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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 December 1896

JEv>erv Colored/Hban . Sboulb tbavc Ubis 3ournal in *>is loomc. Senna tn Bovancc: $1.50 per J!?car. Sent to an? part of Tanttco States ano elanaoa. tCbe ?nb? flhebium fox HU Hbvettisers IDestrfnfl Coloreb peoples' Urabe. Circulation Guaranteed Special (Siuotation*.* TJipon Xar$e Hfcperttsementes VOL. XIII. NO.51 . RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. RICHMOND STREET OAR MEN. An Incident <For the Planet, by O. M. Steward.) She handed him the baby. While she gut oft the car ; He took tbe child and held it, For sake of its mama. But then she was so pretty. And. then, too, she was white, He oould not let her hold it And from bis car alight. lt happrn'd at tbe corner. Brook Avenue and Clay, Perhaps no other* uaw it, Although it was broad day. Butl most surely saw it, And well approved it. too, Because it wa* so gallant, Ju?t what cue brave would do. But no brave man makes ever, A difference be.ween Fair women when nelp needing F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 December 1896

K I^blUhed everr Saturday by J >hn Mitchell Jr.,proprletor,ui Ml E. Broad St., Richmond* Va., ?1 li john m;iiiikii.,ji;., - - Kditob. All communications Intended forpublicattori ?uurtbewn' ll, Jr.. SM Rant Broad Street ?nd should reach him hy dar. ?* TERMS IN ADVANCE. Oiif Cop**, one year.. .KO ur mon Uta, Ob*Copy, three month! .40 bingle I Air. For one Inch, one Insertion.J M Jforoue loch eiwh suhaequcnt Insertion... 2."> Kortwo . CW For two . toisi For t-* ... uno For two .aooe) Warrin. ... CO StandiM- and tra Mas whi ll rigl ea l lue P? Ho tec wi 1 la of n:i bc Iii th gi M ei, lu ri ai it tr [l b ai ei F0STA< tP8 OF I DENOMIHATIOJN tANTWOi RIVED BS< HllTt ?"ThkIM ftSBT is Issued meekly. The aubscrtp tlon j' ? r. i" silvano'. m can be Money Order, and when none of thea* can be procured.il. red helter. Money Or?>krs.?You can boy ? Money Order at your P-ost Post-office, ? sate arrival. valued at any office ot the American Kxpi t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 December 1896

THE OOMIH' OF THE BOOM. ?are SAT'RD AY BS-sr-s be we ea RM crt Hu lat --.e. < w ttl aa lt. It M Vt ha t-.< e'< V "S la Now whait* tlie use* o' cryin' over Wil? liam J en tun ?? li. ry an, And that hundred-cent dollar "cut ni t ?? We're OO* ?*"..*? with wonderful celerity Mae swears it.bo we know it must ba true. Ain't ali the papers teemta.* with re ports of busy achetnin* In behalf of Prosperity's return V Indeed, the clouds 'hat drifted over buainosi bare lilted? We so mi wil! all have tu*>ney just to burn "Sound rooney" that was rustin wh n th ? liniia- aid of trustin' It? rut-hiii into "channela*1 used by ??tra . And the gold re-*-r\e is swell***, until there is no tellin' How large the vaults to hold it moat ba maele. ?are us out e>f dyin' there's no fur ther use ol tr yin,' POT our politics tire now al O. K ; So on we'llgo insurin', sure hereafter oi ateearin1 "Fttll** dollars food as those we get kode], Assured of hig on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 5 December 1896

SATURDAY, DEC. *">, is.)c. Tta. bu Ki He bu _? as cu ah bi ti: T* - a LAVENDER LEAVES. "I vin-* corn was green and gold, damask rose* blown, ???. and busy spinning wheel 'ip a drowsy drone, Mistress Standish, folding dowa . white as snow, 1 lesa lt laid .ne lavendar, ' iummur long ago. ' - r srikp* of gray Ish creen, at with morning dew, 1 i; irden sweet with box > oceans blue? An i tar ilsa, quaint and old. ? more might know? And io abs dropped a homesick tear Th... um mer long ago. Tho vt i.lnw sheets grew worn and thia An<l i ..I in many a shred. Borne v. nt to bind rn soldier's wounds. And - :." to shroud tbe dead. And M stress Standish rest* her soul iv**) their shadows throw And vi lets blossom, planted there In aaa.bm rs long ago. Bnt Std!" 1'.-tween tbe royal rose And lady lily tall Springs up the bb t\der Beside the oottago wall. Th* spider spreads her gossamer Across it to and fro? Tbs ghost of linen laid to bleach Ons summer long ag ?Now E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 December 1896

