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Indications for to-dsy are that part ly thir; slightly warmer weather will prevail, with variable wiuds. To morrow .clear,slightly colder weat her. SUN fHEa WILMINGTON, DEL. Clement H. (longdon, Sole Owner. Entered at the Wilmington PoatOttoe as Second Class Matter. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1867 DELMARVIA TELEPHONE 124 Business Office and Editorial Uooms, No. 103 East Sixth St. M t hanical Department, No. 103 East Sixth St. THE SUN is published every day it 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. Monday, October 24,1898 Goon morning! Do you buy in Wil mington? In his interesting annual report the Chief of Naval Ordnance enlarges more upon the work accomplished during the war than upon the lessons to be drawn from it. No attempt is made to parade the achievements of the bureau, but it is easy to read within the lines that its administration is marked by the intelli gence and efficiency which characterize all the other divisions of the Navy De partment. The programme for the future is satis factory in promise. A perfectly reliable smokeless powder, made upon the bureau's formula from soluble nitro cellulose dissolved in ether-alcohol, is now issued to the service, and will re place, save for target practice, the brown powder hitherto supplied. The applica tion of the rapid fire principle to many 6 inch guns and to two 8-inch guns is in line with the trend of modern ordnance development, and foretells a desirable increase in the energy of our guns. The employment of electric powder for operating turrets and ammunition hoists is strongly recommended, and severe testa of armor plates face hardened under a new process have yielded such gratify ing results as to encourage the hope that superior and more extended protection, with less weight, has been secured. The registration of Saturday more than met the expectations of the two great political parties, Democrats and Republicans. The registration shows that over 5,000 of 7,000 unregistered voters decided io retain their citizenship and not become disfranchised. The result is extremely gratifying and denotes that more than the usual inter est is being taken in the coming Novem ber election. The light of Mrs. Botkin and tier law yers to prevent herexirauition from ban Francisco to this State, for the fiendish crime which ahe committed through tlie mails, will be decided by tbc Judges oi the Supreme Court ol that State to-day. ft la to be hoped that in tlie cause ol humanity Iney will send tlie murdereat, fur bucIi ahe is, here, to be tried fur i crime which has shocked tlie inhabit ants of two continents. Of course Spain is displeased with liet failure 10 shin some part of her debt of millions on the shoulders of some other nation.Any nation that owed four or five hundred millions of dollars that it coulu not pay would feel disappointed over a failure to unload those debts. But that makes little difference. Spain lmitst learn the meaning of t he good old Anglo Saxon phrase "gi.u and bear it.' General Joseph Wheeler lias in the present Congress and a''sure thing' on one in the next, but he is pertina ciously sticking to his military engage ments. The General lias had ful life, but, still, it is not too much to say that there is a great future for him. lie is one of the heroes of the war about whose politics there is no question. a seat an event "It looks very much as if Teddy Roosevelt would be the logical running mate for McKinley in 1900." deed. No, in It will be Roosevelt for first place or nothing. If he is not elected Gov ernor of New York there will be noth ing for him to to do, politically, but settle buck to the occupation of a Civil Ser vice deformer. "The Farmers' Bank at Georgetown is holding worthless paper,upon which money was raised to buy votes for the last ten years."