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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Indications for to^lay are, fair to partly cloudy, slightly colder weather will prevail, with fresh westerly and northerly winds, lollowed by increas ing cloudiness and rain In the south ern parts of this section, with the ap proach of a Oulf storm. Tomorrow partly cloudy to cloudy weather, and probably northeasterly and easterly winds, becoming high on the Middle Atlantic coast, with rain and nearly stA(|Anary temperature. ___ _ THE a WILMINGTON, DEL. Clemctat H. Congdon, Sole Owner. Entered at tbe 'Wilmington Post Office ns Second Class Matter. IiONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1S67 DELMAItVIA TELEPHONE 124 Basiness Office and Editorial Rooms, No. 103 East Sixth St. Mechanical Department, No. 103 East Sixth St. THE SUN is published every day in the year and is distributed throughout the City of Wilmington and the State of Delaware by authorized agents. Sub scriptions should be sent to the publica tion office by mail or telephone. Friday, October 21,1898 Good Morning. When tiie great Washington monu ment was unveiled in Philadelphia, the New York newspapers mentioned the fact that it was unveiled. This is true of newspapers of the country. A great howl went up from Philadelphia and all Philadelphians were led to believe, by the local press, that they had been badly treated. As a matter of fact, the historic event was ignored, for the sole reason that the visiting newspaper men were treated in the most shameful fashion by the managers of the affair, and very properly treated the event with con tempt. Philadelphia is on the eve of a second national event—the Peace Jubilee. Tiie newspaper men of tiie country are again to be subjected to this same disgraceful treatment at tiie hands of the managers of tiie affair, and again will the world be informed that "Philadelphia had a Peace Jubilee yes terday," or words to that effect. This is outrageous. Mayor Warwick and the Secretary of the City Editors' Association can issue proper credentials to all visiting news paper men without serious cost to any body. This can be done at once and should be. The regulation police cards will answer every legitimate purpose, and if no other courtesies can lie extended visiting newspaper men they can at least be armed witli credentials that will permit them to do their work under the same conditions as those engaged by tiie representatives of tiie Philadelphia news papers. < Graft? Tiie Every Evening has yet to learn many lessons. Among the first is, that journalism and the publication of a newspaper carry with them grave responsibilities. So far Samuel Bancroft, as identified witli the paper lie publishes 1 , has given strict attention to the "plain issue" of welching on the responsibility end of tiie proposition. With the utmost disregard of personal rights of anybody and everybody, tliis man makes the gravest and most serious criminal charges against the Levy Court. When called upon to produce the proof upon which he bases his charges lie welches. He claims that he knows all about the crime for which two men are serving sentences in Trenton penitentiary, and for which Senator Richard Rollins Ken ney is undergoing indictment before the Federal Court. He lacked the moral courage and the honesty to print the news. He insults tbe people of the State by saying that the people of Kent county knew all about the steal which resulted in the seating of a Legislature which had no legal right to make laws. Not satis fied with this, he further insults them by saying they "endorsed" it. Such men as this are responsible tor a great portion of the political rottenness which makes Delaware a byword and a reproach. Crimes are not only hidden, they are encouraged and winked at, by this publi cation called a newspaper. And yet, tiie man who dictates the policy of the Every Evening claims to be an honest man. The members of the Board of Educa tion should take cognizance of tiie fact that a number of rooms are required for tiie school children of Wilmington before thev can be taken entirely from the streets. Weeks