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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 October 1896

Colored aflban Sboulfc Ibave Ubis Journal in *)te *tfoome* ?Xcrme tn Hfcvance: $1.50 per }?car. Sent to an\> part of innttefc) States a^^ Canatw. XLhc ?nbg .fl&ebtum fox HU Hbvcrtisers Desiring Coloreb topics' XErabe. Circulation (Buarantccc, Special ?uotation? "Ulpon large Bovcrtiscmente. VOL. XIII. NO. IU. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. . iiiii SMITHERS PRECINCT High Handed Proceedings. NEARLY SIXTY COLOR? ED VOTERS DIS FRANCHISED. Some Made to Stand in Line All Day Without Being Resist ei ed. COLORED PEOPLE AN? GRY AND 1\ DIG NANI. FREE SILVERITE8 HAD THE BIGHT OF WAT. Syrcle's Actions a Disgrace. It is the same thing that has been carried on secretly ever Bince machine rule has been the dominant power in Virginia, only this ia on a larger scale The result of the registration in thi* noted precinct has been the disfran? chisement of many bona fide voters. The registration was a farce. The voters who were registered were chal? lenged and cro...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 October 1896

Publishederer? Saturday by John Mitchel! Jr.,proprietor, st 814 E. Broad St.. Richmond Va.. 'PHONE BBS. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - Kprroa. All communications Intended forpublicstlon Boost bs sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. 814 East Broad Street and should reach bim bj Wednesday. th th th ca si th \\ tl tl :r h n P TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Cc*>y,one year,.^...31.60 One Copy,eight months._ LOO One Copy, six months, .jSO On? <'opy,four months,.60 On.- <<?py. three months..40 ainu ie Copy-..OS ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion.- , - * 60 Poi one Inch each subsequent Insertion... tb o Inches, three months,..____, 6 00 Por two Inches, six months. 1000 Por tao Inches, nine months. 14 00 Por two Inches, twelve months.BJ 00 Marriage and funeral notices.... 60 Stol, ling and transient notices per line. GE STAMPS OP A DENOMINATION HU. HER THAN TWO > EIVKD ON SUBSCRIPT! ' "l u KP la net ls issued weekly. The subscrip tlo?< price 1*$L50 a year, iii advance. Tliere ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 October 1896

ue o or ot Clan Hm Noni tit tex whei ing t leadi then Thui | all tl . men ref rt guee catii Tl vie* toge ore* ter 2nd to any givi ttiul cit] Congress. I j? Hm son son T ol i SOI wh lar 1 ar. Of I ft 8 ne: SATURDAY, OCT. 'M, 189*. Votbbs, rslly to the polls. Do not fsil to exercise the right of franchise. Make no mistake! Vote for McKin? ley snd Hobart and L. L. Lewis for Ed ito a John Mitchell is not a can* didate for congress and has never been. Vote for L. L Lewis for t'on gressl Tn*. Democrats have had the name of Editor John Mitchell placed on the official ballot. He is not a candidate Do not vote for him. Tbs placing of the name vf .lons Mitchell on the otticisl ballot was a base frsud. Mr. Mitchell did not au? thorize such a use of hia name and has demanded that it be taken etT. Do not vote it. FOR THIRD Congressional District. INSTRUCTIONS TO VIRGINIA RE? PUBLICAN VOTERS Unable to Prepare their Ballots. ayST'To vote for McKinley and Ho? bart for President and Judge Lewis for ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 31 October 1896

SATUKDAV. OCT 31, 1896. WASHINGTON LETTER A Sure Thing for McKin? ley and Hobart SECRETARY CARLISLE OUTRAGED. PO POP. RAI IC MAA AGERS ({NUt ER CN. (From Our Regular Correspond'nt ) Washington, Oct. 26th, 1896. The march ot McKinley and Hobart to victory has been as steady and sure as that ol Napoleon's Old Guard in the days when it knew nu defeat. It has gone on from day t?? day since the cam paign opened ;there has been nu bait? ing, no hesitation, no retreating. There has be?en but one ciy, "On to Victory !" Each week th* extent of that victory has had to be fiilarged by the conser? vative men who have managed this greint campaigt , because they decided in. the beginning to claim ru state un? til absolutely certain that the vote of that state would back up the claim made. The first announcement of the certainty e>f the election of McKinley and ,. Hobart, the consequent triumph of honest money and of the right to earn it by honest toil, and tue mainte? nance of our National hon...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 November 1896

