ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Richmond Planet Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,599 items from Richmond Planet, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,599 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 July 1896

XLbc ?nlv /Hbe&ium Ca* fox HU Hbvcrtiscvs ?ceitino Colorcfc peoples' Utabe Circulation (Suarantcc^ Special Quotations TUpon Xaroe Hfcvcrttecmcnt.5. Colored /lian Sboulo t>ave TEbfs Journal in Ibis abome. ?Xcrtno in Hfcvancc: $1.50 per fear. Sent to an? part of lantteo States ano danaOa. VOL. XII. NO. 31. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 18. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. LAST OF MARABLE. HIS WIFE WRITES. What Will be Done With His Final Statement. THE END OF A NOT ll Eli CHA MER IA A CELE? BRATED CASE. Maty A hereat hy's (use to Come ufi Next, We were disappointed, not being altin to present in this issue the full lino of drawings as originally intended. However, vre present Solomon Mara? ble as he appeared from time to tim* and beta he looked just previous lo tht great struggle for the possession or hil remains. TIlirtCTl'RIOF HEATH. The picture last taken represent! him lying on a couch in the lower roon of tlie Jail. Here the male prisoner are usually confined It ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 July 1896

r*nhrlshed rrery Saturday by Join Mltshell Jr.,?roprletor. at 814 K. Broad St., Richmond. Va, ?phonk sat. JOHN MITCHELL,, JR.. - Eqitob. Ail eonimnaleatlona intended forpubllcatlon ?.oat be seat to tbe eCltor. John Mitchell. Jr., Blt Ea-t Broad Street aud should reach him by Wednesday. '- " TXRM8 IN ADVANCE. Ose Copy, one year,._.$1.80 One Copy,eight months,. 1.00 One Coi*/, six month*,.. .SO One Copy, four months,.60 One Copy, three montha.?.40 Bingle Copy.-.06 ADVKRTI8ING RATES. For os* Inch, one insertion.->-_.| 60 For mt* Inch each subsequent 'nsertlon... afc For two Inches, th ree months,..??-?r SOO Eor two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inda**, nine months. 14 OS For two tnerte*, twelre months.:....... SO 00 d funeral notice*,. 60 asg-S SK' d transient notices per line. M FO0TAOB STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. ? ? _* ? " ?"?thbPlamst ls Issued weekly. Tbe subacrip ttsa prloe IsSl.tO a year, la ad ra nee. There are roc...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 July 1896

1 SATURDAY,JULY ls ism WASHINGTONLETTER SILVER AND GOLD. Republicans Hay Rejoice Over the Result of the Chicago Conven? tion. i From Our Regular Correspondent.) \V \suinuton,.Tuly 13, 1896. Republicans do not teel that thej have any kick coming to them because the Chicago convention adopted an a"archi*t-pop-a-i*opulist, to heall their ticket On the contrary, they are delighted with both ticket ami platform. liotli of which have al? ready dom* etlicient work for McKin? ley and Hobart. When you say that Bryan is a natural born orator, you say about all that can be said in his favor. During the two terms he tarttd in the House, he demonstrated that there was little underneath his ability to talk brilliantly, smoothly and dramatically, and before he re? tired from Congress, ho was at outs with all the democratic lenders be? cause of his having shown them thst lie was much more of a populist than a democrat. HE IS A !*OITL.IBT. Ile was so much of a populist th-t only t*o years ago he wan...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 July 1896

SATURDAY JULY 18, 189G. " LOST AFTER ALL." IT IMPRESSED HIM ? Methodist Divine Makes a Sermon out of Mrs Lyle's Composition "Lost af? ter All" The piece of music composed by Mrs. Lyles. President of the John Brown Monument Association, which she sang during her stay here, made a Srofound impression upon Kev. Dr. ullina, as well as others. The Dr. be aame so deeply impressed thst lie took the composition, "Lost after all." on Sunday 28th ult..morningas his theme and preached from Ezek. 81:11, "Our hope is lost." Dr. Cullins said: "Never did a King fight harder for his country, nor ever did a mother plead more earnestly with a wayward child than did Cod with Is? rael. All manner of argument and ev? idence was brought to bear to convince Israel that God was their best friend, not only stood ready, but was anxious that they should be saved. Never were pilgrims preserved through jour? neys so difficult and puzzling, and through scenes more chequered than were the Israelites. The great fa...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 July 1896

