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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 May 1896

?nbg /IbeWum jFot HU Hbvertiecrs IDesirfno Coloreb peoples' TErabe. Circulation <Buarantcco\ Special ?uotatiotis 7*Hpon Xar<je Bovcrtiscmcnt** )?x>erv Colored/lian Sboulbtfmve Zbis 3ournal in Ibis Ibome. ?Jenna Itt Hovancc: $1.50 Ocr ?car. Sent to an? part of Tflnftco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. ai. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896, PRICE, 5 CENTS. POKEY NOT GUILTY. The Prosecution Breaks Down. THE PRISONER SECURES HER LIBERTY Hurried by Her Lawyer to Richmond Mow here?A Tragic Ending of tbe Oaae GB AMD OVATION AT THE THAIN Viai** the Planet Office ?Joy Unrc atrained?Poor Aunt Mary Ex-Judge A. D. Watkins. Common? wealth'* Attorney of Tri nee Edward County on Tuesday April ">. IN9& arose in the County Court at Karinville. Vu. and after having declared that UaS GOSS* monwealth had utterly failed to make out its ease against Pokey Ran terinl a nolle proseipii. the judge pre? siding consenting to the sam" and the prisoner was diseharged from custody This wa...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 May 1896

FuMlsb*d every Saturday by John Ml Jr.. proprietor, at Ml E. li road s>t . Kicliuiond. Va., ?111. ? !.. JU.. 1. Jr.. iM reach ) 1. ? ADVERTISING K \ | rtion... ig mid truiiMfiit nelie*-.-. i?*'r line. - HIGH! Tn* 1 weekly. 1 tluTi ; Ht f t. *?r a n '? MOP.*' of I Uer. 11? OKI Uk?.i- ir ? Money Order Poet - not within your reach ymir I . r the letter yon wish '?>, send us on payment ol lea Then, LI stolen, it can bc -?nd money in t Ii ls inannerat our risk. Mo for money - r way than ont* of Um four wars ii-.. bove. If you send your mon ey in any other way, yon mast do u at your va is. otc?If you do not want ls* i tor another year after your sul? jrou then notify us by nue it. Th( who do ' i lt llMS bl ? np So date when tbrj order the paper tinued. OM :?When writing to us intlnuo your ps ? Cannot lind your ? In order to change -.ni the former aa ? it address. rod tn tito i .t Bichmood, Va. as secoud class mutter. SATURDAY, - MAY 9,1896. Prosperity will come to U8 bye and bye. Co...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 May 1896

tat ?'?I w i ll. SATl'KPAY. MAY 9, 1 WASHINGTON LETTER LOOKS LIKU flCKINLEV Senate Diminishes Int Number of Batte-Sh ps Ullina1.1 arries tin Elet t< i in i Vi tte <>t (ht n ' ur <> lina in tl is I ??>/ t'mket? HASTENING AN ADJOURNMENT WaSMISOTOM, 1) i \|rty lill White nothir alu ia politics until acconipl - -ion ia well nigh general in Coi (tough ?i few ri mini! othercaudidates will not publicij. say as much that t ;..\ t.cKinlej avail be iiom itia ed rm- President hy the St I. uis convention. The original McKinley gum express confidence that no ballot aril] be taken. bot that' he nomination will be matte by acclamation. DI coarse it is posaibls that something may occur that will change mattera, ntul it is largely upon that something that she opponents of Got. McKinley ate now banking,but from the 1 tainabie information in Washington it - St this lime ns if .\ e?K in.'ey is litmnd to win. 6ENATK ami BOOBS "o ntSAOKSJB. Members of the Honan ure di to resent the ad i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 May 1896

k ry tl t-at ern one SATURDAY, M W ?, 1886. PREJUDICE THERE iTNI Kl) FROM LAST WEEK I Fakmyillk, V v . April M, '90. Court noop vened at 0 o'clock. Mary Abernathy was brought in by Jailer Matthews and took BOC seat in the rear of the able attorney employed inlier defense. After the usual preliminary arrangements. Mary Abernathy was placeU on the stand, the cros?-exami nation being conducted by Mr. South? all She said: "The day Mrs. Pol'ard was killed Wilson sent BBS over BO Mr. Pollard's when the bell rung. 1 don't know what time this was. Mary Barnes waa the first person I saw there. Wheal linet her 1 said, 'Good morning.'"' A I'EITLIAE IMSISiUATIO.V "Where is Mary Barties now?'* asked Mr. Southall. "in the penitentiary." "Do you know why she ia in the pen? itentiary?" *T don't know, sir. We were taken out of the Lunenburg jail and carried to Petersburg, and afterwards we were taken to Kiehmond." Mr. Flournoy objected to this dence, and the court excluded the tes? timony. The witne...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 May 1896

