Race and Place Newspapers

Richmond Planet

Newspaper Information
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: May 24, 1890 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
Article Transcripts

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FROM CHARLOTTESVILLE. Marriage-Death-Churches-Entertainments.

Transcript of Article

The delegates to the Convention have returned, Mr. S. Saunders went instead of Mr. Kelser as his business would not allow him to go.

Rev. Barksdale, of Danville, Va., preached at the First Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. His text for the evening was 11th chapter of the Acts, 26 verse. His discourse was listened to with much interest.

We are glad to note that the two churches are moving on prosperously. Through some misunderstanding they are not in union, but still they are not at war with each other we are glad to say.

Rev. A. Truatt has been confined to his room for several days, but we are glad to see him out again.

Miss Polly Cary and Mr. Philip Pass, were joyfully married and passed to Lynchburg, Thursday night May 15th.

Miss Alice Gatewood and Mr. Wm. Minor, will be married Thursday May 22d at 3 p.m. We wish them a long life and much happiness.

Miss Cornelia Martin, daughter of Henry and Patsy Martin, died Monday in the 13th year of her age. Her funeral was preached by Rev. Robinson at Mt. Zion Church. Many tears were shed when her dying words were told the congregation. She is now at rest.

Tell everybody to call at Alexander and Bullock's every Saturday and get the PLANET. It will pay them to call and buy their groceries, as they sell cheaper than any other house in the city for cash. Goods delivered. Don't forget, Alexander and Bullock's University Ave. near Harris' foundry.

Summary of Article
Reports "Marriage,Death Churches and Entertainment" in including, the status of the relationship between the two black churches in Charlottesville.

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