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THE dfife SUN
t WILMINGTON. DEL, Cleeent H. Congdon, Mt Owner. tiered at t-hc Wilmington Poet Office as Second Class Matter. IiONQ DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1567 DELMAItVIA TELEPHONE 1S4 Basiness Office and Editorial Rooms, No. 103 East Sixth St. Mechanical Department, No. 103 East Sixth St. Philadelphia Office Room 3, No. 911 Walnnt Street. THE SUN is published every day in the year and is distributed throughout the City of Wilmington and the State 01 Delaware by authorized agents. Sub scriptions should be sent to the publica tion office by mail or telephone. Tuesday, June 28,1898. Gcod morning. Sense of humor ie one of the most precious gifts that can be vouchsafed to a human being. He is not necessarily a better man for having it, but he is a happier one. It renders him indifferent to good or bad fortune. It enables him to enjoy his own discomfiture, with this sense he is never unduly elated or cast down. No one can ruffle his temper, equanimity. Humbugs do not hnmbng him. Solemn airs do not impose on him. Sentimental gush does not influence him. follies of the moment have no hold on him. childish baubles in his eyes, does not warp his judgment, never in conceit or out of conceit w ith j himself. He abhors all dogmatism. The world is a Etage on which actors strut and fret for his edification and amusement, and he pursues the even current of his way, invulnerable, doing what is right and proper according to his lights, but utterly indifferent whether what be does finds approval or dis approval from others, had any sense of hnmor he would not have been a nuisance ts himself and to all surrounding him. Titles and decorations are but Prejudice He is 1 1 Blessed No abuse disturbs itis Bores do not bore him. The If Hamlet had 'fur beautiful month of June, which bring.' to many pleasant things—the flotrere, the rare days and the lovely nights—brings also the annual com mencements: No day passes without two or three of these celebrations—more numerous than society events in mid winter, and as much so that it is almost impossible to attend all to which one may be invited. A. few years ago some discontented radical and foe of old customs proposed away with school commencements on , the ground that they are a usek.s ex 6 , . 4 pense and that people are tired of them. , ThiB misanthrope, who was evidently an | old bachelor and "loved not man nor woman neither," could, of course, see i to do | nothing to admire in the rows of sweet l girl graduates who .appear at the com -1 I mencements of the High School or Goldey'e College or the Friends' School. The music of their pianos and the melody of their voices as they read the inspiring essays fell on Jail and senseless ears in reaching fits. That there is no (such sentiment of surfeit in regard to commencements, such as he supposes, is shown conclusively this year, for never has the demand for tickets been more pressing, never the attendance so great. Nor ie it true that the commencements are always the same—"Bame old girl, same old essay." Every year there are new girls—always prettier than the year before, for feminine beauty grows as civilization advances, at any rate in the opinion of the corresponding generation of the opposite sex—and this year as suredly there has been a change in the subject of the essays. The topic at these June commencements is the Spanish war, and marvelous is the wisdom dis coursed upon this theme of the hour. The incidental music is also varied from what it has generally been—patriotic . and stirring, and, as all hearers admit, perfectly lovely. The ancient com posers, for the time at least, retire to the rear, and the national harmonies thrill t he pulses. Mrs. William Connery, wife of Super intendent Connery of the Baldwin Loco motive Works, iB the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richenberger, in this city. Eureca Council, Jr. O. U . A. M., will g ive a reception to the Grand Council in onor of Frank Piereon, who has been elected Grand Councilor of