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Indication* for to-daj are that part ly cloudy to cloudy weather will pre vail, preceded by rain tn the northern district*, with briak southerly and southwesterly winds; probably high ou the coasts; followed by slowly foil inn temperature. To-morrow, probably fair and cooler weather. SUN. THE WiLMlAGTOJN, DEL. Clement H. Uongdon, bole Owner. Entered at the Wilmington Post Office as second Class Matter. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1667 DELMARV1A TELEPHONE 124 Siuuness UiUce and Editorial Rooms, No. 103 East Sixth bt. Mechanical Department, No. 103 East bixth bt. 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 tiie publica tion office by mail or telephone. Wednesday, October 26,1898 Good morning! Do you buy in Wil mingt.on? A ootempobaby remarks that "Presi dent McKinley has the happy faculty ot making neat little speeches." That's so; and it is no discourtesy to the President to add that the head-line artists find but little material in them to make cap tions out of. A man in California, who attempted to hypnotize a cub lion, was hypnotized himself. The lion made no passes, and employed nothing occult or out of the ordinary run of things. He simply bit and scratched, and the hypnotist "sleeps the sleep that knows no waking." The members of the Board of Educa tion have at last taken cognizance of the fact that there are too many children running the streets, and have secured one building which they will have ready for occupancy within the next week. This is a step in the right direction, and the Board should also see to it tliat all educational facilities be given to the young folks, and thus maintain the ex cellent reputation held by the city for providing everything pertaining to the education of the pupils under their care. The mighty brain of Samuel Bancroft, journalist, is torturing itself just now about the result of the election. The dignified second page of his paper, the Every Evening, contains nothing else. Just what Mr. Bancroft will do when election day deprives him is doubtful. If we might presume to suggest a scheme, those charges against the Levy Court might be cleared up. Then again he might find profit and pleasure bined in explaining why Every Evening suppresses the news. The people nf Kent county would not feel unkindly towards him should lie see fit to apologize for his insulting remarks in accusing them of endorsing thievery. There are lots of tilings he might do along this line. We only suggest these because they are the freshest. Oh, no! YVe don't charge anything. Always willing to help anybody out of trouble. cn in distinguished It is interesting to learn in connection, with the existing naval activity abroad that Admiral Hamann, a French sea officer, lias, on relinquishing his command, borne very high testimony to the excellent gunnery of his fleet. The satisfaction lie derives from this is due to a belief, fortified by our late ex . . . . periences, that in naval actions the last word remains with the gun. All else, he declares, is futile, for brilliant evolu tions, manoeuvres wisely conducted and attractive schemes of exercises will prove tobe "a deceptive mirage" if they neg lect the immediate factors of combat and fail to develop the maximum offensive power based on accuracy and discipline of gun fire. The good results attained are said by Admiral Hamarin to be due to persist ency of drill and open sea work, where problems of attack and reconnoiseance were multiplied, and where navigation by dav and night and in all kinds of weather conspired to develop the naval spirit and character of the personnel. This accords with our theories, for to the lessons learned in seagoing squad rons and to unceasing gun drill are due the efficiency and discipline which counted for so much in the rigorous blockade, in the skirmish and scouting, and in the naval battles which brought such glory to our arms. The action of the Supreme Court of California in the famous Botkin more than a remarkable miscarriage of justice. Even leaving oi.t all considera ti in of the question of Mrs. Botkin's guilt or innocence of the charge of which she stands accused, it must be admitted that this State has offered sufficient cir cumstantial evidence of guilt to warrant her extradition and trial. A legal