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Indications fbr today are cloudy to V aria hlr weather in the afternoon, hie winds becoming easterly. THE SUN WILMINGTON, DEL. - Clement H. Congdon, Sole Owner. Entered at the Wilmington Poet Office Second Claes Matter. IiONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1B07 DELMARVIA TELEPHONE 124 Business 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 m the year and is distributed throughout the City of Wilmington and the State of Delaware by authorized agents. Sub icriptions should be sent to the publica tion office by mail or telephone. Some day the Wilmington City Pas senger Railway Company will be called upon to defend a suit for substantial damages for want of proper equipment on its cars. Fenders don't cost much Monday, October 3, 1898. Good Merging. A hundred men like W. L. Dockstadcr would insure Wilmington a place on the map. This man Dockstader is always ready and willing to spend a dollar to make a dollar,hence his success. He will have ten thousand people in his new theatre every week because he has always merited their patronage. Nobodvbothers about who is on the program. They are satisfied that Dockstader will give them their money's worth and he has never disappointed them. Here's to Dock stader—a long life and a happy one. ^ and guard chains cost less. City Coun-! cils should prohibit the running of un-j protected cars. The absence of fenders and guard rails simply invites fatalities, Only the grace of God and a combina tion of circumstances protects the people now—the company lias exercised no caution and maintains no safeguards. The absence of fenders and guard chainB Every merchant in Wilmington sli-uld subscribe for the newspapers published . ,,, . ,. ... , • at Chester. It would be a guo<l thing for Chester and, perhaps, a good thing for Wilmington. A careful study of the Chester newspapers would impress upon .. . , - , , i i*i ti the minds of the local merchants the fact that Chester merchants have discovered a way to keep Chester trade in Chester— advertising in the local newspapers. T1 . , . Vi , t , 1 I'recsely eight people entered one of \\ llmington's largest stores between the hours of 11 a. in. and 2.30 p. m. Think this over, Mr. Merchant. How manv ■ iconic enter vour door an hour'' How jieople enter your door an hour, "ow many of them buy? Does your advertis ing pav you? Gan you prove that it does by your books? The right sort of adver . . ... , . . , tising pays? Is your advertising of the right sort? is simply criminal neglect. "A newsi'Aff.r wtiich makes general charges of damaging character and re , 6 , f „ . , fuses to respond when called upon or specifications must be dishonest is what the Keening Journal takes occasion to re mark about .Samuel Bancroft, Jr., and his naner Firm Frenina The charges bis paper, hierg Lumng. the charges are> .... . . 4- Lxtravagant appropriations. The Sun demands that Firry Keening prove these charges. * The tax navers of New Castle countv 1 v .? /•. /•. • , demand that Krerg Keening^ having brought damaging cliarges against the men whom they put in office and who handle the tax-payers money also brim* nanuit tm tax jiajurs money, uiso orin B convincing proof that the charges are ,, , ....... . , , . Brooks first distinguished himself in educational lines as principal of the Lock Haven State Normal School of Pennsyl vania. Later he attained eminence as superintendent of the public schools of Philadelphia, succeeding Dr. James Mac Alister. Dr. Brooks in his letter states that many reasons can lie given why women should occupy places on school hoards. He says they are serviceable in many ways in Philadelphia. They would likewise be serviceable in this city. Place a woman on the Board of Public Education and estimate her value as a member thereof and an educator having the interests of the boys' and the girls' education at heart. Women know aud understand children. The advice of a woman would stand the memtiers of the Board of Education in good stead. 1. —Maladministration. 2. —Mismanagement. «3.