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Summer Fashions Approved of By Little Maids and Masters. MATERIALS USED WILL BE WASHABLE. Sfbe Beit Fabrics aud Stylos Are Those Time Cast Miami the Wear and Tenr of Ibe Laundry?Sun Uoitnota Are to Ihe Fore Tor Day Use, While Pokes Are Worn on Sunday. Now York. April 23.?New wash clothes .for children?rather apparel so ealled ' are both prettier und more sensible than ever this year. There Is little of the wash-tub nlr about the way In which some of the dressiest of the little costumes are trimmed, but, though of the most flower? like delicacy, the new colors are endur? ing. FOR VERY YOUNG PEOPLE. There are solid piques In sky-blue and apple blossom pink that make smart and useful summer suits for mulds from 4 to 10. "White Hamburg embroideries in edg? ing ahd Insertion trim the reefer coats of these appropriately, outlining big turn-back revers and elaborate cape col? lars, and edging or simulating cuffs for the sleeves. The plain skirts have usually strapped ?earns, and for the oldest ages are cut to hang In front with a suggestion of the grown-up box plait. Pink pique is also used for small gen? tlemen In the baby stages, and takes the shape of cape coats and mannish little suits consisting of a reefer coat and kilted skirt. Blue being a girl's color, the sky blue piqut is not used for boys. In white Pink Pique Salt. plane, duck linen?which may be said to he a universal material this season? there are nay number of neat and Inex? pensive coat and Bklrt suits that can be bought' ready made for both boys and girls. Russian crash, a stout grayish linen, which has much of the look of kitchen crash. Is In high favor for rough summer use for both sexes. CRASH SUITS. A plain skirt and reefer coat is the model for girls in Ms material, which appears as well In natty little bloomers and blouses for bicycle use. "for young gentlemen up to ten there are ?natelot suits in the Russian crash that with their long bell trousers and very low neck blouses have quite a professional sailor air. Great sailor collars appear on these, 'the proper caper Is to have thel shield front perfectly plain, though the shields of other matelot sult3 show anchors and braids In contrasting colors. Coarse heiinp watch chains drawn taut across the breast from two patch pockets on the blouse, are a genuine "salt" finish to these serviceable little suits. FTtOCKS OF BATISTE. But chief among the sensible textures Used for girls of almost all ages are the linen batistes and grass linens in every shade of ago and brown. These copy in Bmaller patterns all the designs oi the day. the open -guipure insertions, crink? led ribbon stripes and embroidered) dots mid Ii eures. Trimmings Tor these little frocks are vUkewlae g: :wn up to a degree. White SjwfJ unbleached guipure laces edge re collars, and foreteller, of all sorts and with knota of taffeta or velvet ribbon tnatiy a tiny linen gown will show a flow ?r-ausd lining of rich vUk. Frocks for Little Folks. Indeed, color Is to be this summer a feature of clothes for even the smallest girls, through many delightful little toi? lets ure still seen In pure white. PARISIAN MODELS. The French modes In particular evi? dence a leaning toward color, and there are Indian dimity and batiste costumes Home Spun Nnlft. showing Dresden effects that are ex? tremely charming. With sheer white textiles, mulls, Swisses, plain batiste and Indian lawns, there are often linings of colored silk with waist and shoulder knots of rib? bon to match. A summer cloak of white dotted) iSwIss lined with pink, rose or blue silk, is u novelty for girls from three to five. There ure also Swisses with pink and blue dots that with dainty decorations of lace and rusettcs of baby ribbon appear In gowns und cloaks, shirred sun hats, und poke bonnets. The dressiest costumes for girls under six are made very short, reaching barely to the knee. In the Paris models the majority of these are high necked and long sleeved with a dashing little bunch? ing of the shaped skirt breadths at the back to give the look of a bustle toeing worn. SENSIBLE STYLES. "More practical designs, however, are shown, composed oB the full gathered skirt?simply hemmed or with a four Inch hem and three tucks?and low necked, short sleeves bodv long In favor. Elaborate gamps of mull and lace, with