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TUp gvK SUN> i"8
A " would
Clement H. Oongdon, Sole Owner.
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Friday, June 3, 1898.
Schley's squadron is the stronger and
Cervera's the faster; but of what account
is speed in a battle ?
Admiral Cekvera is an able man in
his line, but if he will quietly give up
his ships without trouble, so that they
service will not be demanded.
be added to the American Navy, his
The Emperor William is reputed to be
amused at the United .States' style of
fighting. Well, let Billy smile. He
dare do nothing more, or Grandmother
Victoria will spank him. She's our
When Captain Sigsbee of the scout j
boat St. Paul, sighted a part of the
Spanish fleet at Santiago, and realized
that the boats were at the mercy of the
American Navy, he doubtless
bered the Maine."
The United States troops have not
had an opportunity to tight yet, and
there is some complaint on that account;
but the Spanish troops in Cuba have not
been lighting either. Their business on
the island is to put down the rebellion j
against Spain, and so far this country j
lias done nothing to interrupt that affair.
M hy doesn't Spain go on and lick the j
Not a vessel in the United States Navy j
has been lost, or even seriously damaged,
and the casualties, since the treacherous j
blowing up of the Maine, have been few.
The Spanish fleet is helpless, and the
United States Government has the choice out
of attacking it with a superior force, or
cutting it off so that it must ultimately
yield. Altogether, things have been go
ing verv well, ami it would seem to he j
the part of patriotic politeness on the ,
1 . 1 1 .
part of the newspaper paragraphers to
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give the Strategy Board a season of well
1 about IS the
preparing of an enrollment of all the
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school children m the l mted Mate.-, |
numbering some twenty millions, to be
One of the things talki
placed in a vault under the monument t
be erected in Albany in
niorv of t he
There i-* a
Failure killetl on the Maine.
bigness about the idea that commends it.
The accompanying inscription that pre
sumably will find a place ":i the monu
ment will thrill young t
in all the years to come. It is a signifi
cant reflection that
these 20,000,000 j
American scliunl children far outinunbor da
, , , . . . .
the whole population ot spam.
1 1 1
The disposition t < 'br »y cm a t' ' e ve ry 11»i n g
French is one of the signs of the times.
Clubs of patriotic Southern women are
forming, whose members pledge them
selves not to buy or use French goods,
and similar measures are noted, such as
the relinquishment of club measures for
visiting the Paris Exposition and peti- '
tioiw to Congress not to ni.pnji.nuto t...
the big show the money usually voted
foT such, purposes, ^lore may come of
of. all this than
for the exposition, its prospects just now
are gloomy enough. America is
onlv country to feel a very lukewarm in - 1
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teivst m it.
,t the i
(II I- Saniutgo do t uba t.iotlRrmi'inetiT
registers ono hundred anu ten degrees in ,
the shade, and the heat inside the steel
turrets is said to he beyond coniprelien
on the suffering must lie extraordinary, |
indeed, without regard to the dangers of;
to take note of such things frequently, 1
This L, of course, when the ships 1
When a fight is going
are not in action.
It i.j well for Americans at home
so that thev may comprehend and appro
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ciate the sacuficcs of those who ha c
gone to the front for the country, and do !
all in their power to support the Govern-1
ment in wise and patriotic measures to 1
to a victorious close.
prosecute the wa
hr would be the grandest achievement
f tlie war, past or prospective, t
turc without a serious fight the Spanish
fleet now in the harbor of Santiago de
Cuba. It would be better thanacrash
i"8 v i° t,,ryin ah open sea flgllt '
would save the lives of sailors
soldiery, ami would bring restitution to
tiie United States in a splended addition
The loss of Cervera's fleet
to our navy,
would break Spain's baek in the present
war. It would make lier further fight
ing a useless shedding of blood, anil an
obstinate offense to civilization. It
would call for the interference of
European nations on common humani
tarian gounds as well as upon business
merce alone would be sufficient reason ti i
give notice to Spain that she had done
enough to vindicate her "honor."
world has not progressed far enough to
render war unavoidable; but when it be
comes unnecessary and wanton, decency
The interdiction of coni
By an official report from the Ad
jutant-General's office it is announced
that 112,000 men have been mustered
into the ranks of the volunteer army of
the United States under the President's
call for troops, issued less than one
month ago. It is now in order for foreign
critics, like the St. James' Gazette of
London, and the Saturday Review of
the same city, to retract and apologize
for their false statements to the effect
that the President's call was not meet
ing with any noticeable response, and
that the attempt to secure the services
of volunteers for the war was merely
resulting in a practical demonstration
of the hopeless weakness of the Ameri
can Government as a war-making Power.
