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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 March 1882

A M lLV i ttV F BULLETIN; Cvly4 " HEW TO THE" LINE, LET THE CHIPS 'PALL WHERE THEY MAY." 4u3U VOLUME 1. HAYSVILL13, TXJESDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 1882. NUMBER 96; u:. 1882 SPRING IMPORTATION 1882 GEORGE COX 85 SON Jhvlte attention to their spring importation of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, comprising Ladies' Dress Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, ir1 dV 3 TED Li III G2 OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, ' and House Furnishing Goods generally, which they offer for sale on the lowest terms. 1 JOSEPH F. BRODRICII MAYSVILLE, KY. Eire, Life and Marine. Mi In Discuses Cured By Dh. Frazier's Magic Ointment, pures as if by mugic, pimples, black head or grubs, blotches and eruptions on the face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures itch, barber's itch, saltrheum, tetter.riiigworm, scald head, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore lips, old obtiuate ulcers and sores, Ac. BKIK DISEASE. F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland , O., suffered beyond all description from a skin disease which appeared on his han...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 March 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TOESDAY EVE., MAROH 14, 1882. County Conrention. Bracken County Convention I. 0. G. T., will be held -with Maple Lodge No. 788, located in Brooksville, on Saturday March 18th 1882. The citizens of Brooksville will be pleased to entertain all the delegates. Each lodge will be entitled to one delegate for the first ten members and then one for every additional twenty. Harry W. Linn, V. Secretary. It has been alleged and denied that the President intends to appoint It. B. Hayes, of Ohio, to the vacancy on the Supreme Bench. Well, Hayes needs vindication much more than Conkling ever did. Amono the senate confirmations are those of Colonel Rufus Ingalls, for Quartermaster General, and John M. Wilson, of Ohio, for U. S. Consul at Bremen. The President has nominated Wm. M. Kurtz, for Postmaster at Athens, O. Several hundred houses are under water at Nashville, Tenn., and railway travel on several roads stopped entirely. At Bayou Sara there is a break in the levees o...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 March 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, TUESDAY EVE.( MARCH 14, 1882. To make yourself a good " eosthete," And do your share and part, To show the true and beautiful, In nature and in art, Go till the land and work the forge, Go useful labor get, And show the ring of metal truo, By honoat beads of sweat. The hyfalutln lay alde, And let the people see, Your taste refined, you will no more, A diletante be. The river ia falling. Heavy frost last night. Mb. James HBNDRixsoshasmadoa contract to paint the Stonewall House at Mays lick. The work is sure to be well-done. Slices of lbread fried in a batter made of one egg, a little milk and flour are nice for breakfast, with ham and eggs or with bacon and potato salad. Try it. All persons holding claims against the estate of John Brown, deceased, should present them immediately to J. James Wood, the administrator. Seo notice elsewhere, The residence and five acres of ground attached, of the late J. P. Wilson, at Minerva, was offered at public sale last Satur...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 March 1882

&,,. . CripiQinJfew JEiifflana. . 'v ' '.'r LeklngtohGuzette; ',-. WearQ.ho'ckdlai thfc. :criininaV Record of the state of Connecticut, and Kentucky parents will begin to hesitate, about sending their boys to Yale College if matters are not speedily mended in that state. The murders there tiro cruel and cowardly and are prompted by the basest passions. A gentlemanly shooting would be a relief to the hideous murders these Connecticut Yankees commit. Murder runs riot and murderers are usually let ofl easy, by the wooden-nutmeg juries. In the State prison there are now five persons, two of them women, who were guilty of monstrous crimes. The case of Mrs. 'Jiato Cobb will bejremembered. With the aid of Wesley Bishop, she put her husband out of the way, with the most diabolical deliberation by feeding him on arsenic; and Bishop's wife met the same fate. Lorena Alexander and Frank Bassett lured man into their den at Bridgeport and him that they might sell his body to the Yale Medical ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 March 1882

