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

PORTSMOUTH NE WS The Bright and Breezy Happen? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. RELATING TO THE PRIMARY. A Meeting of Candidates Called. Visiting Lako Drummond. Hail in the County. Fine Easter Music. Wanted to dump From the-Third Story. Tliere will bo do meetings this wook. All tho religious meetings buvo been closed. There will be a Uorniau at Kiru Hall fo Dig lit. The scboola will all opeu again to? morrow. '1 be Easter tuusio was due iu all the cliurcbos Suuday. The oouditiou of Mr .1 D YouDg was ilightly liottor ycstordoy, T'bo meetings ut tbo Court Street SBaptist Chnreb closed last night. A party ol gentlemen went to Lake Drummond yesterday aud spent tbo day. There will bo a marriage at the Court Btreet baptist Church to morrow uf leruoou. It now looks as if tbo Councils will bare to be ohoien by ward mealing s as usual. Tbe now mill nt Scott's Creole on Jiiilligau's Poiut will be started before mnuy duys. Head the advertisement of W .1 Davis tu this ib9tie iu reference to tbe bul...

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

The Hope and Fruition of Bessie Thornwell's Easter. THE OLD CAROLINA HOME The Innocent Flower Reared in All the Sweetness of Refined Seclusion Passed Into a More Glorious Easter Than Earth Could Celebrate. Iiwior day wns drawing neer, as was fplowD ia the opening glories of wood pud, Sold aronnd the old Carolina home, phe're flessiu Thoruwell had spent the flays of her uneventful but happy life Tloaoysueide and jasmine blOSSOUiS i the worm fences: lilies of the rvallby. violets, buttercups aud dnn -joeliOns carpeted the meadows, while jtrt?Stpot flowers and laurel blossoms *.e.nt glory to the neighboring swamp. $Th? .thrush, cardinal grosbeak and raoaVSngbfrrT rilled the air with melody, as though heralding the coming of the JChrist day. The youth and buoyancy i?f-the vernal season were in consonance ?vith the life and protni.se of the girl,, jfjat'buddiug into beautiful woman J.ow supremely happy she wns as tho tefnl breaths of the mimosa reached aetf nostrils sind as sho looked ou...

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

CIIIEBQILpiT. illoitoT Market llv Southern Assoniatod Press. Nrw Yoittt. April 15.?Money o;i cull easy at 1)r2| por cent . closing ?I 2. Storliug exchange I? firm, v>ith actual business i? bankers' bills at t881a48S] ror sixty .lay* nu-.t 1891480) for demaud. Posted isles. I8i>40>. Commercial bills, 4874.U4S8. Covcruiuout bomb, llrui. THK KTOCK MAB.KKT?CUO8IS0 IUI?. Atuecicnu Cotton Oil, 27: Amerio m Cot? ton Oil. prof. 71a74; Anierionu Sugar lteflu cries, 103it American Siis;ai- Itottneries, prof, Hj; American Tobacco, t'>. ext American To? bacco, uror.. 107 ox; Atchisoti, Popeka auJ tajita t o. 52. Ualtimoro and Obio, 5J):lCau ait.i Pacific. 40J. Chesapeake au I OJilo. 17;; Chieagoiind AHou, 117; Ouioago. Ilurliui; lonaudQuincy.722;Chicago (in^ 1 ruat,711,ox: Llclawara and Laeknwanna, lttd}t Di-til lers and Cattle Feeders. i51 Erie. 10: Erie, j r< r. l9|rOcueral Kleetrio. :t t,': Illinois Cen? tral, 83}; Luke Erie aii;l Wester...

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

m ins so in The Unusual Action of New York Retail Butchers, WANY FORCED TO SHUT UP. High Prices Attributed Both to a Corner In Cattle and to a Real Scarcity. A Meeting of Cattle Raisers. A Prominent Butcher Interviewed. Seme of tho big retail butchers of ^Washington market, Now York, have jolosed thoir business for tho Bingular /cause that meat is lush. Says a well jknown butcher to n New York Sun re? porter: j "It is simply impossible for tho retail . Bratchers to do business at a profit so Bong qb tho present wholosnlo prices pre ijrall. That seems absurd, doesn't it? fWoll, lot mo give you somo figures. A jwhole steer weighing 800 pounds costs ens IQ}4 cents a pound. Beforo wo can psell that steer it has to be cut up, and ?Tor the different cuts wo get prices ?vhich in somo cases nro higher and in (Others low or thnn 10 Vj. Thu quantity Jfor which we get prices loss than lO'-j' (cents exceeds thnt for which wo get Snore, so that in tho uggroguto we lose p^,, cents, aud in tbia 11...

