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THE SUN
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Clement H. Congdon, Sele Owner.
Catered at the Wilmington PoatOffloe
Second Clam Matter.
IjONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 18*7
DELMAUVIA TELEPHONE 124
Basiness Office and Editorial
Rooms, No. 103 East Sixth St.
Mechanical Department, No. 103
East Sixth St.
Philadelphia Office Room 3, No.
911 Walnut Street.

THE SUN is published every day in
the year and is distributed throughout
the City of Wilmington and tbe State of
Delaware by authorized agents. Sub
ecriptione should be sent to tbe publica
tion office by mail or telephone.
has Ins hands
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Friday, May 27, 1898.
Good morning.
That Western cyclone must have made
Spain long for a brief control oyer tiie
elements.
references to him as Bil^
Sampson show what confidence and
camaraderie there is among us in times
of danger.
Constant
Having been confirmed against the
wishes of Uncle Harrison, son Russ, may
now take (lie-position that he's a. greater
man than his father.
Some military expe rts say the task of
expelling the Spaniards from Cuba
Ehould not be underestimated. It will
be remembered in compelling another to
walk Spanish a person
full.
;
Real estate men are complaining bit- j
terly of the effect the war with Spain
lias had upon the value of properties ;
It!
bordering on the Atlantic seaboard.
is said to be a fact that thousands of
, ,, ....... • .,a„i
dollars will be lost this year in rentals j
and sales of properties at tamer popular ,
seaside resorts because ot the tear oil the ; b
part of former 9 ijotirners that they may
be made the victims of ons of the Span
ish fleets which, we are told, is to bom
incredible that |
It is
bard our coast.
well-balanced people should give way to j
such idle fears,
hardlv
It would seem to be 11i
irv to point out how i
groundless they are. It is a part of the •
Spanish naval policy to circulate rumors |
of an intention to bombard our coast.
new
but a moment's consideration ought to
show how ridiculous such statements
arc. lit the fii>t place, the Xuvy De
partment at Washington
close watch kept upon the movements of i
all Spanish ships; and in the second, j
is having
a!
pain had any idea of creating
even n
to do!
home |
I
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North Atlantic coas
' havoc along the
she I
the work. She must guard her
coast, and the remainder of her ships ate
't the ships with whicl
either in West Indian waters or prepar- (
. .
ing to go to the Philippines for the pur-;
pose of attempting the recapture of Ma- !
nila. Our tiuiid citizens mav-dismi
all:
•bombardment north oi
s ,f c :
... . , i
have no doubt that sojourners at the sea-j
shore will be as safe and a9 free from ,
their fears of an\
Cuba. The Atlantic coast will be
this summer as it has always been. We
hariit during the approaching summer us
they were last year, when th
was nn
ere
thought of war.
if the modern type has
I
,
No
RATTI.K-MIl'
made'so long and inter
voyage us that of the Oregon, which be
gun at San Francisco on March 1(
ended at Jupiter, on the east
hithert,
in
mid
Florida, on May 24. Though her desti-;
nation is only about twenty-five hundred j
miles from her starting point, she lias
sailed nearly fourteen thousand miles,
making an average of about two »««
dred and fifty miles a day for more than •
two months together. The route of the |
Oregon was down the Pacific coast to the
Strait of Magellan, stopping to coal at :
Callao, in Peru. At tiie Strait she was
joined by tiie gunboat Marietta, whose!
coast of
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speed is less than that of the Oregon, j
and together they ran up the Atlantic ;
coast to Rio. Here the Nictherov joined
'ere next reported at
At this point the perilous part
11 tere was
the whole West Indian archipelago and
He
, ., , ,, ,__ .t
tints avoided the danger of encounter
with more numerous forces ana has de-,
livered his charge safe and sound, a line
achievement of seamanship that adds
still another honor to our navy. The
Oregon is a great addition to the*\tlantic
fleet and if any opportunity occurs will
make her presence felt. The only draw
■«<>'
gives is the regret that she started too
soon to be sent to the Philippines, where
she is more needed.
them and thev
Baltia.
of tiie journey began, since
suspect that the Spanish fleet
might undertake to intercept I hem.
Captain Clark, having learned at Baltia
that Cervera was in the Caribbean, took \
tiie extreme outside course,sailing around \
reason t
coming in above the Bahamas.