ago the Board of Education was informed by Chief of Police Dolan that there were hundreds of children in this city who bid fair to grow up in ah solute ignorance unless heroic measures were adopted by that body in the wat of furnishing raoms fur tiie education of these children. The Boat'd oi Education two weeks later opened five rooms for the benefit | o! the pupils and then quietly rested on , their newly won laurels (?) by doing I nothing. Since then parents have applied to the Board of Education, time and again, for tiie admittance of their offspring to the schools but they were invariably in formed that there was no room. If this is tiie case, and there is no doubt that it is, the members composing the educational body which represents Wilmington should make room. They are not supposed to stand around quietly and do nothing while the chil dren ream the streets and eventually get in company that will lead them to the path of vice. But their duty, plainly speaking, is to secure rooms anywhere, under the existing circumstances, and not let it be said that they, the members of the board, would rather stand by and children reared in ignorance, instead of being given an education that will make them good and honest citizens. The duty of the Board of Education is too clear, perhaps, for the members to see at present, but their work is marked out and they should give it their immedi ate attention. Don't leave children live to curse the day they were born, which they will, should you fail to provide the proper educational facilities, gentlemen of the Board of Education, but bestir your selves, Und leave Wilmington still retain Iter fair name of taking better care of her younger population, educationally, than any other city of its size in all this broad land. see Wilmington's harbor will soon be im proved, as tiie contracts have been awarded by tiie Chief of Engineers at Washington. The work will be pushed to an early completion, and within a few months the Christiana river will be so improved that the city will have one of the finest river fronts, for its size, in tiie 1 nited States. This can only have one result, and that is that more trade will Hock to our har bor and additional facilities be given tiie various industries along the river front, tints allowing them to compete with foreign firms having a similar business. SILVER ANNIVERSARY I. T. Parker Coin snt—Received General and Mrs. brale the Ev Many Presents. General I. T. Parker, conductor on the Delaware twenty-fifth anniversary of his wedding on Wednesday night at his lioi 004 Poplar street. The anniversary was one of tiie social events in railroad circles. There were fully two hundred of Mr. Parkers friends present and to say that tin: presents were hand some and numerous is placing it mild. The presents, in a great measure, con sisted of solid silver and cut Railroad, celebrated the , No. the occasion. but there were many goods, furniture, oil the railroad pr ami liis wile witl antique oak hall lack. I Tiie evening was spent in an enjoyable | manner. I he younger links indulged u mubicand guinea, while lb;older oijoh nut i around and enjoyed themselves m social I conversation. . . . General Parker and Ins good wile, j beaming with pleature, could be been l moving through the crowded rooms and ; congrrtulations oi their *rved to the guests I Del a-1 I, haying been the greater part • of his life m the employ of the company, | and is esteemed and appreciated by Ins ; employers. i Among tiie guests that attended the ; anniversary were: Mr. and Mrs. .lames | Hanson, Mr. und Mrs. Jo in Beekley, Mr. and Mrs. \\ 11. Kedimle, Mr.' and Mrs. J* II* Wftifield, Mr. and Mrs. | George Turnhn, Mr. and Mis. H. B. j Masten, Mr. ancl Mis. (ieoige \\. Biddle, . Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Meyers, Colonel .J. i. Bayfield and wife, Mrs. 1. • Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. V\ . ( • 1 ijjdt, . Wilmer i. Drunnnond, Mr. and Mrs. J. i. hweeney, Mr. and Mrs. ( . I• ] byveenev, Mr. Jind Mrs. rbomas I en nington, Mr. and Mrs. C handler hvuns. ! Wrlham Mastfin, Mr. and Mrs. J. \\ ill j lowell, Mr. and Mrs. J. V\ llliarn Shaw. j Mr. and .Airs. K A. Gniio, Mr. and Airs. . A. O. Demo, Miss Grace i Jemo, M iss Kate Demo, Mr. and Mrs. U alter | oles, i James 1. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. \\ Ilham j Button, Mrs. Martel lie 1 arker,. Alisa | Blsie top ringer. Air. and Mrs. ( lj;iilc.-a j findall, Bcv. r. 1 . Harrs and wife, Rev. j Ralph Coursey and w ile, Roy. Robert I VN att, D. D., and wife, Bev. . B. »... Murray and wBe, BeV.1. .B. -.liort, Mr. and Mrs. fe. II. Bayimrd, Mr. and Mr. U . Lawton, Mr. and Airs. J. h. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Met all, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watson, Mr. and Mrs. !•. ( . .Mil)pkins, I'laiik Baynam, George risher, Miss Blla i eiree, Air. and A is. II. \ . Basom, Mr. and Mrs. W . J. John son, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ale Ivin, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mount, Mr. and Airs. B. B. Maddux, Dr. bpruance, Ur. hrederic ? I; U o U } r ?* ^ ' Bins, AI. and Mrs. J. B. Book, Air..unu Mrs. W. II. Lodge, Air. and Mrs. B. I. Horsey, Mrs. Ik. Bobinsoii. Mr. and AB>. C. Iv. Hutchinson, Air. and Airs. B. \\ Tli vases. Siam d Gi lt line conch anil an ! receiving the friends. A line supper was in the dining,room. General I. f. Darker is an ex-member of the Governor's staff and * ui lho I 11 till! »t popular conductors ware r Faikcr, Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). ilarvil, Mr-. ■v.Missi'sf'lara and Jen Katherine Kem nie Nanlshitry, R. .Suiilsbiiry Mr. and Mrs. \V. tJ.'.hikes, Mr. aim Mrs. Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. I'liomas, Miss M. .1. Mearns, Miss .leau atte Ret holds, Mr. and Mrs. vVilson, .Mr. and .Mrs. Harry I'. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. turies Giles. Blank I*i:ace .liibiliT. Grand stand reserved seats, oppnsit Peace Jubilee -tand can be procured from Morris & I Eighth street, this city, A fow good seats still lefi. Dclniarvia phone 816. ('oiiiiuiltu* a Go., 11 1 Advq/tiae in Tim Sun. COMMENT OF NEWSPAPERS. - Brilliant Legal Talent That Will Defend the Publisher and Pro prletor of The Sus. Dover, Oct. 19.—Clement H. Congdon, publisher of the Wilmington Sun, came to Dover to-day and gave himself up to Sheriff Shaw for trial upon five counts for malicious criminal libel againBt United States Senator Richard R. Ken ney. The indictments were found against Congdon at laBt term of court, when he was out of the State. Sheriff Shaw, meantime, had been telegraphed for and lie left Dover not knowing what wanted, but brought back a $10,000 bond, signed by J. Edward Addicks. Mr. Congdon appeared at the county building today and gave bond, with Mr. Addicks as surety. At the same time he made inquiry whether the cases would actually be brought up next week at the opening of the Criminal Court. Mr. Congdon, when told that the ense would be taken up next week, in formed the Sheriff and a reporter that he was anxious to know, because he in tended to go to a little expense to defend himself and didn't want to have lawyers here to send back home. He then en tered these names of lawyers, who will defend the cases: De Lancey Nicoll, of New York; District Attorney George S. Graham, of Philadelphia; Norris S. Barratt, Assistant City Solicitor of Phila delphia; Walter H. Haves and Arthur C. Spruancc. of Wilmington, and Wil liam T. Smithers, of Dover .—Philadelphia was Ti Clement C. Congdon, of the Wilming ton Sun, has been here for two days, and the air is lull of rumors as to the cause of his visit to this town, lancey Niehol, of New York,and District Attorney Graham, of l'hiladelphia, have been retained to defend Congdqu if the case comes to trial .—Evening Journal. Dover, Oct. 20.—Clement H. Congdon, publisher of Tntc Sun, Wilmington, charged by Senator Kenney with crimi nal libel, came to Dover yesterday and bonded in the sum of $10,000 for his ap pearance for trial next week. J. Edward Addicks is his surety. Mr. Congdon savs he will be defended by De Lancey Nicholl, of New York, District Attorney Graham and Assistant City Solicitor Bar ratt, of Philadelphia, Walter If. Hayes and Arthur C. Spruance, of Wilmington, and William T. Smitlierg, of Dover. It is stated that Messrs. Smither and Bar rati will defend Eli M. Shilling, charged by Joint F. Saulsburv with criminal libel .