—Crooked contracts. correct and tlic charged guilty. This demand is on you, Mr. Bancroft. The people await an answer. In another column of t his issue ap pears a letter from Dr. Edward Brooks, one of America's foremost educators. I)r. The Boston Transcrijit last week, after a long editorial estimating the character of Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, goes into a con sideration of the politics of this state and the loss suffered by its citizens on the death of the great statesman. In show ing wherein the great loss lies the Tran script says: '•The death of Hon. Thomas F. Bayard directs attention to the present low political estate in the councils of the nation of that little commonwealth to which for many years be rendered dis tinguished service. She still retains one representative worthy of her oi- any other state, Senator Gray, a man of high character and shining abilities, but he does not Btand for the new order of things there. He represants the only survival of the old standards, when in that respect in which all states are equal Delaware could hold up her head with the best of them. "For years the little state sought out her ablest men and best equipped states and made the most ot them. She men made the country her debtor through the character of her public servants in the arena of national legislation. She held a proud position nationally and internationally by the reflected honor of illustrious names. Her Bayards and her Saulsburvs were cast in the mould of statesmen and their value to the state received its proper end practical recogni tion. ••She chose a man to succeed the Bayards and the Saulsburys, known and unheard of beyond his own contracted environment, a man who bad no understanding of or sym pathy with her past proud traditions and who is liest known to the public since that time by the frequency with which he has been summoned to an swer the law's inquisition. "Through factional fights the Republi threw away their opportunity and un j ards and ideals which he so long and so ! consistently maintained to bis great . credit and to iters, cans the Democrats failed to rise to the situa. tion. The state has now lost iter most distinguished son, but even that would be less regretable had site not previously thrown down and discarded those stand In Cleveland, 0., there is planted upon the heights of the literary world a bat ' tery— The (tailing (Inn. At the breech stands a frank, fearless, independent and intellectual man—Walter Hurt. The F hots fired by this editor burst forth in see thing sentences of truth and right. 1'nder Hurt's direction The (hilling (I j s a g0 od distributor and with unwaver-1 i ng precision sends its shots straight to' the vital point. He has trained his literary gun on the principals m w ith a full supply of the best ammuni-1 tion The (hilling dim pours shell into the depths of the mysterious case. In the ,, ' , _. .. October number Mr. Hurt says. "Murder by mail is a new and notable departure in tlie assassination industry, ailii there is no doubt that it wii>> become a very fashionable fad in the more can tious c i rc l e s of the sanguigenous set if the poisoner of Mrs. John P. Dunning, of Dover, Del., succeeds in slipping the ]p» 6 ]' of ll je tow, and it is more than likely that lie will. I phj lie advised , y ,; )r j raore t) , an half believe that the v ile husband of the victim was the party of the first part in her untimely taking °^; , .. f , Mru "The rather rapid rrisco female, Mrs.: W . A . Botkin, who stands accused of the! crime, is hardlv the kind of a creature who would put tier head in a halter for an J' on ® ma . n - ,£ he lias t0 ° lnan y ? tnn K?; t0 lier how for that, arcl Dunning doeen t , eeom i, ave been her favonte paramour by any manner of means. \ain, frtfir lous, superficial, a butterfly of the ilenii slie Bt,ike . 8 , me f being capable of loving no one intensely—save her own I g j|| y pe |f "But wliat of Dunning. Witlt a wife and child in Delaware, he formed an il licit intimacy with this California cy prian; and the very moment he heard of the tragedy, lie tipped off a tale to ttie i ice th 7 t p, ]t tlu;m on the track of the j female who is looking at life through dungeon barn today. ''False to the woman lie bad sworn at i* 1 . 8 a ta 1 U l .e.clierifli ?. n(1 lj r ^ tect 5 , , alget0 the female he had followed dow-n "the primrose path of dalliance, lie stands before the public as a Perjttred scoundrel, whose principal stock in trade is perfidy, and who is, therefore, qtiali fied for any crime that ins personal in clmatmns may suggest. j "The evidence against Mrs. Botkin is purely circumstantial, and it has Deen discovered that a part of it was manu factured-—presumably by the . an cisco police, who have been hounding the woman dow n with a ferocity that would do credit to a pack oi bibenan , wol XSf* ( '°. vernor l u(Id .', ° . fa |lf °rnnk, has been so impressed with this new fea-1 tm-e of the ease that he has flatly refused to extradite the prisoner-and there you . , . _ . . . "In the mean time, Dunning at large, and his wife is rotting in the close confines of her doorless domicile. "The Farmers' Bank at! Georgetown is lioldiiur weoifceiuw. " worthless paper,upon WlllCll; the Dunning murder and are: u***, money Has raised to mi,y Democratic votes for the last ten years."