LOCAL DOTS.
Dewey weather this!
Clierries are eelling at 10 cents per
pint.
F. W. Miller has returned from West
Chester.
James W. Lattomus has returned from
Atlantic City.
Harry Whiteman is confined to iris
home b'y illness.
Bishop Monaghan has returned from
Glen Riddle, Pa.
Dr. E. W. Cooper of Camden, has been
visititTg in this city.
City Solicitor Henny C. Conrad went
to Dover yesterday.
James Moyniiian has been visiting
friends at Hockesain.
Mies duPont attended the horse show
in Philadelphia on Wednesday,
Mrs. H. Hinger and Master Benjamin
Hinger have returned from Augustine
Pier.
Ann Heapliy, of this city lias been ad
mitted to the county almshouse at taru
hui-st.
Roses are blooming, and the air is
laden with the fragrance of the sweet
flowers.
Shellpot; Park, Wilmington's popular
resort, will be opened for the season on
Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Green, of Booth's Corner,
Pa., has been the guest of relatives in
this city.
The Union Woman's Foreign Mission
ary Society held an interesting meeting
last night.
Miss Belle R. Godwin, who lias been
visiting friends in thin city, lias returned
to Camden.
Miss Etbel England, of Camden, N.J.,
is visiting Mrs. Allred Heck, of No. 1327
West street.
Mrs. Enoch Moore, Jr., and Enoch
Moore, 3rd, are spending some time at
Atlantic City.
C. J. Moriarity and his manager Sam
Fitzpatrick will leave this city tor San
Francisco today.
Mrs. J. W. Cook, of this city, lias been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Jester, of Dover.
Mrs. Hattie Kelley, of this city, has
been entertaining her sister. Mrs. John
Barcus, oi Pearson.
Many Wiliningtonians went to Phila
delphia on Wednesday night to see the
Gambols of the Lambs.
The German ship, Bayonne, from
Venice, Italy, lias entered this port to
load with oil at Marcus Hook.
Bishop Coleman conducted confirma
! tion services last evening at Christ
; church, Brandywine hundred.
Tenth ward Democrats will meet to
j
night in Weccucoe Hall, to elect a dele
; gate to the hundred convention.
The body of Mrs. Timmas Frazier, No.
was taken to!
East Sna .
.Smyrna yesterday tor interment.
j ■* . . . .- n - 1.
, Scllooli wlll give utusical in the Assc-tu-,
; b jy n a il, on .Uotuiav evening, May 30.
Tiie Rev. Dr. Collins, of Philadelphia,
will assist in the penticostal service at
Wesley M. E. Church, on next Sunday.,
| Mag'Mrat^ Kelley feta returned home,
rela-j
Ct 11
ty and that pretty
1
street,
where* lie spent
j
11i V es,
i Kieveuth ward Democrats will ele
• delegate to the hundred convention, at
| Maryland avenue and beech street to-1
111,0 ,l *
The dredge International, now in the.
dr> dock at the shipyard oi the Harlan
will leave;
uS: ilolliligswoitl
l ■
tomorrow,
i fluffy garment,
j ^Yotty 'tltusy." * E '' l 8 ''
a! Between I
lit
comnience
ate is kept
ia Rivet view
who i
Cemetery will be compelled to keep them
in order without the assistance of out-!
| side contractors.
I Bishop Coleman has returned from
I New York, where he attended the com
s oi the General
Tin
ots
(
nieneement exer
-j l, eo logical .Seminary,
!
Frank Filer had one of Iris ribs broken
on Wednesday, by falling from u scat'
Mold at the yards ol the Harlan & Hoi
c : lingsworth Company.
The adjourned meeting of the Grand
i Castle of the K. G. L. was reopened oil
Wednesday night, and the unfinished
, business was completed.
A letter recent iy received from Charles i
■ in Paris with F. I
lJnmienthal, states that he is in good j
health and enjoying himself.
Encampment, No. 34, Union Veteran
Legion, will hold its annual memorial
services at its hall, corner Third and
.Market streets, on Saturday evening.