quarrel, notwithstanding this case 18 status of affairs, appears to stand in the way, and, as Mrs. Botkin ha* never eet a foot in Delaware, the Jndgei claim that the cannot legally be coniidered a fugi tive from justice, and therefore refuse to consent to lier extradition. The learned (7) Solons who have reached this extraordinary conclusion are polite enough to suggest that an act of Congress might remedy this-defeat in the laws of California, but state that un til such a law is passed they must de cline to interpret anything that does not come under the letter of the law. The case, in this new phase, is one of the most remarkable in the annals of national jurisprudence and Mrs. Bot kin under present circumstances may be tried in California, which is an eventu ality that is undeniably comforting to herself and friends. The Delaware authorities have now only one hope of securing Mrs. Botkin, and that is through the United Stat-s Supreme Court. It is to be hoped that this court will not confirm the decision of the Califor nia court, and that the woman who com mitted the heinous crime that she did may vet be brought to this State and stand trial for the horrible crime of which she stands accused. A GOVERNMENT CIRCULAR. Postofflce Employee Prohibited From Takiuic Any Part in the Coming: Election. Postmaster Hugh C.Brown on Monday received the following order from the Department at Washington, which pro hibits all Civil Service employes of the Government from participating in the coming election: The Civil Service act makes political assessments of Federal officers and em ployes a misdemeanor. The following ure the provisions of the law on the subject: Section 2—Paragrapii second, clause fifth: That no person in the public service is, for that reason, under any obligation to contribute to any political service, and that lie will not be removed or otherwise prejudiced for refusing to do BO. Section 2—Tliat no Senator, or Rep resentative, or territorial delegate of the Congress, or Senator, Representative, or delegate-elect, or any officer or employe of either said Houses, and no executive, judicial, military or naval officer of thv United States, and no clerk or employe of any department, branch or bureau of the executive, judicial, or military, or naval service of the United States, shall, directly or indirectly, solicit or receive, or be in any manner concerned in solicit ing or receiving any assessment, sub scription or contribution for any p lical purpose whatever, from any ofni clerk or employe of the United States, or any department, branch or bureau there of, or from any person receiving any salary or compensation from monies de rived from the Treasury of the United States. Section 12—That no person shall, in any room or building occupied in the discharge of official dntieB by any officer or employes of the United States men tioned in this act, or in any navy yard, fort, or arsenal, solicit in any manner whatever, or receive any contribution of money or any other tiling of value fur any political purpose whatever. Section 13—No officer or employe of the United States mentioned in this act shall discharge or promote, or degrade, or in any manner change the official rank or compensation of any oilier officer or employe, or promise or threaten so to do, for giving or withholding or neglect ing to make any contribution of money or other valuable tiling for any political purpose. oli cer, Section 14—Tliat no officer, clerk, or other person in the service of the United States shall, directly or indirectly, give or hand over to any other officer or clerk, or person in the service of the United States, or to any Senator or member af, the House of Representatives, or terri-j torial delegate, any money or other valu able thing on account of or to be applied to the promotion of any political object whatever. Section 15— That any person who shall be guilty of violating any provision of the four foregoing sections shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding $5,(0), or by im iisonment for a term not exceeding jthree years, ot by such fine and impris onment both in the discretion ol the Court. Approved January 10, 1883. United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D C„ August 25, 1896. it 18 the duty of the coinniHdion to see tliat the provisions of this law are