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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 June 1898

?L ??5?./>^aw- ? ? ?- ( 8ATURI>\\\ |i'Ni: l. 1898. WASHINGTON LETTER CERVERAS SQUADRON PENNED UP. President ricKinley Re? views Volunteers. Government Printiug Office to Get from Under Civil Service. (From Our R gular Correspondent.) Washington D. C., May 81, 1898. President McKinley and Secretsrj Long are satined from iniormatior they have receivtd. official and other? wise, that Commodore Schley has tin Spanish H->et penned up in the harboi at Santiago de Duba, but the invasior of Cuba will not be ordered until Com modore Schley has officially reported that the Spanish fleet m in Santiagf harbor. This report may be made tri} hour. If the Spanish il->et is there, i will be helpless to do us any harm and will in the end be absolutely bound to be captured or des'royi'd. Although a portion of the volunteei army is atill unprovided with all need ed equipments, there are more thai 26,000 men, about three-fourths regu lara, ready for embarkatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 4 June 1898

^ms SATURDAY, J SAFE LANK IN CUBA. The FJorida Expediton, With Arms ?TssMMav and Ammunitions JULIO SANQUILLY IN THE PARTY. Tbe Brave Cuban Will Humble Him? self Before General tiomez, aud Will Probably Be Ordered to Fight In the Banka Joae Luoret Ia In Command. Key Weat. June L?The ?teamer Florida returned here yesterday, after lu a vina successfully landed a most Im? portant expedition in Cuba. The Flor? ida sailed en the night of May 21 with nearly 400 men. These men and tha equipment eonstitute an expedition able to operate independently and to de? fend itself against any body of Spanish troops which might oppose lt. The expedition was under the com? mand ef Colonel Jose Lacret, formerly Insurgent commander in Matansas province. He assumed the direction of avffairs Immediately on the landing of the expedition. Until then General Joaquin Castillo wjas in control. In the landing of the expedition the United States army waa represented by Captain J. A. Dorst and Tomas Estrada Palma ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 June 1898

Ube ?nl^ iUbcbium fox HU Hbverttsers 2>esf rino Coloreb Copies' ftrabe. Circulation (Stiarantceo, Special Quotation** Tttpon large advertisements. Beerie Colored /f$m Sboulb f)a\>e TOs Journal in Ibfe "sbomc. trenna tn Hovance: $1.50 per gear. Sent to an? part of tnnitco States ano Canaoa. VOL. XV. NO- 26 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JUNE II. 1898. PRICE, 5 CENTS SIGNALING FROM GOVERF TO THE SANDY 1 forts slewed. Admiral Sampson Riddles the Defenses of Santiago. GREAT DAMAGE INFLICTED. A Torrent of Shells Fell Upon the Spanish Works. MARINES MAY HAVE BEEN LANDED Previous to the Bombardment Orders Were j Iasued to Avoid Firing on Morro Castle, as Lieutenant Hobson and His Brave Com? panions Are There Confined?The Brook? lyn Approached to Within Eight Hun? dred Yards of a Spanish Battery?Tha Spanish Fire Failed to Strike Our Ships. Kingston. Jamaica, June 8.?Tho American fleet Monday morning en? gaged the Spanish batteries defending the entrance of the harbor of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 June 1898

Witt. Published everv Saturday by John Sf Itch elL Jr at 311 N. Uh St. Richmond Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR All BS sa aiBfi lu li nae in in ii ri for publication aS? ala Sa saat so as to rvacb us Wednesday. * TERMS IN ADVANCE*, * ?Jua Copy, on* year,..,?.?.41-60 One Copy,eight mouths...~~.? LOS One Copy, six months,_. , -,_. .80 One ?opy, four months... .M One Cop**, three months,.40 Single Copy_. .?? ADVERTISING BATES. Rr one ineh, one lnsertloa.-.4 SO r ona Inch each subsequent Insertion For two laches, three months,.._.. a OS For two Inches, six months.- 1000 For two Inches, nine mon ths.14 00 For two Inches, twelve months...._SO00 Marriage and funeral notices..~ BS Standing and transient noUces per line..? 10 Ba* ma] hst "da l"br 1 th. ?c in| Vi th Fe at or 3 Ol cl Ol ta cl ly POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. thbPlahbt Ia issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls $1.60 a year.ia advance. There are rous wats by which mone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 June 1898

