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1BK PLANET
SATt'UIi.U - - - May 17. I
LYNCHED!
Total number persons lynched from
July 36,18X7 to July 26, 1- 2
Aug. '7 Colored man, St. Martin La.
a " **? *** Drakes Branch Va
?* 30-Tohn Turner Fayetteville,
West Vlrj-lnla. 1
Colored boy near Boy kt ns t>e
pot S C He touched a white
woman lightly with a switch.
His body riddled with bullets
Sept. 1 Colored man roasted In
Wayne Co., 1
?* 4 Colored boy near Atlanta Ot 1
** 6 Colored men, Let'fiore Co ,
Miss 100
'? 10 FrankStack and Dave Boone
Morgantown. N. C. 1
Walter Ashbury, Pooler Ga. 1
Louis Mortimer, charge*! with
being an accessory in a mur?
der near Clarksville, Miss.
Sol Purne'l at Winona, Miss.
Oct. S Ransom Gordon,at Abbeville,
Oa, 1
Oct. 35 Joe Harl*tl, Columbus, Miss, 2
** 13 Wm Moore Jet-sup. Qa. 1
Nov. 8 Owen Anderson. Leesburg Va 1
" ai Robert Bland, Prince George
County, Va. 1
?? 15 Bill hughes Abbeville, Ga. 1
Nov 26 Colored boy, i.lrcoluton Qa 1
Dee. Robt Binns", Lake View Temi 1
** S.6 Tetrar Johnson, Billy JJopM,
Albert Harper, Dan Jacobs,
-Calvin, - Fluett,
Schuler and 3 unknown eal
ored men at Jessop, Qa. 10
Dec. 28 Ripley Johnson, Michael Adams
Peter Bell, Rate Norrell,
Hugh Furse Hudson Johnson
Robert Phoenix, Judge Jones,
at Barnwell, B 8
Feb. 28 Brown Washington, Morgan
County, Ga. )
Bill Allen, Wltherford Irving
aud Oscar Folks in Mercer
County, W. Va., 3
March 21 Robert Mosely near Huntsville
Ala., 1
Total number lynched. 3Jr*7
" Shall this barbarity font inut\ un?
til the God of retribution martinis
hie strength against thc barbarians?*'
WASHINGTON LETTER.
The National Committee-The Sher
man Anniversary-tion. Fre?
mont Overjoyed ? The Federal
Election Bill.
Washington, D. C , May 12, 1800.
Senator Quay has presided over
a very important meeting of the
National Republican committee
here to-day. One notable feature
ot tbe meeting of the committee
was the entire absence of the
wrangling which our Democratic
friends have been of late so indus
trious in telling about. There is
harmony among the members of
the committee and tiiey all think
tbat the Republicans can hold their
own if not increase their maj.niu
In the House of Repre?eu tat ives by
bard work between now and elec?
tion day, next November.
The Sherman family which has
occupied a proud position in Amer
ican h'stery tor a good many years
celebrated two notable anniversa?
ries in this city, Frid iv and Satur?
day evening*.. The first waa the
seventieth birthday of G? n. Win.
Tecumseh Sh. rman, and it was cel?
ebrated by a leceptiou at tbe re?.i
deuce of his brother. John, ihe Sen
ator,which was at (ended by about
every prominent pirsou in Wash
ingtoti. The General, who by the
way is lookiug remarkably well,
c ime over from New York city,
where he now resides and w ll re
main here tor a lew da> s. The
second event celebrated was the
sixty seventh birthday of Senator
Johu Sherman, who made it memo
rable by a dinner at which the Pres
ident, Vice-pre ident a d other
promineut personal friends were en
ter tai ned.
In the House to day the five min?
ute debate on the un tl bill, which
is to continue e;ght da\s, was be?
gun. At its close the vote will be
taken. Some very strong speeches
were made last week in support of
the bill, but as unpoitant as the
subject is noue more impoitant, the
audiences have been small both on
tbe fljor and in the galleries.
There is but Utile entertainment
in a tariff is peech no matter how
able the speaker may bc.