—Jerome B. Bell, in the Sunday Star. Democratic Advertise in Tub Sun. The vote in Th* Sum', senatorial contest at 12 midnight stood as fol lows: Rev. Jonathan 8. Willis. Col. Henry A. du Pont. Hon. George Gray. J. Edward Addicts. William du Pont. Gen. James H. Wilson. William Michael Byrne. Willard Saulsbury. Hen. Anthony Higgins. John G. Gray. Benjamin A. Hazell. Lewis C. Vandegrift. George W. Marshall M. D.. John Biggs. Horace Greeley Knowles. Caleb K. Layton, M. D. H. H. Ward. George Massey Jones. Hugh C. Browne. John P. Donahoe. Howell S. England. J. Frank Allee. Hon. Levin Irving Handy . J. William Wagner. H. C. Moore, M. V . Charles F. Rickards. A. L. Ainscow. Rev. Leighton Coleman. Newell Ball. Victor II. Bacon. Victor de Han, Jr..A. Anton Hauber. John T. Dickey. William T. Records. Hiram K. Burton. Rev. M. X. Fallon. Andrew C. Gray. George J. Kloberg. Rev. W'. J. Birmingham. Willie M. Ross. Daniel F. Stewart. J. Paul Lukens, M. D. Jerome B. Bell. Howard E. Staats. C. L. Meiler. Andrew B. Jones. Jeff Butler.-. R. McCadden. Mifflin D. Wilson. C. H. Behringer. George Lodge . Francis Bradley. Robert Adair. J. P. Malcom, M. D. William C. Lawton. Harry W. Weyl. Henry Ridgeiy. John G. Reed, Jr. Daniel F. Taylor. Carmen Di Mare. Win. H. Hill. 1'homas L. Scott. H. E. Hanf. David Daagel.. Dr. J. S. Pretty man, Jr. Edward Gipp. Thom is F. Holland. Frank H. Day. Albert W. Cummins. William Saulsbury. Louis Rhineholt. John McCaffrey. George Farnan. Thomas Fay. Edward Gift. William C. Boyce. George Hall. John F. Campbell. . Mark I'edrick. Frank Cauzzo. James Stewart. Lee L. Maloney. Harry Fisher. William Gunn. Andrew Truinor. Clarence J. Pyle. Francis McD. Quinn. F. F. Holland. Joseph Martin. J. McDaniel. Daniel Akens. Patrick J. Black. L. Layton. C. Herdmati. Fred Eden Bach. Patrick Dugan. Fritz Eleer. I. Albert Curry. P. Charles Bogan. Nimuel Booth . ... George Sperrle. Edwin R. Cochran, Jr. William S. Hilles. loseph H. Evat.s. E. G. Sliortlidgo, M. I). William W. Draper. E. M. Hoopes. W. Scott Vernon. Daniel O'Neill. Horace Weldin . Stephen Boyer . W. H. Thornton. John S. Bodey. .10920 .10877 .10754 .10733 .10143 .10004 9993 9590 854H 8457 . 8210 7310 0752 ms 4718 4717 4093 3730 3698 3653 2967 2742 2676 . 2460 1799 . 1221 1152 1049 1025 989 8! if. 833 682 . 628 621 . 611 487 475 416 406 389 357 330 263 , . U® . }"■ 180 173 171 197 DO 117 . 109 . 101 87 86 83 . 80 78 77 79 75 97 63 5S 49 48 47 49 45 44 39 39 38 37 35 32 29 27 25 24 21 20 19 18 15 13 10 9 8 3 3 2 ] 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 TKHPLE OF FAME. Society Event of the Season to be Opened at the Opera House To-night. The Grand Opera House will present pretty scene this evening wfien the • Temple of F'aine" will be opened at that place of amusement. The Temple of F'aine is in charge of tlie society folk of this city, and will be *iven for the benefit of the Delaware Hospital which is badly in need of funds, mid the managers of the institution as follows: Mrs. F\ L. Gilpin, Mrs. F'. B. F. Mil ler, Mrs. James A. Hart, Mrs. Charles G. Rumford, Mrs. H. B. None Elwood C. Jackson, Mrs. Lamotte du Pont, Mrs. John Bancroft, Mrs. Alice Fh Johnston. Mrs. Willard Hall Porter, Mrs. VV. 1\ Sellers, Mrs. William G. Mendinhall, Mrs. VV. H. Jones, Mis Anna L. Lea and Miss S. Canelia Boe are Mih. man. The Delaware Society of the Colonial Dames have in charge the Colonial Booth, the committee being as follows: Mrs. Charles G. Rumford, chairman; Mrs. E. T. Warner, Miss Anna Canby, Mrs. W. P. Johnston, Mrs. diaries R. Miller, Mrs. Henry A. du Pont, Miss Cornelia Staples, Miss Ridglev, Mrs. William Lea, Mrs. M. K. Maull, Nathalie Woodhall, Mrs. F. W, Curtis, Miss Louise Curbit, Mrs. M. P. Ward' the Misses Draper, Miss du Pont, Miss Jessie Elliott, Miss Edith Spruance, Miss Mary Bringhurst, Miss Emma Swift, Miss Kittie Wilson, Mrs. Wallis. The lemonade and flower booth will be under the same auspices, with tlie following committee: Mrs. Linton Smith, Mrs. Charles Mcllvaine, Mrs. Lewis Bush, Mrs. Peter Wright, Miss Elizabetl Bringhurst, Miss Emilv Mcllvaine, Miss Eleanor Betts, Miss Emma Bush, Mrs. Charles W. Bush. The booth of the Daughters of the American Revolution has its aids from its own society, and is specially in charge of Miss Annie Lea, chairman; Mies So phie Waples, M Mrs. Turner. They will make a specialty of beautiful fancy articles of paper, including lamp shades, dinner cards, guest books and other articles. In connection with this booth will be Minn rs. Daniel ('orbit and the package booth, Miss Jane Lea, chairman .assisted by Mrs. Preston Lea, Mrs. Charles M. Curtis, Miss Alice Lea, Mrs. John Briggs, Miss Helen Sparks, Mrs. Jennie Lea, Mrs. Edward Betts. The bric-a-brac booth is to be in charge of Mrs. J. Ernest Smith, aided by Mrs. John J. Black, Mrs. WalterTatnall, Mrs. Harry T. Gause, Mrs. Walter 1). Bush, Mrs. S. Hodman Smith and a corps ot young ladies to assist. In the dances will be all the leading society girls and debutantes of Wilming ton. The dances, which are thirteen in number, will naturally be the chief at traction every evening. The dance of all nations, in charge of Mrs. LaMotte du Pont, the dance of the Thirteen States, in charge of Mrs. Willard Hall Porter, and the Japanese dance, under the leadershipof Mrs. John P. Hales, and the "cake walk," being arranged by Mrs. Alfred du Pont, will be among the most noticeable. This last named dance will be led by Alfred I. du l'ont, and is composed of thirteen society folks of Wilmington, who will blacken up for the occasion. In this, Mr. Albert Bartram Kelly, of Philadelphia, will sing a coon song, which is said to be inimitable. In the Japanese dance Miss Isabel Wales, wliose voice is so well known here, will TWENTY YEARS IN COURT. _ New j ersey- Delaware Fishery Boun. siog a solo. dary Dispute Case Again Post poned at Washington. On Saturday, the Supreme Court at Washington again postponed for another term the ease of the State of Delaware against the State of New Jersey, involv ing a dispute between the two Common wealths over their fishing boundaries. The case has been before the Supreme „ , , _ , Court since 1877, when the Delaware Legi 9 !nture enacted a fisheries law, and a temporary injunction was obtained by ; the .Attorney-General of New Jersey to j to nrevent its enforcement. i the hearing has been postponed from j term to term by agreement of counsel in i he hope that the legislation might be enacted by the New Jersey Legislature u> that the two Slates might agree as to ihe boundaries and privileges enjoyed >y the citizens of the other. This was once near realization, the Legislature of New Jersey passing the needed bill, but the,Governor vetoing it. Of the counsel who have a the case are E. L, Stanton, Atta, F. T. Frelinghuysen, and S. H. Grey for New Jersey, and T. F. Bayard, G. H. Bates and George Gray for Dela ware. Mr. Bates, in asking for another post ponement, said the hope had not been Abandoned that the necessary legislation would yet be enacted, and lie further isked that it be paused over, owing to tlie absence of ins colleague, Senator Gray, who is now in Paris as one of the Spanish-American Peace Commissioners. Chief Justice Fuller granted the request for postponement. in The King Appeared i Jacob Van Popular Barber Moves. Harrv M. Cashell, Wilmington's most famous barber, who has been proprietor of the Clayton House barber shop for a number oi' years, has sold that business, and will operate bis new shop, No. 825 Market street, two doors above Wilming ton Hotel, opposite Grand Opera House. LEGAL NOTICES. To Whom It May Concern: Charles s Horn, residing at No 720 West Ninth street, Wilmington. Delaware, is in i nected with the Diamond Printing C 100% East Sixth street, Wilmington, All persons are hereby cautioned against, paying any money to him or entering into any contract or agreement with him ns a representative of the said Diamond Printing Com pan v. N. J. CONG DON, Sole Owner Diamond Printing Company, August 10. 