XLhc ?nlv jfllbcbtum (-as fox HU Hbvcrttscts IDcsidno Colorcb peoples' TErabc. Circulation <$uarantcct?, Special <Stuotation? ITlpon Xaroe advertisements. (Eoloreb/afcan Sboulo stave Ubfe Journal in Ibis t>ome. Serms tn HOvance: $l .50 per jpcar, sent to an? part of TUntteO States ant> (lanaba. VOL. XIII. NO. 17. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER?, 1896. -' ' r ? -... PRICE, 5 CENTS. THEY LANDED THERE. mckinley & hobart SECURE SAFE HAJOR ITIES. WHITE HOUSE THE GOAL. Sound Money Wins.- Unpreceilent ei Majorities. Republicans Triumphant A Cold Day For Bryanites Free Coinage of Silver Put to Sleep.?Mine Owners Des? pondent.?The Nation Re? fuses to be Lured Away,? Citi/eus, Regardless of Past Affiliations, Rejoice.?How The States went.?Virginia in Chains. Never was fraud more boldly and au daciously practiced than it was on las Tuesday in this city. Besides padding the ballot by put ting fictitious names thereon, the ol system of challenging was resorted tc The elec...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 November 1896

Publishedevery Saturday by John Mitchell * Jr.,proprietor, mt 814 K. Broad St., Richmond' 1 Va.. ?PHONK -SS. JOHN MITCHELL, JR.. - - Korro*. AU communications intended forpubHestlon munttif sent to the editor, John Mitchell. Jr., hU East Broad Street end should reach him by Wednesday. TKRMS IN ADVAKCE. One Copy, one year.. .$1.60 One o>py,eight months,. 1.00 One Copy, six months.. JW Ont-Copy, four mon ths,. -60 One Copy, three months..-.*0 Single Copy ?.06 K ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion.S SO For one Inch eavh subsequent Insertion... SB For two Inches, three months,..?... ft OS For two Inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine months. For two inches, twelve months._SO 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 ~m POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RK.e KI VXD ON SUBSCRIPT! ?ThiPl.nk ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is $1.60 a year, in advance. There are foce ways by which money can bc sen...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 November 1896

1 SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1896. On the Death of a Lttle Girl. (By <> M. Steward.) A bud so gentle, tender, fair, had just commeneed to b'ooin. Had seen (ive summer's bri gi shine, had seen live winters' gloom, 'Twas planted by that gardener, who for His Mower- c.ire. Who waters th? m and fives lea them refreshing^ >re. It nourished for a little while beneath His wei ihful eye, Surveying, He saw it better flt to bloom above the sky : He sent aband of angels, ai.el thus He charged them all, ?'(}o bring me up my flower plant to deck my brightest hall. Sketched upon its little eoueh the lit? tle jewel lay, Listening to angelic strains, when thus we heaiel hjr "I want to sing \\\?l charming song we've sunx so nfl t"K? ther, Once more m. th s cid, dark World I'll sing to che r dear mother." "I want to be an nngel," ny, that was tlsB s nfl slie snug, She sang it well and sweetly too as she should sing ere leuig The strains of heavenly music with the choir band above, Whe-re every gentle...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 7 November 1896

. r SATURDAY, OCT. 31,1896. MAGNO'S MESSAGE. Mk pie i?l?. tai ane Mi _M BBB om eli* HI* lat co! th> rs UH VOTERS ENTHUSIASTS | Women Interested. WOULD HAVE SWEPT THE WARD. Shooting at the ist Pre? cinct. A MOST BRILLIANT MARRIAGE. Other Things Seen and Heard While Go? ing Through the Ward Jackson Ward Brevities. Notwithstanding the very inclement weather of last Sunday morning, most of our churches were well attended. At the First Church, Professor Jones delighted that congregation with a very interesting BS1 tuon. Kev. Walker ot the Theological Sem? inary filled the pulpit of the Moore Street Baptist Church on last Sunday morning and preached an excellent sermon. e>n Sunday night, the Sunday School of the said church gave ita monthly exercises, which was very line. At the Ebenezer excellent services were conducted hy its pastor, and many were made to-feel glad that they had turned out to the House of the Lord " We are glad to say that our sick are improved and our eleaths are...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 November 1896

