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THE site SUN WILMINGTON, DEL. Clement H. Congdon, Sole Owner. Entered at the Wilmington Post Office Second Class Mattel*. US IsONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 15«7 DEIiMARVIA TELEPHONE 121 Business Oltice and Editorial Rooms, No. 103 East Sixth St. Mechanical Department, No. 10)5 East Sixtli St. Philadelphia Ottice Room 3, No. 911 Walnut Street. THE SUN is published every day in the year and is distributed throughout the t'ity of Wilmington and the State of Delaware by authorized agents. Sub scriptions should be sent to the publica tion office by mail or telephone. Thursday, May 19, 1898. Good morning. It is plain that all warships look alike to the skippers who bring in alarming news New England coast. about Spanish vessels seen off the Haiti has agreed to obey the neutrality laws in letter and spirit. This signifies that Haiti is anxious to retain her place on the map af the world. Admiral Dewey is said to be the finest musician in tlie American Navy. Yet tlie Spaniards at Manila didn't like his performance at all. Sagasta will form a new Cabinet for Spain, but there is no certainty that it: wii. be a bit better than the old one. He means well, no doubt, but Spam s supply of Cabinet material is nearly ex hausted. As the price of bread advances tlie! frugal housekeeper should resolve to do if her own baking, f its own Spain's naval scheme is a huge marine conundrum,but Sampson and Schley will never give it up. They are sure to guess it at tlie next trial. more and more Home-made bread lias merits which are wortli all the effort required to obtain them. FittvcK is oiivior.siy uncertain whetlier , 1 . . ■ 1 1 ,, „ t her great love is for .-punish honor 01 lot American trade. She Inis a tender p gaul for the traditions of old Castile, but she is not indifferent to the persuasive force of Yankee dollais. present war lias tested the ques t'd quali Tm: tion In v far tin* < iuard posse fictitious claimed for it, and the results 11 to tlie should afford a 1»* rganizu best to fulfil its double role tion of Slate and national soldiery. >\V n away II 111103 One can deliver himself to a great va riety of eonjeetures upon the purpose ol the Spanish squadron. What is entirely evident is that it has th the advantage it gained by £ served passage across the Atlantic and 1ms missed an opportunity that will not recur. American curiosity will never be satis-! fied until Admiral Dewey publishes the billot fare for the breakfast that the men of his ships stopped to eat mid-way in their task of smashing the Spanish; fleet at Manila. The crews were doubt less trcmendtiously hungry after two or three hours of hard work £.t the guns, and the full result of the day's labor proved that their morning repast must have consisted chiefly of lighting victuals. The menu ought to be printed. Public: feeling in Spain lias evidently been gratified by learning that the Cape Verde squadron is in tlie Caribbean Sea. Spain feels that she is not humiliated in the eyes of Europe, as she would have been had she failed to use her home fleet at all. Only great luck and great skill combined may keep Admiral Cer vera from paying dearly fur his adven turous cruise, but even should he put back to Spain without a general engage ment, at least lie lias made a sign effort to relieve Havana. With two American fleets trying to prevent the Spanish squadron from reaching Cuba,the enemy's commander will have to do some lively dodging if he desires to avoid a fight, if the Spanish fleet can put into some Cuban port will furnish great encouragement to the Spanish soldiers now shut up on lho . l . , . . . .. island. 