THE OLD INDIAN HERB MEDICINEMAN. The Gretest Healer of the Sick on Earth. eos 616 AND 618 NORTH EUTAW STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. Do You Love Health ? If so, Call and see THE OLD INDIAN HERB MEDICINE HAN 616 & 618 N. Entaw St. Baltimore, Md. Enclose Stamp for a Reply The Old Indian Herb Medicine Man, J. P. Kerr, 916 N. Eutaw Street, Balti? more, Maryland, the ereatest healer of the aiok and afflicted in the world. I cure the following diseases or 00 eharge: No one need fear. Heart disease, Consumption, Blood Kidney Bladder, Stricture. Rectal, Vertigo, Throat, Lung, Dyspepsia, In? digestion, Constipation, Rheumatism in any form, Pains and Aches of any kind. Catarrh of the stomach, Kidney, Bladder or Stomach or complaints ol any kind, Cold, Sore Throat, Bronchial troubles, Sores, Skin diseases, all itch? ing sensations, all female complaints La-Grippe or Pneumonia, Ulcers, Car? buncles, Boils, Demaciations or sunk? en perta, Pimplea on face and body, Disbets of the Kidneys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 11 June 1898

SATl'KPAY. JUNE 11.1*98 b] Cl Ci D ld B h ii h WASHINGTON LETTER SPAIN MAY Sf E FOR PEACE, Ibe Wai Revenue Bili WAS EXTRAVAGANTLY WASTED. All Volunteers May Vote. I From Our Regular Corrf spondpn*.] Washington. D C., June 8, 1 President McKinley believes, and every member of the Cabinet agrees with him, that the war movements now under way will as soon as they are successfully carried out, as they are certain to be, bring the war to a close by compelling Spain to sue for peace. These movements include the capture of Santiago de Cuba, upon which a combined attack is ta be made by the army and navy just as soon as the troops can be got into position?they have probably already been landed? and the capture or destruction ot the Spanish fleet in the harbor at that place. Just as soon as Santiago has been captured, the army and navy will make a combined move on Porto Rico, and when that island has been captur? ed it is believed that Spain will gladly evacuate Cuba in order to get peace. *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 June 1898

TEbe ?nl^ iUbcbium tfot HU Rovettfsers 2>csf rina Coloreb peoples' Urabe. Circulation ?uarantcco, Special ?notattont* "Upon Xaroe Hovertteemcnts. VOL. XV. NO- 27 ?"*? RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1898 Colored ,/fcatt Sboulb t>ave TCbfe 3ournaI in ?bte Ibome. Verms in Bovancc: $1.50 per Bear. Sent to ant part ot "Un Web States ano Canada. ?********************************************?****??*??*M~"^^?? PRICE, 5 CENTS GOV. TYLER REFUSES TO REMOVE COLORED OFFICERS GOV. J. HOGE TYLER h.as deckled that the Colored troops shall be commanded by their own Colored Officers. To remove them he declares would be to violate his oath of office, and he cannot comply with the wishes of those who made the demand npon him. Major J. B. Johnson of Richmond will command the First Battalion, Virginia Volunteer Infantry; and Major W. H. Johnson of Petersburg will command the Second Battalion, Virginia Volunteer Infantry. The War Department has decided to muster in both offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 June 1898

Published every F-aturdr Mitch ell. Jr at 311 N >ud Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR Alleoai-nunloationsinM-naed for publication ?tsoula b* sent ao aa to rssoh ns Wednesday. * TERMS IN ADVANCE. * One Copy, one *rear.~~.?...~.....Sl.60 On* Copy, eight months,.-.? LOS On* Copy, ala months,.-?.?. J?S One Copy, four months.-~?-..60 Ono Copy, three months..?.?0 bingle Copy_. ..OS ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one Insertion. * SO For one Inch each subsequent lnaerUon... SB "for tw* Inches, three mon thu,..~~..~ 6 08 For two Inches, six months.- 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months.-... *) 00 Marriage and funeral notices,.-. 60 Standing and transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPT! Ta a Pla if ar ls issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price lstl.&O a year, in advance. , There are rona wats by -which money can be Bent by mail at our risk?-in a Post Office Money Ord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 June 1898