Bv>erv Cse a Colcrcb aflban Sboulb Ifoave Xtbis Journal fn HMs Ibome* tterms tn Hfcvanee: $1.50 per ipear. Sent to an^ part ot lanita States anfc CanaDa, XLhc f or HU advertisers Besfrfng Coloreo peoples' Uraoe. Circulation eSuaranteco, Special ?notation** TUpon large Bbvertiscment.. VOL. XIII. N0.52. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1896. PRICE. 6 CENTS. MAGNO'SJESSAGE. Complexion of the Weath? er?Sunday at the Churches. BIB JOSH WALLACE PA88EB AWAY ?THE KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS PAY HIM HONOR. Deaths Numerous?Concerts and Other Entertainments?Sparks from the Ward. Last Sunday was indeed a beautiful day. It reminded us more of an early spring day than of an approaching winter one. Our churches were weil attended. The pulpit of the First Bapt. Church was occupied by Rev. Fauntleroy, a young minister of said church. It will be remembered the pastor, Rev. James Holmes has been indisposed for some time. Excellent services were conducted st the Mt. Carmel on last Sunday. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 December 1896

it -RMS JC7 ******* Sa^N " PublUhede-ery 5>stuniay by John Mitchell Jr..proprietor,-. *>14 K. Broad St., Richmond* Va., ?phone ssa. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - Korro*. All communications Intended forpabllestlon mus. ba sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. K14 Eaat Broad Street and should reach him by Wedneadar. TEEMS IN ADVANCE. Ones Copy, one* year.-.41.60 One Copy,eight mon tha.. LOS One Copy, ali mon tha. JU One Copy, four months..SO On* Copy, three months. * Single Copy-..06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion._......4 60 For one Inch eaveh subsequent Insertion... -ft For two Inches, three mon ths,.?.. SOO For two inches, six months. 1000 For two Inches, nine mon ths. 14 00 For two Inches, twelre months.SOW Marriage and funeral notices. 6*0 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON subscript: ? ThbPlanrr ls Issued weekly. Tbe subscrip? tion price ls $1.50 a year, in advance. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 December 1896

SATURDAY. Dl.C 12, ls'Kj. FROM WASHINGTON. OPENING OF CONGRESS An Extra Session Certain. TO CHECK FOREIGN IMMIGRATION. The Representative from Kansas. ( KroMi Oar Regular Correspondent l Washington, Dec. 7, lv Speaker Reed's "the* House will please be in order" at noon to-day an? nounced the opening of the last ses? sion of tlie fifty-fourth Congress. Every seat was not filled, but more than a quorum of the House was in attendance. Ditto the Senate The principal business of the first day was the allegea listening to the reading of the President's message. Under the most favtirable conditions, ther > are few member" of either Hemse who real ly listened to the reading of the mes? sage, because they all have printed copies of it, but to-day, when they all knewthat the recommendations of the message will not amount to a row or pins as a factor in influencing legi**'*> tion, there was scarcely a pretense of listening. There are many points of resemblance between the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 12 December 1896

- VTURDAY, DEC 12, 181)0. MANCHESTER NOTES. An Attack Upon the H.n istry. Church Items?News Gather? ed Here and There. Interesting Personals?Topics ect. Our oity bas been somewhat in an up stir this week. The "female preacher* is creating a large amount of discord nmong the colored people, and espec tallj the members of the churches. On last Tuesday night, she took her station at the side of the window of the Henderson and Monroe Barber? shop and tnere commenced her talk, causing the said firm to close doors. She claims that the ministers are lead? ing the young people down to perdi? tion Thee is indeed a broad and un? called for attack upon the ministers of the gospel, who are called to "preach the gospel to every creature," and to t>e an instrument in the'hands of God in bringing souls from darkness into the marvelous light of the gospel. Her motives, we do not know, but it she is called to preach the gospel, and ls sanctified, as some say, why not organize a church of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 December 1896