—Every Evening. De The trial of the Democratic editor of Tim Sun, charged by Senator Kenney with iiljel, will take place in Dover next week. Mr. Congdon was required to furnish $10,000 bond for his appearance, which bond was signed by Mr. Addicks. It was only another case of excessive bail. Tiie propects are that Congdon would have just as readily appeared, if lie had been required to give $1 bail. He has shown his willingness to be on hand and meet the charges, with one of the brightest and most brilliant array of legal talent ever assembled at any trial in the State. We are willing to wait and see what the jury thinks of the charge preferred and bow they will treat Mien who arc not Delawareans within our borders.— Republican, BOUGHT BY TIIE READING. Sliures Purchased. q| IL , nminrs of the past two weeks rela t ; v( , l(1 t l, ( . purchase of the controlling in in the stock of the Wilmington & \ nrUien , Kail road, held by Colonel II. A. du Pont, of Wilmington, and his f r j e nds, and which was generally aecrib t . f j t 0 the new interests in tbe Baltimore ^ Ohio, wore finally sot at rest Wednes ( j. iv foy the announcement from the Ibading oflicea, late in the afternoon, that the Heading Company had become the owner and possessor of Colonel du Pout's stock and that of his friends. The Wilmington & Northern was oriffinally the Wilmington & Heading (tailroad. After the foreclosure of the latter company's first mortgage, together with that of the Berks County Kailroad, which had been organized in the interest ,,f t i le Wilmington & Heading, areorgani zalioll w as effected on January 18, 1877, under the name and title of the present corporation. At the same time a traffic arrangement wa8 entered into with the old Philadel p|,j a ^ Heading Hail road, by which the two roads practically became parts of the same system. The Wilmington & N«„*t hern, whose not hern terminus is at IGgii'n Gut, a few miles below Heading, i-ecured an entrauce into that citv over n,| ie ii a(i ks of the Philadelphia & Kead j n , r The puryjiaso by the Keuding Com p. inv of a controlling interest in the stock of the company will not, there fore, effect any material change in the railroad situation, but by the acquisition () f this property, the Reading Company obtains fuller and freer control of the |j ne nyvl will be enabled to operate it to uniter advantage in connection with its ,, W n system and give greater facilities to the business interests along the line. The Wilmington Northern has valuable torminals in Wilmington, including a |arge water front and wharves on the Delaware river, a few miles below that r .itv. The Reading Company will not mi<e physical posw^Hop of the property fur some weeks ypt, and it is stated that for the present no changes would be made in tire officers or emph^yes. Jnst how many of the 25.5(11 slmrcs of i he capital stock of the Wilmington & Northern Railroad the Reading Corn pany was obliged to purchase, could not ix* ascertained, but it is generally sup posed that fully 14.000, and possilily more, shares were secured, as it is known ihat beside looking afte** his own inter ests, Colonel du Pont was loyal to those •f his friends who have supported him m the management of the road, price paid is supposed to have been in i he neighborhood of $40 per share. The Wilmington A Northern Kail road 1'nshert Into Other Hands. The "The Fapmers' Bank at Georgetown ts holding worth lew paper,upon which money was raised to buy Democratic votes for the last ten years."—Jerome B. Bell, in the Sunday Star. 1 Mill fM Continued From Pace Ora. The vote in Thi Son's senatorial contest at 12 midnight stood m fol lows: Hon, George Grav. J. Edward Addicts. Col. Henrv A. du Pont... Kcv. Jonathan S. Willie.10011 William du Pont. William Michael Bvrne. Gen. James H. Wilson. Willard Saulsbury. Hen. Anthony Higgins. John G. Gray. Benjamin A. Hazell. Lewis C. Vandegrift.. George W. Marshall M. D. 0480 John Biggs. 