These commentators can either take back
their false statements and baseless
assumption or stand before the world
self-branded in a position that no mem
ber of the English-speaking race ever
occupies without incurring universal
]». S. Blew, of Bridgeton, was in this
j Clarence Raymond, of Smyrna, was a
j Wilmington visitor on Wednesday.
Miss Lucy Iltiey, of Philadelphia, has
been visiting friends in this city.
Tan shoe and tics are out in entirely
Congressman L. Irving Handy was in
' this city yesterday.
Miss Bessie Hawkins is the guest of
friends at Coatesville.
A large flag was tiling to the breeze
Wednesday, from school No. 23.
A candidate for assessor in the Second
'Histrict is John Russell,
The mouth of roses is with us and
1 June brides are
Miss Martha She ward of this city, is
visiting friends at Coatesville.
j 'phe fountain at Delaware avenue and
West street has been broken.
Frank Campiglia's lease on the Dijon
j Jlieatro , ex l m ' e(1 '
I. X. Mills, of Clayton, was
mington visitor yesterday.
Herman E. Frist has returned from
out for a short time on Wednesday.
Detective MeVev is improving and was
K. A. Uusden, of Hartford,Conn.,regis
tered at the Clayton House yesterday.
Mrs. lohn 1L. Nicholson, of Dover, has
j beel ' vi#itlll « " iullda iu tlM8
, Miss Al.ee Spruanee, ol Smyrna, luts
been the guest of inend.s in tins city.
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The swimming pool recently built in
i!l;llu lvw ine Park) will he opened to the
public on Monday.
E. Frank Sharpley, who went to New
i York to spend Decoration Day, lias
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Mr. and Mrs. William fan guy, \vh
| iavt . ij^en visit.ing iriends at (.'fjatesville,
have returned lx
M. ('. lkuduey has returned from
vent to spend
i .mnping ui l'liinemy, i'u..
Ims returned homo lifter a pieu&iut visit
to ffiendii m tliis vitv.
a W<voratiou Day.
Allnver emliruidered batiste is beanti
fu! for the butliee portion of clitunbray
I lei Ilia
j Walter Frederick was airested venter
da - v Hy j.liioer William Ward for score!,
mg on Delawate avenue,
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( iiarmmg white lawn ascot lies are at
tached to white and colored stocks of
The school pupils and many others
are planning where they shall spee.d the
summer vaunt ion.
Id and pleasing garniture fir
summer gov\ us is f<irmed of trills of chil
li ussian lace.
Mrs. John llerdman, of Walnut street,
entertained Miss Kane at the Clavton
House, on Wednesday evening.
t... nmrk . H W. baopnrel.a..
the property of the late Francis ii.
of Bayard, No. H 02 Tat mill street,
Mrs. W J, Bockus and children, of
Newark, spent yesterday as the guest oi
- 1 Hamburg insertion is a charming gar
, mtiire on gingham frocks for Uie null
i relatives in this citv.
; J.Jigincvr Mclntvre, of the* J'l dural
btiiuinig. lias U-gini tvD.iinng the Ij.nlere
in , and luriiuees at tlie building.
Supreme Deputy Mrs. Jinnie F. liar
kins, of I., r. V. A., has instituted ,a
i braiieli of that order in Chester,
A eoniract fur a deck lighter forl'eoples
Brothers of l'liiluduiplna, lias been re
| ce j v ,.,[ ;, v .faoksun ,V Sharp Co.
of; The switches anil paving
and .Market streets are being repaired by
■II 1,1 rill. \V i till i 11/1. HI i iiv I'. 1,1
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I Mcmbera ot the congregation ol West
c p reHb) . tc . rillll Umwll "have presented
do ! beautiful flag to the pastor, the liev. A.
to 1 A strawberry festival was given by the
! Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity, I\ K.
j Church in the chapel, Adams and Hass
On Sunday evening the summer ar
pP'I ratigemciits fur service al St. Andrew's
Church will go into effect, the twilight
de [service beginning at 0.45 o'clock.