the Grand Council. , Colonel John Wainwright has sscured an increase of pension from $6 to $8 a month, for Edmund L. Smith of Wil mington, late of Company K, Sixth Regi ment, Maryland Infantry. On Sunday evening, July 10, a musical and patriotic service will be held in Grace M. E. Church. Henry C. Conrad will preside and Chief Justice Charles B. Lore will speak on "The American Out look." Miss Ella T. Baynard and William A. Mayne were united in marriage yesterday morning at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8 . W. Baynard, No. 1112 West street, by the Rev. W. L. 8 . Murray, D. D. LOCAL DOTS. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Linton have returned from a very pleasant visit to friends in Cecil county. Miss Elizabeth A. McGowan, who has been visiting friends near Newark, has returned home. Miss Mary Parker, who has been spending a few days in this city, has re t unfed to New York. Colored braiding is used with good effect on white gowns for girls and suits for boys. A very fashionable gingham gown seen recently was cut $ altogether on the bias. About fourteen members of the Wil mington Bicycle Club spent Sunday at CampTunnell. Thomas Melvin is a candidate for rep resentative from the second legislative district of Wilmington hundred. White pique dresses, set off with bright Roman stripe sashes, are much fancied for girls' afternoon wear. Watermelon pink satin with white lace and pale green chiffon forms an attractive evening bodice. ■The machine shops of the Pueey A Jones Co. are very busy at present getting out paper machinery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Singleton, of Chester, are the guests of Mrs. Hamilton Maxwell and daughter, of this city. The Rev. James Crowe, I). D., the new pastor of Asburv M. E. Church, con ducted both services on Sunday. The summer racing rig of the yacht Hildegarde will be shipped to Boston to day by the Harlan & Hollingsworth Company. Harrv L. Davis, the well-known pian ist, and brother, of Brooklyn, are the guests of their uncle,' William H. Blake, of this city. Tiny frillings of black Chantilly lace are among the dainty garnitures em ployed in decorating shepherdess hats of Leghorn straw. A handsome cabinet organ has been purchased by the Moriel Encampment, No. 35, Knights of St. John and Malta from Robelen & Co. do of A shirtwaist of turquoise blue taffeta in horizontal tucks, each tuck outlined with a narrow gold satin edge, is very dainty and pretty. A pretty new style of skirt is trimmed about the hips with four tucks, five eighths of an inch wide, and is suitable lor duck, lawn or silk. Funeral services over the remains of fleeter A. Henderson were held last 2 W«SwSsSS ££ " A valuable bird dog owned by Thomas B. Brison, station master of the P., W. & B. railroad became mad on Sunday and was shot by Dr. James R. Mabaffy. ttavT visit To 91 New h York this'^Von business connected with the order of Knights of St. John and Malta. Tlte netv barge of the Delaware Con S'bric^^m Zu^b? N th W e' Charles Warner Company tug Martha. | CharUs W. White has been granted a i permit to erect a three-tory building for; Harrv Yerger, at No. 41'J Shipley street. The n?w building will cost $3,000. Great preparations are being made for the Fourth of July celebration to be held by St, Joseph's Church, on the Brandy-, wine, on the grounds near the church, j The Pullman Palace Car Company re ceived a case of machinery yesterduy from PhUadeiphia, marked "Remember the Maine in large letters. 1 Miss Loleta Day. of No. 204 East Sixth , The evening was spent in a very delight fu ' manner piaying games after which refregnrounts were served. Among those , n r(wn t were Misses Mildred Downing, | Ida Kin? and Mamie Collins, i street, gave a very pleasant party to a | number of her little friends last evening. •'Practical Polltli^i" in the Sunday SEN contains all that is of interest In l p„i,uca! circle* and deal* with all Un portant question* now being con sidered by all the political parties of I Delaware. Commerce and Finance. I*rices of Flour were to some extent nominal, there being scarcely anything doing, as jobbers generally were well supplied for near wants and holding off. Spot Bran was in small supply and de mand, with prices unchanged. Baled Hay and Straw were in liberal supply and filled in buyers' favor under a slow demand. Refined SugarB were moderate ly active and steady. Provisions sold in a jobbing way on a' basis of quotations. Cash No. 2 Red Wheat was very scarce, and, in the absence of business, no reli able quotation was obtainable. The July option was firm at 77c.