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WILMISGTOS, DEU
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liOXG DISTANCE TELEPHONE156*
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Buiaess Office anil Editorial
n „ ..
ROOIHS. No. 103 East hixth ht.
, ,
leehuieal Department. No. 103 .,,
East SlXth St.
„ v
Philadelphia Office Room 3. No.
F
411 Wllial Street
nil namill .Yireei.
THE i* published every day in
the vear and U distributed throughout
the Chyol Wilmington and the Mateo
Delaware by autbonzea agentg. >'is>
acrijni* n» should be sent to the pubuca
Hon office by iiiaii or telephone. , V
in plenty m the Philippines u tr,e g*** *
out there to hunt for it. but there is still'had
ale'ieft>i3t-he could discover enough
t her wirvee much rawrr-r home if
t hr pir,y. in . ■
ahe was v> dis>rsed. This is a bad tune
to
eept tbe nionx and Aj<aehe Indians who
have offered to take the tieid in Cuba c.
.,
THE agfe SUN
Mmta t tl *t the Wilaiin*ton Po*t Office
a* Second Claw MaUter.
DELMAKVIA TELEPHONE 124
Saturday. .luue 1H. 1898.
Good momi
DorirrLErt- < rcrmany will find trouble
to
f meddling with Ameri
can ufjbun iri that jan of the workL
Id be monstro
Or coui ~- it w*
to ac
again-/ the '•[/aniardi*. This country can- .
not afford to run tire n-k of having it*
tnjfti* commit such outrages upon the
dead as the Spaniards bavd perpetrated
upf-n the American s* 4dierg w ho fell at
Guantanamo.
Ritr.M l" n has conferred an honorary
d<^r.s
people of America
in Admiral Dewey.
an
»n the hero of Manila, but the .
*1 continue to call v
I)oubtlci*
Dr. f»ewey is all right in his way, but it
wa- Skipper I**wey who paced the
v.
tail
p 1 '
bridge of the Oiyrnpia in the harbor '•!
Manila • n that »unny fir-t of May, and
no ornatnental friilH can conceal his
identity.
Thl useie^sness of the Cadiz squadron
having been den joust rated to the satis
faction of the Spanish Ministry, the
latter have been industri
up a popular fear that the* Cnited States e
will assail the peninsti
pnrpi-e of this oui-at
coum*.
Camara's .-i»ips to eiscaije denunciation
and furnish an excuse for keeping them
at or near Cadiz. It i* a pitiful subter
fuge.
:
-*rki!ig c
The
cos
lal effort, of
merely to enable Admira'.
-f
-tiough. European finan
f ,r a .-lice of the Ameri
i«sue, but unfortunately
he none to spare.
N.mi. 1: u.i.v
tier- are eager
can war bond
for thei
Their confidence iri the new securitie
ve-y flattering and will be duly appreci
atisl, but the fact is that our own folks
*
toerc wii
i*
have arranged to provide Dr tnis .ran
from their own means. If events should
require another -ale of bonds, which the
people of this country could not conven- 1
iently carry, our friends across the
will undoubtedly get a chance at them.
But as vet the 1 lovernruent is not is
any for the export trade.
-a
the material interests o' Manitoba
tl,rough the mg fairs held under its aus
pices. The eighth of these will be opened
at Winneisg on Jnlv !! and while it is
. ' l i- t
to continue but one week, i n.toa Mate
Consul Draharn declares that n , more
promising '•ppoftumty exists It tlie
mannfacturent of thi- country to intro
,
st-the favorable notice
— l!;( -
>ng
Tiif WinneitPR Indugtrial KxfMgition
Agg^tciation has d<*ne much to advance
duce t!i<-ir g'
of tl,e people of Canada's northwestern
province. There certainly is in Manitoba
an undeveloped market worthy of Van
kee cultivation: and the invitation to
fit wanting.
enter it is
Tills city is blessed wit!,
finest j.arks ir, the county.
Btreet Park,
Brandywine Park, are all a credit to the
citv and to the Park Commissioners.
The pleasure that would U, had by the
citizens of Wilmington if free concerts
were given in each of these parks at least
one evening a week w ith a sacred con
cert on Sundays, cannot be denied,
larger cities the
proven a source
public and correspondingly pleased the
promoters of tin- idea, sacted concerts
on Sunday afternoon and evening
Eighth
Tentv .-treet I'aik and
w011,1
afford an opportunity for a great number
of people to hear good music who other
We have in this citv a
sacred concerts iiave
of enjoyment to the
J:
number of tajople who work hard dunng
.he dav and when evenina come, are too
the day and w her cumi g comes are too
tired to go out, while if free music was
offered them on Sundays it would give a
treat which they would appreciate. In
large cities this idea is favored by some '
of the leading members of the churches ,
and it is believed ihs in the even,
would reu.iv e the nurai ana nnanciai
support of a great many well thinking
people.
