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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

MEN'S PANTS. 0*7r* dives you I he pick of 0(1. SWEET, OR R & MEN'S COATS. LDL. N EAT you cool in SUMMER CO S PANTS, made up injCOATS, made especially lor ell styles, trimmed and finish- business wear^verylight and cd absolutely pcrlcct? Pants 1 durable mat anywhere eise would mean at least $ 1.50. $1.39 Takes choice of MEN'S STRONG CASSIMERE PANTS, ex ceptionally fine assortment of colors a\ul patterns?luii for Price Challenge Sale vouid cost you $2.50. rHE HUB chal? lenges the world to sell them less than 50c. $2.98 for C.OOn and Sf.T BSTANTIAL M ENS PANTS, guaranteed strictly Ail-Woo', elegant -ijualities. extra nobby d< >i<mis ? a great challenge reduction t han LOr Isnexttogiving away J 7L. MEN'S LOl NCE COATS, made as catefuliy as tue regit la 1 dress garments, a little finer than the 23c kind ? jositively the ; 5c Coats cut down for this Chal? lenge Sale. Supplies vou with ? SPLENDID A L APACA COATS, good enough lor every purpose, l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

K8TAUI.1*BCU 1S.-?. rCBLISH?D KYEUV MOUSING BXOBPT MONDAY. V1UQ1N1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMBBCB SrBBB'M. M. OI.ENNAN. Q?>' '??_ ^HKOlliClT.A 1 lO.s OK IHK YllKilNIAN le I.AKUKI.Y IN BXOl?SS .?! au., otbe: l aocr uubiirflifd iu Baal i a VlrgtUiu. i-oirculaii'.u iu NortoK ju,1 Portsmouth i-urcator ihall t?>it "f *uy papai published or ?.iremate i iu tue ovo eitle?. t is delivered iu the eitles of Norfolk und rortaiuonth and snbiirbj ior 10 ooat* a week. x,?>l iuib?irlption?. postage pahl. Fiv. Dollar* pei rears 'l'Uree Dollars loi -ix months. One Dollar hu i Kiiiy Cent* for three sno..thx au : Fifty Oeut* loi one U1 A?iVerl^tui. ni- Inserted at the r.iteof 7 i Ckm? a s .u. bViiisi insubtiox; en h ?ub?e quet:t iu?ortiou ? im-, er 1 ' knt* viiiv ixhi n:n r.vniu htueii i?av. ?ontrac tore are not al'owc i to exceed their apa a or advertise other than their legitimate business, except by pay in- especially tor iii same. Tm Witrai.v Vinntsu-! Oanoi.tNiAX. e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS Persons Who Are Leaving and Ar? riving by Train and Steamboat. Charged Witli Stealing Shoes. Monu? mental Church Lawn Party. Im? portant Building Association Meeting. Attempted Theft. Personal and General, Tho Hunting's Court was uot in sob Hou yosterduv. i Tho Norfolk County Court will con veue to-morrow, Uov. Sum Small will preach at the Jltriughara Street M. E. Church to day. Mrs. Wn. Baekus ia very sick at her Misband'i residonue ou County atreet. Head advertisement of 11. A. llutobius in reference to paying taxes. Communion will bo admiuistered at tho Court Street Baptist Churoh this morning. Miss Jennie Hinton, of Petersburg, Is visiting Dr. Jos. It. Woodldy, Ports? mouth. Two boys were locked up last night for beating a woman on King street extended. Constable Elliott found a pair of fanta near Fine's house, whicb were ell bloody. The reduction of the force and wages en the Seaboard Air Line go into etfeot lo morrow. Quito a cumber of persons will go to Mathe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

The Latest Intelligence of Interest From the State Capital. A Reform Movement to Be Started in Richmond. Backbone of the Strike at Pocabontas Broken. A Dry Sunday. The Mas sey- Pilot Caso. Bpseial Dispatch to The Virginian. Richmond, Va., .luly 13.?Tbo dis covery of a shortage of 3:2C>.0:)i> at tho gas house is gratifying to those who are'seekiug uu opportunity to statt a reform movement here next spring. They hope tor sirnilsr results trotu other investigations to be made there. There is little doubl that efforts will bo made to oust the regular nomocracy at tho next municipal election. The issues are gradually shaping them selves. Those who are back ol the movement rely upon the workiugiucnV vole and they are Irving to get tho labor element interested. Private information received from Poeoboiiias is to the effect that the bacUbouu of the strike thcro has been broken. Many of tho turners prautkv ally admit their dsfeat. 1 hoir places are being rapidly tilled,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