There was no meeting of the Christian !
ionary Aliianc? last night, on I
and im
account of the special Pentecostal meet-j
ing at Harrison Street M. E. Church.
j ^ L '^fllipishh! deliver^
tract jut luinisniiig anu
wl-cn M-irkct liiul Tefferso'it^ ' '
I
• w j l0 j ri visitin^ in this citv, will go to
| Boston, .Mass., next week' to assist tiie j
ltev. McAllister, of that city, in h's
: " IJlk '
The British bark Greenland, of the
; cryolite licet, is expected to arrive at the
I shipyards of the Jackgon & Sharp Coin
j pany in a few days for a general over
; hauling,
ailie B. Manuel, of No. B 2 S Elm
street, and William B.,11, formerly of
this citv. now uf Newark, will be mar
ried on June s, at the home of the bride's '
parents.
A grand floral concert and dance will;
be given in Shields Library Hall, Wed-;
net-day evening, June 1. Thomas!
Finnegan, chairman; James Cannon,
secretary; Charles McDonough, treasurer.
Mrs. Ilonar J. Cooper of Washington,
will make an addles tonight at the first
j public reception of the Woman's league
of Wilmington, to be held at Bethel A.
^ j, C1 iurclt, Sixth and Walnut streets,
, , ...
, te * d ^j wedding of Miss Ida Mttl'liken
j {lll j j^imr K. Spaulding, both of Prince
j George's county, Md., in the Holy Trin
| ity P. P. Church, at Lpper Marlboro, on
Wednesday.
The Rev. W. F. Lewis of Rodney
W.'SE»SSttVSlCS
the subject. "As Others .See Us." Scv
„ral selections will be sung by Rodney
Church choir.
Mi
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Strawberry pickers will soon be kept
busy in tbe neighboring country.
Miss Mary B. Evans, ol Georgetown,
is the guest of friends in this city.
The Wilmington M. E. Conference
Board of Church Extension, met in St.
Paul's M. E. Curch, on Wednesday, and
granted assistance to several churches
which had naked for loans and assis
tance. h
Eugene Peters? yacht Coyote, one of
the of prettiest pleasure crafts that ever
came up the Christiana river, is bound
for Charlestown, S. C, having received
slight repairs at the yards of the Pusey
& Jones Company.
Flour was dull, with demand mostly
fer second-hand stock, which were avail
able below mill limits. Tbe latter, how
ever, were generally well supported,
Spot Bran was scarce and firmly held,
with offerings closely sold up. Hay was
firm, and the market was closely sold up
of all desirable grades, receipts of which
continued light. Straw was quiet, with
moderate offerings, on a taels of quoted
rates. Refined Sugars were in fairite
mand at well-sustained prices. Provisions
sold fairlv in a jobbing way on a basis
of quotations. Wheat rilled firth, in
sympathy witli stronger Western ad
vices, but showed no-important change
up to tiie close of the call, No. 2 red, nt
export elevator, having sold at
Export demand was unsatisfactory,
Corn options ruled steady on call, but!
there was little disposition to tradeeither i
on speculative account or for export.
Local car lots were in small supply and
steady, but ruled quiet. Oats in car lots
were in moderate but ample supply at
tiie late decline. Nothing was done for
export. Cotton was 1-lGc. per pound
higher.
Commerce and Finance.
Grain Movement.
Receipts at Philadelphia:—Wheat, 0,
035; Corn, 224,185; Oats, 21,018. Ship
ments at Philadelphia:—Wheat, 2,000;
Corn, 6,132; Oats, 12,741.
Butter ami Eggs.
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The following are the official whole
sale prices recorded yesterday at the
Philadelphia Butter and Egg Board:
Solid Packed Butter.
Separator Creamery, [email protected] j
Creamery, firsts.
do seconds.
Imitation Creamery, "extra
do firsts.
do seconds.
LadlV-packed, extra.
do firsts.
do seconds.
I
15
.14
.14
.13
I
.12
.13
.12
.11
to!
Print Butter.
Oreamery, extra.
do firsts.
do seconds.
!
,
. i 4 10
p ellnsylvnilia and near bv .,l
' • c* rict.lv fi e-h "
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Southern fresh
Butter firm; F
.11
.10.3
.10
firm.