The tuacndem street pavement which
is being put down on Twelfth street be
tween Jefferson and Market streets, ie
George Gaynor, aged 4 years, of Xo.
328 ('Impel street, was recently li't by a
stone while at. play, from the effects of
which he is now in a serious condition.
The Rev. \V. L. S. Murray, D. I)., on
Wednesday, united in marriage Miss
Viola A. Myers and Gary G. Keller, of
Philadelphia, at St Paul's 31. K. Church.
Miss Alice jtpour was tendered a very
pleasant surprise party in honor of her
birthday, on Wednesday evening, at her
home Gilpin avenue and Harrison
The fifth anniversary of Rev. William
F. Lewis' installation as pastor of Rod
ney street Presbyterian Church was cele
brated on Wednesday night by members
of the congregation.
A strawberry festival will be given
next Tuesday evening at the W. ('. T. I',
headquarters, No. 100 West Eighth
street. The proceeds are for the benefit
of the soldier boys at Camp Tunnell.
I'urn mens' and Finance.
Demand for Flour was of a hand-to
mouth character, and prices were again
reduced Ilk" 25c. per baric!, at a result of
the continued downward movement in
wheat. Spot Bran was in moderate but
pie supply at former rates. No. 1
1 choice Hay was firm, with the lim
ipts closely sold up. Straw was
quiet and unchanged, with moderate
offerings. Refined Sugars were quiet but
steadily held. Provisions were in fair
jobbing demand on a basis of quota
tions. Wheat was depressed by lower
cables and fine crop outlook, which in
fluenced general speculative pressure to
sell, and prices declined 5c. per bushel.
Corn options were firm, under stronger
Western advices, but the call showed no
important change from last evening's)
rates. Cables were lower and exporters' ;
orders were considerably below a work
able basis. Local ear lots were quiet and j
declined lc. Oats in ear lots were steady, I
ited re col
with moderate hot ample offerings.
Cotton declined 1-lGe. per pound.
Receipts at Philadelphia:—Wheat, (!,
021); Corn, '291,700: Oats, 18,149.
Shipments at Philadelphia:—Wheat,
3,912; Corn, 53,828; Oats, 14,915.
Butler and Eggs.
The following are the official whole
sale prices recorded yesterday at the
Philadelphia Rutter and Egg Board:
Solid Packed Hu tier.
Separator Creamery, extra..17
j Imitation Creamery, extra.i
1 Ladle-packed, extra.
,.I. 0 ,
] ureamcry, extra.
Pennsylvania and near by.1
j Western, strictly fresh.12
i l'utter firm; Kggs firm.
. 10 }
mon ds. They need them.
| W urn out men with throbbing brains
in I . , . . , . ...
" ml achln « nml 1!lllck 1,,a,nonds '
! One of these tiny discs taken after each
Weary, wretched women wake up
. wonderfully when they take Black Dia
meal will work wonders. They strength
; en the heart; nourish the brain; build up
i the body and bring health and happiness
to the women and men who use them,
j Black Diamonds bring vim, vigor and
irilitv to men and
If you "feel bad all over" take Black
'1 h c Black Diamond, Companv.
407 AVENUS C.
SAN ANTONIO, TEX.
mis. Tlio price is only 25 cents'.
\ j0rYou can buy tliem only of tlit-1
w ,|e owners.
list of tin
10 cts.; very curious, been haiuleil down
for generations, only by chance they
acme in my possession.
No Tax on Peddlers
; You ought to have the latest de-!
ii. cisiouR on this point. Send one dime
and get them all. THE SUN, Han
of i dolph building, Philadelphia, Pa.
