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The indications fbr to-day are tbat cloudy to partly cloudy weather will prevail, with rain and slightly lower temperature. To-morrow, clear,colder weather. SUN. THE WILMINGTON, DEL. CLEMENT H. CON600N, Soli Owner. Batered at the Wilmington Post Office as Second Class Hatter. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE, 1567. OELMARVIA TELEPHONE, 124. Silliness Office and Editorial Rooms, Ho. 103 East Sixth Street. Mechanical Department, Ho. 103 East 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 acriptions should be sent to the publica tion office by mail or telephone. Monday, November 7,1898. Good morning! Dt you buy in Wil mington? Officials who win 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. .lames F. Earley, Third District, Twelfth Ward. ThomasF. Marlin, Fourth District, Fourth Ward. James E. Draine, Fourth District, Eighth Ward. Albert Alberger, 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 against tiie ballot when the election officers are true to themselves, their country and their God. But to the ever Courts of Delaware, as now constituted, are absolutely beyond the reach of all complicity in such crimes as those com-. ... , , nutted two years ago. The Judges, each one ami all of them, are above reproach. The high ideal of the Judges and Courts is to-day approved , ... , , ,, ■ „ and maintained by the Superior Court, of Delaware. lasting glory of the State, be it said the Before this bar of justice and this high court of law, let the bribe-giver and the bribe-taker be dragged and punishment meted out to them as shall be deemed wise by the Court. Let every election officer take this to himself and if lie is aware of any crime that is to be committed against the ballot he will only bedding his sworn duty by lodging information against all men wlm hive anv complicity in such crimes. From all over the State conic reports of arrangements whereby the verdict of! the ballots may be diverted. Schemes of all sorts are hatched hourly to snatch by fraud that which the vote of the people has decided contrary to the wishes and desires ol a few. Professional perjurers will stand at the booths and oppose their conscienceless —" -** "'*.■««' *•« press bis wishes at the polls. These are the stories which come in —*• Governor Ebe W. Tunnell t-i issue his! manifesto upon the matter of election frauds. Bribery, theft, trickery of almost every kind have been and, it is said, will be tried. Irom all over the .State. n» .w. down io ti'G cold fact that Delaware is bound to have an honest election. An honest election means the political death of many men who have hereto . . , . m, - . fore posed as party leaders, fins they know, hence the plethora of schemes. They will not succeed. The man who attempts to In any way pervert or thwart the result of an honest election will find that lie is a very un popular individual and that the way of the transgressor is hard. The Eviti/ Evening still maintains its apathetic silence in the matter of its charges against the Levy Court. Maladministration. Mismanagement. Crooked contracts. Extravagant appropriations. Here are the chatges, the most serious , ,, , , . , winch could be made against au official . , . .. body. They were made openly in the columns of the Every Evening, There has never appeared in any issue of that paper any item of proof of its as sertions. If the proof is in possession of the, r'./r'Vi","' in *" i—* should be published. If the proof does not exist and is not in the possession of the Every Evening, then that paper stands self-convicted of a bare-faced attempt to "mace" the Levy Court. TWO ANNIVERSARIES. ! Both Epworth M. E. and West Pres byterian Sunday Schools Hold Appropriate Exorcises. The thirty-fifth anniversary «f the Sunday school connected with the Ep worth'M. E. Church, Tenth and Lom bard streets, was celebrated with appro priate exercises in the church at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The pulpit was decorated with flowers and potted plants. Special music was rendered, dresses were made by Rev. R. Irving Watkins, of New Castle; Rev. James Crowe, of Asbury Church, and Messrs. Appleby, of Delaware Avenue Baptist nurch, and Wise, of New Castle. The pupils of tiie infant department rendered recitations and sang special musical selections. According to the secretary's report the number of officers and teachers are 36; average attendance each Sunday, 