Race and Place Newspapers

Richmond Planet

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Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: July 30, 1892 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
Article Transcripts

Page 4

Column 2
Charlottesville Letter.

Transcript of Article


There will be a grand military parade, bayonet exercises, sham battle, etc. at the Fair Grounds of the Piedmont, Industrial & Land Improvement Company, August 8th.

We learned that Miss Lizzie Martin and Mr. John L. Harriss, both of this city, were married in Atlantic City, N. J. recently. May success attend their efforts.

A grand old-time camp meeting is in progress, conducted by the A. M. E. Church.

Mr. Albert W. Bullock, after spending a pleasant time with friends and relatives left for Jersey City Thursday at 5 p. m. His many friends were sorry for him to depart.

Mr. J. H. Ferguson, teacher of the 2nd Bible Class of the First Baptist Sunday School, was taken sick, and was unable to teach his class.

Mr. A. Patterson has completed a handsome dwelling on South Fourth St.

Miss Rosa Coles is visiting in Staunton.

Mr. Thomas Buckner and wife are in the city.

Mr. Henry Martin made a flying trip to Washington, D. C.

Mrs. Isaac Taylor and daughter, after spending several weeks here, left for their home, Staunton, Va.

Miss Mary Bullock has returned from Lynchburg, where she has been attending the Summer Normal.

Mr. Jon A. Brown has a full stock of groceries.

Mrs. Fannie Summons has returned from her trip to Jersey City. Long Branch, Asbury Park and New York.

Your correspondent and manager here is showing the PLANET to the front. Pay up friends, pay up.

Summary of Article
Reports on general society notes of Charlottesville's colored citizens.

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