The election ol a successor to the
late Senator Beck has brought out
the fact that Ex-Speak* r Carlisle,
one of the leading candidates has a
great many bitter enemies in hts
own party, aud nome very revolt?
ing stories of his personal bab ts
and private life are being told by
Democrats here.
A bill has been iutroduced into
the House to prohibit printing up.
on or attaching any advents; meat
tor public display, to an American
flag.
lu spite of Democratic opposi
tion the Senate has passed, and the
President signed the bill, classify?
ing all imported worsted goods as
woolen.
Secretary Proctor on Saturday
made a second allowance of $50,000
tor the Mississippi Hood sufferers.
This leaves a balance in his hands
ot $50,000 out of the $150,000 re?
cently appropriated by Congress.
Representative La Fay euc of Wis?
consin, made a telling point in fa?
vor of a protective tariff when he
said. "Tue Democrats denounced
the Republicau party when in 1833
it placed a duty on wire nails of 4
cents a pound. The duty bas stim?
ulate! the production of wire nails
and to day they are being sold at 2
cents and two tenth-i cents a pound
or just a little more than oue half
of the doty imposed."
Gen. John O. Fremont was so
overjoyed to learn, as he did last
week, that instead of owing the
Government $19,00(7 aa claimed by
the Treasury department some
-years ago, the Government owed
bim 02,600. that he fainted in the
I .
ellice. The mistake was m ide by a
cai Hes* book ko* per.
Tue Senate bas passed the armv
appropriation b.ll with au amend
itu ul pioviding tbat no alcoholic
liquors, beer or wine, shall bes ld
to enlisted men iu any canteen or
building in a garrison or military
post.
The House bas passed a bill giv
ing Wis. Parnell, mo ber of thc
leader of the liish party in the Brit
isb Houe-e of Commons, a pension
of $50 a mot tb. The pension is
givwu in consideration ot tbe ex'ra
ordinary aervi- e* ot Mrs. Parnell'-*
father, Admiral Chat les Stewart,
who served in the United St
navy for 71 consecutive years.
The Seuata befoie passing the
annual pension > pproptiatiou b.ll
adopted au amendmeut, thereto in?
creasing the number of pension
;>cies from ?MgbU*eu to twen
If
The Rowell Federal clectiou bill
which has beeu appro**ed by the
Republican caucus has beeu intro
du cod in the House, lt is al uo?t
the same as tbe Hoar bill now
pending tn the Senate, lt now
seems certain that a Federal elec
tion law will be enacted at the pres
ent session, though a few Republi
cans iu belli tbe House aud Senate
ate oppos* d to it.
Senator Edmunds is agaiu in his
cat, and be deuie* tu at be has
been ill aa was reponed, and says
it was only another case of "news
pieper duanes*."
Representative Morrill of Kansas
who has beeu represented by the
Democratic piecs as baling a caudi
date to succeed Senator Ingalls,
says that he has no idea of becom
iug a candidate tor tbe Senate, aud
he adds tnat Mr. lugalls is certaiu
of being reelected by a good ma
jority.
Th* murder, iu tbe jail ot Lexington,
S. C., of Willie Leaphart the young Ne?
gro convicted on manufactured evidenoe
of a criminal assault on a white girt,to
have the real ci un mal, and sentenced to
hang but, reedited ou tue day of execu?
tion by Gov. Richardson, to give time for
a motion for a new trial to be made, is
oue of those deeds tbat ut ike humanity
shudder; aud tho open detiiai.ee to tbe
authorities to punnah the perpetua torn, re
veals b comlitien of lawlessness unparal
lolled even iu 'our superior civilization;"
but as tbe swine! tn not all out \et, we
will await further dove Opulent before giv
ing our readers a review of tbe cate.?
New Orleans Crusader.