30; scholars in main room, 235; average at tendance, 192: scholars in infant depart ment, 107; average attendance 95. Total number of officers, teachers and scholars, 378; average attendance, 317. The choir of the church rendered a song service last evening. "Mighty i Jehovah" au original composition by Rev. Edwin Gardner, of the Wilmington Conference, which was never sung before, was rendered. Ad c iere Thirtieth Anniversary. The West Presbyterian Sabbath school celebrated its thirtieth anniversary iu the church last evening. The church was handsomely decorated with flowers and potted plants. An interesting program was rendered under the direction of the pastor, Rev. A. N. Keigwin; Superintendent of Pri macy Department, Miss Clara Menden hall! and Chorister Jacob T. Clymer. The pupils of the primary depart ment occupied seats to the right of the pulpit. Addresses were made by Dr. George W. Bailey, President of the New Jersey State Sunday School Association and a member of the Executive Committee of the International Sunday School Conven tion and the pastor. The present membership of the school, including officers, teachers and pupils, is 908. A framed crayon picture of Charles Baird occupied a place of honor on the pulpit platform. He was the first superintendent, and held that position until his death, last June. AN ICE HARVEST. Decent Democrats Leave a Meeting in Disgust on Hearing Vitupera tive Speeches. Special to The sun. Little Cheek, Del., Nov. 0.—United States Senator Richard Rollins Kenney and Hon. John D. Hawkins, the ac knowledged and only leaders of the j I>emocratic.;partyjiii Kent county, spoke i here last night. I'hey struck a frost from the beginning . and the frost deeDened into a regular ice , j, arveB t ere they were done. I Their Audience at the beginning num | bered about forty. As the speeches pro cep j| et * decent element ol the small audience left in disgust, Senator Kenney's speech was made up of blasphemy and vituperation, and his references to political opponents were interlarded with profanity. One of Senator Kenney's most bril liant oratorical flights was bis assertion that "every man who casts a Republican vote here next Tuesday votes for that This was \ damn oil tank at Cluymont." 11 h'bd sample of his entire speech. I liuvkuiB was not much better. From a vote-procuring standpoint, both had better stayed away. They lost votes by coining here. De Democrats are disgusted, and rather than cast their votes in behalf of such men as these will stay at home. -- - of! Tensolier'Institute. The Sussex County Teachers' Institute will meet in Armory Hall, Milford, on of | ^Sm.Vhave heen toured UVtni " P ' ; Opening night, Lovett's Boston Stars December 1, Will Carleton, the poet: December 2, Hon. Wallace Bruce. engaged-' 10 "'"*' ins,n ' ctor9 1,ave been Dr. T.' O. Corson, ex-State Superin. | tendent of Ohio, and now editor of tiie **'1 \o Sellout Journal. - 01 Martin G. Brumbaugh, Ph. I)., Pro j fessor of Pedagogy, University of Penn syIvania. jasttafiT'' •**-> Dr. Charles C. Boyer, President State Normol School, Kutztown, I J a. George B. Hynson, Pb. D., University is 1 phia, Pa. Detective Aagaiilicd. , Detective W. T. Jones claims that, he was assaulted and knocked down by a! special officer yesterday morning after he had succeeded in arresting Silas Malin. i He says the assault was committed at *' ift| . and King streets, of OhOrgetOWIl is "The Farmers' Bank tit holding worthless paper,upon which money was raised to buy | ~ ' , Robert McCadden, proprietor of the , i Delaware House, is ill. i Miss Olcdo Jones, of tins citv, is the gncgt of friends in Dover. ' Mr. Evans has been visiting Rev. It.! 1. Watkins at New Castle, Miss Edith Beck, of Smyrna, has been visiting friends iu this city. the, h*vy Courtmnn John Mealey has had »;!Ktf 3 ^:iBS&S 5 kS , bridge, which is occupied by Bridgeten j der Green, who lias charge of the bridge. Democratic votes for the last ten years."—Jerome B. Bell, in the Sunday Star. i an com Continued From Page One. The vote in The Sun's senatorial contest at 12 midnight stood as fol lows: J. Edward Addicks...—. Rev. Jonathan S. Willis. Hon. George Gray. Col. Henry A. du Pont. William d'u Pont. Gen. James H. Wilson. William Michael Byrne. Willard Saulsbury. John G. Gray. Hen. Anthony Higgins. Benjamin A. HazelL. Lewis C. Vandegrift. George W. Marshall M. D 11610 11351 .11344 .11312 .10496 .10293 .10246 .10115 8903 8618 8397 7879 6889 6855 John Biggs 6137 J. Frank Allee. Horace Greeley Knowles. Caleb R. Layton, M. D. H. H. Ward... John 1*. 