m N IV fi EASTER CARDS AT HISTDR'S. jylHUMH 'MIHBI,I'H ?? " ''''Jjj1 ' B WlfflTUitJUJlg. qL'lH W '..Ml Jfl W'UJHI llll.lll KAAZ44j . IP VS 'y 8TrV '" yVtV t ia JT' iV Vt,' x e. & 1 U EVMI3M j BULLETIN. fi i .h f fr I HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE, CHIPS PALL WHERE THEY MTAY." r VOLUME 1, MAYSVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1882. NUMBER 98. -, . . rmmChm OPERA HOUSE. TUESDAY, MAR. 21. i r" p - HYDE & BUSMAN'S COMEDY COTMCaPjtLSTir, The FUNNIEST COMEDY ever Written. TICKETS for sale at Harry Taylor's News Stand. BSPersons living in the country and adjoining towns, candiateitheir seats reserved by telegraphing or by writing to H. Vaylor, JOSEPH F. BRODRICK, Leave! Cincinnati Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. For irelght or pas-sage apply on board. Vanceiuirfc, Rome. Concord. Munches, tor and Jlnysville Dally Packet, II AND -Bruck RteJ)JUN, Uapt. It. Li. Hkuue. Clerk. 9 . ieves Yancebure daily at i 5 o'clock a. m. for Maysville. b I ,nn vps M nvuvlllo ii t l.jiii i ,vl . w. t .. .....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 March 1882

ELEGANT EASTER CARDS, AT DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. THUKSDAY EVE., MARCH 1G, 1882. Thirty Swiss families are in the ocean en route to the colony in Laurel county Kentucky. The Ohio Legislature has passed a reso lution asking the President to pardon Mason. The State Senate has passed the bill prohibiting the charging of inmates of the State's .charitable institutions for board and attention. A thurible earthquake is reported from Costa Rica. Four towns and thousands of people were swallowed up and those left alive are homeless. 3 The telegraph announces that there is more trouble in store for the laborers in the iron mills in the Pittsburg district. The outlook is very unpromising. Commissioner Dudley estimates that the consideration of claims by the pension will require five hundred and fiftv additional clerks, and it will take them three years to get through wiih the business. t The sub-commit tee of House Committee on the Improvement of the Mississippi River will report the bill appr...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 March 1882

J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOOK STORE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, THURSDAY"eVE., MARCH 16, 18827 Tub good man while he skins around To gel the loaves and fishes, His better-half should know, at least, How to wash the dishes . But. now, alas, the girls don't know, A blanket from a Because their present training Is Too utterly aesthetic. The river is falling. Mr. John P. Norvell is a candidate for county Judge of Nicholas. Please bear in mind the tempearance lecture at the court hotne this evening, by Capt. R. S. Cfievis, of Louisville. - . . Robert Blake, son of Elias Blake, living near Myer's Station, was seriously hurt by a log rolling over his body. One arm was broken and he was seriously injured internally. One of the new designs in Easter cards at Phister's, is a small round pillow of swan's down," on which are three eggs. Around all is a border of silk fringe. It is a very beautiful design. The Flemingsburg Democrat says: I. TV. Hilligoss sold his farm of 110 acres last week to Mr. H...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 16 March 1882

Aro Men's Heads Growing Smaller? Allow me. to draw the attention of your . readers to a statement which is certainly strange, if true. An opinion is prevalent in the hat trade that the size of men's heads has undergone a decreaso within the last thirty or forty years. The following statement has been given to me by a hatter whose name has attained a pre-eminence of a duration of more than one .generation. "l?ive and thirty years ago," he says, ' ' when I wa i a young man, we used to purchase hats for retail trade in the following ratio : Sizes 21 21) 22 22)2323) ins. Itelativo number.. 01 24 31 ' "At the present time," he adds, "I am selling hats in this ratio : Sizes 21 21)2222).; 23 23) ins. Relative number.. 84 31 10 A manufacturer writes : "I should say that heads generally are two sizes less than at the time you refer to. A head of more than twenty-four inches in circumference is now quite a rarity, while we make thousands of hate for heads with a circumference of twenty-one in...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 March 1882