1
wine would not.
, ....p«-'~
^
cbaffWi in iht indictment with mifffip
phiikg I!.*- fnnd#T'
"So sir/'
-nien the hMk U« !fl^ r
'Ye*.' u L . ,
' «*• 't» *»»* *7:r f :
any part of the ana •—;/
t»uod« rvpre-eutel by Th<.<cnas -- Clark
..v , ,ii , . tlw-tn "
WoTtWM- i-r «•!
n
.. .. e
.. T yl\ v.rr i»«w*-i'.rj a.- a dft*
.,, J
"Yf-sir"
"Y-*r attorney ld» tMifr-d Ih-'n-a* *
Clark
-y-. «r/' ,
••!!*«■ TOO made 1ST ewder.^or to ool
.--t ti er - *n a Mr VaridwTitt.' •
V t •
• r -
"Have Ton been •'.j;
- W.- live n t. . i
.j.,hn M .at. t nuer cashier *.f
,|« r« Natl- nal Bank, wa* wcrilrf by
yjr. Yandegrift.
*-\.-c^-hier <A bank in W.*i did
V oa or any -i the beard know that
fund* wer*- b*ing Wt t*» Tboma? >.
Clark r '
A,i. -ir."
i<id V »u kr,.r that this was g :ng
on''"
V,
■ Dda.i' .nec.ser
■ that I know of."
Wooid you have permuted Thomas
* Clark to have overdrawn bis account*
von known it T'
So."
l! Wii - vn " t ! ... ... , ■
Tfie oojection • : Mr. l«gr- t"
n<iestion was sustained by tbe court.
"Was it onace* ont of an v personal feel
in® or mi-understanding with Mr. Ciark
trial v-'U would n it h* e pennittcl hi...
to overdraw his accur.t,an<l why not r
Mr. Bigg 1 objected and was su-taiced
bytliec. ;rt. r.-.t r.-t bef-re Mr. \ ande
c. ■ that he did n-t know
wbat tile *< jveniment would do in case
., »a- 'limited to oertatn testimony,
•lodge Bradford replied by -aying he
r.d liie role for the sake
f|« ID MMS
.
c-uid n t go :
-iiimv-nt.
■ - ud It ra I*
!' r ,u ^;
l.t be reconsK^rcd
1
: .nciiisi'
Ctl'J
n u
that the f \m-<
iater in the tr
Mr. Ba-.em;
[!' U
. ■i.-ias H. Clark kepi
■ Firs: Naiif.nal Bank
ti.e iligi.t ■ i William
an, r;
ilb til
an accouiii
.
v
"Ve
•ri'*r
v. j; *
waT
did i*
be object: >n of
"H
rx-3
"A^» it '■'-a
Mr. Bateman, did you c
..ftener. dire.-ft that Thomas S.Ciark close*
hisaccoum with the bank/"
T ite con rt #urtai ntsl t
Mr. Bigg- to the question.
Ezekiel Copper wa- recalled to the
stand by Mr. Vandegrift.
"Have you tlie Farmers* check bo*»k
here of fJctoter 1'
d j-ee whether * r not
r n t, once or
e
item.
••f'krtobfcr 31. Tii->mas '
07. If rYtTimt"
17.
tie
t
la r me
:
-t
ri
c j
>. C ark. i<
i >->«0 v>i Ti
* > n the Fir-t Nationai Bank.
1*
-It is here.'*
•'Was the itt
•fij return*
"No
•r 3!. D-*:;. t«> Hie >'!
Tun
Clark,
-f 275."
"Was it paid or n turnc
Paid."
"November 37 . 1
for sc
November 17. ]-'5. Thom
"Was it returned or paid?"
"Paid."
"Bee-ember 5. $200."
Is-ce'nityr 5. s2'«'. Thomas s. Clark.'
■ Was it paid?"
"I'aid."
"IreeeiTiber 12. *11*7.15
"Ixembrr 12. Thoma
- Clark, item
1
ri''7.15.
"Was it paid?"
■ Paid."
The other checks of Thomas
whici, were paid, follows: June
{f)3u; July 5. f-Vu February 12, 1
and November '/I. ?150.
"This check that you say was paid
February 12. Jcould you tell the
number or date'.'" asked Mr. Biggs.
•No."
*•< >r the payee?''
Z', can sav is that these checks
a ,„] that's all v„u know?"
"Ye*, with the exception of tbe check
of November :v>. I >!«;."
"WJiv thiff check?"