XLhc ?nh> /Ifoe&ium fox HU Hbvcrtiscrs IDcsitino Colovcb peoples' TErabe. Circulation Guarantee, Special Quotation* inpon large Hfcvcrttecmcnts* B\>en> Colored/Iban Sboulb *>ax>e Ubte 3ournal in "tots "frome. XTcrmstnHovanec: $1.50 per E>car. sent to an? part of Ulnfteo States ano CanaOa. VOL. XIII. NO. is. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. SUPREME COURT. A HASTY REVIEW OF REMARKABLE DECI? SIONS. The Struggle for Human Life. How th*' Victory Was Won, THE NEW TRIAL The Enlargement of the Writ. Richmond was excited, the county of Lunenburg was in a state of ferment anil Solomon Marah!**. Mary Aberna d Pokey BarneH were at this tiine pale with fright Sheriff V. C.'ardoza had made re 1 ? Sorta to Moura the removal of the prisoners to Lunenburg county where it was generally conceded cer? tain dea'h awaited them as armed bo? dies of men had organized to take their lives. Judge Wellford had issued the writ of habea* corpus ami Governor O...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 November 1896

Published every Saturday by John Mitchel'. Jr.,proprietor, at 814 E. Bro*dSt.,Richmond. . "phone sat. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - ? Enrroa. All communications Intended torpubllcaUon must bc arni to the editor, John Mitchell. Jr., SM East Broad Street and should reach him by Wednesday. IT'gl sun: wit! T deo pro ma ver 1 am 1 th* qu ? 1 vii aa ] to - TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Copy, one year,.~-..$L60 One Copy,eight months.. . 1.00 One Copy, six months. .*? One Copy, four months,.a? ?py. three months.40 bingle Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion.I 60 For on? Inch ?a*h subsequent Insertion... 36 For two Inches, toro? months,...~.?.. SOO For two Inches, six months. toon For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. SO 00 Marriage and funeral notices.. 60 ti I* uU lng and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION H i G H KR TU AN TWO CENTS NOT RECK1V El> OS SUBSCRIPTIONS. '?thePi.anet ls Issued weekly. The subsciip tlort price ls Si....

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 November 1896

V y SATURDAY, NOV. l 1-, im>o. ? WASHINGTON LETTER PROSPERITY. The Election is Over, Now for Work. BUSINESS BOOMING ALL THE COUN? TRY. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Wa ni . Not. 8. 1896. Had it be? possible for the voter? to have seen ont* week before election the remarkable demonstration of the revival of public confidence which has corns from every section of the coun? try since the election of Major McKin? ley, there is no doubt that McKinley and Hobart's popular majority would have been a million greater than it is MAY 11AVK HBEN LA KO KB. Republicans had no doubt that ap? prehension caused by the fear of those who controlled money that all our standards of value might be upset had done more to paralyze business than any other one thing, and they so told the people from every stump and through the columns of every republi? can paper. They convinced ninny. but if Use starting no of idle mills and manufactories and the inauguration of great enterprises involving vast ex? pe...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 14 November 1896

P fm SATURDAY, NOV. 1 V, 1896. WHAT REPUBLICAN LEADERS SAY About the Victory and Questions of Money and Tariff. i on lie Cr la! ba M nv VH Cl til HOBART, CLAYTON, SCOTT. It Is a Victory of the Honest Voters For Sound Money. Means the Protection of American Industries. The Tariff and Other Issues?Praise For Sound Money Democrats. (Special Corrospondese*. J Nkw York, Not. 9.?Now chat ths ?Iso- | ,tlon of McKinley and Hobart la an aooom plished fact, the members of ths national Republican committee at these headquar? ters are resting from their arduous work auld are feeling vcr jr happy. Expressing themselves as to the victory and Its results, the following Interviews were obtained: What Garret A. Hobart Says. "This ls purely a victory of the honest voters," said Mr. Hobart. "It ls a de? mand for the continuance of ? sound money policy. The Democrats who ooa trlbutotl to the result are entitled to sound recognition for their services to the people It would not be proper for me to discu...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 November 1896