1 his seems to be the object flic visit to this side of tlie Atlantic, but it will take skillful manoeuvring to dodge tlie two American fleets and u, escape a decisive battle, broad, and although tlie American com-! The sea , , , , manders liave fast vessels serving as scouts, tlie naval tleeta may pass within a few miles of each other without their! presence being discovered. A crushing! defeat to the Spanish fleet Would leave *. , tlie way open tor the invasion of Cuba, and give this country the opportunity THE SUN, ending the war by driving the Spanish the island. The unfortunate con ; coin dition of the inhabitants ^>f that island renders quick relief imperative, and fleet the Spanish would mean as much to humanity as ould be creditable to American a victory over it w valor. LOCAL 1 KJTS. Pink silk is much in vogue for shirt waists. Q. \V. ,Simian lias returned to Laurel from this city. Many tings have been westcin part of the city. The llritisli steamship Kashbek lias arrived at this port. Miss Nellie Jewell is the guest of friends at Smyrna. Oliver S. Truitt lias returned from Alarms Hook. James C. Wicks was a Wilmington visitor yesterday. Eli Shilling and Miss ited Montchanin Camp yesterday. , Harry Ahern, of New Castle, lias ac cepted a position in this city. Shirt waists of pique in cross and lengthwise stripes are very stylish. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Stuck visited friends in Philadelphia yesterday. George Staib was the guest of friends in Philadelphia yesterday. •"Miss Ada Allen, of Chesapeake City, is tTe guest of friends in this city. Miss Clara Scott, who lias been ill for several weeks, is convalescent. Frank Whelen was a guest at the Federal Building yesterday. Miss Florence Baldwin of this city, has been visiting friends at Newport. Cliarles Lynch of this city, lias been visiting friends at Yorklyn. Miss Bell Godwin of Camden, lias been visiting friends in tfiis city. Foreman Canu of the Cooper jury, was taken ill yesterday afternoon. Miss Frances Taylor, of Chester, lias been the guest of friends in this city. stolen in the Blackburn vis* Girls' white organdie frocks arc very pretty trimmed w ith lace and ribbed. Miss Nora Stuart will spend tlie day with friends in Philadelphia. Ira Adams has returned to Laurel from this city. Mrs. E. E. Jones, of Philadelphia, is tlie guest of friends in this city. Ex-Senator Anthony Higgins was in Philadelphia yesterday. j David J. Reinhardt was in Philadel l'hia yesterday. .... I ^ ^ jgy. Mrs. Mary S. Martin and daughter, ; Miss Ella S., of Pennsgrove, are visiting j relatives in this city. Eight United States marines passed j thwngh tins city yesterday on their wav j vfrs. M. A. Kline, of Chester, Pa., is the guest of Miss Kline at tlie ( layton House. Albert Bovce, who has been visiting 1 his sister, Miss Clara li. Boyce, ii this 1 cil - v ' * ms returned to i.uim 1 Mav thuse wlio inherit the title ot gen-' I b „ L ., n)l tiesi ,,. u by Ull .ir ac tli 'li.—. | triumpiu < 11 .mpletelv t »n •M'e ■: ..Hu r f .. i i.'l Hal j Baidwi'l a.')' Miiituw V U'f* d: c J .dge, A. 1'. A. M., will ai rs i La ft . elRl Ber eh v n .hdm s ■ .illl j Sunday mo The line with sei dm biacelets worn now sones at intervals l-pieuiuiis inactive. Union Republican First District iiiee will iioiii a special •xi .Monday evening. The Rev. Vaughan Collins and Airs. | Collins of Dover, visited in this eity Tli .: C 01 'et.ngj i j yesterday. The largest number of recruits (1*25 men) for Camp Tunned, vestei dav. went tlie re A party of officials leit this eity yester day, on a special train, to attend the