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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Indications for to-day are that fair,
slightly warmer weather and fVeah
southeasterly to southwesterly winds
will prevail.
To morrow, partly cloudy to cloudy
weather, with rain.
SUN.
THE
WILMINGTON. DEL.
CLEMENT H. C0N6D0N, Soli Owner.
Catered et the Wllmlegtoa Post Office ae
Second Class Hatter.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE, 1567.
DELMARVIA TELEPHONE, 124.
Butinett Office and Editorial Roomt,
Mo. 103 East Sixth Street.
Mechanical Department, Mo. 103
Eait Sixth Street.
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.
Saturday, November 5,1898.
Good morning! Do you buy in Wil
mington?
against the ballot when the election
officers are true to themselves, their
country and their God. But to the ever
lasting glory of the Stale, be it said the
Courts of Delaware, as now constituted,
are absolutely beyond Hie reach of all
complicity in such crimes as those com
..., ,
mitted two years ago.
The Judges, each one and all of them,
Let every election officer take this to
himself and if he is aware of any crime
that is to be committed against tlie ballot
he will only be doing his sw orn duty by
lodging information against all men who
journalist and
snowed under politician (?), persists in
trying to advise others how to do that
which tiie vote of the jreople declared
him incompetent to do himself.
To liear this man prate of what should
be done politically, one can easily see
that the sting of Ins own political failure
,"Td« " d
t. .(i„„.«
no one would think that his knowledge
of political corruption came from per-'
tonal experience.
It is the pot calling the kettle black.
Scurrilous attacks upon a man's repu
tation by Mr. Samuel Bancroft savor
strongly of the ridiculous.
Mr. Bancroft would be better and more
profitably employed in finishing the
work he commenced, when he made
tho.fourcrhiiiua, charges against
B—^ '—t —
In this way he may in time become at
The Street and .Sewer Department is
short of funds, so tliev say.
Tt , ot .. • , . ,
riiat seems strange, when one consul
ers the large appropriations received from
City Council.
What has become of all these mon
\\e merely ask for information. That
the Street and Sewer Department lias
done good work is not disputed. They
will doubtless do more. Does not the
interesting^reading for the men who £
' hetax0S - ' |
A Watch Tower Burned. j
The telegrapher's tower, known as
Price's Tower, on the P„ W. & B. Rail-I
road near Newport, was burned down '
late yesterday afternoon and telegraphic j
connection from that point cutoff for I
sometime.
Officials wno will serve at the coming
election will do well to read of the his
tory of the crimes of 1896 in New
Castle county.
Here are the names of the men who
were convicted, and a heavy fine im
posed in each case:
Edward A. Brandt, Third District,
Third Ward.
James F. Earley, Third District,
Twelfth Ward.
Thomas F. Martin, Fourth District,
Fourth Ward.
James E. Draine, Fourth District,
Eighth Ward.
Albert Alherger, Sixth District,
Eighth Ward.
Michael T. Conway, Fourth District,
Tenth Ward.
Michael A. Carroll, Second District,
Tenth Ward,
Hugh Wallace, Fourth District, Sec
ond Ward.
Those who may be inclined to maneu
ver with the returns or the ballots on
November 8 are not likely to be fined
by the Court.
The new constitution provides severe
punishment for election crimes.
There can be no crime committed
are above reproach. The high ideal of
the Judges and Courts is to-day approved
and maintained by the Superior Court,
of Delaware.
Before this bar of justice and this high
court of law, let tiie bribe-giver and the
bribe-taker be dragged and punishment
ineted out to them as shall be deemed
wise by the Court.
"have any complicity in such crimes.
Samuel Bancroft,
least an inoffensive citizen.
eys?
Publish the report.
Continued From Page One.
whether we will maintain the high
standard which haa been set for us by
those who have gone before, or whether
Delaware shall sink to the position of a
venal commonwealth, the natural and
chosen prey of rich adventurers, who
desire to gratify political ambition by
filling the loftiest places which our people
have within their gift."
He referred to Delaware being the first
of the original thirteen States; told that
one of her sons gave the casting vole
which decided that independence should
be declared; said that her representative
first ratified the Constitution of the
United States, and declared, in fitting
terms, that from the very first, "on bat
tlefields and in the halls of Congress,!'