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^ 50()0 FOR A
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CU 1 IN ! , ■ , .
know What \01tr
coins are worth? They are !
| worth what they will bring — no j
We will send you a
.schedule telling the prices we;
I will pay for any United States
coins you may have thus giving
1 the actual value of all American j
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dauby, pa
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(join. Address
John W. Hann,
WAunet, Chase Co., Neb.
Editor and Proprietor of The
Wauueta, Neb. Breeze. Esta
blished in 1887 by its present
owner.
Bow to Start a Factory
Is the subject of a prize com
position that will appear in the
SEASIDE VISITOR
soon; arid will suggest the best
articles that can be manufactured
in small country towns with
small capital; how to begin their
manufacture and the best method
to establish such a business.
The publishers of the Seaside
Visitor, abriglit, sparkling and
entertaining monthly, have of
fered prizes for three best corn
positions on that subject, and
f. , . .. , J ' .,
the three best articles contrib
uted will be published.
T,,»ninnTtco ~ .
1 U I.N 1 KUUULL the OEA
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jt j U be sent f our mont hs free
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H„ 1Pr i; 1in , anr l c1 ln i,ld
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each insertion. Address, |
SEASIDE VI8ITOR,
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ISEASE PREVENTED—
Men who observe this sim
ple precaution are absolutely
safe against venereal infection.
No appliance; no medicine; no
fake. It never fails. .Sent any
where for One Dime. Address,
The Quaker City Institute,
i Darby, Pa.
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Fastest cutting knife made,
you write you will never be sotry.
W. E. SITTRRLY, 75 Washington
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doiph Building, Philadelphia, U. S. A.
LADIES do you want a vactus
fr° m the prairies of Neb.
small round Cactus with a liand
j some bright red blossom. _
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1 will send one postpaid for i=c, ;
2 for 25c. Address J. W. HANN
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live agents. Address R. Lusby, Nov
eltv Dealer, Vinton, Ia. (Mention i
this paper.)
I j will put your name and address in
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j trifling cost. No fruit ; no acid; tibso
luleiy harmless. .Send 25c., silver fc
! receipt. Address,
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for Ladies. Accept 110 worthless and dan
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health hy taking nothing but the ' lily genu
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} /nark, price f2.00, all druggPts. Iscnd 4 cts.
for Woman's Safe Guard, sccKvrely mailed.
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Situation «r help advertise
meats ia THE SUN will lie rna
for 25 ceats until either have
been secured and ordered out.
HELP WANTED—MALES.
B O V—17 yean of age, wishes position in store.
Add ret* "F, BUN Office.
WANTED—Would like to purchase a good
second-handed breech loading allot gun. Give
price and full particulars.
Address "J"
Sun Office
WANTED.—Experienced shoe-maker. Address
oreall at 707 Church street.
WANTED-At Shirt Factory, Fifth and Fiencb
streets, Ojierators and Experienced Cuff Turners.
W ANTED—A man pf ability to represent a
firm of high standing; must have small
capital for goods carried. VV. H. Kelley man
ager, Gilison House.
ANTED—Situation for eoaehman *r house
work in private family. Address 807 Tat
street.
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W ANTED—50 boys to sell the Sunday edi
tion of The Bun. Biggest saie on record
last Sunday. More Profit. Apply 101 East Sixth
street.
WANTED—TJflhu Jackson, frrmerly a butcher
in Great Hampton Row, Birmingnam, England,
who many years ago went to America under the
name of James Johnson, and 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),
'tS&Sf'ftSbZ
| bury, England.
WANTED—A PRESS FEEDER FOR
small jobbers and cylinder press. Apply 103 E.
Sixth street. None but experienced feeder need
apply
WANTED—By an experienced man, position
as press-feeder. Address "D" SUN OFFICE.
WANTED:—Position wanted by indus
young man, willing to do any
for a legitimate living. Address
trious
tiling
12 Sun Office.
HELP WANTED—FEMALES.
WANTED—Four business girls to work in this
city. Can make from $2 50to $3.00 a day. Apply
| between 9and 11a.m., today at No. 1117 hast
j Thirteenth street.
X
ANTED.—A white girl for general house
work, must be tidy and experienced. Apply
. 621 Van Buren street.
ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house
work. State wages. Address P. O. Box
IW
152, city.