@77}c., with light offerings. Corn options were nominally jc. lower on call, there being little or no demand from speculators or exporters. Local car lots were quiet and unchanged. Oats in car lots were weak, under'a mod erate demand and general pressure to sell. Cotton was unchanged. Grain Movement. Receipts at Philadelphia:—Corn, 4,746; Oats, 34,647. Baltimore:—Wheat, 7,764; Corn, 101,684; Oats, 12,017. Shipments, at Philadelphia:—Wheat, 1,612; Corn, 160;392; Oats, 8,980. Butter and Kgg*. The following are the official whole sale prices recorded yesterday at the Philadelphia Butter and Egg Board: Holid Packed Batter. Separator Creamery, extra Creamery, firsts . do seconds. Imitation Creamery, extra do firsts. do seconds. Ladle-packed, extra. do firsts. do seconds. a .17} .16}<3)17 .16(0,16 .15 .13 .12 .13 .12 .11 Print Butter. Creamery, extra.... do firsts. do seconds. .18 ...17 .15@16 Eggs. Pennsylvania and near by. Western . Southwestern. Southern. Butter firm; Eggs firm. New York—Butter, 17c. . 12 } .12} .11 . 10@11 The Agents Herald WANTED The Public Herald WANTED We will give One year'* snbscrip tioa to THE SUN and Tfen cents cash for otte copy of either THE AGENTS HERALD or the PUBLIC HERALD, bearing any of the following dates:— 1876—-January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, Sep tember, October, November, Decern her. 1877— January, February, March, April, May, June,July, August, Sep tember, November, December. 1878— February, March, April. 1879 — -February, March,April, May June, July, September. 1880— August, November, Decem her. 1899—February. Donot send any dates not named above. Ad dress THE SUN 2257 Pan Pali St.. Philadalphia, Pa. TfHE following is a reproduction of a postal VIf recently received from a down east hustler. Mr. Lord was formerly located in Philadelphia and knows the agency business from A to Z Parties who are interested in agency work will do well to immediately correspond with Mr. Lord.— Editor. Cumberland Mills, Me. Dear Friend: Are you open to an agency offer? I want an agent In your locality to work on salary or commission. I Rill give you a *50 ap intment, and forfeit *50 if you do not clear }150 a month. If you are interested, enclose 28 cento to cover mailing expense, lor full tartlcu lats, contract and two samples, the regular price of which is 50 cents. All sent fully prejeid. As to my responsibility, 1 refer you to the Mayor, Postmaster. Express Agent, or any business house. If we do not hear from you at once, I shall not hold the position open to you. Yours truly, Eli WIN B. LORD. _ , Bor our New Book. TIiq Qnnfr i»f Qflnrotp Qntlg , lIlU DUUn Ul. UUululu UUlIl nn flinfi# M) Jj Him «11 Uiyijl. RflR AIR A/ ONI V. i ri/A iHczv t/f»L/< **» *» <—• *• «-»• «—• ! j agMfeK MflRF MflNFY B3MD BIUIIC HIVMlCI In one ofthe dozcn! °f business had we can find for you than in anything d*. Gated, for either sex. at home ^- We insert your name ' and ad^ tn our l^LTRIED POS; | TION Manual, for to cts. a full year, i May be worth hundreds of dollars to you Write at once. Address j ... etc., carefu'ly distributed; SlgnS: tacked Up. A No. I reference. ! Address C . g. Roshon, 34N-32d| ^ ° St - Harrisburg, Pa. AGENTS WANTED. 