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These letters have all, with the excep
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tionof the above, been sent back by rep -1
"'able newspaper men of the city of YV.1- j
mington. They were immediately
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stamped as malicious lies and the paper I
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the
,
THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Indications tor to-day are that
cloudy, considerably colder weather
will prevail, preceded by rain and
** probably snow.
To-morrow, fair: colder weather.
THE
SUN.
WILMINGTON. DEL.
CLEMENT H. C0N6D0N, Sole Owner.
Catered at the Wilmington Post Office as
Second Class Hatter.
LONG DISTANCE- TELEPH ON 1567.
DELMARVIA TELEPHONE, !24.
Business Office and Editorial Rooms,
Mo. 103 East Sixth Street.
Mechanical Department, Mo. 103
East Sixth Street.
published every day in
the year and ia distributed throughout
the City of Wilmington and the State of
Delaware by authorized agents. Sub
scriptions should be 6ent to the publica
tion office by mail or telephone.
Friday, November 11, 1898.
Good morning! Do you buy in Wil
nington?
fijx'cial Telegram to The Times.
Dover, Del., November 7.
Much dissatisfaction is expressed here,
especially among the patrons of the
First National Bank, over the treatment
now being accorded* YVilliam N. Boggs,
who, as paying teller of that institution,
recently robbed it of $107,000—more
than its capital stock.
Boggs, having turned State's evidence
and confessed his crime, hoping for an
"easing up" of his own sentence at Tren
ton or Brooklyn Penitentiaries, is being
kept at New Castle Jail. There he lias
the privilege of the residence part, hav- j
\ ing never gone behind the bars, practi-:
tally livvs with his wife, entertains his I
children, dresses in fine clothes, and 1
often sits at the front window.
Once Boggs came to Dover to see one
of his children, who was sick, and since j
then lias been seen in Wilmington, al
Yvays attired in clothes of the latest cut, i
It is said that lie eats at the Sheriff's
table and that the Sheriff explains his
extreinely hospitable treatment in that
lie lias nut the heart to confine Boggs.
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The above telegram to the Phdaddplua
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l\mis i8 an idiotic story written by J.
Milton Davidson, of Dover, Delaware.
This is not the only letter of like char
acter which Davidson has written during
the last few- days. To newspapers all
over the country this man has sent
idiotic and malicious stories concerning
the present condition of YY'illiam N.
Boggs and the First National Bank of
Dover.
:
nfnrnhfp condition
pioraoie loiiuiuoii.
Davidson's spiritless and shuinefiil at
tack on Sheriff YVilliam It. Flinn is par-;
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Sheriff I-linn h treatment of Loggs is
all!
to whom Davidson had forwarded them
notified of their true character.
These letters in themselves give aseur- i
auce that Davidson is im-sponeible. That
he for some motive lias Hooded the news
rooms of several great dailies with mal- j
odorous statements like the above tele
gram.
Davidson's li tter in The Tout* is a lie ■
out of the whole cloth. A newspaper
that will publish such iniquitous stuff
W'itliout first making inquiry as to David
son's irresponsibility and later as to the
truth of lvis statements is surely in a de
ticularly despicable, coming,
just at ti e close of Sheriff Flinn's ternij
it does
and usage
but that
liich eusteii
over the United Stales have made proper.
A nrisoner'-nvaitimr sei fence in a lem
A prisonti awaiting Sfi.rence a lem
porary place of confinement is subject to
United States Government, so far as it re-;
latesto Boggs, is merely to produce him
in the United states Court whenever or-1
de^dtodoso. Newcastle Jail is not a
Federal prison, and a prisoner of the
United States placed therein while await
ing sentence is to be conditioned at the
discretion of the Sheriff, who is in no.
way compelled to place such prisoner in
The Sheriff is paid to keep the
prisoner and simply produce him when
so ordered.
The pernicious outburst of this man
Davidson is strikingly peculiar as we re
..-in. „,™„I
the fact that two New Castle prisoners
convicted of murder have on several 0C
casions gone forth from the jail and re
turned
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,T. Milton Davidson's irresponsibility
becomes dangerous when be endeavors
to gain the publication of such idiotic
lies as H e one quoted above in news
papers all over the country.
Knowing himself that his statement
ionic to this
deliberately
stamps himself as untrustworthy and not
answerable for any and all statements
inade by himself.