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..... Anton Ilauber.. Newell Ball. Rev. M. X. Fallon. R. McCadden. Victor de Kan, Jr. Rev. W. J. Birmingham. William T. Records. Hiram R. Burton.. George J. Kloberg. Jeff Butler. Andrew C. Gray. Mifflin D. Wilson. Willie M. Ross. Daniel F. Stewart. J. Paul Lukens. M. D.. C. H. Behringer.. Howard E. Staats. Francis Bradley. Jerome B. Bell. Dr. J. S. Prettvman, Jr. Daniel F. Taylor. 0. L. Mciler.. Henry Ridgely. George Lodge. Robert Adair. William C. Boyce. John G. Reed, Jr. Thomas F. Holland. William C. Lawton. Harry W. Weyl. H. E. Hanf. Andrew B. Jones. J. P. Malcotn, M. D. David Daagel.-. John McCaffrey. George Farnan. Thomas L. Scott. Frank H. Day. Thomas Fay. Edward Gipp. Clarence J. Pyle. Carmen Di Marc.. Elmer E. McDaniel. Win. II. Hill. John S. Bodey... James Stewart. George Hall. Albert W. Cummins. Lee L. Maloney.... John F. Campbell. William Gunn. Frank Cauzzo. Edward Giff. Mark Petlrick. F. F. Holland. J. McDaniel. Louis Rhineholt ... Andrew Trainer ... Patrick J. Black... Joseph Martin. Francis Mel). Quinn William Saulsbury... Charles T. Ewing... Baldwin Springer .... G. A. Rhoades. Harry Fisher. W. C. Eliason. 5488 48,50 4713 4211 . 4015 3830 3186 2916 .. 2620 . 2216 . 1927 . 1472 1370 12.53 1179 1135 1133 1064 1038 1016 998 941 860 830 787 786 7.54 742 660 . 623 489 466 425 416 412 410 404 . 396 388 382 . 376 371 367 364 361 340 338 336 331 326 320! 2 ,so 273 279! 256! 247} 317 305 299, . 296 285 243 241 287 231 . 226 . 225 .•/— 219 214 212 203 198 191 187 172 162 156 133 147 C. Herd man. Michael Farce. j Daniel Akens. j Edwin R. Cochran, Jr j K. G. Shortlidge, M. D j L. Layton . 141 136 108 80 70 76 32 26 25 J. Albert Curry. ; Fred Eden Bach. j Walter C. Cheavens PntHek'lhimn 168 i? r j( z J.' |aer ^ . j bjumiel Booth . I ^ el ? r 8 e J , P errle . pinh H P K™i' H . William \V^ Draper Mo-WriT*. h'<. race tv Idi. stanhon knu..'. v'! . inmpa iwor inb ' »r - .Y*'" * ■ ! 12 11 9 8 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 The primary grade teachers will hold a rneeti ng on Monday. PILES I PiliESI a! j j PILES I There is but one cure. Send one Dime, THE DOMINION INSTITUTE. Box 3. London, Ontario , WW _ : ET ! * It.! ' P V RIVATE Weaknesses are erinanently cured by* "a iless and truly re markable treatment just dis covered by a world's famous Specialist. It Is not a medi cine or apparatus nor does It •uvoive any kind of hardship o discomfiture. It Islnex. pensive. Full Instructions sent In a confidential, plainly sealed letter for One Dime (no stamps;. Address Sandow Sys tem, Box 87. Wilkes-Barre, Fa p O c O R R SECRET STRENGTH Clieulars mailed to well-to-do farmers lor 81.50. All fresh names. J. W. McGraw, Mansfield La. /pier Jtoriej Seqd io Cents for Sample Copy. YOUNG'S MAGAZINE, New Orleans. D URING 1895 , I distributed over 250,000 pieces of advertising mat ter and up to date I have not heard of a single complaint. Results assured if your printing is worth the serving. HENRY J. CLARK Wilkes-Barre Pa. Box 87, NEBRASKA. A New Field for Advertisers / The Echo 4 is an col. monthly. J Guaranteed circulation of 1,000 copies monthly. It reaches people who you have been unable to reach. Ix>w rates given advertisers during the months of Oct., Nov. and Dec. Send for rates. Address Thi Echo, Wauneta, Neb. EASIEST PLAN to earn a bicycle is to sell 600 of my "10 Nights in a Bar Room," at 10 cents a piece. Retail price 25 cents. A 2-cent stamp brings particulars. 12 cents a copy of the book and full particulars. BICYCLE BOX, 27, Lititz, Pa. AGENTS FOB KING KNIFE. Fastest cutting knife made you write you wifi never be sotry. W. E. SITTERLY, 75 Washington Aubnrn. N. Y. If Street. D ISEASE PREVENTED— Men who observe this sim ple precaution are absolutely 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. Agents Herald WANTED The Public Herald WANTED We will tfive One year's subscrip tion to THB SUN and Ten cents cash r _« TUI? a n T.