Tbe Regulators of Iberia parish have be
gun auew their bloody work. It is elec
tum year aud they begin early. On the
Dight ?>f Apiti 29, tbe room of Louis Lock,
an industrious colored laborer on tho
Balla (..rove pim ta tiot) was invaded by a
gang of red li anded criminals, who took
him out in tho yard aud baibaroasly shot
him to death. Lock's roo <i ail joined tbat
of the overseer, who heard the struggle
for life but did not dare como to the as
sistauce ol the uufortnnate victim of tbe
white Comanches. No cause is assigned
for the crime and no arrest has been made
but tbe District Attorney bas given the
perfunctory aegurauce that be will no hts
utmost to bring the guilty parties to pan
ishiuent. Auton!? New Orleans Crusa?
der.
lTtOM LYN* .IK? Kt..
Y. M. C. .1, Organized-Social CU*.
Lynchburg, Va, May ll, 1890.
To the Kditor of the Planet ;
The Lynchburg Y. M. 0. A. is
doing admirably well. We have
titted out a very nice reading room
for our young men aud receives
weekly many colored newspapers
for which we are thankful.
Last week the Association re?
ceived from Rev. John A. Broadus
of Louisville, Ky , a flue selection
of books and papers, we feel very
grateful. Tbe Association will be
set apart as a branch of the Grand
body by Mr. Williams of the Rich?
mond Y. M. C. A. on the 10th.
the officers will be elected on that
night. 1 am quite sure that Mr.
S. M. Slaughter will be elected
President and fdr. W. R. Smith,
Secretary.
The Va, gentlemen's club is
doing very well; Lawyer R. W.
Rose, is Pres. Mr. \V. ll. Ward,
Sec. and M. David Whitlock,
Treas. This is not a club of young
politicians, non-partisan, non-sec
tarian, but au entirely independent
club of vouug gentlemen who have
bauded themselves.together for a
moral, intellectual and financial
benefit. They elected to represent
them iu the convention that met
at Richmond Mr. J. A. Crawford
and R. W. Rose.
We iutend to help those young
meu that help themselves. Our
race will look upon us as a blessing
and the public shall feel our
influence. J. A. C.
MANCHESTER NOTES.
The Sabbath School Union met on
last Sunday afternoon with the First
Church Sunday School. The atten?
dance was quite large. Several schol?
ars from various schools rendered some
fine selections, after which Misses Lil?
lie S. Moon and Francis A Logan read
excellent essays relating to Sunday
school work. Mrs Julia E Cousins read
her selections admirably well. Mr
Wm Moon being appointed to address
the Union responded and stated that as
one Moon had just left the rostrum, and
he ssw present the Suu of the State
Sabbath Schools, therefore it gave him
pleasure to introduce the Sun of the
State Sunday school Convention, Presi?
dent R T Hill, who delivered au elo?
quent and pointed address, urging up?
on the young men and young women to
rally to the support of the Sabbath
schools and make them what they
should be. Mr. R J Bass, president of
the Richmond Union, was then Intro?
duced, and delivered a few pointed and
instructive remarks. After <t collection
the Union adjourned to meet with the
2nd church Sunday school in June.
One of Mr Nathan E Johnson's frame
dwellings, situated on Hull street bet.
11th and 12th, was almost totally de
stroyed by tire on last * rlday night,
between twelve and one o'clock, and
but for the prompt response of the Ure
company raucn more damage would
have been done. The dwelling mostly
burned was occupied by Mr. Thornton
Randolph and he barely escaped with
his wife and child. He lost all of his
household good* aud quite a large sum
of money. The house occupied by Mr.
Johnson, which is only a few feet away
was also damtged to quite an ex ent.
Mr Johnson's io->s ls estimated at $1,500
and Mr Randolph's at $1,000. Tbe ori
gin of the fire is unknown. This proper?
ty is situated in the business part of the
city, next to Beattie's Block, and te the
most valuable owned by any colored
min in the city. Both houses were in
sured, which will only partially cover
tbe loss. The furniture of Mr Rind lid.
was not injured. Thev have the sj m
pa'hv of the entire con uiunity
Rev A Binga Jr left on la>t Tuet*day
for Liberty, Va to attend the Kaptis*
state Convention which convaned <>n
Wednesday.