I 'TITANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell
i W private Ixxiks for women. 613 King street, j
8a m or6! ' m
ANTED.—GENERAL AGENTS FOR A
household article just out; sells at
fall at Lafavette Hotel, .'sis Mar
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JOHN I). WILEHEK.
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l.ie whereiibouts of James Hardy, of;
Donegal, Ireland who left home in I Sill I
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next examinations and valuable
information sent FREE on
quest. POTOMAC CIVIL SER
VICE ACADEMY, Dep't B,
,
|
Wash, D. C.
do you want a
good paying j
position on the
I railroad. If so, I can help you. Age
| must lx; between \1\ and 34}. Enclose
j 12c. for terms, postage, etc. Address,
Young Men
James L. Wilson,
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-1
Dej)t. Street, Maiden, N. C.
^IIE folio wing
rei»roduetion of a postal
recently received from a down cast hustler.
Mr. Lord was formerly located in Philadelphia
and knows the agency business from A to Z
Parties who are interested in agency
do well to immediately eorresjiond with Mr.
Lord.—E ditor.
ork will
Cumberland Mills, Me.
Dear Friend :
Are you open to
1 want an agent in your locality to work on
salary or commission, i will give you a $50 ap
nointment, and forfeit $-50 if y*»u do not clear
$150 a month. If you are interested, enclose 20
cents to cover mailing expense, for full imrticu
lars, contract and two samples, the regular price
of which is 50 cents. All sent fully pre|»iid.
As to my responsibility, I refey you to the
Mayor, Postmaster, Express Agent, or any business
house. If we do not bear from you ut once, 1 shall
not hold tiie imsition open to you.
Yours truly.
renev offer?
EDWIN B. LORD.
NOTICES.
WANTED— Energetic agents. either sex. Char
acter must bear strictest investigation. Address
iUK office.
PEBSOXAI.
KNIGHT—Information wanted of children of
Mm. Jane Knittht, formerly residing in Brooklyn.
Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Washington
street, Jersey City, N. J.
MRS. AltltlE GRAMBKI SH—News of Impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J„
376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted.—Daniel E. Daven
port, formerly of John E. Gowen and Co., con
tractors, or fils heirs, will please communicate
with WILLIAM Z. McKINLEY, 189 Herald,
Downtown, New York.
FUERSTNER, ROBERT—if Robert Fuerstner
son of Zacharias L. Fuerstner, will communicate
with Platzek, Btrook and Herzog, 320 Broadway,
New York city, he will hear of something to his
advantage.
IF MichaelC. Walls, bom in Ballintra, county
Donegal, Ireland M now about 4u years of age, sup
I*osed to be al>out New York, would eonimuni
cate with his cousin Michael Flood, Rossvile
street, Londonberry, Ireland, he would hear
something to his advantage.
INFORMATION wanted of Rosanna
Reilly, (domestic.) Please send address
to 60 Convent avenue, New York city.
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer,
Wood borough, Notts, England, and Montreal,
Canada, will apply to II. U. 8., 762 Lafayette av.,
he will be gladly received. Cuban papers please
copy.
FLORENCE O'BRIEN—Kindly write GEO.
BUCKLEY. 190 West Broadway, New York citv.
INFORMATION wanted of Clare Duval by hi.
J. DUVAL. 151 West 5i!rd,
New York City.
niter.
If Theodore Hummel, of Entigen, Oberampt
Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his home in Moess
Ingen in February, 1890, will communicate with
Post Office box 183, New York, he will hear
of something to his advantage. Information in
regard to nim will be thankfully received.
Western papers please copy.
ANY' information from Dorter
leu Fllndt. wife of C. J. H.
would gladly tie
3d avenue, N. Y'.
y Margeret Knud
Knudun Flindt
received. Please address 110
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts ol
John Collins, 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 ids
advantage. GERMANY', 218 Herald. Zid St., New
York Citv.
HOWARDS. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn,
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157 ifer
j aid Downtown, New York City.
HENRY H. GRAY*.—Information wanted about
Henry s. Gray, of Toronto, last heard of io sum
ater ol 181)3, when a bookkeeper with Simon,la
Mfg. Co., Long Island city, and living at Ed
wards' Hotel, Greemiollit. Address CARTER,
Hl'GHES A: DYMGI1T, DO Broadway, New York
City
i !> the Baron Y
Alvensleben, late of Fifth
Avenue lintel, vomer of ztrd st., and 5lh
New Yorki-Y,
communicate with J
Bucklersl
irticulaily
B. Lewis
y, London, Eng. Anyone k
and communicating tiie same will be
quested to
re
. s.