—Jerome B. The free delivery of mail in the rural districts li to receive a test beginning at Harrington today. Jowph G.^eckhnm, of Mispilhqn hundred, lias been ap pointed earner at a salary of 1300. Boxes will be placed at convenient places along the route and the carrier will sell stamps, The earner will cover a little ever cigh teen miles a day. Bell, in the Sunday Star. Rural Mail Delivery Begins. Yesterday was "Rally Day" at Central Presbyterian Church. Rev. E. Powell, of Calvary Baptist Church, addressed the Sabbath school and the program was a very interesting one, a large crowd being present. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mealey, who are on a trip to Niagara Falls, will re turn the totter part of the week. The vote in The Sun's senatorial contest at 12 midnight stood as fol lows: Benjamin A. Hazell. John G. Gray. Hon. George Gray. William Michael Byrne. J. Edward Addicts. William du Pont. Col. Henry A. du I'ont. Willard Sautobury. Gen. James H. Wilson. Rev. Jonathan S. Willis. John Biggs. J. Frank Allee. Hen. Anthony Higgins. Lewis C. Vandegnft.....-" George W. Marshall M. D. 1553 H. H. Ward. Caleb R. Layton, M. 1). Horace Greeley Knowles. John P. Donahoe. A. L. Ainscow. Hugh C. Browne. Hiram R. Burton. Andrew C. Gray. Victor H. Bacon. Willie M. Ross. Victor de Kan, Jr. William T. Records. J. William Wagner.. George J. Kloberg. Howell S. England. Rev. Leighton Coleman. H. C. Moore, M. D. Howard E. Staats. Rev. W. J. Birmingham. Anton Hauber. John T. Dickey. Rev. M. X. Fallon. Henry Ridgely. Jeff Butler. David Dangel. Carmen Di Mare.. Robert Adair. C. H. Behringer. Thomas Fay. Mark l'edrick. Frank Cauzzo. John G. Reed, Jr. Thomas L. Scott. Edward Gipp. Thomas F. Holland. Lee L. Maloney. Albert W. Cummins. Frank H. Day. George Farnan. C. L. Meiler. Fred Eden Bach. Andrew B. Jones. Francis McD. Quinn. Edward Mulvey. John F. Campbell. Fritz Elser. ; J. Albert Curry. Win. II Hill. Rdwi'rT IL Cochran, jr. William S. Hilles. ; Joseph H. Evans. w-jr ^n°W draper . j jjoope*.. Scott Vernon.. Daniel O'Neill. . 5404 5348 5332 5204i sun .Visit 51441 2420! 4852 . 4418 41!K) . 3224 2742 . 2614 062 840 4 ia 138 110 82 58 29 251 . jo ""j ij . JO 10 • 320 . 286 271 254 174 134 125 85 85 .... (15 03 (12 59 49 35 27 26 18 lti Edward Gifi..... Boyer 1 '-...'.'...'.'... j \V. H. Thornton. I J. Nulsbauch. Ke j t |, Vaudeville attracts twice daily audiences that are limited only by the capacity of the theatre. The dozen boxes were crowded nightly last week at 7.30 p. in. Theatregoers will admit that this wee g' s ui-act program is one of the best ever g ; ven 0 n anv Philadelphia stage, ( . orfl Turner, one of the most beautiful «, omen on the boards, who lias been identified with "The Sporting Duchess" an(i (ltlier succe sses will, assisted by [ X)U j B Massen, another first-class actor, eliact sir Charles Young's one-act plav, "Drifted Apart." Its production in Mr. Keit |,' s Boston and New York theatres wa8 rece ived with unusual favor, Another straw which show's the di- ! rection in which the theatrical wind is v,low4n2 is E. K. Rice's invasion of the ^.aTviHe stage. Since the original pro auction of "Evangeline" in this coun t rV , Mr. Bice's productions have been among the foremost entertainments oi eac p gea8on . His latest production is tl ie negro operetta, "The Origin of the j, aul Uwrence Dunbar, the colored ) wro tc the libretto of "Clorindy, or t j ie () r jgj n 0 f i\ ie Cakewalk," and Will' Marian, also colored, composed the score in what, he argues, are the original teinpi a ' nd the " ea ' of A fro- A men Can me j 0( ]y. Mr. Marian is a pupil of Doorak and Joachim. The enteitain ,„ en t given by these negro singers, d an(;ers and cakewalkcrs is said to be hj g |,| v enjovable. The most sensational (1 fV. Kcitfi's European importations is, announced, Kofix, a felmw who sup 1 p or t H on his chin a platform which con t ' ains a woman , )laying a piano . A j 200-pound cannon is fired while on his 10jjju t i T| le y Kil y that Sandow and all other' Btron g ]nen never equalled his perform | anco 8 Zelma Bawlston is a well known s ! nffpr an( l ma l e imnersonator who will L i... i oc ..] vaudeville debut this ; '^ e j "been called the "Femall Fregoli." Four new and amusing Bio-1 | gr!l pb views are among the announce-!