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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 January 1897

A*V 1* XTbe ?nlv /Ike&ium for HU Rbvertteers IDcefdno Colotcb peoples' XErabe. Circulation Guarantee, Special ?notation* Tilpon Xarae Bovertiscments. ffto HM*: jit* Bv>en> Colored/Ran Sboulo t>ax>e Ubfs 3outnal .rt Ute "fcome. TEerma tn Hovance: $1.50 per ipear. Sent to am> part of "Unite? States ant) Canaba. VOL. XIV. NO. 3. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 2. 1897 PRICE, b CENTS. SHE IS FREE. Mary Barnes Released From the Penitentiary. THE LONE WOMAN'S TROUBLES. Adrift in the Streets of a Strange City. NOW IN A PLEASANT HOME. She Waited Patiently for Deliverance. THE DISTINGUISHED COUNSEL. Sketches of their Career < Jove rnor Charles T. O'Kerral 1 decld ed on Wednesday night, December 23 1896 to pardon Mary Barnes, and OH a ' *<6kS^ la. HON.^GEOR bitter cold Christmas morning she was turned adrift by the authorities at the penitentiary in the streets of a strange city. This was done too after repeated ef? forts had been made to ascertain the time at w...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 January 1897

Published every Saturday by John Mitchell Jr.,proprietor, at SH X. Broad St., Richmond. Va., ?PHONE ASS. at 51 cr W' ie ei hi a d ti JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - Edit?*. All oomman lea tiona Intended torpublloatlo must be aent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr.. SH East Broau Street and should reach him by Wed need* v. TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Copy, one year.??_-.-..4LM One Copy, eight months..? LOS One Copy, alx month*.._. Ja* One Copy, tour months-,. ,.? AA One Copy, three mouths.40 bingle Copy-.._.OS ADVERTISING RATES. r<>r one Inch,one Insertion._?_....4 60 h<n one Inch eaeh subsequent Insertion... SS Kor two lnehes. three months-.??.. SOO two inches, al* months._ 1000 two Inches, nine months. 14 00 two Inches. twelve months._-0 00 M .? rrlage and funeral notices,.-. SO dins and transient notices per line..... 10 V -TAOS 8TAMPS OF A DENOMINATION UER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. 'IH-Plankt ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price is 11.60 a year. In advance. Ther...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 January 1897

SATURDAY, IAN 2, 1897. A NEW YEAR'S PRAYER. I know a little tcmi'lo, ItN Willi* -\ Tet np and down its darkened aisles Tbe blii?esd angels | And he who keep* thr tem Should pray to Oed ttmight That faith may light the altar flame And hope may keep it bright: Tbat Ioyi' m:iT tiring l_M snoriflce Which lo> And all the faa) li inn May tarrj thi re tu live. And mar n Hav, part, Wha' intifuiT The temple of the 1> trt. ?Youth's Companion. P tb ti) rt C? rn tn A CHINESE ROMANCE. Ding Dong heaved n huge sigb and sobbed a convulsive sob as he laid hil aching heud on his weary arms on th? table and racked his brain in great agony of spirit. Tin- dies ira? had com*. ?bis day of reckoning. It was tbe day before tho Chinese New Year's?Feb. 5, according to yonr calendar?when every good Chinaman must settle up or go np the spout and confess himself dishonor? ed. He owed only a little matter of 100 taels?not pigtails nor cowtails, yoo understand, bnt silver taels?equivalent to $1.80 in Americ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 2 January 1897

rr im v? in SATURDAY, IAN. li, 1897. |{j WASHIM6T0H LETTER REVISING THE TARIFF. Preparing Forthe Inau? guration. A POOLS ERRAND. K' t Will Sustain the President in the house. 8ENAT0BS ABSENT. (From our Regular Correspondent ) Washington, Dec. 28, 1896. Chairman Dingley, of the House Committee on Ways and Means and the other Republican members of that committee opened the tariff hearings, which are to be continued for two weeks, to-day in the Ways and Means Committee room at the Capitol, the first day's hearing being devoted to the schedule which includes spirits, wines, and other beverages. To-mor? row it will be the cotton schedule, in whioh there is an impression that no extensive or very marked changes will be made by the new tariff bill, and on Wednesday the sugar and molasses schedule will be dealt with. Although it was expressly stated in the notifica? tion of theae hearings that written or printed arguments would receive the same attention from the committee that would be giv...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 January 1897