-M-rc for one copy ol either 1 HU AG1.N IS HERALD or the PUBLIC HERALD, | bearing any of the following dates:— | 1876 —January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, Sep teinber, 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, Decern ber. 1890 — February. Donot send any dates not named above. Ad dress THE SUN 2257 Van Pelt St., Philadelphia, Pa. .Distributors Supplies. I 1 , Every Distributer needs a kit. No other concern in the country can compete with us in the manufacture of the goods; no other house makes a ^ l l specialty ot iurmshing these supplies. The complete outfit will be sent any where for $5. It consists oi the fol- j lowing necessary articles: 1 official schedule of rharo-ee it m I otllCiai sclieuule of charges 7 10 I Strap 8 feet long, I y, inches wide, thick, heavy webb and strong pat ent buckle. Made expressly tor Dis tributors. .75 ^ i Sign Packers Hammer, very finest quality and superfine finish i Paste Brush, seven inch, all clear, white bristles, set very full, patent fastening, wax finish head and handles. i Canvas Bag, regulation size, with stout strap for shoulder carrire. Best made. Rivited througout at points and well stitched i Bone Folding Knife. Best selec tion. i set of 5 inch Stencils for lettering signs. You can order any of the above ar ticles at the price quoted. We have no catalouges; we do no printing. We handle no goods, other than those mentioned above. •5° 75 1.00 25 2.00 The Distributor!' Supply Company River and Uj^ion Streets, WILKES-BARRE, PA. i OPIUM ! WHISKY! ARE YOU/IYICTin. Have you a husband, wife, lover, sister, son or brother who is a slave to Chloral, Opium, Morphine, Whisky or Tobacco.'' We will send you one month's treat ment securely and plainly wrapped for ten dollars. It will positively cure any case of habitual drunkenness or opiate poisoning. The medicines can be administered with the food. Address I j ; ! THE QUAKER DARBY, PA. Situations or help adver tisements In THE SUN will be run for 25 cen h until either have been secured and ordered out. SITUATION WANTEO-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 ft strong young man of 23. Address, H. K. 406 West Front St.. Wilmington W , Del. WANTED—By a man oi experience and ability, a place where he can earn a living, book keeping, office work, Ac. Halaiy nominal. Refer ence furnished. Address Z. G. Sun Office. HELP WANTED—MALES. T WO GOOD SALESMEN AND COLLECTORS wanted, also two handy men for inside work Call after 10 o'clock. 008 KING STREET. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALES Y oung lady of experience and in tegrity desires position in a business flrm Address L. M., SUN OFFICE. WANTED-POSITION" AS IN 8 TRUG 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 tliut 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. HELP WANTED -FEMALES. XIT-ANTED-A half-grown white girl for bouse y\ work. State wages. Address P. O. Box 152, city. TIT"ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell W private books 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$3.00 a day. Apply between 9 and 11 a. 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^ E. Sixth St. City. MISCELLANEOUS. END 10 CENTS IN STAMPS OR COIN FOR latest novelty. Entirely new. Immense es. Agents wanted. s BOX 92, Wilmington, Del. WANTED—Energetic agent*, either sex. Char acter must bear strictest investigation. Address SUN office. X\T anted.—general agents for a vv new household article just out; sells at evt'rv house. Call at Lafavctte Hotel, 508 Mar ket street. John d. wileiier. _ MAN TO INVEST *100.00 IN LIGHT fake. manufacturing business—large profits— P. O. Box L, 295, City MAN WITH $75.00 TO INVEST IN manufacturing business—200 percent, profit. L this office. WANTED—Plasterers at n« w lostoffice build ing, Washington, D. C. Apply immediately. MR. HORNER. lirANTED—50 toys to sell the Sunday edi W tion of The Bun. Biggest sale on record last Sunday. More Profit. Apply 101 East Sixth street. W ANTED—A man in cfery town in Dela ware. Legitimate, paying tusiness, with responsible concern. Apply at once, Box 8, Philadelphia Pa. WDtoUrre "F K a <; ° ra, "" y ' M ' N,,rth RiVCr 8tre0t ' winces barn,, Fa. w ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EMPLOY meat to open, pest and close books, pro l mre trial balances, balance sheds and statements; books written up periodi ea }'| illl< ? tL ' n, Pd r .uy hcrMtu-f- ert at small cost, D, M,.\ OH'ICE. _ _______EXECUTOR, WANTED—Agents lor "NO TAX ON AGENTS:" l»«,k eontaim twenty-nix decision* of tbe hfthetl court* in the laud, knowing that "Kents, tieddlers, auctioneers and canvassers are exempt from all social town tuxes amII cense fees; sell* J" every lawyerand city ^officials as X t ",! : H l ! l ^k l ei' 1 ',rienw." l T , liK sun ,' 1 No."'.' Udoitf Building. 