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EVENING BULLETIN! BONOLpr,TJ, B. I . ATJQU8T 19, 189.
A VISTA OF FASHION.
f.le Gown, mill (limn For YMt-litlnff,
Ituntlni: mitt griMlfle Wear.
Tbo command to wnlk "In silk nt
tire," which wns proclaimed by tlio
.eodriojs of fnshlon nt tho beginning of
'ho season! Mill holds good, twofavorlto
pillion fabrics nt thu moment being tho
fmilnrdx of nil descriptions and tho
Somo of tbo prettiest fnulnrd gowns,
in blue niul white, nro mndo tip over
separate, foutidutlons of grass green silk
and trinuned with n kind of trcllls
work, cither of cream or black laco In
sertion, under which tho foulard is cut
nwny, so that tho green lining is pret
tily visiblo, tbo color being modified
very offcctunlly by tho laco which is
laid over it. This laco, by tho way,
should bo of somo very fine, light pat
tern. Hnco gowns and fcto gowns generally
claim attention nt this season. Tho
dainty Iloral muslins nro nmong tho
uuwest summer fabrics, nnd thoy mako
delightful drcftos, mndo up over n sop
nrato foundation of silk in somo palo
color, snch as turnuoiso blno, rose, leaf
pink, or daffodil yellow. As to tho do-
A STVL1SII IIOIIICK.
signs of tho colored muslins, many of
them nro distinctly of Louis XVI origin,
with their little bouquets or baskets of
brightly colon d fiuwers scattered over
tho cream white tstirfucc of tho muslin
and linked together by natron- bluo rib
bons representing a heries of truo lovers'
Gowns of flno cream lawn nnd mus
lin, mado over various bright colors,
will ulto bo much worn, tho clear, cool
white, or cream color, toning down very
effectually tho brilliant shades of tho
Boat I tiK nnd river costumes and thoso
snitahlo for tho summer visits to tbo
sen aro in order now, and for such occn
sions sorgo or n flno thin cloth is invnlu
able, especially if smartly roliovcd with
whito. Puriwiuklo bluo nnd n deep hy
acinth blno nro likely to bo fashionablo
during tho summer, just ns now a favor
ito shado is violotto do paruio. I
Tho very stylish bodlco bcro illustrat
ed would bo delightful ns a boating
gown of royal bluo scrgo, or in tho soft
er and grayer hyacinth tint. Tho lining
is closely shaped and on this tho full
vest of whito cloth, with bluo braiding,
is arranged. Over this comes tho sergo
blouse, turned out with wido rovors,
outlined with bluo nnd gold braid, and
above thcso a largo whito collar, square
at tho buck nnd also outlined with tho
braid. Tho neck is finished with a stock
and how of cream whito india muslin or
a plaited bow of bluo silk may bo worn
if too much whito is unbecoming.
A haudbomo yachting costumo is also
mndo iu royal hluo scrgo with collar and
revets of pink cloth and a vost of pink
silk trimmed with rows of cream laco.
A Fracraut Hole Jar.
Thoso who havo been gathering and
"curing" roso leaves with salt through
tho mouth of Juno iu preparation for
a potpourri will npprecinto theio direc
tions from Thu Decorator nnd Furnish
er: If thcro is a quart in nil. you havo
tho foundation of a good potpourri.
Now, transfer tho stock to n glass fruit
jur, on tho bottom of which you havo
placed two ounces of bruised allspice
and us much stick cinnamon broken
into largo pieces. Tho water, if any,
should bo llrst drained nwny. Hero al
low it to remain ono month, clocly
covered, stirring it up thoroughly overy
uny from top to bottom.