Delaware has maintained her proud
B lace. Why is it, he asked, that any
elawarean should, in the coming con
test, vote the Republican ticket? He
did not place much credence in the "get
ting together" process of the Republican
party, and further said: "Confident of
their ability to control in the Legisla
ture the votes of a majority of the Re
publicans who will be elected, one wing
of tbe party demanded from their fac
tional opponents in New Castle county
that they shall pledge themselves to
abide by the results of caucus, not only
in the selection of officials for every
place who are to be chosen but in mat
ters of legislation. What does ttiis mean?
Why is it that if a man secs fit to be a
Republican honestly, though mistakenly,
that when he is placed in a position of
responsibility where the interests of his
State are concerned, that his honest
opinions may not be trusted, but that he
must yield, not only as to matters of
party policy, not only as to the selection
of the official heads of their organization,
but also in matters of legislation in
which the whole people oi the State
without distinction of party, are con
cerned, but must yield his opinions, no
matter how strong they may be, no mat
ter how right they may be, to the will
and wishes of a few others who may be
elected to sit with him in a legislative
body?" This sort of thing was chaiacter
ized'asan attempt to rule by "king
caucus," and tlie party itself, to use a
slang expression, lie said "is a bird,"
and think of the number of wings it has.
It lias no head, no tail, no feet, but it
lias winas. The latter were named thus
—lliggirigs Wing, Addicks Wing, florae
Wing, du Pont Wing and a "Get-to
„...._,,,, „„ .. ,
feUhem aU to flotf together "The Dem°
g ,lv^,i •-i op t -f /, 1 * ,
referred^ to as honest frugffi and Icon
i„i iii -i, ' g , econ
wTth anv State in the Union a ' 0nibly
Mr Sanlsburv held his hearers' atten
tion when liesaid the wonTindiofment
he could draw aeainst tlie Republican
party and its manners^ would contain a
aclifef charec tiiaUif elevating to high
among us without any thought oi the
future or reverence for the past, who en
deavor by any means to accomplish their
E olitical purposes. This custom has
rought to the Republican party its own
punishment. '
We findhumed-Caveat
and J t ,^ g K disqualify ing hhnMlf from vot
i„g, because lie'could not become a
Democ-at and would not put himself in
the portion of helping the degenerate
n 5 ''," , lts £, st d ? ya
delighted to do Inm honor. Attention
was called to the fuel tlun nniiw ih»
was caiiea 10 me tact mat under the
present beautiful and beneficent He -1
publican provision of one dolWi less
men are qualified to vote than under the
m r C n ab " sed de, "| ( l u ! ! " t •"? laws - bn '
der Democratic rule in Dataware public
education has been encouraged, public
schoois have reached a high degree of
Sifr i ai ' d the credit of no fetate
stands higher. He continued: "Have
you ever thought that if dishonest and
unscrupulous officials get control of the
State treasury what might be done with
mat million dollars or so that Democrats
sav'inv^f hw Alci'nFL '°f ,ber ~ tbc
cal Democratic management. ' Look "at
Pennsylvania, w here Quay and the State
i"; as , ur ? r are ,llld f arr est for using tlie
State's funds, and you have vour an
ewer. The plain people of the county
art the Democrat*, and to these people
the economical Administrations in State,
and county are the greatest bless
Kers if ,tv lial seen'
which have been displayed throughout
this country and called. McKinley
bftd £ es - All the farmers in Kent and
w'aTof'iliustratioT Im Tur^^ins'idc
an empty pocket.
nSfifflflttLWtt Sre
sap ssrsss as
county was defended and it was con
trasted with the same body in Sussex,
* bicb the .Republican, control. The
pelican?, was'dwelt uSanl tile staU-'
ment was made that we all want good
J' oads , an( l will try to get them. The
^ ^ ^ tlw
Then, dwelling up'oi/riatTonaT^affairH
Mr. Saulsbury smd^hat President Me
Kinley must in fairness be responsible
^r i
Z, nC r idenC ° for f; ed tb ® Spanish
calif asketf iThousfijf of'wives" and
mothers and sisters are forlorn from Re
publican incompetency and mismanage
ment. The glorious victories which our
armies have achieved are dimmed and
tarnished by the pain and sufferings of
IfT "' l ! ofou 8 bt . or s '°" d willing to as
sist. All over this country, within touch
of plenty, soldiers ' have gone
hungry; all over tins land, disease
and death . bave decimated our;
'Anf fow^o make' vofforeet'that'the 1
commaSM-chlrf TtUe Irmy of
STbrought "S ^
calamities. 8 on our foldierf: Yo«
r glo a r?o«s de resiffis ^hfavXaU'Z?