strictly I enforced, and it will employ every legitf ! niate anl ) available means to secure the ' P rMec ! ,, > 0 * 1 arH * punishment of whoever | may violate them. The commission re I quests any person having knowledge of any violation of this law to lay the lacts il > and it will at once take action upon t ' leln - John R. Proctor, President. Pursuant to this order Postmaster Browne posted the subjoined notice: All employes connected with this office are hereby notified tliat they are under no obligation whatever by reuseu of their being in the public service to make contributions or subscriptions for p i litieal or other purposes, and tliat they will not be molested or in any way dis criminated against fur failure to subscribe or contribute. 80 Hugh C. Browne, •Postmaster. Wilmington, Del., October 24, 1898. When visiting Philadelphia, if you j wish a hi sl-vlasw glass of Brer call »■ | James Furlong's, Cor. 13tli and Fll bert Sts. You will find STOECKIiK'S EXTRA FINE BEER always on tap. "The Farmert*' Bank at Georgetown In holding worthless paper,upon which money was raised to buy Democratic! votes lor the last ten years."—Jerome B. Bell, in the Sunday Star. Advertise iu/the 8u,n. The vote In Tn Sun's senatorial contest at 12 midnight stood as fol lows: J. Edward Addicks. Col. Henry A. du Pont. Rev. Jonathan S. Willis. Hon. George Gray. William du Pont. Gen. Jamee H. Wilson. William Michael Byrne. Willard Saulaburv. Hen. Anthony Higgins. John G. Gray. Benjamin A. Hazel I. Lewis C. Vandegrift. George W. Marshall M. D. 0770 John Biggs. 0714 : Horace Greeley Knowles. 4732 Caleb R. Layton, M. D..„ H. H. Ward. George Massey Jones. Hugh C. Browne. John P. Donahue . Howell 8. England. J. Frank Allee. Hon. Levin Irving Handy J. William Wagner. H. C. Moore. M. D. Charles F. Rickards. A. L. Ainscow. Rev. Leighton Coleman... Newell Ball. Victor H. Bacon. Anton Hauber. Victor de Ilan, Jr. Rev. W. J. Birmingham.' John T. Dickey . William T. Records. Hiram R. Burton. Rev. M. X. Fallon. Andrew C. Gray. George J. Kloberg.. Willie M. Ross.. Daniel F. Stewart. J. Paul Lukene. M. D. Jerome B. Bell. Mi 111 in D Wilson. Howard E. Stoats. R. McCadden. v'. L. Meiler... Andrew B. Jones. Widiam C. Boyce. Jeff Butler. C. H. Behringer . J. P. Malcora, M. D. George Lodge . Francis Bradley. Robert Adair. Daniel F. Tavlor. William C. Lawton. David Daagel. Harry VV. Weyl. Henry Ridgeiy. John G. Reed, Jr.. Carmen Di Mare.. Win. H. Hill. Thomas L. Scott. H. E. Hanf. Dr. J. S. Prettyman, Jr. Edward Gipp.'... George Farnan. Frank H. Day . Thomas Fay. Thom is F. Holland. Albert W. Cummins. William Saulsbury. Louis Rhinehelt. John McCaffrey.. Edward Giff. George Hall. John F. Campbell. Mark Pedrick. Frank Cauzzo. James Stewart. Lee L. Maloney. Harry Fisher . William Gunn. Andrew Trainor. Clarence J. Pyle ., John S. Bodey. Francis McD. Quinn . F. F. Holland. Joseph Martin. J. McDaniel . Daniel Akens. Charles T. Ewing . Patrick J. Black. . Fred Eden Bach. J. Albert Curry. .111711 .10097 .10932 .1087(1 .10185 .10032 .10015 9804 8583 8474 8218 7339 4728 4112 3741 . 3730 3864 3012 2748 2082 2479 . 1814 1240 1192 1054 1038 1001 080 842 729 700 637 632 820 498 485 409 397 304 34u 328 274 234 201 180 183 178 154 . 148 137 129 P25 118 112 91) 95 83 ill 88 82 L. Layton .•. C. Herdnian. Patrick Dugan. K. G. Shortlidge, M. D. Fritz Elser. 81 80 70 65 63 55 54 53 52 61 48 44 38 35 32 29 2i 25 24 21 20 19 18 18 15 13 10 9 8 8 5 5 5 3 3 " I 2 3 i'. Charles Bognn. Samuel Booth . George Sperrle. E. M. Hoopes. Edwin II. Cochran, Jr William S. Hilles. Joseph II. Evai b. William W. Draper... YV'. Scott Y'ernon... Daniel O'Neill. Horace Weldin ... Stephen Boyer .. W. H. Thornton 2 2 1 l 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 HTOECK UK'S EXTRA FINE BEER always on lap at James Furlong's, 13th and Filbert Sts., Philadelphia. JINK DEALER'S TWO WIVES. Mis. Poore Number One Estate, and Wife Number Two Will Fight Case. Claims On Monday afternoon Mrs. Eila Abele, of No. 329 Crown street, Philadelphia, came to this city and claimed to be the wile of Joel YV. Poore, a junk dealer, of this cilv, who died last week. Poore left a wife living in this citv. She was represented by Benjamin Nields, who secured letters of ad ministration on the estate of her hus band. Mrs. Poore says that Mrs. Abele was married to her husband in 