TCbe ?nbg /Tbebium fox HU Hbvertisers Besfring Coloreb peoples' TErabe* Circulation Ouarantcc^ Special flotations TOpon* Taree Bovcrttsemcnte. Colored/Ran Sboulb Thnvc TLbis Journal in 1)18 Ihome. ?Terms in H&vancc: $1.50 per upcar. Sent to an*? part of tanttco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. 22. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. MAY. 16. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. "GIVE CREDIT TO WHOM TIS DUE" [Dedicated to John Mitchell, Jr , in his efforts for the "Lunenburg Pris? oner- '" One struggles oft within this life To uo. what he thinks is ht fl Though oppositions great and strong His pathway have possessed. 'Tis well io say go on my boy. A crown in the end awaits you ; But in this life, one likes to get The credit he knows is due Borne toil along from morn till night With naught in mind tint pay : Others work with BO incentive, save ' f That Hight mny have fair play. ' The first but gets his hard earned mite. And a little pleasure too ; While he that toils with motives higher, Gets seldom e...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 May 1896

ur ?jaV; ? nut^y . . SATURD W 10, | that ? ? i INSANE PREJUDICE ojtin l.unetiburg in error, blind fury they con v, Pokey and u Jury a ith sh* e has abundant!*, eonc^ibiuns. Prejudice aad race hat? ch are ai. 'Kkkkai.i. hall the able attorneys ll.W d knowledge to tho be wrong might not be v and id to-day be >inging d upon it nit on the i bora." nd fair-play. I lie that which fosters our warfare -t the brut blood He inhumanity f, but this made. . t care other : id. ni of the linn, f the doctrine of the ho . lue and 1 will . ? i'iSapparein. The --a of thc stat.' of the ment and this shoadd be done unhampered by the in ? of local parties impregnated with b red onward by hatred. What could ? rig Poke r ho is now n to be . ? What satis l>oor Aunt Marv .hy, who is equally guilt ll But it wont he always* M. ns. We will lways have to expend time and ?y rn order I .(led us justice which shoirrd come to us for Plain emphatic, h in clarion ton law niu l.ym MA.KT .ABERNATY. ' iable ny uan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 May 1896

sud c ) waa v |looed ' er's* I Krui 1 it to AM ry w heall theil towt SATURDAY, MAY 16, 189*. PREJUDICE THERE PROM LAftl WBEK ) POKEY NOT GUILTY. The Prosecuiion Breaks al nnil len : li a vi pou Tl thei b-ii mn* DUI T and eyt ? rt;. Down. in.. .titi THE PRISONER SECURES HER LIBERTY. Hurried by Her Lawyer to Richwoud Now here -A Tragic Ending of tbe Oaae GRAND OVATION AT THE TRAIN. Viaits tbe Planet Office ?Joy Unre? al rained?Poor Aunt Mary "In the tir?-t pince, whs obeying th?* orders of Major Derbyshire, .-inti in ts* second, Major Derbvui ire told m. that Mr. T. C Fowlke* had aaid abai Klen Gale could t?? 1 something that would prove an alibi for Pokey if she was fix? ed. " the JUDOS DSOIM The judge decided that the witneea might be allowed lo make the follow? ing answer lo this question : ?'1 took tlie statement down benanee Major Derbyshire ordered" me ,to, and because of what he told mi'." The jury waa then brought back, and after Mr. Cardora had made the an? swer record e 1 ab...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 May 1896

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1896. FROM PHILADELPHIA. May IO, 1896. Augustus Burl of Ambler, Fa., de? parted this life on Tuesday morning. May the 5th at 2 o'clock a. m. He was burn September 25, 1849 and was near? ing his forty* seven th year. Ile leaves an aged mother, two brothers, a wife, two daughters and a host of friends to in >urn their lost. Ile was also one of the founders of Ambler Lodge, 2993, and was h good worker and a highly esteemed Odd Fe low. Rev. D. ki. Lee officiated, as? sisted by Rev. J. W Gibson, Rev. Di. H. L. Wayland and others. The Odd Fel? lows made a fine appearance, about seventy-live being in line. Many prominent Odd Fellows from the city ra present, among them were ex-D M. .1. A., Howard E. Ford; R. Adams Holland, Merijo Craig and too many others to mention. Ex-D. G. M., Charles If. Nicholas neted N. G.; D. G. John E. Morris. YO. P. N. F..J.L. Wallace administered the last aad rites of the order. The ceremonies were very impressive, and W. L Un? derwood as mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 May 1896

