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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 April 1896

EYERY COLORED MAN Should Havt this* Jour? nal In His MorrH*;. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to Ihe Wishes of this Lar^e Laboring Class of the South. ?a^Trrms m -??iv;*?ir-*? : SI Ml per vrar Sent to n?v T?.**rt ul Uhr I'ni ted States nv C? without additional char-re. r\raw^'^/&^/t\v&sw&9/h the mi MEDIUM For Advert! se rs Desi ring Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Oar Circulation Guaran? teed ?Britta the Favorite Meant oi Communication between ike BUSINESS MAN and tbe Con -Thone 98ft. 'fc/'tV^^'aVtVa^'tVeVt/vtyt, VOL. XII. NO. 16. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. AGAIN VISITED. EDITOR JNO. HITCHELL MAKES A HURRIED TRIP TO FARM? VILLE. The Women Are Cheerful Marable Aa of Yore. INSISTS THAT THE WOMEN ARE IN? NOCENT. A Pitiable Condi'ion. FiBMViLLB, Va., March 27, '96. Editor John Mitchell, Jr., arrived hereat 12:85 P.M. today He went to the Farmville Steam Laundry where h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 April 1896

Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va., 'Phone 935. W of V phil J the Sall E raoi ti rs had giv JOH* MITCHELL. J BU All co-amaakjatioa* lataaded tor pabUaaatoa watt be Mat to tb* ?ditor, Joha Mitchell. Jr.. 814 Baa* Broad DM*** aaa asoaM raach ala by WtdBMd.T. TBBM8 IH ADVANCE. Om Copy, oa? y*ar.....tl SS Oas Copy, eight moatha..?^??? 1. Oaa Copy. alx moatha......._-. .SO Oma Copy, tour monti--.._?.. .BS Oa* Copy, tara* moatba,_..-, .SS Ha Copy ADVERTISING BAT BB. ror oaa laen, oaa InaerUou..?..f SS **?? ona Inch, each aabaeqoaat taaarttoa... 3R Wo* two Inch**, tbraa moatba-..-~ S SO ?v?r two lacbaa. alx montha-..?., .? 10 00 Por two Inch**, nina montha._. 14 00 Por two Inchaa. tw-J-? montha__-.-_-. SS SO Warring* aad funeral notice*._. SS Bbaad-BB aad trana! at aontoao par Una.?. 10 1 To da; or 1 cri soi th. be ex Postage Stamps of a deno-Blnatloa higher thaa two cents aot received ea sa two rf pti OBS. dt Twa furn la taaa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 April 1896

SATURDAY, - APRIL 1. 1896 Third of April, (Br 0 M. Stkwabo.) Third of April! thy returning, glnd wi greet, Uall^w'd mem'ries with thee bring bliss complete ; For, wJieu thoa dispelled the darknesi ?sixty-five, We inhale the air of freedom, si ??live. Our foe** H'd forth by every path, ? shuatca'd by Jehovah's wrath. In thy light, 0! day of gladness, wc re j" lu mir God mid great IVliverer, al whose voice, From our shackled limbs the hatetl fetters fell I And caused our hearts with grati? tude to swell, W* Jmil this day with j?>y untold. And psis** it more than gills of gold. As of J ore, tit. Jacob when set free. From their long Egyptian bondage, so WiL we Kver sacred keep this great and hon? ored day. Which saw when our reproach was swept away ; And when we are dead and in our graves. Our sons shall sing?there are no slaves ! WASHINGTON LETTER SPEAKER REED'S Kfc VOLT McKinley and Iced in the Race. PRESIDENTIAL PODSIBILITIES SEO. HOKE SMITH "IN IT" (From Our Regular Corre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 April 1896

SATURDAY, - APRIL ?*, 1806. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. They Listen to an Anniversary Sermon. The Knights of Pythias of this city turned out in large numbers Sunday, Mareh 39th to attend the Third M B Chureh where an excellent ser? mon was delivered at 8 p. m. by Rev. A. S. Thomas, pastor of the Sharon Baptist 1 hurch. Prayer was offered by Kev. W. R. ("ullina, after which Rev Thomas gave an interesting history of the Order and dwelt upon the reign of Dionysius, the tyrant. He told of Py? thias' love for Damon and held the large audience spell-bound by his lik? ening the same to that ot Christ. Prayer by President Gregory W. Hayes. A collection of $18 34 was lifted. Rev. Gulling sang several of his soul stirring revival hymns. The Sir Knights tiled out, the lines were formed under the direction of Col W ll Johnson. Eureka Division, No. 1 and Planet Division, No. 8 were under the command of Sir Knight Cap? tain lt. G. Kieliardson and Sir Knight Captain Thomas M. Crump of the lat? ter div ist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 April 1896