_ ; lncntPi but the films that have made the pictorial war history one of the greatest features of every bill will be retained. The Stereopticon views will include pie I tines of Hobson s mother and sister, and l Hawaii and Porto Bieo scenes. Keith audiences have hitherto laughed over! the work of Watson, llitchings and Kd Keith's Theatre. , .. .- . „ Cakewalk, and it was sung for the first time ou any stage July Otli last on the New York Casino's Roof. For six weeks it was the most popular feauture of "Rice's Summer Nights." The entire company of 25 people, which has been the chief card at Keith's Boston house during the past two weeks will appear in Philadelphia for the first time tomor roWt . _ wards, and Conroy and McFarland. rema j n( jcr of the bill includes good! singers, dancers, banjoists, acrobats, i female sharpshooters and a wonderful! (rained dog. K kith's THEATRICAL NOTES. B. F. Koith has invited tbe inmates of' the Home for Deaf Children to view the performance at Keith's on Wednesday afternoon next. They will probably be delighted hv the male and female cake ; walkers, biograph and steropticon pic tures and the act given by Kofix, who supports on his chin a platform contain j ng a woma n and a piano, will doubtless amuse these unfortunate children. While tlie songs and funny stories will not be enjoyed, it is safe to say that they will be highly amused by the antics of W son, of Watson and Hutchings, while carving a turkey. Cora Tanner, Louisa Hasson, K. E. Rice's 'production of the "Origin of the Cakewalk" and the biograph are among the features at Keith's this week. at Short tea jackets made of light cloth, are much worn;with pique suits. 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 versally known as the King' Evil and is to-dav sometimes as luded to by that name. Such a method of 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 or his words unless it happened i that the King aforesaid, had a diploma or two from medical colleges of good repute. At this writing none of the Kings iu our circle of acquaintance have taken up the study ot medicine and we therefore suggest that every man, woman and child suffering from this dreadful disease send fifty cents to Dr. Jonathan G. Tru man, Lemon City, Fla., for a bottle of "Marvelo." There is June, July, September. j 1880—August, November, Decern her. 1800—February Donot send any Uatcn iKit named above. Ad dress .... . n . . i|MJ? Df|Y of Water Color Paints DUA with brushes, catapult or pocket gun, 1 cameo finder ring, i false moustache and your nr ne in our Directory one year, all for only " Y > • J . I P any ' Thompsonyt:He. Ind. I _ . -nr v u- 1 I MedieipeS, Novelties 9^0 : ! HATlJnlE, but one cure for the King's Evil —for Scrofula—and that one cure is Marvelo. This marvel ous prepaiation can only be ob tained of Dr, Jonathan G. Tru man, Demon City, Fla. Note— The Historical informationcon tained in these advertisements will te fonnd to be absolutely accurate and stu dents of history will do well to preserve them for future use Agents Herald WANTED The Public Herald WANTED We will Rive One year's subscrip tion to THE SUN and Ten cents cash I for one copy of either THE AGENTS i upp at r\ 4 L P pttrt to upp aj rt I GERALD or the PUBLIC HERALD. bcanng al 'Y of the following dates: i 1870 —January, February, March, | April, May, June, July, August, Sep tember, October, November, Decern ber. 1877—January, February, March, May, June,July, August, Sep-1 tember, November, December. 1878— February, March, April. 1879— February, March,April, May THE SUN 2257 Van Pali St.. Philadalphia, Pa. 8c. Addres.s The Hindman Com ROSS T. WORLEY, jVIgiliijg Agei)t, TENN. ; Fresli And Authenic | <| If If I names and i*. O. address! Inewwww* of N. C. school Teachers, ... , sent post fjoo.) 0 'Me,vtlonTheltun and I will rend you the 'Hecret Guide" prl ft e$l,00, free a klondvke for Advertisers. Saves at least four-fifths of the cost ! of advertising. Address H, 1\ SEAWELL, P. M. Bensalcm, N. C ___ ...... AGEMTC pf)D If I K|f2 |fl||tp AULIlIl) I UI1 AII1U Mll< Li Fastest cutting knife made ! you wr j te you wi n never be solry ^ w p q^tturtv >?r Wadii Jtrtnti C . W '. E - SITTRRLY ' 75 Washington street. Aubnrn, N. Y. A H I n mencan and Cuban Flag Stick Fins. Silver or Gold, 30c. doz. samples 10c, by mail. Quick Sellers, Big Profits, Postage Stamps taken. B. FOX, Wholesale Jeweller. 