1887, but left him after living with him tw She says Mrs. Abele four l ied her present liusban . Mrs. Poore was married about eigh teen months ago, and at that time did not know that her husband bad living. Mrs. Abele applied for letters on the death of Mr. Poore, but Register of Wills Crossan bad previously granted them to All's, loore. Notice of an appeal .... given, and the case will be heard o Monday, at which time an effort will t made to revoke the action of the Reg ister. B years, years ago mar a wile WAS h Church Improvements. On Sunday, November 13. the mem bers of Asbury M. E. Church will cele brate the completion of the improve ment* to that edifice. One of the leading features is a hand some pipe organ, which is to cost $2,000 It is partially up, and was much admired yesterday by persons who suw it. The improvements will cost between *5 000 and $8,000. New Lodge Instituted. Secretary of the State Council of the Junior Order of American Mechanics Harry II.Billany on Monday evening in isalleda new council at Roxana, composed of thirty* four members, t is It Costs lext to nothing ...TO HAVE... BEAUTIFUL .FLOWERS. For Ten Cents of any kind of money we will send you THE Florist's Secret You will never have a failure with your plants if yon follow the one simple direction we send you for Ten Cents. Do you want your plants to arrow Send a Dime. The Flower Show 7 64 North River Street Wilkes Barre. Pa. NO TAX ON AGENTS Canvassers and Druimrers Need No Licenses. 00 NOT PAY TRIBUTE I Justice Bradley of the United States Supreme Court decides that all State, County, and Town Regulations Ex acting Fees from Agents, Canvassers and Distributors are Unconstitu tional. No decision of the United StateH Supreme Court has attracted more widespread interest than tliat deliv ered by Justice Bradley exempting agents, canvassers, distributors, patentees, traveling salesman, etc., from all special State, County and own taxes. This decision and twenty-five other of like import will be sent to any address for one Dime. Address THE SUN, No. 2257 Van Pelt Street, Philadelphia. IT. S. A. CAMERA You can photograph anything, lustaiitanei us or time exjiosuie. We prepare all apparalis, plates, chemicals, etc., you follow directions. Anyone with this camera can soon learn the art of photography. It will be a nice present for vacation. Get it now. Teach yourself. Prc pared plates only 25 cents per dozen, for 2 cents. By mail *1.00. OTHER INVENTIONS. I have a device for turning music leaves while playing, very simple. No springs, turns leaver either way—a peculiar movement, perfect con struction, and only *1.50 by mail. Here is a great chance for agents. Reineinlier, It Is my own in vention, my own intent my own manufacture, territory and my own price. Lot* of fun ray Book , ®v$lF^5W , Ti?e7tim < is h tu?d*a)iswere! l 'lly mail»l.ir>. "PROS, AND CONS." an outline of de lattes on the public questions of the day. Send for I'ros. and Cons. By mall, 1.15, "THE SCIENCE OF FINANCE." Do you want tn lost yourself on bimetallism, Winking, Postal Savings? By mail 85c. These looks are mv own produetion. Address, A H. CRAIG. Mukwonago. Wis. $5000 FOR A COIN! Do you want to know what youi coins are worth ? They worth what they will briug—no We will send you a schedule telling the prices will pay for any United States coins you may have thus giving the actual value of all American coins fora Dime. Address, art more. we Tbe Century Coin Company, Box 87 YY'ilkos Barre, Pa AGENTS WANTED. For our New Book. FOR MEN ONL V YVrite for terms. R. Lusby, Vinton, [a T ONGUES OF THE TRIBES. One hundred and sixty lan guages and dialects perfectly re produced in a 6|-page book. You can secure a copy for a Dime. It is a marvelous collection, of rare historic and educational in erest and importance. Address B. C, Lee, Box 87, Wilkes-Barre, I'a. Situations or help adver tisements lu THE SUN will be run for 26 cen s until either have been secured and ordered out. HELP WANlEO—MALES. A CTIVK SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY where for ''The story of the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Govern ment aa official Historian to the War Department. The hook was written in army Camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the nospital* at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insur S ent camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the lympia with Dewey, and in the roar of the bat tle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for a ents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on the siiot. Large hook. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war hooks. Outfit In e. Address, F. T. Barber, Rec'y., 356 Dearborn St. Chicago. octlMmo rnwo good salesmen and collectors A wanted, also two handy men for inside worl ] Call after 10 o'clock. 60S KINO STREET. WANTED—Plnstercri at nt w pcstoflot build ins, Washington, D. C. Apply Immedla fly. MR. HORNER. W ANTED—f>(i boy, to sell the Sunday edi tion of The Sun. Biggest sale an record last Sunday. More Front. Apply 1(8 East Htith street. W ANTED—A man in every town In Dela ware. Legitimate, paying tuginesn, with responsible concern. Philadelphia WANTED—Agents for "NO TAX ON AGENTS;" hook contains twenty-six decisions of the highest courts in the laud, showing that peddlers, auctioneers and canvassers are from all special town taxes and license fees; sells to every lawyer and city officials as well as to agents themselves; send 25c. for c plete copy of book and terms. THE BUN, No. 5 Randolph Building, Philadelphia. Apply at once, Box 8, Pa. agents, exempt WANTED—A mail ot all work. Must be handy with tools. Carpenter preferred. Steady employment. THE SUN, 103 E. Sixth St. SITUATION WANTED-MALES. YVANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A position as body or gear maker. Apply to Harry Smith, 602 King street, city. ANTED-—POSITION AT ANYTHING BY a strong young man of 28. Address, H. R., 4(g) West Front st,, Wilmington, Bel. w WANTED—By a man of experience and ability, a place where he can earn a living, book keeping, office work, &c. Salaty nominal. Refer ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office. HELP WANTED -FEMALES. W ANTED— Women to sell Bragsine. contract. A sale at every door. Manufacturing Company, 54 North WUkeabarre. Fa. Liberal Brassine River street, W ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house work. State wages. Address P. O. Box 152, cltv. W ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell private books for women. 618 King street, 8 a. m. or 6 p. m WANTED—Four business girls to work in city, can make from *z50to*.'1.00 a day. Apply between o and 11 a. ui„ today at 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. this Address *E" 10014 E. Sixth St. City. SITUATION WANTED--HMALES WANTED—POSITION AS INSTlvUC tor in private family by a young lady uf line morals and spiritual training and excellent edu cation, and a former school teacher ol reputation Salary warned Is small. Address tills olhce. WANTED— A position as a Seamstress or any thing that I can do, and still maintain mv home, Address Emma K. Smith, 1212 Hcald St., city. cashier. WANTED—by a young lady, position Good references, Address 8. A. O. this office. MISCELLANEOUS. WANT ED— Energetic agent*, either acx. Char* it bear strictest investigation. Addresi *c ter SUN office. W ANTED.-GENERAL AGENTS FOR A new household article just out; sells at every house. Call at Lafayette Hotel, 508 Mar ket street. JOHN D. WILEHER. MAN TO INVEST $100.00 IN LIGHT manufacturing bus!ness—large pioflts— P. O. Box L, 295, City, fake, ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EMPLOY inent to open, post and close books, pre pare trial balances, balance sheets and statements ; books written up periodi cally, and temporary services offered at small cost. D, SUN OFFICE MAN WITH $75.00 TO INVEST IN manufacturing business—200 percent, profit, L Ibis office. PER 8URE> O « DAY S COMMISSION. DO you want honorable, steady employ ment the vear round, at good wages, at J our own home or to travel? If so, send o in stamps for our wholesale prioe-list and particulars. We furnish best of bank references. 7THE following is a reproduction of a postal yr recently received from a down east hustler. Mr. Uird was formerly located in Fliilodelulua an <t knows the agency business from A to L fames who are interested in agency work will Jo well to immediately correspond with Mr Lord.