5 . M. BOWLES , Woodford City, Vermont CIRCULARS, SAMPLES, ; , ArrilTC Every gentleman will! HuCII I 0""buyat least one t«)r of our trousers stretcher and hanger combined. | no talking necessary, ONLY SHOW SAMPLE. We want you to handle them. There — Awmipfe patr'and postpaid ° | rex stretcher Waabington, n. j. ' ' do you want a good paying position on the railroad. If so, I can help you. Age must be between 17} and 34}. Enclose 12c. for terms, postage, etc. AddreeB, Young Men James L. Wilson, Dept. Street, Maiden, N. C. HELP WANTED 6ooo men wanted to fill Gov't. Service vacaccies this year. Only I common school education needed I or most places. $6000 to $2,500 falaries- Dates and locations of next examinations and valuable information sent FREE on re quest. POTOMAC Cl VIE SER VICE ACADEMY, Dep't B, Wash, D. C. ..NO TAX ON DISTRIBUTORS.. —You ought to have the latest deci sions on this subject. Send One Dime. TukSdn, Randolph Building^ Philadel phia, Pa. Female Beauties in oil colors, 15©- by mail. Address NOVELTY <JO', 184—55, Street Brooklyn N. Y, 700 mPmril WHICYSVcffua 1 toKenuine, at bOCillbAL ■ala&DI acwtofSc. pergal. Money in It. Recipe 50c, Box 162 Laurinburg, N 0 J)r H T ALLEN, 4 A A A Circulars judl loutly malted 11.00. Ship 1UVU prepaid, av'w'uck reeulto lrom Western buyers. R. B.Killy, USouth Broad wav. Ht.Louts. Mo A AAA Circulars Judiciously mailed 11.00. Ship 1UUU prepaid. airQuiek results from Western 4WVW buyers. R. B. Rilly, 9 South Broadway, St. Louis $ 5.00 Made easy each day. New and Best Inhaler on tne Market, Very fast seller also other goods equally as fast. Write for terms and particulars. French Im port Co., 221 Prospect Place. Brooklyn, N. Y. WHY work for wages when you can go into business for yourself and earn a great deal more money. Particulars for a 2 cent itemp. A. A. CUDDY, Carlisle, Pa., HISTORY. Popular belief associates the "King's Evil" with blood poi soning and it is interesting to here review the history of this The King's Evil impression. first appears in History just prior to the Twelfth Century when Edward the Conqueror imagined he possessed the miraculous gift of curing certain diseases by the simple touch and by pronouncing a few sacred words. After the example of Edward, the King of France, became celebrated for the skill with which they cured scrofula, goitre, etc., by his pro cess. Scrofula then became unil versallv known as the King' Evil and is to-dav sometimes as luded to by that name. Such a methodof cure has been claimed to be the peculiar attribute of the sovereigns of England and France, but history does not san tion this, for it appears to have been not unfrequently employed in Scandanavia, and to have been derived from the mystical prac tices of the Divide in curing dis ease. The exact words used for the cure of Scrofula by the French Kings were:—-"Le roi te touche, Dieu te guerisse." In this enlightened age no body would be silly enough to trust a case of Scrofula to a King nr hie wmrrls no loss it hnnnonod ^ unless it happened that the King aforesaid, had a diploma or two from medical colleges of good repute. At this writing none of the Kings in our circle of acquaintance have taken i up the study ot medicine and we therefore suggest that every man, «=>«■ *»} child suffering Iron, ! this dreadful disease send fifty j cents to Dr. Jonathan G. Tru man, Lemon City, Fla., for a bottle of "Marvelo. but one cure for the King's Evil — f or Scrofula—and that one cure . g Marye i 0 This marvel OUS prepaiation can only be ob tained of Dr. Jonathan G. Tru man, Lemon City, Fla. ! 8 There is n Not* —The Historical informationcon tained in' these advertisements will be fonnd to be absolutely accurate and stu dents of history will do well to preserve them for future use TRILBY SCARFS TRILBY SCARFS ; Trilby Scarfs—Just the thing fot , evenings. Trilby Scarfs-Just the thing Saunterings. | v fo j- i a ii rri i nrfi Made o* Icewool.iu all coIots. 