?nlv /ibe&ium *r_-B if or HU Hbvcrttscrs IDesfritiQ Colorcb peoples' Urabe. Circulation ?narantcco, Special ?notation** tUpon Xanjc Hovcrtiscmente. VOL. XIV. NO. 4. Bx>crv Colored jflban Sboulb f)apc tfbfe 3ourna. fit ? .bte tJome. t*r?ttna in Hovancc: $1.50 per pear. Sent to an? part of TUnttco States ant* Canaoa. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1897 PRICE. *> CENTS FREEDMAN'S BANK. Controller Eckels Submits His Reportas Ex Officio Commissioner RENEWS HIS REOOMMFNDATION Poa PAYMENT OF DIVIDEND CLAIMS AND SUBMITS DRAFT OF A BILL Mr Eckels controller of currency haa subunit* tl to Congress hia report as ex-oHieio commissioner of the Freedman's Savings and Trust I'mn par>y Tor the j ear t v.dvd December ">, 1898 The receipts for the year aggre? gated $6 654 94. which add-d to a bal? ance on hand, N>vemb-r 30, 1895. makes a Urtu I ol $3C,60:" 30 Nearly ihe entire receipts were '?.?Heeled on judg? ments against i'. K. Douglas and L H. Douglas _Jhe total disbu...

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 January 1897

X1 ss^** Publ taned eTery Saturday by John Mitchell Jr .proprietor, al 814 K. Broad St.. Rlcbruoud* Va., ?phone mm. MITCHELL. JR.. ? Knrrroa. All communications intended forpublloatlon munt be sent to the editor. John Mitchell, Jr., S14 Kast Broad Street and should reach him by Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCK. f'n*? Copy, one year,.?..$1.60 ry, el*,!** months,.? LOO ' >iie Copy, six month**. .SS ?py, four months,. ?mr. three months,. Copy.-. ADVERTISING RATES. M inch, our* lnserUon.?,...$ Se ne Inch erwh subsequent insertion... _ SOO iwolmhei. * * . 1000 two Inches, a" . 14 00 "??rtwo hs. 8000 ". trriajreand funeral notices,. fiO .linjj and transient notices per line. 10 LOS 8TAMP8 OF A DENOMINATION KR THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ltSCRIITI' -sued weekly. The subacrlp ;s|l.i*i h year. In advance. ? ws by wb ich money ean be y m*i! at cur rii*k?in a Post Office Money 0 ler; by Hunk Cheek or Pratt, or an Express .*?' ney Order,and wh.*n none of these can be red. In a Iv etter. Money Oan...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 January 1897

Si ht u ? ii h. al ? G SATURDAY, IAN. 9, 1S<>7 j flsv. ???aa.-aaa ? ava ? ? i. ? mmntmnmnmmaamwnaannnamnmnnnmmnnmnnm rn ?? ? ????*..-> ? WASHINGTON LETTER THE CUBAN SITUATION. Tariff Hearings?Newspapers and the Postal Laws. THE REPUBLICANS OS THE ALERT* Bimettalism in the Country. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington. January -1, 1897. Mr. Clevfl.no may or may DO* tbe special Mi'^^i''' '-?-, ' oi.grers wm) i. li? lian aflairs, which re mut sajs he bur prepared during ihe reces-*. but hit* ac? tion iu ordering lama cruist-r Vesuvius snd tue disk n OB bout Dolphin to oro ceed to (Monda waters una join ihe U 8. vessel* already therein pieveiiling tillibustermg, ia u noiitieation tu * on gress thal the administration bas not in the tilga..* st changed its a titude towards Cuba vaiive uieii IB the Senate a ill endeavor to privatel) argue with tl.ute S,-nat. r*. who are i e garded a*- Ilk. ly to make ineeiidiai *, speeches on the Cameron resolution, in order to have tliem...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 9 January 1897

