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OF BLANKET DIET ORANGOUTANG IN NEW YORK ZOO DEVELOPS A REMARKA BLE APPETITE. SAVED BY EVJNENT SURGEON Animal Is Given Strong Sleeping Po? tions and Unusual Meal la Safe? ly Removed from His Interior. New York.? with D and which un I f e. of tb? BronT forv??? sight. II?? ?>? his ? as a callo BttOBl .tnket. This blau mens? bis I The I.itc. Dohoi -oniis ing aa Blair, roti 1 l>r. llanlow Hi th of whom ar? son. | cided. aft. Ill and tl ! to b<? ition \x:i Dob? acqn: on of ia this, he I.?. and ? ? traor : suiting W ? ??? of the zoo. It wa ve Do hoag of the parts of the blanl. bad swallow Rather than perl h a diffi? cult ' of an ?min? known surgeon was burn ? g and the blank 1 upon the op? erating table. Donor.? e?aa I with a Uberai aappl Bgaa their work . care? fully rein? >rilice and vermiform a, laid The OrangOutang Undergoing an Operation. bare to the view of ihe scientis? ts sufficlei ' ? Dohong was almo?' ? the job was completed, and it . lleven is on the swift road to recovery. It is said that tbe eminent Manhattan surgeon who officiated In the case will recelre tbe aaaa al ??,??? for his official services. Thoroughly wrapped In bandages Dohong refused to meet any of the callers at the zoo to-day. In riew of Dohong's newly acquired fame it may be interesting to know something of his career in this coun? try. Dr. Blair, one of the attending physicians, said that Dohong came to this country with bis mother about a?re years ago. His fond parent was ?ery much atta? bed to her offspring, but she disliked her new home, and ae a result of her r? fusai to take any form of nourishment, she died several days after her arrival at the Bronx park zoo. After the death of bis mother tbe officials at the zoo took Dohong In hand and be was raised on the bottle The official* do ??led to make a sci? entific study of their new boarder, and Dohong was allowed, figuratively speaking, to work out his own salva? tion. This native of Horneo one day last summer broke into science and, like Archimedes of Syracsse. be dis coxarod ?kPto pf ihe levei, With. ?fee. horizontal h.-tr In his cage he prl?>d his way into the corridor. He is an en? C btcycBBt, an authori? BsBBBOra, a about taking up a FASHION'S DECREE FOR COMING SEASON. THE Voiles, S:!?.s, Cashmeres and the Ltfce Will Have Precedence? Seroe Cor es in Many of the Wonderful New Shades. It 1- ! now that an :ory mo?' . s esse and ?i the nst two ees ? rally fol - I] oth? ers, a) ?. nio ? :h plain and 1 into ? silk. ' ? rate al thing of t Bad Ughi plain. : and striped; pon f all the silks and bra their kind of hi oo of will ? [? tbe ra ? while Bp in new ioga. ? ::ly an ba? ll in all the won : ? tints, aad it will as It has a' for tbe fiar? .. deep thr?-e In in. tOO of this k, but Btitch :< vers, one of the sergo and tb of taf and a ta and two f the trtangular-al ? tb the llnish to t?.? was leal of the suits a ? along. ALL AT ONCE. Against his ? nr-bon* BBS* Musi Ing face ah*? .\%Kffi BUB If he loved her, and H? ?aid of course he Bit that ata eot content the siri. If I was your first lu That wa? the moment when he scorned To ti lb the tr I ? waa a 1 most .th. n't quite ?ay you w.^r?> my first, Tl.- .va So 1 Good for the Health. Jen: horse about ten Inches at ' Howdy? do. Blinks? I .aek-riding is good for the health, don't you? Bliake? 1 you will be "Laugh and grow : . ? .. .ekly. MADE IN PARIS. "They say Mazie's newly acquired wealth has gone to her head." "Yes, she's wearing not ng but im? ported millinery!"?Chir ??o Journal. Suicide Names Grave Diggers. Stroudsburg. Fa?George S Felk er, a resident of Kellersvill". commit? ted suicide by drinking carbolic acid. Felker, who lived alone, dressed him? self in new clothing, carefully combed bis bair and wrote a note giving di rectioas concerning his alTairs. naming his grave diggers. He also wrote a Judgment note for $101 to an acquaintance and tied a handkerchief about hi* neck to prevent the aid from staining his clothes. About ten days , ago Felker had some words with his j wife and ehe went to live with a ala? bar. ff* MU, ft* ta '-???V M? I r4 >*? i* rM rM m ??? ?h? f IX tt J ? i-4. m ?M m f?t m ?toss? sso?fJ ?f^aBaossssssss? oLas ol assssoBa >JL A "l" as "?1?1 aa "j- as ^* at ?s/ ss ^ as tWtw W 4***? 