1 bey, are the daintiest wrap ever offered and | designed especially for summer nights | ' rambles. Stylish beyond all doubt ■ ' and worthy in every respect. I j ; I COST-ONE DOLLAR. : I WILKESBARRIE. PA. Nothing to Do mnf. Tlw Everlasting Water Piker ItllU Klondike—agents say so. Good feeritnry Mill open. Write ratre., Aluminum Novelry Co., Mon roe. Midi. with any but first-claw why not work lor youreelt. Y give you full par ticul&n for stamp. Address. WOODS & CO., Yonkers, New York. I " I WHEELER & WILSON A grant improvement over anything ever made in the way of Sewing Machines. New No. 9 Family SEWlfiC MACHINE. THE LATEST AND BEST. The only SEWING MACHINE that Joee not fail in any point. ROTARY MOTION and BALL BEAR INGS make it the LIGHTEST RUNNING Machine in the world. Needle* and parte for all makes of sewing machines for sale. Repairing from 50c. up. No. 12 East Sivknth St. SAMUEL J. MELVILLE. Manager. No Tax on Peddlers You ought to have tbe latest de cisions on this point. Send one dime and get them all. THE SUN, Ran dolph building, Philadelphia, Pa. SECRET STRENGTH DEVELOPED No medicine, no operation. Rational aad sure. Mode of treatment sent anywhere for One Dime. Shadow System, Box 8, Philadelphia, Pa. BE A MAN 1 Phy8ioal UL M I vi MU . an( j mental ac tivity restored perfectly by the use of Talbot's Tonic. This purely vegetable prepaiation oorrects the errors of yonth, enlarges the organs, and postively bene fits the whole system. Sent securely sealed in plain package for One Dollar. Address TALBOT'S DISPENSARY, Box 26 Wilkes-Barre, Pa. vig SitnatiM or help adrertiae ■eats in THE SUN will be nt for 25 eente until either hare been secured and ordered out. HELP WANTED—MALES. B OY—17 yean of age. wishea position in *tore. AddreMt "F, Bc« Office. WANTED—Would like to purchase a good neoond-handed breech loading shot gun. Give price and full particulars. Addm, "J" fiin Own WANTED.—Experienced shoe-maker. Address or call at 707 Church street. W ANTED—A man of aMllty to represent a firm of high standing; must have small capital for goods cairied. W. H. Kelley man ager, Gibson House. W Mil street. ANTED—Situation for coachman v home work la private family. Addrea 807 Tat 'll FANTED—50 hoyz to aell the Senday edi Tv tion of Th* Son. Biggest sale an record last Sunday. More Profit. Apply lot last Sixth street. WANTED-John Jackson, formerly a butcher in Great Hampton Row, Blrmingnam, England, who many years ago went to America under the name of James Johnson, and traded for some [ ears as cattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson If alive). Is now entitled to property in England, nformation to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother), Shakespear Villa, Spark hi i, Birmingham, or 'RSFIELD A ME8BJTER Solicitors, Wednes bury. England. THU WANTED-A PRESS FEEDER FOR 108 E. er need small jobber, and cylinder press. Apply filxffigtreet. None hut experienced feed' »PPffi WANTED—By an experienced man, pneltlon as press-feeder. Address "D" SUN OFFICE. WANTED:—Position wanted by indus trious young man, willing to ao any thing for a legitimate living. Address 12 Sun Office. HELP WAFTED—FEMALES. WANTED—Four buHnese prig to work rothig efty. Can make from 9&60 to $3.00 a day. Apply between 9 and 11a.m., today at No. 1117 Wt Thirteenth street W ANTED.—A white girl for general house work, must be tidy.and exjerienced. Apply at No. 621 Van Buren street. W ANTED-A half-grown whit* girl work. State wages. Address 1 152, city. WT -ANTED—Married lady canvassers W private books for women. 613 King 8 a.m. for house P. O. Box to sell street, 6 p. m ANTED.-GENERAL AGENTS FOR A new household article just out; sells at every house. Call at Lafayette Hotel, ,108 Mar ket street. JOHN D. W ILEHER. W W ANTED—Women to sell Brassine. Liberal contract. A sale at every door. Brassine Manufacturing Company, 54 North River street, Wilkes barn*. Pa. WANTED—by a young lady, position as cashier. Good references, Address 8. A. G. this office. TWO COMMUNICATING ROOMS edging, or suitable for offices for doctoror ist ,92 Market street. tor ii denti WANTED—To buy a '/, or % h. p, electric must tie in first class condition, at a low G. F. Kibbans. 