**lt waf* paid over the counter."
rashier Morris, of the Earmera' Bank.
was re.-al!ed and corroborated figures of
Mr. ('ooper by letter?, after which the
hrH-.ke and letter^ were admitted in evi
a .,d leturs wen. admitted in cm
The oonrt tlien diwbarged the jurv
until Mondav morning at 10 o'clock,
.nversS^iur^^nliSreK
S: «ri.i them. r
iJurina the ditv 1 nite<i States Senator
- K
were m \\ i!nungt<»n but did not vim the
Clark,
.. l-'q.
«;, Wo,
again
Cl
court room.
ltdustrial Xotw.
JackMjn A Sharjj Coiupany iiave two
lar^«* bargee on the
nearly completed and
about Julv 10th.
ays which aie
ifl he launched
Pusev iN Jones Comjiany are busy in
ihe machine shops, having several orders
on hand for paper machinery. It is
thouglit that tl,e men will have to work
at night after July 1st to complete the
a wdsrs.
The car pimps of the Jackson dt Soarp
Company are busy, having received
orders fur a large number of electric cars
fo / li '" ! '" nlh - They ship on an average
f two can* t*r day.
fhe Toneliton l.arrel Company iiave
rt ' e * i "' f l orders for several hundred
barr( ., H and ,, bagkets ,„ T down < tate
frnjt grower i.
a , . . ,, r „
In fell f'j ng \ M u , 'J rj J Bof | he > stat< .
' daily. They received a large tank of oil
, yesterday from Philadelphia, which was
*Tr*^-!?!!-*ftr
[ rorn j t .ff erfon Medical College, Phila
delphia, and will spend liis vacation
[with his parents in this city.
2
Where Hie (hnn)i &*!> Will W«
-w '" d ";—
mo««. »
Fin* fnitariftn Church, \'e*t ****** j
ih»>v*' Kigbth. Key Alexander T K- »
^r. Minister. Sabjeei for Stindaj. June
I*. y 3 nhMn^-iL UnteThings. ' Ser
.«e* »!«.*.» ..ctck. All seat* ««*•
T1 * P' Mx * ,r,i '* il - r !nv!,ed ,
Trinitr Church. Is laaare arcane and
.\datii? -ir«-et f the Rev.H.Athlon Henry,
*■ w ' . ,
W t* l^bJ^riantlMireh.cor. Eighth
arid \Vaj.|iingt»u. M»n( at 1«- Wa.
m. and ^ p. m-, br tl>e l*-t- r lur'. A.
N Keig«in. D. D. Stmdav «cif- jI p
" a ' riHan *?*"F 7 I ' p - u "
-■ J -bn , rlmnh. c**t*r MatHH
^reet and KUiou arenue.Rev. J»-r?eC. •
Hall.wct.rr. 'emceftr-rdand 'o.-ox
Ui - aD,i j v- ni - >ond«? »«»•. at •. >t
*. m. Serriewat Mg Bwr ii *?.p- m- a
Latayrtle l>dge. A. F. A. M.. wt.t ax
tend tervke* in St John's Church -n
^nlav'tf iVVia m
>unaay *At a. n;.
Asbun M. E Church, Third an i W»l
r .ut ttnVts, Kev. Erra Ticker. J'. It.
f ast.,r. At \« 30 a. ux. Rev. Dr. Tinker
wil* preach hi* la*t wroion t<» the
bun* Omrch. >undav eeltooi at 2 p. m.
rni' n Holinew Meeting. 3 p. tu. < :
tian Kn<ieavor prarer meeting at »».->•) )>.
m. At 7.45 p. tu., I5ev. Itr. Ticker «tll
preach his last seruiontothe peopled!
Wiltuingl-n. other -ervice* at'> a. in.
Rev. I»r. James Crowe will preach his
first sennen in Asburv M. E. ( i.iirtl
Nundav, June 2t>. 1 m ,'
*. *cpei>'« Lathenn Oitiidi, TatmUl:
^ a t,ve Seventh «reeet. tl* Rev.
Frederic IM*n Morning sen*ioe
lu 15 ' \ i.rvat Man " Snudav s. h sd
11.15. Evening service S o'clock. Ac
ceptable Relqpon." Free sluing.
„ ■ . , t
, 5 B , 4 ' h - •'-* Jrr ! ; x n *
I l k -iawar>s atenue and ashingi>.n
'3reel-. la-i. I xultp L. t ale ;, pa- r. ,,
.^mces at R.e. a. enwn 'm;-sen ;
m Tm.. Masters. Sunday School at
'-l-ia-w.
•.,nd Jiapti.-t Church, Ninth and
Franklin rtreeU, Rev. Frederic Briggs
past r. sundav. June lo. Morning ter
vie- 10 :i>,snbject "Tlie Cure for Ikinbt."
