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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
The Indications for today are that
o partly cloudy weather aad
rising temperature will prevail,
variable winds, probably
flair to
alowly
with fresh
followed by rain.
To-morrow partly cloudy weather,
with slightly higher temperature, pre
ceded by rain.
SUN.
THE
WILMINGTON. DEL.
CLEMENT H. C0N6D0N, Sole Owner.
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Entered nt the Wilmington Pont Office ee
Second Clans natter.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE, 1567.
DELMARVIA TELEPHONE, 124.
Business Office and Editorial Rooms,
Bo. 103 Easf Sixth Street.
Mechanical Department, Bo. 103
East Sixth Street. *
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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.
Wednesday, November 2, 1898.
Good morning! Do you buy in Wil
mington?
A responsible citizen of Delaware
makes grave chargee against the personal
and political integrity of the gentlemen
who are managing the Democratic cam
paign in New Castln county. He names
specific sums of money that have been
corruptly used throughout the city, and
publishes details that show careful inves
tigation on his part.
This man is Jerome B. Bell. Hisplace
of business is well known. His residence
is to be found without trouble.
His assertions should not pass unno
ticed another day. It is the duty of some
body to act upon the information at
hand.
There ought to be some means at hand
to bring this man Bell into Court to
prove his assertions. He is practically
compounding a felony. He knows of
crimes and he knows the criminals, yet
he does nothing towards defending the
ballot on November 8 next.
Some one of the many distinguished
gentlemen at the New Castle County Bar
should he able and willing to devise a
plan to bring Bell before the Court and
compel him to teBtiiy.
As the matter rests to-day Bell is giv
ing the Court and the State Prosecutors
the merry ha, ha, and asks, most im
pudently, "What are you going to do
aboat it?"
A contempt of Court proceeding might
reach the gentleman and procure the in
formation lie possesses, which might re
sult in giving Delaware its first honest
election.
Bring Bell before the Court. Here are
his charges:
"Chairman Neary had, however, a
very frequent fact to go upon on Satur
day afternoon of the registration. The
Democrats of New Castle county spent
not less titan $6,000 in the registration.
Every man registered cost them from
$2.50 to $3.00 each. Democrats were
given not only the dollar to register
with, but another dollar for their 'time.'
Some, who were very 'apathetic,' men
told that there would be more; even as
much as $5.00 on the day of election, if
they would register.
"A partial return in the part of the
Republican watchers haa implicated
over ninety Democratic workers
throughout the county in the offence of
using money.
"Seventeen of these implicated workers
had an aggregate of $540, according to
their own admissions, at various hours
during the day. They handled from $10
to $25 at a time, and when tl at fund was
exhausted returned to the distributing
point fur more.
"They perpetrated the grossest and
inoat comprehensive violation of the Con
stitution that was ever perpetrated by
party organization short of the shot
gun campaigns ef their bretiiren of the
South.
"The totals of money in Delaware Dem
ocratic hands last week approximated
$15,000. The corporations back of Sena
• tor Gray must have put up handsomely.
"Mr. Gray is in Paris; but his agents
are here."
These charges against George Gray anil
his political managers are too serious
to admit of delay on the part of the an.
thorities. Something should be done be
fore election day. Who will do it?
1— Maladministration.
2— M ismanagement.
3— Extravagant appropriations.
4— -Crooked contracts.
Tlte above charges were made by Sam
uel liar,croft in the Every Evening
against the Levy Court of New Castle
county.
They liave never been substantiated
by tiie least shadow of proof, and Mr.
Bancroft lias been deaf to all appeals
come out from his hiding place and
either make It is charges good or clear
the court of the odium he has attached
to its name.
There are several explanations pos
sible.
He may know that the charges are
true and have the proof. On the strength
of this knowledge he may have pub
lished the charges, as above, hoping
be bought off. Failing in this he has
the nerve to print the truth.
It may, however, be that he merely
guessed that there must be something
crooked, and ou the strength of hit irre
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sponsibility bluffed for hush money,
and is now left stranded, no money, no
proo*.
Other papers have said "blackmail,"
"mace," etc.
The Sun has said
proof."
The Sun has offered to pay for it.
The proof has not been forthcoming.
The two explanations suggested give
no latitude to inference.
In one case the word is "liar;" in the
other, "scoundrel."