^Tbe ?nlv dlbcoium Ca* jfor HU Hbvcvtiscrs IDcstrtno Colorcb peoples' TTrabe Circulation (Suarantcci}, Special Quotations XXvon Xaroe advertisements. Ev>er? Colored /Ran Sboulo tfmvc TTbte 3ournal in Ibis Borne. Germs in Bovancc: $1.50 per jpcar. Sent to an? part of Tflnltco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. 23. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MAY 23. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. AUNT MARY'S CASE. Counsel flaking Strenu? ous Efforts to Save Her. IN J ML AT LYNCHBURG. Pf'KEY /. \ \i si li aSDER More About The Alleged Pollard Brace? lets IIl-R S STER'S RELEASED. Neariuir, the Eud ?David James Thomp? son'* Suit. ASKS FOR $10,000 DAMAGES WILL HE GET IT? Hon. George. i>. Wise, si Twlge IT W. Flournoj mid Capt A. B.Ouiajon hu vt* bflflJOB work <>n the case of Mary Abernathy The copy of the court re? cord is now being prepared and the ex? cept ion*, upon which lb* appeal is based will soon bc resits to bc presented to Judge Coleman <>| Jie Circuit Court. Should he refuse to grant ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 May 1896

Published every Saturday by John Mitchell, Jr., proprietor, at S14 K. Broad St..Richmond, Va., ?PHONE flflS. JOHN M1TC1IKLL. JR., . . Kditor. AU communications Intended forpubllcatlon roust bo sent U? the editor. John Mitchell, Jr.. 814 East Broad Street aud should reach him by Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Cony, one year,.~..tl.&o On.? Copy,eight months,. 1.00 One Copy, six months. J30 Oac ropy, tour months..CO One Copy, three months,.40 bingle Copy.-.Ob ADVERTISING RATES. Bar on* Inch, one lmertlon..J 60 A*of one Inch each sulitMMjuent Insertion... *> (?jr two Inchest, threo months,. (Ino or two inches, six months. Mon For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two li<< tha. aooo Marriage snd funeral n . 50 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 F03TAOE STAMPS OF A HKNoM I NATION HIGHER RUM TWO CENTS NOT KKC K.IVEH ON SUBSCRUTI' Tm BPI anet ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ts tl.50 a year, in advance. There are yoma ways hy which money can be sent by mal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 May 1896

SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1806. WASHINGTONLETTER is it to be mckinley OR REED? Would Either Take Sec? ond Place ? i Uh it iii Eli SIDE s.\ }> ( LEVEL AND. 1 he Minority Rules in the Senate. (From Our Regular t\ rresrondont > \Y ishim; rOSt, \'n\ 18, If 8peaker Recd would abids bj lbs BBSS of tlif rank ami tile of lii?? friends and admirers, ht* would I tia* second place on th tobi imminat' d al Bt. Louis, if hs cannot got thi- Brat pa is, and (Jot. McKinlej BBB BO DOBBS) very tu ur to having a iiior'gags OD that In !;im. there lu-no doubt that tbs combination of those two Barnes on the ticket would give satisfaction tu more tvpubli than any other that could be made, and aside from those who have personal BUS BOSH tor wishing one or the ol h them to head the ticket, it is pro! <lmt Be ed and McKinlej avould bi equally a> satisfactory ns M kinley and Reed. Whatever maj be Ihi' lela lions existing letsvi of their individual friends. Speaker Ri ? I and Got. McKinlej, although for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 May 1896

SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1896. CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE saw Vanny, his wife, who acted as if she whs frightened and worried at my \ i>it. Bhe gave me the soap. I went there again that day. \ IUKOI.K ON TUB IUD. There was a bundle on the bed, und 1 opened it. lt contained a soft hat, cloth shirt, coat and vest, cloth, and a Eair of gold (they looked like gold) raeelets. Th.- brm-, lets were kail round, about three-eights of an inch thick, or wide, mid plain with ordinary catches, and no chain. Fanny said she was getting reiady to go home, and that she got these bracelets at the time of her marriage. Solomon kept watching at the door. 1 did not tell Cora Hargrow that 1 saw Fanny Mara? tala with thc bracelets in a work-bas? ket. Rosa Barnes: 1 recollect that Chas Hayes said that I told him 1 would give him some ol the Pollard money if he would marry ni". 1 never saw any ol Pollard's money, and know nothing about it. 1 di?l not tell George Hayes or Charles Turner anything about knowing whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 May 1896