Baltimore Women Endeavoring to Solve the Problem. A Fund to be Raised for the Establish? ment of a School. Tuition to be Free and Course of Study Very Thorough. A Veritable Boon to Housewives. , While women are anxious to do some? thing out of Uio ordinary that will bo of stibstautial benefit to the community In which they live, the experiment bo lug tried by a number of women in Bal? timore should proveof interest. The ob? ject of the work is tho practical solution lif the servant girl question, und if tho llaltiinore pltiu succeeds it will emanci giuto women from this greatest perplex? ity of housekeeping. Tho plan is to induce 1,000 ladies to Subscribe $'.' a year for three years to n fund to he used iu establishing a school for tho training of girls for domestic Service. The tuition is free to nil girls. Mid thu course of study embraces cook? ing, serving, general housework, chain berwork, sewing, mending and reading Und writing?in fact, everything neces? sary for nu accomplishe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 14 July 1895

p COLUMBIA ALL MI. $ The Story of Her Being Injured in Docking Contradicted. I The Pride of the Navy Nearly Ready I for Her Race Across the Ocean. K "Boss" Shepperd Visits the National Capital. Corbett Fitzsimmons Fight. BySontllera Associato t i'roti. Washington*, D, C, July IM.?Seo r Mtary Herbert ukb a oubiegraiu fron? Sj'Coptiiin Suiuner. couituauding tbe 1 Columbia, at Southampton. Hinting r-; tbat tbe vessel in the dry dock ap ? pearod tu be strmuiug and tbat lia I ordered the water admitted. Upou I Hooting tho vessel all evidences of I Btrain disappeared, and tbe veseol is I srpparoutlv uuiujured. [S VYhea tee purport of Seorutnry Her : ben's cablebratn from Uapt. Suinner I became known about ibe Navy De? partment as it rapidly did the gravity E of tba matter became exaggerated and I rumors were circulated that tue famous I cruiser bad been maliciously injured ^ in tba doek, and tbat a surreptitious 1 attempt had been made to ruin tier. I Officers familiar with the dookiug of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

i mm n The Proceedings Yesterday Wete Devoid ol Special interest. II FORMER m FOR SLRNDER me tiiinoei Depositions Pronounced ty me' Ploiniiii 10 Be false. THE JUCBE IS BETTING TIRED, tSo is the Jury and Lawyers. Mr. Massey Still on the Stand, When Ho Will Stand Aside Nobody Knows. Longer Hours Being Talked Of. Tbe Messey-Pilot smt ia dragging ?loug very slowly, nud tho chances are 1ltat it will oxtoud over into next week, ilr. Massey i- Btiti upon tho stund *ud tbero is" no lulling when ho will bo requested to step aside it the present prugramme is eoutiuucd. ('apt. Wise ?ousunte.i ult of yesterday asking ques? tions, nud runuy points which have tteeu out before were brought out for tho Boeoud time. Frequently Mr, Wise nud the wit cess were called to ortler by the court ?ud told tbal their discussion of mat? ters which hail nothing to do with the issuo was eonsomiog time. Judge i'reutis said otieo with great earnest iiess that he was tired aud wautod tbo case to go abend. Tbe atteut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

yclfiMfMlllPftW The Pctersbiirjs;" "Farmers" Couicl Do Nothing With tho Norfolks. McPartlin the New Twirlor Holds the Visitors Down to Five Scat? tering Hits. The Boys Were Full of Ginger and "Get At-Em"-Activencss. VVIicro Urn Club* I'lnv t\i-l>siy. prticrobiiru ut Nttrtitlh Portumuiiiii m Ijiiicltbursr, < IC Ich mo ml m ItoanoUct MuitdluST <>f <l>" ? tul>*. Won I o t Pot Cent. Kiebmon I. '?3 .'? .' Lyuchb?re-. 88 2U f? Portsmouth. 31 38 1 Petersburg.. 31 3 ? Norfolk. 2< H .88? Boanoko. iO 11 ? 1 ?? The Farmer? were trounced yester? day by Iho Clatns to tho tit tie of 8 to :t, aud tbo Nor/olk "rooters" wore corre? spondingly happy. Notwitlistauding the crippled couditiou of Iho homo team by tbo absence of Kelly, wbo is sick, uud the lameusss of t orcoruu, they played good ball and had life aud activity about them which never fails to lend eucbantment to tbo game. They were full of ginger, all of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