^ es ar «'satisfied by parades'and flaunt- j
hftrioUsnfw i 1 i °pre veil "a propef piim
isl,ment. Who has achkwedX vie- 1
tories of this last war? The soldiers^of
this country, without regard to politics !
led for the most part by the natural!
leaders of the people, or by those men
selected and continued in position by
Democratic administrations. We all
know that Schley is a Democrat. Hobson
it a Democrat. And, while some try to
dispute it, we know by the way Dewey
lioks the Spaniards that there it so much
of old Andrew Jackson in him that he
must be a Democrat. The Republicans
have one hero in this
war, Shatter, who weighed three hun
dred pounds when he went to Cuba, and
three hundred and fifty when he got
back; while fighting old Joe Wheeler was
shinning up palm trees to get his bear
ings, and at seventy years leading
charges against the Spanish lines. Sbaf
ter advised a retreat, and Joe Wheeler
made a faint-hearted regiment lie down
and charged his men right over their
prostrate bodies." The part Delaware
took in the conflict was narrated, the
nephew ot our Chief Justice Yielding up
his young life. As soon as the adminis
tration got into deep water with the
diplomatic business they came to Dela
ware for aid, and Mr. Saulsburv's old
friend and schoolmate, John B. 'Moore,
who practiced law in Wilmington, a
Delaware boy born and bred, and a
Democrat, was made first assistant secre
tarv of State to keep matters straight for
Day. Moore is now in Paris keeping the
Spaniards in their proper place as chief
legal adviser of our Peace Commission,
in which another honored son of Dela
ware, Senatoi Gray, fills well his place,
and endeavors to help the Republican
administration out of trouble. Democrats
of Delaware will not forget that states
man we still mourn, who, if alive, would
be with us to-night, and who laid the
foundations of international friendship
for us so fast and strong that we were
permitted, unhindered and unembar
rassed, to assert our country's rights and
do justice to suffering humanity near our
shores.
A great many pet
foreign possessions a
as a result of the Spanish war will not be
great, and the greatest peril will attend
the attempt by this country to assimilate
the mixture of populations crowded upon
the Philippines.
seem to
lope that tiie
to our domain
Because we have been able to build up
a great country is no reason why we
should turn our hands, bo to speak, to
organizing and running Chinese, Malay,
Negro and savage insane asylums.
Reference was made to tlie proud his
tory of tlie Democratic party and its ad -1
ditions to oar national domain.
He concluded as follows: "We, in little
Delaware, must not be remiss in duty,
must not see our little State the play
tiling of adventurers and opportunists,
We kept the fire of Democracy burning
liere ' vllen a11 but one sister State had
fallen into darkness, and individual
Ubert - vbad indeed ebbed most low, and,
remembering the past history of our
-State, her honorable traditions,' resolved
future sliail not be a record of,
disa8tcr a »d disgrace, we cannot fail.
" (,ood tidings reacli us from Kent and
Sussex, and I know Wilmington and
^ ew Castle Democrats too well to believe
they wi " be '""•'ward in the
_ _
YOUNG HOI iT'S DEATH.
_
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Number of Sensational Features
Promised After the Body is E.v
Against
Will.
A number of sensational features will
no doubt follow the cxhiimim? of the
body of Waher (IHoMnd the post
mortem that will be held on the remains
tins morning
m c . , .
The sensation promised is concerning
the suit that will follow the disposition I
0 f tlie property according to the will of I
tlie deceased.
Since his death on Wednesday of last i
week and his subsequent burial from the
residence of his uncle, E. T. Stroud, at
No. 503 West Fourth street, the will has
been filed for probate with Register of
Wills Calvin W Crospan 6 ;
Howell S. England, Esq attorney for
young Holt states that the will wia ev
ecuted just'after Holt became of age!
after he had been discharged as cured
from the first of two or three times he
lyispita^oMJie'fiisane 11 Th^b^nefida
rira under'the wilUre ^lowell ^Eng-!
land, Mary Irwin, Harvey Wyatt and
Elizabeths Daniels y
This will has not been probated but is
met bv a caveat tiled hv Wa'L u
Hayes,^s attorney for Edward T Stroud!
