The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1895 · Page 3
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 18, 1895
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7* ^^^^Nmimrmm^^^ SfcWMBBB Visgr • „, BUTTON _.., BLtSORBVTTOIIS KATE GARDNER'S Fall Dress Fabrics Show Voty Dainty 8olor Cornbiiiatioaa. Despite t»«!dictidi»* to the fcowttftt-y, th« fttg Sleeve and Kid* Skltt Still Hold fhcl* O«h-tJ#6 and Abu«« of tlM Sallof Mat. Special ChtcftKO Letter. Thotigh many pretty fancies appear in the imported models for autumn fi,nd early winter wear, there are but few marked changes from the styles m vogue during the past season. It is quite true some of the leading dressmakers have'made, and are still mak* ing, an energetic and determined move, toward the introduction of anew skirt, but so far their efforts have been entirely unavailing. This new skirt has STYMSH ALPACA COAT. W1U1HJUL Vjlia.J.J.gv-'i »»*•»" —-—;-— . geles, leaving Chicago daily via THE North-Western Line VERY LOW RATES. Detailed .ormatlon can be obtained upon application . - -IE8TERS GREAT VALUE FOR , + + .+'*+,;.•* LltTLlE MONEY. WEEKLY NEWS OF THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. superior ta tconnwy. "ill 11 ' fcs Ss Home and Society columns command the udmu;a- S ot wi™ and dausutevs. Its S e,,ml poHtical ™w», ed.t ona. and discussions ate comprehensive, brilliant and exlmratu e. S1J enato S? S'otottil^^ouvna, and TUK H™UCAK to- ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.85, CASH IN ADVANCE. JThe regular subscription tor the two papers is $2-50.1 many novel features, calculated to make it chic and altogether fetching, but, somehow, it doesn't catch on, and the style of skirt generally made for private orders differs but little from that worn at present. It fits a trifle more smoothly over the hips and has has fewer godets, but it flares quite as smartly toward the hem, and is invariably given the luxury of a silken lining reaching at least to the knee. The long shoulder seam is the great feature in fashion at the present moment. All the newest bodices show ro in a. more or less degree, and the fact that it is so universally unbecoming seems unworthy of consideration, so. eager is the devotee of fashion to have the latest at any price, even the price of good appearance. It is rumored that late autumn will show a decided change in the size of sleeves, but the latest importations do not confirm it. There is a tendency, however, to lessen the broad effect at the shoulder which is accomplished by having the fullness placed nearer the elbow and laid in fine pFaits. In the matter of materials it is quite evident that crepon will be as widely worn through the autumn-and winter months as during the past two seasons, although it is also a fact that the best dressmakers will as the season advances give a decided preference to cloth, both in smooth-faced and rough effects. Within the week I have seen some really beautiful samples of cloth material. One in particular I very much admired. It was in the new shade of blue called Bengal blue. It had a heavy surface that gave a soft, silver-like effect as uncommon as it was beautiful. Another, an exceedingly fine zibeline cloth, was in gulden brown and tan mixture with a gleam of dark red showing through it—a combination of colors, by the way, seen m many of the fall fabrics. A gown of this cloth made up with a touch of ruby red velvet and ornamented with trimmings of handsome dark fur would indeed be a frock of joy, and if the whole were crowned by a small bonnet, dark red in color and showing a note of red mingled with brown and yellow in its m lustrous pure white or else ^ream-tinted alpaca. They are made mostly in the skirt and coat style frith the short open jacket lined with colored taffeta silk and worn over a shirt- Waist of the same tatreta Others hare the waist made of the alpaca, with a wide plait down the front and the collar and belt miroir Velvet matching the jacket lining m Color. These short jackets are invariably made with a loose front, although more latitude is allowed in shaping the back. Some have the gwAeted back _of .last spring slightly modified, while dthers, again, show the really novel "sac back." The sac backs are really very stylish Itt appearance and have the added attraction of newness, so irresistible to many; but it cannot be worn successfully save by a favored few, and only the extremely slender woman with small waist and hip measure should count it among her possessions. The picture represents an entirely new model in short jackets, the flaring collar giving a special charm. It is made sleeveless, slashed at the side seam and fished with a fancy galloon trimming. I might mention in passing that some of the newer alpaca coats have