Solicitor, 20
ing
the add
ded
rewt
j INFORMATION wanted of Ellen 1'yne, mar
led John Burke la North America 50 years; lived
last 14p.; Bmverv street, New York.
. LUDWIG LANDSHUT will 1c
to his advantage by calling rooi
meet, New York citv.
rn of something
002, 93 Nussau
INFORMATION is wa*i
alxmts
1 as to the
here
Tbeii
ife of Charles Theis or
children.
Addi
E. W. SPANGLER
! York, Ta,
INFORMATION
ranted cone
ng Matthew
ill be thank
fully recti\ed by his brother, DAVID, box 485.
I White Plains N Y.
Christie, las
INFORMATION
anted of Lillian De Muro
Frank uuB John De Muro. Add
, 226 West R'.Cth St., New York City,
1 Trow I'aWrs plea*
anil heirs
'88
Syracuse" 1
SANCY carlan—C ame
Kngland, lit i>
I jtjrrt . for urn
Bostun Ma»«. U
1
I ,,
AvSoSiulri.renr
avea of cauitrlue or
-upy.
Blrmingliam,
entitled tt> property; liberal re
of death. 1 Addreg,
Law, J10 Ames Building,
:
iEO. A
nsellor
. ../ofithe reia
Benjamin Hough, formerly
land, MR. FRKRERtyJv
i*d to see or h«
ol
if
•k|Kirt, En
, BEARD will be pic
\ddrtss British Steamship L
wharf New York.
from thei
igia, Market s
j
i
!
DANIEL Ml LLIGAN or Cornelius Carlan, dis
L charged lrom Co. H, 9th U. S. infantry, March 18,
iw»l, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo.-; entitled to prop
jrty; liberal reward for proof of death. Address
, SMVTHE, Counselloi at Law, 110 Ames
Building, Boston, Mass.
of;
I JOSEI'H IH'NNIS— A native of Russia, kin
: SS?
i ivtersburK, Russia, or the it, n
Russia, at state street. New Y'ork.
\ -

:o eommuni*
Hunnin, St.
sulute General of
WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son of
■ DUNCAN iSOaN. Solicitors. Dundee.^^Scotland
' ; INFORMATION wanted of the descendant, of
; Henrycaidweii oxeii, who, in ims (it is t*
thcdmsn?dent.V^
im.™l?r^ad"me"meLfir,ae^^^
Yol 1 ' "KHKhFki'rkHhvr tv b 1 ' 1 the r, lty: " ,T
111 Broadway. New York citv.
re-;";,,,.,.... IIA7 ~ , ,
whereat™',, „f
90.
a & gi«i'
j Afe ^
Ijtty "»tli L. a., 101 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, New
or •
LI Oi-.N K 9MIIII. formerly of Arena, YVI»„ last
eay-l fiom In New York, emiiloyetl In a restau
uit, will lit'Hr somethiim to his Inlerest l.y com
M twllilf wis ' llhl ' ;sl! * CA "TLlt, Attorneys,
INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Sheehan
— 1 u hh;K I;., imrn at 338 East 47th St., citv'
left home, 73o East 113d St., in 1892, for Denver
Col.; last heard from him in April, 1892 from
Denver; was going to Stockton, Cal.; father ai d
mother dead; come home to John. Seud anv in
formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN 735 EaJt i rut
St. Western pai*er» please coiy, 1 1,ud
Z
JOSEPH■ BAYLESS, short, brunette, worked
Carteret, N. J., (Colwell's iron works), left 1895
sorrowing wife appreciate knowing h fate liy!
ing dead. BAYLESS 441 West 19th.
WANTED—POSITION AS INSTRUO.
tor m private family l.v a vouiik ladFnf flm,
morals anti spiritual Irafnlnk and excrtLt cdu"
nt ion, ami a former srh.»,l t?ach"r <7f reflation
Salary wanted U small. Address this ofllce.
WANTED - THREE OR FOUR
Siw S fur ght hoUBekee I | lt>K. Adress H. C., Sun
on
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