—Enitoa. CcMBfiiu.AMn Mills, Mk. Dear Friend: Are you open to an agency offer? I want an acent In your locality to work on salary or is nunfiohm. i will give you a *5u are pointmeut, and lurielt *50 If you do not eleai ,1561 a month. If you are Interested, enclose 20 cents to cover mailing excuse, for full iiarticu lars, contract and two samples, the regular price of which is 50 cents. All sent fully prepaid As to my respqnsf jllity, 1 re f e r you to the Mayor, Postmaster, Express Agent, or any business ,'L wt 1 n ,J! ot froln >' ou at once, I shall not hold the position o|**n to you. Yours truly, KDVVJN B. LORD. AGENTS WANTED ITMM EM POACHER AND ITEWPAN. 1.tl.Jjip.llUA _ bCMSlSSl, 6 CUPS. *«**!»« like it. Sell, on light. Apretita double th elr money. Eggn poarh ed in two mlnutpu., B» lirfft in thu field. m 3 Bumnb* bv mull WISE & OO*. Muimfiu orfftnmnH. Address, • Qori.BR.oiiu? r\ merican mid Cuban Flag Stick Pin*, MSilver or Gold, 30c. doz. sainpUs IOj I by mail, ljuick Sellers, Big Profit; Postage Stamps taken. B. FOX, YVholesale Jeweller. 184—56, St. Brooklyn,N. Y. PERSONAL. WANTED-The address of N. Cameron, who formerly lived in ZHth St. Address STONE, 1*1 Herald, New York. WILL John Tregtnilng communicate with cure Winslow St Lanier, 17 HIRAM S. MAXIM, Nassau St., New York. WILLIE PA PL ELG.—Important Send your addrww to BLOOM HART, Mount Vernon, N/Y. MUNSO, Mrs. M. E.—Please communicate perHonally or by letter with C. F MILLER. Mo. 6 2d 8t., New York City. JORDAN.— Relative! of William H. Jordan* de ceased, late of the Btate of Indiaiu, may learn aoinfthing to their interest by addressing ATTOR NEYS, Box 242, Herald Downtown, New York City. MRS. GEORGE F. GORKKN, formerly of 33 West 45th St., will hear gom* thing to her advan tage in communicating with J. F. Q., 1242 Broadway, New York. IN FORMATION wanted of Mary Norris, that lived with Mrs. De Lacy, 747 East 5th St. Please call at 247 West 120 Ht., N. Y„ and she will hear of somethin]! to her advantage, or write. INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Smith who left home October 3, l8tt» ; age 17, wearing blue coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap. Communicate with W. H. SMITH, 048 Lafayette ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colfelt who resided in Schenectady, N. Y., previous to 1884, in the family of Dr. Edward H. Wheeler, and went under the name of Mary Wheeler while residing in Schenectady ; by communlcat* lng with the undersigned she will hear of thing to her interest. J; S. JUNO. Box 6*5, Schenectady, N. Y. some MRS. ROBERT SCALES.-Wanted, information regarding Mrs. Robert Scales, whose husband died in New York about eight years ago. After her husband'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 P. LINDSAY, Paikhill, Out., Canada. LIBERAL reward will be raid tor any Infor [nation as to whereabout, of w. E, Brewster who left his home ail President 8t, Biooklyn, night ol August 31, and has not been heard of since: height 5 feet 'J Inches, weight 100, brown lialr and mustache, partially laid on top head, blue eye, and lair complexion: gray worsted suit of clothe, straw hat and block laced shoes Address Mrs. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President Bt _ Brooklyn, N. Y. william w. LABBERTON, will for hi, own benefit please eommunleate at unce wiih Mr. ARTHUR VAN blCLEN, Hi Broadway, New York City. WILL J. HN MARTIN formerly of 408 West 54th, eommunleate with MILLER, PECKHAM 4c DIXuN, HU Broadway, New York. WILLIAM O'K EEEFEand MARTIN I.DEEGAN send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York Post (Mice. Box 1,9011. HOWARD S. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 167 Her rid Downtown. New York Citr. MRS. ADDIE GRAMHRUHH.—News of impor tance. Any one knowing her address notify J., 376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar led John Burke in North Ameriea 50 years; lived last 14% Bowery street. New York. INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts ol ohn Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad tress MARY PHILLIPS, tfio North 8th ng, Pa. INFORMATION is wanted as to the where * bouts of Marla Theis, wife of Charles Theis or -heir children. Address E. W. bPANgLKK fork, Pa, IF Frederick H. Deepe will send his address to he undersigned, he will hear something v his tdvantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 23d St., New fork Citv. ANY information from Dontery Margaret en Flindt. wife of C. J. H. fcnudsen •vould gladly be received, id avenue