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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

t'TIS BUT A ?sw*****.-*. natters it that ta-eu-as and tell an? . pf i-times hapless* yearning (Opprosaw ma while any dnl'y bread witt bard roil 1 an en. ra ina JTbaU little JealousUs -and natta like In weeta fright a>r fret me. i rrttat stasn* friends Jartus-faeew and fatst mallan abd thea forset me? frats Ufa ta but a lillie span befogged witt sin and sorrow. ' aty soul through anspanned spaces va*=i shtaJl wlr.s Um war to-morrow. {*Daata, truest friend though som "nea browed, my fettered howl urie Basin Iii g. (Bb*]I bid abe rise through happy tsklef above all earth's complaining. Staa'l send me like an Uncaged bird asoona the starlit wonders I Above the reach of earthly storms, shove their sullen thunders: tX shall bs free ss angels are. no ills not vain repining. ("No limitations less shan love my des thies* soul confining. |Ia other world* of larger life I may meei nobler creatures. "With gentle grace on every fs.ee IXrumlnlnp their features. "With unbsrbed tongues which do ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

Published rverv Satan Osy Brv john Mitchell. .Ir., tat :<11 North Fourth Street. JOHN MIT OBELL, JR., EDITOR. All 'romrminleatlons In tended for publication should ?>?? sent so as to reach us by Waal aa sd av. ] for am mt thi th aa wi 18 tn sr te fo tl si ir h ? TERMS IN ADVANCE. *** S) Spas Copy, one year,. . ******** One Copy,eight months...as n LBS i>ne Copy, six months.~.?-..80 One Copy, four months. .BS One Copy, three months.~.~.40 8-tagle Copy,-.-. .SB "4' ADVJSRTISIN Q RATES. Tor one inch, one Insertion.-?-1 SO Tor one inch each subsequent insertion... SS For two laches, three months....?... SOO "Per two Inches, six months. 1000 SPor two Inches, nine months. 14 OS Tor two Inches, tw*lve mouths.SO 00 "Marriage and funeral notices,. SO Ctending and transient notices per line. 10 3-WTAGE STAMPS OP A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED ON SURSCRIPTIONS. ?*?? TbbPlaket ls Issued weekly. The snbscrip Tdoc price lstl.fi? a year, in advance. There are roi's ways...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

i.SATURDAY OCT. 21, 1899 MUNSON OF MUNSON'S HILI. arba Tbrllllnsr Riperleners of a Loyal lonna; Unionist aaa Hia [? Moble Horne. r "While a guest of Dr. Harry Corbitt amd wife, near old Fort Derry, Va., a *few miles out from Washington, recent? ly, I collected material fora thrillingly Interesting chapter. Dr. Corbin's wife ia a granddaughter of Munson, who ?owned the Munson hill plantation, the jpoint occupied bj" the confederates ?when they advanced toward Washing tton after the first battle of Bull Hun. ?Soldiers and others who were in and ??'about W.-.saington at th*at time will re .member the wild stories about the Davis government planting guns on ^Munson's hill that would reach thecap ?ital, plainly in view from that point, "but over six miles away. There wen; mo guns in existence, st least none in rthe United States, at that time capable >of sending a missile so great adistance, -though to-day they have them that can wend a solid shot or a shell three times ms far. "What ...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

THE REFUGE OF OUR FEARS. ***ather. although 1 cannes, sae Through mis?-.* of tear that alana asst round, C "kaaow the path leads atp tea The*. SYnd whom Thou aw eke a* aavaU be fe*as*at. ?Sa-ad. "Lord. Thy thought* aura a**agywsan> "With vefcelesa grief and Iwoellneaa. tfknd patient hearts that bravely dar* A need beyond our cotiiar.au jurats; ?Tea. even with the wandering. lest. TtrtJ prodigals who lawe Thee net. "IVor ever la Thy paarpese erxrasaed Or any soul of man fergot. ITet. "Uard. the cr>' ?>f BBB4; TB* pain OT woman's smile that love degrades! ?"The tainted children's wee! The vain, "Harri d faces where Taine atnagc ladeei ?Thou knowtst. Then alene: and we. Condemned to feel our hrot hears* ska sn e. On every blending bring te Thee The blind, the deaf, the dumb, tht leane SDur brothers all. whose sorraw spllla A drop of wormwood in eur cup. Ofar Lord! Thy love thc heaven Olia. O take this broken vessel ap, ?Tali broken cistern of the earth That hold* no everfioaln...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