long bishop sleeves, are supplied for these. Then, with this expanse of white, the little colored gown will be further re? lieved by a bib or bertha fall of the same. Made In this way there are some de? lightful little costumes Inl dimities, or? gandies and Fiench muslins to be found ready made In the shops. Yellow Valen? ciennes lace and piain and uolnt d'esprlt footing are the edging mos: used on the gamps and bodice decorations. FOB COUNTRY USE. For every-day summer use there are the usual delicately figured and striped linen lawns, cambilcs. and uercales that, Blut Nprec null Grsin Linen. come weal or woe. appear every year. As usual, too, these are trimmed with the serviceable Humbure- embroideries, the solid standbya of the laundress. All are made as simply as possible for wash? ing; .purposes, and. as last season, here and there pale tones will have effec? tive bands of black satin or velvet rib? bon slipped; through white entre deux. For country use many mothers are having- frocks made Tor the small fry of the new madras glnghams.whlch In deli? cate, blue, green and pink stripes, are In weaves of extreme fineness. A washable material for aallor cellars and revers1 of cheviot, serge and flannel suits Is a thick linen canvas that comes In white anil color. A dull red, china blue, nnd art greens are the tones in this, with wash em? broideries often edging the big collars effectively. A combination of blue serge and grass green linen Is a French novelty that embracesi a miss's privilege. A HAPPY SUGGESTION. The misses' toilet pictured shows a combination eff this sort, and It will be found In smart and useful models for all ages between 12 and IT. The plain,' skirt und belted blouse are of the serge, the wrinkled sleeves, gamp and brelellea of the llnon.' Sunbonnets tor small ;glrls are more than ever plentiful this seuson, as are also dainty frilled und lace trimmed aprons In all degree* of dressiness. A "split" BUnbonnet Is made of striped 'and checked, ginghams and Is delight? fully quaint over round serious little faces. The poke revival Is shown In others In filaln chambrays, and .these, as well as 1 the sun hats In the same materials, are shirred over cords nnd have often ro? settes of lace und bows of ilbbon. Poke bonnets for dressy use run much to rough straw crowns and frilled gauge fronts with plain trimmings of old maid roses and white ostrich feathers. Last butt nod least leather belts will be worn by both boys and girls. Then, since French children are wearing socks, black and white socks are to be the things for maids up to 6. as well as for their baby brothers. NINA FITCH. MiirriMi NEWS. (Concluded from Seventh Page.) In about twenty-six feet of water, about 300 feet from the S.E end of the New Breakwater. On account of the freshet, the Joshua Bocks Post Light, tlxed white, on the west side of the channel. Connecticut river, Conn., was temporarily discontinu? ed on April 17th. ISO?. The station will be re-llghted us soon as practicable, due notice of which will be given. On April 19th. 18!U>. the East Haddam Meadows Post Light, tlxed red. on the east side of the channel above East Had? dam Landing. Connecticut river, Conn., was temporarily discontinued on account of the freshet. Due notice will be given of the relighting of the p st light. The black ?pur buoy, without number, which was established on the 2d Instant, to mark tho wreck of u sunken brick scow off Eighteenth street, Hoboken, N. JT? was taken up, and permanently dis? continued on April 21st. 1SSI6. The wreck has been removed. South corner of For? tieth street dock. New York, E. N. E.. G-IG E. South corner of Twenty-second street dock, New York, S. E. t'usaotl Tlirougli Hell (lute. April 23.?Schooners George R. Vree land. Abbott, New llave.n for Nert'olk; Virginia Bulon, Norfolk for New Boeh elle. Spoken, Ulark Routenbeck (Br.). Russell, from Junin for Hampton Roads. February 27, lat. 30 south, long. 30 west. MAYOR OF ST. CHARLES. C<XX3OOOO0XXX)0C)OOOOOO One of the Thousands Whom Palne's Celery Com? pound Has Cured. The following long and explicit letter from Hon. A. A. Uennett tells Iis own story: Head It: Mayor's Office, (Mty of St. Charles, 111.. March t. 189C. Wells. Richardson A Co., Burlington.Vt.: (lenlWnien: 1 take much pleasure In being able to add my mite to the great mass of testimony In praise of l'alne's celery compound. In last November I found myself much run down by overwork. For several weeks I hud been obliged to work IS hours dally out of lie- 24, and was In consequence In u state of physical and nervous exhaustion At the suggestion of a friend 1 commenced the use of Baltic's celery compound, with the result thai my strength has meadtly Improved, und I Und myself In far better health than I have known for years. 