R: s W I !'i M t EASTER GAUDS AT PHISTER?S. tamtmmjmmmm EVENING it- -, BULLETIN. ?TO ,' HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." . , 4 m s m r w y t a- v VA YSYIIiEE, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1382. NUMBER 99; I '-- OPERA HOUSE. OISTE nsriairr ONLY. ""isi' TUESDAY. MAR. 21 i, . BYDE feBEHMAS !Mict from their own theatre. Brooklyn. N. Y. They will have the honor of Dresentinn their 'Swn original Comedy, entitled ' HjH flB H H H IHHfei pHI PHiL B I s JRHHa B IBB K m B 'BW Introducing the famous "DONKEY JERRY." The FUNNIEST COMEDY Ever Written. ' Johi .1023 BRYANT anl HOEV, KITTY 0'WEJri. . ' ' . ' J. .JOHIV E. HENSHAW and MY TfiNBRO'EC; The Great Character Comedians, ,Charle I McCarthy and Miinroe I Georgre i. 1 1 "' ' , Mis 'Jennie Satterlee, ' , " '" fl LITTLE Munumi:niOi I undo uni 0 On l uu teiccoND St Opposite Myall & Hiley'h, MAYSYlLLli, ItV. Freestone Pavements and all kinds of Building Stone on hand. Having had an experience of thirty-two years in the business,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 March 1882

wrap ELEGANT EASTER CARDS, AT DAILY. EVENING BULLETIN, FRIDAY EVE., MARCH 17, 1882. Republican Party Prospects. The St. Louis, Republican says : Republican newspapers are very industrious in pointing out the symptoms of discord in the ranks of the Democratic party, especially in the South. This sort of party tactics is resorted to as a sort of counter irritant. There is evidence enough that the Republican party is held together by nothing but the cohesive power of public plunder. This may at any time prove to bo only a rope of sand. Strong as it is has proven during the venal period of Republican rule, it is a bond of union which always has it in the seeds of its own dissolution. The financial theories of the Republican party of the East, if reduced to practice, or pressed to the point of giving them real vitality, will inevitably drive the States of the Pacific slope and also Colorado into tho Democratic fold. The Republican majority in those States, if it exists at all, is very do...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 March 1882

J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOOK STORE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. FRIDAY EVE., MARCH 17, 1882. This day of Ireland's patron saint, Most pleasantly reminds as Of Muson's good old "muster days," Now fifty years behind us. When Charley Tudor used the fife And fairly made il hum, When George Orr played the "rack-a-tack," And Watklns beat tho drum. How up and downt'he thoroughfares. Now stately piles adorning, They marched and played that good old tone, "Saint Patrick's Day in tho Morning." Butter is very scarce. Tub river continues to fall. A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odor-Jess and works like a charm. mllral - J. C. Owkns & Co. have arranged to lengthen the track at the coal elevators, with a view to yarding a larger quantity of coal. " Tub temperance lecture by Captain Chevis at the Court house, last night, was interesting and attracted a large audience Eleven persons signed the total abstinence pledge during the evening. i . A party of e...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 17 March 1882

3 TRICKY DEVICES IN GAMBLING. .The looker Itiug, thoSpy, trie Stripper, ' ' 'and Lust, lint Not Leust, the Bug. UeW.York.' Letter in Bt. Louis Republican, One of the nowest.toolsis the poker ring, an ingenious little' contrivance for marking the cards while playing, in a systematic iharinor, so that in a half hour one can tell ouch card as well by the "back as by the face. Although notgenerally known, It'is nofr in use by a few of tlufo'ldest and best professional" players in the country. It is no secret that in the gaming-houses marked hack playing cards are used. The pattern on the back seems innocent enough until held 'at a certain angle under the light and then the.difleience between i the c.urds may be seen. The greenhorn can not tell the pack from fair cards in common use; but the professional can tell m precisely the cards that his opponent holds. There are loaded dice, which are made in f exact imitation of ordinary dice. Then there is the spy, a reflector of about the jBize...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 March 1882