The caveat is a general exception, but it
ie , underetood that the caveator will
the^'rnakffig of the'wdfr'rh^'es'tate 'is
said to be worthVl.000 to 1*50) «H
prising three small houses and a $200
"Wthe making of the will w.Ll
WnH. m v i'j h b
suss «*• ~ "
With reeard to Holt's mental
t i on Mr England savs that tlm
S Hoit went to^
miftm w.ThMavTnfb C ° m '
ined by Dre!pvle 'a^d ffifrre He X t«
afterwards released beimr rnre!l " BS
«"wKteoiS the' insU^ionthat he
made , tbe wbb went back the
Dre'"pyleand^erce 8 " Aeahx he'was V*
charged He attempted to secure work
turned to F'arnliurst. ' g '
trimt r ; E buUeLg'ned b and a C e ng ^ ^
Uon'oniolt mid deddedthat laf C "" di "
sane.
i) r . j. T y Blocksom the
fa " lily P h >' eician ' declines to mske
^l
^ fa!l«^
^ cker ' who "Sreseffifthe EquSe
afnX^nf refaUvesTjdom^visUed
m- , IIan . cker B I 1ol <eof one visit of
i S ,elat ' vcs when they brought a man
'?. 1,a9set ' S V ?v H ?J t- T' 113 Inade
fot n,i" w hiln feme Ml n , t ,anc,<( ' r would
' a him treated that
lie
It
. was ln '
Then the Equitable Guarantee
and Trust Co. was appointed his trustee
Tlie Stroud family claims that Holt
was abused while in the hospital, and
the purpose of the action of Lemuel j
Stroud in making affidavit that lie was I
dissatisfied as to the cause of death is to
have the body exhumed and
nation made.
an exami
any
way again.
Read Tim Sun,
(
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Tb ® vo *« J n T™. Sen's wnator.al
contest at 12 midnight stood at fol
|0W8:
J. Edward Addicks.
Rev. Jonathan S. Willis
Hon. George Gray.
Col. Henry A. du Font-.
William du Pont.
Gen. James H. Wilson..
William Michael Byrne
Willard Saulsbury..
John G. Gray.
Hen. Anthony Higg
Benjamin A. Hazeil.
Lewis C. Vandegrift.
George W. Marshall M. D.
John Biggs.
Horace Greeley Knowles.
J. Frank Allee.
Caleb R. Layton, M. D.
H. H. Ward.
John F. Donahoe.
Hugh C. Browne...
George Massey Jones.
Howell S. England.
Hon. levin Irving Handy ....
J. William Wagner.
H. C. Moore, M. D.
John T. Dickey.
A. L. Ainscow.
Charles F. Rickards
Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman
Victor H. Bacon.
Newell Ball.
Anton Ilauber..
Victor de Kan, Jr..
Rev. W. J. Birmingham....
Rev. M. X. Fallon
R. McCadden.
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Silent Vote Will Count.
Special Dispatch to The Sun.
Dover, Del., Nov. 4.—Tbe Union Re
publican County Committee of Kent,
met here to-day, and tlie members ex
pressed themselves as perfectly satisfied
with tbe political autlook.
Great dependence is placed on the sil
ent Democratic voters, and every day
scores of these are assuring the Republi
cans of their suprort.
They state that they intend to rid the !
party of their ringsters and then form a
new partv.
Shifter Jumped the Track.
a d wt , ,, .....
, " , ' " ". shifting engine jumped
be track , 1103,1 Harlan & Hollingsworth
Company s yards yesterday afternoon,
assenger tram o4 was blocked for an
10Ur '
Will Await Prosecution.
James Dugan of Rising Sun, who was
recently assaulted by two members of
tlie First Delaware, has decided to post
pone the prosecution of his assailants
until after they are mustered out.
od
Be
"The Farmers' Bank at
Georgetown is
holding
worthless paper,upon which
money was raised to buy
Democratic votes for
last ten years."—Jerome B.
Bell, in the Sunday Star.
.n
10
for
the
Situations or help adver
tisements in THE SUN will
be run for 25 cen s until
either have been secured
and ordered out.