?nlv Ac-Mum Jot HU Hbvertteers IDesfrino Colorcb (peoples' TIrabe* Circulation <Suarantcci\ Special ?uotationo TJlpon large Btocrtiscmcnte. Everv Cs* v Colotcbmtbmt Sboulb -bave ^bis 3ournal in t)f8 ftome* TCetme tn Ht>vance: $1.50 per ?car. Sent to ans Pact of 1Hnltct> States ant) Canada. VOL. Xii. NO. 32. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. THE FIML TRAGEDY. More About The Hanging At Farmville. SOLOMON riARABLE'S LAST flOMENTS. THE DECLARATION THAT A WHITE MAN KILLED MES POLLARD. Scenes At The Gallows. A Vivid Portrayal of A Tragic Conclusion. The hanging of Solomon Marah'e at Farmville. Va.. July an, 1896, aad hi* dying declaration that tha women art* inniw?ent, ami that David .J hui on ThoasBaon, a white man, who resides at Finneywood, Va., killed Mrs. Pol? lard haas far-reaching effect. There are many sad features in eon- < SOLOMON Prom the last photograph tak< jail yard at Karmville, Va. ned ion wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 July 1896

?Bs* TBOKI WA. _ ?I. S I ll i JOBN MlTCBnfcL, HL. Karrol AU oommaileetloDi Intend**! forpoblleatloo KMttMMslk) th* editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. Sa* Bass Broad Street aad should r?sch him by Wida assay. teems in advance. One Copy, oe* yeer..._?.-.-tl.SS Oae Copy, elrht months...?... 1.90 Ons Cmmw* eTlnteSrnnv.: Owe **to*r?, narr months,.... One Coop, ur** mooth*,..? aiafleCwp* . i ADVKKTlBING KATES. foi OM laA ene Insertion... ....,., | IS 4*? ans Ina Ss eh ?a'asosnifit issirnoo... st for tart lona**, thia* aaoaU**...- soe felwom^fnnnlnl, Hit ?|SSSPaVlUM.^W jPoaxAaa Wamss of a denomination aUvaaUtaVTEAM TWO CENT* NOT RECEIVED oaana>ayaU>noNa_?* ' .UtTlAXU it sttmmA weekly. Tho subecrlp Moa prto* ail AO rn y ear .tn ad ranee. Thnrearetocn ware by waled money eon bc Ssa* hy maJlatonr rt ah?la a Post Onto* Money Ordsr, VrJaVBX Chech or Draft, or^aa Expreos Money Order, and Whoa nona of these oaa be Bi oin' sd, tko asafUtersd Lotter. *s^adUrE<aDanii.~Yo?e*...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 July 1896

s\ H'kivw H'I,Y 25, 1896. WASHINGTONLETTER REPUBLICAN SUCCESS PREDICTED After Bryan's Record. INTEREST CENTERING IN MAINE. Frieudly to tho Laboring Mau Ouly it Name (From Our Regain! (.Correspondent.) WABHlnsTtoa. Julj 20, 189U. (hairman ITahOOOsT of the republicat' Congressional campaign committee w ho lian just returned from a outer pin*** with Major Mckinley and Chair? man Hanna, of thu National ? ommit tee. is again on duty at the committee h nod gu art rra Ile expresses little in? terest, m the p? ptilist e<?nventi??n to la held tliis week at St. Louis. Like mos! republieaas, ba is of the opinion tliai nothing the populists cnn do will pre vent i ht* election of Vekinley and Ho hart ami a sound money Congress li is generally believed m Washingtor that tha populists convention will en dona Bryan, tlie populist candidate and the populist platform adopted a Chicago. Anti thal the talk to tlie con trary is merely ahlulT made for Mu purpose af making a better deal. NOT fl...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 July 1896

SATURDAY, JULY 25, 18945. Better Laugh. Ef you feel like bein' niue, Batter laugh Sighs won't bring sunshine to you? Better laugh. Yoneain't eoaqoaBt fate with frowns In a tight of tfty rounds: Ho, in all yer ups an' downs. Better thing to do, b> half, ls jist to laugh. When yer burden's hard to bear. Better grin. Curses ain't no cure fer care. Better grin. When your team, 'at orter pull, Balks, don't git unmerciful. An' splash an' splash aroun'.For you'll Find the surest way ter win ls jist ter grin. When you think uv cussin' don't! Better salle . When skeeters bite nnd fishes won't Better smile. Ef yoar hook an' line get stuck On the limb, ur some bad luck, Only way ter show your pluck, 'Stead uv grumblin' all the while, ls jist ter smile. ?Chicago Beaord Y.M.C.A. Visit to the Penitentiary?A Young Mai Seen who bas Decided to give Him? self to the Service of the Lord A Mother Galls to see Her Son?A 8ad Sight?Boys' Meeting at th Rooms? Men's meeting at the True Reformers'...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 August 1896