105 E. 2nd 8t. motor; price. W ANTED—A man in every ware. Legitimate, paying responsible concern. Philadelphia Pa. town in Del* business, with Apply at once. Box 8. F OR SALE—A first claw Ladies' Bicycle cheap, 115. Apply a 212 West Fourth Street. FOR SALK—A NEW GENERAL DE 11 very wagon, below cost. Apply at No. 329 East Fourth street. for-- ft]e; Mg p roflt|j; Plnall ( . ar , ital r , established. For particulars S.P.Wood | SatteDury, Md. ■ I MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR uired; well cock & Co., j HOTEL AND SALOON Pm SALE, doing a good paying business; liar hae a nice ; trade; for full particular*, address s. P. Wood I cock & Ik)., Salisbury, Md FOR SALE—POULTRY AND TRUCK : farms, 81.006 and upward, on Eastern Shore of I Mary land, fiend for description. 8. P. iVood eoek <kCo.. Salisbury Wieoinien county, Md. You Can Make The Sourest Vinegar ever tasted at a trifling cost. No fruit ; no acid ; abso lutely harmless. Send 25c. silver fo> receipt. Address, BSSIG, No. 109 EastaMsin St., Yao Wert, Ohio PRINT 1000 3 x 5 circular; 100 words or less, send you 600;mail balance with onrs and insert same copy in our paper for 30c. silver, provided you give us your word that you'll mail 10 circulars we send you to 10 advertisers as you write them. Texas Pub. Co., Twelfth Street. Athens. Texas. WE'LL E will put your name and address in THE SUN Director; for 10 cents Yon will probably turn for your money wit samples, magazines, pamphlets, etc., etc., sent ont by publishers, manufacturers and jobbers who are ever anxions to gat in touch with bona-fid* agents. Address Director; Department THE SUN, Ban dolph Building, Philadelphia, U. S. A. u/ reoeive a full re thin a month in LADIES do you want a »actus from the prairies of Neb. is a small round Cactns with a hand some bright red blossom. It r 'ows wild on the Neb. prairies. will send one postpaid for 15c, 2 for 25c. Address J. W. HANN, Wauneta, Neb. IJEARN " TELEORAPHT. Fin 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 ete. Address the New Jersey School of Telegraphy, River and Union Sts., Wildee-Barre, Pa Grand Union Tea Agent traveling over 80 miles of territory will distribute CIRCULARS, TACK UP SINGS, etc., or deliver samples at regular rates. Reference furnished. Address, FRANK S. WEST, Dennyville, Maine. xwrii'Es. WASTED—KotruvOc ueuD «tDur m ML?Xi th '" " rtC '** t *Mrm PXX80XAL. ol children ol struct, Jersey City, N. J. wpapon MBS. ADDIEURAMBRUKH.-Sews ol tnryir. 5*'.";f- Any one knowing her addrws notlfyj •Lo Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. 9 INFORMATION wanted.—Daniel E. Daven port, lonnerlv of John E.Uowen and Co., con tnuUir-r or nls heir,, will pleaie communicate wilh WILLIAM Z. McKlkLEy, lS Kd Downtown, New York. " * ln ' F1ER8TNER, ROBEKT-if Robert Fnerstner KMiol Zacharies L. Fuentner, will communicate with Plntzek. Strook and Herzog, 328 Brtadwov New York city, ho will hear of nomething to hi! advantage. • , IK Michael C. Walls, horn In BaUlntra, count? Donegal, Ireland, now about tuyean of age, tint potted to he about New York, would communt cate with bin cotuln Michael Flood, Roseville street. Londonherry, Ireland, he would hear something to his advantage. INFORMATION wanted ol 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, OhMdfs win apply to H. O. 8., 7*2 Lafayette av.I he will be gladly received. Cuban papers please copy. FLORENCE O'BBIEN-Klndly write GEO. BUCKLEY. 190 West Broadway, New York citv. INFORMATION wanted of Clare Duval by his sister. J. DUVAL. 161 West Sard New York City. II Theodore Hummel, ol Entlgen, Oberampt Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his home in Moose lngen In February. 1890, will communicate with Post Office box 183, New Y'ork, be will hear 9f something to his advantage. Information In regard to him will be thankfully received, western jwpers please copy. ANY Information from Dontery Margaret Knud* ten Flindt. wife of C. J. H. Knudaen Flindt would gladlv be received. Please address 110 8d avenue, N. Y. 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 his advanuge. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 234 St., New York City. HOW'ARD 8. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn, please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 167 Her ald Downtown. New Yerk Citv. HENRY S. GRAY.