The suit of Mr. Th >mi8 Tucker
against Blanton A Co for the death of
hl? father, caused by falling over a steep
cut at the brick yard owned by the firm
which has been in (%-urt for nearly live
years, was decided in favor of Mr.
Tuc ker, on last Thursday. The jurr,
all whiie, rendered a verdict lot $350.
Mr. Tucker will now enter suit again t
the city. A prominent colored lawyer
of Richmond will be his counsel, so we
are in termed.
Mrs Martha A. Hughes and her daugh
fer Bertha, who ate in New Yotk and
Mrs. Anna Brooks and her daugh er,
Lillie, v.ho are in Phi'adelphU, aie ex?
perted home nixt week.
T?>e marriage of Mr. Henry Robinson
to Mrs Mary E Mane, took place ou
last Thursday at 2 30 o'clock, p m. at
tba First Baptist Church. Rev A Bin
ga Jr, performed the ceremonv. Messrs
Wm Moon and Randolph Robinson
were ushers. After tbe ceremony Mr
and Mrs Robinson boarded tbe south
bound train for tn extended trip South
May their life be a happy one.
M.
A Literary Club.
A grand couo *rt and exhih ition given
by the "John Mitchell, Jr., Literary
Club'' of Chester Va., od Monday evening
April 7, la**90. Thin club was organized in
December last by Mrs. J E. Brown, aud is
composed mostly of young ladies and gan
tlemon It bas in it some of as tine talent
as nan be foun<t most anywhere and never
did it show itself better than on the
above Damed night. A crowded bouse of
tbe friends aod relatives of these young
people greeted them on the opening of
tbe service. The president*, Mr. Charles
Fibber, being absent at i h ? opening of
tbe service, R*?v. W. It. Br* wt of the Rich
mond Theological Seminary, was request?
ed to act as tttage manager, which be did.
calling off a splendid programme wbicb
waa well leadered.
Opening: tonging by the club, prayer
by Rev. J. E Brown. Mr. Editor, it was
my intention as well as tbe wish of the
club that tbe readers of the PLaNtr
sboald have a tull report of this grand eu
tertainment, bur, su-ideu ilinei? prevented
me from writing and even nov* I am not
well enough to write much. Bat in tbe
near futnre this S&*i club is to Lave an?
other enteit .turnout and the Pla.net and
its render* shall have a full report (ind
tbe PLbNkt have tbe money for publish?
ing il) of it. Frof "W. B. Brown sang
several solos and be and the Madame*!.
E Brown wang a duet.
lion. J. W. Jones of Port Wahball, and
his charming wife, aa well as others
from tbe same place graced tbe occasion
wtiu their pret>ouoo. J aft" is a jolly good
fellow a id always has plenty of fun
wherever he goes. Tue young ladies at?
tending tbe N >rmal sohool from Chester
and Centralia, bl in*.et Mamie K White,
Kinma Rowlet, Mary E Rose and Lucy
Hewlett Being home taking huhday, ad
ded pleasure to tbe occasion by being
present and taking part. Mr Joseph C
Brown and Mr. Morris from tbe Normal
School Petersburg, were present. All nf
these ytautig people acted their part welt
anti tbe young ladies and gent lem. n from
the Normal.Sohool aa *r*>ll oe maoy oth
ere ol tbe elah show that some day in tbe
near future they will be bright et Hrs in
the literary world. J. E BROW*
Aaltltraa, ."H.t.-,.
atti-*. Wi"Nf-. ->'!?,. I,I .h*)l
fal raMd wlraraol.il 1 t;
\lev**tbelatU' h,tll-ser?toin.x'; itproalueesn itiual,
jaiet aleep, nnd th*little, bomb Awake*,.,* "?t.rt.jh*
u a button." It ts aery pleaaant ti taata. Il
?ootha* tha ch:li,*ofte!iBllie?;um?,alUT?aJlpala,
IragulaXe* ttl bowe1 *, and ia tb* baat known rvmasd y
for dlarrhobw, abetaev arlaing front. InnTMnf tai
rawtaw oauaaa. Tventy-flva aanb a boMia.