1 believe also that it has enabled me to escape my periodical attack of rlicutnu tlsm, as every season since that time, with tlie advent of the the cold, damp weather, I have Suffered severely from that disease in a chronic form. So far thin winter 1 have escaped without u single twinge ot my old enemy. I very cheerfully recommend It to any one In similar need In the full heller that It will be helpiul In every ease. Very sin? cerely yours. A. A. BENNETT. If wo all lcJ out-of-door lives, went to bed al sundown, and bad no consuming cures nor bard work lo bring down UM hfnlth. there might not be the urgent necessity that now exists for taking this best of spring remedies?Pulne's eel- j cry compound. Hut us the great majority of lives are Ordered?with too much work, too much anxiety, too little sleep, by the time win? ter Is over tin drain on the nervous ener? gy has become excessive, the nerves are In sad need of being strengthened, and the blood of being purified. I'nlne's celery oompound absolutely meets this great modern necessity. Palne's celery compound win bring hack nerve strength and replace poor thin, pale blood with a ruddy, health making stream. it Is the one great practical remedy advocated by ull physicians. It drives away that fooling of utter exhaustion that Is so common In the spring, hut no less dangerously signifi? cant because It Is so common.. It innkes people well. It is a thousand times su perior to all the ordinary sarsaparlllas, nervines and tonics ever made. Palne's celery compound Is the one real spring remedy known to-duy thut never fails to benefit. Get Palne's celery com? pound, and only Falne's celery com? pound, If you wish to be well. OCKXXXXXX>OCOOOOOO^ $3.00 PER CORD><^%ii ^ THE BEST DRY SLAB WOOD COAI. OF AM. KI.MIM. LOWEST PRICES IX CITY. G. S- BRIGGS, Yard East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts. Office No. 55 Commerce St. Phones 494 and 792. OOOOOOOO OOCKTOOOOOOOO 0CKXJ0OCX300OO0 HEADS OF FAMILIES Bbonhl raraeniber that thev can get at all tunes the REST BEEE, MOTION, BUOK.ED and FltEBU MEA1S at QUEEN STKEET MAltKET. cohn lh CHUltCH AND QUEEN BTREEM. LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Ladles' Shirt Waists at 23c. Percale. Shirt Wulsts. solid, colored col? lars and cuffs, at 35c. Laundered Percale Shirt Waists, at Kc. Laundered Percnle Shirt Waists, choice patterns, stripes and checks, iue. Laundered Shirt Wulets, with ad Full line of Ladles' White Shirt Wulsts, S0c? "5c., Jl.W. and 11.25. I Children's Muslin Drawers, neatly mado with oluater tucks and tor>chon edtre, sizes from 2 to 15 yeors, from I2'.ic. up. Children's Skirts, with waists nicely made with 2 clusters of tucks and Boys' Kilt Bults, elzes from 2 to C ! trimmed with torchon edge, sizes from 1 years, 49c. ? I to 9 years. 25c, 30c, 35o. SO-??* Justable collars, 7".e. Ladles' Skirts. J1.00. Ladles' Skirts. $1.35. Ladles' Skirts of figured brllllantlne, in? terlined with llbru chamois, bound with velveteen, 11.75. Large assortment of Wrappers from C9c. to 31.50. Most Complete Line of Ladies9 and Children's Ready Made Garments in the City. 252 CHURCH STREET. His Worst Enemy Defeated by P. P. P., Llppman's Great Remedy. POR THRBB YEARS HB 8UFPERBD--C0ULD HARDLY BRBATHB AT NIOMT-ONB NOSTRIL closed FOR IOYBARS. Mr. A. XI. Hnui?oy, of DeLeon. Texna. ?U a aufferar frum Catarrh In Its worst form. Truly, his descrlptlou of his suffer? ings aeeui little short of marvelous. In? stead of seeking hla couch, glad for the nights coming, no went to It with tenor, ? reullilue that another long, weary, wake? ful night aud a atruggle to breathe was before him. He could not sleep on either Side for two years. P. P. P.. Llppman's Great Remedy, cured htm In quick time. DB LEON, TEXAS. Motors. LIPPMAN DROS.. Savauuah. Oa. Qouts: I bare used nearly four bottles of P. P. P. I \v?s afflicted from the crown of my head to the soles of my feet. Your P. P. P. has cured my dlllleulty of breath lug, smothcrlug, palpitation of the heart, autl lias relieved me of ull pain. Oue nos? tril was closed for ten years, but now I can breathe through It readily. I have not slept on either aide for two years; In fact, I dreaded to see nicht come. Now I sleep aoundly In any poaltlou ull night. I am f>0 yenra old, but expect soon to t>8 able to take hold of the plow handles. 