their edges simply finished by several rows of machine stitching. A silk frock is nob an extravagance these days when good silks are to be had for a mere song. The autumn silks are, of course, higher in price than those offered for sale during the last weeks of summer, but even they are not beyond the reach of the multitude. These silks are, much richer and more beautiful than any I have ever seen, and it takes a will of iron to resist them. The fancy for chameleon hues has by no means reached its limit. In some of the handsomest patterns much violet red and gold are blended on dark grounds, the effect, being lovely in the extreme. These gaily-colored silks are not intended for street wear, but used for elegant house dresses, made up in style similar to that worn during the latter part of the season just passed. The model in the picture shows a very pretty and generally becoming style. It is made of prune-colored peau de sole shot with deep violet, cherry- red and coral-pink. The perfectly plain skirt measures six yards at the hem and is lined throughout with pink taffeta. The overhanging front to the round waist is exactly like those worn all summer, but the surplice collar shows an entirely new idea. It is made of rose-pink chiffon, edged with point de Venice lace and finishes with a bow SUMMARY ot WEI&'S NEWS Tuesday. Sept. 1°. The Association r-f Postofflce Clerks is in s«/=sir.n at St. Paul. The Indian office has rwifived noij- tirimtion of trouble at the Rosebud Sioux agency. Richard Mansfield, the actor manager of the Gairick »£ef e ^r;vv Yorkoity, is dangerously ill of typhoid fever. Senator Gray of Delaware says he B ef "no objection to Mr. Cleveland accepting the presidential nomination m 1896 if he can get it. The will of Susan W. Talmadge, wife of the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, was admitted to probate Monday. . l^tfp* tate, valued at $160,000, is left to het husband. \V"fcdti€flitny, Sept. 11. Roosevelt says that club* will be prosecuted for violation of the excise law. Tuesday was the hottest day ever known in Minnesota at this season. Thethermometer at St. Paul registered 95 degs. , The Iroquois club, the leading Democratic organization of Chicago, is in financial trouble. The American society of Municipal Improvement is in session at Cincinnati .A -i_i orvr\ »/^*itinit tiGlegates pres- •Hjjiitr , i ^ -^/*"ip WBsLfetf-Wesfcy State J^^lu^fe L^VAM-aWte to J * »±g*8 Subscribers pn»lti(f advai.ce can avail t lowest clubblb* w This Kt-ran^metit Is view to ,,ccnmlno.1«tl»* find it more convenient to subscription at their home business coming through these TWO LONDON HA.TS. with belt and the same rich fKTOSOUUTIOKB WAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. Adarea "":± rato TMF ALGONA REPUBLICAN. . THE INTER OCEAN „ „„,_ ,..,,,,„ „& THP. ; ^ .'... Most popular BepvUican Newspaper of the West AM Has largest Circulation. Wty. ^, PA';; EiSnv m The Wef k$ lirtf £ AS A mm : nm is"~ "" m»iw» -tStlwbl* Sa'^^tofr-i* of violet miroir velvet, rosettes at the waist of hue. , , For trimming silk dresses, and woolen , ones as well, lace will be used, but not in the tawdry profusion of past seasons, the <?dict having gone forth that none but the genuine article shall adorn my lady's frock the coming season. Irun- mings of real guipure and Venice point will be the proper caper. There is also a lovely combination of point de Venice and real Valenciennes that will be largely used, especially for collars and scarfs, and any woman fqrtuwte enough to own a fichu of real Brussels point will be right in the swim as it XV 61* ft The first autumn bonnets and hats are of the dark fancy straws that were «o popular all summer, with perhaps the raspberry redsand rich dark browns fc , * •!«•«» T^htt 'ffLUGV IOH* fiftiy c5<?w wS beVrticularly noticeftble in hats • -although- th-o all black .hat nas not 'been entirely abandoned, Green and blue in combination has not yet; K?n too much used to destroy its popularity and will be seen on many of tne handsomest bonnets. Most of the new hats nofc covered with black feathers are trimmed round the crown with a totals rnche of either chiffon or ribbon or cock's feathers, terminating at one with »n erect bunch of something 1 flowers o? tips, Aawiapos' \eseruches at the stores, the thrifty sister of an omiositwrn of mind ro»ybeo<?w« PW n milliner without Join* any _|_JJ.Ji^J. \j ^ f AAAV^»**J *« ~—— with nearly 200 regular ent. The German ministry of finance has decided to immediately convert the outstanding 4 per cent loans into 3 pei cents. . Lord Archibald Campbell and his Highland pipers marched through Wen- coe notwithstanding tho threats of the MacDoiuilcls. Thursday, Sept. IS. A plot against the life of Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has