EYERY COLORED MAN Should Have this Jour iwil In HU Home. Every White Han Should be ful? ly Posted as to the Wishes of this Large Laboring Class of the South. S?~T?rm* in advance : $1 .GO per year. Sent to any part of the United States or Canad? without additional charge. THE ONLY MEDIUM For Ad verUsers Desi ri ng Colored People's Trade. Special Quotations upon Large Advertisements. Our Circulation Guaran? teed ??Tit is the Favorite Means ot Communication between the BUSINESS MAN and the Con? sumer. 'Phone 935. VOL. XII. NO. 17. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRIL ll, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. METHODISTS MEET. Bishop Gaines Presides. A LAIGE A17ENPAME. Able Discourse*?Committees Appointed The Thirtieth Annual Session of the Virginia Annual Conference of tne A. M. ? Church was begun Wednesday, April 8th at the Third St. A. M. E. Church, Bishop Wesley J. Gaines, D. D. presiding The devotional exercises were very impressive after which the Bishop de? livered a most excellent annual ad? dres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 April 1896

humi a 8., whol one he t tack W Bro the to y bou gral Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., proprietor, at 814 East Broad Stree-t, Richmond, Va , 'Phone 935. ?OHK MITCHELU JR^ Korra* All rnaimunlcartons Intended for oobltouM n n?wer b? sent to the editor John Mitchell. Jw. SM Ka?* nro?d Street and should reach bin by Wednesdav TERMS Ut A DV A NCR. Oas Copy. oas year.Si .an Obi Copy. eisht nj cathu.. I ?? >>ne Copy, six months.. Oas Copy, four months.. .RO Oas Copy, tars* months,. t<> ?tacts oopy.-. ADVERTISING RATES. ror oas lash, oas Ins ti tl on._.S Mi 'or ons Inch, each subsequent insertion.. For two Inches, three month*. 3 VO For two Inches, six months. For two Inches, nins month* 14 00 For two inches, twelve months. 30 O' Yarri* ne and runera' notices,. Mt anding and transl at notices per lins.... Postage Stamps off a denomination higher than two cents not received oe subscription*. O Bkc one the of'1 enc T n ai we&lt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 April 1896

SATURDAY, - APRIL 4, 1806. WASHINGTON LETTER Harmony Prevails Among the Presidential Aspir? ants. SPEAKER BALD'S RULING. The Cuban Question Nearing a Consum? mation. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, April 6,1896. The republican leaders in Congress are men ul too much experience in such matters to allow IbafltSnaVCJt lo bOQMIMl the tuois of the democrats and to begin lighting each other, instead of the common enemy. They know that the l'ttle hope ttiat dt micrats allow themselves .o indulge in ol ever re? gaining control of this governm* nt again is based entnely upon their abil? ity to stir up dissenting among the Supporters >I the several candidates for the republican presidential nomi? nation Notwithstanding the action and talk ol a few of the over-zealous friends of some of the republican can? didates, your corr spondent has no hesitation whatever in asserting that contest for the nomination will not be allowed either before or during the St. Louis convent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 April 1896

SATURDAY,- APRIL ll, 1896. BLUEFIELD LETTES Public Behool (Hoses?Religious Notes Personal] Items. Editor Planet:?Race interest de? mands us to grasp our pen to appear before the public in your widely known and ably edited paper, which is known and read throughout the length and breadth of this country, once more. Well might we proclaim as the faith? ful servant of God, in the following language, "We mean to continue in the field of battle until the war ia over." The above quotation voices our chief sentiment in the interest of our race and country 4 Wo had the pleasure of visiting our home at Blue Ridge Springs, Va , where we witnessed the closing exer? cises of the public school This little town is better known as the Blue Ridge Summer resort, ia a very beautifully located town. The colored population out number the whites, the former own their homes and have them paid for. They are very much stiried up in the interest of the educational work at that place. Only a few years ago it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 April 1896