directors' meeting at Easton, Aid. j Central Presbyterian Church choir will give a gospel song service at the Y. M. L. A., next Sunday alternooii. [ Lilacs, violets and fuchias are expon | ems oi me purple craze that Das again j stirred tlie millinery world. Several Wilmiiiglonians attended tlie j ! funeral of Lucreua Way, at Longwood j Mating House | vebtel a * N * | Fairville, near Tlie car Lenure was shipped yesterday to Atlantic City, over till' ii. & (). rail road, by the I'nllman 1'alacc Car Cum , pai.y. lilaek taffeta gowns with jetted mous seline waist trimmed with jet and 1 colored ribbon velvet are exceedingly stylish. Arrangements are being made by tlie members ot the Wilmington Volunteer Fire Department, for a trip to Reading early next month. \V. J. Birdsall fell from his whect on Fourth street, on Tuesday evening and damaged his wheel and badly bruised himself. of Mrs. G. A. Fitch, the gospel singer, will be present nt tlie graml rally by tlie praying bund of Asoury Church, on Monday evening, May 30. The second annual May carnival Miss K. A. McClafforty's dancing school will be hold in toe Opera House on Thursday evening, May 2(1. Tlie steamer to be constructed for the ! Virginia Chemical Company, by the it j Harlan Hollingsworth Company, will I * 3e ^ a,,1G ^ • Morgan. • V,'hi?V' a, P..°? W "'& . Kepublican Club of this city, will play ot j team representing the Thursday Club, Philadelphia, on next Monday evening, I A housewarming and pound party will I be given at. the Ilorence Gritteiidon Mis sion No. .'>1:! Jefferson street, this after noon from 2 to 5 o'clock. is The ferryboat Fearless which is in the | drydock at the shipyards at the Harlan j A- HollingsHork Company, will leave for Philadelphia in a lew days, H , < J Wilmington Postotlice Depart !! l, ' , ' t .! ,a9 ll " m,1 f d " c,,ntract f,,r c , oa ' the Consumers Company, and for J general supplies to the Capelic Hardware of [Company. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, Complaint is made that the city water ia polluted in some wav, and that it has been bo bad for a few days ns to smell when allowed to stand for any length of time. The ferryboat Fearless, between Philadelphia and Gloucester, is in the Har&n & Hollingsworth dry dock, undergoing a general over-j hauling. liev. T. E Montgomery bus brought sint in the superior Court .against the;. trustees of olivet l'rosbvterian Church, the claim being fer unpaid salary amount ing to between 8200 and $JOO. .). I omit h'ggs represents «„. Members of the Wilmington Nolunteer Fire Ilepartinent are preparing for a trip to Reading; early next month. The Pluenix Fite Company expects to go in a body. The celebration will last from June 5 to 11, inclusive, and will include firemen's trade and civic parades. which plies Comiiit-rce ami Finance. In Hour the movement was slow and unsatisfactory, and prices were largely nomina 1 , though mill limits were un ebanged. Tlie few transactions reported were mostly in second-hand tots, which were obtainable cheaper than manufac turers' prices. Spot Ilran was firm, with supplies closely sold up. Receipts of Hay were small, and supplies of the bet ter grades were readily absorbed by the demand at full prices. ' Straw was quiet and unchanged. Refined Sugars were firm and in fair request. Provisions sold fairly in a jobbing way on a basis of Wheat was weak and fur 2c., in sympathy with bearish speculation in other domestic grain centres, induced by fine crop weather and lower foreign advices. Of ferings here were very light, and cash and May, No. 2 red, in export elevators, were wholly nominal at $firstname.lastname@example.org