XTbe ?nbg /Tftebium f or HU Hbvcrtteers IDesfrfno Coloreb peoples' XIrabe Circulation (SuarantccD, Special Quotations TLlpon Xaroc advertisements. J?v>en> Colored Zikan Sboulb Ibave Ubfe Journal in IFMs Ifoomc. Ucrtn. In Seance: $1.50 per tj?ear. Sent to anp part ofUlnttco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XII. NO. 24. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, MAY 30. 1896. TRICE, 5 CENTS. A BRUTAL MURDER. BARNEY PERKY HEETS HIS DEATH. Two White Hen the Gui. ty Parties. A JURY'S PEOULIAB VEKDIOT. Much Excitement. The brutal mu ni er of Harney Perry. Friday night, Ma 22nd on Mayo'** Bridge by what seems now to be two white men has attracted wide spread attention. lt appears that an attempt is being niade to "hush" the matter up and to place the killing among the list of accidents How a coroner's jury with County Coroner Leftwich presiding could come lo the conclusion that Bar? ney Ferry (colored ) died from unknown causes when witnesses testified that he was thrown over the bridge by two white men a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 May 1896

Fubli8h?vl PTcry Sate ? Jr., praf>rte< Va., ?pit i All aoaan-unlo*tlnns Int** Tl ; - AI > \ * M ?i... 26 Foi tv o Fur m 1 >sWri Standing nu OF I ' ? BIOBKB PH \n TW< IH El tion ; Ord< Mom J rhen noni* nf the_e can 1? prooured, tn fit your I l'li.-' saf<- nrri\ tal ni the Lan. Fm r. ? ooB_***ai*ni * i) Rkoisterti. Lkttxk.?Ifs Money ot Office ot you traced. Vdu eau lend money in thia our risk. Wa <? lott' n way* mentioned above. If y. rmon ejVin i.ny otlii-r way. yon altai own risk. Kknfh ai s.-tc?If yen do not want tl ET continued tor no ?erlptlon bas run out, you thi - r.ii Caul to dlscontl UU? it. der* I?ot ord. al ion of i held Ital up to dat* when they order th.' paper >?? tinued. COMMUKICATIOM *?When vrrttlna, lo renew yonr subscription or to il yonr paper, you should give your anani M(1dn.'KM ill full, ot Iii nunn on our 1" ? In order to Ute nilli! ? :i t tlu former a_i well *? the ] Bau ? ' .1. Vs. ml class matter. SATURDAY, - MAY 30,1896 *-"?""*_ To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 May 1896

SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1896. MARY ABERNATHY'S APPEAL (Bf <> IL Steward.) Good people bavrk! J p**sj jrotj gtss nii.ni tn mv say : If innocent, why. Iel me liv,*. Ami gro*- injustice stay. For mercy 1 disdain ru plead. Btise my hands arr clean, m j life uni conduct prithee read, You'll tiud naught in then mean. l'vt* in arid out before yon goos, I vi- limit* \\ hat K?>t il I COU id Upon my kindness oft you've drawn. Whene'er you deen.*-d lt soot) And from tin* lin?tom ol my heart Ii*il you in unod raith. My OOBfaftieDOS searched, gives me BO rt* me it layeth. Bum mooed by the dread alarm, Ity th' couch a" night I staid. Not dreaming aught 1 did was harm, Whit* hy ths des*. I prayed. ? uded her, that p.hu* dead wife, Whom others caused to die. And DOW, Ol God! Urey seek my life. And for DD] blood they cry. If poof Miss I.nev .lime had breathed. Till * her blood had shed ny pain to lier bequestlied. She lind liol now been dead. I stnirr my hands with human gore! 1 scorn tM very tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 May 1896

SATURDAY, MW 30, 1896. WEST END NOTES. WOMAN'S SfcLF-DE STRUCTION With Rough on Rats. A WHOLE FAMILY GONE NORTH. Great Interest in Religious Serviees?A Grwat Feast for the People?Old Folks Home?Short Sermons Needed. rnl families have removed from this section to ihe north looking for work. Nearly one hundred young and old persons hu\e gone because they eannot get sufficient work, to properly BUStnio themselves. TJiese .itt some of the result* ot tlu !??-!/alitJ of the democratic party to grapple with th-* linance and keep alive the business interest of the country. Frienda, tanf* God and wait for McKinley anU business is on tlie boom, and will soon be installed to the great blessing ot thi- entire country. Great interest is being taken in re? ligious work. Kevival meetings are on the increase. Many conversions, muong both young and old, but tbe young seem myro interested than the Old. Why is it that the old peopll nt home." While tnere is large at? tendance at the churches, the coll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 June 1896