Evening service ' o'clock, subject:
' Healing of the Paralytic." 'second H-r- -
'iindav seho-.l at 12 m. Y. !'.
AMONG TBE ('HIRCRES.
inon . _.
. , y 7 p If)
-t. Michael's Episc .pal Church.« h
^ ^ |)ie ,
Harry lL".r.s 4 ']ii f r M >r. Morning prayer
and senie-n
10.:>»a. w. >«ndav Sci -xd 2.30 p. m.
Evening prayer, ch* ral witii ^
7.40 p. m.
rt
•V.
10 o'clock.
at
1'
mon.
ral Prc-bvterian Church. Sunday.
., preaching by
A. McCurdy, D. I)., project
".I.'nivcrsal ns ncisbip." 12 m.. Fabbath
rciiis.i. 0.45 p. m.. ]<ra;.^r meeting of
Y. I*. C C. E. 7.45 j.. m„ preaching by
paei^-r. subject, * fhvatning W hen
Awake.*'
Ct
June T*
Kev. T.
Epworth M. V- Church, Tenth and
Lombard stride, Itev. F. Jiiirgftte >1 j rt.
past<.*r. D.;>) a. in., das-? meeting led by
i ,4*o rzo b* - ker : I 'i eatd
>ui
7.4'» o'clock.
g 3U..>
. 2 i.
. evening
1C
Hairie*n Street M. K. Chundi. betwe**n
Harrison and Franklin Ktn.*et«. on
Seventh. I
IialphT. c-itjrsey, paauir.
Sunday School,
e »J.4o p. in
i*r*
ing i
n. Ep worth Ivui
2 J*.
Preaching, 7.45 j-. m.
^ •<,.tt M K. Church, corner **f seventh
and Spruce streets.
*.r L. F. Grubbs claw* Mh a. m.
Kev. F. P. 11a
Preaching lu.tiGa. ni
rn. Willing Workers
undar Sch.,>l.2
:m p.m. Ep north
Evening ternuon
V
by the pasurr 7.4.,
L mon Christian Mission. Front and
Jeffert^/n stre<*ts. Sunday SchcKjl 2 p. m.
Experience meeting at J.iop. in. Breach
ing 7.3*1 p. in. Services every Tuesday
and Thursday evenings at 7.36.
Olivet Presbyterian Church. Fourth
and Broome streets. Rev. J. R. Milligan.
D. I'., minister. Morning services,
]>j.5i> a. m.; Sunday Schoof. 2 p. in.;
evening sermon, 7.30 p.m.
Cookman M. E. (,'hurch. corner of
Fourteenth and iJnpont, Rev. John
France, pastor. Preaching by the pastor,
10.50 a.m.; Sunday school, 2 p. in.;
evening sermon. 7.45.
First Congregational Church, No. 311
Madison street? Worship conducted bv
the Rev. T. E. Montgomery at 10.50 a.
mon - ' A '
kmgswood M. E. < hnrcli, Fourteenth
' lavmont strw-ta, Rev. F.. k Macy.
Ciass meeting, (* a. rn.; Is,yal Temper-.
ance I>^ion, ».lo a. m. ; preaching, 10 ..j 0
a. m.: Minday schcK*!, 2 p. m.; Epworth
J^aflue at «.3U p. tm, preaching, 7.30
. .
^ !r ' 1 1 ro P h\tenaii Church, Market
6tre«/t above Ninth, tlie Itev. \\. M.
Mo ^ jng wrvict . iaao
^ in. Sunday School 2 u. rn. Junior En
deavor at 4 j>. 10. r. S. C. E. at 0.o0
^r^^STTvi",'wXX*
evening at 3 o'clock.
M. Andrew e Church, gouth west cor
c^^^ l,1 Murray: P reiuor Morning
service 10.30 a. in. Sunday School 2
p. m. Evening service at 7.45.
Hanover Presbyterian f'h.ircli. .Sixth
wUhdrifdrer'dav excreises t't
Preflching, 10..V1 a. m. and 7.50 p.
m. < hristiar, Endeavor Society 7 p. m.
Wednesday evening, praver meeting at
7.45.
in.
• a, v , ...., .....
ington streets; Rev."j. 'i k r! lianna' ris!*
tor. Sunday school 9.30 a. m. and 2 p.
m. ('reaching 10.30 a. m Subject,'The
Mipenoritv of Heavenlv Riclies. F.p
worth League 0.30 p. in. Fiver,ing w:r
vices at 7.45 p. rn. will consist of regular
children's day service postponed iron,
j last Sunday,
j
. , .
Rodney Street Presbyterian Church.
| Rev. W. F'rederick lywis. pastor. •'rer
' lce , at 10..AI a. in., and ,.4o. p.m.
l Sunday School 2.50 p. in. A . P. s. L. h.
| at 0.30 p. in.