184—oo, St. Brooklyn, N. Y. EAST X0VEY FOB AGENTS. Best Inhaler made; sells like wildfire. 50c; sample and particulars for 25c. Lasts one year. BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO., Box 270. Bellaire, Ohio. Situations or help adver tisements in THE SUN will be run for 20 Cents Ulltil 1 1....... |. rt(tl , oA«n*ail either have been secureu 1 and ordered out. HELP WAN1ED—MALES. WANTED—Flaatercraat new |«istoffloc build ing, Washington, D. C. AppljMinmedlajgf. W ANTED—50 boys to sell the Sunday edi tion of Thk Sun. Biggest sale an record last Sunday. More Profit. Apply 10? East Sixth street. ANTED—A man in every town in Delar ware. Legitimate, paying tusiness, with responsible concern. Apply at once, Box 8, Philadelphia Pa. W *»■ m - or6 r WANTED—Agents for "NO TAX ON AGENTS;" book contains twenty-six decisions of the highest courts in the land, showing that agents, peddlers, auctioneers and canvassers are exempt from all social town taxes and license fees: sells to every lawyer and citv officials as well as to agents themselves: send 25e. for com plete copy of book and terms. THE SUN, No. 6, Randolph Building, Philadelphia. W ANTED-Women to sell Brassine. Literal contract. A sale at erery door, ltrassine Manufacturing Company, 54 North River street, Wilkesbarre. Fa. - ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house work. State wages. Address V, O. Box W ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell private books lor women. 613 King street, _ Au- k Iknnlv citj. Can make from92<>0to$3.00a da). Apply Thirteenth Street! & trttasr " No ' 1117 SITUATION WANTED-MALES. WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, A position as body or gear maker. Apply to Harry Smith, 6U2 King street, city. WANTED—Ry a man of experience and ability, a place where lie can earn a living, book keeping, office work, Ac, salary nominal. Refer ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office. HELP WANTED-FEMALES. w 152, city. m WANTED— A Girl for general Home and Dining room work. Must have good reference. Good wages for right girl. Address 'E" 100% E. Sixth St. City. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALES WANTED—POSITION AS INSTRUC tor in private family by a young lady of One moralB and spiritual training and excelfent edu cation, and a former school teacher of reputation. Salary wanted is small. Address this oflice. WANTED—A position as a Seamstress or any tiling that J can do, and still maintain my home, Address Emma K. Smith, 1212 lleald St., City. WANTED—by a young lady, position as cashier, Good references, Address in J 1 „ „ WANTED—Energetic agents, either lex. Char acter must bear strictest investigation. Address SUN oflice. S. A. G. this office. MISCELLANEOUS. W ANTED.-GKNERAL AGENT8 FOR A new household article just out; sells at every house. Call at Lafayette Hotel, 508 Mar ket street. JOHN 1). W1LEHER. MAN TO INVEST $100.00 IN LIGHT manufacturing business—large profits—no fake. P. O. Box L, 295, City, MAN WITH $75.00 TO INVEST IN manufacturing business—2(K) percent profit. L, tills oflice. _ ArPNTfi WANTED A riMIIEU PIAOHIRfS nstIw.PaT 1 Aati-d/sptptU. c 6 CUPS. Nothing like It. Sell* on iliht. Afrpiito double their money. Kwh ponrh* 4 ed In two ininuteH. Be flmt In the field. p - Hemnlf bv mull WISE A OO afnpe. Addreoa, * BUTLIR.oNir . rtlwer or eta Manufa'turerP, | Agents wanted. Sells on » ght. Every J man wauts a copy. Start in while the field is clear. Fortunes in it for Fveagents. Address R. Lusby, Nov eky Dealer, Vinton, la. (Mention this paper.) Bool( of S^or^ts* FOR MEN ONLY. Write for descriptive circula:. a reproduction of a jssital 'entiy received from a down east hustler. ^tlE following , . , , , , , . , , ,, Mr. Isird was formerly located in Philadelphia and knows the agency business from A to Parties who are Interested in agency work will do well to immediately correspond with Mr. Lord-—E ditor. Cumberland Mills, Mk. Dear Friend: Arc you ojien to an agency offer? I want an agent in your locality to work on salary or commission. 1 will give you a $50 ap S tointment, and forfeit $50 if you do not clear ;150 a month. If you arc interested, enclose cents to cover mailing expense, for full fiartleu lars, contract and two samples, the regular price of which is 50 cent#. All sent fully prejiaid. 