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

in The Clams Chawed Up In Good Shape. NO REASON FOR A DEFEAT. The Game At the Norfolk Park Yes? terday Afternoon Was Well Played After the First Inning. Setley monkeys With T?te and Gets Left. Whaley All Right. Well, Ibis in the story of another defeat for Norfolk. And the most r.ggravatiug purl of it ull is that the fellows wliu mine out on lop bail Irom tbe pioturesrjne town ofvPortsuioutb. It is a tritlo trying, to say.ttio least, 'Mit a strict regard lor Ibu truth forues tbe writer to uunotiuue I bat thus far Portsmouth bas tbo best end of tbe in? teresting atruggle fur puunum. It is ?afe to prediol that DO pur cent, of tbu men and women who paw yesterday's f.uuie butweeu Norlolk utul PurUmotith Will vorify this unsortiou. In u word, the events and incidents of tbu last two dm s have demonatruled that tho gen? tlemen who bail it i.tu tbu other end of tbe ferry are oapublu of playing n hel? ler game of hull than the young men Who are paid "living wages" to rrpre aeut Norlolk in t...

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

Judge Lumpkin Will Prevent Dis? crimination Against "Sal," MR. ST. JOHN INTERVIEWED. He is Satisfied With the Decision and Says Desperate Efforts Will be Made to Show That Tbe Sea? board Air Line Has Done Something Improper. Jndpo.L U. Lnmpkin, of Atlanta, tendered b deoision yesterday granting tbe injunction asked by tbo Seaboard! Air Lino to prevent the Western and Atlautic and other roads from discrimi? nating against the Seabonrd Air Liuo in the matter ol passt ugers aud freights. ' Tbe decision is hs follows: ??Tbe Seabooard Air Line I'elt Rail road Company, et. al, v.--. Westeru und Atlantic Itailroad Company, et, id, Equitable petition in Fllltou Super.or Court. ??Ibis case having come ou for a bear? ing ou an application tor au injunction, after bearing nud considering the evi dence aud arguments, it is ordered aud decreed as follows: That to tbe extent and with the limitation bereiuafter stated, but no further, the Westeru aUd Atlautio Itailroad Compauy, nud thu Nashville, ...

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

BUSINESS WOMAN, a woman who works, sooner or later nas to build up htr strength with Dr. Pierco'a . Favorite Presen p tion. If you suffer from backache, nsrvousucss, faiut ing-spells, or sleep? lessness, tako tbc " Proscription." It Is woman's speci.il tonic, and uurvine. IVb a medicine that builds up, Invigorates, cpgulates, and cures. It lessons tbo pains and burdens of child-bearing. If it doesn't beuerlt or cure, in " few als complaints" ond weaknesses, you bova your iuoouv back. Dn. H.V. PianCE: Drar Sir?I tinvc taken the "Favorlto Prescription" tud 1 can rco viameud it to any body that suffers with *ny female disease. I have tried icveral ??octor'i prescriptions but none did me tbc good that yours did. Yours respect f ully, Toot MiitrcM, Shtrrtr gl?, Pallas Co.. Ala. WANTED. ^ITANTED?Toreot frame dwelling, sis orelgbl ti rooms, conveniently located, motler.it? |>r Address W. O. lt., tuleofllce. npl7-:; \t7ANTKD?A lad* with experience iu canvassing 11 i'iu s&...

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

\ rOBLISHED EVEBY MOUNINO EXCEPT MONDAY. VIRGINIAN BUir.DtNO. 5 MAIN AND t'OMMl'.Ui E Sl'HEETS. M Ol.ENNAN. Ouvi-f._ j Es?-' Entered as sooouii-clajs tnattor. ""It is reported that Utissia will oppose ' I the annexation l>y Japan of any port I ol China's continental territory. The Keuuehi'C comity graud jury re I ported tifty-two iudictnieuta for viola- | lion of the liquor law. They still driul: , and sell rum in proiiihitiou Maine. The advance iu the price of beef is Baid to be Ihc result of a comhiuotiou | of the dressed beef dealers, who have I made the advance on tbo pita of the eenrcity of hoof catt e. Secretary Mortou has issued iustruc tions to the agents of the Bureau of Animal industry to investigate iho rise iu tbo price of meat, ami to report to him, with ns little delay as possible, till the facts gathered by Hum. t II IK A ? >l? .l.tl'A.V. Tlio world will rejoice over tho ces? sation of hostilities between ('hum and Japan. The latter country bus e...