ISEASE P R E V E N T E D
Men wlto observe this sim
| pie precaution are absolutely
sa f e against venereal infection,
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LU a l , l >,lance; no medicine; no
,a fake. It never fails. Sent any
i where tor One Dune. Address,
j The Quaker City Institute,
by w „. v. . n r , , n "ith any tun
1,1 noituna IO JLJO u rS |.;i B «
I ntri'-iils. The E^rlastlng Water Filter l a ts
hflcmdlke-agent, say SO. .I territory still
| ''pen- "ritu mtrs., Aliunlmmi Noveliy t o.. Mon
a Mi, h '
Hie stage paying
*2'>.00 weekly. Send 10c.
and addressed stamped
envelope, S. II. Lingerman, 70"» N. 5th
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
nnnn APT I,(,r th0 sl »ge paying
UUUU nil I weekly. Semi 10 c. and addres
sed stamped envelope, S. 11. Lingern, 705 N, 5th
1 Bt., I'liiludelphitt, Pa.
The masses will have what
they want, cost what it may.
High-priced medicines have had
their day and the poor and af
flicted may now enjoy the bene
fits of.carefully prepared, pure
remedies at practically nominal
prices. The physicians con
nected with Louisiana Specific
Laboratory hav^ prepared a num
ber of standard cures which are
offered to the public at the lowest
prices convenient with pure
be b jught of druggists. By send
ing your orders direct to the
Louisiana Specific Laboratory,
Lake Charles, Louisiana, you
are sure to receive pure, fresh
drugs properly compounded and
In ordering the following
standard cures please give the
number of the remedy nedeed.
If taken in time one supply^will
effect a permanent cure.
4 Dyspepsia, H e a r t b U r n ,
; Stomach Pains,
f , ,
j 5 Diseases ol the hear.,
I 6 Hoarseness from colds,
7 Constipation, chronic or
8 Rheumatism or Rhett
TAKE THEM IN TIE
Nrine of Cure.
2 Fevers, Congestion, Inflam
3 Coughs,Colds, Bronchitis. 12c
9 Catarih, cold in the head,
11 General Debility.
12 Nerve Diseases, requiring
Tonies and Stimulants. i8ci
13 Worms, fever caused by
14 Neuralgia, Neuralgic
l kjc j
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16 Diarrhoea—Dysentery. ioc
1 17 Female complaints (fully
state your case).
; 18 Male complaints (fully state
19 Scrofula, Blotches or Pim
20 Kidney Diseases.
2 r Sore or Weak Eyes.
| 22 Dropsy.
;23 Ulcerated or Sore Throat. 12c
24 Piles, Blind, Bleeding or
j 23 Croup fSST'Use this and
call in a doctor instantly. 20c
— 126 Gonorrhoea, three-day
I 27 Eczema.
29 La Grippe, Influenza.
30 Hay Fever.
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MS THEM IN TIME
Address all orders and communi
cations to the'*
LOUISIANA SPECIFIC LABORATORY.
Lake Chailes. Louisiana.
■an photograph anything. Instantaiu'ous!
I ;i,^;.tT,Sg;' ^ liifflnS: :
Anyone with ttis vinntTa'i'im sunn team the nrt!
It will be
! pared pl«it» :• only 2 ', cents per dozen. Lots <»f fun
fur 2 cents. By mail 5 * 1 . 00 .
sir iwivi's wiitti!
Craig's Common School Question
Book "ill, .iiirettmis nml anmvers. By,
"PROS- AND CONS . J1 an outline of de -1
the public questions of the day. Send
s. By mail,. 1 . In.
"THK SCIENCE OF FINANCE." Do you
i«i>l vourself <n bimetallism, banking, '
rs? Bv mail 35c. These t*ooks urj I
production. Addrew, I
device for turning
iy simple. No springs.
•lit. pertoot e
l only ?1.50 by mail. Here is a
•haiiee for agents.' Reineinher. it is
territory and my own price.
for Pros, and ('
i Postal Savi
A. H. CRAIG. Muk vonago, Wis.
•IW. Bnolose 4c. Ill stamps lor particu
lars, catalogue, etc. Address,
Metropolitan Importing Co-, I
Metropolitan, Queens Co., N. Y. ;
EARN TELEGRAPHY. First
class operators are in constant
demand. Salaries from $40 to $100
a month. You can secure a chart
giving all necessary information and
; correct alphabet for 10 cts. Address
tun the Now Jersey School of Telegraphy,
« I 2 *. . T , / C>1 •"
ts I River and Litton StB., WlldeS-Barre,
still- p a
M W O'
rrwark or corm rritrr its.
| The only wale and alw ays rrtlalile Relief
I for Ladies. Accept no worthless and dan
' gei'ons imitations. Pave money and guard
hnaltli liy taking nothing Lnl tin* oDlygeim
im* and original Wilcox ( onipound lansy
Pills, in metal boxes iiearing sldeld tiado
mark, pri.re f2.no, al I druggists. Pend 4 cts.