1 feel glud that I waji lucky enough to get P. P. P., and I heartily recommend It to my friends and the public generally. Yours respectfully', A. M. RAMSEY. THE STATE OF TEXAS?County of Coruunebe.?Before the undersigned au? thority on this day. personally appeared A. M. Itamaey, who, after bel?g duly aworu, Bays on oath that the foregoing Ktatement made by him relative to the Virtue of P. P. P. medicine Im true. A. M. RAMSEY. Sworn to and subscribed before me this, August 4th, 1891. J. M. LAMBERT, N. P.. Comancbe Couuty. Texas. Catarrh Cured by P. P. P. tLlppman'a Great Remedy) where all other remedies failed. Rheumatism twirls and distorts your bauds and feet. Its agoules are Intense, but speedy relief and u permuneut cure Is gained by the use of P. P. p. WOmatt'l weakueaa. whether nervous or Otherwise, can be cured and the system built up by P. P; p. a healthy woman U a beautiful woman. Pimples, blotches, eczema and all dis? figurements of the aklu are removed Hud cured by P. p. 1?. P. P. P. will restore your upettte. bulhl up your system and regulate you In overt way. p. p. p. removes that heavy, dowii 1 ii the-mouth feeling. For Blotches and I'lmplea on the face take P. P. p. Ladles, for natural and thorough organic regulation, tnke P. p. p., Llppman's Great Remedy, and gat well at once. SOLD BY ALL DRUOaiSTS. LIPPMAN BROTHERS, APOTHECARIES, SOLE PROPRIETORS, Llppmaa'j Block. Savannah, do. SHOES for the MILLION Qulok sales nre whut wo tire after and we are not standing on any ceremony when It comes to terms. Don't misunder? stand us. We are not sacrificing broken or shop worn Shos, but regular lines, first-class In muterlal, unexcelled In make und every pair a positive bargain. In short, We are Offering all kinds of the most reliable footwear for less than the same grudos can bo bought for else? where. 20th Century Oxford Ties In tun and black?sizes l to 8; widths A. to E. E. Gen? uine good year welt, hand sewed, thick soles, makes them weur well und hold shape. $2.00-$2.50-$3.00 Theae are the prloes for fine low shoes and a guaranteed saving of 2i> per cent $1.50 & Other Fine Oxfords. 220 High St., 164 Main St., PORTSMOUTH._NORFOLK. For Over Fifty Years MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHINGSYRUP has belli uaed for children while teeth? ing. It soothe* tho child, S?ltens the gums, allays aii pain, cures wind colic, regiUates the stomach nnd bowels, and - In the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty I five cents a bottle. Sold by ull drugglstu throughout the world. auction nas.fi*-?'l tube dat. ?~-~>*.??-?-??"^,f-??~ Townsend & Joyces, Auctioneers. PURSUANT TO A DEED OP TRUST ? ?mado by Win. H. Webster to me dated October 19th, 1593, and recorded In D. B. 116, A. p. 201, I ahull sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at the Real Estate Exchange, Main street, Nor? folk, Vs., TUESDAY, the 5th day of May, 18S6, at 12 m? the following prop? erty, to-wlt: ALL THOSE THREE CERTAIN LOTS of land with the improvements thereon, situated on the south side of Highland avenue, Norfolk Cltv, Va.. and known, numbered and designated as lots Nos. twenty (20), twenty-one (21) and twenty two (22) on the plat of lots recorded with the deed dated December 19th; 1892, and recorded in D. R. 106, p. 127, Clerk's of tlco Court aforesaid. Lots twenty and twenty-one each frorjt 25 feet on said Highland avenue and extend thence southerly to a point equidistant between Highland and Tunstall avenues. Lot No. twenty-two fronts 46 feet, more or less, on the south side of said Highland ave? nue, and extends thence southerly to a point equidistant between said Highland and Tunstull avenues. Said property Is Improved by one house nearly completed and two partly completed houses. Terms Cash. W. J. BAXTER. Jr., Trustee. TOWNSEND & JOYNES, ap24-tds Auctioneers. Townsend & Joynes, Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE 1 PROPERTY NEAR BERKLEY: By virtue of a certain deed of trust exocuteU to us, as trustees, by John T. Rogers and Clnda R. Rogers, bis wife, dated the lath day ol September, 1S95. nnd dulv ot .record In the Clerk's office of the County Court of Norfolk county. In deed book 195, page 60, and at the request of the creditor secured thereby, six months' defuult having been made In the payment of the monthly dues due to said creditor we shall proceed. on SATURDAY, the !