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Daughters Of Eve

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A grandda jghter of Charles Dickens does a flourishing business with a type writer. The Empress Eugenie has recovered her health and now talks about a tourin the Höly Land. Miss Anna Dickinson, who bas boen ill for nearly a year, is slowly irnproving and will shortly go south. Mrs. Maekay presentod the new Countess Caima, who is a Jewess by birth, a diamond and ruby aigrette brooch. Queen Victoria, having beeij requested to ■write hor name in a Biblc speclally printed for the colonies, and to add a verso frora Scripture, selected the following: "Onearth peaco, goodwill toward men." It is remembered of Jenny Lind that she disliked flatUry. When the sculptor Durham made a bust of her she was greatly displeased with it. "I am," she said to him, "au ugly Swede and you havo made me a beautiful Englishwoman. A young woman of culture in London haa set the fashion of wearing a black Portia gown, linerl with crimson, to the theatres, , and has gained several followers. She is now trying to lend off with a studded shirt front and white ?ravat. Rose Elizabeth Cleveland has proved a most acceptable teacher of hi story. She is popular with her pupils at Mrs. Reed's boarding school iu New York, and under her guidanee they have become profleient in the hi& torical studies undertaken. In a Spanish newspaper, printed at Matanzas, Cuba, appeare the following advertisement: "Photographs of the most beautiful woman in the world - Sra. Francés Folsom velanrï, the lady of the "White House, the idol of (10,000,000 of people, the wife of the president of the United States. Cali for the 'El Rayo Verde' cigarettes." The wife of Don M. Diekinson, thenew postinaster genera!, is a handsome woman- taD, with auburn hair, clear complexion and dark eyea Slie has always been very popular in Detroit, and has been a prominent figure in the social life of that city. She is extremely affable, and has both tact and dignity. She is considerably younger than her husband. ,


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Ann Arbor Register