E\>crv i-*> Colovcb /Tlban Sboulblfoavc ebie 3ournal In Ibis Ibomc. Hcrms in Bianco: $1.50 per )?car. Sent to an^ part of TLlnitefc States anfc Canada. H VOL. XIII. NO* 43. ?Ibe ?hiv /Tfoe&tum t__B jfor HU Rbvertisers .Desiring Coloreb peoples' TTrabe* Circulation Guarantee*), Special Quotation* Tflpon Xarge Bfrvertisemcnta. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS!, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. GAYE HIM LIBERTY, ii GOVERNOR O'FERRALL GRANTS THE PETI? TION. The Prisoner Happy. Ihe Scene at the Executive Office. A Glimpse of the Penitentiary The Crowd that Gathered. e?;i Monday last Miss Jennie Sale, ot Roanoke, entered the editorial ro*om of the Planet and informed Editor Mitchel* that she had come to the city to secure the release of her brother Lloyd Sale, who was convicted .Jan.* nary. IM'3, upon a charge of grand lar SUPT. B. W. LYNX. and (sentenced tu eiu.it years in the penitentiary. She said that ahe had been advised to come to him by Hev. and Rev. WilliaflO Smith ol lioano...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 November 1896

WI De te ni ci ol m \v kl Published every Saturday Toy John Mltch-11 Jr.,proprleUjr,?t M. K. Broad St., Richmond* V*.. ???HONK BIB. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. ? I All communication* Intended forpubllcat'.on must Ix* sent to the -Milter. John Mitchell. Jr.. HM East Broad street ?iid should reach him by Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Or'** Cop-, one year, .$1.60 . 1.00 "i>y, three moa Uta, .40 bl.-'Kle Copy,_. . .06 ADVERTISING RAI >"<>r one Inch, <>n*? Insertion. .?.$ N> Ki" (.nc Inch each subsequent insertion... 2f> .... ejew ? ?Inches, si* . woo - . SO 00 ',;?* and funeral n tig and transient notices per linc. !?? i.E STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION II H ill KR THAN TWOe-KNTSNv>TRKCEIVKl> MCIDII *1 ii iPi.iSii ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion prlee advance. wats by which money can be neut by mall ai our rink?"in a Post Office Money ? \'.l. or an Express Money eirder, and when none of these can bi* procured, in a Registered Letter. Monet Orders.?You can buy * Money...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 November 1896

SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1896, AN OBSTAOLE. ?-?<-ted.) I was climbing np a mountain path Wilii ninny thums to do. Important DOBinOBB (,f my own And other people's, too. Whoo 1 ran against a Pn'judice That quito out off tho viow. My work was such as could not wait, My path quito rlearly showell; My strength aud timo were limited, 1 curried quite a load. And ther** that hulking l'rejud: Sat all !t'-:??-*s the road. .*?>?> 1 spoke t?> him politely. For he was huk** ?''il high. And beggeil thal ho would move a bit. And let me travel by He smiled, but as for moving? He didn't OTOO try. And then 1 reasoned quietly, With that colossal mule ; The time was t?hort, DO other path, The mountain B inds were cool? I argued like a Solomon, Etc sat there like a fool. Then I Mew into a passion. I danced mid how led and Barote I polled and belabored him Till I was stiff and sore; He got as mad as I did? But lie sat there as before. And then I begged him on my knees? 1 Daifhl be kneeling still I...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 November 1896

, sham ? boa* ,tate that min .lilli mae: tert? ian ri-c un oen ede g" DU ~1 al, a? ,i* en Al rt! P in SATURDAY, NOV 21, 1896. *"" ? ? -* BABY IN DREAM-LAND (For the Planet, By O. M. Steward.) Baby goes ott to dream-land K .ery night. li larded by a cherrub band Arrayed in white. JI r footstep* glide through tl iver beda, Bright tulips raise their drooping heads, Aui stars shedforth their silver rays, * li?1*3 baby dreams of future dayl " ppiness. V *ul ol distress ; r >r trod will ble*s <> i baby while in dr.>am-land ?1 flower** scent Ihe air, And shifting landscapes dispel care, ^ hilo birds nf songs and plumage rare, iain all in a land so fair, fit displen lifiitle breezes Make baby's cheeks red roses wear. There baby plays withcherruhim I chanted to by seraphim. And soars about from sphere ti; sphere, Nor careB again to greet us here. But night goes by. another day Returns to light tor us the way. W**, rise, we kneel, to God we pray. We leave the bed whereon ara. lay,...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 November 1896