HELP WAN1ED-M ALES.
A CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY
/V Min're for "The Story of the Philippines" by
Burst Halstead, commissioned by the Govern
ment as Official Historian to the War Departmeht.
Tbe book was written in army Camps at San
Kranciseo, on the Pacific with General Merritt,
In the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in
the American trenches at Manila, in the insur
gent camps with Agulnaldo, on the deck ol the
Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of the bat
tle at the fall of Manila.
Bonanza for asents.
Brimful of original pictures taken by government
photographers on the spot. Large hook. Low
prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given.
Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit tree.
Address, F. T. Barber, Bec'y., 346 Dearborn fit.
Chicago. octl7-lmo
T WO GOOD SALESMEN AND COLLECTORS
wanted, also two handy men (or Inside work
606 KING STREET.
Call after 10 o'clock.
WANTED—Plasterers at new postoffice build
ing, Washington, D. C. Apply Immediately.
MR. HORNER.
W ANTED—60 boys to sell tbe Sunday edi
tion oi THU SUN. Biggest tale on record
last Sunday. More Profit. Apply 1M East Sixth
street.
W ANTED—A man In every
ware. Legitimate, paying
responsible concern.
Philadelphia
town In Dela
business, with
Apply at once, Box I,
Pa.
WANTED-Agents for "NO TAX ON
AGENTS;" hook contains twenty-six decisions
of the highest courts in the land, stiowing that
agents, peddlerB, 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. (or com
plete copy of book and terms. THE BUN, No. 5,
Randolph Building, Philadelphia.
SITUATION WANTED-MALES.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, A
position as body or gear maker. Apply to Harry
Smith, 002 King street, city.
ANTED—POSITION AT ANYTHING BY
a strong young man oi 23. Address,
H. It. 406 West Front St.. Wilmington, Del.
\v
I
:
--WILLIAM
"TELANTED—Women to sell Brassine. Liberal
YY contract. Asaleatcvery door. Brassine
Manufacturing Company, 54 North River street,
W ilke s ba r re. Pa. _
xirmwn . h „ . ~
TITANTED—A half-grown white girl for house
YY work. State wages. Address P. O.
152, citv.
WANTED—By a man ot experience and
ability, a place where he can earn a living, book
keeping, office work, Ac. Salaiy nominal. Refer
ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office.
HELP WANTED -FEMALES.
\\f ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell
YY private book, for women. 613 King street,
8 a. m. or 6 p. m
WANTED—Four business girls to work in this
city. Can make from»2 50to}3.00a day. Apply
between 9 and 11a.m., today at No. 1117 East
Thirteenth street.
WANTED— A Girl for general Home and
Dining room work. Must have good reference.
Good wages for right girl.
Address 'E"
100)4 E. Sixth St. City.
SITUATION WANTED-hEMALES
WANTED-POSITION AS INSTRUC
tor ill private family by a young lady of fine
morals and spiritual training and excellent edu
cation, and a former school teacherof reputation
Salary wanted Is small. AddresB this office.
WANTED
g A position as a Seamstress or any
thing that I can do, and still maintain mv home
Address Emma K. Smith,
1212 Heald St., City.
WANTED—by a young lady, position
Good references, Address
cashier.
H. A. G. this office.
MISCELLANEOUS.
S END 10 GENTS IN STAMPS
latest novelty. Entirely
sales. Agents wanted.
OR COIN FOR
new. Immense
BOX 92,
Wilmington, Del.
WANTED—Energetic agents, either sox. char
"J. 118 * ^ eftr strictest investigation. Address
SUN office.
W
ANTED.-GENERAL AGENTS FOR A
new household article lust out; sells at
every house. Call at I.afayette Hotel, 608 Mar
ket street. JOHN I). WILEHER.
MAN TO INVEST $100.00 IN LIGHT
manufacturing business—large piofits—no fake.
1'. O. Box L, 295, City,
ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EMPLOY
rnent to open, post and close books, pre
pare trial balances, balance sheds and
statements ; books written up periodi
cally, and temporary services offered at
small
D, 8UN OFFICE.
cost,.
MAN WITH $75.00 TO INVEST IN
manufacturing business —200 percent, profit.
L this office.