SA.TURDAX, OCT, 21, 189'J. LIGHTNING HIT HIM. Badly Singed Miner Tries ts Tell How He Felt Xaallva aa* Ibr Trrrsri off Sodden *.naat kllallon. or Itsthrr tbe Latest, ot Terror?lila Mlad Moat Serl ?aalr Affeeted. Albert Marley, siys the Denver Even? ing l'ost. lias eacaped the Jaws of death, surviving the crack of doom?his doom ?and now'lives to talk of the terror* of sudden annihilation or the laa*k of ter? ror, whieh is more marvelous still. Manley is a man of giant frame, a aakaer 3u yean <>hi. who weighs 200 pounds. He Wes in the county lios tpital. barned from head to heel, sore, immovable, bul pettinp better. Ida* vt nick by lightning the other afternoon, lo miles from Den van-, while he and ll. II. Yan Derek aad *K.. (I. hiing, residents of Denver, ware driving along in aa express wagon to ?svaral Mount Vernon, on a camping out tri]*. The helve lire from beaven ?teared the flesh on both sides of his BC, along his breast, anti tlown his back, and spent its force upon a me...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 21 October 1899

SATURDAY OCT. 21.1 ?99 REY. KLBHG'S PLEA, THE REMOVAL OP A PROFESSOR. Plain Questions A iked?A Man of Influence. "TROUBLE IN GEORGIA. What Will the Answer Be? The resignation ot Prof. W. E. Holmes ss a member o! the Atlanta Bsptist College has caused mush oom ?MN. The folio*-irs open letter appeared in the Angusts, Gs., BArria-rlaat wsek ard explains itself: Bev. D. S Klugh is ths influential pastor of the Union Bsptist Church, at Augusta, Ga.: AtjeusTA.GA., Oct. 10, 1899. Rev. George Sale, A.M., ? Atlanta, Ga.; My Dear Sir :? It ia well known to many and perhaps to you that I have a deep interest in the ed neat ional norh of coy people** and especially, in the progress of cur denominational schools. That sentiment, in the fsee of present con? ditions, cor.ctrning the Atlanta Bap? tist College, prompts me to address to you thia letter that an esger and in? quiring public may know tbe facts rel? ative tu Frof. Willism E. Holmes' res igestien srd the polio*? of the admin? istration to...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

VOL XVI, NO 46. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY OCTOBER. 28,1899 PRICE 5 CENTS BURNED AT THE FIENDISH AGT C RIBLE DEATH. Tl An Innocent 1 SAVAGES OUTDONE.?NO LAW.?A FEARFUL C( IN MISSISSIPPI. Can'ON, Miss., Oot. 30.?The little town of St. Anne, twenty miles east of Canton, in Leake County, was last night the scene of a horrible tragedy? rn aeqoel to the burning of the Gam brel family the night before. Joe Le? ft are, a colored man, who was captured by a posse, confessed that be, in com? pany with two other colored men had tied Mrs. Gambrel and her four child? ren to the floor of the house, Bat ur a ted the surroundings with kerosene, and burned tbe unfortunate people al ire. Tbe colored man after the confession of the crime, was promptly roped to a stake and burned to a crisp, while tha citizens looked on in grim silence. BAYED AT THB LAST MOatBKT. Another eolored man Bob Smith. was saved in the nick of time, as there waa doubt as to his guilt. The Gambrel tragedy occurred early Thursd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

??>!*?? JESSI :? [Copsright, 1S9S. by J. P "-* lfT*kopaia.- I w! C*tlAPTE*R I.?Gen Heath ts ordered to "1 ?report to headquarters at Chattano?"?ga. qq An aide ta present at tha Interview. Tho general ts ahown an order for hts arrest and court-martial, and ia then assigned to n\ special duty to watch a contemplated T movement of Longstreet'a corps. He ac- n< oapts. I io CHAPTER ll.?Gen. Heath leaves Chat- ro tanooga with COO men. his brigade, and rnovei out to Morganion's cross-reads. On KA the way he inlets with a girt he knows a who lives at the place he t*? to make his headquarters. He insists on her returni* with his troops. At her home tt ts thought ai a face was seen at the window, bul a search through the house revealed no suspicious Ol persons. Lieut. Hall, the-alde. is placed In oy charge of the younar. lady with order" to watch her and question her carefully. She , le faints. j in CHAPTER III.?When questioned she : said her moth? r ls for the aoafederacy and : herself...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