T" for Woman's Safe Guard securely tnailuu.
wiM ox Ni'Kiinc r«., w .
928 Nuuth riKlitb Slice*, Pa,
Situation or help advertise
ments in THE SUN will he run
for 25 cents until either have
been secured and ordered out.
B OY—17 years of age. wishes position in store.
Address *'F, Sun Offlee.
WANTED—Would like to purchase a pood
second-handed breech loading shot gun. Give
price and full particulars.
WANTED.—Experienced shoe-maker. Address
or call at 707 Church street.
WANTED—At Shirt Factory, Fifth and Fieneh
streets, Operators and Experienced Cuff Turners.
W ANTED—A man of ability to represent a
firm of high standing; must have small
capital for goods carried. VV. H. Kelley man
ager, Gibson House.
ANTEI>—Situation for coachman \r house
work in private family. Address 807 Tat*
W ANTfcD—SO boys to sell the Sunday edi
tion of The Son. Blgitest sale on record
last Sunday. More Profit. Apply lOt East Sixth
WANTED—John Jackson, frrmerly a Butcher
in Great Hampton Row, Birmingnam, England,
who many yeaft 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),
Shakes pear Villa, Hparkhi \ Birmingham, or
THURSFIELD & MESSITER Solicitors, Wednei
WANTED-A PRESS FEEDER FOR
small jobbers and cylinder press. .Apply 103 K.
Hixth street. None but experienced feeder need
WANTED—By an experienced man, position
s press-feeder. Address "D" SUN OFFICE.*
WANTED:—Position wanted by indus
trious young man, willing to do any
thing for a legitimate living. Address
12 !Sim Office.
WANTED—Four business girls to work in this
city. Can make from 82.so to S1.00 a day. Apply
between Sand 11 u. m„ today at No. 1117 East
W ANTED.-A white girl for general house
work. must be tidy and experienced. Apply ;
at No. 621 Van Buren street.
\\r A NTED—A half-grown white girl for house ;
VV work. State wages. Address P. O. Box
W ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell
private books for women. 613 King street, j
8 a. m. or 6p.™ 1 r
W ANTED.-GENKRAL AGENTS FOR A
new household article just out; sells at j
every house, call at Lafayette Hotel, 508 Mar*
ket street. JOHN I). WILEHER. !
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7"ANTED-Women to sell Brassine. Liberal i
contract. A sale at every door. Brassine
Manufacturing Company, .>1 North River street, 1
WANTKlt—by a young lady, position as
8. a. g this office.
TWO COMM I'M CATIXt
for lodging, or suitable for offlees for doctor
dentist. 422 Market street.
or U. h. p. electric motor; j
•ondition, at a low price,
'ii in Dela- !
•e. Legitimate, paving ) isiness, with
ponsihlc concern. Apply at owe, Box 8, 1
Philadelphia Pa. !
WANTED -To buy a '
must be in first class
G. F. Rib!
SALE—A Ii 1st clu>8
212 West ' Fourth i
1*1! 1 NT 1000 3 x 5circular; |
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you o00;mail balance With I
ours and insert same copy
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you give us your word that you'll mail 10 !
, * i . i . •
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Twelfth Street, Athens. Texas.
Send 2c. I
If you want lost
letters, offers, etc.
stamp for name in Deference Guide!
Westbrook, Me ;
Lie whereabouts of James Hardy, of
Donegal, Ireland ho left home in 181H
for Australia; an> information will he
gratefully received by his sister, Kate
M a - rd> ; 1208 L " obst Snvd ' 1>l,ilade| -
6ooo men wanted to fill Gov't.
Service vacancies this year. Only
r>cviniiinti cplinnl pflnethoii itPPflpH
COllllllOIl SCIlOOl eulicauon IKCCKU
or most places. $6000 to $ 2 ,^ 00 ;
r , . ti -•
falarles ' P at f. s alld locations
next examinations and valuable
»j 1 1(kvniQ 1 1 on cpnt |*P L F vyit VP
-IllOlinailOIl Stui I ixl-vl v Oil 1C
niip-jt POTOMAC CIVIL SER
a^a nc"ttv iy )*. t»
V ILb ALA UiAA1 Y , IJCp t 15,
' xx 7 0 ,. 1 , n P
I WRSll, U. C..