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

The Accur to Resum? of Current Thought and Events. MANY PROSPECTIVE MARRIAGES'; Trial of Pay Clerk Say re. Death of Mrs. Sophia Lyons. Sale of Park j View Lots. Fatal Indian Club Swinging;. Regarding the Primary. All tho Bohooia open to day. To-morrow tho County street row Will he up holoro the Mayor. Tho county convention will assemble at Lesucr's Turk at noou to-day. A Fourth street merchant leaves this morning for Mississippi to be tnurried. Your can now go from Portsmouth to Atluutu, a distance ol bUil miles, lor tjG. H. 0. Crowdor, a colored dnde, waB fined $'20 yesterduy for carrying a pis tel. I bo cotton factory stockholders will bold uuother meeting to night to see what can be done. Attention is called to tho udverline me nt of citizens of I'leueaut Qrovo Dis? trict in uuother column. Mr. Young Old ami Miss Codd will lie mariied at tho Court Strrot Hupliut Church tire afternoon ut ."> o'clock. A uumlier of Park View lots were fold ut auction yciierdny by 11, L. P...

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

The Great Inventor Talks About the Kinetograph. LIKE A MEDIEVAL WIZARD Two Inventions in One. The Phono? graph so Combined as to Make One See and Hear the Grand Opera at Home. Wonder of Wonders. fCOPTRtliHT, 1S9J.1 VISIT TO Thomas A. Edi? son is sugges? tive of a pil? grimage to the haunts of some medioval wiz? ard. The Wal? purgisnacht Knust und the kmmroit oi the Krochen aeem tnmc in comparison. The greatest inventor that jsver lived has established himself in a ?dell hidden among vagrant mountains in Now Jersey wilds. The neighbor? hood has no inhabitants with tho < caption of the two hundred odd men whom the Wizard employs in Iii? incan jtations. The place is an old deserted urine, once known as Ogdeu. but the rockttbyo railroad with bulky engines jandwhoezy, catarrhal cars that meander that way when the wind is not too ?srronp. has christened it EtUson. There jtro buildings all over Ellison, large ftmlldings that walk about the premir.es If you press a button. In fac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 April 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. moiiav Market Hv Southern As?ociato I Prait. ' fir.w Your, April 16.?Money 0:1 call easy lit l)a2) per eout . closing at -'? Sterling Axnhnuge la firm, with actual business in bankers' bills at iKHJ.uls-ti lor sixty .lays iiu I 489^181)) for demand. I'oatod ratca, I83)at90. Commercial bills, 187ial38. Government, bonds, lir.u. TU? STOCB MAHKKT? OLOStXO BIOH. American t'ottou'.Od. 27j: Amor.oan f'ot ?u Oil, prcf. 73a7U; vmerioau Sugar Iteflu ?.ries, 10lf:America? Sugar Itetlneriei, prof, m fx Americau 'lobacco. 90): American To baoco, prof., 107s Atchlson, T.poka an I bnntn be, 51: Baltimore and Ohio, 55):lCan ?da Pacific, lit; Chesapeake nud Ohio. 171; Chicago aud Alton, 117: Ohioago. liurliug lounudQuiucy. 72|; ChicagoQaaTrttat, 70$; tlclaware n?d t Lackttwaniia. 100:' DUtll lors and Cattle Foedors, 16); Krio. lu:: Krlo. yref.. Ul|;Qcuerai Electric. 3'J:*Illinois Con Iral, 00); Lake Erie and Western, 18J; Lake trie an,i Western, pref.. 75j; Lake Shore, 111; Louis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 17 April 1895

iiiiliuici! D?tcome of Republican Extrava? gance and Misrule. OPINIONS OF BOSTON HERALD Unscrupulous Increase of Expendi? tures and Imprudent Methods of Taxation. Duties for Protec? lion Not Revenue. Cause of the Inev!tab o. i Many of those who nro repining be pauso an income tax has been imposed by t!;u national government arc prone to object toil beoausopf the lack of any necessity for such an impost They at? tribute it to tho Domocrntio party, and they blaine that party lor n gratuitous levying of taxation which might have been spared thoso who aro to pay it. It is trno that tho Domocrntio party is re? sponsible for tho law, but it is not nt nil 60 plain either that it is unnecessary or that this party is responsible for the State of facts that led unto it. That state of facts may bo concisely paid to bo increased expenditures of tho gov? ernment nnd diminished sources of rev anna Consciously or unconsciously, thoso who have controlled public affairs for the last 25 years have be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