6383 Horace Greeley Knowles.. Caleb R. Layton, M. D. H. H. Ward. George Massey Jones.. John P. Donahoe. Hugh C. Browne. J. Frank Allee. Howell S. England. Hon. Levin Irving Handy J. Witiiam Wagner. H. C. Moore, M. D.. Charles F. Rickards. A. L. Ainscow... Newell Ball. Rev. Leighton Coleman.... Victor H. Bacon. Anton Hauber. Victor de Han, Jr. Jolin.T. Dickey. William T. Records. Hiram R. Burton. Rev. M. X. Fallon. Andrew C. Gray. George J. Kloberg. Rev. W. J. Birmingham.. Daniel F. Stewart. •Willie M. Ross. J. Paul Lukens, M. D. Jerome B. Bell. Howard E. Staats. Mifflin D. Wilson. Andrew B. Jones. C. L. Meiler. Jeff Butler. R. McCadden. George Lodge.. C. H. Behringer. Francis Bradley. J. P. Malcom, M. D. Robert Adair. William C. Lawton. Harry W. Weyl. John G. Reed, Jr. Daniel F. Taylor. Carmen Di Mare. Thomas L. Scott. Win. II. Hill. Henry ltidgely... H. E. Hanf. David Dangel.. Dr. J. S. Prettyman, Jr. Thom is F. Holland. Albert W. Cummins. Edward Gipp. Frank H. Day. William Saulsburv. John McCaffrey. George Farnan. Thomas Fay. William C. Boyce. Louis Khineholt. Edward Giff. George Hall. Mark Pedrick. James Stewart. John F. Campbell..... Frank Cauzzo. Lee L. Maloney. Harry Fisher..'.,. William Gunn. Andrew Trainor. Clarence J. Pyle. Francis McD. Quinn. F. F. Holland. Joseph Martin. J. McDaniel. Daniel Akens. Patr'ck J. Black. L. Layton ... C. Ilcrdman. Fred Eden Bach. Patrick Dugan.. Edward Mulvey. James Aches........ Fritz Elser. J. Albert Curry. P. Charles Bogan. Samuel Booth . George Sperrle. Edwin R. Cochran, Jr. William S. Hilles. Joseph II. EvaLS....... E. G. Shortlidge, M. D. William W. Draper.. E. M. Hoopes. W. Scott Vernon... Daniel O'Neill. Horace Weldin. Stephen Boyer.,. W. II. Thornton. John S. 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Agents Herald WANTED ThePublic Herald WANTED We will Rive One year's subacrip tion to THE SUN and Ten centBnwh for one copy of either THE AGENTS HERALD or the PUBLIC HERALD, bearing any of the following dates:— 1876 —January, February, Match,, April, May, June, July, August, Sepr teuiber, October, November, Dficeffir ber. 1877 — January, February, Manuk, April, May, June,July, August, Sep tember, November, December; 1878 — February, March, April/ 1879 — -February, March,April, Mty June, July, September. 1880 — August, November, Decern* ber. 1890 —February, Donol send any dates net uauMd aSirv. Mtr dress THE SUN 2257 Van Pelt St.. Philefaljhie, Fe. 1 ..NO TAX ON DISTRIBUTORS!; —You ought to have tba Ufcwt dMU sions on tide aubjeot. Bead Om DbM. The Sun, Randolph Building, Philadel phia, Pa. hi: ill sS Saa either i have keen secured #ad wa t ered oat. KPWAMMIALES. CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVBRY Storvof tba FlilliMinas" by immuetoned by the Govern ment as Mcfat Historian to the War Department. Tba bank wae written In army Canine at Ban Franeieoo, on the Tadic with General Merritt, in the hoauiab at Honolulu, In Hoag Koag. In the American tranche! at Manila, In tba Insur gent (naps With AguinMdoAm the: deck of the Olympia with Dewey, and In tbe mar of tba bat tle at the fall of Manila. Bonenia for ayenta. Brimful of original picture! taken by government photographer! on tba spot. lap book, bow Bta. Freighl paid. Credit given, unofficial war books. Ootat free. Barber, Bec'y., 8M Dearborn St. oeuT-tara where for "Tba cee. Address, tTf. Ing, Washington, !!, c. elv. 11TANTED—M hope to eaU tha.Madajt adb W tlon of Tax Sen. Biggest salt on raaord last Sunday. Mon Pratt Apply lglBastttxth street. ANTED—A TV ware, l a g!tl— ln .papt ra kari a ata , with responsible oouoem. Apply at saen, Bax I. Philadelphia Pa. WANTED—Agents for "NO TAX ON AGENTS;" book contains twentyMx derisions of the hlgheet courts In the land, showing that agents, peddlers,auctloiiesn wd can v ssiira are exempt from all special lowu taxes and license fees: sells to every lawyer and city officials at well as to agents themselvse: send 26 c. plete copy of book and terms. THK Randolph Building. Philadelphia. tor SUN, No. 6, WANTED—A man ot all work. Must be handy with tools. Carpenter preferred. Steady employment. TOE SUN, 108 E. SfaCth'St. SlTdATIOM WAITEO-dMIES. WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. A