Bl th SATURDAY, TAN. 9, 1897. Somewhere ? [Chicago Times Herald) Fea .mystic realm of Somewhere. Beyond the Sometime Sea. The vagrant odors come where Tbe world's ways torture me. O'er waves and lonely islands Thy whispers come betimes, As lute notes in the silence. As minor poets' rhymes ' > beckoning realm of roses, where pleasures mark each mile. These yearnings are but music and living is a smile! -> Aeet as a virgin's dreaming, Who love's nrst kiss yet thrills? F .ir as the flowers gleaming Where moonlight softly spills. V. -n's later Eden, Somewhere, We need must long (or thee: The tempter's lips are dumb there, The aerpent hat-'s not free . O beckoning realm of roses, where pleasures mark each mile. There yearnings are but music and living is aamile. WillT. Hale. FROM OHUBOH VIEW. Marriages Plentiful?Ohriitmas Tree Church View, Va , Jan. 6, 1896. The old year has passed and gone and the new year has stepped in. During the past year many of us as christian*. were made to...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 January 1897

TLhc ?nh> /llbebium fox Ell Hbvertteers IDesirino Coloreb peoples' XTtabe* Circulation (Buaranteefc, Special *&uotatton.? Tllpon %i\xqc advertisements. VOL. XIV. NO. 5. Colored/lian Sboulbtmve TCbfe Journal in Tbi& t>ome* tlCenne in Btwancc: $1.50 per jpear. Sent to ans part of 1Hnite^ Stated ant) danafca. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1897 PRICE, b CENTS PLANET DELAYED Owing to th'e time taken in the repairing of our electric motor, we were nuable to go to press on time this week. mun LOYE. A STRANGE INFATUA? TION OF A WHITE GIRL FOR PAUL DAVIS. Shot by Her Father?Re? fused to Permit the Law to take Its Course. ONLY TO HUSH START? LING DISCLOSURES. Justice Outraged and the Col? ored Youth Near the Gates of Death. HI8 STRAIGHTFORWARD STORY Psul Davis, s colored youth, ahout eighteen years of age wss shot by Csr los A. Twitchell, white, in the ar*a be? tween the Henrico County Courthouse and the jail on Monday, January llth at ahout 1 1 :40 a . ni Davis was ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 January 1897

Vb Published e.ery Saturday by John Mitchell Jr..proprietor, at *m E. Broad St., Richmond* Va.. ?l-HONt, BBB. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. - - Editob. All communications Intend***] forpublleetioii must tx* M-iit ti. the editor. John Mitchell. Jr., 814 East Br.. d should reach him by Wed-MBdsv. TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Copy, one year..?.91.SC One Copy.elKht mouths,. LOO . .JW .50 Om' Cony, t! .40 Bingle Copy.-. .05 ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one Insertion.-.-.9 lo Koroi;.* Inch em-h sut.pe<jnent insertion... 86 Foi two Inch .... SOO For t?r ... 10(X> For two Inch For two In.- . 8000 Marriage and funeral notice*.. 60 Standing and transient, notice* per line. 10 '-<>M I NATION II lt; tl ER THIN TWO < -r RECEIVED BSCRIlfl' IbkPi.anbt ls Issued weekly. Thesubscrtp Uon price is $1.50 a year. In ad var There ari' rot r ways by which money can be Bent by mull at our risk?In a 1'ost Office Money Order; bj Hank Cheek or Draft, or an Ml HIBBS Money Order, and when none of these eau be...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 January 1897