Davidson's declaration that patrons of
■ 1 .>• , v 4 * id i v .. f , i
the F irst National Bank are dissatisfied
over treatment accorded Boggs is the
clearest evidence of his irresponsibility
and the maliciousness of his attack on
Sheriff Flinn. Every patron of the First
National Bank is no way concerned over
Boggs'safetv or the treatment by which
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Tins product of,Davidson s pen is but
another stage ofjjtlie irresponsible jour
the discretion of the Sheriff in so far as
the conditions surrounding him relate.
Sheriff FTinn's contract with the
a cell.
that Boggs is allowed to
city is a lie, Davidson
that safety is made possible.
ed
j
by inspectors and determine whether or
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not those ballots should yet be counted.
The Kent county board ruled that the
decision of the inspectors relative to dc
faced ballots is final,except when the ex
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elusion of said ballots was claimed to be
the result of fraud on the part of some
election officer
*,ii w .t.,o
the county in which it sits would appeal
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r I to be right only in so far as a county
-1 ffice , g concerned u dups not aecnl
j t| .at a different ruling should be !
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I placed in each county- upon a matter ;
I . . . . , , , „
i which involves votes for the Con
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are, if elected, to be representatives of:
[the people of the entire .State. Hence I
rulings relative to ballots cast for such
nominees should be uniform in each
county.
nalism in Delaware. He is running in
the class of Jeromo B. Bell and Samuel
Bancroft.
Davidson's statement as to tbe treat
ment of Boggs by Sheriff Flinn is on a
par with Bell's charge against the Far
mers Bank at Georgetown, and Bancroft's
charge that the Levy Court of New Cas
tle county is guiltp of crooked contracts,
, mismanagement, maladministration and
extravagant appropriations.
Davidson, with Bell and Bancroft,
don't appreciate what it is to make a
charge against a person or persons which
they know at the time is untrue, or, at
least, if true, they are not able to prove.
J. Milton Davidson established ins ir
responsibility yvlien lie wrote the above
quoted attack on Sheriff YY'illiam R.
Flinn.
Thf word of every merchant in this
city should be as good as hie bond. The
word of a majority of the merchants of
this city is as good as their bond, as
proven by those who, having agreed that
they would close their places of business
at 0 o'clock except on Tuesday and Sat
urday nights, have done so.
There seems to be now a stampede on
the part of certain merchants to break
faith with the Salesmen's League and re
sume the night opening. In fact a num
ber who promised to close and did close
have opened. Presumably^ those who
l.ave opened last claim that such action
on their part is the result of other mer
chants, who agreed to close, having
thrown the doors of their places of bus
iness open. Let that be true, neverthe
less because Eome one else breaks faith
in
of
an
j ment, broke his word and threw open
hia doors ia to be 6 i 1U nned, while those
I
1
j -p 1IK 0 f New Castle County's
al- ,, , . ,
i Ibitum Board and the judges of the Kent
County Return Board yesterday differed
widely in a ruling relative to defaced bal
| o(g rj-j, e \ ew Castle county board ruled
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that it reserved the right to take up de
T faced ballots which had been throw n out
J.
all
N.
of
is no reason why you should do so. If
one merchant wishes to place himself on
record as not a man of his word, the
second should rather profit by such dis
play of unenviable character, instead of
follow ing that example.
The man who first cast aside his agree
who yet remain true to their promise are
: to be encouraged.
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The >ew Castle County Sunday school
at- Association field its eleventh annual
par-; convention yesterday ia Delaware Ave
|.me Baptist Church. There was a very
good attendance. ,
• caiicd to order
is about ft.>0 o clock, by the presiding of
all! licer Peter B. Avars, president of the
i
j
gressional nominees, folate nominees or
Legislative nominees. Such nominees
lie ■
Sl.NDAi SCHOOL CONVENTION.
-
Annual Session of New Castle Associ
ation Held in Dcdaware Avenue
the
de
Haptist Church.
ternij
snc.iatmii.
''
on, , c ^ , i cxe'dfi.s,
cmnmiUees were appointed on nomina- j
to lions, reso'ulions, credentials and fin-jeers
•i |„ c .
1 lie welcoming address to tlicassoci
irtion, delivered by the Ifev. YV. A YVal- !