?Ibe ?nlv /Hbcoium t-SS fox HU Hbvcvtt8Ct3 Bcsitino Colorcb peoples' TTrabc. Circulation <$uarantcc*t\ Special ?uotationt* THpon Xarse a^crtisxmcftte*. Colored /lian Sbonlb "fcave tTbfs 3ournal In t>te Ibome. tiertns in Hovance: $1.50 ?pcr "Dear. Sent to an? part of "Unite** states .**nb 'lanaba. VOL. XII. NO. Xi. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 1. 1896. PRICE. 5 CENTS. Is It True? KY 1KNN1K O. lUU'Ol.ASS. When ye>u hear rn smsl word Like thea frost ve iud biting through. Stop anel think ot whet JOOrim heard Then ask thia queasiest : ls it true'.' If tb.e evil tongue shall still*' All remorse, and cry, '*Thef*j say Ask witn scorn, if 'tis n trifle Thus to steal a miine away'.' Stand upon your highest, honor, bet tin- truth fall with the dew, But when **vil slander whispers. Kindly question: ls it true? Qnostinn and eiemand ? not answer Merely--but th*, prool without a Haw, Think ol sister, wife, or brother, Then apply this righteous law. Evil he...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 August 1896

-"-bl-ahede-er-Saturday by John Mitchell Jr.,pn>prlctor, at SU ?. Broad St.. Richmond* Va.. TITONK tm. Je.UN vile HKLL, JR.. - - Korro*.. la M ti b b h o I o 1' t All communication*. Intended forpubllcatlon mu-tbe K4*!il l<> tii<* editor, John Mitchell. Jr., KU East Broad Street and should reach him by Was-Mss_>v. 1 KRM8IN A1*VAN? One Copy, one vcar..11.50 .py,eight months. 1.00 eine ev. .so ipy, four n .60 eMiel'opy. IhraS months.40 Single Copy.-. .06 ADVERTISING RA 1 For one Inch, one Insertion.-.4 60 Por one Inch each subsequent lnseatlon... 36 Kortwo Inches, thrve i* J.-. 6 00 For two tm-)! -nhs. 1000 For two lnche*. nine n? ntha . 14 00 For two inches, twelve months. 80 00 Marriage and tu: ?.. 60 Mundine abd transient PO-TAe>*S STAMP** OF A DS-tOM INATION HIGHER THAN TWO'. RKCKIVEH ?11-CRiPTlON**. ThbP-anrt ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price isSl.Soa year.In advaru-.-. There are rot'R wats by which money ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 August 1896

SA T URI >A V, A VI; I ? ST 1. 1896. WASHINGTON LETTER THK GOLD DEHOCRATS PROPOSITION. Thc Protective Tariff. A STATE SOLID?HIL PRESIDENTIAL Ol I LOOK. ls flit' Humor lim??Ihe Populist Nomi nt '?. ni Our Ucgular Correspondent) Waa . I?. C., .Inly -'7, 'SK*. Republicans generally regard tin* proposit ion of tin* ?'"'d dt-mocrK' a, that the republicans drop the tariff as an issue, a bait to si'cure 1 he votes of the gold democrats for Me-Kinley and Ho? bart, ns about the moat astounding ex? hibition of political Kali ever wi ed in thi** country. Tho cornerstone of th** republican party is its belief in a protective tarifT, and hs soon as il has the pow er it will put that belief in? to praetiee again, with every eonti ib-nce that it will restore the pro. ty of the country to what it wag under republican government in the past. M> MONEY A MAIN ISHVB It is perfectly true, as claimed bj the gold elcmocrats, that a sound cur? rency has become one of thc nain is? sues...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 1 August 1896

SATURDAY, A IV. r ST 1. L89ft. The Ir fidel and Nature. Illy O. M. Steward 1 Ssy, O ye hills, and do ye know. And you, rich valley**, eau you tell Who gave you being, and formed you so, Fair as "hough from heaven you fell ? Yes, we can tell thee, sud we say 'Twas God th'eternal Ruler high! 'Twas He who gave thin glorious dny ; He sent it from beyond the sky. O, tell me then, ye Helds of green, Whose verdant faces speak delight. Say, have y? heard or have ye The One who brought these things to light T Yes. we can see Him. 'Tis the Lord. Canst thou no' see Him ai This world is hung upon His word! Ay,and much more besides there be. The hills and menin' ainu, ope ans a Ide And countless worlds beyond thy view. By God's omnipotence abide! Proved by nature's searchers true. With joy 1 hear you nnd bel That God's alone this glory is. And will henceforth his word re? ceive. For worlds and heavens, nil are His! THE RAMBLER. AFRICAN ErUURAriON. The Land to be Occupied. TUE GREAT AOYOi ATE FOR...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 8 August 1896