8ATURDAY. JINK ls, Iftdt? WASHINGTON LETTER THE PRESIDENT TAKES THINGS COOLLY. i:> Generals Coppinger and Lee Ordered to be Ready to Embark. ADMIRAL 8AMPSCN REPORTS LIED TENANT HOBSOS'8 EXPLOIT. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) Washington, D. C., June 18. '98. Knowing that the very persons who are having the moat to say about the delay in getting Gen. Shafter'*- army to Santiago would have led the harsl criticism had the army met with am miahap on account of being moved be? fore everything was ready, and that the delay has been necessary and un? avoidable, President McKinley is tak? ing matters as coolly as the broiling spell of weather now upon Washington will allow bim. He knows that n< time has been wasted, and that not e will be; that Shafter's army is out f< r business, and that results are going tri follow its landing in Cuba. The ad ministration is not to blame because newspaper men who were not inform? ed of the real causes of delay printed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 18 June 1898

hen For Ula nut Kre 9*1* ign rea anc era sar ah< ort lax Pe "?^???W frc SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1898 BaAVE PATRICK .McGRA W. A poor boy but noble Was Patrick Mcgraw, The finest good fallow Tbat ever you saw. 'No mean thing for Patrick," Was ever his law, The bravest of mankind Was Patrick McGraw. He fought in his youth time With poverty strong. And early in manhood, He stood high among His richest compatriots, For nothing could awe The brave Erin laddy? Brave Patrick McOraw. When poor he was noble. And brave as the sea. When rich be did change not, For constant was be ; The same g *n'rous nature Which had ne'er a flaw, Still welcomed old friends of Brave Patrick McGraw. He once was a trudge boy, But now a stern Judge. Not a bit from the straight line Of right would he budge, Aud tho he presides in the High courts of law, Ye'll find 'neath the ermine, Brave Patrica* McGraw. From Judge, he was Colonel, Then General brave. His measure was full, now, Of ali he could crave ? He'd we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 June 1898

TEbe ?nl^ flfcebium tfor EU Hovertisets Beef ting Colored peoples' Uraoe. Circulation ?uavantcco, Special Quotation* TUpon Xar<je Boverticcmcnts. ^fijyfr VOL. XV. NO- SS RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 189S Colored dfcan Sboulb Ibave TEbte Journal In 1>te "foome. fcetrna in Bovancc: $1.50 |>cr J!?car. Sent to an? part of Taniteo States ano Canaoa, PRICE, 5 CENTS SAVAGES PUT A Colored Lady Husband In His Door with a Rep Crying?A Pil THE GOVERNMENT AT Y WHY TURN The Galveston, Texas, Nrw Idea 1 publishes the following correspond" I enee in its issue of June 18.1888l Puno, Collin Gk, Trxas, June 14, ISM The first tragedy in the history ?f Plano happened at 1:50 o'clock this morning at the home of Jake Cebron, colored, on Main Street, second house j south of the cotton belt depot. A par- j ty of white cappers who had visittd every Negro cabin in town, giving the inmates fro ai 4 to 10 days to leave town, appeared at Cebron's housj at the time abov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 June 1898

taned everyi ell. Jr st 311 K. Uh St. Richmond Va JOHK MITCHELL, JR., - EDITOR all communications in wnoed for publicaUon Shoals Se sent so aa to reach aa Wednesday. * TERMS IN ADVANCE. ? One Copy, one rear.~~?-..............*l.av One Copy, eUght months,. ? 1.0V One Copy. Six month*._.?_................ .80 One Copy, four months,......??.....- Mi One Copy, three months,.. .40 gingie Copy_. .OB ADVERTISING RATES. Tor one Inch, one luserUoa.- If 60 For one Inch each subsequent insertion... SB For two lac hes, three month*,.. ., 0 OS For two inches, six month*._ 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 14 00 For two Inches, twelve months.....?... SO 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 Standing and transient notloea per line.? 10 POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. 1'KiPi.iNiT la Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls $1.50 a year, tn advance. There are rora wats by which money can he sent hy mall at our risk?tn a Poet Office Money Order; h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 June 1898