An Imperial Proclamation, Giving Authority to Li Hung Chang. ?00,000,000 TAELS INDEMNITY All of Japan's Demands Practically Conceded. The Indemnity to be Paid in Silver. The Armistico Has Bacn Extended tor Three Weeks. By Bouthcrn Asbociated Press IiOKSON, April 17.?A dispatch to the Star from Tien Tain saya that un Jtuporiul pronlntnntion baa boon issued author.zing Li ilung Chang to sign the treaty of pence with Japan (juaruu ?.eeing tho payment of 200,000,000 tools Indemnity. 15 y tho proolutuntion Li Jiiing ciiuug ig ompowered to cede to Japan tho inland of Formosa und tho 8emusulu of Liuo Tung to tho fortieth egreo of latitude, to sanction the opening of five oew commercial ports, Including Pekiu, and to give Japan powor to open cotton factorieH uud Other itHiustrioH in China. Hy tho terms of tho proclamation tho import rluca at the open ports are not to ex coed 'I per cent. Anothor imperial proolaiuntioti has been issued grunting sick leave to tho Vice Hoy of t niitou o'.ul or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

A Great Row at Lesner's Park Yesterday. TWO SETS OF CANDIDATES. As Usual the Norfolk County Dem? ocrats Failed to Agree. Held Two Meetings Yesterday and Nomi? nated Two Sets of Candi? dates for County. Pursuant to call issued by Couuty Cbairmau Oweus, tho Deuiocrnta of Dvorfulk county met at Leaner'a liali in Hnntet6vilie yesterday to nominate candidates lor county olllees. The con? vention was very disorderly, and in? stead of carrying out the purposes iu teuded held two eonventioua und nom? inated two tickots. The delegates and the frionds of the various aspirauts begun to assemble about 11 o'clock. Wims tboy urrivud three county coiirtuhlea were louti.l in cburge ol the door, wlio claimed tbat they had instructions to exclude nil persons fniiiug to present tickets for admission, it was claimed that the Washington Township people could not present this ueoeasary pnstport, but the Teuuer's i reek people could, and accordingly there was u "hntdiuh." The constables stood tirm, but tn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

WA >?!? Kl?. YT AN l ED?To rent frame .1?.) fa? ?I? or olght 1? r..-ji..*-, ronTcnleetty located, moderate price. Address VY. U. lt., tbiaolilor. ipIT-Ut? "it" ANTED? A lady with , zperb act in canvassing it can s>circ a situati* n ..i ? 1 ? ai I y address? ing EX? E1.SIOK, I'. O. Box, UIS, Norfolk, Va. t _ Wax I K!)? AI "Ii.,- to dispose of a merchant St tailor business up towu, rent is low and flacahaa bcao Fueeo:andly ran for the past twrho ?tan by oto party. A splendid line of pier e goods <u band to pull Die trade Uoods will betoM ?heapln i-b lots ii it It out ?ol l m a whole. A l? ii,?, i Alt IAIN', tare of Vlrg nlae. apH-tf HOARD Ibrci young genth.n can get a large j) l>a< k par or room with board *l a fair ??rlcein roat.al n.it <.i Hi,, city, l,y addreadug B ?ARD, box ?'. Poitoffleo apl2-tf SALESMEN, we ecu'1 satnp'es, allow liberal sal v a-\ and expense er ooteniiasloa to properan? ellc aU; Maple idler: three...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

?UTTABIJOBSn 1HJ5. ' PUBLISHED tvr.HV MOU5UNO EXCEPT MONDAY. VIUQINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AN!> COMMEUCK S111EET.& M- Ol.KSNAN. Owstn. l-'ntcro i bs secoml-clais mattor. . TnEClUCi:LAT10SOF i'lIK YIP.OINIAN ? la LAUOKL.Y IN KYOKSS ?1 nay other 1;at,er piib'^li->l in K.n ? u Virginia. ItscirculuU. ii "i Norfolk ami Portsmouth Is grittier than thai ? f ?uy paper published or^ 10:1 a'.e i iu tho two o in a. t ..d.i.vor I iu lUo cities of Norfolk and 8 Portsmouth aud sub irbi lor 10 cents a, wnk. ail - b ripti us, postage paid ? j'.Tj Dollars per ;.i r. llirn' Donars tor -Is. months. Ono Doliar aud Kitty Cents fur I throt m u tb=: au.i 1 i ty Oeuts lor one ninnt ? AdM-ttt'cnuuts inserted at tho rate of 7> Ckms a s va itl'mM is EitTiox: each aubso ' quent insertion :~, Custa, or ,'. ? ( -i I m.v-i tci' kvv.i'.v ' i'ltEll 1)av. Cootrae tors an-not allowed to oxoo <\ tboir spa a or ad erliao other than their Ioki iniate > Busine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

