Race and Place Newspapers

Richmond Planet

Newspaper Information
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Date of Publication: July 15, 1893 (Saturday)
Frequency: Weekly
Article Transcripts

Page 01

Column 01
Personals and Briefs

Transcript of Article

Mrs. J. Francis Robinson has returned from Charlottesville where she was pleasantly entertained by her many friends who loaded her down with presents both valuable and useful.

Summary of Article
This section provides information about the travels of local community members. This week Mrs. J. Francis Robinson returned from her trip to Charlottesville.

Column 03
A Glorious Fourth

Transcript of Article

Tuesday, July 4th was a lively day here. The Sunday school Picnic was carried on that day at Craven's Woods. The Sunday School Scholars marched out about eleven that morning to the above named place headed by the Basic City band and in the afternoon about 3 o'clock the Base Ball game was played by the Mother Husbands and the Phalanx both of this city, the Phalanx being victorious.

Mr. A.F. Angel the correspondent and agent of this paper left for the Mountain top Springs, Monday 3rd.

Rev. L. Baxter Goodall left the city Saturday for a trip to the World's Fair.

Mr. Warner Jackson continues very ill.

Summary of Article
This article highlights the July 4th events in Charlottesville. The Sunday School held a picnic and a baseball game was played between the Mother Husbands and the Phalanx, both of Charlottesville.

Page 03

Column 06
The World's Rates, via. Chesapeake and Ohio Ry.

Transcript of Article

The round trip rates to the World's Fair via C. & O. Ry. will be as follows:

From Norfolk $27.60.

" Richmond $25.35.

" Lynchburg $22.70.

" Charlottesville $22.70.

And other coupon ticket stations in Virginia west of Lynchburg and Charlottesville $22.35.

These tickets will be on sale April 28th to October 29th good for return until Nov. 15th, and will be good to stop over at the Springs and Mountain Resorts on its line between Richmond and Lowell West Virginia in both directions.

Summary of Article
This is an advertisement for train rides to the World's Fair offered by the C. & O. Ry station. The round trip fair from Charlottesville is $22.70.Jno D. Potts, D.P.A, C. & O. Ry. Richmond, Virginia

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