Ube ?nl\> aflbebium Jot HU Hfcvertieers IDeeiring Colorcb peoples' TErafce. Circulation Guarantee, Special (Sluotationir tapon Xar$e -Hfcvcrtiscmcnts.. JEv>en> Co lor e?5/lian Sboulb "toavc vTbte Journal In Ibis Borne. Ccrtns in aovancc: $1.50 per liJcar. Sent to an? part of Iflnttco Statce anti etanaoa. VOL. XII. NO. 34. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. MORE ABOUT IT Distinguished Officials. MR. POLLARDS CAREER. The Two Thompsons. AT THE DEPOT AT FARMVILLE Mary Abernathy's Case The death of Mr. E S. Pollard at liis he>me in I.unenliurg County, near Kurt Mite*hell ends another chapter in the ruinous tragedy and celebrates! trials. He was born IHJJ nnd accord? ingly was 74 years of age. He died July 30, 1KPM. Ile marrieel Mrs. Robert Thompson, a widow. Two months after her elnath he married another widow. Mrs. Mar? tha Lewis. A few weeks after her de*ath, he married again, Miss Lucy Jane Fowlkes, the* one who wa...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 8 August 1896

ai ?e D w te Publt-ih-'d every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr..proprietor, at 81. K. Broad-I., Richmond* Va.. ?PHONK SIS. JOHN MlTCUKIl. .IK.. - - KlUT.Hl. All communl-.tiona intended forpubllestloa must be M*nt to tlim editor. John Mitchell, Jr., S14 Xsst Broad Street and should reach him by Wednesday. TERMS IN AbVANCK. One Copy, one year,.$1.50 One Copy, eight months,. LOO On* Copy, six mon thu.SO One Copy, four months.60 One Copy, three month-.40 Single Copy.-.09 ADVKKTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion.?.9 SO For one Inch each subsequent lnaerUon... _*? For two Inches, three months-. -?-, 6 00 For two tnt- ith?. loon For t,mo Inches, nine months. 14 <*0 For two Inches, twelve months. -OOO Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing snel transient notices per linc. 10 "la * POSTAGB STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIUH*KRTHAl*y*WO< V RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. IhsPi.-n-t ls Issued weekly. The aa Inscrip? tion prlc- 1*91.5e> a year. In advance. There sr*...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 8 August 1896

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896. WASHINGTON LETTER The nardi to Victory. HEETINO THE; ISSUE, A Peculiar Predicament. TO EDOOATE oolored voters. Mr. Blaine And Si Wer ? Revising the Bryan Speech. (From Our Regular Correspondent) Wabhisjoton, D.C., Aug 3, '90. The Mc Kinley and Hobart army haa begun its march towards victory, ami already news is beginning to come in showing that the efforts of the silver min- owners, whose paid employee Bryan is said to be, to corrupt the un? thinking masses with fallacious argu? ments and promises of something for nothing will end in defeat for the par? ty of anarchy and repudiation. Every day information is receiveel from com? munities in which it had been suppos? ed that the silver sentiment had full sway showing that the sentiment in favor of honest money and protec? tion to American industry, which is solely championed by the republican party is on tbe increase. Tbis, too, in the face of the fact that the republi? cans have just begun the sharp shoot? i...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 8 August 1896

SATURDAY, AUG I I B96. OHARLOTTESVILLE LETTER. Sunday at the Ohurches?Picnics?Topics met the v his the the* wit u pe thc lim *> is hoi I Vi tin tO! re te Sunday was very he>t, but in the af? ternoon thor** was a refreshing shower that cooled it'iff somewhat. The* usu? al servie*es at tl*.e churches .were well atti* nd ed. A large numbi'r of persons went to the closing Berries*, of the Piedmont District Association at Union Ridge Baptist Church. Kev. ll. P. Weeden. District Mi sionary of the State of Virginia preach ed at Mount Zion in the Boorning and at the First Baptist at night. We visited the F.henezer Sunday School last Sunday ane* found it up-to date. There were three deae*e>ns ordained at the* Bhiloh Baptist ( hurch last Sun day night. On last Monday two large e*xcursi'<ns visited our city, one from e>id Point and the other from Lynchburg, lt be? ing court-day. the crowd was immense. The day was hot, i>ut the c...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 August 1896