SATURDAY. IAN. U>. 181)7. WASHINGTON LETTER JVlo-e About the Cabinet. PREPARING THE TAR IFFBILL. I nj'i ri ms legislation F*or H 'eek ly Journals. CONGRESSION \L BL Ai K GUARDISM. Senator Mills Humorous Resolution. I (From our Regular Correspondent.) \V,8hisoton, Jan. llth, 1897. BanatOC Sherman will probably net? tle tbe question of whether he is to l>e Secretary of Stntc la the comim* ad naiaiatratioa, during the present week, mm ha will, hy special invitation, have a personal conference with President? elect McKinley at Canton Mr Sber man's personal inclinations are not towards the Cabinet, but he is prepar? ed to do his duty as a good republican and ? patriotic citizen, and if it be the ariah of Pf?ldent McKinlay ami of the Ohio republicans, wht) have given him such great political honors in the past that he should accept a cabinet port? folio, he will mt allow his personal in? clinations to stand in the way. That he would make a good Secretary of Slate is as certain as th...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 16 January 1897

SATURDAY, TAN. 1G, 1K<>7. WEST END NOTES. From the Churches--Re? vival Meetings. MUCH SICK AMD HAUY DEATH' Briefs Mentioned Sunday, 10th instant, was a balmy sid spring-like day; gents without their over-coats and ladies without their wrappers; all looking tidy and some, were out in full. Our churches presented a beautiful e-pect in many instances of spring in all of its glory. The congregation of the Second Rap t -t Church at ll-.30 a m heard a most excellent sermon delivered by Rev. J. W. Kirby. At .** p m, the pastor, Rev. Z. D.Lewis, B D, administered the Lord's supper. The services were equal to any on former occasions. AU seemed to en joy the rich, holy service as become th true Christians. The 6th Baptist Church at ll :30 was led in services by Rev. Jackson, of Texas. At 3 p m. Rev H. Powell preached a powerful and logical ser mon on "True citizenship of Earth and Heaven." It was a very profound dis? course, showing deep thought and clear conception of all the able divi...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 January 1897

TEbe ?nl^ /Ifoebium for HU Hbvcrtiscrs IDceirino Colorcfc peoples' TEtabe, Circulation Guaranteed, Special ?notation* Wron Xarge BbverttocmcntSs Bx>cr^ Colored .flban Sboulb l**a*r*e ttbte 3ou**nal in IMs "fcome. tEernMj tn HOvance: $t .50 per IJear. Sent to ant* part of "Unite") States ant* Canaoa. VOL XIV. NO. 6. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1897 PRICE, 5 CENTS CRAZED BY DRINK. COLORED /IAN'S CRIME Killed All He Het. Two Hundred Held at Bav? Dictated Terms. ??- *--**S"S?B Whiskey Flasks in Abund? ance. LYNCHED BY HIS CAPTORS Reckless Daring in a Bad Cause. Somtkr, 8 C. Jan. 7?All Sumter _^ was aroused this morning when the ~ne^wir~ftash**tj over the wires that Si? mon Co .per h*id killed old Mr Ben Wilson, his son "?*? esley, and Mrs. Wes? ley Wilson The first information of the murders wss received about 0 o'clock, and shortly afterwards Sheriff Pierson received a telegram, con firm? ing the report, adding further that Cooper had also killed two colored persons,a ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 January 1897