BUSINESS OFFORTHNITT.
l r f c l ,ance for an active party with small
capital to invest to take an interest in and
management of one of tbe fast paying office
businesses m this section for an Eastern inanu
™ nc ® m A This is a business opening
that win stand the strictest investigation. No
trouble to answer questions. Address,
ACTIVE, SUN OFFICE.
PER SURE
Sffr DAY Commission.
UU you want honorable, steady employ
ment the year round, at good wages, at
your own home or to travel? If so, send
4o in stamps for our wholesale price-list
and particulars. We furnish best of bank
. references.
OR
of
6000 ACT
For the stage paving
$25.00 weekly. Send 10^
i a „ an T d . ^dressed stamped
enyelime, S. II. Lingerman, 705 N. 5th
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED
noil onr—*
COMBINATION
STEAM EGQ POACHER AND #TEW PAM,*
Antl-djipeptle.
Kcmaleali
6
CUPS.
Nothing H! £e It.
Sell*
Right.
double their
Acre
money. Eggs poach- . :'
In two minutes.
first In the Held.
of
WISE &. CO.. Jiniiufac
■RtamoH. Addresg. r '
. SUTLER. Ohlff
easy money for agents.
Beet Inhaler made; sells like wildfire,
ouc; sample and particulars for 25c.
Lasts one
year.
BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO.,
Bellaire, Ohio.
Box 270.
BIKER JBHNSON'S
list of un
, . lucky days
cts.; very curious, been handed down
generations, only by chance they
came in my possession, r. O. Iiox, 177
Ridgeville, Ind. '
son
f?
PERSONAL
USHER—Mrs. Robert Usher (Marie Antoinette)
please send address to DRER, STRONG i JAR
VIS, SO Wall street, New York City.
WILL any heirs of William Gibbs, deceases,
who died In Philadelphia, Pa , on tbe 23d day
of May, 1829, please communicate with R. H.
Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pat
WANTED-Tbe address of N. Cameron, who
formerly lived In 28th fit. Address STONE, 130
Herald, New York.
' Esq.,
communicate will!
finsiow & Lanier, 17
WILL John Treg
HIRAM 8. MAXIM, -
Nassau St., New York.
WILLIE PAUL ELO—Important. Send you
address to BLOOMHART, Mount Vernon, N. Y.
MUNSO, Mm. M. E.-Please communicate
personally or by letter with C. F MILLER, No. •
id fit., New York City. _
JORDAN.—Relatives of William H. Jordan, de
ceased, late of the State of Indiana, may learn
something to their interest by addressing ATTOR
NEYS, Box 242, Herald Downtown, New York
City.
INFORMATION wanted of Alexander McAuly,
captain of the coal boat Mackay Left Rondout
Tuesday 25th. Owned by McCollum Bros., ooal
merchants of Greenpomt, Brooklyn. N. Y. Fam
ily residenee, 103 Dupont street, N. Y.
MRS. GEORGE F. GORREN, formerly of 83
West 45th 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.
INFORMATION wanted of A. II. Smith who
left home October 3,1898 ; age 17, wearing blue
coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap.
Communicate witli W. 11. SMITH, 648 Lafayette
ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colfelt
who resided in Schenectady, N. Y., previous to
1884, in the family ol Dr. Edward II. Wheeler,
and went under the name of Mary Wheeler
while residing in 8cheneetady ; by communicat
ing with the undersigned she will
thing toiler interest.
hear of some
S. JUNO. Box 615, Schenectady, N. Y.
MRS. ROBERT SCALES.—Wanted, Information
regarding Mrs. Robert Scales, whose husband
died in New York about eight years ago. After
her husband'g 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, Parkhill, Ont., Canada.
LIBERAL reward will be paid for any infor
■nation as to wherealxiuts of IV. E. Brewster who
left his home 201 President St, Brooklyn, night oi
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 eyi
and lair complexion; gray worsted suit of clothi
straw hat and black laced shoes. Address
Mrs. J. W. BKEVVSTER, 201 President St.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
W. LABBERTON, will foi^his^own
I' l< -™ a , t , I P leas y communicate at once with Mr.
ARTHUR VAN S1CLEN, 141 Broadway, New
>l,rlt 6"ty- __
WILL JOHN .MARTIN formerly of 40:1 West
MJh, nimmunicate with MILLER, I'KCKIIAM &
DIXON, 80Broadway, New York.