Young Men sSI
ra jj ro< a(i. If so, F can help you. Age
must be between 17-] and 344.* Enclose
i ic . f„r tormfi, pnstage, otc. Address,
James L Wilson,
Dept. Street, Maiden, N. C.
TTllI' following i>
1 wist ill
down east hustler.
Mr. i,ord was formerly located in Philadelphia
> tiie agency business from A to 7.
are interested in agency work will
•respond with Mr.
dear fiueud: < c.mhuii.am) Mii.lh, me.
-'y"l"'" ntri'iioy ofTvr?
l inun nil iivint m jimi- lnrality
s„!.i,rv„r eiininiissi.ili. 1 will give yon aSt.'id.i,,
Inw a rnraith U rau ar^ V ° U d ° n0t 1!lear
si ai a month. It }oil are
•lose 2 U
1 ■ 1 *t■ Ira eraver mailing exin*n>e, for full i-artieu
! Uirs. eonmiet and two samples, the regular price
• oI the
Mayor, Postmaster, KxprcssAgcnl.
hoosra. Ii we do not hear irom you at once, 1 shall
; not bold the ]x>sition opt*n to you.
EDWIN B. LORD.
FALSE MUSTACHE of everything un
' the sun, for 5 contf, for postage, etc.
WANTED— Energetic went*, cither «ex. Char*
ucter must bear utricteut investigation. Addreaa
KNIGHT— Information wanted ol children ot
Mrs. Jam* Knight, formerly residing
Address WALTER COLLINS. 343
street, Jersey City, N. J.
MRS. ADP1K GRAM BRUHIL—New* of impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J„
376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted.-Daniel K. Daven
port, formerly of John E. Go wen and Co., con
tractors, or nis heirs, will please communicate
with WILLIAM Z. McKINLEY, 189 Herald,
Downtown, New York.
FUERHTNER, ROBERT— if Robert Fuerstner
son of Zacharias L. Fuerstner, will communicate
with l'lut/ck, Ml rook and Herzog. 320 Broadway,
New York city, he will hear of something to bit
IF Michael C. Walls, born In Ballintra, county
Donegal, Ireland, now alxnit 4uyears of age, sup
potted to lie about New York, would communi
cate witli bis cousin Michael Flood, RogsviNe
street. London berry, Ireland, he would hear
something to his advantage.
INFORMATION wanted of Rosanna
Reilly, (domestic.) Piease send addreSB
to 00 Convent avenue. New York city.
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer,
Wood borough, Notts. England, and Montreal,
Canada, will apply to H. O. H., 702 Lafayette av.,
he will lie gladly received. Cuban papers please
FLORENCE O'BRJEN—Kindly write GEO.
BUCKLEY. 190 West Broadway, New York citv.
INFORMATION wanted of Clare Duval by hia
lister. J. DUVAL. 151 West 53rd.
New York City.
If Theodore Hummel, ol EntJgen, Oberampt
Horb, Wiirtemberg, who left his borne in Moess
ingen in February, 1890, will communicate with
Post Offlee box 183, New York, he will hear
of something to his advantage. Information in
regard to him will be thankfully received.
Western pai*ers please copy.
ANY information from Dontery Margaret Knud
aen Flliidt. wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Flindt
would gladly be received. Please address 110
3d avenue, N. .Y.
INFORMATION wanted of tiie whereabouts ol
John Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad
dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8 th st.. Read
IF Frederick II. Deciie will Bend htB address to
the undersigned, lie will hear something to tits
advantage. GERMANY, 21S Uetald, 21td St., New
HOWARDS. HUDSON, formerly of Brooklyn,
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157 Her
ald Downtown, New York City.