Eigl.th .Street Baptist Church, Rev. H.
„ C. Jones, pastor. Preacliing 10.30 a. m.
. Sunday scWl 2 pm.
Seventh Day Adventists, meet m Red ;
Men's Hall No. 515 Sh.pie v street as
s, " ,a * v ' ,m, "" 2 '*'
Fktst Lake i'resbytenan Church,
Twentv-seventh and Market streets.
Rev. George H. Trull, pastor. Divine

!ni. vATMj ,m con-;
ducted by the pa«««r. lsmdiy Sdift)l «
2 p in. Y. P. S. C. F- at 7 p. n>. Wed
neaday ereuilif service at 7 «.
wwffior. l*reachir.g bv t!** [jaetor at
j M *_ nt. arid 7.4-* p. m. Sunday school j
-jp ^ jl Y. I*. 1. at •« 43 p. m.
u- u_ vi «- rVnrrh nurthriurt comer
^ Jafk ;. n *«««. the
teT . , V w. .-harp. pastor. IWnng
10.30 a. m. and 7.43 L m. t1*» meet
lng Mindav school 2 p.
pp V(in | Lt* y r *; 45 p m
M.-mil, pa.-! r -cnioe* at 10.3. a. 11..
aml u _. M-roin* theme. "Walk
In(f wi,|, W Fverin* thrae, "TlHr
Iievii's Slajr.itviRg (ilaj* Bible «cb'x»l
at ' a. in and p. m. Young (*•>>
p*"' • p- •»
m* irt-rting 7.4V All welcome.
• Calvarr Ratx t t burch, corner Fourth
^ FreDcll s rtrm# . .Elmer W.'
p„ we n. r at 10.40 a. m.
a l : ^ h p jM. n dav schrx.; 2 p. ro.
- r
-
Ownmerce and Plnanw.
Floor traa weak and Bnaettied, inflo- j
enctsl bv the m-line in wlieat. and trade
was dull, d-cand teing . i a hand-to
ixcatit cb.iract»*r. t .jr?.u wa* Karce.
bm iemand ha* light at unchanged
pri^- Hav and Mraw were in goc<i
snpplv ; and w ith a alow demand and
e**nerji! preeeore to sell privet neieweak.
Refined sttgars were* Srro and in iair re
quest. Provisions ruled steady, with *
iair jobing trade. Wheat was weak, in
sympathy with bearisli speculation in all
ttnuestic grain centres, due to lower
«*W« " 4 •*««■ «*?► profpwtth and
pnert l»w tlecitned lie. Orra options
dx*.irM.-d ic. n call ana Ailed weak
"»«i« i( '' lfcr cable* and general selling
P"^ nr f »" specalame circles Export
d-n.ar.d v.a- unsatistact..ry. Local car
t- were in imite.1 s apply and demand
at i rn.cr rates. Clatc m car Iota were in
nj .y rau . ,-inpjv and steady, but die
,, n .j Wli _; :e ; > C-tton was unchanged.
_ rrnirnt
Gram Movement.
Receipts at Philadelphia:—Wheatj
5.ir.-- C<>rn. i'd.s'' 1 : (hats, 44.i'>0.
.. ... -w;.,^- 25,029: C.,rn. 7
D -. i-® .-. hipments at I lnlade.phia:
—" lieat, l<-,5<» : Coro. 4.809; Oats
- - Baltimore:—Corn, 224,s'«; oats.
>•
WedlKwbv even*
I
Butter and Eggs.
The UA lowing are tiie official w hole
sal- prices recorded yesterday at the
.a^ielpJiia Butter and Egg B«.<ard:
Solid Packed Btiiter.
1'
separat* »r Creamerv, ext ra...17
Creamery, firsts
do seconds.
Imitation Creamery, extra.! j
do firsts.
.13
do seconds.
f-ad!e-packed, extra.
do firsts.
.12
d'j seconds.
.II
Print Butter.
dreamery,
do firsts.
do seconds.
extra ...
Pennsylvania and near by.1*2]
Western, strictly fresh.32
Western .
Southern....
.II
. W-l 11
Butter iirm: Eggs steady.
New Vorl 7c.: Egg«,
firm. 1ID- 12r.
DIP MAll.. If you want lor-t of
Oltl letters, offi rs. etc. Send 2c.
stamp for name in Reference <>uide
which is sent jiuhlisiier-. seeds men, etc
E. B. IJ3RD,
Westbrook. Me
w ork for w ages w hen y 'i can
go into business for yourself
and earn a great deal more
money. I'artieulars for a 2 cent stamp.
A. A. CUDDY,
Carlisle, I'a.,
.