N. Y. INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew Jhristie, last heard of December y; will be thank ully received by Ids brother, DAVID, box 486, White Plains N. Y. at.. Read Knud Flindt Please address 110 KNIGHT—Information wai.ted of children oi Mrs. Jant Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn. Address WALTER COLLINS, Mi Washington street, Jersey Citv, N. J. INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Muro sad heirs or Fra ik and John De Muro. Addresi EXECUTOR, 22U West 186tli St., New York City, lyracuse and Trov. Papers please copy. WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a sun oi he lute David Davidson, Writer, Coupai, Angus midland, or any oi ids children, Address DAVID DUNCAN ik SON. Solicitors, Dundee, Scotland. IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer, Woodtarougb, Notts, England, and Montreal, Canada, will apply to H. o. S., 762 Lafayette av., New York, ne will be gladly received. Cuban papers please copy. EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wig., lagt beard from in New York, employed in a restau rant, will hear something to his interest by com municating with REESE & CARTER, Attorneys. Dodgevi He, Wig. INFORMATION wanted.—Daniel E. Daven port, formerly of John E. Gowen and Co., con tractors, or iiis heirs, will please communicate with WILLIAM Z. MeKINLEY, lay Herald, Downtown New York. WANTED—John Jacktuju, frrmerly a butcher m Great Hampton Row, Birmingnam, England* who many years ago went to America under the name ol James Johnson, and traded for some years as cattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson (if alive), is now entitled to property in England. Information to WILLIAM JACKSON (mother), dhakesjiear Villa, Sparkhi ., Birih!ogham, or THURsFIELD di MEHSITER Solicitors, Wsdnet bury, England. JOSEPH HUNNIB—A native of Ruiusift, known » Joseph Emils, is required to eorarauni* jftte with his brother, Major F. Hunnis, Bt. Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General oi Russia 24 State street New York. at* re IF John Martin, who left the English navy ihip Bellerophon about 30 years ago, is still liv mg, h s. mother, Jane Martin (nee Bransell), would like to hear from him. Communicate by fork W * t * 1 ^ Kyerson Bt., Brooklyn, New INFORMATION wanted concerning the whereabouts of James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire land, who left home in 1891 for Australia: any information w|ll lie gratefully received by his sister, Kate Hardy, 1208 Locust street. Philadel phia, Pa. SHOULD this meet the eye ol any of the rela* elves of Catherine or Beniamin Hough, formerly >f Stockport, England, MR. FREDERICK 3EARD will be pleased to see or hear from them, vddress British Steamship Energia, Market st. vharf New York. HENRY H. GRAY.—Information wanted about Henry s. Gray, ol Toronto, last heard of In sum mer of 1828, when a bookkeeper with gtmoudf Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at Ed wards' Hotel, Greenpolnt. Address GARTER HUGHES * DWIGHT, U6 Broadway, New York City If Theodore Hummel, ol Entlgen, oneramut Horb.Wurtemberg, who left his home In Moes. Ingen In February, 18S0, will communicate with Post Office tax 183, New York, he will hear ,f something to his advantage. Information In regard to him will be thankfully received. Western papers pteaae copy. TO the Baron Von Alvensleben, late of Fifth Avenue HoteL corner of 23rd st., and 6th ave. New Y orki—You are particularly requested to communicate with J. D, B. Lewis, Solicitor, 20 Bueklersbury, tatidon, Eng. Anyone knowing rewarded" 8 H " d UHmniu " ll »ting the same will be wanted of ( omeliun Sheehan, f°n of Patrick F„ tarn at 338 East 47th St. citv: left home,/3a hast 14:id 8t.. In tsia. for Denver, (All., last heard from him in April, 1802, from Denver; wa» going u, Stockton cal.; father and taotherdeod: ramie home tn John. Send am In formation to.JOHN J .SHEEHAN. 7Sh Kant Vlad Street, New York MeHtern paper* please ripy, INFORMATION wanted of thy UoKrendai t* o Henry Caldwell O'Nell, who, in 1845 (it i, be lleved) reelded at 87 Centre street, and aluo ot Medure, who, In 1805 resided at 1.34 Henry street, both uf whom twned or had some interest tn premises Nos uo «. M. and 90 Mulberry street! InThe dty ofVra York. FREDERICk bELTZ, Counsellor at law 111 Brood wav, New York citv, "•