d House bogy ox gear msker. Apply to Harnr Ih. SOT King street, city. w ANTED—POSITION AT ANYTHING BY » rirong young ran ol 23. Address, H. B., 4S8 Week Frost St., WtlmlagWa.' WANTED—By s mss of experience end euoe furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office. HELP WANTED—FEMALES, W ANTED-Wesaea to sell Brasstue. contract. A sals st every doer._ Manufactatlt^Oompaay, 64 North Elver street, Liberal -ITTAMT ED—A helf-growu white girl lor .house W work. Mete wegre. Addrra P. O. Box ltd, city. W ANTSD—Married lady eanyaran private books for Woataa. SU King la. re. orap.m to Mil WANTED—Four business girls to work In this city. Can make from g2.Mtoffi.Ma day. Apply between tand 11a.m., today at No. 1117 Ktt TUrtaeatk street WANTED— A Girl for general Houw and Dining room work. Must have good reference. Good wages for right girl. Address 'E" 100X E. Sixth St. 017. SITUATION WANTEO—hEMALES WANTED—POSITION AS INSTHUC tor In private (amity by a young Salary waatedlsutail, of Hm sat ex ot thtf office. WANTED—A poeltlowss kSeomrtira orAby thlng that I exit do, em! itill msln tk^n my boise, 1212 Hasld St., city: 8. A.O. thlsoffiM. i W ANT ED-tRnerereie stents, eltusrssx, - CtuF JtfffifiR*"Wro'Wrilra. -*44rra VI/aNTEO^ENERAL . AGENTS I KM A: V V new household Article lust cutj sells st every bouse,: cell ot IaMkIM' 1 HewlpMSRMiS ket street. JoHNID. w6,R« ' " INiYEKC4100.60 IN LIGHT ' manufacturing buslpecer* ACCOUNTANT DK 8 IHE 8 EHPLOY ment. to open j post «nd ok** books, pro pare trial fialsnces, bslsnce sheets and statemeats; books wTittea up period! oslly, And.temporsey eervkee oflered at small cost, ;D, 8 UN OFFICE. MAN WITH 976.00 TO tnonufaettnlimhiiri—i IIISOH IS peModMWMIW' ^ - . L Utfs office. I M, •m's BAY* BRoit! ItmiildM/ ,f1 iMkilfRd. h4 G. I0HSU an. OfK faffftl. above Mil 1 Uoodtfor s iMaa». seaa now, on. AA recen Mr. Lord fwaei fenAerly aadi toll ed ti a down east hustler, itgddn PhiMeWfr from A to L »■! Pa uo rail- m n Loid^-EMIMK 1 : iiyyid:) i nii nun: Are you open to 1 went aaawro .alary: orMmsaMt cuaxxauMD Mibu, f ♦o-wortlon til » are I AGENTS WUTEB^K Srj ll: ot IK'. T Hi tie LXHRi/! 1 liiLiiir '*h£ r -' r ' " u 11 .Mil 1 PERSONAL. WILUl PAUL KLO.—Important. Send your add ran to BLOOMHART, Mount Vernon, N. Y. JORDAN.—Relative, of William H. Jordan, de eeaaed, lata of the Btate of Indiana, may learn something to their Intercut by addressing ATTOK NKY8, Box 342, Herald Downtown, New York City. MRS. GEORGE P. UORKEN. formerly of 8k West 4Mb St, will hear something to her advan tage in communicating with J. F. Q., 1242 Broadway, New York. f f E ON wanted of Mary Norris, that Dr Lacy. 717 East 6th Ht. Please : 1211 Ht., N. Y„ and she will hear of anmething to her ad vantage, or write. IM to Ilv NATION wanted of A. H. Smith who Mil bone Octobers; IMS; age 17, wearing blue eodtandveet and striped trousers, gray cap. Communicate with W. 11. SMITH, 648 Lafayette are., Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colielt who reetded in Schenectady, N. Y., previous to 1884, In the family of Dr. Edward H. Wheeler, and wont under the name of Mary Wheeler while raiding In Schenectady; by communicat ing with the undenigned she will hear of some thing to her Interest IS. JUNO.Box«1S,Schenectady,N. Y. MRS. ROBERT SCALBS.-Wanted, Information regarding Mrs. Robert Scalea, whose husband died in New York about eight yean ago. After her husbaud'e death she was supposed to have If she should see this or an go jif t to Californi a person knowing where she Is, pleaee write to UNDSAY, Parkhlll, Out., Canada. LIBERAL reward will be paid for any lnfor ■nation as to whereabouts of W. E. Brewster who left his home 201 Praldent St, Brooklyn, night ol August SI, and has not been heard of since: height 5 feet 0 inches, weight 160, browti hair and -u»*»«he, partially bald on top head, blue eyes and fair complexion; gray worsted suit ol clothes straw hat and blafil meed shoes Address Mr*. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President St. Brooklyn, N. Y. WILUAM w. ITON, will for his own - .. ... —,cate at once with Mr. THUS VAN 8ICLEN, 141 Broadway, New ■k City. _ WILL JOHN MARTIN formerly Mth, communicate with MILLER, 1 DIXON, M Broadway, New York. be of 403 West PECKHAM & WILLIAMO'KEEFFE and MARTIN I.DEEGAN send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York Office. Box L0S9. Post WARD 8. HODBON, formerly of Brooklyn ltess to ACQUAINTANCE. 167 Hi . New York Cltv. send er 1 MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRUSH.—News ol tmpor Senoe. Any one knowing her address notify J„ A7( BMadwev. Brooklyn. N. Y. .INFORMATION wanted ol Ellen Pyne, mar I (so John Burke In North America 60 yean; UveJ taei 14K Bowery street. New York. INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts ol John Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad lira MARY PHILLIPS, 210 North 8th St.. Read ing; Fa. INFORMATION Is wanted as h> the where stoats of Marta Thels, wife of Charles Theta or their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER York. Pa. IF Frederick H. Deep* the undersigned, he will hear something t' his »jlvesu«e. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 23d St., New will send his address to ANY Information from Dontery Margaret Knud •aaFUndt. wife of C. J. H. knudsen Fllndt would gladly be received. Pleese address 116 idavenue N. Y. INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew Jhrlstie, lest heard of December »; wifi be thank fallyreorived by his brother, DAVID, box 466, White Plains N. Y. XNIGHT—Information wanted ol children ol Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn. Address WALTER COLLINS, 843 Washington street, Jersey City, N. J. INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Muni and heln or Frank and John De Muro. Address EXECUTOR. 226 West 136th St., New York City, Syracuse and Troy. Papers please copy. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son ol the late David Davidson, Writer, Coup*,, Angus Scotland, or any of his children, Address da V1D •UNCAN A SON. BoUcltors, Dundee, Scotland IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer. Wood borough, Notts, England, and Montreal. Canada, will apply to H. O. 8., 762 Lafayette fiv"' Naw York/ he will be gladly received. JCuittUDiq papers please copy.. , !'j lit aw FUERSTNER, ROIIEKT-if Robert Fueretp*:i Son 81 TsbltSTtu L. Fucrsfiitur, will communicate vrtth I'lMHlk/Stttx/k awl IIim/ok, 82« Biiiadwny; ' New York city, be will kretr of eomething to hV. - 44v%q«f«y.i rtf/t fant, wULliear Nbuiettniig to lit#-nitetaA by uom^' CAlt f i'£K; Attorneys, HU REESE * e, Wie. cll-ll llLUi INFORMATION: vrttitcd.u-Datiiel' E. Da veil- ; y.irt, formerly ot John JC. Gowen end (!>., oon :.t s.l:)l, JllliJ Me WMownNcwVork. formerly a butcher' 1 tti Greek Hotupton Row,, Dirmlntuanu England, 'ear*toatattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson hakeepear Villa. Hparkbi Birmingham, or "rirrf M * > , WANTED—John Jackson IF John Merlin,' who'left- -tbS English now* ,hlg liellcrophon shout 66 yeoni ago, is Mill lit— ;;(upo h o 1 nkeioheerW wHhL.A., 161 hi W5, I >n t ork. INFORMATION wsnted coiiccrnlBg. u»e„ kSNhlMutt .of Jemes rfirdy. of Donegal, Ire* .who tefl j^pie ln lm f® Atiet»fl»y,'aired iiifc n flSBBRlW V) (-SHOULD this.ineet the eye. ol any ol the rele. I BEBRIhHSRMipMawd ta'teeor hear th Maskek (L'l a n*t: ii r. vl ', HENRY 8. GRAY.-Intorifiatlon r wanted aboltl Henry n Gray, ol Toronto, last heard of In sdih int. HUGHBS ADWIGB are?. - u . , 10 .. , B, jiew he Mil HeAfU utp.hla advantage. Information la C?m t>> * 1 ^ fUlly rweW ^'G Py ' _ f ' ■!>'/ : m ' TCMH^BofoB Ton Airensieben, lat© of nM» #r twiw »ottI, cornar of 3»rd it., and f*h at«. T MHlBmTTJMm I JP#gipula» F mnHMiMil Ldwls, fiQlicitoF, Mjf p.raraw.„^on, EDK, Anyone kffiiHfi addrtss and communicating the same will-be q 1 hi 1 oi He ,„lt ) > ;.f y,H JL HON vantod Of CorneUus Shtehaa, 'heardlrtn him In Apiil. ftStl,' going to Stocktoo.tal.i fathorciaUU' StioM. Raw York Western p***-- *»-"--3*' 9 'j 11 ■ A :i. Ljf-auJ:"' ' ATI OR wanted of the descendants b Ijffill 0'Nsll, who, in ' 1S46 (it Is ba o *■ 6 resided >at 184 :rt. 6Y r WntMB l !' o.'i lli v 41111.0 'Bimaq'iC HSnry street, 1 1 interest jB'pn isroadtrav. 1, t ia 5fJ|7jlCJ^f!lb 4 fL'bA. (m JM'ii