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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, April 25, 1890
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r CHAT ABOUT THE STYLES. BLACK LACE DRAPED OVER WHITE SATIN. ubout Jackets—The >"ew SIcevcH—Caru of the Halt—A Costome "Worn IJefore the Queen—A Farls Ke- crptloii <<owii—Notes of th« I'ashloiis. ELICATK BLACK lace o v c i- white s a t i ii ••omposiw many a dinner sown, trimmoii with sto<>i or of jet. One, recently ordered for Nice, \viis plainly urnumt'd with Mack lace fulling over while satin, sind tlirei! U'li.ffliis of black velvet ribbon, iibout five indies wide, falling straight .down from Hie waisttot.be ed.se of the skirt a!. botH sides. Each <nit> \vas finished o:f wltli a fringe of stivi ;:ml had another frin^u sown on about_threc-c|uartors of the way down. The bodice was partly of velvet and partly of black lace, drawn over white satin; the sleeve, on tlie velvet, half, cousisu-d of a rolled band of velvet, with a frinsio. of steel and au upritrln. steel-beadprl epaulet, that on the other being a continuation of lace over satin, with thesiee! epaulet. Another bl:u-k and white sown sent with the above had n plain frunl. without fold or fullness of any kind, of rich whito silk, with a deep pointed jetted guipure a! the eilgc, the. uoints going upward: bodice and train of bla«k satin brocade, with a large design of crescents, and a scarf. loosely tied at tlie left side, but very well forward, of white silk muslin: the. sides hitncr plain. •JarUets and Sleeves. Very large desicns are to be fushioi;- r.blc on silken and woolen fabrics, and ••verything is to hang as plain as possible. Some, early stiring skirts have a velvet band at the edsre and another ut a little distance above. The bands are from three inches U> four inches wide and correspond with the general coloring. There are now 'on an average seven single-widths in a skirt—four at the tt soio, oimc.uecl ou the corselet and along the tunic fronts with Brussels lace and eold embroidery The Anno of Austria bodice is opened to display a chomisette in mousseline chif Ton, edged with sleeved friilings, and shoulder epaulettes In wire lace. The muslin and embroidery ore visible in front, and spread tn a fan plaiting over the feet. 8qtiaretra.il!. Jewel coronet In hair. Worn Before tlie Queen. I.i: .1ACKKT. back, two at the sides, and one in front. Xo steels are added and only a small pad; some women do not have even this. Fifteen yards of single-width material nre sufficient, for a gown, inclusive of foundation. Home bodices are edged with a Hat ulr.ited cord, or a round one. which sometimes finishes off in long loops and ends. The. Irigot sleeves _are tjuite in the height, of fashion for jackets and sown?. In i.oth they are to be seen in velvet as well as in the material. There, are two styles —one is cut on the cross, very large, and fully gathered at the top. graduating till below the e.lbow it is so tight that it, is buttoned up the inside of the arm: the, ether is a plain sleeve lirat, with a wide one over it from shoulder to elbow. This overpiecc, which resembles a long puff, is frequently of another material from the gown, or if not thelowcr part of the sleeve is. Epaulets, of open-work beading, like small tiaras, are being sold for fixings on to