It 1h now ready for permanent preser
vation. Tho 'blno and whito Japancso
jar is best to hold it, for it preserves
tho fragrance. Now havo ready an
ouuco eaeli of nince, cinnamon, cloves
anfl allspico uoarsoly ground, tho samo
ciuuiitl- f Witul ginger root and uut
Hipp ' ill much niiisecd and four
ouniea uj iiiusk with six ounces of dried
lavender flowers. Again strow tho roso
leaves in tho permanent jar, iiltcruntiug
with thcso mixed spices, inoisteniug
from timu to timo with puro alcohol,
tisiug about ono gill iu all, and the jar
is complete. If desired, other flowers
may be lidded, such as violets, helio
tropes, migiiuiiettus, roso geraniums and
Wash clmiuois skhm in warm suds,
riiiMi In M'lirin wnter niul dry them by
(retelling mill rubbing.
No matter how pleasant or roomy u
boiiso may bo it In not coinpletu with
out it convenient kltclieii,
A 1 1 M'liig now fad Is tho "wrdillng
clu.l.' 'J'u bo qullii tho thing tlili
huulil Iju nf curvwl iiiitlquu ouk or li
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Elaborately lined Cloth Cape, the Acme
Tho no plus ultra of ctcgnnoo is nt thlg
moment oxenipllfled by cloth enpes of a
ilmplo stylo externally mid trimmed with
itltchud strap or a circular rufllo. Thcso
are lined, however, with ruflles orpufllngn
of motiSRclIno do polo or silk of a light col
or, which entirely cover tho Insldo nnd nro
displayed by tho outnway fronts of tho
onpo, which allow tho Interior to bo soon.
For ozamplo, n enpo of chamois cloth with
stitched bands Is lined with very full ruf
fles of wistaria mousscllno do solo. Jabots
composed of thrco or four different plait
lugs nro also used nnd often produco high
ly original nnd pleasing effects.
Very narrow velvet ribbon Is much soon,
separating pulTs nnd slilrrlngi, nnd Is nl
most always of a dark color In opposition
to tho material upon which It nppenrs.
Black, navy blue, garnet, dark green nnd
brown nro most employed.
An Illustration Is glvon of n ball gown
of wnter green silk. Tho skirt is n ltttlo
long, nnd nt tho left sldo Is n pnnol of
cream nnd mauvo lirocho silk, followed by
coqulllc.t of crenm lnco. Tho bodlco of
grven silk has an Irregular dorollotago,
edged by n bnnd of brocho silk, nnd Is
closed nt tho loft sldo under n similar
bund, followed by coqulllcs of lnco. Tho
sleeves consist nf wldo frills of lnco. Tho
belt Is of pansy velvet. Long glovos of
crenm suedo nro worn, nnd Jowoled orna
ments aro placed at tbo left sldo of tho belt
nnd tho docollctngo. .luiiic Ciiollkt.
SQCgeitlon Wltli llrcard to the Toilet and
A porson In mourning who Is Invltod to
a wedding should always cmcrgo from tho
mourning for tho occasion, ns It Is nover
permissible to nppenr at n mnrrlago cere
mony In tho weeds of. woo. Mauvo, pray
nnd whito niny bo worn, and It Is nn Rng
llsh fnshlon to uso bright red nnd blnck.
Frequent baths nro beneficial to tbo skin,
but tho baths must bo short, say ten min
utes In longth. If they nro protracted and
taken very often, they nro apt to soften
tho flesh nnd render It flabby. Cold spongo
baths with sea salt or alcohol act as a tonto
and stimulant nnd nro an nld to tho gen
eral health, as they Increaso tho circula
tion. A charming now model for a capo Is
composed of iilternato hands of blso gut
puro nnd jot, thick plaltlngs nf black tulle,
nnd white being placed at tho edgo.
A novelty of tho moment Is tho tailor
mado costume, very natty and bovere, of
light color sky bluo, pink or mauvo
with n short coat opening ocr a white
Tho sketch shows a contumo of pink
inotiHKclIno do solo over pink silk, the
skirt having a deep llnuuoo mounted on a
curved ynko of silk, which Is outlined by
medallions of gulpuro surrounded by n
pulling of pink inousaullno do solo, Tho
(lou nro U edged with three llttlo rullles.