Dewey.
In taking the Philippines the United
States assumes such debts as Spain may
have contracted in making material pub
lie improvements in the island. Her
military debts Spain must, herself,
shoulder—a penalty that will fall heavily
the madmen who urged that unhappy
country into conflict.
As to the ultimate effect upon our own
destinies the taking of the Philippines
certainly presents a grave issue. It marks
our entrance upon a new career as one of
the world powers; insures the building
by us of the Nicaraguan Canal; enforces |
the necessity for a large army and navy, ]
and demands a fixed and wisely con
trolled colonial policy. The emergency
is a grave one to be gravely met. Faith
in our ability to meet it is the hentageof
every true American.
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Dover, Del., Nov. 1.—The suit of E. L. i
Rogers & Company, of Philadelphia,
against J. VV. Feniinore, Jr., growing out i
of wlieat speculation, is not growing out \
of the entanglement into which the conn- j
sol on botli sides have drawn it before
the Superior Court. -
The case opened before Chief Justice
Lure and Judges Grubb and Penne vill
yesterday morning, and lias proceeded
no further than the opening as yet. The
counsel for the plaintiffs have occupied
the entire two days with Mr. Rogers on
the stand. Every question asked by R.
H. Van Dyke or James H. Hughes,
counsel for E. L. Rogers & Co., is oh
jected to by Senator Kenney or his part
tier, A. B. Magee, Esq., counsel for Feni
more, on the ground that Mr. Van Dyke,
who has the case in hand for the plain
tiffs, has not as yet proved the terms of
any contract existing between plaintiff
and defendant, and, therefore, cannot
bring forth as yet any secondary evi
deuce to prove the non-execution of part
of that contract. In this the counsel
lor the defendant are upheld by the
Court.
The case in point is this. Rogers and
Company are grain merchants doing
business'in Philadelphia. They claim to
liave sent J. VV. Feniinore. Jr., a circular
letting, stating price per bushel on No. 2
wheat during the fall of 181)7. They pro
duced to-day in court a telegram and
also letters from Mr. Feniinore apparent
ly relating to this circular letter in
which Mr. Feniinore accepts the price
Rogers and Company name, and states
he will sell 10,000 bushels. It is right
here that the plaintiffs nave slipped up.
They have failed to produce the circular
letter which is the original contra -t or to
"produce the
with
The position we shall assume
reference to the Philippines is definitely
foreshadowed. • We sltail demand of
Spain not only a coaling station in the
East, not ouly the port of Manila, not
only the island of Luzon,
utand the entire Philippine group.
Spain has already been apprised of
President McKinley's decision to take
and to hold what our arms have won in
the far East, and there is the usual up
roar in Madrid, where we are stigmatized
rapacious and insatiable armed plun
derers. There are misgivings, too, here
at home, where some of the wisest and
safest of the nation's counselors fear the
dangers that lurk in the wake of an im
perialistic policy.
Spain will bluster, rage, grow hysteri
cal; perhaps issue another of her ridicu
lous appeals to Europe to curb and ar
rest our growing power. In the end the
result will be the same. Spain will
yield and the Philippines remain under
the flag unfurled at Manila by gallant
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LAWYERS IN A TANGLE.
Suit, Entered by Rogers & Com
pany, of Philadelphia,
Are Mixed.
special Dispatch to The Sun.
prove its loss.
Rogers it Go. claim that Mr. Feniinore
delivered but 87 bushels ami 40 pounds
of the wheat, and then broke the cult
tract, hence the suit now in progress is
for tiie recovery of over $2000 lor t lie part
of the contract not executed.
Tne repeated objections to tjie ad
mission ot evidence and the repeated at
tempts of the court to straighten out the
entanglement into which the lawyers
the plaintiff have drifted makes the case
exceedingly tedious and the defense has
not yet opened.
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"The Farmers* Bank at
Sam
Mr.
to
and
clear
pos
are
pub
to
not
irre
Georgetown is
worthless paper,upon which
. , . ,
money was raised to buy
Democratic votes for tlie|
last ten years."—Jerome B.
Bell, in the Sunday Star.
Memorial For Bayard.
A meeting will he held at the office of
L. C. Vandegrift nt 8 o'clock this even
ing by the Bayard Memorial Committee,
appointed nt a public meeting held
month ago.
