Race and Place Newspapers

Richmond Planet

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Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: October 01, 1892 (Wednesday)
Frequency: weekly
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Prayer meeting that has been in progress for two weeks at the First Baptist church, closed on Friday night, the 16th instant.

The excursion to Washington left the V. M. Junction about 11:20 o'clock Saturday night, carrying seven counties filled to overflowing and returned Monday morning about 6:30. Quite an enjoyable time was spent.

Mr. Chas. Coles and Mrs. Rosa Coles are expected to go to Washington to spend the fall.

Mr. Jas. F. Allen, who has been visiting his parents in the city, left for Washington on the 17th instant.

Mr. Burnett Watkins left the city for Baltimore, Wednesday afternoon on the 5:10 train.

Miss Laura Terrel who has been visiting her aunt, left for Washington Saturday.

Miss Sallie Sampson of South 12th Street, left for Baltimore Saturday.

Mr. Rolls Pleasant has returned from the Warm Springs.

An evening [illegible portion] Mrs. Henry Martin [illegible portion] guests were Miss Laura Terrill, Virginia Allen, Bettie Flanagan and Mrs. Alice Lucas, and Messrs Clarence Lewis, R. F. Brown and Wm. H. Parago.

Mr. Abram Superal is very sick at his residence.

Don't forget the Grand Fair and Exposition to be held here on the 12th, 13th and 14th of October.

Mr. Wm. H. Parago, the former correspondent of this paper has purchased a fine lot of sheet music. He is also agent for all kinds of sheet music. He is a musician of extraordinary skill.

We are sorry to know and see so many boys concealed in some barn or private place shooting crap, and loafing on Sunday, instead of going to the House of God. Look out , boys, the Planet corespondent will show you up.

Mr. Eugen Dickerson has returned to the V. N. and C. I. of Petersburg.

Mr. Robert Clayton died last Friday, the 9th inst.

Mr. Samuel Howard passed through the city last week en route to V. N. and C. I.

Mr. Silas R. Jackson, a recent graduate of the Jefferson graded school of this city, will teach at Free Union this session. We hope him success.

Summary of Article
General society notes concerning Charlottesville's colored residents.

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