low dress bodices, and also floral ones. On some of the t-ea-gowns the epaulets are exactly of tlie same size and shave a? thv, horseshoe brioche bread supplied on tho continent. The old-fashioned narrow silk fringe trims some of tho season's tga-gowns. It edges the entire front of the gown on both sides, and also the short scarves which form in many frowns the. over- sleeve, resembling a scarf passed under the arm. and gathered UD high on >he top of it. In this style an i-ffective combination is a cinnamon silk gown and fringe, and scarves, opening uver a front, and tight long sleeves of white; or an emerald grt.cn over pale salmon-pink, or jrrey. All tlie now jerseys have raised sleeves, although not many have appeared yet A red siik one, with cuffs, high collar, and small yoke of b!r,ck velvet, is much worn at orescnt for quiet homo evenings; and Mack with red vests, braided over with black, for day. Half-fitting brocade jackets, with laco waistcoats and trim- wings, ara worn by elderly ladies over. th". same or other skirts. Wide scarves of sprigged net with overcast scalloped e3ges have superseded the lace ones. Some of the newest cashmere cloaks, very long, and lined with shot silk, have iiigh collars, yokes and inner waistcoats «f black lace. Later on they will como into fashion among the be.st dressed "'omen. Paris Reception fiown. At the: last drawing-room at Hm-kins- ham palave the Hon. Le Poor Trench wore the costume figured above. The train and bodice were of cream brocade, <triped with lerra-cotta and. pale bine, and lined with te.rra-cotta silk. Tho petticoat was of terra-cotta silk, draped with beautiful Brussels lace. THE Government of Saratoff, Knssia, Bells each year to the people an immense quantity of tar for use in their business. All the sales are on credit, aucl as the peasants can neither read iior write the account of each is kept by means of certain signs made with the tar upon liis doorpost. Pay day comes every fall, and thcn'onlv are the doorposts of Saratoff waslied clean until a liew account is started. Xo.ui DIIEW. a once prosperous Michigan farmer, who went crazy over religion and went to England to join the Zoezreelites or "J«ew and I^ater House of Israel," lias just died and been buried in the Potter's Field. Pie spent his fortune to further the interests of the i Zeezreelitos. Kev. 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Trains !rave Ontral Cnlon Depot. Cincinnati. ossing tlie Fumous lligli Hridpe ot Kentucky, uitl n>unUing 'the base of Lookout MonnUUn. Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains. Over One Million Acres of Land in Alhan:a. the future Grrat State of the StJUth subject tn ijre-emption. Cnsuriias.-ed chniate. For Correct County Hap*. Lowest Rate.s :uid full particulars addres. 1). (!. KBWAEES. C.m. "senger it Ticket Agent, Queen <t Crescent Borne. flncliinaU. O. aprilodiwly U you are golns j SOOTH on EAST See that your tickets tv-ac VIA. I C., I., ST. L. <fc C. By. For It 1» the BEST find QUICKEST RorrE. THE POPULAR LINE Between Chicago, Lafayette, Indianapolis, CINCINNATI. The Entire Trains run Through wit I out change, Pullman SleeeperB and Elegant Reclining Chair Cars on Night Traing, Magnificent. Parlor Cars on Day Trains. FOP Indianapolis, Cincinnati and the Southeast, take the C., I., St. L, & C. Ry., and VandaHa Line via Coif ax. THE ONLY LINEc!n^n a S a ^ fiieat Objective Point for the distribution ot Southern and Eastern Traffic. Tbe lact that It connects In the Central Union Depot, in Cincinnati, with the trains of the C. i O. tt. K. C W. & B. B. li. (B. & O..) S. Y. P 4 O. H. B. (Erie.) and the C. C. C. 4 I RT [Bee Line.1 ior the East, aswellas with tbe trains of the C. N. O. A T. P. H'y, [Cincinnati Southern], and Ky. Central Ball-way for the Souin. Southe.