"Jack shall pipe and Oil! shall dance
just as long out in the open barn as they
please. The free born American citi?
zen don't fear neuralgia with Salvatiou
Oil to the front. Price only 25cts.
-THE?
CLEVELAND
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I also solicit shipments of the articles
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romi t returns will he made of all
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WOMAN'S Weakest and strongest points of character How conceited peo
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mind and harmonious character in contrast
IT EXPOSES * DENOUNCES the great schemes of confidence men and
blackmailers The definition of a blackmailer Where the worst class is found
Two general classes of confidence men Games practiced on country people
M<vk Auction sales snd the tricks practiced there professional bubolabs
Tho panel game Dead beats How clerks and book keepers operate How
ladies play the confidence game How a wealthy man was coufldeneed by a
woman. The arte and tricks aud ingenious devices of bid women black
ka i li no How business men are victims. How to resist aud countsuract Kater
ral cataaea Scandals Tbe undercurrent ol society. Ladies who are too liberal
'heir sentii'
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Address*
John Mitchell Jr.
- - RICHMOND, VA.
814 E BROAD ST,
PHILLIP BROWN,
MINT "SALOON
1500 E. Broad St.
WINES & LIQUOIiS.
Open Day and Night
-Hot 5 Cent Luuches.
Give him a ceil.
/GEORGE W LEWIS
ATTORNEYat LAW
820 E Broad Street
ty Practices in tbe courts of tbe
city of Richmond and in .
and Federal courts.
HPKspecial attention given to
the examination of titles andtli
preparation ol leg*! papers.
I OOBERTWALKER,
CV 1613 E. Broad St.
Dealer lo Groceries, Confectioneries,
Wood A tal also at 1318 East
Franklin St. BOARDING A LODG?
ING, at reaao nable rates. Come
1HOMPSON A JOHNSON,
325 North 17th Street,
?Dealers In?
WINES, LIQUORS
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
Prompt Attention. Call and
Give ns a trial. Satisfaction Gua
an teeo
.
MUSIC LESSONS
Instructions given in Piano Fobtb
Organ, Voice. Practice in Sight S luging
ann Chorus, also Instruments for prac
tlce at reasonable rates.
MRS. R. K. JONES
690 St- Janaes Street
THIS PAPER ES?E?
*!i*B*t**pap?**T A tvortialng Buroavu (10 Sprues
gtsssrsz yew YORK
%w*ms4* rte** lt ?? li-5"* aMaTl-e
Tl EZEKIAH CURTIS,
OE AT,EB IN
FINE WIN MS, LIQUORS, CIGAR1
TOBACCO:
It HM urila aad Pool
Beer on draught. Meals furnish J
All patronage of ti>e public ls solicit td.
The stock strictly first class
612 E. Broad St
TINCO LN FLATS.
NEW YORK.
261 and *263 West 47th Street,
Between Broadway and Sth Ave.
For respectable colored families only
Rent from tr9.
Apply to Wm. R. Mason, Agent.,
269 West 34th street or to
Janitor on preini *?*
NOT SECOND HANDED BUT
NEW AT TUB
G ace St. Clothing House.
Fine Dress Hats, Snits, Hats, Caps
Boots and Shoes, Calicoes Cot
ton and Notions Going
Cheap. I am selling
my entire stock
at reduced prices.
tl <! GASS,
1717 East Grace St., Richmond, Va.
O T. HILL:
AOTMRY <PU<BLIC
?For the city of Richmond.?
All classes of Affidavits and depo?
sitions taken. tySpecial at?
tention paid to taking ot
acknowledgments of
deeds and other
writings.
Savings Bank. U. O. T. E 105 W.
Jackson Street,.
Residence: 733N. 8rd ISt.
I**?" Subscribe to the Richmond
Planet if _ you want the general
news.
B F TURNJ.R & CO;
820 ? Broad
?I0HM01*D I VIRGINIA
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Kents Collected
Loans Negotiated
ty AH business promptly at
tended.