in the absence of trading. Corn options were dull and declined 1c. on call, due to the drop in wheat. Cables were lower and export demand was unsatisfactory. Local car lots were scarce and firm. Oats in car lots were steady, with moderate but ample offerings. Cotton was 1-llic. per pound higher. quo! at lone, tlier declined Grain Movement. Receipts at Philadelphia:—Wheat, 4, 659;Corn,377,560; Oats,20,202. Baltimore: —Wheat, 48,616; Corn, 269,528; Oats, 78,522. Shipments at Philadel phia:—Wheat, Oats, 73,598 Oats, 20,000. Receipts, 9,002 packages; steady. State dairy. State creamery.... ; Western creamery ; . j actory 2,398; Corn, 180,192; . Baltimore:—Corn, 299,571; Blitter and Eggs. The following are the official whole sale prices recorded yesterday at the Philadelphia Butter and Egg Board: Butter. ..]36(J4.lc. ...14(<i)15Jc. .. .14G 15.1c. 1 12(o 1 Eggs. stead v. .... Hllfo 1 lc. ....104c. Receipts, 13,315 packagi state and IVnnsvlvunia ••• Western. agents Maijtco AGF-NTS WANTED. For our New Book. TH8 Soil 0 ! Soctols SOHO GENTS wanted, five outfit, one earned $4200, several $1000 ill 189o. I', o. Ilox, 1371. New York. ; FOR EN ONLY 1 Write for terms. R. Lusby, Vinton, la. | A O ip (JO Agents wanted to sell ready ulullui made Novelty Signs. Val, Sclireier, Manufacturer, Milwaukee, Win. my; ivrtoratod stamping I'lUti'nis and 11 n|K< ' " ' F< dore Ott, I'errysvillc, Ohio. Made easy each day. New and Best Inhaler on the Market, Very fast seller also other goods equally as fast. Write for terms . 1 " artl ™ lKrs - rre,,oh lra •e, Brooklyn, N. Y. port Co., 221 P sped P >r the stuge paying $25.00 oekly. Send 10e. ami nddres sed stamped enveloi*e, S. II. Lingern, 705 N 5th Ht., Philadelphia, Pa. •a.!GOOD ACT 2 "r WHY NOT WORK •ourself. full pur lieu la rs for stamp. Addre WOODS & CO., Yonkers, New York. itli any bu first agents. The Everlastbig Water Filter i food territory still Nothing to Do 1 a; i Klondike—agent* say so. open. Write infix., Aluminum Novelry Co., Mon roe, Midi. SIDE LINBr rA *" T ■ehng Me ; sales. Prices rigid. Send two 1c. stanij>s for s prices. W. L. Murlin, Neptune, Ohio. pie sand Coins anJ> Curoirs. $5000 FOR A POIMl Do you want * know what your; coi ns are worth ? They are worth what they will bring—no We will send you schedule telHnp- the wires .sct eciuic ceiling cue pr ces we will pay for any United States coins you may have thus giving the actual value of all American coins fof O Dime. Address. more. The Century Coin Company, Dolnwiue County. DAUBY, I'A nnd stamps bought at a pre Tlh(s}r!tt t F l ohrl'a\ ;1 v Albt,. ocott,Cohoes N. 5. GOINS CATARRH 1 PI THE HEAD >ney refunded. Box sent ixistpald for •y tfjrder. Address Auo. Git a iin «b Co., Stanton, Io va. •ents THURSDAY. a. word "Ad" 2manth* in Journal 15c. stnmjs u\l *n-it ronohi* Western people. E. B. Hilly, » ^ ull > Broadway, a Louiu. Mi>. ... , , . ,, ... Will be sent to auy address in the United States fora silver dime, These packages are made up of standard newspapers and period , f m. icils of real literary worth. They are God-sends to invalids and s^y-at-homes. Address, News paper Exchange, Bishop Build U £ I ln R) * nuaaeipnia, ra. A POUND OF READING MATTER BIG FREE SAMPLE TO AGENTS. Setio your address at once and secure agency in votir town for "BUG-MITE." 'The King Roach Food. Kills Cockroaches, Ants and all Bugs. Send 2c. stamp for postage. Nat. Cliem. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. MALE AND FEMALE Agents Wanted By an old and well-known Company. No capital required. Goods been adver tised for over 20 years. Never offered through canvassers before. Business genteel in every particular. Address Fast Sales, P. 0. Box l592.Philadelphia,Pa AGENTS—Just out, little black tumbling acrobatic bug; the mystery of mysteries; most sensational and fast selling nov elty on tlie market; to show ona sells a dozen; sample and cate logue, 6c. Heustis Novelty Co., 6q Laidlawave., JerseyCity.,N.J. Good No. 6 white envelope? 100 Envelopes. with your name, business anH address pRinted on and sent post ; paid for 30c. 25 tor 10c; 509 for i $1.2.5. Good stock and good work guaranteed. 6 in. Size 3^jx onod manilla envelonef.! goua manina envelopes | for 25a; 50, 15c; 26, 7c. j 100 Letter heads, xS l A with your business printed for j for 45c; 250 for $I.OO; 500 for $1.75. Sent postpaid to your Tprlt-pcc op cfo^nt-vc ffll'pti for 1 acciress. 2C sia.nps taken ior | amounts under IOC; above the I , 7 , amount send money order in Address 100 C0,n ' i John W. Hann, WAunet, Chase Co., Neb. Editor and Proprietor of The Wauneta, Neb. Breeze. Esta blished in 1SS7 by its present I owner. FRCP don't miss cparkc I ntc T f IlS OFFER vlrlimo Just to introduce our popular magazine, SPARKS, into 5000 new homes, this month, we will send it a whole year lor only 20 cents. Now then, if you send us the names and addresses ol! five friends also, we will send you 12 books free. Sparks. South Wareham, Mass. ! S District Map of Delaware T)lt , STATE SENTINEL of Dover is hav ing prepared and will soon be ready to deliver a New Map of Delaware, giving p| , e boundaries of tlie Representative and 1 Senatorial Districts as provided by tlie New Constitution. SI.10 "ill secure this valuable Map and tlie State Sentinel for one year. Tlie number is limited; j | subscribe at once. New subscribers will | receive the paper the balance of this year j free. Address, with remittance, The State Sentinel, Dover, Del. | ! ..NO TAX ON DISTRIBUTORS.. —You ought to have the latest deci sions on this subject. Send One Dime. The Sin, Randolph Building, Philadel phia, Pa. MORE MONEY! In one of the dozens of business had we can find for yo > than in anything else. Genteel, for either sex, at home or traveling. Particulars FREE SfelTWe will insert your name and address in our SALARIED POSi i TION Manual, for io cts. a full year. May be worth hundreds of dollars to you Write at once. Address S. M. BOWLES , Woodford City, Vermont j heard of a single complaint. awsured if your printing is worth the L m . in HENRY J. CLARK, Box 87, Wilkes-Barre, J'a. j FALSE MUSTACHE of everything un ! 'Jw die Mill, forSeents, for 1 -ostnge, etc. JOHN Hints, Philadelphia, DT 1895, I distributed over 250,000 pieces of advertising mat ter and up to date I have not Results I'a. I _ Box 15H. ,You Can Make j 'p, 10 Sourest Vinegar ever tasted at a i trifiil 'E cost. No fruit ; no acid; abso | u t<jiy lmrmless. Send 25c. silver for receipt. Address/ RkSSIG, No. 109 East Mala St,, Van Wert, Ohio MAY 1ft, 1808. Situation or help advertise ments in THE SUN will be run for 25 cents until either have been secured and ordered out. HELP WANTED-MALES. TJOY-17 years of age, wishes position i J) Address "F, ' Si x Office. store*. WANTED—Would like to purchase a gtssl seeond-lianded breech loading shot gun. Give price and full particulars. Add re** "J" Si n Office W A N'TKD.