1898. ay c pany, No. Delaware. BIG FREE SAMPLE TO AGENTS. Sen your address at once and secure agency in vour town for " BUG-FITS. Roach F. jU. Kills Cockroaches, Ants ar.-l all Bugs. .Send 2c. stamp for postage. Nat. Chein. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. i JNGU ES OF THE TKIBES. i > T One hundred and sixty lan gu iges and dialects perfectly re pro luced in a 64-page book. You can secure a copy for a. Dime. Ii marvelous collection, of a is a rare historic and educational in terest and importance. Address B. C. Lee, Box 87, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. R District Map of Delaware Tlie STATE SENTINEL of Dover is hav ing prepared and will soon be ready to deliver a New Map of Delaware, giving tlie boundaries of the Representative and Senatorial Districts as provided by the New Constitution. $1,10 will secure this valuable Map and tlie State Sentinel for one year. The number is limited; subscribe at once. New subscribers will receive the paper the balance of this year free. Address, with remittance, The State Sentinel. Dover, Del. s CAMERA You can photograph anything. Instantanei u> »r time exposure. We prepare all apparatus, plates, chemicals, etc., you follow directions. Anyone with this camera can soon learn the art >f photography. It will lx- a nice present for vacation. Get It now. Teach yourself. Pre pared plates only 26 cents per dozen. Lots of fun for 2 cents. By mail $1.00. OTHER INVENTIONS. 1 have a device for turning music leaves while playing, very simple. No springs, turns leaves •ither way—a peculiar movement, jierfect con struction, and only 81.50 by mail. Here is a great chance for agents. Remember, it is my vention, my own patent, my own manufacture, •ny own territory and my own price. In i Craig's Common School Question Book with 8,500 questions and answers. By mail $1.15. "PROS* ANO CONS." an outline of de bates on the public questions of the day. Send for Pros, and Cons. By mail, 1.15. "THE SCIENCE OP FINANCE." Do you want to)>ost yourself on bimetallism, banking. I-total Savings? By mail 85c. These t*x>k* are /ii production. Address, A M. CRAIG. Mukwnnago, Wis inv CHEMICAL WHISKEY Dr 11 T ALLEN Money in it. Recipe 59c, Box 162 Laurinburg, N C MEETS WANTED. The masses will have what | ^ wan t cost what it may. ! High-priced medicines have had their day and the pool and al fljcted may now enjoy the bene - f 1 , .. J 1 . of carefully prepared, pure remedies at practically nominal p r jces. The physicians con , , . , j * : • „ C Dec ifi c neciea W1I11 Louisiana apecinc Laboratory have prepared a num ber 0 f standard cures which are offered to the public at the lowest prices convenient with pure ; preparations. These standard cures cannot be bought of druggists. By send ing your orders direct to the Louisiana Specific Laboratory, Lake Charles, Louisiana, you are sure to receive pine, fresh drugs properl)' compounded and Por our New Book. FOR MEN ONLY. Write for terms. R. Lusby, Vinton la. TAKE TM Di TIG j carefully packed. . In ordering; the following , , " _• ..." standard cures please give the number of the remedy nedeed. j jf taken in time one supply will ; e " ec t a Permanent cure. j j i ! TAKE THEM IN TIE NVme of Cure. Price. No. ! i Headaches 2 Fevers, Congestion, Inflam mation. i 3 Coughs,Colds,Bronchitis. 12c 4 Dyspepsia, II e a r t b u 1 n , Stomach Pains. 5 Diseases of the heart. 25c 6 Hoarseness from colds, singing, speaking. 7 Constipation, chronic or acute. 8 Rheumatism or Rheu matic Pain. 9 Catarih, cold in the head, etc. 10 Colic 11 General Debility 12 Nerve Diseases, requiring Tonics and Stimulants. 18c 13 Worms, fever caused by them. 14 Neuralgia, Neuralgic pains. 15 Malaria. 16 Diarrhoea—Dysentei.v. ior 17 Female complaints (fully state your case,). 