4HCHHMH? -?? ???t??? HHfr 4*4??4????4^0?4*^?4^ IT WILL PAY YOU lllittT ****ttt .a. l-j. tit 4f ?g) To interest yourself in promot- if ing the CIRCULATION of the || RICHMOND PLANET.1 l!l 4*4? SHOULD YOU DESIRE ANY COLORED St? JOURNAL IN THE UNITED STATES. WE WILL ?t? SEND IT TO YOU IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ? ??? bb^bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb IN ORDER TO FURTHER INCREASE OUR STEADILY CROWING CIRCULATION WE WILL OFF :>:.;> IF YOU WILL TALK WITH YOUR NEIGH? BORS AND INTEREST THEM IN THE PLANET. WE WILL HELP YOU TO OBTAIN A PREMIUM. kf PLANET AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE FOR BOTH. \ WE WILL SEND YOU ?^'THE PLANET AND THE ST LOUIS. MISSOURI. SEMI-WEEKLY GLOBE DEMOCRAT. ONE OF THE LEADING :?\ REPUBLICAN JOURNALS IN THE UNITED ? STATES FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BOTH. WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BOTH. WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND # McCLURE'S MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YEAR r FOR BOTH. FOR TWO YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS OR THEIR EQUIVALENT. WE WILL SEND PIC? TURES. ONE ONLY. OF PRESIDENT THEO? DORE ROOSEVELT. DR. BOOKER T. WASH? INGTON. BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. LAND BAT? TLE OF QUASIMAS NEAR SANTIAGO. JUNE 24. 1898. SHOWING THE NINTH AND TENTH COL? ORED CAVALRY IN SUPPORT OF ROUGH RI DERS. SIZE 20X28 AND 20X24 INCHES. LAND BATTLE AND CHARGE OF THE 24TH & 25TH !) COLORED INFANTRY IN RESCUE OF ROUGH RIDERS AT SAN JUAN HILL. JULY 2. 1898. SIZE 20X28 AND 20X24 INCHES. ADMIRAL DEWEVS GREAT NAVAL BATTLE OFF CAVITE IN MA? NILA BAY. MAY 1ST, 1898. NAVAL BATTLE. DESTRUCTION OF ADMIRAL CERVERA'S SPANISH FLEET OFF SANTIAGO DE CUBA. JU? LY 3RD. 1898. SIZE 22X28 INCHES; LAND BAT? TLE. CAPTURE OF EL CANEY. EL PASO AND FORTIFICATIONS OF SANTIAGO. JULY FIRST AND SECOND. 1898. SIZE 22X28 AND 22X27 INCHES. WE WILL SEND YOU ONE OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON THE SAME TERMS. THE PICTURES LIKE THE OTHER BATTLES ARE FINISHED IN COLORS. THEY ARE 22X28 INCHES AND RE? TAIL AT ONE DOLLAR EACH. WE WILL FURNISH FRAMES FOR ANY OF THESE FINE CHROMOS FOR 2 DOLLARS & 50CTS. EACH AD DITIONAL BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BAT TLE OF SHILOH. BATTLE OF FIVE FORKS. VA.. BATTLE OF ATLANTA. GA.. BATTLE OF SPOTTSYLVANIA. VA.. BATTLE OF VICKS BURG. MISS.. BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUN? TAIN, TENN.. BATTLE BETWEEN THE MONI? TOR AND THE MERRIMAC. BATTLE OF BULL RUN. VA.. BATTLE OF CHANCELLORS VILLE. BATTLE OF THE BIG HORN. (CUSTER'S LAST CHARGE) STORN4JNG OF FORT WAGNER. S. C. (COLORED TROOPS IN THIS FIGHT). ???? ? OF NEW ORLEANS. LA.. CAPTURE AND , ??? OF SITTING BULL. THE GREAT IN? DIAN CHIEFTAIN; FORT PILLOW MASSACRE. FALL OF PETERSBURG. VA., BATTLE OF WIN? CHESTER. VA.. BATTLE OF OLUSTEE. FLA. WE WILL SEND FAMILY RECORD. SIZE 22 BY 28. WHICH CONTAINS SPACE FOR PHOTO GRAPHS OF PARENTS AND TEN CHILDREN. WE WILL SEND SOLDIERS WAR RECORD (CER TIFICATE OF SERVICE IN UNITED STATES AR? MY.) FOR FIVE NEW SUBSCRIBERS. FOR ONE YEAR EACH. OR THEIR EQUIVA? LENT. WE WILL SEND YOU A COPY OF UN? CLE TOM'S CABIN. THE MOST INTENSELY IN? TERESTING BOOK IN THE COUNTRY. WE WILL SEND YOU A GOLD-PLATED BROOCH WITH YOUR PICTURE THEREIN. YOU TO FURNISH THE PHOTOGRAPH. ONE FOUN? TAIN PEN. GOLD POINT; ONE LADIES RING. ONE BREAST-PIN. GOLD FILLED; HALF DOZ? EN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. ONE ALARM CLOCK. ONE DOZEN NAPKINS. ONE HALF DOZEN TOWELS. ONE CHOCOLATE POT. ONE PAIR VASES. ONE PAIR KID GLOVES. ONE HAM. ONE TURKEY. FOR TEN NEW SUBSCRIBERS WE WILL SEND ONE CHINA SET. THIRTY-ONE PIECES; ONE NECKLACE; DICKENS. SHAKES? PEARE, BYRON WORKS; ONE UMBRELLA. 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