?nlv /Ifee&ium jfov HU Hbvcrtiscrs ?calving Colovcb peoples' TErabe. Colored/fcan Sboulb Ibave TTbis Journal In Ibis Ibome. Zetme in Hovanrc: $1.50 f>cr H?car. Sent to an? part of "Ulnttcb States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. IS. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. SATURDAY,- APfcfL IS, 18D6. THE PLANET LABGEB. Owing to the pressing demands made upon our columns, we give our read? ers a large <- journal?a nine column sheet. There will be no increase in the sub? scription price, but this is rather an indirect way of reducing the amount charged. We have won the confidence of the people by never deceiving them, and we arc striving to make the Planet second to no weekly journal in this country. Will you help us in our struggle for ten thousand subscribers? An Appeal to My White Brother. reward.) Aren't thou my brother? Am I not thine? Of one blood, formed by hands divine? Same human nature in each breast, Upofl whose base most acti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 April 1896

lt tr hell, PH' nigli Bi Kini Offlc in fa bra ure mo john I . jr.. bim t>y ..$l."i<i ? ., P?s 1 Ph is j BjSJ chi M'VKK'I J bl) 1 pe a ( 00 ? " Ca le< 'MIN \T1<>\ BIOHSB l II w TWO BSCKIF1 ' ah pe Ll - ? procur wi W 1M - liol \\ I thin your ? r the letter tnt ,>f ten eents. > >'<i can - inner at oat ? srnt in ; one ot 11 I f \? < <u M - a jrottr <>w ii ri?k. ..t wu nt Hi. i r after yo len iM-tif\ Tin eon rta lia\V m ho <t<> ap to .i , tltlU?-<l. COMM I NICATION ? mimic the ail' Entered In bnaond. Vii.. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1896. Wi should be religions, and pray even though the devils aggravate Our people ure being subjected 00 much oppression, lt cannot last for Soutiikrn men are grand whole souled friends and tireless, malignant enemies. We have done what we could for our people whether they fully re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 April 1896

SATURDAY,- APRIL is. 18<JG Chm Man | clait Iwayi divii pac) Tl still hen Re' wit ut in tm WASHINGTONLETTERl'i HR. CLEVELAND ACTS Adjournment of Congress. IMMIGRATION BILLS TO GO OVER ni* th. 001 HU re ed lei 00 sn (From our Regular Correspondent ) WaOMieOTOM, April 13th. 1896 Mr. Cleveland has pa d sufficient-de? fer*, ll BO IO those ( nli.ill resolutions li ask Spain to aceeept the naediation ol abe U ?*. lo negotiating with the Cu han insurgents for peaee ; but, j. inn to em rent gosaip, hedoean*! wish Spain to agree and dorao'l exp 'Ct it Aooording to stories whi*pe*r**a io In? side circles, the tine hai.d of ex-S.vr. - tary Billy Whitney is playing Uaf game for Mr ? leveland. having suc? ceeded in pei Miading him that the on? ly salvation of the democrat ie party lies in working up ft el ing toward a war with Spain. The offer to mediate is made for the purpose of convincing the world that the administration fa? vors a peaceable sell lenient and will only resort to oth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 April 1896

SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1896. Int seen. most brate supn sonic men was i taill Pa oran of tl Flov seen tioi< tion of 1 Lira EX-COHSULW ALLER. ? _ itit? casi A GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF j ^ tar; the ing ? ble 6X1 1 Mh thi Sm Li. am By SPAT UPON BY THE POPULACE, e. (P \v Ko ch |ei pa an Tl Se HIS TREATHENT. The Brutality oft he French. Chained to the Deck of a Steamer. A Oitisen Without a Country?A Dis crraoe to the American Government. London, April 4.?(Copyright, 1896. by She Associated Press.) John L. Wal? ler, formerly United States Consul at Tamative, Island of Madagascar, ar- j Di rived in this city a short time ago after hi8 release at the instance of the Uni? ted States government, from the French prison in which he had been confined under the sentence of twenty years imprisonment for having corres? ponded with the Hovas. WU KEE HE HAS BEEN. He has been living in retirement since arrival, and upon the advice of his agents, who are formulating a claim against the French governmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 April 1896