JOHN M IUUGIMS
-DEALER IN
bolce, Uronrim, I .iq tao.
winks and cigars,
S**f"*Pure Goods. Full Value for th
money.
No. 1610 Franklin Street,
Near Old Market.
Richmond, Virginia.
W CARY,
-DEALER IN STOVES-^--,
-AND
PRACTICAL STOVE REPAIRER
All kiuda^of stoves repaired. Spe
attention given to old and
modern patterns?Tram
1840 to 1883.
Goods sold at the lowest pric
Satisfaction Guaranteed. (Jilla
be convinced..
W*m M Monroe*
1430 E. FRANKLIN STREET
?DEALER IN?
Fine Wines, Liquors. (Jigars and
Tobacco.
(Billiards & (Pool
tdtTPoIite attention. Call and en?
joy yourself.
WI
Unaertaking Room
-AND
1IVIKV MIAOLK
23 A 25 west Broad Street..
Opposite Brooke Ave. Richmond Virginia
HACK
FOR HIRE FOR HIRE
m??^LOHkTXO t3BO.^
R
RANDOLPH,
17 South First St.
CIGAR MANUFACTURER
-bbTSLIOKE-"Never Mind" '-Spanish
Crowu," and
Randolph's ''Favorite'* ** ^.T
These favorite brands are made
fiom the finest imported tobacco.
Careais, ami Trad* Mark* obtained, aad all I
Boatuaai co ad uo tad for Montera ta Te mm.
Uar OfBca la Op po al to IT. 8. Fataal Ot
lc*. We har* OO sob aaeacciea, au MtrataaraB
direct, banca caa tnxnaaxt patent ballineen ta aa
Bm* aad at laa* o?>*t than taow MaoM timm
Warablcatoa.
Brand modal, drawtaa, ar phot*., wttB
""*? adYl?* li* paten table WI'
Oar faa not ana till patent la i
ftc, " How to Obtain Patcnte,"
aramaa to actual clienta In rom MUki, esmsny, ss
anwTt, ema* fra*. Address,
C. A SNOW A CO.
**a t a ai*. raa^*,..* A*J1 ? ? al a alb *..*?? Bfc_ ra
WkSkJSSSS Taaraai WataBa tl SmMJmCISm? m? B?
Mob. Wb adria* li* petentable or not, fun kt
?barf*. Oar faa not ana till patent is aaaorad.
A book, " How to Obtain Patents," with
I890'g
FLORAL GUIDE.
The Pioneer Seed Catalofue of America, contain* com
pine list ol Vegetables, Flower*. B<ulb?, Potatoes and
Snail Fruits, wah descriptions and prices. Department
of Specialties and all Worthy Norelties. Same shape
and style as prored so satisfactory last year. Bf any new
and elegant illustrations, handsome colored plate Sxio***
inches, and frontispiece. Special Ca*ta Prisca $1000.00,
nee Piara! Quida. Eeery person who owns a few* at
land or cultivates a plant should hare a eraay. Mailed an
receipt of io cent*, which amount may be deducted fran
ant order. Abridood Catalogue Fra*. Bur* Stocks,
rull ??astir*. r*Tlo?s Low for Baaast Ceods.
JAMBS VIC.C. latinaMalt, IraBTfratratraT.HaT.
STORE TOILET.
A splendid Store For Bent at
Centralia crossing. Centralia mis
eleven miles from Richmond and
three and a half miles from Ches?
terfield Court House and is the
point at which persons attending
court, leave the trains from Rich?
mond and Petersburg ;to take bug?
gies and wagons etc., to the Court
House. Besides, families are quite
thickly settled around Centralia
and any live and polite person
could make this quite a business
centre?being half way between
Richmond and Petersburg and
Chester just two miles above.
13FReason able terms. Apply
at the Savings Bank. 105 w Jack,
son street city. We have also sev?
eral half acre lots at this point for
sale on the most liberal terms.
Parties wishing to buy will find
this a profitable investment.

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