;v EASTER GAUDS A T PHISTER'S. in b mi iiiiwiiiiiTniMimli'i ""'ni"uT':iiiwiiTi"r'li'T'il '" irnlnf'li iHI 'I Ifi'i Hi' ir ! I n i n mi i mini 1 1 1 1 1 i n n i 11 iiiiiimiiiiiii iiiimiiiiiiiibi mmn . n n mi m iw inim m in mi mi hi i hi i ii mi nn "" r "- ri: an- .SW. ( fHm Jzi' r F Ji M 111 O' flX JO U JJlJlLj lIlliF 1 )l " rrm .ffli t "'HEW iPH..'TOK .. . BEN'E, TTiT -a?H-E. CHIPS FALL WHEEE THEY MAY." r rTwxrCt ' I T WW V M WM -"1 " W-. - .d.rt.rt N AAdMArf V W rth. V J I .! O. JL. JU4 .ft. J 1-1 - X J L. " 1 t M i I. I WMM M MM WMWf 1 '- VOLUME 4) f v MAYSVinKB,fSTUHDAY EVENING, MilHCH 18, 1882. NUMBER lOO. - , i ,., ,! .v. .'.jui.wat -.-v "tat r . v -'n t' MJtinMUW1 mAmunm OPERA HOUSE OlSTE FIGHT (DUSTILY, TUESDAY, MAR 2L 4 .Jt-s - 1? HYDE 18s BE MEAN'S Direct from their own theatre, Brooklyn, will have the honor of presentiny their own original Comedy, entitled ,r U ." OJiarleM I MbCartl " F, ;: 3 WfUvv H Hb H fl H Bv iH Ah . Introducing tjhe famous 'pONJKEY JERRYS ' Xlie. FUBf...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 March 1882

ELEGANT EASTER CARDS. AT DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 18, 1882. Senator Edmunds has obtained an indefinite leave of absence, on account of illness of his family. The Senate substitute for the bill punishing minors for misrepresenting their age to procure intoxicating liquors, has passed the House, and when signed by the Governor will be a law. It provides that if a bar keeper sells liquor to a minor over eighteen years of age, believing him to be of lawful years, he shall not be liable to the penalty prescribed-by law. Speaking of the nomination of John Russell Young to be Minister to China, the New York Sun writes: "President Arthur must be a very kind-hearted man, and he evidently believes in the doctrine of the old orthodox hymn : "Have pity, Lord, 0 Lord forgive, Let the repealing sinner live J" On this platform the President has nominated Mr. John Russell Young to be Minister to China; and this nomination he has made to please Gen. Grant. Young has long been not...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 March 1882

. J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOOK STORE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. SATURDAY EVE., MARCH 18, 1882. WHKNConnrd Phister left the town, To try his luck: afloat, They put him In a second place Upon a second boat, 1 But now the Magnates of the line, Mighty soon dlskiver," The boy has got the grit to make The best man on the river. The pay train of tho Kentucky Central passed over the road Thursday and settled with all the employes. One hundred and ten reserved seats for Tuesday's entertainment at the opera house were sold up to noon to-day. -' 'fr - "Webster says : " Nonpariel'' means "having no equal," and such is Eoss & Schneider's "Nonpariel" Export Lager The Potomac having been withdrawn from the Pomeroy and Cincinnati trade, tho Bostona will run regularly in her place. Hon. W. W. Browning, of Brownville, Nebraska, dropped in to see us to-day, on his way home. He left on the Morning Mail. Isaac Turner, the negro who was to have been hanged at Lexington, yesterday for murder, was respit...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 18 March 1882

, THE CHARM OP BOSTON. lVliy tiu Englishman Would Clioonc It f)ti IfiH IlOllIt. The most English city in tho Uuitet States is Boston, niicl New Eiigjlaud people of tlio old English stoek prefer it to all other cities. Washington was formerly tho least attractive of our cities, but since tho war there have Ireen great changes there. No city in the world has more beautiful government offices,' and great efforts have been made to :niprovo the streets and- adorn the city. The hotels still swarm with office holders and office seekers, but they seem to me to bo generally of a better class than when X, first visited the city. There is certainly much less drunkenness and barbarism to be seen in the public rooms and about the Capitol. But, aside from this nomadic horde, there is now an "society hv 'Washington, which is becoming every .year mora agreeable and more numerous. Thero are many who already regard it as tho most attractive city in the country. It is, at least, unl:ko all other citie...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 March 1882