XLhc ?nlv /Ifoc&ium Car fox HU Rbvcrttecrs IDceitino Colotcb peoples' Zxiibe. Circulation Guarantee, Special Quotation*-* TUpon Xarae advertisements. Colored/lian Sboulo Dave tlbfs Journal In Urns Dome. ?Jenna in Hovancc: $1.50 per JOcar. Sent to ant* part of innitcb States ano Ganaoa. VOL. XIII. NO. 35. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST lo. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. AUNT MARY'S TRIAL. Judge Coleman To Say. MR POLLARD S DEATH Mary Barnes' Condition WU Al THE OLD MAN ruo UGH 7. 77.r> Alibi As Proven.?Mare Surprises. Mary Abernathy continues to while away her dreary moments an best she* can within the gloomy confines of the Lynchburg jail. During the past two months her child haa tieen taken out - aide anel cared feir, being brought back to her at night. It is thriving. The cane will come before Judge Samuel K. Coleman at Farmville, Va., during tho month of Septe'inber and after reviewing the record of the leiwer ceiurt. he will de*e?ide whethe*r or not the error...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 August 1896

PublUheel eYery Sa tu relay by John Mitchell Jr..proprietor, at alt K. Broad St., Richmond. Va.. MitoKX aa. JOHN M'.Tl UJ?1.I? JR.. - - V All communication* intended forpablicatiem must be sent U> the* e*ditor. John Mitchell. Jr., 814 Hast Broad Street ana should reach bim by W cd u-setay. TKKMS IN ADVANCK. One Copy, one year.*,1.6e> line* Coay.elahl months,. LOU One ejopy, *.t\ months,.-.80 ny. Tour months.60 e)ne e'ony, three months.40 ne e ony. Ingle Co] Single Copy...06 ADVERTISING RAI For one Inch, one Insertion.$ Mi Por one Inch each sul*equent Insertion... 9f> For two lnchea. three months,. 0 00 For twolnche*s,slx tno:i- ?. leiw For tn Ine month*. 14 00 For two laebea, twelve bobUii. sn ere) Marriage and funeral notices.. bu Standing and transient notice* j>er line. 10 POSTAGB rttaXn <>K A DKNOMlN \T1< >N HICJHKRTHAN TW<> ' H1VKD ON SUBSCRllTl 'wlHapLAS-T ls Issued we...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 August 1896

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15.1896. Little Miss Era. (.By O. M. Steward) Our little Mas Iv i's a waa fairy queen Finest and sweetest that ever was seen, Her pattering feet anel her dear prat? tling tongue. Make music far sweeter thsn queen ever sung. Her cheeks full of dimples, her spark? ling black ejes, Her looks of the hue of the blackest of elyes. Her teeth white and even and breath like the I Her ehin like an e'gglet in beauty re? peal Her voice is the sweetest in speech or in song. You coulel drink in its music th' entire elsy lung. For Eva's a eherub; her years are but two. Site's the life <>f our householel; a tie as true. Now, this is a picture of Eva, most true, Of her outward appearance as she'll seem to you ; But her sweet elispositiem, her bent to con title, Can never be painted, they must be descried. God bless the dear infant and make her His own, Guide, keep and protect her, ne'er leave her alone. Till finished her journey through the mazes of life, And s...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 15 August 1896

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. 1 MANCHESTER LETTER Although the weather was extreme? ly hot, a large sympathizing audience assembled at tho First BaptistChurch on last Friday t-veiiing, the 7th instant at 1 o'clock ko pay the last tribute of respect lo Mr. Alfred Cunningham, who dopartd this life August 5th st 9:411 o'clock p m., at his residence on Madison avenue. He lived the* life of a Christian, and died in full triumph faith. He was well known by all. Pr. Binga preached an able sermon and it is said by many that he was at his best on such an occasion. His subject was "Wet your house in ord-?r for you must die." He handled the subject with ease and did not fail to caution the liv? ing to prepare to meet thy Qod. Mr. Cunningham leave" a wife, feiur children, ninny relatives and a host of friends to mourn their loss. He was ? member of turee secret organizations. Mr. James H. Cunningham, funersl director officiates!. a-"One hy one they are crossing the river.'' Mrs Rachel Hall is somewhat i...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x