Box- — _
WILLIAM O'KEEFFEand MARTIN I.DEEGAN
send your present addresses to J. II. B„ New York
Post Office, Box 1.909.
HOWARD S. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157
aid Downtown. New York City.
MRS. ADDIE GRAM BRUSH.—News of impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J„
376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
er
INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar
led John Burke in North America 50 years; lire J
last Bowery street. New York.
INFORMATION wanted oi the whereabouts of
John Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad
dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th it.. Read
ing, Pa.
INFORMATION Is wanted
, .... to the where
abouts of Maria Theis, wife of Charles Thcls or
their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER
York, Pa,
IF Frederick fl. Deepe will send his address
the undersigned, he will hear something to his
ad vantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 23d St. f New
York Citv.
to
ANY information from Dontery Margeret Knud
sen Flindt. wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Flindt
would gladly Ire received. Please address 110
Sd avenue N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted concerning Matthew
Christie, last heard of December 3 ; will be thank
. u .L 1 X r «', el ,' ,:d .!' y brother, .DAVID, box 485,
White Plains N. Y.
KNIGHT—Information wanted of children of
Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn.
Address WALTER COLLINS, 843 Washington
street, Jersey City, N. J.
INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De Muro
'ndhclreor Frank and John De Muro. Address
EXECUTOR, 296 West 136tli 8t., New York City,
Syracuse and Trov. Papers please copy.
WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son ol
che late David Davidson, Writer, Coupar. Angus
Scotland, or any of his children, Address DAVID
DUNCAN & SON. Solicitore, Dundee, Scotland
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer,
Wood borough, Notts, England, and Montreal!
Canada, wifi apply to H. O. 8 ., 762 Lafayette av.
New \ork, be will be gladly received. Cuban
papers please copy.
EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wls., last
heaid from in New York, employed In a restau
rant, will hear something to fiis interest by com
munlcatjng with REESE & CARTER, Attorneys.
Dodgeville, Wis. '
WANTED—John Jackson, fcrmerly a butcher
in Great Hampton Row, Birmingnam, 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 In England,
information to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother),
Shakespear Villa, Sparkhi i, Blrebinffham or
bury Engfand ^ Solicitors, Wed'nes
'UNhllft —a native of Russia, known
acre as Joseph Ennis, is required to communi
cate with his brother, Major F. Hunnis, 8t
Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General of
Russia 24 State street New York.
IF John Martin, who left the English navy
ship Bellerophon about 80 years ago, Is still llr
Ing, h s mother, Jane Martin (iieeBranseH),
would like to hear from him. Communicate by
letter with L. A., 104 Kyereon St., Brooklyn, New
fork.
INFORMATION wanted concerning the
whereabouts of James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire
land, w ho left home in 1891 for Australia; any
information will be gratefully recaived by his
sister, Kate Hardy, 1208 Locust street. Philadel
phia, Pa.
SHOULD this meet the eye ot any of the rela
tives of Catherine or Benjamin Hough, formerlv
Stockport, England, MR. FREDERIC^
BEARD will be pleased to see or hear from tS
Address British Steamship Energia Market at
wharf New York. ' 0,1
HENRY H. GRAY.—Information wanted about
Henry ri. Gray, of Toronto, last heard ofin"
wh T e " » bookkeeper with Bimondi
Mfg.Co., Long island City, and living ifc Ed
HUGHES^DWIfim^i^w A 2 dre8s BARTER,
HUGHES & DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York
t'OBt"( Si p? b | r ilv r> i , K 1 i h9 v wbl communicate with
sn^.TwJS.V 83 ' , New York - hB w ' 111 hear
reuarfi m Si™ h , *„, ad ''" nta ge. Information in
nS£5n IfaS?ItaSi copy. a, ' k,Ully reUelTCdl
N nflfarefa3^ N , wa "tcd of Cornelius Sheehan,
2 ? , „" t "CkF.. born ai 838 Fast 47th St., city
,n 1W2 ' for Denver
leari frora lllm 1,1 April, 1892, from
mnthS'sS goln * Stockton, Cal.; father and
gg ffftoul' come home to Jolin. Bend any in
Stieet 1 N.w°v J. SHEEHAN, 785 East 14M
fltteer, New lork. Western papers please eopy,

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