P^tor of Delaware Avenue buptif-t !
re-; Church, and was responded to by Wil-;
him !»«.« K. Crosby on behalf of the dele- j
or-1 Kil {mere S ti„g and instructive papers were 1
a read by the Kev. J. C. Brock on "The |
the Sunday School an Important Factor in i
1 I p, ting Humanity, and the ■
the | I
no. At the noon hour dinner was served in
in j (lie Sunday School Hall. Miss Anna ,
the jhchardson was chairman of the enter -1
j A t" the'afternoon session the former j
| officeis were all re-elected as follows: !
man President, Peter B. Ayres; Vice-presi
re- J'' VItrloney and David I
| Joseph S. Hamilton; Treasurer, John J. ;
0C -i!te S i ri'iTalSrr?;, W ' Jv i
re- i 1- 5?V^ 0X ' !
i fvfrtHv 1 ** 'r OaI'°on Mrs. !
| j}. Matlack, Mrs. F. YV. Fenn and S. II. ;
| Baynard.
me evening session consisted of the
I ,e P9 rt,n 2 committees and song service,
i MtaTnntoV IJariSw
| and Aubrey Vandevcr Closing exer
j c, . 8eB vvere njado by the president, and
this ! ;' fler a , SOI, g the convention was brought
: nresident " benediction by the
not j ' --
j A Slight Wreck.
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of i Y ar d theT. C8 f I
i i ard oi the IW. «B. Kail road about
19.39 o'clock last evening.
the 1 The southbound track was blocked for :
some time, and passenger trains going
on I SIS h J
| nmndhouse, ani occureeJ white a^ !
over jW.dc B. shifter was running some ears
j 0, f *'> n siding. One of the cars, filled i
wftli cinder, jumped the rails and,
blocked the southbound track. The
but wreckers were called out and soqn had j
| the debris cleared away. |
mice.
as
the

ed that the minority judge, 1). B. Ma
loney, was attending his mother's
funeral, but would be at the Court House
j at£r
At this time Mr. Basse reported with |
the certificate from the Fifth of the j
First. 128
After the certificates .ad been re- 1
ceived, Philip Q. Churchman, represent
ing John C. McCaulley, the Republican ;
candidate for assessor in the First Kepre
sentative district, filed a complaint and
asked for a recount in the First election
district, alleging that 18 or HI ballots had
been thrown out and not counted, bo
cause in some places all points of the star
on the stamp did not show up, or that
the star was blurred or appeared defect
ive, while it was alleged that on one bal
lot the stamp was not in the proper
place. Samuel S. Adams represented
Assessor McCoy.
J. P. Nields, representing Mr. McCaul
ley, asked for a recount in the Third and
Fourth districts of the First, alleging
similar reasons, saying that 21 had been
rejected in the Third and 4(1 in the
Fourth. In this connection he filed affi
davits in support of his claims by Robert
T. Davis, judge, and F. R. Stevenson,
clerk, in the Third district; and of John
Godwin, judge, and William Goodland,
representing the Republican party, in
the Fourth. It was alleged that some of
the ballots had been soiled and some im
properly marked.
Walter H. Hayes filed complaints
from the Second district of the Tenth
Representative district on behalf of II.
W. Hushebcck, candidate for Represent
ative; John L. Taylor, candidate for
Sheriff; Arthur M. Wise, candidate for
Assessor, and James F. Molvor, candi
date for Inspector, alleging that 42 bal
lots had not been counted, either be- j
cause one or more of the election officers
thought they were improperly marked or
soiled, some being soiled on the back.
Frank fepeakman and Philip Q.
Churchman, representing John C. All
ston, candidate for Road Commissioner j
in the Thirteenth Representative dis
trict filed complaints Mr. Speakman
forthe First, Third and Fourth Flection
districts, and Mr. Churchman for the j
Second. It was alleged that because
ballots were construed to be improperly [
marked or soiled, 9 had been rejected in I
the First district 13 in the Second, 10 in [ C
the Third and 1.) m the Fourth.
All of the persons making complaint
asked for a recount in each case and the
Court required some time to consider the
applications. 1
J. Harvey Whiteman asked whether
the court would permit objection to be
made or complaints filed while the vote
was being canvassed,, provided they be
lieved tliey had discovered errors or
?. n >' tllin * !>P f on ' v,l , i( * '° ba «j complaints.
.Me was informed that such objections
cou i(i b e made.
It was about 2 o'clock when the First
district of the First Representative dis
trict was taken up This was one of the
districts in which Mr. McCaulley had
filed a complaint against the election of
James McCoy for assessor,
Mr. Churchman stated that he was
handed to the voters hv one of the
nanuea io me voters dv one oi me
clerks,
The Court informed him that they
! "Z" llot tr >' in « t le , elec l t '? n ,°. fficer8 ' f ?![
if they proposed to do this they would
; reouired to sit until next ('hristm.s
. rcquireu to sit u in nui enrisunas
in order to canvass the vote.