Tho draped bodlco has n shims! yoke with
iinnhillluii trimming, tho sluoiu uip being
Hindu to match. 'I ho sleeve themselves
inn pulTnl lengthwise. '1'ho licit mid collar
am nf pink silk. JUIHU OWH.I.UT,
WHAT IS WORN.
The OI- of Fathlon anil the Mold of
Painted muslins nro enjoying nn lm
niciiso oguo nmong Parisian women, nnd
It Is said that tho colors employed to mako
tho designs nro firm nnd will not run un
der tho Infiuenco of moisture, Tho finest
and most oxpensivo work nnd nil thcso
painted gowns nro of courso costly Is
dono by well known nrtlsts, but thcro nro
many printed imitations Which nro qulto
n J cfTectlvo and nro within reach of n mod
Skirts nro becoming tighter nnd tighter
nround tho top, while during rmtwnnl nt
tho foot, tho tlnrp being maintained by a
copious undcrnrrnngoinont of frills nnd
flounces which cover tho petticoat from
tho knees downward. Tho curved or cir
cular flounco which forms tho lower part
of most skirts gives great nmplltuilo totlio
lower edgo, whllo containing n compara
tively smnll number of squnro Inches.
Ncnrly nil bodices nro belted nnd form n
slight hlouso in front, whllo nt tho hack It
It Is either fitted In tho usual way or
Tho Illustration glvon In today's Issuo
shows a charming gown of vcrt-do-gris
taffeta with blnck figures. Around tho
foot Is n deep llouncoof plaited vert-do-grls
moussollno do sole, headed by a lino of
blnck gutpuro applications. Above this
nro two other lines of applications. Tho
hlouso bodlco of printed taffeta Is draped
In front nnd has n plaited yokoof tho
mousscllno and a llttlo plastron of whito
guipure. Tho draperies nro held in plnco
liy ruby calrochons. Tho collar is of Vert-do-grls
mousscllno doEolo, tho belt of black
satin with ruby cabochons, nnd tbo bodlco
Is adorned with black applications. Tho
hat of whito straw bns a trimming of vort-do-grls
mousscllno do solo nnd whttoqullls
with pink flowers under tho brim.
Interettlnc Acceuorlei of the Ltet Ap
Among tho now umbrella nnd parasol
handles nro balls of crystal or enamel In
crusted with jewels, animals' heads In sil
ver or carved Ivory or wood, somotlmcs
colored nfter nature, nnd natural wood
handles with flowers or fruit. I'orhnps
tho most original design is n cock's head
in colors, with its yellow eyes nnd scarlet
Wldo laco is less ueod thnn formerly for
underwear decoration, narrow Valenci
ennes or point do pads, with insertion to
match, bolng largely employod, combined
a mi.' s hat.
with multitudes of flno tucks. Thoso
tucks aro so arranged ns to form yokes of
various shapes squnro, round, pointed or
Although colored underwear Is prncth
cally abandoned, pink, bluo or straw ba
tiste and flowered cambrics nro employed
for petticoats for woor with thin outing
Despite tho fact that lingerie Is often
most elaborately trimmed, thcro Is n tend
ency to roturn to simpler fashions, tho sim
plicity bolng compensated for by thu ox
qulslto handiwork and tho fineness of tho
Tho picture, given today shows n plrtnr
esquo hat foru half grown girl. It Uut
flcollu rlco sTrnw mid him a wldo brim,
Which Is slUhtly lifted at the left side,
whero u largo cluster of marguerites Is
placed. Thu flowers droop down ii)ii the
floating hair. Thu crown Is encircled by
a ilroHrr of rreneh hluu velvet, einhrnld'
end with while dots, which forms n chou
on thu left side nnd an creel fkilnt. A
smaller Ininch of niatgiierlli's appears on
inu rignt sine. .iiinio ciioi.i.ivt.
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