niiHuiaiiTi1 Tlio Largest Fire in the History of County Street. A FAMILY NEARLY BURNED Mr. Goodman, Wife and Children Dis? covered the Fire Just in Time toJJ Save Their Lives. A Jump From Upper Windows. Loss. SI5.0CO. Yesterday morning shortly nflor 1 e'oloek Ore wus discovered iu thu resi? dence of ?, tioodunui, ou the corner of fcouuty auil Cook BtreetH, about four ?ilooks from the city limit.-;. It spread Tory rapidly to the store of Goodman, which jh under his dwelling, and iu a lew minutes ?II means of escape vroro cut off, the stairway being on tire. Mrs. Goodman and the rest of tbo family bad to jump from tue second etory to a shed in front of tlio rdoro end n.iu.' their escape in that tuauuor. 3vlr. Goodman ?iubbed two of tbo children und went out tbu Windows villi theuj, while bis wifo curried the Other, A clerk of Mr. (i. came near being burned, ho not waking up until ?he tire bad nearly reached bim, All of tbo occupants escaped iu their night clothes. r-'orao ono told Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

A Syndicate Supplies Money, Arms and Men to Rebel Leaders^ THE MAIN OFFICE IN NEW \ORK pen. Canal, of Haiti, Said to Have Ap? plied to It. Cuba Being Aided by It. Has Political Influence. The Manner of Doing Business. News has been received mar rrcsn ?ont Hippolyte of Haiti, who is making 'a tear oi the republic, bad been nttaok .pi near tho frontier by a small body of fevoiutionists. Thoso rebels are Faid to bo friends of pcueral B. Canal, who is now an act Ivo .?andidato for the presidency. But a revolution to lie successful in 'Haiti west bo backed by an outsido force, and a vessel to bring arms into tho country is absolutely necessary. Canal has recognized the valne of such outside assistanco and has taken steps to secure it. A vessel, loaded with arms /or Haiti, has already loft the United States. Tho revolutionists are nt pres? ent without arms und can do nothing until they get them. Canal has managed his expedition iu * businesslike way. As a matter of .fact, it can hardly bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

CQHIMERCtIL REPORT. ill a II a V .^lartirt Bv Southern Associate 1 i'rem. ? TTtw YonK, April 17.?Money on call lira.er nt lie2l pur ceul .closing at V.>terliUK exolu.uno fa atrong. wiUi actual business lu frankora' bills at 4881 for llxty days and ?as-.'Jal'.O fnr demand. I'oitbd rub s. 189a4904. Commercial bills, 48ilu438. Govcrnmout l>onuX steady. TliB stuck sia1iki.T?ci.os1so bids. '? American Cotton Oil, U7|; Auior.oin Cot (ti Oil, vrcf. 7lla75; American Sugar Refiu-, ?ries, 1053: Americau Hagar Uctluoric, prof. V5}: Atuericau Tobacco, 1)7): Ameriean To fcaccc, pref.i lt'T; Atcbisou, Topeka mil tr'antn l'o, ~>\. Uattimorc und Olnu, 52}: Can? ada Pacific, Chesapeake and Ohio, 17i; Chiongo and Altou, 147; Chicago. Burling ?oii and Quiucy. 7J; Chicago QaaTruat, Tl{: jiilsnino and Laokuwauna. I0d}i biittl Inn. and i Ht'.lo l eo.ien. I6| Erie, 10,. Erie, jref.. 21};Ucuoral Electric,8*2J: llbnn:a ( eu? kal, ?0J; Lake Erie anil Woatorn, ID}; bako f'.ri-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 18 April 1895

The Spring Costumes That This Week Will Bring Forth. POINTS FOR FEMININE READERS WhitB and Black, Turquoise Blue and Black and Other Fashionable Com? binations. The New Capes and Jackets That Will Ap? pear After Easter. [COPYRIGHT, 1805.] TWVtfHEN Easter wAv/ Sunday is past you will see: Fine leghorn straw hats with Ion (?? feathers on ouch side and a hunch of to a t h e r tips over tho fore? head. Tho brim bends down to meet tbo eyes in front nnd almost to the uupe of tho neck hehiud. . Yellow straw hats with pale green ribbonrosctlos, black ostrich plutno on one aide, two white ones on tho other. Black struw toques with yellow Jon qv.il - under tlio britu, wired rolls of yel? low ribbon Htaudiup up over the crown tin double bows. Black 6traw picture hats with black Black tiifurcd net is tho standby. It is tho host veil there is for tho pioturo hat. but ehenUlo (joes hotter with toquo or capote. Dotted veils hurt the eyes, bw-t that is an old story und one tbut hns never counted ag...

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