They flien «ent over the 31 rejected
ballots and decided that 30 had been
properly rejected,whilst the other Bhould
have been counted for Mr. McCauley,,
I and ordered that this be done,
Continued From Pane One.
John H. Rodney then addressed the
Court and stated that under the new Con
stitution they had no right to interfere
with or count bona fide votes either one
way or the other, and that the Court
was compelled to canvass the vote as re
turned by the election officers.
Judge Spruance stilted that they had
the authority, and said: "This is sup
posed to have been an honest election,
and, as far as the Court is concerned, we
| propose to count the vote and decide
which is right or wrong. If frauds exist,
w i, w it is hieli time that thev were
noted and if such is the "case we nro
P r )S e to find out ' '
The complaint was withdrawn against
, the Second district, and after this had
been tabulated the Court took up the j
Third district 1 j
John P. Xealds, Esq., filed an addi-:
tioiial complaint in this district of the
First Representative district for John (J.
j McCaulev, alleging that the election offl
fin-jeers of the said district had illegally I
thrown out 21 ballots, for the onlv rca
son that they were blurred or Hint the i
! stamp had been defective. !
! The inspector is Calvin I» \llmi ind
»j, e clerks were Plmrlos nnd I
j WilliamB.,X? and j
1 the CourthadTnswrted^he bX^thev
| decided that twelve had been nronerlv
i rejected and nine that had been thrown
■ out were legal and should be counted.
I ^.fonr
Durine the tabulation of il.ia i, a ii n t
, Chief Justice Due and Judge Spruance
-1 instructed the reading clerk to count the
j SS^HTa^nB&r^fm'Sa^'of'*1?
! Meisler liall as thev were one and the
same party. *
I The clerk was also instructed to do the
; In this district 244 ballots were cast
i Through Mr. Nields' Mr. McCaullev I
! Hied an objection to the vote in tbe
! Fourth district of the First Kepresenta
; tive district. P
lie claimed that 295 ballots had been
cast and that 46 of these 1 1 ad been re
jected by ttic election officers for
d" 8i " ,ilar t0 th °" in the Third
The decision of the court was that. 11
of the 46 ballots were nronerlv roierted
and that the remainder be counted
Of these 25 were in favor of McCaulley
opponent'fo^Msessor '' '" 8 ],emocratle
Tbe^ remainder of the First Bepresenta
tive district was then canvassed without
I T\ f T l ' Br i prote8,fl - 1,1 tl,G Ninth »
slight clerical error was corrected bv the
court, and in the Eleventh a shnilm- er
: ror was also corrected. 1
YVhen the district was completed it!
J Wa ! f «« n d that McCoy was elected by a
! jll^ty'had bion^^' 11,8 provio ' 18 ma '
It'is more than probable that the elec
i tion officers in the contested districts
may be charged with fraud, ns intima
tion to that effect was given vesterdav
j After the completion of the Firet Itep
| resentative district the court took a re
ceni until 7.30 o'clock in the evening.
They had been in session over six hours
and only tabulated 13 districts.
Before the recess was declared Kichard
N. Knnis, of the First district of the
Ninth Representative district, appeared
and handed his signed certificates to the
Court. Mr. Lnms stated that he did nt
know he was compelled to appear, lie
was then discharged.
| After the recess the Court again went
j into session and succeeded in canvassing
128 additional districts, making 41 in ull
re- 1 for the first day. These showed that
[James Hitchens,' Representative, had de
; feated Thomas F, Gorinlev Democrat, in
the First district, by 07 majority; (Jen.
John P, Donahoc, Democrat, had beaten
James D. Carter, llepublican, by 123,
and Francis J. McNulty, Democrat, had
bo- been elected over Daniel F. Stewart by
41 .
the
The voto in Tim Sun's senatorial
contest at 12 midnight stood as fol
lows:
j. Kdward Addicks.
in n enrv a. du Pont.
of r 6v Jonathan S. Willis.
im- jj on _ George Gray.
William du Pont'..'......
G en. James II. Wilson.
William Michael Bvrne.
II. Willard Saulsburv."..
Hon Ijevin j rvin g H . mdy
for Jo | m q ^ rav ....
for ii rn Anthonv lliffs'ns.
Benjamin A. IIazefh.'.
^euis C. Vandegrift.
be- j jr ran k Allee.