XLhc Jfor HU Rbverttsers -Desiring Colored peoples' XEraoe. Circulation $uarantcco. Special Quotation*? "Upon large Bovertteemente. VOL. XIV. NO. 1. Colored iftan Sboulb t>ave Zbin Journal in ?bis "thorne. Terms tn Bovance: $1.50 per J?ear. Sent to an^ part of Tflntteo States ano Canaoa. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, 19, 1896. PRICE, 5 CENTS. ENDED HER LIFE A CRAZY FEHALE'S MANIA. One of the Cured Inmates From Williamsburg. A VERY SAD ENDlSfL A White Inmate ot the A 1ms hon se Responsible Alter having made three ineffectual attempts to end h?r life, Mr n. Louisa W. Hicks, succeeded early Friday morning, 11th inst , in killing herself. She hanged herself with the sheets from her bed in the City Almshouse ehortJy before 6 o'clock, and did so de? ndrite the fact that a guard had been piaeed over her with instructions to keep her continually in sight. MINI) NOT sorND. Shirt ly after her marriage to Mr Hicks, who was engaged as a fireman on the Southern railway, she began to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 December 1896

PT-_!!?_ed ?*->*ry Saturday by John Mitchell Jr.,proprletor, at 814 K. Broad St.. Richmond* Va-. ?PHONE SSS, JOHN MITCHELL. JR., - - Korro*. All communications Intended forpublicaUo-. must be aent to ihe editor, John Mitchell, Jr., SH Saat Broad Street and ahould reach him by Wednesday. TEEMS IN ADVANCE. Ona Copy, one year,._?~.Si.a? I Ona Copy, eight mon tha.. 1.00 One Copy, six month*. .SO One Copy, four months,. AO One Cony, three month*.._.40 pingle Copy_.OS ADVERTISING RATES. one Inch, one insertion._.?..t 60 For one Inch eaah subsequent insertion... -? h"-t-ro Inches, three mon tha-. - SOO r*r two Inches, six months. 1000 I ->r t-o Inches, nine mon tha. 14 00 Kor two inches, tweWe months. SOI Marriage and funeral notices.. I ?ding and transient notices per line. 10 -TAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION I! I UH KR THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. TukPlanst is issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ia $1.60 a year, in ad-ance. There are roc a ways by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 December 1896

SATURDAY, DEC. VJ. 1896. WASHINGTON LETTER REPUBLICANS GRATIFIED, lt! Hill VT, *.V A \V th th al Will melt the issue Work for an Extra Session _i IHMIORATION AS AN EVIL-BIMET TALISM AB AN ISSUE. The Committee Aopointed (From our Ke^uai Correspondent.) Washinuton, Dec. 14. Republicans have every re anon to feel gratified at the outcome of the consultation of Sena. .rn. and Repre? sentatives of the party, which have been a feature of the first week of ? on grass. With the exception of the few silverbolters, the par.j and buth branches of Congress is a unit as ti what is to be done La tlie near luture. Without a majority in the Senate the party is now powerless to force tariff or.any other legislation at this session of Congress, but the mischievous sil? ver elf ment in the Senate led by Allen, the Nebra?a populist, have already been taught that the republican Sena? tors do not intend to lose any opportu nities to pass the Dingley bill at the present-- aatoa Thet-e would-be mis? chief-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 19 December 1896

.? SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 18D0. MAGOO'S MESSAGE. SUNDAY AT OUR OHUROHES-A BRILLIANT THURSDAY NIGHT MARRIAGE Other Marriages Numerous?The Youu^ Folks Will Haye Their Ohristuias Things Seen aud Heard iu tbe Ward i.ast Sunday was a tine day, and the good old church-goers, v% ith many Hike-warm christians, could be seen wending their way^to the many places uf worship CoOaequentiJ the church ?*>? were well atteiiued. \t the Firet Baptist Church, the fun? eral ot Mr Jordan Morris of Mandie* kt WM preached. In the atternoon communion services were conducted, rtesre glad to saj tnai the pastor. Ret*. J antes Holme** were out on thi**. occasion. The pulpit at tlie Moore Street Bap? tist t hurcn wat? lilted by it- pastor on last Sunday mor..mg. tte whs at his best. Wa learn tliat the Ebeneser, Moore Street,Fifth Street, Fust thurot and Hickory Hill .Mission munday Schools are j. requiring excellent programmes lor meir Christmas entertainments Miss Mary Twisdaie lett t lie city last Sat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