—Information wanted about Henry S. Gray, of Toronto, last heard of in sum mer of 1893, when a bookkeeper with Bimonds Mfg. Co.. Long Island City, and living at Ed wards' Hotel, Greenpoint. Address CARTER, HUGHES «& DWIGHT/ 96 Broadway, New York City TO the Baron Von Alvensieben, late of Flftb Avenue Hotel, corner of ztrd it., and 5th ave.. New Yorki-Youare particularly requested to oommunicate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, 29 Bucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing the address and communicating the same will he rewarded INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, led John Burke in North America 60 yean; lived last 14^ Bower}- street, New York. LUDWIG LANDSHUT will learn of something to his advantage by calling room 602, 98 Nassau itreet. New York citv. INFORMATION is wanted as to the where abouts of Maria Thcis, wife of Charles Theii or their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER York, Pa, INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew Christie, last heard of December 9; will be thank fully received by his brother, DAVID, box 485, White Plains N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Mura and heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Address EXECUTOR. 226 West 136th St., New York City, Syracuse and Troy. Papers^please copy. NANCY CARLAN—Came lrom Birmingham* England, in 1872; entitled to property; liberal re ward for proof of death. Addreu GEO. A 3MYTHE, Counsellor at Law, 110 Ame« Building, Boston Mass. SHOULD thto meet the eye ot any of the rela tives of Catherine or Benjamin Hough, formerly ol Stockton, England, MR. FREDERICK BEARD will be pleased to see or hear from them. Address British Steamship Enetgia, Market st. wharf NeW York. DANIEL MULLIGAN or Cornelius Carton, die charged from Co. H, 9th U. B. tntontry, March 18. 1881, at Jefferson barracks, Mo.; entitled to prop erty; liberal reward for proof of death. Addrsm A. SMYTHE. Counsellot at Law, no Ames Building. Boston. Maas. JOSEPH HUNNIS—A uttve of Russto, known sere w Jowpb Ennto, ig required to communi cate with Mi brother, Major F. Hunnlx. fit. Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General ol Russia. 24 State street. New York. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son ol tbe late David Davidson, Writer, Coupar, Angus Scotland, or any of hts children, Address DAVID DUNCAN & BON. Solicitors, Duidee, fioottonC INFORMATION wanted of the descendants ol Henrv Caldwell O'Neil, who, In 1845 (It Is be lieved) resided at 87 Centre street, and also of the descendents of Alexander McClure, who, la 1896 resided at 184 Henry street, both of whom awned or had tome interest in premise* New. 90. W, 94. and 96 Mulbeny street, in the dty of New York. FREDERICk BELTZ, Counsellor at Law Ul Broadway. New York dty. MAGGIE HAKRIfi—Information wanted ol whereabouts ol Maggie Harris, who was employ ed in May, 1897 at 149 West 70th fit. Please oom Ne U £ "rt Wlth C0L1£ * UOTYKR, « Wall street, IF John Martin, who left the Erwltoh n*v» •hip Belleropbon about 80 yean agoi to still lly £*ii, h f. tMteer, Jane Martin (nee Branaeli), JJS'J}* *° him. Communicate W totter with L. A., 104 Byenon St, Brooklyn, NSW EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wla., laal heard from in New York, employed rant, will bear something to nit interest by earn miuiicattng with REESE & CABTKR, Attorney*, Dodgerille.Wte. . in areetau INFORMATION wanted ol OomeUu* Sheehan, •on ot Patrick r bom at 838 East 47th 8t„ cl*; toft home, 786 Bart 143d 8t., In 1882, for Denver, Col.; tost heard from him In April, 1882, lrom ttonveri was gotng to Stockton. Cal; father and motherdead; come home to John. Send any In formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 786 Eat MBd St. Wertera paper* please copy, SKT fate, fil ing WANTED—POSITION AS INSTRUC tor in Private family by a young lady of line morals and spiritual training and excellent edu cation, and a former school teacher of reputation. Salary wanted is small. Address this office. WANTED — THREE OR FOUR rooms for light housekeeping. Adieu H. C.. Butt office.