1'hiladeUdda. - - ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY J\. where for "The Story of the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, commissioned by tiie Govern ment as Official Historian to the War Department. The hook was written in army camps at Han Francisco, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in liong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in tiie insur gent camps with Aguiimldo, on tiie deck of the Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of the bat tle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on tiie slot. Large look. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war looks. Outfit fne. dress, F. T. Barber, Chicago. the Pacific ith General Merritt, Ad .Sec'y,, 356 Dearborn Ht. oetl7-lmo BU/INE/J OFFORTMNDTT. 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 tills section for factoring concern. This is a business opening that will stand the strictest investigation. No trouble to answer questions. Eastern trmnu Address, ACTIVE, SUN OFFICE. PER SHTRI? SALARY OH COMMISSION honorable, fi tody cmpl K mentt ho year round, ot good. W B your own homo or to travel? If W 4c in Etamjis for our wholesale p ice-hs*. I and part iculars. We f urn ith best o£ buulr il _ roforencos. _ AMERICAN miDO.. Jr Dot rol 2 .. 1 A c. L~x Ac, c.Vxii* R District Map of Delaware The STATE SENTINEL of Dover is hav ing prepared and will soon be ready to deliver a New Map ot Delaware, giving tiie boundaries of the Representative and Senatorial Districts as provided by tiie New Constitution. $1.10 will i_: this valuable Map and the State Sentinel for one year. The number is limited; subscribe at once. New subscribers will receive tiie paper the balance of this year free. Address, with remittance, The State Sentinel, Dover, Del. DAY DO you at send nee ure AGENTS WANTED COM BI N AXIOM OTtAM EGG POAC HER ANG S TEW PAN. ' V" "" " Auti-itjM.icptle. CUPS. ^ KoIhl.iaiikoK Ml ts Atruiit h UUTLKAGcW IP ! B« 11 U. ihl.J. r.. pIIi ! I wIsb'aoOmM PERSONAL tJSHBB-Mn. Kob.,riU*her (Marie Antoinette) Please send adflrens to DIIEK, STRONG A JAB VIS, 60 Wall street, New York CltyT WILLany helm ot William Gibbs, deceases, who died In Philadelphia, Ra , on the sadder of May, 1 H 29 , please eommunicate with R. H. INNES- Esq., 4ft Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa! WANTED -The address of N. Cameron, who formerly lived hi 28th St. Address STONE, l» Herald, New York. WILL John Tregonlng communicate with HIRAM B. MAXIM, care Winslow «k Lanier, 17 Nassau St., New York. WILLIE PAUL ELO.—Important. Send your address to BLOOMHART, Mount Vernon, N. Y. MUNSO, Mrs _ personally or by letter with C. F MILLER. No. tt 2d St., New York City. JORDAN.—Relatives ol^ WIlllain H. JordanTde ceased, late of the state of Indiana, may learn something to thelrintereBtby addressing ATTOR NEYS, Box 242, Herald Downtown, New York Cl tv. M. E.—Please eommunicate INFORMATION wanted of Alexander McAulJ, captain of the coal boat Mackay Left Rondoui Tuesday 25tb. Owned by McCollum Broa., coal merchants of Grccnpomt, Brooklyn. N. Y. Fam ily residence, 10) Dupont street, N. Y. MRS. GEORGE F. GORREN, formerly of SS West 45th 8t., will hear something to her adv*D toge 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. pleas, call at 217 West 126 St., N. Y„ and she will hear of something to her advantage, or write. INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Smith who left home October 3,181)8; axe 17, wearing blue coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap. Communicate with W. 11. SMITH, 648 Lafayette ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colfelt who resided in Schenectady, N. Y., previoua to 1884, in the family of Dr. Edward H. Wheeler, and went under the name of Mary Wheeler while residing in Schenectady ; by communicat ing with the undersigned she will hear thingtoher interest. X a JUNO. I Box 615, Schenectady, N. Y. MRS. RO RT SCALES.—Wanted, information xardinx Mrs. Robert Scales, whose husband died in New York about eight years ago. After tier husband's death she was su gone to California. If she should see this or an person knowing where she is, please write to LINDSAY, rarkhili, Out., Canada. re to have p y LIBERAL reward will be mation as to whereabouts of left his home 201 President St, Brooklyn, night of 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 eyes and fair complexion: gray worsted suit of clotnea straw hat and black laced shoes. Addfess Mrs. J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President St Brooklyn, N. Y. paid for any infer W. E. Brewster who WILLIAM W. LABBERTON, will for his own benefit please communicate at once with Mr. ARTHUR VAN SICLEN, 141 Broadway, New York City. WILL JOHN MARTIN formerly of 403 West 54th, communicate with MILLER, PECK HAM & DIXON, 80Broadway, New York. WILLIAM O'KEEFFEand MARTIN I.DEEGAN send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York Post Office. Box 1.909. HOWARD 8. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn please send address to ACQUAINTANCE. 157 Her ald Downtown. New York City. MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRU8H.—New* of impor tance. Anyone knowing her address notify J„ 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 o! John Collins, last employed as stevedore. Ad dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th st., Read ing, Pa. INFORMATION is wanted as to the where abouts of Maria Tlieis, wife of Charles Theis or their children. Address E. W. HP ANGLER York, Pa, IF Frederick 11. Dee che undersigned, he w will send ids address to hear something t,^ hi« advantage. GERMAN Y, 218 Herald, 23d St., New York Citv. ANY information from Donter aen Flindt, wile of C. J. H. would gladly lie 3d avenue N. Y. SSStttrt" his iSSSSffilvw. box 485, white Plains N. Y. Margaret Knud nudsen Flindt received. Please address 110 Matthew he thank knight—I nformation wanted of children of Mra. Jane Knight, formerly residing In Brooklyn, AUUress u alilb cohLixs, 348 Washington » tre ct , je _ re e> citv, n. J. - information wanted of Lillian De Muro and heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Addres. 'tin West 186th st. New York city, 8 7 | * <m,e ^PapenpleMecopy. WANTED-Kobert Bruee Davidson, a son of tile late David Davidson, Writer, Oounai, Angus Scotland, or any of his children, Address DAVID DUNCAN * hoN. Solicitors, Dundee, Scotland. ___ IK Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer, New York, be will be gladly received. Cuban papers please copy. EUGENE SMITH, formerly of Arena, Wis., last heard from in New York, employed in a restau rant, will hear something to his interest by com mimiculing witli REE8E & CARTER, Attorneys. Dodgeville, Wis. WANTED—John Jackson, formerly 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, Hparkhi i, Birmingham, or THURSFIELD df MESS!TER Solicitors, Wsdnes bury, England. JOSEPH HUNNIS—A native of Russia, known here as Joseph Ennis, is required to communi cate with his brother, Major F. Uuimis, St Petersburg, Russia, or the Consulate General oi Russia 24 State street New York. IF John Martin, who left the English navy ship Bellerophon about 30 yearn ago, is still liv ing, his mother, Jane Martin (nee Bransell), would like to hear from him. Communicate uf letter with L. A., 104 Rycrson St., Brooklyn, New York. INFORMATION wanted concerning the whereabouts 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, l'hila _ phia, Pa. SHOULD this meet the eye ot any of the rela tives of Catherine or Beniamin Hough, formerly of Stockport, England, MR. kltEDERICK BEARD will be pleased to see or hear from them. Address British steamship Energia, Market zt. wharf New York. adel HENRY 8. GRAY.—Information wanted about Henry 8. Olay, ol Toronto, last heard of in sum mer of 16'Jil, when a bookkee|,er with Simondl Mfg. Co., Ixmg Islam! city, and living at Ed wards' Hotel, Grcennoiut. AddresB CARTER, HUGHES «k IiWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York City If Theodore Hummel, ot Entigen, Oberampt Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his homeinMoeas Ingen in February, 1890, will communicate with Post Office Ik)x 183, New York, he will hear of something to his advantage. Information in regard to him will be thankfully received. Western i«pers please copy. TO the Baron Von Alvensleben, late of Fifth Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st., and 6th ave. New York!—You are j»artieularly requested to communicate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, Bucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing the address and communicating the same will be rewarded. 20 INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Sheehan, sou of Patrick F., born ai 338 East 47th St., city; left borne, 735 East 143d St., 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. Send any in formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 735 East 143d Stieet, New York. Western papers please copy,