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, EDWIN B. LORD. ft i PER SURD 04>DAY, 8 £b A M M6N. DO roil nut honorable, «te»d j employ ment the yexr round, et good wage*, at jour own home or to travel? If ao, *on» 4ein*tampe for ourwholeaelepnoe-lM end perticulara, Wefuruuh beet of budt C^fi. 0A xasA Ji AGENTS WANTED. the for i C For our New Book. la to. FOR MEN ONLY. n Write for terms. R. Lusby, Vinton, &&»Y0UR NAME Business Y. and Address neatly printed on 125 each, Oj, high cut envelopes and note heads match; also one pint of best block Ink. All the above sent prepaid for only 11.00, cash or postage stamps. Full line of samples ford cts. in stamps. S. P. Seawell, P. M., Bensalem, N. C. For the stage paying $25.00 weekly. Send 10c. and addressed stamped envelope, S. H. Lingerman, 705 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. GOOD ACT PERSONAL. JORDAN.—Relative* of William It. Jur.lan. «u ceased, late of tlie State oi Indians. may learn something u> their interest i.>- addressing Am >r! NEYB, Box 242, Herald Downtown, New y„ rk City. MRS. GEORGE K. OORREN, formerly o( 33 West 4'>th St., will hear something to tier a,Ivan tnge in communicating with J. F. q., Broadway, New York. INFORMATION wanted oi M»ry Norris tliat lived with Mrs. De Lacy, 747 East 5th St. i'lcaao call at 247 Went 12f. St., N. Y„ and site will I,oar of something to her advantage, or write. Lit INFORMATION wanted oi one Mary Colfelt who resided in Schenectady. N. Y., di 1HM, in the family of Or. Edward H. ami went under the name of Mary Wheeler while residing in 8chcnectady ; by eoinmunleat with the undersigned she will hear of some irevious tu Wheeler, I UK ll.ii ng toiler interest. X S. JUNO. Box 615. Schenectady, N. Y. MRS. ROBERT SCALES.—Wanted, information regarding Mrs. Robert Ssales, whose husband died in New York about eight years ago. After her husland's death she was supposed to have gone to California. If she should see this or any person knowing where she Is, please write to 1*. LINDSAY, Parkhill, Out., Canada. peld for any Infer W. E, Brewster who LIBERAL reward will be mation as to wherealjouts of ... left his home 201 l'reeident St, Brooklyn, night oi August SI, and lias not been heard of since: height 5 feet 9 Inches, weight 160, brown hair and mustache, partially bald on top head, blue eyes and lair complexion: gray worsted suit of clothes straw hat and black laced alines. Address Mrs. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President St. Brooklyn, N. Y. HOWARD 8. HODHON, formerly of Brooklyn please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157 Her ald Downtown. New York City. ^ MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRl'HH.—News of Impor tance. Any one knowing her address notify J„ 376 Broadw.av, Brooklyn, N.Y. i INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar led John Burke in North America 50 years; ltveJ 1 last 14% Bowery street. New York. j-—-- INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts of i John Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad ; dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th st„ Read ing, Pa. I INFORMATION Is wanted as'to the where 1 ahouts of Maria Thels, wife of Charles Thels or their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER York, Pa, IF Frederick H. Deepe will send his address to ihp imdpniiiniBd he will hear nomethinx to bifl ga^.*£EllMANY,2«Hereid?'Mit%?i; ANY information from Dontery Margaret Knud j aen Fliudt, wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Flindt would gladly be received. Please address 110 M xvenue N. Y. INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew . Christie, last heaid of December 9; will be thank fully received by his brother, DAVID, box 485, White Plains N. Y. ____ KNIGHT—Information wanted of cblldren oi , Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing In Brooklyn, | Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Washington 1 street, Jersey City, N. J. INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Muro : ami heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Address j EXECUTOR, 226 West 136th St., New York City, ' Syracuse and Troy. Papers please copy. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davldaon, a ion of the late David Davidson, Writer, Coupar, Anglia Scotland, or any of hii children, Address DAVID DUNCAN Si SON. Solicitors. Dundee, Scotland. IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer, Woodborough, Notts, England, and Montreal, Canada, wifi apply to H. O. H„ 762 Lafayette ay., i New York, he will be gladly received. Cuban nanere nlease com. 1 -— FUERSTNER, ROBERT—if Robert Fuerstner son of Zftuhuritts L. Fuerstner, will communicate with J'latzek, Htrook and Herzog, 320 Broadway, New York city, he w ill hear of something to bil advantage. EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arenx, WIs., lx«» heaid from in New York, employed in a restau rant, will hear something to nis interest by com* municattng with REESE & CARTER, Attorney!, Dodgcville, Wis. INFORMATION wanted.