WANTED lntonnation concerning
V'7* J , a, A'? ,,a T dv ;
'" r, ' ga '' V ' •» »left Ijorne m 1 «*1
'" r , A l ,?, r information will be
phia.'Pa.
WHY
-
1 f ,A Ups vAlf.rtoc
1UU LI1\ClOpCS
, , . .
Good No. 6 white envelopes
with VOUT name, business and
address pRinted Oil and sent post
r , ,
pBiu ior 3UC. 2^ ior i«x:, 509 lor
$1 . 25 . Good stock and good
wor ]- guaranteed. Size \l£x
s • 7
good manilla envelopes
for 2 5 d;50, I 5 C; 26, 7 c.
too T etter Fiend*; ri/vfcr/irt
with your business printed for
for 45 c i 2 5° ^ or $I.OO; 5OO for
$1-75. Sent postpaid to VOUT
acdreSS. 2C stamps taken for
amounts under roc; above the
amount send money order in
coin.
'
JoHN W ' Haxn .
WAunet, Chase Co., Neb.
Editor and Proprietor of The
Wauneta, Neb. Breeze. Esta
T co_ v.. .
bushed in lS8/ b^ its present
Owner.
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Address
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UHKLII JUIIIIOUH d , k ,,
10 cte.; very curious. Ix-en handed down
for generations, only hv chance tiiev
acme in mv possession. 'P. O. Box, 177
Kidgeville, Iml. '
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BE A MAN ! "l*'™
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TalK Tome ".purely w^faFdii
sealed in plain package for One Dollar
Address TALBOT'S DISPENSARY FJo*
25 Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' j
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situation or helu advertise
, • Tll n cirih! Lm k-» ...
IHeBfe IB THE SI N Hill bf mn
for 25 W*tS Until either h*Ve
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U lira .f Tar Sr.v Biiraest »!e * remrd
im« i*na<2»y. Xorv Prufit. Apply lgt Em»t sixth I
stree-t.
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iraXTED-Jobn Jt> k- c. kmttly ajbw therj
r.m'Aii-'"®' JStfihi
name**f Jam** J. aid *rarte4 for some
yewaocatt^ &<*Wt Kai..-a.w <i»r. Jack^m ;
^''william 0 ^ ? k- h^IS 1
villa. .^irkhiV Wr&ingham. or.
THI'BSFIELD* KEs-ITEP. solicitor,, wednt*-:
taur. England.

WASTED—A PRESS FEEDER
mailp.'>fer»«n<l cvUtd r [so *M*r s« E
5®e (*• eiienencM feeder
wantei>-Bt an eatenenreS man. |*d
w pmfci der. Address •■!*' rTN office.
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WAXTEDr-Position wanted by indus
trious young man. willing to do any
thing ?..r a legitimate living. Address
l« Sun t tflW.
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„ rT , wrairrT'n rrvirre
HELP WAITED FEMALES.
I
HELP WASTED—MALES.
WASTED—Wnokl Site to imrtmfc a v<»*i
8o«-off*4-h«n-Jed b*dir;tf «ho< yutu Give
price Aa4 fwl! fmnicufarv
j
ddn-? **J '^
-t m Office
Addrte#
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W ANTED -bpfrimwJ rine-rrj*' r.
or cmi3 at T <r, t hurch tttrtl.
'll !f ANTED— A nian of ability to represent a
if firm of hiirh *tandinit: biua* have 8mail
fwiiul lorforrf# tewried. IV. H. Kellcj man
>n HtAs-e.

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^A NT ED—Situation ir tra-hman \e house
work in private raciiJy. A-id x ok 80? Tat
L/C
WANTED-Fr-nr I
'aake fro
'and II a.
i 'E in th:
lay Af pi
*> 1127 Ktte
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ay at N
Thine* 1 1
•neral house
■ 1. Apply
TAMED-A
bitemrl f« r k
iexjc-ri
N\
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at No. ua Van li
ptieet.
^ANTED -A A/
•• cirl for house
:ti« P. O. Box
A\
Ad.
i»»- wa*:—.
r.- -itj.
iva —'n to sell
• l; King rtrttrt.
tANTED—N
pn\
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A\
v«.
for
m
tasted
ENERA
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w
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ket
''ANTED—W
' eontmt. a
u> sell Bra>
at every d.
Literal
Bm
k- to rim
Iwrrc. I
mjwny. ®i N. r:h Rive
WANTED
dv. I*>i
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ObMMl'NICATIXG
ID
wanted
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WANTED-A :.
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MTH'ss. With
c-. I> X 8,
ph.;*
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H»K >.\Lh—A NEW GENKKAL DK
livery
Ea-t y- :
►,
•1y at No
Young Men
railrnai. If so. I can help you.
must Ire between 174 and 341.