18 Male complaints (fully state your ca- e). 19 Scrofula, lilotches or Pim ples. 20 Kidney Diseases. 21 Sore or Weak Eyes. 16c 22 Dropsy. 23 Ulcerated or Sore Throat. 50c 24. Piles, Hlind, Bleeding or Itching. 25 Croup Hi Use this and call in a doctor instantly. 20c 26 Gonorrhoea, three-day cure. 27 Eczema. 28 Tonsilitis. 29 La Grippe, Influenza. 19c 30 Hay Fever. IOC I2C IOC IOC IOC I2C 15 c IOC 16c I2C IOC I2C 5 ot I2C IOC ICC I2C 220 5°c 16c 28 c 16c TAKE THEM II TIE Address all orders and coinmuni cations to the LOUISIANA SPECIFIC LABORATORY Lake Cha*lQ«. Louisiana. Agents Herald WANTED The Public Herald WANTED We will give One year's subscrip tion to THE SUN and Ten cents cash for one copy of either THE AGENTS HERALD or Ihe PUBLIC HERALD, bearing any of the following dates:— 1876 —January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, Sep tember, October, November, Decem ber. 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 ber. 1890 —February. Donot send any dates not named abuve. Ad dress THE SUN 2257 Van Pelt St. § Philadelphia, Pa. BE A MAN ' Ph y s,cal v| b DC. H IVI HIM . an( i mental ac tivity restored perfectly by the use of Talbot's Tonic. This purely vegetable prepaiatioo corrects the errors of youth, enlarges the organs, and postively bene fits the whole system. Sent securely sealed in plain package for One Dollar. Address TALBOT'S DISPENSARY, Box 87 Wilkes-Barre Pa. CIRCULARS, SAMPLES, etc., carefu'ly distributed; signs tacked up. A No. t reference. Address, C. S. Roslioti, 34 N. 32d St. Harrisburg, Pa. Situation* or help adver tisement* In THE SUN will be run for 25 cen h until either have been secured ami ordered out. HELP WANIED—MALtS. \ CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED KVKKY where lor "The story of the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, eoni missioned by the Govern ment as official Historian to the War Department. The iook written lit army Camps at Hail Fraiu-isco, on the Pact lie with General Merritt, in the iiospitain at Honolulu, in Hour Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insur gent camis with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the Olympia a ith Dewey, and in the roar of the bat tle at the full of Manila. Bonanza f.*r a ents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on the spot. Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit fn Address, F. T. Barber, fiee'y., 36(5 Dcartiorn F Chicago. nctl7-lino WANTED—Plasterers at new postoffice build ing, Washington, D. C. Apply immediately. R. HORNER. W ANTED—60 boys tlon of The tiUN. last Sunday. More Prom. Apply iff* East Sixth street. to Bell the Sunday tdi* Biggest sale on record ANTED—A man in every to vn in Dela ware. Legitimate, paying lusiness, with Apply at once, Box 8, W resiionslhle concern. Philadelphia 1'a. WANTED— AgentB for "NO TAX ON AGENTS;" book contains twenty-six decisions of the highest courts in the laud, showing that agents, peddlers, auctioneers and canvassers are exempt from all special town taxes ami license fees; sells to every lawyer and city olflctals as well as to agents themselves; send 26c, for oc.T. plete copy of book and tcrniB. THE SUN, No. 6, Randolph Building, Philadelphia. WANTED-A man ot all work. Must be liaudy with tool*. Carpenter preferred. Steady employment. THE SUN, 103 E. Sixth St. SITUATION WANTED-MALES. WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN. A position os Ixx 1 y or gear maker. Apply to Harry Smith, 602 King street, city. ANTED—POSITION AT ANYTHING BY a strom.' young man of 23. Address, H. R., 406 West Front at., Wilmington, Del. W WANTED—By a man of experience and ability, a place where he can earn a living, book keeping, office work, *kc. Salaiy nominal. Refer ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office. HELP WANTED—FEMALES. ANTED—Women to sell Brassine. Liberal contract. A sale at every door. Brassine North River street, W Manufacturing Company, 54 Wllkesbarre. Pa. AIT ANTED -A half-grown ?V work. State wages. 