L GurriBT s Or Ahestea TJ7TT.T T ast atIvi u in oon'a mo, " T Tr" w ,' ! "'-' . 7W'T """T"ja" ( a 1 II llllyWUH MiM I M '. IMIWIr r , v i ' n i n ' fri , h.. ' ( . ( n )? - n i jy r V A- it EVENING BULLETIN. 4 V 1 ft? " HEW TO THE LINE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." t n'WflWv M e- ? VOLUME 1, MAYSVILLE, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1882. NUMBER IpJ. 8 1 f V w , tMKaVx2SU'; OPERA HOUSE. OjN"E ZSTIGMIT ONLY. A 4 , t . t ! fc i M -,. - Tf 1" n, T -. ( LOU. C LINGARD, tl' ,1 Ulwlf A Y IKLAfl. aJL aft m Vi w ami VI i " -v r M ,- -J Z- HYDE & BEHM&N'S A. COMEDY COMPANY, Direct from theJr own theatre, Brooklyn, N. They will have the honor of presenting their own original Comedy', entitled , I Introducing the famous "DONKEY JERRY." The FUNNIEST COMEDY Ever Written 'A t JtSxjt ; V ff. John THE KERNELLS J Harry T c BRYANT and HOEY, DBtlTXY O'NEIL, JOHN E. HENSHAW and MAY TEN BROEOK. ' The Great Character Comedians, 1 U fl U ' r ' 'BSt tXennie SatteHee, . . I '? f ; X:XJJI003X A.NJ3...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 March 1882

ELEGANT EASTER CARDS, AT DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, MONDAY EVE.MARQH 20, 1882 There is some talk about Cpngress adjourning the first of June. The House Committee on Postal Affairs have agreed to report a bill fixing the letter-postage rates at three cents an ounce instead of three cents a half ounce as now. The committee will also report a bill providing for a two-cent postal card will have a flap which can be sealed and its contents kept from view as if in an envelope. Mr. Lowell, the United States Minister, replying to an application made on behalf of American citizens arrested in Ireland, says : " The coercion act is contrary to the spirit and foundation of the principles of England and American jurisprudence, but is the law of the land and controls all persons domiciled in the proclaimed districts of Ireland, whether British subjects or not. It is manifestly futile to claim that naturalized citizens of the United States should be exempted from the operation of the act." The followi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 March 1882

J. E. BLAINE & CO.'S BOOK STORE. DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. .. - ii i -...--- i-- ..i I i MONDAY EVE., MARCH 20, 1882. 'Mid swelling buds and bursting bloom, Wliero creeping vines festoon, Tnero'll be a given by-Oar Irish friend Muldoon. And everybody in the town, Aberdeon and Chester, Are asked most cordially to como And see the famous Jester. St. Patrick's Church is receiving a coat of paint. George "VVhebler received fourteen carloads of lake ice, last week. ,Thk safe of the wharfboat at Augusta, was robbed one day last week, of about $75. The thief is not known. ' A new and reliable Kid Glove Cleaner is for sale at Pecor's drug store. It is odorless and works like a charm. mllual Emma. Powers, the little daughther of John Powers, of West Union, 0., was dangerously burned last week by her clothing catching fire at a grate. Key. M. M. BENTON,forraerly pastor of the Nativity Church, of this city, has been appointed by Bishop Dudley, editor of the Kentucky Church Chronicle. Oxe hun...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 20 March 1882

Fashion notes. Scarlet is one of the fashionable colors. Low-quartered shoes will again be worn. The newest coat sleeves are slightly full " "- - - - at-the top. Pale-roe is'the leading 'evening coloi this spring. , '.....,, Pale'tl6t8, reaching to the knee, are among spring wraps. , Chrysoberyl is the technical ,name,of eat's-eye jewels. Mustard yellow or yellow brown cheviot suits'areleading'favoritesr" '- - ., Long, tan-colored. Bernhardt gloves, of chamois leather, will be again in vogue. No positive styles will be announced by dress-makers and ,. milliners until after Easter. lengthwise tucks in the upper breadths of overskirts appear in many silk costumes. Pointed V-shaped waistcoats appear on imported costumes. The point of the V' is at or near the waistline. Embroidery bands edge the parts of many handsome costumes wherever a band of trimming can be applied. Grenadine lace for trimming grenadines comes with designs to match the broche flowers of the grenadine. All blues, fro...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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