-ist and Southwest, pives It an advantage over all Us competitors, for no route trom Chicago. Lafayette and Indianapolis can make these connections without compelling jiassengers to suhnilt to a lonir and disagreeable Omnibus transfer for both [assen- eers and baggage. Four trains each way. dally except Sunday. Two troln each way on Sunday, between Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Through tickets imd bacsnige checks to all i.rtn- clpal points can be obtained at any ticket offlce C 1. tit L. &C. Ky.. also by tills line at all coupon ticket offices tbroucliout tee country. JOHN EGAS. .1. H. JIAU'JTN. i:«:. ™*s. it Tkt Aet. I)lst_ Pa-sa. Apt. Cincinnati O SE cor Wash tn & Meridian Sts. Indianapolis, In<1 . SANDBTW'S ELECTRIC BELT Same cure, FREEot charge. edlcHl wor3s; sheraliAw road by every la DBITOUS and dobllinLted. Afldr*-35, . 3F. C. FOTVI^EK, Moodus, Conn- PENNYROYAL WAFERS. Prescription of n phjsidan who bar, had a iifo Iocs experience in irei-tiDgr Tsnialo'diseases. Is used monthly with perfect success by orar 10,000 ladies. Pleasant, safe, effectual. Ladies asltyour drug- rlst for Pennyroyal wafers and t^!:o no substitute, or Inclose post- nro^orBcaledparticulars. Bolclby c«wv T\ - *- c.il dr^rgiJ'ta, $l_per bos. Address THE KUKDLA r~~ T JlCAIi CO.. Dcraorr, MICE jSt THE fiE«TLEH*ilS'S FlilESO. *< U ngreceflentefl Attraction over a Million Distributed. Louisiana State Lottery Go. Incorporated by tlie Legislature, for Ed- cational and Charitable purposes, and its fran- -tilso made a part ol tlio pr»ser.t State Constitution, In 1879, bj- an overwhelming popular vote. Its JfAirjIOTH DRAWINGS take place Seroi- AnnujLilr, (June and DecemN»r), and Its (rEVND SINGLE NUMBER DHAWjiSKS tike place in eacli of tlie other tc.n months of tbe year, antl axe •11 drawn In public, at tbe Academy of llustc. ew Orleans, La, FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS, FOP Integrity ot its Drawings,an<3 Prompt Payment of Prizes. Attested as Follows: 'We do hereby certtff that we supervise the arrangements for all tbe Montblj- and semi-annSl Drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery Company and In person manage and control the Drawings taemselves, and tbat toe same are conducted witt aonesty, fairness and in good faith toward ail parses, and we authorize the Company to use this certificate, with fac similes of our signatures at tacbed, in Its advertisements." We the undersigned Banks and Bankers nQl paj all Prizes drawn In The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our coun ters. K. M. WALcMS.l.BY, Pres. Ix>nlsloii Jlafl Bank. PIKJEKK liANAirjc, Pres, State Snt'l Bs.uk A. EIALiOWlN. Orleans Ti&t'l Bnuk M. Inlon Kational HanU. Grand MontMy Drawing, In the Acadetay ol Music, New Orleans, Tuesday, May 33, 1880, Capital Prize $300,000. 