THE SESSII The Public Scho< Septe: A List of the Fir FINE ATTENDANCE?TH! BOY IS NOW I IE AI The public schools of this city have ' concluded one of the most successful sessions during the entire period of their existence. The Richmond Normal School closed June 14, 1898. at the First Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. James H. Holmes, pastor, and the district schools closed at their respect ire buildings June 15th. To the untiring efforts of the disting? uished educator, Mr. William F. Fox, is due the efficiency whioh-'has won ? ich unstinted praise from all quar? ters. He is ably seconded by a painstaking enthusiastic corp of teachers. RICHMOND NORMAL SCHOOL. Cl Ko ko k F. Mxbbill, Principal. Peabody Medalists. 1897?8 Senior A?'Florence L. Saunders. Intermediate A?George Brown. Junior A?Mary Smith. (* The fourth time. Senior A, 1, Feb. 15,1898?1st Honor: Florence Saunders, Isabel Fleming. 2nd Honor: Blanche Evans, Minnie White, R berta Johnson. Junp 15, 1898?2nd Honor: Kate Bagby, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 25 June 1898

c WWI Bil -? ll P - SA'l FROM BLUEFIELD. An Annual Sermon to the Students of Bluefield Col? ored Institute. COMMENCEMENT i;XGR0IBE8 HELD JUNE 15th WITH A CREDITABLE PROGRAMME. Over a Thousand People Witnesseth the Occasion?Dr, C. N. Urandison Delivered an Able Address?Mr. H. S. Johnson and Miss Lucy Shipman Carries Off the Honors in the Wa j of Medals?Other Locals of interest from the Coalfield?Great is Hon. John Mitchell, Jr., "No Officers; no fight!" Butsfield, W. Ya, June 20, rP8 Editor of Flake* :? There was an immense audience as? sembled in the large and magnificent chapel of the i^uefieid Coloxed Insti? tute on the second Sunday of this month, to hear the first annual sermon to the students of this institution, which was ably, scholarly and master? ly handled by Rev. R. J. |Perkins, D D.,of Huntington, W, Va. The chapel was filled with an overflowing congre? gation. Dr. Perkins chose for his text 1st Samuel 10:26. Those who know this able divine are aware of the fact that he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

VOL. XV. NO. 29 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, JULY 2. 1S93 PRICE. 5 CENTS COLORED TROOPS FOR THE ARMY. Large Number Examined-Many Rejected. Colored Officers Will Command Them. THREE OFFICERS FAILED TO MEASURE UP TO THE MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS. REV.R.[H. BOWLING,'D/D. SEESKETOH fAGE, 6. The fine new armory of the First Battalion, Virginia Volunteer Infantry has been the scene of much activity during this week The War Department decided to mus-1 ter in the colored troops with colored officers. Had they decided to the con? trary ; that is, with whit* officers they ; would not have volunteered. The staff of Major J. B. Johnson has been materially changed. Dr. H. L. Harris, the surgeon will not go as his services are not needed since the regimental formation has been decided upon. ; FAILKD TO PASS Hil*. Dr. E. R. Jefferson, who was named for assistant surgeon failed to come up to the physical requirements and was rejected. The chaplain was dispensed with and Rev. George E.Johnson will not g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

THE OLD INDIAN.HERB MEDICINE MAN. The Greatest Healer of the Sick on Earth 616 AND 618 NORTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Do You LOY8 Health ? If so, Call and see THE OLD INDIAN HERB MEDICINE MAN 616 & 618 N. Entaw St. Baltimore, Md. Enclose Stamp for a Reply The Old Indian Herb Medicine Man, J. P. Kerr,616 N. Eutaw Street, Balti? more, Maryland, the sreatest healer of the sick and afflicted in the world. I care the following diseases or no charge: No one need fear. Heart disease, Consumption, Blood Kidney Bladder, Stricture. Rectal, Vertigo, Throat, Lung, Dyspepsia, In? digestion, Constipation, Rheumatism in any form, Fains and Aches of any kind, Catarrh of the stomach, Kidney, Bladder or Stomach or complaints of any kind, Cold, Sore Throat, Bronchial troubles, Sores, Skin diseases, all itch? ing sensations, all female complaints, La-Grippe or Pneumonia, Ulcers, Car? buncles, Boils, Demaciations or sunk? en parts, Pimples on face and body, Diabets of the Kidneys, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