12c. for terms, postage,
Age
Enclose
etc. Address.
The Sourest Vinegar
trifling cost. Nofruit
!<««!? harmless
receipt. Addrei
James L. Wilson,
UfCU I } I;, NT 1000 3 x 5 circular;
W P I I w*»nl« or le&«, fiend
If b kl you 500;niail balam*e with '
• <"trs and insert same copy,
vougiveua vo„r wWUi V6r '>J? rOV 'o
circulars we w* n rl .in *1 iat i?i 0U V Uia . i:110
circulars we send \ou to 10 advertisers
«? y"u writ- them. Texas Pub. Co™
lweift h Street. Athene. Texaf*.
UfM V "T " f d
^ j
turn for vour num»v trftkm ,
r&bT&nttS.ta'
jobben who are ever auxious t er . a .
to ' lcl ' 'nth bona-fide agents Add»«
SDN .Ban*
d ^' h Philadelphia, U. S. A.

Dept. Street, Maiden, X. C.
You Can JVIake
ever tasted at a
acid • ab««v
silver fo*
nt
vnd 25c.
E.SSIG,
No. 109 EastiMain St., Van Wert, Ohio
from 3 rictus
;Irom the prairies of Neb. t is a '?.
small round Cactus with a hand-'
some bright red blossom. It |
grows wild on the Neb. prairies I
1 will send one postpaid for tm-'
o for i-r. aaj r '5 c i 1
2 5 c - Address J. W. HANN, I
Wauneta, Neb.
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I EARN TJSLFORAPMV is !
L cnnLUKAI'HY. Firs 1
class operators are in i
demand. Salaries from 140 fo tinn 1
a month v, 10 *100
2" ,i i° u ean secure a chart
P T1D K al > necessary information and :
alphabet for 10 cts Address
the New Jersey School of TeIer,- 0 -v. 1
River and Union Sts. WUdeWrro' i
Pa 6 Barre,
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aarrtSrtW?sr^Ssaarsisa&taffigJ*
lor deliver £nr,«m 1 KINGS, etc.,
1 Reference f,,rn:„! p I s regular rates,
j fp*vl- c ,c, ' Addrcss '
1 ' K K Dcnnyville, Maine.
m , VTF1 . , " j
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K>'UiHT—lnk»nnatkiu wanted of
?.w4T^!& b &' n tStSvJ M ^ 8
rtrt « jem.yii.lTs J 1
if wrhaeit. wa*.»«.m in r*
£°2R!:
!••*<« » le atout >e» .'orlt. v..
*«* »»«> W» ««d» Mifhatl \
et r^t. GrtKlunl^ipr, Irtta:*!
tonietbiiigtobiirntivantage.
INFORM\TION wanted I
Reilly, (domestic.) Pleased..'.''''
lo 60 Convent avenue. New V • -
T v . .
*X^ d Fniia?^
tVn^t. wifi apply to'H." o. »..
be wtlltegjaxuy received, tut
e ®IT
FOR- -
FLORENCE O'BRIEN—Kindlv
B a KLEV. iso »m Br«dv '
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, fTheod<>re Huaunel, ol EmKai
Her)., Wunembeht. who left hi
lnt»n in Februar}-, lastk will «
StiJSiSfS f 10 * **• Se '* Vo,k 11
reearTm'fi
XOTKES.
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FERSOff AL.
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MK.S.ADDIEGRAN!BR('<kH.
tutor. Anyone k
Ntu.
!«•«
lit! hvr a
j 870 Broadway, Brocklyn. N. V.
IN FOK M ATIOS m anted -It*.
Tori, Utterly oI John K. (k wen
tras ts.r*. or nil brin, mill pk-*..
with WILLIAM Z McKINLLV
, Ik,,,
•D*
.7,
-wn. New York.
FI' KB8TSEB BOBEK'i -if }{. -
>u of Zacharia* L. Lu<*i>:uer
uith I'lataik. rtrook and Her/* ^
New York dty, he will hear » f *.«", •
advantage.
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J. Nov V '
■ -itt.
IS FORMATION wantM of Clare 1 'ly.< - hi*
HfiK-r. J. DUVAL. l >: w. ir j m
holils ;
IhlL
■ cM
* to his advantage. 3*:i
liui will t je thankfu..
i copy.
ANY information from Donterv Ma
kxi Flindt. wife of C. J. H. ki.i.
would friadlr ie received.
M avenue. N. Y.
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INFORM ATIOS wanted of the \
i KtViiiS, last employed a.
MARY PHJLUPa.yiO Xonh
.'>01
Joh
• Ad.
:
^ ii-ad*
iu»e. Pa.