Blood Poverty. Pale and palid faces show a lack of proper richness of the blood. A tonic relict" is afforded by Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills, thev euro d) ipcpsia, indigestion, mid sick Madache. We will semi you free sample. OK. J. A. DE a NU co., Kiugslou, New Yocfc. At d> ? A NTKIl. \17ASTEI) Situation, by irarrlcd man from M Michigan ?lo i- thoroughly ptsled in l?r> Ooudl, II..-.;-. Slioil and 1 1 aliiun r> lit nee. Refereuei innii-u.-d Ad.li liii atli e. WORK Kit, lulU-31* IIUAROERS \t IN ted- Kouruilles from l-'autiuler J) iSiilphiirSpringt, couttoi able ruouii rinai? ?i soitimuiilcn ii j. i r i ?r second Door. Nocltarte f.riu.cii... u In? A<Ulre*> Mit c. VV. KNd.IMl. Jenersonlon, I uli rppei couuty, Va. )iiii;-.-.. i,ri' Situation wantki)?ai y iiesuion he can mi. o by a l le.'oniitaat, iuAuugernr cashier, mar r el. experienced, i"> - a ofaiiillt) and (bod ladgrmoiit. A wtde-nwa'tt bulling, all-rouud, k|-'.-l.ti-g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

i>-TAi<i.ii<nKi) 1856. SUBLISHE? EV1CK1 MOKNINO BXOSPT MONDAY. V1BQINUN BUILDINO. KA!N AN1> < OM?liltCB 81'BBBTi 11. Ol.KNNAN- OvfXKK._ TUB OIBC?LATION OK VIM VIUQINIAN la LABGBL,? IN KXOBSSof any othbr ?aner published in Ka*i rii Virginia. 1 *,* circuiati' ? '" Kotfolli and l-orumouth is creator lltau lhat -f soy paper published or, touiate.i iu the two cuiu?. . itii doli?are?in*h( cities ol Norfolk and l?ortsuioutb and suburb.- sor IU oonts a week ?.nil sub-vriptioni. .i ??o pall. F.v lUillar- per roar; Ihrco Hollars for is iioutb?. One Oollar and Hity P nta for th.e- mouths* anil Hrtjf Oeu?s for oue mAdvertisements inserted at the rate of 73 Cr. -is A Sui a I fill ?. issi ttTloX; ea.Ti SUUSe uuent insortion :?"' Cunts, or ."? 1 k>ts Tu"',iv-,, iku i-.ykiu ? intn i?av. Oontrae tors sr. not allowed to pif^l their spa ? or''?bertiso other than their lecminstu bnsiuess, except by paying especially lor tbc same. Tn&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS i) i) your Finns A Collection of Personal. Social and General Notes. Evangelist Morgan Doing Great Good. Constable Adams Thinks He Has the Murderers. Delegates to the Firemens's Convention. Personal Points of Interest Tho police will uot have a piouio this year. Bead the speoiala offered by C. W. lliidgius a Co. for to day. The workmen of the Seaboard Air liiue were paid yesterday. Nothing of interest was done iu tho Hustings Court yesterday, "**Kov. Tbouios .1. Brudy has gone to Alexandria to spend a fow days. The ohauges ou the Seaboard Air Line went into effect yesterday. Councilman Roynolds will return troui New York this morning. 'The lawn party ou Scottsville last (light was very well attended. The flying horse mau folded his tent yesterday uud left for parts unkuowu. The Texas is nearlyjcomplotod. Fach day the forco on her grows Icbb aud less. Chas. Brown, oolorod, was lined SI for tihtiug, in default was committed to Jail. TomJCook, colored, was fined ?1 for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