152, citv. W ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell private books for women. 613 King street, white girl for house Address P. O. Box S a. m. or 6 p. in WANTED—Four business girls to work in this city, van make from $2 r>0to83.00 a day. Apply between Hand 11a.m., today ut No. 1117 East Thirteenth street. WANTED— A Girl for general Hou e and Dining room work. Must have good reference. Good wages for right girl. Address 'E" 100% E. Sixth St. City. SITUATION WANTED—hEMALES WANTED—POSITION AS 1XSTKUO tor in private family by a young lady of fine morals and spiritual training ami excellent edu cation, and u former school teacher of reputation. Salary wanted is small. Address this office. WANTED-A position as a Seamstress or any thing that I can do, and still maintain my home, Address Emma K. Smith, 1212 Heald St., city. WANTED—by a young lady, position as cashier. Good references, Address S. A. G. this office. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTKI)—Eiteryt.tluunties, either.tx. Char* .eter liiu.-l lx.*ar strictest investigation. SUN other. Aiidrun ANTED.—GENERAL AGENTS FOR A new household article just out; sells at every house. Call at Lafayette Hotel, .SM Mar ket street. JOHN D. WILEHER. MAN TO INVEST $100.0(J IN LIGHT manufacturing business—large piofits—no fake. P. O. Box L, 295, City, ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EM FLO Y rnent to open, peat and close books, pre pare trial balances, balance sheets and statements ; books written up periodi cally, and temporary services offered ut small cost. 1), SUN OF'FICE. w MAN WITH $75.11.) TO INVEST IN manufacturing business—2 0 per cent, profit. L this office PER SURE) Ot DAY s £btttf.s°sW. DO you want honorable, steady employ ment the year round, at good wages, at your own borne or to travel? If eo, send 4o in stamps for .our wholesale price-list and particulars. We furnish best of banlc references. Aftil Deu-olt, ivilo G. MONEY Not Confederate. One $5 bill Free. THJfi GUIDE TO WEALTH tells it all. A |5 Book for Ml. One of the above bill Free if you send now. Circulars. Rare Goods for stain (is. J. A. Johnson, Hubbardston, .Mass. /THE following is a reproduction of a postal w recently received from a down east hustler. Mr. Lord was formerly located in Philadelphia an <7 knows the agency business from A to Z Parties who are interested in agency work will do well to immediately correspond with Mr. Lord.—EniToit. CUMHKKLAND Ml LI A ME. Dear Friend: Are you open to an agency offer ? I want an agent in your locality to work on salary or commission. 1 will give you a #5u u|> pointment, and forfeit $50 if you do not clear *150 a month. If you are interested, enclose 20 cents to cover mailing expense, for full particu lars, contract and two samples, the regular price of which is 50 cents. All sent fully pre|taid. As to my responsibility, 1 refer you to the Mayor, Postmaster, Express Agent, or any business house. I f we do not hear from you at once, 1 shall not hold the (losition ofien to you. Yours truly, EDWIN B. LORD. AGENT8 WANTED — tmmm •tjwpan.^ 6 CUP8. Nothing like It. . Sell* on sight. , Vg Agent* double their ' V money. Eggs poach- 4 ' 1 ed in two infnuten. Be nret in the field. r Sample br ms f, .1 ....... , .. , . , _ _ 1 IWW1 Ctreu lan Judlclomly mailed 11.00 Ship IVVU prepaid. «-Qulc« resell* fri.m We,tern buvtri. K. B.Klllv.ilSouth Biuuo wav. Sv.Lout*. Mo «*nt«. "liver or utAmpn. Address, 1 » WISE A OO.a Slanufaetui-ors, BUTLER* OHlC PERSONAL WANTED—Theaddress of N. Cameron, who! formerly lived in 28th St. Address STONE, MO Herald, New York. WILL John Tregoning communicate with HIRAM 8. MAXIM, care Winslow h Lanier, 11 Nassau 8t., New York. _ WILLIE PAUL ELO.-Important Send your address to BLOOMHART, Mount Vernon, N. Y. ML'NSO, Mrs. M. E.