—KxiX'i fall at 707 (Jhiiiyh WANTED—At Shirt Factory, Fifth and Fieneh streets, Operators and Experienced Cuff Turner*. ricnced shoe-maker. Address street. W ANTED—A inun of ability to repix-ent a linn of high standing; must have small capital for goods curled. VV. H. Kellt-j . ager, Uibsoii House, w nail *1 ANTED— .Situation for coachman v house work in private family. Address 807 Tat street. W ANTED—56 boys to sell the Sunday edi tion of The Sun. Biggest sale on record last Sunday. More Profit. Apply Iff* East Sixth street. WANTED—John Jackson, frrmerly a butcher in (ireat Hampton Row, Birraingnam, England, who many years ago went to America under the name of James Johnson, ami traded for some years as cattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson (if alive), is now entitled to property in England. Information to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother), Hhakespear Villa, Sparkhi Birmingham, cr THURSFIELP <k MESHJTER Solicitors, Wednes bury, England. WANTED—A PRESS FEEDER FOR small johlrers and cylinder pres*. Apply loci E. Sixth street. None but experienced feeder need apply WANTED—By an experienced as press-feeder. Address "D" SUN OFFICE. , position WANTED:—Position wanted by indus trious young man, willing to do any thing for a legitimate living. Address 12 Sun Office. HELP WANTED—FEMALES. WANTED—Four business girls to work in this eity. Can make from $2 50 to $3.00 a day. Apply between 9and 11a.m., today at No. 1117 East Thirteenth street. W ANTED.—A white girl for general house work, must be tidy and experienced. Apply at No. 621 Van Buren street. '117'ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house ▼ V work. State wages. Address P. 0. Box 152, city. "\XT"ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell | yy private books for women. 613 King street, j 8 a. m. or 6 p. in j W A 2Jw hiSid R mffi Cl e A ?™ otr »t let street! 86 ' Ca ' UtI, " ,a ]'oHND.wl'LEHER ar ' - 1 Air—Women to sell Brassine. Liberal | yy contnM . t A sale at every door. Brassine I Manufacturing Company, 54 North River struct, Wilkesbarre. Fa. i WANTED—A MIDDLE AGED LADY ""h.'a!'! WANTED— A i'ARLOR FLOOR FT'HX I nf refine •nt for pleasant j ition. To the right •ration Sun office. it) • ('. L. II." suxoff! T '''' Ribbans. 105 E .lit i I, Hi u low pri l ' hll *" u ' | i ; i ||a ■' Salary \\TANTKD-A tv ware. Legitimate, pay Delu ry I ill; Apply at cnee, B 8, rc> iiOR SALE—A (list cla Apply a 212 West F 4 cheap, ?l •cct. W A N TI:!)-!»()S IT ION AS IN ST h l( ' ily bv a young laily of line ' " 'ligand excel! als ml -|*irii •«iu ■r school aeherof repulalioii. ranted is si II. Address this olliee. WANTED — THREE OR FOUR ! forms for light liousekc'ciiing. Adrvss II. e . si n WILCOX CQft/PtiUND ANSY&PIILS BEWARE OP rilVSTHlFEIT*. I he only .ale ami alw:n f"r |.a<lf<*s. A crept n«> w s Imitations. Pave lili l>y taking notMi g Put „ fl , and original Wllnx #*• I ills. In metal iioxes l«'artDg W mark, prije < 12 . 00 . all drunri- is for Woman's Safe Guard iv*-iv WILCOX MPFCIMU I O„ A28 Sou Hi Kighlh SlrtH. Clitla., _ & _ _1__ A TREATIES on the horse and his diseases by Dr. B J. Ken dall. Price, postpaid ioc., regular price 25c. It is a pa per covered book of 90 pages. Address, J. W. HANN., Wauneta, Neb. reliable Relief > ami dan ami guard » Diygenu nnd Tansy ifeld trade ml 4 cts. ! health tl 1 lied. N ewspaper advertising in the UnRed States A liook of two hundred IMh'es, containing a catalogue of al«ut six tlious and newspaiiers, being all that are credited by the American Newsmper Directory (December edition for 1897) with having regular issues of 1,000 copies or more. Also separate State mar* of each and every State of the American Union, naming those (owns only In which there are issued newspapers having more than 1,000 circu lation. This book (issued December 15, 1897) will be sent, postage paid, to any address, on receipt of one dollar. Address, The Geo. P. Rowell Ad vertising Co.. 10 Spruce St.. New Y'ork. NEBRASKA. A New Field for Advertisers ! is an page 4 col. monthly. J G u a