VILE PLAN TO WRECK GUBfl Dynamite Expeditmn to Set Out From America Very Shortly. Balloons to Drop Explosives. The in? surgents Think Whole Towns Will "Be Destroyed. Plans Hastened and Heavy Work Will Very Shortly Begin. ?"Our dynamite expedition is to 6tart Sn about ten days," seid the secretary of the Cuban club of Harlem to a reporter "Tho rrceut action of the Spanish government will force the. Cubans' hand sooner than was intended. According to the-pktn of campaign agreed on iu May, guerrillp warfare was to be kept up un? til tho clour of the yellow fever season in tho autumn. Then large bodies of troops wen to attack all along the line. "Wh*vther the dynamite expedition ?will start from near Perth Antboy, Hew 3/judou ur Philadelphia I cannot tell We shall have about loO meu ro:uiy to embark on a sailing vessel. "W? shall not carry a large supply of arms and ammunition. Tho feature will be'dynamite. We propose to scud a ?ouplo of expert ehgiueers by mother boat a few days aht&am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

iSiliiiBiPOft ninitov Markos llv Southern Associated Prot?. Vr.w YoiiK. July 15.?Money on cull o.\?y et lall per cent. closing ?t I pereeut. Ster? ins o.xohimgo is sie? y. with actual bust* ?.??? tu banker*' bills at 4ttuii48'J| for sixty Suva und 4?0nl9?] lor demand. 1'listed niton. 48,jlu4,.u.1. t ommerctnl bills. t8^ulo<L Gov? ernment bonds ilitll ami stoady. ti1k STOCK MARKET?CLOSISO BID*. Hiuorioan Cotton Oil. 2.V.: American Cot? ton Oil. i ref. 73f: American Sugar Uefln iriii, 100}; Ainerioau Sugar I'Ouneries. pmf. |00: American Tobacco. I07-: Ainyrtcan To tmcco. prof. 112: Atshison. Toneka nnd Santa To. 10; Baltimore and Ohio, OH: Can? ada Pacific. 67: Cbcsnpeako anil Ohio. 21{; Chicago and Alton, l.">7: Chicago, Hurling T,oii and Quiucy.851; Chicago On?Trn?t. 65}; Delaw are ami Lackawanna. 1GI f: l j i -: i I - cr. ntul t a'.tle Loclers. 20s I'rie. 10|: Erie. roor.. 22': General Kleotrfc. 35): Illinois >ntrnl,981: I n'.o Erieaud We*torn.25{:L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 16 July 1895

I THE PR1GE8 WILD GO tj Effect of Free Silver on the Cost' of Living. Doubling the Volume of Money Would Really Add But S50 to $1,000. Circulating Medium Actually Lowered 41-2 Per Cent. Facts to Ponder. This whole agitation iu behalf of froo j6;.lvor is made, it seems to uic, honestly lauf} sincerely by tt large body of oar fol llow citizousin other parts of tho country Ififid.'Bome of them in this part of the country. I desire to give them tho great esVorodit for sincerity in their belief. I fwiah to testify that from my acquaint? ance with n largo number of these peo? ple- 'I have failed to lind that any con sidorablu numbGr wish to do a wrong or to-deal unjustly by any othor portion of ouTipeoplo. They do feel that there are .certain ovils from which thoy wish to ?escape, mad it has been suggested to ithem thnt by some legerdemain of gov jernjnent dealing with our ourrenoy that -thoy. could escape f rotu the ovils of which they complain. i Now, tho chief evil of this ooniplaint I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

is ii i iis ip Tue tiossedings Yesieraaj Were Very oninteresnqg. THE WITNESS H WONDER Is Ptiysicoi Mui.iincd Has Astonished itie specifliors. lOKTIH'dED OH THE STflMD FIVE DAYS He Will be Called Again To-Day. A ?.arge Number of Witnesses on Hand. Gov. O'Ferrall and Others Returned Last Night. Tlio Massov-l'ilot BUit lias lost nil of Us snap iiini ih now hut little more at? tractive lUtiu the reading of au invoice <r udiliDc up u column ol figures, Mr. Massoj baa boat! 'on the stuud nearly u veok und him uaiued fo often the mono; invested uh well us the money spent iu oouueotiou witll Ins farm oper? ations nntl family support Unit tho jury knows what In.- pniil bis conk, his furm liauds, what his personal expenses j live been tor the lost ten years, 1'uey bave beau told where bu got bis uieuls in llicbinoud, where be slept, ??bat his food eonsisted of, ?Imt he save bis children, bis wife uud oberity. :iis personal affairs for thirty years ?lack bnvo beeu lu'.d open for pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