1OO,GOO Tickets at 'jfwenly Oollars each. Ilalvcr* S3O; <^i!arier» *3; TenthH S2 : TrveutfpHis si. T.I3T OF PRIZES. 1 Prfee of $300,000 la ................... SSXUXJE 1 Prize ol 100,0001s ................... 100,00(1 1 Prize ol 60.1XX) is ................... 60.000 1 Prize of 25,()OQ is ................... 25,000 'L Prizes of 10,000 are ................. WflOt S Prizes of 6,000 are ................ 2a,OCi.) 125 Prizes of 1.00C are ................. 25.0UO 100 Prizes of 500 are ................. 50,000 200 Prizes of SOU lire ................. 6WX 600 Prizes of 200 are ................. iPPEOXlMATJOS PHIZES. 1(JO Prizes of $500 are ........... _ ........ ,,.$5(),UC*) IdO Prizes of 300 are ........................... 30.000 100 Prizes of 20(1 are .............. _ ........ 20.WC TKEJOSAL FRIZES. 999 Prizes ot $100 are ......... „ ............. SftiKlO 999 Prizes el 100 are ......... _ ............ B9.900 S,1M Prizes amounting to ............... $l,0ui.8(r NOTE.— Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not en titled to terminal prizes. AGENTS WAITED. For Club Kates, or any furtlier information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearlr stating your residence with state, county, street and number; More rapid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing au Envelope bear ing your fall address. IMPORTANT. Address 31. A. 31. .* By ordinary letter. contaliUn? it oney Ord issued by all Impress Companies. New Yorte change, Draft or PostalSote. Address Registered Lelters ContaiBing Currency to NEW OHLEANS NATIONAL RANK. Now- Orlpnns. Lr- '•KF.MK33tS.- ft. ;|I.M lav |.:ijin«-n! nt 1T1. Is Cfi' A ti-i ,'->•{• '. . - s; i K«*t Si XATIOX ; t. SI V> K"> ••• >f.'. Or-'.vis. ami the Tickets;ui> ,«V-iieiI hv ;bc ITH.-ldent of ;.n ias'J tutlon, wbo^'.b ch;iner«-l i'mht> jiiv rtx-i^iii:^Hl in the highest Courrs; tl:eieli:Te V^-«ttr^ or' fill !m IcaHona or anoiiymuns >c!ienu--« " OXI; I>OI.i.AK is Ihe pric-e of the snial!«sl part or fraction o! a Ticket )!!•!•>« KI> BV i:K Inanj Drawing. Anything In our namo offered for less than n Dollar is a swindle. fl • TTHimW Tstc- no shorn nnless (.Allllllnl W.I,. BOMIM-name*»<J UAU A Wil price are stamped on the bottom. If tne dealer cannot supply •end: direct to factory, enclosing price. OurMalyoor Perfection Byrliifr.- fn-i- \-itb every bottle. Prevents Sitxi*tnre. ^.'urv^ «i«norrl»att and Cle«t in 1 to •* rtay*- Ask your 'Dmifgiat for it. Sent to any mlcress for 81.OO. Ad<Jrei« fALYDOR MAWOrS CO..LANCASTEB.O. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. JTlne Calf, Heavy TJlced €*»in and Creed moor Waterproof. „ . ^, Best in the world. Examine till S5.OO OENUINK HASB-SK\rED SL S4.00 HAMD-SEWK1J WEI.T SHOB. 83.50 POfJCE AND FAKMKKg SHOB. •2.5O KXTRA V \I.tJK * 3A1.F feHOE. 83.25 * S3 WOKKINCDIBN'S SHOBS.^ •2.00 and Sl.TS BOYS' JfpHOOI. SHOES All made la Congress. Button and IMX. $3 & $2 SHOES 81.7S SHOB FOR MISSES, Best Material. Best Style. BestFlttlnr •W. 1.. IJouslati, Brockton. Brass. Sold by For sale by J.B. WINTER WHAT T 1 HAVE YOU For some of the cuoice't liunli in \»'E*TER.'» KANSAS, bolhclearxnd l!)CuraDered.hnpro«(t,l arid unimproved. CT-SenO f ar i l " r , I itf£ r B, t aK" Ba.lne.Kert f O'JWO, KUDS-'-ri "-CES> or OLD . SCOTT'S I Eloctrio to llio^e be. "tf Vitality, Lo*t V» iii*Uy =it home. «•; l>*^y*«r . ^Vim.t PERFECT , U!l<Uc-ace<J am) EMertr men who oi-f lTerlntr fpam UIR effect* of joutbriil ffilii^s or ui- '»SM of maturer rears, am! uuw find tfi^lr ruuii^ tfor decreased and who iir^ 1 troubled -wltb ti-rrttj!