THE WAR REVENUE BILL. It Taxes Everybody?The Measure in Detail--It Shows What War Means?The Rich Men Made Richer and the Poor Man Poorer. THE WAR REVENUE BILL Where Uncle Sam's Fighting Money Is Raised. THINGS SUBJECT TO STAMP TAX; - The Money to lt* Levied on Beer. Tobac- ' co, Floor, Telephone Mnmim, Tele* S-rem*. Kail road Ticket*. Medicine*. Oil and Sugar?The Bond and Seigniorage Teat-area. An Act to Provide Ways and Means to Meet War Expenditures and For Other Purposes. Be lt enacted by the senate and house of representatives of tho United States ol America in congress assembled, That there shall be paid, in lieu of tho tax of if 1 POW imposed by law, a tax of $2 on all I lager beer, ale. porter and other similar fermented liquors, brewed or minni sured and sold or st oreti in warehouse, or removed for eonsuinption or sale within the United States, by whatever name such liquors may bs Sailed, for every barrel containing not moro than "il gallons, and at a like rate foe ariy oth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

mM L PtitdNhpd tu rd ay by .loni ell. Jr at 311 N. 4th St. KUliuu-nd Va. JOHN MITCHELL. JR., - EDITOR AU commuiiieauonatntenoed Tor publication Should be sent "o an to reach as Wednesday TERMS IN ADVANCE. One Copy, one year,.41.60 ' p One Copy,eight months. 1.01 One Copy, six months,. .80 > One Copy, four months. .60 r One Copy, three months.-.40 Single Copy._. .06 v I ADVERTISING RATES. | Tor one Inch, one Insertion. % 60 i For one Inch each subsequent Insertion... 36 For twa Inches, three months,. 8 no For two Inches, six months.- 10on * For two inches, nine months. 14 00 ( For two Inches, twelve months._80 00 Marriage and funeral notices. 60 1 Standing and transient notices per line. iO POSTAGE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SUBSCRIPTIONS. I hePlaj-rt ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion price ls tl- 50 a year. In advance. There are rot's wats by which money can be sent by mail at our risk?In - Post Office Money , ' Order; by Bank Check ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

l-l S\TURD\Y, PLY L\ 1 K9S THE BATTLE OF LA QUASINA. -Sixteen of Our Men Killed?Spanish Pat to KUtflit With Hiav.v J.uaw. Kingston. Jamaica, June 27.?Irater re C?orts from Juragua.Cuba, brought by a newspaper dispatch boat, give details of last Friday's tijht at La Quasi na. when 16 of our seldiers were killed and some <0 wounded or minsin-. The Spanish loss must have been much heavier. Al? ready 37 Spanish dead have been found and burled, while many ather bodies ?.re undoubtedly lying In the thick un derbrush. That the flcht did not end In the ?complete slaughter of ths Americans -was not due' to any miscalculations In the plan sf tht Spaniards, for as per CArTAIX ALLYN K. CAPRON. feet an ambuscade as was ever formed In the brain of an Apache Indian was prepared. and Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt and his rough riders walked squarely lnt?? lt. For an hour and a half they held their ground under a perfect ?tana of bullets from the front and pldes. and then Colonel Wood at ?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 2 July 1898

jfasbion ItMnts for tbe Xabies. TAILOR MADE GOWNS. and C Bole;?* Without Sl--?-e Cln>mta-tt?m of Various Style*. Tallar niade gowns nre In great demand, and are particularly favored by women wbo hmvu a gracoful figure. Some of these S^r~.na have the regulation close bodice, others much liked for warm weather, con? sist of m skirt and bolero, th*- hitter termi? nating at tho waist line and worn over a elictnieotte of foulard, glan taffeta or ba Elate. Sometime:, the bolero i* bbSSTSbbbbbj leaving the- shirt WI - ?OOWSd ?a cool fashion, but rather neglige In ef? fect, suggest ive of a man in his shirt sleeves. Cliusnlsettee and even wash shirt waiata moro fllaboraa*S in style this sca laUer being frequently tucked, embroidered and decorated with bands of aaiacrtton or ?tripes of goods stitched on. Of coarse the .silk warets afford a much wider scope for fancy, and aro lavishly decorated with lace, plait nigs and ruches. ? man'a neck scarf may rx- worn or a soft walking gown...

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