The committee is empowered to de
velop plans for the formation ofa mem
orial association. The purpose of the
association will be tn erect a memorial
to do honor to tiie late Thomas F.
Bayard. Chief Justice pitarles B. Lore
ia the chairman of the committee. The
sentiment seetns to be in favor of a mem
orial building rather than a monument.
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Continued From Page One.
The vote in The Sun's senatorial
contest at 12 midnight stood as fol
lows:
Edward Addicks..
Rev. Jonathan S. Willis.
Col. Henry A. du Font.
Hon. George Gray.
William Michael Byrne.
William du Pont.
Gen. James II. Wilson.
Willard Saulsburv.
John G. Gray...
Hen. Anthony Higgins.
Benjamin A. Hazell.
Lewis C. Vandegrift.
George W. Marshall M. D-.
John Biggs...
Horace Greeley Knowles....
Caleb R. Layton, M. D.
H. II. Ward.
John P. Donahoe.
J. Frank AI lee.
Hugh C. Browne.
George Massey Jones.
Howell 8. England.
Hon. Levin Irving Handy
J. William Wagner.
H. C. Moore, M. D.
A. L. Ainscow.
John T. Dickey.
Charles F. Rickards.
Rev. Leighton Coleman.
Victor II. Bacon.
Newell Ball.
Anton Ilauber.
Victor de Han, Jr.
Rev. W. J. Birmingham....
Rev. M. X. Fallon.
William T. Records.
Hiram R. Burton.;•
Andrew C. Gray.
R. McCadden.
George J. Kloberg.
Willie M. Ross..
Daniel F. Stewart.
Luken^AL'D.'.'.'."""
jg rome jj. .
Howard E. Staats.
C. H. Behringer.
^ane^Brudi^!. Z'.'.'Z
Andrew B. Jones.
C. L. Meiler....
Da^niel R Taylor.
id^r^Rldgely .. ..............
j 0 h n G. Reed', Jr..
Harry VV. Weyl..
J. P- Malcora, M. D.
{jr'h^Vprett'ym'an,' Jr.!" '
( ; eor g e Lodge "..
Them is F. Holland.
David Dawgel...
william'GlTwton
\\> U1 j| jjill.
Thomas Fay.
George Farnan.
Thomas L. Scott.
Carmen Di Mare.
H. F. Ham...
Albert W. Cummins.
Edward Gipp.
Clarence J. Pyle.
Frank H. Day.
Frank Cattzzo.
Elmer E. McDaniel.
Edward Gift.
Lee L. Malonev.
Mark p ec irick....
Ueorge Hall.
Louis Khineholt.
John S. Bodey.
.James Stewart.
William Gunn.
William Saulsburv.
John F. Campbell.
Harry Fisher*. .
Andrew Trainor.
p. I'. Holland.
p a trick,I. Black.
Francis McD. Quinn....
Joseph Martin../.
Baldwin Springer.
Charles T. Ewing.
j. McDaniel.
\v. C. Fliason.
Michael Parce.
G. A. Rhoades ..
c. Herdnmn.
Judwiri R. Cochran, Jr.
L. Layton .
j. Albert Curry.
pred Eden Bach.
Walter C. Cheavens .
William S. Hides.
Patrick Dugan.
p, g. Sliortlidge, M. 1) ....
p r itz Elser.,
p. Charles Bogan.
Samuel Booth .
George Sperrle.
E. M. Hcopes.
Joseph H. Evai s.
William VV. Draper.
VV. Scott Vernon.
Daniel'O'Neill.■
Horace Weldin .
Stephen Boyer .
\v. II, Thornton.
| Charles Bow
Ernest VV. Collins
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OPIUM !
WHISKY!
ARE YOUd VICTIM.
j Have you a husband, wife, lover
I sister, son or brother who is a slave to
Chloral, Opium, Moiphine, Whisky
j or Tobacco.''
Can Cure Tliesn atHome
We will send you one month's treat
, ment securely and plainly wrapped
f or ten dollars, it will positively
| cure any case of habitual drunkenness
or opiate poisoning. The medicines
i can be administered with the food.
Address
THE QUAKER
MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
DARBY, PA.