THYSELF A BEACON BE. TaTalr ater-eye* maid. LXe ilea before thoa T*t. Oe rorth to meet lt, but do not forget That batter Is a crumb with .weet content all tarth'e wealth Ul ca in ed acd Illy apent? colon which dance like f re-fHea In tbe sloom Ta tare tisht-beaded rr.ortals to '.heir dooen; "Better the shelter of a hnppy home tSTban all which lure* the reatleaa one* ta "Vat to dhacovar Ju-st tae*r*or*e they rite Tbe Joya they aalaeed w^m plenty nearer by 4M years aad their experience hy thee roll g-Vaaarve the spotleaa whlteneaa of thy soul; 'Let ae-tt aweet flattery nor Jule?lees pride *reatrpt thea fi-sxan noblest paths to tura BsBasa; "Bat keep thine eyes upon hope's guiding atavr "*srtM*ee beacon "barna above heaven's har? bor har. 'Thyself a beacon true for those who aee "Tray way through life aad who may follow thee. "Be honest, earnest, dean In eau) and sense. *a*t?ek thoe on life through honor's cryatal lena; "Last no mare faith lesa filth defile thine heart. But keep lt aa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

rn. Bi "I ll I i i "TPubllahe d every Saturday riy John Mitchell. -Jr.,at ?ill North Fourth **"treet. JOHN MITCHELL, JR , EDITOR. Aircommunic?tiona intended for publication ahould be sent ao as to reach us by W ednosday. (?*-*?-*-"*" c TERMS IN ADV ASCI. S) ?Jae Copy, one roar.?.?...............11.60 One Copy,eight months*..m. LOS One Copy, alx months,.. ii .-BO One Copy, four months,. ?.- M One Copy, three months,..?....- .40 Bingle Copy,.. .SI ADVERTISING RATES. For one Inch, one inaertlon._...._..?4 50 For one Inch each subsequent insertion... BS "For two lacnes, three months,..~~.. 6 00 For two inches, six months.- 1000 For two Inches, nine months. 24 00 For two Inches, twelve months. SO oo Marriage snd funeral notioes,. 60 Blending snd transient notices per line. 10 POSTAGI STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION HIGHER THAN TWO CEKTSiSOT RECEDED *>N SUBSCRIPTIONS. W Tb a Planet ls issued weekly. The aubeorlp Ucn price ls61.60 a year, in advance. There are rous wats by which money can be B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

SATURDAY. OCT. 28, 1899 TWO BRAVE SCOUTS. How They Died Almost Together in the Philippines. yrarllllaar Waar Episode Wklek Mat de st Strom*- Ianpresalon oa Uta. lawtsn? A Rare fa sample of Tra* Con rage. One of the dramatic stories of thc war in tbe Philippines is told in the New Stork Sun by a young officer, just re? turned, who was on Gen. Lawton's staff ?during the Malelos campaign. La\*. ton related the incident at a gathering: of officers in Manila; in his own words it was a thrilling piece of dramatic recita? tion. "Soon after leaving Manila," h?* "**I entered the enemy's country ami was ?greatly annoyed by their sharpshoot? ers. One morning. I had ordered a halt to make a reconnoissance. Sitting on a log some distance in front of where any staff and 1 wera* standing I saw a man in civilian's clothes coolly watch? ing the operations. I asked who he ?was, and one of my staff told me that *he did not know,'but he bad seen the man on the firing line several times, and. although h...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

a n aaaaaaasaastaaSaaSB MISS GRANT'S WAIST. ?aarka* aTstl Itaaa BaaBtee Maa Made Ita Aa prsrssrr Areoapsalrd Tap BSaStw Beaattfat Keatarea. FatshioD articles for the peat three ?week**. Lave been devoted to deeorip *tions of Miss li rant's trousseau, but -stone toave mentioned the matinee waist. Some elegant sentences might Share been written in praise of the easnart little garment. lJut little bas *bee*o said of the novel de*corationa ?which accompauT the tn at ieee bodice. *Xhe*e are both rarioua sad varied. An airy little decoration is the wind SBsill bow which is composed of several *eoor*e of ribbon or wired chiffon with m isa thi. Ibf ] 6ti let ?WAIST FOR MISS GRANT tmt ends. The bow is secured in ths -middle *ertt*B a fancy buckle, jeweled if the owner boasts such a luxury. While St -would be unfair to modistes to say that there is nothing new about the ?windmill bow, a very good idea can be ?ronci'ived of it<* appearance wben it la known that it strikingly simulates the "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