Hit? 1081 All IIS SUP \Concluded from ftrnt jmge.] Mr. Mussey?In my ssotot drawer at home. After examining Mr. Massoy as to his inoome of lh'JO, Mr. Wise said this is the year of your bridal trip, iio tbou questioned Mr. Massoy on tbe expense of bis trip to Alabama aud elsewhere; asked bow much mouey lie speut ou his bridal trip nud the witness Baid $151. Mr. Wi.BC asked if bo bought a wedding ring aud was told that be had tbe good fortuue to bnvo a baudsome riug preseutod him. Did you giro tier a bridul present? Yes, 1 gave her a handsomo set of diamond ear riugs, and the next year a cliamoud breast pin. Jnst thou the Judgo announced thnt it was II o'olook and oourt would huve to adjourn. Mr. Wise said he was not through and would be coiutiallod to ex? amine witness agniu. To Till ViuoiNIAN man Jndgo Preutiss said he was nearly broken down. THE GANG WELL SYSTEM. The Bids Opened by the Water Board. The bids for constructing a gsng ?well system for the city ot Norfolk ?were oponod yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

KNOWLEDGE Bring? comfort und improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others and enjoy life more, with Jess expenditure, by more promptly ?adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jierfcct lax stive ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches und fevers ena permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to milliousand met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys. Liver nnd Bowels without weak* eiiing them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs in for sale by all drug? gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it in man? ufactured by the California Fig Syr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

ISTAat.VHK? 1856. lUBLIBHED EYEUV aiOUNINQ BXCKIT MONDAY. YIKOINIaN U0ILD1NQ. HAINANU COMMEUCK STKKB'M. M- U l.INN AN. ?wm.U ?ruk oinoui.vno.nok the viuuinian f. UAKOlil.y IN bxobss of ?ny othur uacer published iu Kasu.ru Virgiui*. ? Ms oircaU?l?u In NorTolW and fortaniouth Is greater itiau thai <>f any paper ptiblisliod or iireniatc.l iu tue two erttes. it i? deliver^ iu tljo cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth und suburb- for 10 couts a week. S ail m 1> ?< riptious. postage pal?. F v >Dollari P*r 'three Hollars for -it mouths. Oi e Hollar and Kii'ty Coins for three m.?< tli~. an I 1 illy Oents lor oue B>A?iVerti?cnn.nt.i Inserted at the rate of 75 ' Civil a S.l'Ai ?FlBVr IJISKUTluN; ea.-b subse? quent insertion B7| Ckxt?, or 5' Ck.\t.i ?nrs lSM.nr.i' i viitv otkeii hay. Contrac? tors sjre not allowed to exceed tlisir spa o or advertise oiher Hiau tlioir legitimate business, except l>> p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS BRIEF H? Of FRCT8 Interesting Doings of the Peple in the City and Suburbs. Overcome With Heal. A Complimen? tary Hay Ride. Fell in a Fit. Per? sonal Notes. The King's Daughters. The Power House for Sewers. The graud jury was in sobsiou again ?II duly yesterday. Louis Arriu^tou, colored,- was llued $'.1.50 for trespassing. Mr. George l'urker was considered much worse yesterday. The ruiu yesterday interfered with the game of tjall in Norlolk. Tho will of Bartlott linker was ad luittod to record yesterday. A suudny school Iroin Berkley will to to White Lilly farm to day. Tho streets should bo put in order Where the buyers have beuu laid. Wright Memorial Sunday School will piouic at Oceuu View to-day, A larjje colored piomo went to New? port News from this city yesterday. Delegates to the firemen's conven? tion left yesterday for liarrisonburg. Geuoral Sfeigfried, of the Portsmouth streut railroad, is expected iu thu oity to day. Mr. M, J. Mulvey bos set apart three nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 July 1895

N?ws and Fresh Gossip Concern? ing Womankind. The Empress Frederick and Her Beautiful Home. The Old Woman. Wedding Customs. Reforms. The Protest of An Old Lady as to Throwing Rice. & was absorbed ui looking at the grace jfully shaped chairs and couches, the jlovely carpets, the tapestry on the walls land all the countless objects of Interest [which filled the spacious apartment, Kvhcn suddenly, without it moment's [warning from either official or nttofed jant, the empress, accompanied by her ]lnrly in waiting, approached. Hor niaj jeaty waa attired in a well fitting plain black drew, thu material of which I (could not quite determine, aud abecotn ririg garden hat of the same dark hue. I (noticed that sure for earrings of smoked 'pearls she was without any ornament of (jewelry, though I subsequently learned ?hat when on gr?nde teuun hor display tof precious stones iB something wonder IfuU I confess I should hardly have rec emvress ft.ehf.kick. ogntzed our former princess ...

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