For the stage paying
$25.00 weekly. Send 10c.
and whlrm-ed stamped
envelope, S. 11. Lingerman, 705 N. 5th
bt., Philadelphia, Pa.
GOOD ACT
G. HONEY
Not Confederate. One
bill Free. THE GUIDE
WEALTH tells it all.
t $5 Book for $1. One of the
above bill Free if you send now. Circulars. Rare
Goods for stamps. J. A. Johnson, Hubbardston,
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Holy
Cake
In
The ouly religious pastry.
Every iugredient is named iu
the Bible. Even the direc
tions for mixing are found in
the word of God. Christians
everywhere should be inter
ested in this marvelous recipe
The verses in the Bible are
given, the symbols are abso
lutely correct. Holy cake is
a delicious pastry that should
be served in every Christian
family and at every religious
feast.
Verily it is taken
from the Book of God. A
printed copy costs a dime.
Address: The Religious Ex
change, Wilkes-Barre. Pa.
NO TAX ON AGENTS
canvassers and Drummers
Need No Licenses.
DO NOT PAY TRIBUTE!
Justice Bradley of the United States
Supreme Court decides that all State,
County, and Town Regulations Ex
actingFees from Agents, Canvassers
and Distributors are Unconstitu
tional.
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No decision of the United States
i Supreme Court has attracted more
widespread interest than that deliv
ered by Justice Bradley exempting
agents, canvassers, distributors,
patentees, traveling salesman, etc.,
irom all special State, County and
This decision and
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own taxes,
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. Instantaneous
or time exjiosure. We prepare all apparatus,
plates, chemicals, etc., you follow directions.
Anyone with this camera can soon learn the art
of photography. It will lie a nice present for
vacation. Get it now. Teach yourself. Pre
oared plates only 25 cents per dozen. Lots of fun
for 2 cents. By mail 61.00.
OTHER INVENTIONS.
. have a device for turning music leaves while
) i playing, very simple. No springs, turns leave?
| either way—a peculiar movement, perfect con
itruction, and only $1.50 by mail. Here is a great
chance for agents. Remember, it is my own in
' vention, my own patent, my own manufacture,
j my own territory and my own price.
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Craig's Common School Question
Book with 3,500 questions and answers. By
mail $1.15.
"PROS-AND CONS." an outline of de
bates on the public questions of the day. Send
for Pros, and Cons. By mail, 1.15.
"The SCIENCE OF FINANCE." Do r
want to post yourself on bimetallism, banking,
Postal Savings? By mail 35c. These T>ookf> ar?
mv own production. Address,
A. H. CRAIG. Mukwonago, Wjs.
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$5000 FOR A
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O O I l\l ! D° you want to
^Veil'd 4 know what your
coins are worth ? They are
worth what they will bring—no
more. We will send you a
schedule telling the prices we
will pay for any United States
coins you may have thus giving
the actual value of all American
coins for a Dime. Address,
Tbe Century Coin Company,
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Wilkes Barre, Pa
D
ISEASE PREVENTED
Men who observe this sim
ple precaution are absolutely
j safe against veneieal infection.
No appliance; no medicine; no
fake. It never fails. Sent any
where for One Dime. Address,
The Quaker City Institute,
Box 87, Wlkesbarre, Pa.
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For Agents and Traveling Men
Sure sales. Prices right. Send
two 1c. stamps for samples and
j prices. W. L. Murlin, Neptune, Ohio.
SIDE LINK
Ciiculars mailed to well-to-do farmers feor
$1.50. Ail fresh names. J. W. McGraw,
Mansfield La.
©5MVI0RE MONEY
In one of the dozens of business had
we can find for you than in anything
else. Genteel, for either sex, at home
or traveling. Particulars FREE.
teTWt will insert your name and
address in our SALARIED POSI
TION Manual, for 10 cts. a full year.
May be worth hundreds of dollars to
you Write at once. Address
5. M. BOWLES ,
Woodford City, Vermont
10c.
5th
$5
TO
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Situations or help adver
tisements in THE SUN will
be run for 2d cen s until
either have '.wi secured
and ordered « ut
HELP WAIilED—HALLS.
a CTIVE BOUrrtOKS 'VANTED KVEKY
A where for "The Story of the Philippine*" by
Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Govern
ment a* Official Historian t.i the War Department.