SATURDAY OCT. 28, 1899 Isl ?? ".ii v. mi nj CASE Of* REUBEN WRIGHT. ?"Now, Retlben waa a rrfcand ot mlr._. And stancher could not ba. A man of heart?-of musc'ie?mind. A manlier man one scarce could find Hot sure could wish to Bee. "His farm waa Ilka a garden plat. Tilled witt aur**a watchful cara: "His Darns were filled from bay to roof Ula granaries held more than enough. And large his atora and share. Ills good wife, all a wife could be. Ills children fair and bright, "His home was like an Eden spot. And happy truly seemed tbe lot Of rclghbor Reuben Wright. "The tempter came?I know not who? A foe in friend's disguise? A drink i>erhaps for olJ times' sake? .t a thirst to slake? A lr&diseT X know not now who tempted him. Or what, or why. or whore; XX may have been a thoughtless draught. ONE DRINK TOO JIITH. JFor Joke or friendship Idly quaffed. Or cruel, hellish snare. But 'twas a drink?one drink too much] O. tor the gift to tell Xa t:rae the ruin of one drink! O. for the sig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 28 October 1899

it'iU SATURDAY OCT. 28,1899 A DIGNIFIED REPLY, PRES. SALES STATES HIS REASONS. Situation at Atlanta?Why Prof. Holmes Resigned. At-oamta, Oa., Oot 16,1899. Rev. D. 8. Klugh, Augusts, Ga., By Dear Brother:?I hsve sean your lotter in the Georgia Bsptist of Oetcbe/ 12th. I fully appreciate the desire of the Nesro Baptists of the stsie to know the fsota relstiye to ths sesienstion of Prof. Wm. E. Holmes, A. M., whom they so justly esteem snd love. I sm hsppy to say to you thst there is nothing hidden that has not already been made known, ao far as I know, sod thst I shall take pleasure in giving all the information it is in my "power to gi*/e. BBJOICBD OBBATLY. When the correspondence between "Prof Holmes and myself appeared in the Georgia Baptiat of October 5th over Prof. Holmes' signature. I great? ly rejoiced, because I felt that the let? ters were self explanatory, and that their pnnlication would relieve me of tho ntctesitv of making any public statement in the matter. I still think...

Publication Title: Richmond Planet
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

"??* VOL XVI, NO 47, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER., 4,1899 PRICE 5 CElVrS VOICE FROfl AFRICA A Land-Slide to the Baptists. All Dissensions Healed. ? Rev. Jackson's Ringing Letter. ;rev. morris on baptism?twelve hundred communicants?good news for the national baptist foreign mission board. Qinda Mission. Middle Drift, South Africa, Sept. IB. 1809. Editor Richmond Planet, Dear Friend :?Please publish this in your great paper for the benefit of your many readers. Ere this comes to your hands, you will have doubtless read Rev. Charles Satchell Morris' re? port on the mission work of Negro Baptists of America in South Africa. Rev. Morris repreeente the Foreign Mission B jard of the National Baptist Convention of the U. S A. On his ar? rival in Gape Town, July 31st or Aug? ust 1st, he at once went into the whole matter of the trouble that had existed between myself and the Board. And whan he had heard the pros and oona of ihe whole matter, gave judgement of Rev. R. A. Jack jon b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

1 [Copyrtr*. .Ml. by J. ?? InrTrbpais. * j CFATTKR I?Gen. Heath ts ordered to report to headquarter* at Chattanooga, i Ab aide Is present at the Interview. The general ts shown an order for his arrest j aad court-martial, and ls then assigned Se special ?uty to watch a contemplated movement of Longstreet's corps. He ac? cepts, i CHAPTER II.?Gen. Heath leaves Chat? tanooga with 800 men. his brigade, and moves out to Morgan ton's cross-rcada. On th* way be meeta with a girl he knows who lVves at the plac* he ls to make his headquarters. He insists on her re'turnins j with bis troops. At her home lt ls thought ] a face was seen at the window, but a search through th house revealed no suspicious persona Lieut. Hall, the-alde. ls placed in charge Of the young lady with orders to watch her and question her carefully. Bbs faints. | CHAPTKR III.?When questioned she said her mother ls tor the confederacy and herself for the union. At night :;he ls caught In the kitchen attempting to burn a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