been discovered at Rustchuck. Twenty arrests have been made. Prince Hohenlohe, the imperial chancellor of Germany, was given an audience by the czar at St. Petersburg, "Wednesday. The White Star steamer Germanic, from Liverpool for New York, has among her passengers Reverends O. A. Briggs and C. H. Parkhurst. James Ashbury, who took the yachts Cambria and Livonia to America in 1870 and 1871 respectively, to compete for the America's cup, is dead. The execution of Cherokee Bill, set for Tuesday at Fort Smith, has been postponed by a stay of execution granted pending an appeal to the supreme court. The steamer Lady Wolsely of Dublin, bound for London, with 100 passengers on board, stranded on Godwin sands. The passengers and crew were ali rescued. Friday, Sept. 13. The pope has approved .the nomination of Rev. Dr. Kennedy to be rector of the American college at Rome. A telegram from Yokohama says the steamer Belgic, which went ashore Sunday morning, has been safely floated. Rev. Dr. Charles H. Hall, pastor of the Protestant Episcopal Church ot the Holy Trinity, New York city, is dead. ' A company of Western miners, with a capital stock of $3,000,000, has been organized to develop properties in the Rainy Lake region. Frank Forbes, business manager of the Forbes & Middleton Theatrical company, shot and fatally injured his young wife at Grand Ledge, Mich. The engagement is announced of George M. Pullman, Jr., eldest son of the sleeping car magnate, to Miss 1 e- licitie Oglesby, daughter of ex-Governor Richard J. Oglesby. , Saturday, Sept. 14. It is stated that the government intends to interfere in behalf of Cuba. will be given prompt attention By av:u!ii»K yourself of the _ quoted in this CLUBBING! KKi-um.tcAX and In tor Itl.l UJll.i „. Y. Trfbhne..... DubiKjtm Times, (ft g'jgf'l Pioneer Press Chicago Times....^ New York World.. New York Sun...'. -»-* Homestead........ S.40J Orange Judd Far- ''4:75S •>*4'.75| Harper's'\Vfipkly. . Harper's Bazar.... Harper's Magazine Cosmopolitan..... 1 . Mc'CluresMagaz'n.;, N. Y. Independent Chautauquau Review of Reviews Decorah Posten.;. The Midland Scientific American Conturv St. Nicholas Scribners ' Youth's Companion •'• Harper's Young Poo pl<' We«kV Current.... 2.601 4.C sieo 3.30- .2.65*| *-« vvS WELL BORIK1 . > * . ' t. t, I V} . < AND J A • •' ' I * We have machinery of all sizes lot boring 6 d?Hlln™ wells. Vater* ffmirftnie'ed, no pay. Call on or address, /' GALLION BROS., Bancroft; SALESMEN General Schofleld has started upon his last official trip before retirement. The president is said to be taking an active interest in the Maryland campaign. Vice President Stevenson will preside at the dedication exercises at Chacka- inauga Park on Sept. 19 and SO. The old stockade of New Orleans, was discovered by sewer diggers, af t$r hav-- ing been bnried for over a century. • By the collapse of a balloon at Ohar- leroi, Belgium, an aeronaut named Tourlot and three passengers were mangled beyond secognittion. Permits have been issued to- Bannook Indians to return to the Tetoai mountains and get property they Kit wnen they ran away from.' Jacksow Hole. Pushing, trustworthy men to represent us | in tho hiilu of our Choice Nursery Stock.- Specialties controlled by us. Highest Sal-\ nry or commission paid weekly. Steady employment the year round. Outfit free; ex- , t elusive torritorvj experience not necessary; X,« bitfpay ar.surod workers; special induce-, month to beginners. Write at nnco for par- nInr.s to Allen Nursery, Co., ROCHESTER, N. Y. j.ocal anil Traveling "< A good elianee! Don't miss it! You need > no capital to represent a reliable fli'm tnai; warrants nursery stock first class, ana true to namo. WORK .ALT, THK TCEA«, and/ sroocl pay weekly. Our famous Minnetonka «Apple is warranted until it produces 'a.Jf bushel of f rui t. Our Sepd Potatoes sell ev,- /,* erywbero. State ag-o. U. L. MAY St CQW$ Nursery en, Plovitta St. Paul, M|n( HIM! Sept, lift, New York loan rates are much bighw on account ofthe increased demand for money. An Anglo-Asnerican, syndicate ia formed to acojnire the Anaconda (Mon.) copper mine, English yachtsmen* it i» reported, will >ffer a new international pwp* ftefenaep -*" go after it. stern grain buyers **.* _•*»>* .*v *">• tricked by a Chicago firm, wto tak. Wanted Salesmen f niBJ* In etvoh county to ttike orfl^rg Choice line of NUWSJ3BY POTATOES. Stock and We oan give you Steady J,Gopa P»y, It will cost you „„, Jt 9. triftl, State when >yrlttng prefer to sell. Address' Hawks , ^ fc * * ** jjffftfe 1 fc *W*jKfiSs ft R1414» +**v^u "9 **ww»tf ( n«wv **ww.F~™* striking in thsw-aypj nient hy b^ops, _ Iliilrt AatiTT? TOA^. T/\M f "Owif fl TT "Ril •tTQIr V- J ' *»** w -. the Aenarfcmeut Ot

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