>th day of May. 1896. at 12 o'clock in., oil the premises to sell Bt pubic auction the following property, to-wit: LOTS 55 and 60, AND PART OF LOT 57, on the plan of 1$. B. Wilson's land, which said plan Is duly of record In the Clerk's office of Norfolk County Court. In map hook No. 1. page SH: the said prop? erty being bounded, with reference to said plan, by the southeastern line of Seiden street, the northeastern line of lot No. 64, the middle line of the block, and a line drawn parallel with the north? eastern line of lot numbered 56, and fivo feet therefrom: together with the build? ings and improvements thereon und the appurtenances thereto belonging. This property Is situated on Seiden street, near the Intersection of Wilson's road and Berkley avenue, and inuy be reached by the former, via Campostella Bridge, and by the latter from Berkley. TERMS t?Cash. LEO JUDSON, E. J. BOND. Trustees. TOWNSEND & JOYNES. Auctioneers. April 4. 1S9C. ap5-30t H. C. lloggard & Co.. Reul Estate Auc? tioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OP VALUABLE 1 RKAL ESTATE IN BRAMULETON WARD (5th WARD) NOR FOLK, VA. By virtue of three certain deeds of trust from Reuben D. Nichols und Hunnah M. Nichols, his wife, and William A. Walace and Llllle H. Wallace, his wife, dated respectively August 19, 1S>V1, June US. IS9t and July 5, 1896, and euch of said deeds being duly recorded in the Clerk's otlice of the Corporation Court of thu city ot Norfolk, Va.. (the 1st. A. R. August 20, 1891 In I). It. 97. p. 27?: the 2d. A R. June 2S. IStM. In I). |3. 112 A. p. 259, and the 3rd, A. R.. Julv 12. 189a, in D. B. 115, B, p. 401). and at the request of tho party In each of said deed? secured, de? fuult having been made, we, the under? signed trustees, will sell at public auc? tion at the Norfolk Real Estate Ex? change und Stock Exchange, Norfolk, Va., on THURSDAY. April 30, lS'.Hi, at 11 o'clock 111., the following properly, to wlt: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND with ull buildings and Improvements thereon, and appurtenances thereto be? longing, situated on the eust side of Mo? zart avenue, in said llrumbleton Ward: suid lot fronting .V. feet 011 the east sidu of said Mozart avenue and extending back eastwardly between parallel lines, that are also perpendicular to said Mozurl avenue I12U feet, and lying 255 feet north along said Mozart uvenue from Bramble ton avenue. , This property bus upon It a brick house containing seven rooms, and now numbered 119?the lot upon which the house stands fronting about 29V4 feet as the lences now stand on suid .Mozart avenue. It also has upon It a frame house containing 8 rooms, and now num? bered 121. The lot upon which the lust mentioned house stands fronting about 2S% feet as the fences now stand, on suid Mozart avenue. Both houses are in good condition, the frame house being nearly new. TERMS?One-thtrd cash: balance in two equal Installments, payable six and twelve months, respectively, from day of sale, the same to he evidenced l>y two negotia? ble nuies, hearing Interest from their date and secured by a deed of trust upon thu said property or the whole purchaso money may he paid in cash, at tho option of the purchaser. GEORGE \V. HILBERT. >I. (1LENNAN, WILLIS W. VICAR. Trustees. II. C. HOGGARD A CO., apll-tds Auctioneers. fean View Hotel] OCEAN VIEW, VA. \ \ An Ideal Place for Ladies^ and Children. t) Tho hotel enlarged: furnished nowly und handsomely through? out, "will open MAY 1st, and will be conducted In a manner to merit the patronage of the best people. PISH. CRABS and OYSTERS direct tho Ocean and Hay In nbun dance. LUNCH ICON and SUPPERS ? furnished on Short notice. \ Vor Information regarding B rooms, dinners, etc., address ~. Edward R.Thornton, j PROPRIETOR. - t Frequent trains from Norfolk A from now on?the lust ono leuv- v Ing Oceun View at S p. m. 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