Hbe ?nlv ASebtum jFov HU Hbvcrtiscre -Desiring Colovcb peoples' tirade Circulation Guaranteed Special Quotations IHpon Xaroc Hfcvcrtiscmcnts. JEvcrv Colore6/K>an Sboulb Ibavc XTbfs Journal in Ibis tome. Serins tn Hovance: $1.50 per pear. Sent to an? part of Tanttccr States? ant- (lanaba. VOL. XII. NO. 26. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. JUNE 6. 1896. TRICE, 5 CENTS. LYNCHBURG JAIL. Editor Mitchell Visits Ihcl Prisoners MARY ABERNATHY'S Fill/ T1 } CONDITION. SHH W hi PS OVkR ht! JVUSI h>\ MAKABLE KHPEA1S lils STATEMENT DECLARES AUNT iM A EY INNOCJ Will Spnk from Uri Gallows On Kinlay morning, Maj 28th, Kdi? tor Mitchell t>r ;rni. il tl.*- I . & () trnrir tor Lynchburg* Prof. .i E, Jones, D. lr , w H*- ea roust* t * ihe mme ol At Lj neb borg, lt* mel Mr. (Jeor^i* W. Km KU of U'ciir: omi. lo v A Chis? holm. 1> D.,ol Lied ford City, Re* P. I". Morris, I> D., pastor of the Court st. Baptist Church m Ly neb burs pnd Prof. G. W 11 >iy**s, preside tri of the Virginia Sem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 June 1896

Published e-ery Saturday by John Mitchell Jr., prouse tor, at 1514 E. Broad St.. Riehnioud. Va., THONK toft. JOHN MITCHKLL. JR.. - - Korro*. All communication*) Intended forpubllcaUon munt be sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr., ?14 East Broad Street and should reach bim by Wwlu.'S.I?V. TKRMS IN ADVANCE. One Copy, one year...$1.60 One Copy.elKbt months,. 1.00 One Copy, six months.?. JW One Copy, four months,.?.. .60 One Cony, three months,.40 Single Copy.-. ADVERTISING SATES. For one Inch, one Insertion. fj 60 For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... 36 For two Inches, three months,.~_.. 6 00 For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine mon tl;*. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. -DOO Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per Uno. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CK NTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. luiri.rrtT la Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ts 11.50 a year,In advance. There are rous wtra by which money can be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 June 1896

rURDAY, JIM-: 6. L896 WASHINGTON LETTER klVtR WP HARBOR HILL VETOED ncmorial Day Among the Officials. ANOTHER MONUMENT. A La iM' Deficit. I From our Regular Costospondon t] v* asbibcnosf, D. 0 . June 1. Jfc90. Whilr* no republican in ? on^ress conti rids tlittt Ure Uiver sud Harbor Bill winch Mr.< le velar, d baa vetoed and which will this week almost cert- inly h.* passed over Iii* vrt i is ? per feel measure, or that any previous bill of it*? kind was. every republican In both brunches of Pony eas will tote to puss the bill over the veto, because 1 hey be lieve lt is. Utken tis a whole, a good rmasure and lhat the improvements provided for will mostly, if not all. Ik* Koi*d commercial investments. The bill is iir line witJt tire sy teni of internal improvements which tba republican part* has always Pos tared and believed in. Besides tin-;.!' BS tlie failure of the bil) to be come a lau would result in lame loss? es by nason of t In* stoppage of many important improvement now un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 6 June 1896

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, GETTYSBURG. Tor The Ti. vNBT. j vj saci I) gory field ! Win re treason's oruabed and brok? en sh ie d, Hefore the right which could not ?ld, tit down subdued forever. Here blood of brothers like th< Went rushing down the mountain sid Here Northern brave men nobly died That a nation might not sever. No greater battle 'neath th* MM . greater viet'ry ever won. Here brothers' blood did mingled run In one great crimson river. Columbia aye shall proudly tell, How bravely horse and hero fell How gallantly they rode and well Shall be sung on forever. taiaaippi flushed with pride, ?t Pennsylvania's deadly tide; Asd Georgia'* rash and gallant ride. Was checked by New York's e airy ; Here Alabama's rebel yell, Rang through the valleys down to hell, Bit Maine's decisive shot and shell Cut short the dreadful revelry. ' Tis morn : again the word i* given ' The prancing steeds to battle driv? en. Rush with their riders up to Heaven. Then droop upon the rein The bugle calls-Lef...

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