Henry S. Gray, of Toronto, last heard of in sum
1893, wlien a bookkeejier with Himonds
Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at Ed
wards' Hotel, Grecnpoint. Address CARTER,
HUGHES A: DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York
HENRY 8. GUAY.—Information wanted about
Aivensieben, late of Fifth
Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st.. mid 5th ave.,
New York!—You ore particularly requested to
communicate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, 20
Bucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing
the address ami communicating the same will be
TO the Baron V
INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne,
ied John Burke in North America 50 years; lived
ast 11 % Bowery street, New York.
LI DWIG LANDSIIUT will learu of something
to his advantage by calling room 602, 93 Nassau
«reet. New York citv.
INFORMATION is wanted
f Maria Thcis, i
.s to tiie where*
ife of Charles Theis or
E. W. SPANGLER
rrI/>v . , .. ...
INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew
(Jhriaiie, last heard of Decemlfcr 9; willbethank
fully rc<ei\ed by his Brother, DAVID, box 485,
White Plains N. Y.
INHiUM ATIon wanted of Lillian De Muro
iiiil In irs fir Hank and John De Muro. Address
exkci toh, jjc West l:mth st„ New York city,
Syracuse and Trov. l'ai»ers please copy.
NANCY CARL AN—Came irom Blrmlngbam,
Engliiiul. in 1872; entitled to property; liU'ral re
ward for prtNif of death. Address GEO. A
3MYTHE. Counsellor at Law, 110 Ames Building,
SHOULD this meet the eye ol any of the rela
tiveh of Catherine or Benjamin Hough, formerly
")f stoekiKHt, England, MR. FREDERICK
BEARD will lie pleased to see or hear from them.
\ddres.s British Steamship Energia, Market st.
wharf New York.
DANIEL MI LLIGAN or Cornelius Carlan, dis
charged from ( «>. II, 9th U. s. infantry, March 18,
1881. at JcfU'ison Batracks, Mo.; entitled to prop
erty; liberal reward for proof of death. Address
GEO. A. SMYTHK, Cnunselloi ut Law, IluAmes
Building, Boston, Mass.
JOSEPH IIUNNIS—A native of Russia, known
here as Joseph Ennis, is required 'to com muni*
cate with his brother, Major F. Hunnis, St.
Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General of
Russia. 24 State street. New York.
\AANILI) Robert Bruce Davidson, a son of
the J H(C i> ftV jd Davidson, Writer, Coupar, Angus
ieotland.oranyof his children, Address DAVID
DUNCAN SON. Solicitors, Dundee, Scotland,
INFORMATION wanted ol tho dmceuduitiol
Henr> Caldwell O Neil, who, iu 184o (it is be
lieved) resided at 37 Centre street, and also of
the deseendents of Alexander McClure, who, In
1895 resided at 134 Henry street. Ijoth of whom
owned or had some interest in premises Nos. 90,
92. 94, and 96 MillIterry street, in the city of New
York. FREDERICk BELTZ, Counsellor at Law,
111 Broadway. New York citv.
MAGGIE HARRIS—Information wanted of
whereabouts of Maggie Harris, who was employ
ed in May, 1897 at 119 West 70th St. Mease com
municate with COLE tk POTTER, 63 Wall street,
IF John Martin, who left the English navy
*hip Belleroplioii aliout 30 years ago, is still liv
Ing, his mother. Jane Martin (nee BranseU),
would like to hear from him. Communicate toy
letter with L. A., 161 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, New
EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wis., Inst
heard from in New York, employed in a restau
rant, will hear something to his interest by
municutiug with REESE CARTER, Attorneys,
INFORMATION wanted of Cornell ns Sheehan,
son of Patrick F., born at 338 East 47th St., city;
left home, 735 East 143d St., ill 1892. for Denver,
Col.; last heat'd from him in April, 1892, from
Denver; was going to Stockton, Cal.; father and
mother dead; coine home to John. Send any in
formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 73o East 143d
St. Western papers please copy,
JOSEPH BAYLESS, short, brunette, worked
Carteret, N. J., (Colwell's iron works!, left 1895.
sorrowing wife appreciate knowing his fate, liv
ing dead. BAYLESS 441 West 19th.
WANTKD— POSITION AS' INSTKUC
tor in private family by a young lady of tine
morals and spiritual training and excellent edu
cation, and a former school teacher of reputation.
Salary wanted is small. Address this office.
WA NTED - TI I REE O K FOUR
rooms for light housekeeping. Adress ill, C., Bun
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