| The Crew of Yawl Three | By W. Bert Foster. THBOUQH the fog which lay a dead weight upon the wr.ter, thc outline of s great sail grew slowly. The fog made it loom into fairly gigantic pro? portions, for there was little wind stir? ring, and it crept up in ghostly fashion. . Suddenly the blocks rattled, the boom ?sreaked and groaned as it swung about. for a moment the craft hung in the wind's eye. There was a clatter of feet; U> yswl towing astern was pulled up under the rail, and three men in yellow oilskins and Tarnished sea'boots tum? bled into her. **Good day to ye, lads! Drop down arith the tide to-night and we'll pick ye up off the hook, 'r thereabouts.*" Mitchell, the pilot in charge of the yswl, sat squarely in the sternsheets, a tiller rope in each hand. "Give way, you fellows," he said, "if you want to get to Gurnett time enough tb have s yarn with that girl." "How in blazes can we know where Gurnett is in this fog?*' growled one of them, bending his back to the ash. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

.-111. ??. * w?u bl ls tied every Saturday by Johu Mitchell. Jr., at 311 Srorth Fourth Street_ JOHS MITCHELL, JR . EDITOR. ?JUIXomnmmeatinns intended for Publication t? oe seat so as to reach us by WeAnesflay. ? ' ? >*"?"' TKRliS IN ADVANCX. . ? ?r_e Copy, one year,.__-....-tl SO Sse Copy, eight months.. LOS Oee Copy, six months,. .80 Oae Copy, four months,._.SO VaeCopy, three months,.40 ?nagle Ccpy_. >* ADVERTISING RATES. Rt one inch,one Insertion_ - , | so r one inch each subsequent insertion... Vortwo In ches, three months,...~_.. 6 00 ?*?>r two Inches, six months. 1000 ?Var two inches, nine months. 14 00 ?or two Inches, tw?lv* months.30 00 ?larrtAfresnd funeral notices. 60 Satandlngand transient notices per line_ 10 POOTANIE STAMPS OF A DENOMINATION ?nOHERTHAN TWO CENTS NOT RECEIVED 9H SUBSCRIPTIONS. VW -" 't_sPLiNKT ls Issued weekly. The subscrip? tion prlcf ls$1.50 * year. In advance. TTaere are roua wats by which money can be seat by niall at our risk?In a Post Offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

MB ^\> SATURDAY. NOV. 4, 1899 a ? t ' i. i j i ? ? i i ??arrvrwai TO A HORSELESS CARRIAGE. T&mooth. sleek, and oiliest ot wheeling* th!: I cannot timi in mr imaginings. In natural or In supernatural ways. The slightest reason to prolong thy days. Of all the vain conceptions of the mind Thou art the vainest that the ages And, aUxcept for those whose bleod doth chance to flow In dull and melanclioly-wlse, and slow. What ls the Joy of driving? Is lt mere Transportment of the flesh from there to her A. method whereby sluggish man may be "Removed from A to Izzard speedily? Or I? '.t pleasant for the eye to view, And hand to master steeds, or one or two. When prancing o'er the hard aad well Wlth ehamplng bits, and lithe limbs run ?t? Avaunt! thou horrldest of modern things! Vu- Into thy ugly serf take wings! Think not with all thy gaud and slitter coarse Thouit t'er supplant that best of friends, ll -e. ?-John :^ Bangs, In Woman's Home ?rt par. Son. 4fv. av'.*>"?.*>/? .**??; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond planet. — 4 November 1899

ROYAL DINNER GOWK. F tUa-alsra Wale* the FrlaeeM Csua taeasenr Valli We>s?r at Hes ft ri ret Dlnarr srWa-ttes. lt ls not expected last oar readers Still follow in every detail tike pointe tarried out in thia elegant costume Hasngncid for Princess Cantacuaene; tart it can be duplicated in lesa expen? sive materials that will make a bxil liamt showing under Ike charitable re TaSetiona of artificial Lights. The mora simple the gown is made, prettier it will be, sines thc ali *THX ?INNKR GOWN OF* A PRINCKSa weer lace patterns posaess natural fea? tures sufficiently decoratire to afford the required elegance. Strict attention shourd be given to th* ?solar combination. Black combinea ?areli with almost all colors, except those ?which are so lacking in brightness aa lo be too nearly like it. Black and pale {link, blue, yellow, green, red, lavender Snd even the rather dark shades of blue, arJear brown and green are excellent Sonibina lions. Brown combines with yellow, gold amd bronze, if...

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