A*V lat * A* XLhc o ?nlv /Ibcbinm CmB jf or HU Bbvertteere SDcsidmj Coloteb [peoples Grabe. Circulation Guaranteed Special Quotation* ripon Uar^c advertisements. fr& ^W Colored/Iban Sboulb Ibavc XCbis 3ouvnal in Ibis 1F)omCa TTerms In advance: $1.50 pev )?ear. Sent to ans Part of innlt?ft States anfr Canaipa. __.. . _?.________>sv. --_._. - ,.# '.V^>>^___iJ___^ VOL. XIV. NO. -2. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATl'KDAY, DfcCKMBKR 2K. lsj?6 PRICK, 5 CENTS. A GOOD MOVE. // /?. HO \RU I DIRE* - l, TORS Richmond Beneficial.{- Insurl' ance < 'ompany. A SLIGHT SKETCH OF THE MEM? BERS J'oiLts of Success The Richmond Beneficial and Insur-I ajw'e Company have made wonderful strides of progress in the two and a I half year* of their history Your re-j porter Jias been making h study of tin* phenomena] growth of Cu* Company, endeavoring to ascertain tlie secret of their success. He hal gathered this much whicli may be of interest to the Public: First...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

t ? *- ' = Published c^rery ^turday by John Mitchel1. Jr.,p-t>prietor, al 814 E. Broad St., Richmond. Va*, ?PHONE tts. JOUN MITCHELL, JR.. Kl'ITOR. All comninnlcatlona Intended forpubllcaUoa moat be sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. SM Bast Broad Street aud should reach him by Wednesday. TBBMS IM ADVANCE. Oat Copy, one year.._.$1.60 Ona Copy,eight months,..1.00 One Copy, six months..-So On? Copy, four months,.SO OusCopy. three months,.?.40 rMngle Copy,-.06 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one insertion._?.$ 60 For oae inch ea?h subsequent insertion... 3b For two Inches, three mon ths,. r.. _. SOO Kor two inches, six months. 1000 For ts o Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months. S0 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO 01 MTS HO* RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. "*TkbPlai?bt is Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ia $1.60 a year, in advance. There are roes wats b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

9tV SATURDAY, DEC. 26, 1896. WASHINGTON LETTER A STUNNER. Secretary Olney Casts a Bomb into the Ompof Cu^an Sympathizers. HEAVY APPROPRIATIONS. [From Ovir Regular Correspondent] Washington. December 21. 1896 There is great danger that the merita of the Cuban question will be entirely overlooked in the wrangle Hint is like? ly to follow the extraordinary position taken by Secretary Olney, that Con? gress has nothing io do with the recog nition of a new state, the power being vested in the President alone. Mr Olney first publicly t..ok thin position in a discussion with the Senate Com? mittee on Foreign Relations, before that committee had decided to report the Cameron resolution tor *be recog? nition of the independence of ? uba After the committee had decided to report the resolution to-day. Mr. Olney went a great deal further, by making a statement throu?h the 1 -rela? tions, saying in effect that the Pres! dent would veto the resolution if it was adopted and that even if it were t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

SATURDAY. DBC. 26, 1896. PYTHIAN NOTES. BRIEF MENTIOXINGS. ! Meetings of Several Lodg es-NewK. of P, Club ?Uniform Rank. COURTS OF CALANTHE. Principles of the Order?Se? cret Work. FORMATION Ol' NEW LODGES?ORI? GIN OF THE ORDER. Beauirements for Membership At the meeting of Eureka Division, No. I, held Thursday night, Decembei 17th Major Jesse Scruggs of the Briga? dier General's Staff installed Sir K. Fountain Robinson as Sir Knight Captain to till out the unexpired This vacancy occurred by Ute resigna? tion Ol c^ir Knight Captain K. G. Rich? ardson who now has charge of Peerless Division. The entertainments given for the benefit of Blooming Lily Division at Blooming Lily Hall on I* St., near 31td continues to arouse enthusiasm among the people of Church Hill and vicinity We arv glad to tee sui h a degree of in? terest manifested and nope ttiat these entertainments maj continue to re ceive the support of the public. When Blooming Lily Division said ii would be unformed by May at the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