JLZVCXV C-*? Colored Ifbnn Sboulb 1bavc Ubis Journal in Ibis Ibome ZTermsinHovance: $1.50 per J?ear. Sent to an\> part of Tilniteo States ano danafraa XLhc fox HU Hbvertisers IDesfring Coloreb peoples' Urafce* Circulation (Buaranteco, Special Quotations "Upon Xargc Bbvertisementes VOL. XIII. NO.50. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. MAGNOS MESSAGE. Complexion of the Weath? er?Sunday at the Churches. TENTS' ANNUAL CELEBRATION. Our Military Oomoanies Make a Bael Showing?Many Thankst**iviDg Servi? ce*"? Other Things Seen anel Heard While Rambling in the Ward. ^(>n last. Sunday meirning, we were of tbe opinion that tht* day would be wet mud dreary ; but before all hope to the contrary _was lost, the cloud* were rolled away and the sun showed ita smiling fae**. Subsequently most eif our cmirches were well attended. There was a grand rally at the Moore St. Baptist Church on last Sunday. At ll :30 Kev. Nelson Hrown preached an excellent sermon toa large ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 November 1896

\\ V Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr..propr?eV>r,?t bli E. Broad St.. Richmond* Va.. * ?PHONE ?e*. JOHN MITCHELL., JR.. - - Editob. All communications Intended forpubllcatlon rnuat be sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. mit East Broad Street and should reach him by Wednesday. Co S'*l M tal an ho tie te in co la ni sv of rii A eu il ol pi o! f* U tl TERMS IN ADVANCE. Oeie Copy, one year....4L-a) PT,eight months,. 1.00 iipj.Bli sumUis, .jso >">y,four month*..60 ? >ny, three montis .40 bl ugle-Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. f. -one inch, one Insertion._._,.$ 60 !? one Inch ea?h subsequent Insertion... tb Ju i wo Inches, three mouths,. et em F?>r two Inches, six month*. 1000 . ?> Inches, nine months. 14 e*0 o Inches, twelve months. SOOO * u?* and funeral notices,. 60 ng MS transient notices per line. 10 toa stamps or A denomination Ille.HBRTHAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED BSCRIPTIONS. ' 'I hbPlanbt ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is ll.rsi a year,I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 November 1896

V BATURDAY, Nov. us, is?.?g. *? WASHINGTON LETTER The Senate May Not Con? firm Cleveland's Nominations. (irilService Pusbtd hy the Democrats. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) H \shi m. rn\. Nov. 23rd. '96. President elect McKinley is free from the disease which has suddenly attacked many men elected to the Presidency Th s di .-.eas;- has many names, hut is mott popularly I nown as th "big head." Ont- of the indica? tions showing that ?'aj McKinley has happily escaped an attack of the "lug head" is that he* bal engaged inaugurn Hon e* uart er-} for himself anti family at the same Washington hotel in which he and Mrs. McKinley mada their home during his entire Ctmgressiemal career, instead of at the more fashion? able hotel which luis been made the inauguration stopping place of the Presidents elect and their families fer a long period. This is a little thing in itself, tint it means much. It means in the tirst place that he eonsie'e-rs what wa** good enough for Representa? tive McKi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 November 1896

SATURDAY, NOV. *JS, 1896. ?SMbbsBbb-SB. ? - CRADLE SONQ. To alo*p the corn la kinking. For heavy bangs ita head ? Tb* timid flower* ara ah rio king Fruin darkness la their bad. Tb* evening oreemtm flocking, Llk* gentle angels bleat. Com* softly, softly rooking Tbe oom and flower* to J-st aa the flower* aro -shrinking. Bo timid, too, art thou. And aa tbe oom beads slaking. Bo soda thy dear bead now. And ao?xtda of evening winging, Llka gentl* angel* bleat, Com* round thy cradle, singing Jay darling one to rea*. ?J. Edmond V. CTook*. LABRADOR DOGS. i i I b? tin at ni tt lr w if h< 1 ej ai a: ll il 1* ii a D I ii ii J' v t V f I (3 E a r e fc a a r i c 1 1 1 1 1 i I i i I e ! B?w m Noni ber of Them Went on an Ian prom pt a II ant. The dogs of Labrador are not only ?nc*, useful as draft animals, but for bunting ss -well. A writer in Forest arni Stream, who has spent several sea? sons in L-abrador, relates a rather thrill? ing experience with a team of these dogs, who, he says, trot a...

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