The book was written in army Camp* at San
Francisco, on the lac die with General Merritt,
In the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in
the American treM-lus »«t Manila, in the insur
gent camp* with AkU.naldo,on the deck of the
Olympia with Dewvy, ui.o inti" oar of the bat
tle at the fall of : Ben. usa for s
brimful of origins ilctu* c* taken by goven
photographers on the spot Large book,
prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit
Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit fn e.
Address, F. T. Barber, Rec'y., 366 Dearborn St.
Chicago. oct!7-lmo
rpwo GOOD SALESMEN AND COLLECTORS
1 wanted, also two handy men for Inside work
Call after 10 o'clock.
008 KING STREET.
WANTED—Plestcren at new poetofllce build
ing, Washington, D. C. Appl^tmmed^cl^.
W ANTED—60 hoys to sell the Sunday edi
tion of The Son. Biggest sale on record
last Sunday. Mot® From. Apply 104 East Sixth
street.
W ANTED—A man tn every torn In Dela
ware. Legitimate, paying tuslnens, with
responsible concern. Apply at once, Box 8,
Philadelphia
Pa.
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 special town taxes and license
fees: sells to every lawyer and city officials as
well as to agents themselves: send 25c. for com
plete copy of book and terms. THE SUN, No. 6,
Randolph Building, Philadelphia.
SITUATION WANTED-MALES.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A
position u body or gear maker. Apply to Harry
Smith, 602 King street, city.
ANTED—F08ITION AT ANYTHING BY
a strong young man of 23. Address,
H. K. 406 West Front St.. Wilmington, Del.
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WANTED—By a man oi experience and
ability, a place where he can earn a living, book
keeping, office work, dec. Salary nominal. Refer
ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office.
HELP WANTED-FEMALES.
ANTED—Women to sell Braastne. Liberal
contract. A sale at every door. Brassine
Manufacturing Compeuy, 54 North River street,
Wilkesbarre. Pa.
W
W ANTED- -A half-grown white girl for house
work. State wages. Address P. O. Box
152, city.
W ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell
private books for women. 618 King street,
8 a. m. or 6 p. m
WANTED—Four busmen girl, to work in this
city. Can make from 12 50 to *3.00 a day. Apply
between 9and 11a.m., today at No. 1117 Fast
Thirteenth utreet.
WANTED— A Girl for general Hou>e and
j Dining room work. Must have good reference.
Good wages for right girl.
Address 'E"
100% E. Sixth St. City.
SITUATION WANTED-hEMALES
WANTED-POS1TION AS INSTKUC
tor in private family by a young lady of fine
morals and spiritual training and excellent edu
cation, and a former school teacher of reputation.
Salary wanted is small. Address this office.
WANTED— A position as a Seamstress or any
thing that 1 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.
S END 10 C£NTS IN STAMPS OR COIN FOR
latest novelty. Entirely new. Immense
sales. Agents wanted.
BOX 92,
Wilmington, Del.
WANTED—Energetic agent*, either sex. Char
acter must bear strictest investigation. Address
-JUN 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 J). WILEHER.
MAN TO INVEST $100.00 IN LIGHT
manufacturing business—large profits—no fake.
P. O. Box L, 295, City,
ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EMPLOY
inent to open, post and close books, pre
pare trial balances, balance sheets and
statenientB ; 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 this office.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
A rare chance for an active party with small
capital to invest to take an interest in and
management of one of the best paying office
businesses in this section for
fnctunng concern. This is a business opening
that will stand the strictest investigation. No
trouble to answer questions.
Eastern maim
Address,
ACTIVE, SUN OFFICE.
PER
DAY
1won want hoYinSifi Bteadvemuluv-l
af , JS3w!2£ l S
travel? l7io e *enJ
fo'llXmS? fcrVur XllVJpridlii
and particulars. We famish best of bank
C&WiA£&*
9rHK following it a reproduction or a postal
VI. recently received front a down east hustler.
Mr. Lord was formerly located in Philadelphia
ant/ knows the agency business from A to
Parties who are interested in agency work will
do well to immediately correspond with Mr.
Ixjrd.—K dito*.
CUMBEKLAND MII I - ME.
Dear Friend:
Are you open to an agency offer?