TLhc ?nlv /Ifcebtum t__B J or HU Rbvcutiscrs ?ceirfno Colovcb peoples' TTrabe Circulation <3uarantccfc. Special Quotations? "Upon Xarge advertisements. Colored/lian Sboulb stave tCbts 3outnal In t)t? abome. Mettne tn advance: $t.50 per tpear.' Sent to an? part of tanttet) States ano Canaoa. CHRISTMAS EDITION-SUPPLEMENT SATURDAY. DEC. 26, ls?.H>. CHRISTMAS [For the Planet by O. M. Steward j How blest our eyes w hieh see the light Of this fond ? hristmas day. Resplendent o'er oar land nu bright, Our honored holy day. Ba glad but not with Kiddy mirth. And Of tlie homily Rive, For tliis day celebrates the birth < >f I hrist who bids us live! 'Tis not a day for DdeviehlH Let joy now swell the Jay ! For. Christ our Lord and rightt ous ness, Bids us be glad to day ! We'll not nay -Hil the flowing bowl!" Though joy _n?at rule the hour lt i? a joy ihat thrills the soul. Which has from Christ its power. CUr stians may well rejoice today Of all days ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

SATURDAY, DEC. 2(5, 1896. CHRISTMAS MONEY. ? __, By MABTHA ITOC^XJH Wi__I____M8. [Oopyrlskt, Ute, by the Author.] A donen heads turned to look aa Bet sly went up the street to Lawyer Weat ?Said'* office. Though it waa coming on to neon of a bright December day there waa atill rn biting toeon in tha air. The critical loungers nugged the sunny side of the street?and even there the wind mada them shiver?though to one in rapld motion the day was a delight. Some of ita treaty vitality seemed to radiata from the girl. "Steps pretty high, eonsiderin," one of thoaa who watched her amid to his goaalp na tbe slim shape, lithe for all ita huddled aba wi, passed out of earshot. The girl aad looked neither to right nor -eft. Bar check wore habitually the fine red St now shewed, but the most oaaual glance aaw a hardening of tbe liuea about the mouth and below the eyes. "Yee, oousiderin most of all that she'a got ter walk back, the seven miles home," a third man said, coming up to aha two. He had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

SATURDAY. DEC. 26. ls?>(3. Continued From Fourth Page. and gainbill or indorsed otlu-r monV worth less paper, which later bin owu household was pinched to pay. "I 'most thought yon had forgot ua. Betty," Trab said unsteadily. "If?if you had atrial a little longer, I meant to take Lightfoot back homo again. "Have you tarina tho waist" tat amt, Be* ty? If yon haven't"? A sob finished what he could not *ay# "Yes, I took it and spent it," Betty said huskily. "Mr. Laue had the money atll ready. I told him you would bring ber"?nodding toward the marv?"and he said nert week would da" "Let's take her back. 1*11 bring her then. Honest I will. Oh, Betty, how can we part with her?'* Trab wailed, burying his face in his hands. Betty had taken the halter rein. ^he let it drop and flung both arms about Light? foot'! neck. "I?don't?quite?know, Trab," she aaid, swallowing hard. "But we must not take her back. Tbat would be like dying twice over. We will comfort our? selves thinking how m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 26 December 1896

CHRISTMAS DJ (AMP. i HOW IT WAS OBSERVED BY COLORED TROOPS. The Ole Bull or thc Accordion i ^al>l? Nightingale ? Chrialma* <ilft? A Happv I.ot of Children of a Larger (iroath. t^J. enlisted after graduation at Yale In the Twentieth Connecticut regiment and wa? commissioned first lieutenant of Company F. Our servile during 18<*._ and 1861 wa* with tho Army of tbe Potomac until aftot tho battlo of Cottyshurg. In whioh wo jv?r Urinated, when the Twelfth corps, under the oomniiind of (Jencral Hooker, "Fight lng Joe," was sent wost to form a part ot General Sherman's artur. About this time tho government was recmlting regiments of colored troops, a measure 1 appro\od. tmrxBmxaMD aba\ nu timi, in stKonra tn D-tKCaUKa. because I thought, tho _r__fflTttT??r'Hr* fight for their own freedom and tho elevation of their own raee, and because, In ot lier words, as was said at the time, a negro would stop a huller, a* effectively as a white that pro] ed and leo bel...

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