r a n teed circulation oi 1,000 copies monthly. < It reaches people who you liaY'e been unable to reach. Low rates given advertisers during the months of Oct., Nov. and Dec. Send for rates. Address The Echo, Wauneta, Neb. The Echo WJtNTED—informal ion concerning too whereabouts of James Hardy, of I Donegal, Ireland who left home in 1891 for Australia; any information will be gratefully received by his sister, Kate Hardy, 1208 Locust ' Street, Philadel phia, I'a. G. MONEY Not ('onfederate. One 95 Bill Free, THE HUIDE TO WEALTH tells It all. A #5 Book for 91. One of tlie . l iroulars. Rare I A Joluw »n, Hubhardston, above bill Free if you send Hoods for stumps. Mass. NOTiCES. WANTEll—Energetic agent*, either *ei < i,„, »eter must bear strictest Investigation. AdUreli •SUN office. * , t B PERSONAL. K.NIGHT—Information wfmteil of children Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly resitting In Bmukiv Address WALTER (III.LINS, street, Jersey City, N. J. ot i). •Hli W Hriliiligtoit MRS. APiilE GRAM Hit IS II.—News of inn., I*""; 1 '- Anyone knowing her address notify J Uni Broadway, Brooklyn, N, V. 1 " INFORMATION ten Hid.—Daniel E. Daven port, formerly of John Rtlowen and <>>., true tor*, or his heirs, will please communicate with WILLIAM Z. Me KIN'LEY, 189 Ilera)<l Downtown, New York. FTKRSTNER, ROBERT—if Robert Fuerstner son o! /aeharms L. Fuerstner, will conimunieute with Plat/.ek, Strook and Herzog, 820 Broadway New York city, he will hear of something to liis advantage. IF Michael C Walls, born in Kallintra, county Donegal, Ireland..now about 40years of age. sni, jMtsetl to lie.about New York, would communi cate with his cousin Michael Flood, KowviUc street, London l*rry, Ireland, he would bear something to his advantage. INFORMATION wanted of Rosanna Reilly, (domestic.) Please send addre to GO Convent avenue, New York citv. *8 IF Frederics Richardson, late pro. cricketer. Wood borough, Notts, England, and Montreal Canada will apply to H. O. H.. 762 Lafayette av. he will be gladly received. Cuban papers please FLORENCE O'BRIEN—Kindi; BUCKLEY, UK) West Broadway, li write GEO. York citv. INFORMATION wanted of Clare Duval by •liter. j. DUVAL. 151 West 53rd, New York City. hia If Theodore Hummel, of Entigen, Oberempt Horb, Wurtcmberg. who left ill* home in Moesa lngen lit February, 1890, will communicate with Post Office box 183, New York, he will hear something to his advantage. Information la regard to him will be thankfully received. Western papers please copy. ANY information from Dontery Margaret Knud **" * Indt. wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Flindt, would gladly be received. Please address 110 8d avenue, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts ol John UolHiis last employed as stevedore. Ad dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th st„ Read ing, Pa. IF Frederick H. Deepe will send his address to the undersigned, he will hear something to his advantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 23d St., New York G'itv. HOWARD S. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn, p ease send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157 Her ald Downtown, New York City. HENRY' S. GRAY'.—Information wanted about Henry 8. Gray, of Toronto, laat heard of in sum- i mer of 1893, when a bookkeeper with Himonda I Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at Ed L-i Io , t<! ,'„ G , rc f, , ,'.