—Please communicate personally or by letter with C. F MILLER, No. 6 M St., New York City. _ JORDAN.—Relatives ot William H. Jordan, de ceased, late of the State ol Indiana, may team something to their Interest by addressing ATTOR NEYS, Box 24:!, Herald Downtown, New York City. MRS. GECKOE F. GORKEN. formerly ol *1 West 45t!i St, will hear something to her advan tage In communicating with J. F. Q., 1242 Kroadway, New York. INFORMATION wanted of Mary Norris, that lived with Mrs. De Lacy, 747 East oth Bt. Please call at 247 West 126 Ht„ N. Y„and she will hear of something to her advantage, or write. INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Smith who left home October 3,1828 ; age 17, westing blue coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap. Communicate with W. H. SMITH, MB Lafayette ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colfelt .vho resided in Schenectady, Ni.X, previous to 1884, in the fainiiy of Dr. Edward H. Wheeler, and went under the name of Mary Wheeler while residing in Schenectady ; by communieat* ing with the undersigned she will hear of some* tiling to her interest. J. S. JUNO. Box 6.6, Schenectady, N. Y. MRS. ROBERT SCALES.—Wanted, Information Mrs. Robert Beales, whose husband York about eight years ago. After her husband's death ahe was supposed to have gone to California. If she should see this or an (person knowing where she is, please write to LINDSAY, Parkhlll, Out,, Canada. regarding died in Ne v. LIBERAL reward will be umLion as to whereabouts of left ids home 201 President tit, Brooklyn, night of August 31, and has not been heard of alnce: height 6 feet 9 inches, weight 160, brown hair ana mustache, |iartially bald on top head, blue eyes and lair complexion; gray worsted suit of clothes straw hat and black laced shoes paid W. 1 for any infor E. Brewster who Address Mrs. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President 81 Brooklyn, N. Y, WILLIAM W. LABBERTON, will for lilt own benefit please communicate at once with Mr. ARTHUR VAN tilCLKN, 141 Broadway, New York City. WILL JuHN MARTIN formerly of 403 West 64th, communicate with MILLER, BECKHAM <fc DIXON, 80 Broadway, New York. WILLIAM O'KKKFFEand MARTIN I.DEEGAN send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York I'ost Office. Box 1.909. HOWARD 8. HUDSON, formerly of Brooklyn please send address to ACQUAINTANCE. 167 Her* ild Downtown. New York City. MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRUSH.-News of impor tanee. Any one knowing her address notify J„ 376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar led John Burke in North America 60 years; liveJ last 14% Bowery street. New York. INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts o! lohn Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad* lress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th st.. Read ing, Pa. INFORMATION is wauted as to the where abouts of Maria Theis, wife of Charles Theis or choir children. Address E. W. SPANGLER York, l'a, IF Frederick H. Deepe will send his address to die undersigned, he will hear something Ml vantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 28d tit.. New York Citv. ANY Information from Iromery Margaret Knud ten Fltndt. wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Fllndt would gladly be reeeived. Please address 110 Id avenue N. Y. INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew Christie, last heard of December *j; will U. -L—. hilly received by his brother, DAVID, box 486, White PlaiiiB N. Y. KNIGHT—Information wanted of children of Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn. Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Washington street, Jersey City,;N. J. INFORMATION warned of Lillian De Muro And heirs or Fruuk and John De Muro. Address EXECUTOR, 226 West 136th St., New York City, Syracuse and Trov. Papers please copy. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son of .he late David Davidson, Writer, Coupai, Angus . Scotland, or any of his children, Address DAVID DUNCAN tit SON'. Solicitors, Dundee, Scotland. IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. crlcketei, Wood borough, Notts, England, and Montreal, Canada, will apply to H. o. S., 762 Lafayette av., New York, ne will be gladly received. Cuban (tapers please copy. EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wis., last heuid fi rant, will hear something to munieating with REESE <fc CARTER, Attorneys, DodgeviHe, Wis. in New York, employed in a rrsiau t ar something to nis interest by com* INFORMATION wanted.—Daniel E. haven |sirt, formerly of John E. Uowen and Co., eon traetors, or hi* heirs, will nlea*e eotnmunlcate with WILLIAM Z. McKINLEY, m Herald, Downtown New York. WANTED—John Jackson, frrmerly a butcher in (.rout Hampton Row, Birmingnam, England, who many years ago went to America under the name of Janies Johnson, and traded for some eattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson (if alive), is now entitled to property in England. Information to WILLIAM JACKtiON (brother), Shakes(>ear Villa, Hparkld Birmingham, or THURhFIELD & MEtitiJTER Solicitors, Wsdnea* bury, Euglaud. years JOSEPH I1UNN1S—A native ol Russia, known Here ns Joseph Emils, Is required to eominuul :ate with his brother, Major F. HunnJs, St. Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate Geueral ol Russia 24 State street New York. IF John Martin, who left the English navy dilp Bellerophon about 30 year, ago, 1, still Uv .1IK, bin mother, Jane Martin (nee Bransell), would like to hear Irom him. Communicate Uv letter with L. A., an Kycrsou St., Brooklyn, New York. INFORMATION wanted concerning the whereabouts of James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire land, w ho left home In IsUl for Australia: any information will be gratefully reeeived by hfs sister, Kate Ilardy, 120H Locust street. Philadel phia, Pa. .SHOULD this meet the eye ol any of the rela tives of Catherine or Beniamin Hough, formerly jf Stock iiort, England, MR. FREDERICK tEARD will lie pleased to see or hear from them, tddress British bteamshiR Energia, Market it. vhorf New York. HENRY S. GRAY.—Information wanted about Henry ri. Gray, ot Toronto, lout heard of in gum* Jier of 1893, when a bookkeeper with 8imondi Mfg. Co.. Long Island City, and living at wards' Hotel, Greennoint. Address CARTER, DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York Ed HUGHEti dc Gity If Theodore Hummel, oi Entigen, Oberampt Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his home in Moess* ngcu In February, 1890. will communicate with Post Office l)ox 183, New Yor*, he will hear >f something to Ills advantage. Information io •egard to him will be thankfully reeeived. Western i«iters please copy. TO the Baron Von Alvensieben, late of Fifth ivenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st., and 6th eve. Vew York!—You are particularly requested :o m muni cate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, 20 3ucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing ;hc address and communicating the same will be *e warded. to INFORMATION wanted of Cornellun Sheehan, *>n of Patrick F., born ai 338 East 47th tit., city; left home, 736 hast 143d tit., 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. 8end any in formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 736 East 143d Western papers please copy, titieet, New York INFORMATION wanted of the descendant* o Henry Caldwell O'Neil, who, in 1846 (it la be ieved) resided at 37 Centre street, and also he descendento of Alexander McClure, who. 895 resided at 134 Henry street, both of wn _ Avned or had some interest in premises Nos. 9Ui u. to. and 96 Mulberry .treet, In the city of Na« York. FRKliRKICk BELTZ, Counsellor at Law. Ml Broadwtv. Now York oWv. In om 8