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Charlottesville, Sept. 19, 1893. [special]
There was a grand concert given at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church last Thursday night which was a grand success. Get ready for
the coming moonlight excursion to Washington, D.c., on Saturday night 23rd.
The Planet's representative, heard a young man ask an undertaker was he good on wrestling, the latter replied no, but he could
do as much boxing as any other undertaker could.
Messrs. Geo. Jones and M. Brown have returned home.
Miss Fannie Gilmore of Charleston, West Va., who has been visiting relatives and friends in New York City stopped in this
city one day last week on her return home.
Mr. James Bullock is in the city.
Buy the Planet and thereby you will learn of the progress of your race, intellectually, financially and socially.
Miss Rosa Jackson left the city last week for Richmond, Va.
Mr. B. Eizell has returned home from the springs.
Mr. Wm. H. Parago was indisposed a few days last week.
Mr. George Washington is able to be out again after a long spell of sickness.
Mr. Wm. Brown of Ridge St., has returned home.
Read the planet and learn what the race is doing, every time you borrow a paper you cheat the editor.
Miss Sallie Simpson left the city last Sunday for Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Edward Dickerson has returned home from Capon Springs.
Do you subscribe to the Planet if not send in your subscription at once.
The rain did great damage here last week.
Little Albert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams of SOuth 12th St., was very sick last week.
Summary of Article
This article provides a general synopsis of current events in Charlottesville. During the past week, the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church held a concert that was deemed a grand success and the community was continuing preparations for an excursion to Washington,
D.C. In addition, the article highlights the itineraries of various individuals in Charlottesville and the surrounding cities.
For example, this week, James Bullock is visiting Charlottesville and Miss Rosa Jackson has left the city for a short trip