( l0,m ; Address CARTER, J HUGHE8 A DWIGHT- 9(i Broadway, New York ] TO the Baron Von Alvensleben, late of Fifth Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st., and 5th ave., New lorki ^ on are particularly requested to communicate with J. ]). B. Lewis, Solicitor, Bucklers bury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing she address and communicating the same will be rewarded #0 INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Py led John Burke in North Amt_ a,! ' 1 Bowery street. New York. . mar riea 50 years; lived : U DW'IG LANDSIIUT ;o Jiisadvantage ili learn of something ' im 002 , 93 Nassau/ • railing rot INFORMATION is M s to the where* iiiu - of M •iff of Charles Thais .in 1 r h. w. 81'ANGLER York, 1'a, IN FORMA T J ON wan ted Dece concerning Matthew • her 9; will be thank 'V 11 s I,wither, DAVID. Uix. Jh.3, N. V. I :l •ullyrccci' •Vliitc I'lai i\c<l INFORMATION w ted f Lillian De Mura >. Addrcsa r i' ... ol John De M EXFCl K»R, \\ 136th St., Nc Yoik City, .1 i Baiters please copy. NANCY ■AR LAN—Came , nun Birmingham' bulled to property; liberal re ft death. Address GEO. A) Law, 110 Ames Building England, in JH7 v.ard f« 1 SMYTHE, Boston Mass. ounsellor SHOULD this moot the eye of any of the rela " ; 1 Uitlieriiie or Beiiittinin Hough, formerly JvJln Slul' England, MR. FREDERICK dEkUkD will be pleased to set* or hear from themJ Address British Steamship Energia, Market sti wharf New York. ;ive DANIEL MULLIGAN or Cornelius Car Ian, dial Infantry, March 18J 1881 , at Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; entitled to prop] arty; liberal reward for proof of death. Add res) a. im! A ' *BMA THh, Counsellor at Law, llOAmel Building, Boston, Mass. ] J0SE1II HLNMS—A native of Russia, knowj^Uj here as Joseph Ennig, is required to communi^H cate with his brother, Major F. Hunnis, hi Hi* Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General o HJ Russia. 21 State street. New York. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a the late David Davidson, Writer, Coupar, Angi 1 or any of his children, Address DAVI DUNCAN At HON. Solicitors. Dundee. Scotland, ] INFORMATION wanted of the descendants q Henry Caldwell O'Neil, who, in 1845 (It Is be lieved) resided at 37 Centre street, and also o the desccndents of Alexander McClure, who, 1] 1895 resided ot 134 Henry street, both of whoi owned or had some interest In premises Nos. » 2 , M, and % Mulberry street, In the city of York. fRKDKKICk BELTZ, Counsellor at Lav 111 Broarlway, New Y'ork citv. MAGGIE HARRIS—Information wanted ' < wherealxnits of MaKgie Harris, who was emplb' ed In May, 1897 at 149 West 70th St. Please cojl municatewuh COLE* POTTER, 68 Wall strei* .ho u''!! 1 MajUa, w-ho left the English na'i •hip Bellerophon about 30 years ago, is still ll mg, h s mother, Jane Martin (nee Branse.' letter Jui e t° ,ro , In him - I'ommunlcatc ! York 1 L ' A '' l(M Bverson St., Brooklyn, N Ne El GENE SMITII. formerly of Arena, Wig., 1 heard from In New York, employed in a restj! rant, will hear something to nis Interest by co municatlng with UEE.HE & CARTER, Attorne Dodge 1 vi lie, Wig. INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Shee son of Patrick F., born at 338 East 47th Ht., left home, 735 East 143d St., in 1892, for Den Col.; last heard from him in April, 1892 f Denver; was going to Stockton. Cal.; father mother dead; come home to John. Scud un formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 735 Fast St. Western laqiers please copy, \i JOSEPH BAY LESS, short, brunette, m Carteret, N. .1., (Colwell's iron works), left sorrowing wife appreciate knowing his ' Ing deiuf. BAYLKSS 411 West 19th. fate*, . V itu* Eczema T . hia disgusting I ^" lTo ! ' i disense cnn be . -.era,i p C70 m 71 cured. Obien- 1 _. ' X A L OlNTMF.h" will do it. Price, One Dollar. Egyptian PharmaceuticJ , *' ,, ??^ #,, Can?