—Daniel K. Daven lairt, formerly of John E. Guwen and Co., con* tractors, or his heirs, will nlease communicate ' '' ilh ' V1, UAM * 189 Uer " d ' i Downtown New York. JOSEPH HUNN1S—A native oi Russia, known 1 acre as Joseph Ennis, is required to communi cate witii ins brother, Major F. Hunnis, St. Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General of Russia 24 State street. New York. IF John Martin, who left the English n»vy »hi|i Bellerophon about 30 years ago, is still liv ing, his mother, Jane Martin (nee BranseU), would like to hear from him. Communicate tog tetter with L. A., i»i Kyersou St., Brooklyn, Nete fork. the INFORMATION wanted concerning whereabout* oi James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire land, who left home in 1891 tor Australia; any information will lie gratefully received by hia sister, Kate Hardy, 12U8 Locust street. Philadel phia, l'a. SHOULD this meet the eye ot anyol the rela Catherineor Benjamin Hough, formerly jf Stockport, England, MR. FREDERICK BEARD will be pleased to tee or hear from them. Addresa British steamship Energia, Market at. wharf New York. -lveB of DANIEL MULLIGAN or Comellu. Carlan dls ; oharged from Co. H, 9th U. S. infantry, March U, \ [gg, a , Jefferson Barrack*, Mo.; entitled to prop erty . liberal reward for proof of death. Addreaa ! 0B J). a . 8MYTHK, Counselloi at Law, llOAmea | Building, Bo*ton. Mass. 20 IF Michael C. Walls, born in BalUntra, county Donegal, Ireland, now about 40 years of age, sup tioscd to ba about New York, would communi cate with hii cousin Michael Flood, Rouvilte street, Londonberry, Ireland, he would hear something to ills advantage. HENRY 8. GRAY.—Information wanted about Henry 8. Gray, of Toronto, last heard of In sum ~ " of 1893, when a bookkeeper with Slmonda Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at Ed wards' Hotel, Greenpoint. Address CARTER, HUGHES &. DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York mer City TO the Baron Yon Alvensleben, late of Fifth Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st, aud 5th avt. New Yorki—'You are particularly requested to communicate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, 20 Bucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing the address and communicating the same will be rewarded, If Theodore Hummel, oi Kntigen, Oberampt Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his home in Moesa Ingen in February, 1890, will communicate with Post Office box 183, New York, he will hear something to his advantage. Information in regard to niin will be thankfully received. Western papers please copy. of INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Sheehan, ox... of Patrick F., born ni 838 East 47th Ht., city; left home, 735 East 143d St., in 1892. for Denver, Col.; last heard from him in April, 1892, from. Denver; was going to Stockton. Cal.; father and) mother dead; come home to John. Send any in-« formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 735 East 143d Stieet. New York. Western papers please copy, INFORMATION wanted of the descendant! ol Henry Caldwell O'Neil, who, in 1845 (it Is be lieved) resided at 87 Centre street, and also of the descendenta of Alexander McClure, who. In 1895 resided at 134 Henry Btreet, both of whom owned or had some interest in premises Nos. M, 92,94, and 96 Mulberry street, In the city of New York. KRKDERICk BELTZ, Counsellor at Law, 111 Broadway, New York city. WANTED—John Jackson, formerly a butcher in Great Hampton Row, Birmin*nam, England, who many years ago went to America under the name of James Johnson, and traded for soma years as cattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson (if alive), Is now entitled to property fn England. Information to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother), Hhakcspear Villa. Bparkhl l, Birmingham, or THURBFIELD Si ME8SITER Solicitors, Wednei to bury, England. ANB. BENJ. ELLWOOD BLEEPER or his ion v are heirs to some property, I will pay tX0.H0 for their P. o. addresa or proof of tbelr death, Youn truly. HENRY MALINGRUN, Texas. Houatoa, i