?nlv /Ibcbium jf or HU Hbvcrtiscrs IDcsirinQ | Colorco peoples' tlrabc. Circulation ?narantcco. Special ?notations Tflpon large j Bovcrtiecincnts. Ev>ctv Wa* Colored /lian Sboulb Hbavc -Ibis Journal in Ibis Ibome. ?Jerme in Hbvancc: $l .50 f>cr l?car. Sent to an? part of Tanitco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. 1H. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. APRIL 25, 1896. PRICE. 5 CENTS. THE BATTLE ON. A Tl RKII IC CLASH OF LEGAL TALENT Mary Abernaly's Trial Well Under way. MANY INTERESTING POINTS BROUGHT OUT. The Cross Eraminatioii of "Witneeases by Counsel for Defetce vtry Interesting Fakmyii i a* Va , A pr il SM). Tho trial ol Marj A)*-mm hy charged with the murder ot Mrs Lucy Pollard began tc-day. Hie i"iurt-MOm was packed to uti- cation l?y ti surging msssof humaninj Thc prisoners had elected Ul bo tii?d separately and Aunt Maty Al? - nasti TfBl gone into Ural lilli- WBSB great desire B0 seethe famous kaw*ors for the women. Tiley had won suoh Signal victories and tlie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 April 1896

UtUs Published every Saturday br John Mitchell. Jr., proprietor, at ?14 K. Broad $L,RlchinoD*o, Va.. 'PHONE SK. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., Banana, AU communications Intended lorpubllcetlon maost be sent to the editor, John Mitchell. Jr., SM East Broad Street and should reach him by Wednesday. TEEMS IN ADVANCE. Oae Copy, one year,.?-.J1A0 One Copy,eight months,. LO) One Copy, six months,._.?. J? One Copy, four months._.-.-.-.- .60 One Copy, three months,..JO Bingle Copy,_.?.OS ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one insertion. t **0 For one lache ash sub?quant insertloa... %b For two inches, three months.. S 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine mar.tbs.._. 1* 00 For two Inches, twelve months.S) SO Marriage-<id lunerai notices.. 60 Bunding and transient noUoes per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. Thb Planet ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price Inf 1.60 a year.In advance. There are roes wats by whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 April 1896

Pl I 14? SS SATURDAY,- APR'L 25, 1896. MAGNO'S MESSAGE. JA.OX80N WARD BREVITIES 8unday at tbe Churches- Revival Meet? ings-What We Bee aad Hear While Going Through the Ward In lunck midd men, coats t#?r? help theil seen ?lift* and W tors eu p whi thei ask* wai tlin dial of BtO( toa pax Last Purni av was one of the hottest days we have bad this year, although the churches were well attended. We are aurry to say that many others gave over tu their lazy and tired feeling, and laid in thc shade around their homes all day At the Moore St Church, Rev R. O Johnson, preached an eh quent sermon in which he urged the christians to have their hearts tel aright, and call jed un the sinners to seek Christ while tl is day. tie is carrying ona revival meeting. There will be baptizing at the Moore St Church on next Sunda; morning Communion services were held at the Ebenezer Baptist on last Sunday evening Tbe basement of the church was well rilled Rev. J. Andre ? Bowler very accepta? bly filled the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 April 1896

JH e\ei li uni *4 loo hal no SAITKD.W.- APRIL 23, I lIMKliKKoM FIRST PAGE _ on in ht* must ring the bell if be needed h ?Hurd left wi out in the garden whh Mary Barnes to do some work. About three o'clock, he went back t > tbe bones after BOSS*, asians to replant with. While there be rung the bell for 1 - - 1 went beek to the garden," wit kontinued, "1 keerd tonie talking out there, and looking through tbs palling* I saw it was Mary Abernathy talking to Mary Barnes. 1 said,"What it* up,' to which Mary Abernathy re? plied that V\ ilson had heard the bell ring and sent her over to see what was up. 1 replied, 'Von know that ring was not for him; his ring is four si SM THE Ml'RDKR. The witness then went on to describe his wife's return and how he hs Mary Abernathy down to the spring for a bucket of water, and made Marj Barnes bring in some stove wood for , his wife, wink1 hs was fixing his plow He then left for the Held, telling Mary Jl Barnes to follow him, which she did, ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 May 1896