IF Frederick H. Peepe will send f >
the undersigned, he will hear
advantage. GERMANY, .is Ik
V to
el
Ml
York (. itr.
HOWARD S HODSOX, former;-.
pic»*e•'•"'I ad(lres»t«ACqi'AINTA.Ni t : ;li a .
* W Vurk Citv.
HENRY GRAY.—Information
L-nry -. Gray, of Toronto, ia*t fit*
er of I etc.
•i a (out
hen a tookkeejer .
Mfg. CVi . Long iNland City, and 1
ward*' Hotel. Greenpoint.
A DWIGHT.
City
r. ■ i.dj
:v;u at td-
- - U.TER,
y. N t v, York
Addrt
HUiiHK-
Broa<l
TO the Baron Von AlvenMeben. .
Avtuut- Hotel, rorner of £ird >t. ;<
Sew Yorki—Yooare mrtieulariv r
47 with J. D. B. Lewis.
*n. Eng. Any
muuiratiiig tl.
i.f Fifth :]
•1
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t>:minuii;.iit4;
B urkiv.oi
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It
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tiled
INKmRMATION
ranted of Eiieii 1
led J'-iii; Burke in North America Ye \
a-: H?, BijW* ry street New York.
.ar
t-d
LUDWlfi LAND-HUT
hi* advantage by » u
rtrevt. New Yoik city.
ill learn of
Ring room y
■;nr
INFORMATION is wa
*f Maria Theis,
itvd a.s to ti
wife of < h
Address E. W.
'here
.
the
children.
i'AN-LER
Vi.rk. l a
INFORMATION uantol eoncenunK Manhew
la.-T ht-aril of I*o--mls-r will t* thank*
*:u<i t.v hia brother, 1'AVIR, to 'M.
aius N. V.
Chri.-tit
fully ro
4'hlle I
INFORMATION 'w
»uii heirs ..r Fr
fXK, 1T <iK. -
«*d of Lillian De Mure
k and John l»e Muro. .
Wewt mth st.. New York City,
d Trov. Rajiers i»lea*e coi'V.
t'NS
NANCY ( ARLAN—Came irnm Flrc ivlam
uJSland. in lsT^; entitled to property: lit-raite
sard fur pr,rjf of death Addre.-.- oto A
SifYTlIE. Counsellor at Law, lit, Ames Building.
Boston Mass.
JOSEPH hunnis-A native of Ru,
^ere as Jcjutph Ennis, is required t
? u * with his brotiier, Major F. Hunnb.
«uS u ^' s {^^VN^S Ut *' Ue " M ' °
StSffiSS iu». wbx -
resided at 1»4 Henry street, both of" nom
Hi Broadway. New York citv.
.
whcW^t.^M^lto?™*-"
Raw York,
SHOULD this mett the eye ol
dvesof (.'atheijue or Benjamin Ho'ukIi. ffum-ny
M .-UK'ki<ort. England, MR. FKKDEKKK
BEARD will tiepleaaed to see or hear from them
British Bteanuhip Energia, Market *t.
wharf New York.
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A
.f the
DANIEL MULLIGAN or Cornelius ( arlan.die
charged from Co. H, 9th U. S. infantry, March 18,
IhM. at Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; entitled to Kop
erty; liU-ral reward for proof of death, Addrwi
GEO. A. SMYTHE, Counselloi at Law. llOAmei
Building, Boston. Maas.
kill MD
•in muni*
W ANTEIl—Robert Bruce Patitlm:. - ,
the late iiavid Ilavidson, Writer, Coui ft. . "f/r j
Scotland, or any of his children. Addrto-1 .\Mc
Dl XCAN & SON. Solicitors, Dundee. Scotisns. I
o of
>d
anted °l
'■In, «asimfW'
ID*
IF John Martin, who left the KusBi-o
'?. hp P?' Hemphon about SO year* as".
*°" 1 «"k S£&^aJ£5S*£
SS w,th L ' A " 101 Brwkl! " ^
EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena.
heard from in New York, employed in »
rant, will hear something to his intereri
munieating with REESE & CARTER, Attornc)*.
Dodgeville, Wig. __
INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius shreW!;
son of Patrick FA. horn at 888 East 47th s™'
left tame, 785 Bwt MM«., in MW. «f ur V'
benverfVuprfngtoStoSton. cii.!
mother dead; come home to Join,, send *"1^
l'* rl n»tlr>n to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 73o t«-t n<
" e " ern . ps P ers I**""»•
'
„ j °sfph bayi.Evs. short, brunette ■ ^
SSS^^feiSSSESS »»• ,,iV
i„ K demf bayKs m* West twi,.
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Salary wanted it email. Addrese this olllu.
dked
WANTED - THREE OR FOVR
J ° r houiekeeiAn*. AdrtfS

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