*? rains and losses, you can bejKTniaEunUy reMon"'d V, -KKPECX SJATVUCOD, at home, wUbou. po«Qr«, at lnvi-e*t co»t, by Dr. Clarke'* proved mettiodB. tested and priivcn In zcsriF *) ar's practice (KutablUbnd fiil), in Chranle, ri-vou. and 8p«clKl Dlscnses. If in noca of ntcdlcaj aid, send Tor Qcrotion itti v yon can full; describe the symptoms of roortiHr- cuiar diwsase to me. Consultation free and SKcreJ lonrs. 3 to 3; Sundays. 9 to 12 Aodresu F. D. CLARKE, ffi.D., 86 B. Clark St.. CHICAGO, SLf.. salth is Weal, Di. E. O. Wut'c N«rr« «od Bnla TrtBtmecit, • guaranteed vpeolflo for Hyrt*ri», Dljcmess, Ooa- ions. Fits, KerrrycB N*ar*IfliA, Eea^Keht, votii Proetrstloo O«QM<I bjtke u*e of alcohol r Mnaeeo. Ti'shefalneM, KcaUl Depression, goft- olu.>. of tbe Er»in r*»aJUng in iuwnlty and lead- n« tr. ralecry J d«*y fciul dwth, Prematare CM VRO. Ear re en wa, lsou>of powrin either 6*1, nvolnntar> Lof»e* «B^ flparnMtorrboee oacs«d by v«i exertion of tk* braJm eeH-Ataae or OTcr-la- al«?«cce. Each box oenialn* one moath'n tr«ftt- ent. ll.OOa baj, oriiT boiM.-for $5.00. wntbj •11 pr»p»ld on r*s«lptoCpHc«. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXKS near* «.Df :ii 0 . With e*ch ordtr rfr^ iT«J b sTor *lr borse, &coompaniitd viihR-'-i, ITS wj «nt thspurohMier oar wrtttsu giurci~t.4e to r«fnn i« aioney if the tr**tm»iit do«9 not effect * fior* >cs.ai:t«e3ltBDftdonl> bj E, T. nSo Ac*at tor Lagmtupcrt. OTOPS ALI. ^-* UKiwilural 24- hoars. manGoTtramesfcCor Hospital &Armyutc P.S.C. is put up for American trtde in a patent bottle holding syrinjjc (sex c»t; At druggrati, SLOO, in 3 days. No Stricture NQP a L..sU_RE| SM . 5e3 j. <! j for y^ TheVonMc*IComp3ay. ClnciniaH.CWo. -tmn. D. F. KJEESLISO. Agent. Loffmsport, JOSEPH GiLLOnS STEEL PENS COLO MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION IS73., '• Nos. 3O3-4O4-I7O-6O4. ; THE MOST PEBPECT OF FEUS.- Th -y will dye ererytMnjr. TI-? here." l>rire K\c. :; :«-. .;:n.c. ri for Streopil., Jtn-.-h:>!;•-- ".^...i orforl'.'t:i---" .'u:-. .. ..• • Theyd'j • : Ben Klsher. 311 Kourtb street. S3.OOSHOE FDR EEJTTLEMEBT. The only 3'ina Calf Seaiclesa $3-OO Shoe in the •world'witli a smooth Innersole. No Tacki Nails or Heavy SeamofTIiread to hurt the Feet and vcear out StocSRcgs; une- Genuine unless Stamped on Sole* „ SERKINS & IOYCE $3. SHOE WAMNIHI fW. M. GRAFFIS, Logansport Inci SWISS CONDENSED MILK RIGI BRAND 6KNBIKK SWISS COM>ENSK) HILK. Guaranteed the richest and purest milk roau- factured, containing ovfr 50 p*r cent, cf butter. Children and Invalids will thrive wonderfully, ami families will find Its use more economical than ordinary cows milk. See your srocer gives you genuine Rig* Swiss Cornier.?*! Milk. Irr.rxm Agent, JAMES P. S3HTH, Sew Yort and Cblcagu. BRIGHTINE OIA KEMKUT POSITIVE CUBE FOB Correspondence AollcteU, rujuablo oifarmalion free. J8 FOR MEN ONLY! VIBDR- rLOBXorMlIIHGl; . jwnd and 2TEB.VOUS TICTITTTTT; Tealmnsof BodyudXiad, ESiecol r Rcdored. Bov t« nfKra* aHd KUKTELUPEOORtiASBAfABTSOrllObC* • HOa> TKUTMIST—B^m^U. In • «^w A Cbieagodruggist retailed J2000000of ' ;$&& B. P. KeesHng ami Culleu & C< Agents m Logansport.

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