I tlbe ?nlv /Hbebtum jfor HU Hbvcrtiscvs Dcsirino Colorcb peoples' TIrabe* Circulation Guarantee^ Special Quotations THpon Xaroc Hfcvcrtiscmcnto. VOL. XII. NO. '20, Colored ilban Sboulb Ifoavc Zbis Journal in Ibis 1F)ome. *Icriii0 in Hovancc: $1.50 per l?car. ?Cnt to an? part of tlnftco States ano Canaoa. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 2. 18%. PRICE, 5 CENTS. CONVICTED HER. ? TOO HUCH PREJUDICE TO SECURE A NEW TRIAL T11F FOOR WOMEN'S WOES. Evidence Not Considered THE JURORS HAD MADE UP THEIR MIKD8* THE CASE TO GO VV ON ITS MERITS. The Supreme Court Judges To Say A Tedious Fight Ahead NO CONVICTION CAN STAND ??\ THE EVIDENCE \l?l?l"? L! I> Messrs- Wise, Flouniov ard Gnieron Determined. Able Argument. Tbe Oase in Detail Mary Abernathy, although innoccnl and proven to be, was convicted of nmnler in tin* first degree in the Prince Edward i'umny Court al l'jirinville. Virginia. Monday, \pril 27th. I>> ? iurv composed exclusively <&gt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 May 1896

mw Published every Saturday by John Mitchell, Jr.. proprietor, at eli ?. Broad St., Klchmou-e , Va., THONE SIS. JOHN MITCHELL. JR., . . EDITOa. AH communications Intended forpubllcatlon must be sent to th* editor, John Mitchell, Jr.. 814 East Broad Street aud should reach him by Waasaasdav. TERMS LN APVANCK. One Copy, one ye.-. ....$]..'** <;>y. eight month*. . 1.00 ?ny, six nionths. .50 ?ny. three months,.40 Bingle Copy._.06 ADVERT1SIM .$ 6o each subsequent Insertion... 'if. ... 6 0t) Forfraro . inoe For two inches, nine m..i ?'- . uno For two . aooo MarrlaKe ned funeral n Standing and transient notices per line. lo ? M I NATION HKiHKRTHAN TWO - RKCKIVKD OM SUBSCRIPT I Thb Ti. a vet ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls 11.50 a year. In advance. Th* re art- roCB ways by which monev can bo mall at our risk?In a Tost (Mite Hooey Order; by Bank Cheek or. Pratt, or an i Money Order, and when none of these can be procured, in a Regis... red Letter. Monet Or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 May 1896

SATURDAY, MW 2, li PREJUDICE THERE The Trial of the Lunen burg Prisoners. Bo he wai ti ni ant lift am to i (tal sai he Ull ntl ar I be ni NO EVIDENCE TO SUS TAIN A CONVICTION Tbe Proceedings in I'ct ml rn W COUNSEL FOR DEFENCE ACTIVE A Remarkable Case With A Remarkable Ending Kvkmyii i s. V * . April 83, '90 lt wu*, late in the afternoon before ti.e proceedings in lhe third day of the trial Of Mary Abernathy. The examination ol" Philip Watson aras oom plated this afternoon, as was also timi of H. ft* White, of Ltinen borg, tn entirely near witness. Noth? ing startling, however, was obtaimd from this witness. In fact, the admis? sion of the testimony of Lula Knight Atternathy is the only thing so far hat would stand against the prisoner. ? MT illt.ON VKKIVEB. Captain A B Guigon reached Farm-' ville tu-day. but hus taken no active part ii) the proceedings as yd. Judge < rute returned at4:08 from Redford City, mid hurried at once to the court? house tie reports that his son ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 May 1896

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 180G. PREJUDICE THERE. riXUEP FROM THIRD PAGE.) Pollard's the night of themurde "Can't tell, there were a he-. I of them." "You were discharged Monday even ing about sun down? Who discharged you "Mr. Clements.'' THB MAGISTRATE'S EXAMINATION. "Was there an examination?" "Yes, sir."' "Who was the magistrate?" The witness did not seem clear in her mind as to what a magistrate waa he said that Mr. Eubank asked ques? tions, and some other gentlemen, she hought Mr. Eubank was the magis rate. "How many .children have you liv? ing Mary?" asked Captain Guigon. "Nine living, and nix dead, my last baby waa born New Year's day." "Mary," said .Tudge Flournoy, im pressively.'T want you to say plainly to the jury, whether you had anything to do with the murder of Mrs. Pol? lard?" NB NOT KILL MB8. POLLARD. "No, air; no, sir." replied Mary vehe? mently. "I don't know nothing about it. and I did not have anything to do with it; and," she continued, "1 never saw a cent of money in Sol...

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