*"A? P-ubllshed every !*Uturday by John Mitchell Jr.,proprietor, at blt K. Broad St., Richmond. Va., *THON"5 ?**&. .'OHS MITCHELL* JR.. ? ? Kditob. All communications Intended forpublloatlon must be sent to the editor. John Mitchell. Jr., 614 East Broad Street and should reach bim bj Weda?*sdar. TERMS IM ADVi-NCE. One Copy, one year._. One Copy,eight months,. LOO ?py, six months,._. .8** "py, four months.M *py, three months..40 Copy-.. .OS ADVERTISING RAI *? inch, one Insertion.?_,....$ 60 a Inch ea?h subsequent InaerUon... aft o inches, three months,..?... S 00 ? .?Inches, six nv>r.'.h*?. 1000 >'<>r t v* <> Inches, nine months. 14 00 ... Inches, twelve montha. . "?OOO itt** ami funeral notices.. BO ng and transient notices per line I .GI STAMP8 Or A DENOMINATION H. THAN TWO CK NTS NOT RECEIVED HSCRIPTI' ?WT mk Planet is Issued weekly. The ?ubacrl_> tlon price ls$1.50 a year, in advance. ? are rous wats hy which money can be sen t Ny mall at our risk?In a Po...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 January 1897

SATURDAY. I.\n. 23, WASHINGTON LETTER SHERMAN TO BE SECRE? TARY OF STATE. Mr. Platt to Reenter the Senate. TARIFF BILL BEING WORKED UPON. [From our regular Correspondent ] Washisoto**., Jan. 18th U Congratulations have been ?hov\>red upon Senator Sherman nine he return? ed to Washington and made tlie for? mal announcement that he decided to become secretary of State under I'res ident McKinley, and cot gratulatums have alao been wi rfd lo Major .McKin? ley on hia success in Ratting ho able and experienced a man for his _ tary of State The great business in? terests of th?* country will welcome the selection of Senator Sherman for thia important {Hist, because his well-known conservatism is a guarantee that while the foreign policy of the McKinley ad? ministration will be firm and strongly American, it will not be tinged with the disturbing element of jingoism?it will maintain the right ?> ot Americans at borne, but it will not get up war scares for political effect, which disar...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 23 January 1897

1 jot res vii Vt frc SATURDAY, TAN. ,3. 1897. | What Oensed It Our electric motor waa taken out for r-paira laat week and when returned w >uid not run. Aa it wai too late la ) ave the work done at another office, v .* had to disappoint a large number i> **trona 1 acted strangely thia week and we **' > be again lat** i.t reaching the pub li ? SENATORS ELECTED. COISQRESSlYiAN PEAR? SON QI VES HIS OPIN ION OF BUTLER. da H to to G vt da ar Bl ar cr at Pritchard is Re-elected by a Majority of Twelve. 1ELLER SUCCEEDS HIM? SELF. Mason Elected Irom lllihois ?Other Senatorial Klee tiona. Raleigh, N, O ,?Jan, 20-Spcial U-terO Pritchard was to-day elected i succeed himself aa United States s :i*tor. ? he vote on joint ballot resulted a? ( 1 .wa* Pritchard ' Republican) 88 ; "I inpson, (Pop.) 43 ; Doughton, Deui ,33 Pritchard's majority of the v.- cast, 12. Majority or the entire ui* u.berahip of the L?gi?lature. PBITOHABD'a 8TAT1MENT. 1 ** following statement wbb ist>u-*d to-cny by...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 January 1897

TLhc ?nl>2 iUbcbium fox HU Hbvertisers XDeefrfno Coloteb peoples' XTrabe* Circulation Guarantee*), Special Quotation*-* TUpon Xar<H advertisements. Colored/Iban Sboulo "toave Zbia 3ournal in "tote t)ome. Verine tn aovancc: $1.50 pet KJcar. Sent to an? part ot lUnttco Statee ano danaoa. VOL XIV. NO. 7. RICHMOND* VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1897 PRICE. 5 CENTS The Lovers' Parting. I By Arthur W. Gray] Let me a moment longer stay, For we may part forevermore. Fur distant ia the happy day. That brings your Edw-rd to this shore. For, 'mid the tea's tempestuous rage. My tuart ill yearn fi r home n? d thee, And naught can then my thoughts ts-gegft. Or set my weary spirit free. Then let my eyea feast on the Bight, Thy charming beauty now affords. And grant me longer this pad night. To say my last lend loving words. Perhaps, when on some distant shore, My mern'ry aili tty back to thee, Then I will sigh, lor fear no more? I'll cross the rough and raging rea. And should by providenti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 January 1897