I want an agent in your locality to work on
salary or commission. I will give you a $50 ap
pointment, and forfeit $50 if you do not clear
$150 a month. If you are interested, enclose
cent* to cover mailing expense, for full particu
lars, contract and two samples, the regular price
of which is 50 cents. All sent fully prepaid.
As to my responsibility, I 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. LORI).
AGENTS WASbttf
STcAlll $60 PUA0HIR IllllSUHfK.
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CUPS.
Nothin* like It.
Sella on alcht.
Agent* doable their . V
money. Efgepoeoh- 4v -,.-w■
< d in two minutes, .*/ :
Be flint In the Held.
Sample bv insil ftO rents. Mire
MISS A OO.. Mamif.tr
rrfnmne. A4dree*. _
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ONORP.HOEA AND GLEET. CURED
J 3 to In days with Dr. Stratton's Gonorrhoea
lament. Send prepaid 60 oents. Scientific Form
ula Company, 89 Green street, Albany, N. Y,
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PERSONAL.
USHER-Mre. Rob. rt Usher (Marie Antoinette)
please send adore*. i» l)UUK. STRONG & TAR -
VIS, 60 Wall utreet, New York City.
WIU.anv heirs ol William Gibbs, deceased,
who died In Philadelphia, l'a , on the 22d day
of May, 1829, please communicate with R. r
1NNKS- Esq., <20 Walnut street, Philadelphia^
WANTED —The address of N. Cameron,j fl
formerly lived in 28th rit. Address -M
Herald, New York. ^ 1 J
WILL John Tregoning communicite^lB
HIRAM 8. MAXIM, care Winslow & Lanier^
Nassau St., New York. ^
WILLIE III % KLO.—Important Send youi
address to BLOOMHART, Mount Vernon, N. Y.
it'
MIJNHO, Mm. M. E.-PImmc communicate
personally or by letter with <:. K MILLER. No. 6
d St., New York City. _
JORDAN'.—Relatives of William H. Jordan, de
ceased, late of the Stale ol Indiana, may learn
something to thelrlntcrestby addressing ATTOK
NKYS, Box 242, Herald Ilowntown, New York
City.
MRS. GEORGE F. GOKKEN, formeriy of 88
West 46th St., will hear something to her advan
tage In communicating with J. F Q., 1242
Broadway, New York.
INFORMATION wanted of Mary Norris, that
lived with Mrs. De Lacy, 747 East 5th St. Please
call at 247 West 126 St., N. Y„and she will hear
of something to her advantage, or write.
V
INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Smith who
left home October 3 ,18D8 ; uge 17, wearing blue
coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap.
Communicate with W. II. SMITH, 648 Lafayette
ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
one Mary Colfelt
N: Y., previous to
Wheeler,
INFORMATION wanted of
who resided in Schenectady,
1881, in the family of Dr. Edward
and went under the name of Mary Wheeler m t
while residing in Schenectady ; by communlcat- a
tng with the undersigned she will hear of some-l J
thing to her Interest. M ■
f. 8. JUNO. Box 615, Schenectady, N. Y, r
ii:
MRS. ROBERT SCALES.—Wanted, informati
garding
died in Nt
her husband's death she was supposed l
gone to California. 1 f she should see this
i ierson knowing where site is, please write to
JNDSAY, Park hill. Out., Canada.
Mrs. Robert Seales, whose husbantl
ew York about eight years ago. Aftel
to have
or an
re
LIBERAL reward will lie
mation as to whereatiouts of
left his home 201 President St, Brooklyn, night ol
August 31, and has not been heard of since;
height 5 feet 9 inches, weight 160, brown hair and
mustache, partially bald on top head, blue eves
and fair complexion; gray worsted suit of clothes
straw hat and black laced shoes
paid for any lnfor
W. E, Brewster who
Address
Mrs. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President St.
Brooklyn, N. Y
WILLIAM W. LABBERTON, will for hi* own
benefit please communicate at once with Mr
ARTHUR VAN SICLEN, 141 Broadway, New
York City.
WILL JuHN MARTIN formerly of 403 West
54th, communieute with MILLER, PKC'KHAM
DIXON, 80Broadway, New York.
WILLIAM O'KEEFFEand MARTIN I.PEEGAN
addresses to J. H. B., New York
send your present
Post Office. Box ]
.m
HOWARDS. HUDSON, formerly of Brooklyn
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE. 157 Her
ald Downtown. New York City.
MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRUSH.—News of impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J (l
376 Broadway. Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar
led John Burke in North America 50 years; live J
last 14^ Bowery street, New York.
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts of
as Btevedorc. Ad
North 8th st., Read
Joliu Collins, last employed
dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 1
Ing, Pa.
INFORMATION Is wanted a& to the where
about* of Maria Theis, wife of Charles Theis oi
their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER
York, Pa,
IF Frederick H. Deepe
the undersigned, he will
will send his address tc
hear something V' his
advantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald. 23d 8t„ New
York Citv.
ANY information from Dontery Margare
jen Flindt. wife of C. J. H. knudsen
would gladly be received. Please address HO
Id avenue N. Y.
t Knuo
Flindt
INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew
Christie, last heard of December 9; will be thank
fully received by his brother, DAVID, box 485,
White Plains N. Y.
KNIGHT—Information wanted of children of
Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing in Bioofcjvn.
Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Washingtoir
street, Jersey City, N. J.
INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Mure
and heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Address
EXECUTOR, 226 West 136th St., New York City,
Syracuse and Trov. Palters please copy.
WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son ol
the late David Davidson, Writer, Coupa*, An
Scotland, or any of his children, Address
^AU^US
DUNCAN & SON. Solicitors, Dundee. Scotland
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer,
Woodboiough, Notts, England, and Montreal,
Canada, will appiv to H. O. S., 762 Lafayette av.,
York, tie will be gladly received. Cuban
papers please copy.
No
EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wis., last
.•ed in a rcstau
heaid from in New York, employ
rant, will hear something to his interest by com
municating with REESE Al CARTER, Attorneys,
Dodgeville. Wis.
INFORMATION wanted—Daniel E. Daven
port, formerly of John E. Gowen and Co., con
tractors, or his heirs, will please communicate
with WILLIAM Z. McKINLEY, 189 Herald
Downtown New York.
WANTED—John Jackson, formerly a butcher
in Great Hampton Row, Birmingnain, England,
who many years ago went to America under the
name of James Johnson, and traded for some
years as cattle dealer in Kansas City. Jackson
(if alive), is now entitled to property iu England,
information to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother),
Shakespear Villa, Sparkhi i, Birmingham, or
THURSFIELD »k MESSITER Solicitors, Wsdnes
bury, England.
JOSEPH HUNNIS—A native of Russia, known
aere as Joseph Ennis, is required to communi
cate with his brother, Major F. Hunnls, St.
Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General ol
Russia 24 State street New York.
SURE__
IF J° hn Martin, who left the English navy
ihi l' Bellerophon about 30 years ago, is still liv
ln «- his "other, Jane Martin (nee Bransell),
VVoulli 11 ke to hear from him. Communicate by
L - *■■■ M Brooklyn. New
'
INFORMATION wanted
concerning the
whereabout* of James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire
land, who left home in 1891 for Australia: any
information will be gratefully received by his
sister, Kate Hardy, 1208 Locust street. Hhiladel
phia, Ta.
SHOULD this meet the eye ot any ol tile rela
tives ot Catherine or Benjamin Hough, formerly
of Stockport, England, MR. FREDERICK
BEARD will be pleased to see or hear from them.
Address British Steamship Encrgia, Market it
wharf New York.
HENRY 8. GRAY.--Information wanted about
Henry s. Gray, ol Toronto, lost heard of In sum
mer of 1893, when a bookkeeper with Simonda
Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at_
wards' Hotel, Greenpoint. Address GARTER,
HUGHES & DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York
City
Ed
If Theodore Hummel, oi Eutlgen, ODerampt
Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his homeinMoess
ingen in ifebruary, 1890, will communicate with
Post Office lK>x 183, New York, he will hear
01 something to his advantage. Information iu
& t ?a 1 r Sp^ 1 eXy ,hank,ully recelved -
- w .
I TO the Baron Vott Alveinlebeu, late of Fifth
Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd it., and 5th ave.
Sew 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.
INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Sheehan,
■on of Patrick F., born av 838 East 47th St., city;
left home, 735 East 143d St., in 1892, for Denver,
(X)l.; 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, 78b Halt U8d
Btieet, New York. Weitern paper* please oopy,

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