-W_^< S^-SS. I^bltsh??d e.ery Saturday by John Mitchell Jr..proprietor, ?t, 614 K. Broad St., Richmond. Va., _ ?PHOKi mm. JOHN MITCHELL. JR.. ? - Korroa. All communications Intended torpubllcstloa must be sent to the editor, John Mitchell. Jr.. rn. Bast Broad street and should reach htm bj Wednesday. TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Copt, one year-._.41.00 py,eight months-.? 1.00 ? py.Hlx month*, ?py.four month -i>y. three months,.-._.40 ? opy, thr .*? <? opy-. <opY_._. .06 ADVERTISING RATES. 1 - Inch, one Insertion.???4 60 Inch each subsequent Insertion... Jf> > tuches, three moe ths,._OOO I "Inches,six months. 1000 ? inches, nine months. 14 00 I inches, twelve monthi*._3000 ne snd faners! natter*; . 80 lg snd transient notices per line. 10 PO-i v*,"_ 8TAMPS OF A DENOMINATION H i> ? 1:1 R THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ?SCRIPTI< **1 ii k Planet ls issued weekly. The *rob?crl ra? tion price lsSL&os yesr.ln sd.snce. TI.*-re are rosa wats by which money csn be sent hm ma...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 January 1897

SATURDAY. IAN. 30, 1897. DoHT LIT MOTHER DO IT. Daughter, don't let mother do it! I)., not let her s ave arid toil, "W bil- joh sit a u e rs** idler, Fesi stu* your s ft hand io soil. Dnii'i y? u mee tl e heav* burdens, Da-1> eb* ii* w? nt to bear. Bi ing the iinr*s upon her forehead, Spi inale si.v. r in her hair? Dsughler, don't let m->th**rdn it I Du not let ber bake ar d boil Thro'the ions, b uh" aumme** hours ??hare wi h h rih h-avy toil. See! h-r ? y*- h?s l> si i s brightness, F? ded.fr*. m h**r ch-t-k ti e glow ; And -he s*ep hat once was tvouyant Now is leeble. tir*d and slow. Daughter, d >n't mother d ? it, Sh** h?*s car? d tor you ??? long; Is it rix hr ihe wes** ai d'eeble r* hou d b-* toiling for i he a' rong? vYski g fiom y<ur MstU ss anvn >r, 8e*-k her sid** t<> c'.eerai d bl* ss. And your Rn* f <** i I b-* I*-as bu ter V. hen the sods above her press Dsughter, don't let moi her do it; Y> u will inver, rt-verknow *What were home ai h u>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 30 January 1897

SATURDAY, JA.N. 30, 1897 MANCHESTER LETTES Knights of Pythias' Grand Showing -Mr Ovms Gaiaes Passes Away?Church Notes?Briefs and Otherwise. On last Sundsy between the hours of 2-'*0 and 4 o'clock, the streets of our i-itv were thronged with people, wend i?g their way to the Second Baptist Church, where the pastor. Rev. D. w i>l ra ter Davis waa to preach the sn? it ut I sermon of Manchester Lodge, ]S -iiber ll. Knights of Pythias. Th** ring was larger than was au g i-vd. AtS o'clock, the Firet National Band was heard coming up Bainbridge St , sm rounded by a great number of mus? ic* I >vers, while the old and young peo pl- were seen rushing to the corners, keeping time with the music, to wit? he brave Hir Knights, especially thor-e of the Uniform Hank. Follow? ing the band were the Staff Officers, Uniform Kank and Subordinate Lodg ?f Knights of Pythias. On reaching 14th and Hull Streets, the Manchester Hir Knight* fell in lint* amd on and on they marched to Un? church above me...

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