Geor g e yy. Marshall M. 1).
or John Biggs..'..
Horace Greelev Knowles...
Q. Caleb R. Layton, M. D.
jj jj yy ar d..
j 0 'j m ' p Donalioe
dis- f]ugh C Browne
George Massey Jones.'.'.VZ
|i n «ell S Fmrlnnd
the j William WagnerZZZ'
jgj m T. Dicker-.
[ Vi p u' mn , 1 ,
in I a' j Ainsco'w
in [ C h a r'leB F. Rickards
Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman
yj c t or |j Raci
p McCadden ...
the Anton Hauber
1 K M x p al , .
Newell Bail
be 'william T. Records!T...-!
Hiram K B urton.
1{ev . yy. j. Birmingiiam
or
the
of
the
me
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The Judges also ordered the reading
clerk to count Samuel M. Knox and
Samuel "N" Knox as the same person.
Court took a recess at 10 o'clock until
this morning at 9 o'clock.
Continued From Pace One.
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George J. Kloberg.
Y'ictor de Han, Jr.
Andrew C. Gray.
Jeff Butler.
YY'iliie M. Ross.
J. Paul Lukens. M. D.
Daniel F. Stewart.
C. H. Behringer.
Francis Bradley.
Howard E. Staats.
Daniel F. Taylor.
Andrrtv B. Jones.
H. E. Haul.
Harry YY r . YY'eyl.
(.'. L." Meiler.
Henry Ridgely.
YY'illiam C. Boyce.
George Lodge.
Them is F. Holland.
Jerome B. Bell.
Robert Adair.
Carmen Di Mare..
John G. Reed, Jr.
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r ranR H. Gay.
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George Hall.
-fames Stewart.
John F. Campbell.
John a Bodey.
had VY'dliam Gunn....
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j Albert YV. Cummins.
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! Mark Hedrick.
ind *■ Holland.
nnd I Edward Giff.
and j Patrick J. Black .
IL SScDa^w!. 0 .
William Saulsburv.
Charles T. Ewing.
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n t Michael Farce.
E. G. Shortlidge, M. I)
the Edw' n R, Cochran, Jr
5" AJ&rtCnwy'":
the Fred Eden Bach.
Pierce Gould.
the Walter C.Cheavens. ...
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Patrick Dugan.
I £ ri tz Elser..
tbe J • Charles Bogan.
Samuel Boot.
(,eorge Sperrle.
E - M - Ho °P e8 .
re- •^ ose P* 1 H. Evans.
for William YV. Draper...
Dan^l^O'S!":::;:
11 Horace YVeldin.
Stephen Boyer.
W. H. Thornton.
Charles B°wew : .
j'amw Bover
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last ten years."—Jerome B.
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be run for 25 cen s until
either have been seenred
of
SITUATION WANTED-MALES.
2<l
WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, A
position as body or gear maker. Apply to Harry
Smith, 602 King street, city.
ANTED—1'OSmON AT ANYTHING 1IY
a strong voung man of il. Address,
H. K. 4t»; (Vest Front SI.. Wilmington, Del.
w
WANTED—Ily a man ot experience and
ability, a place where lie can «arn a living, book
keeping, office work, AerViliwy nominal. Refer
furnished. Address Z. (j. Bun Office.
HELP WAN1 ED-MALES.
rrtwo GOOD SALESMEN AND COLLECTOltS
A, wanted, also two handy men (or Inside work
fall after 10 o'clock.
ily
HOB KING STREET.
SITUATION WANTED-FEMALES
Y oung lady of experience and in
togrity desires i»osition in a business firm
Address L. M., SUN OFFICE.
WANTED—POSITION AS INSTKUG
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
thing that I can do, and still maintain my home,
Address Emma K. Bmith,
1212 Heald St., City.
of
a Seamstress or any
young lady, position as cashier.
Address
8. A. O. this office.
WANTED-by a
Good references,
HELP WANTED-FEMALES.
'IIT'ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house
▼ V work. State wages. Address P. O. Box
152, city.
"\I7"ANTED—Married lady canvassers to sell
YY private books for women. 618 King street,
8 a. m. or 6 p. m
WANTED—Four business girls to work in this
city. Can make from |2 50 to $'>.00 a day. Apply
between 9and 11 a. m., today at No. 1117 East
Thirteenth street.
WANTED— A Girl fur general Houie and
Dining room work. Must have good reference.
Good wage* for right girl.
Address *K"
100^ E. Sixth Bt. City.
MISCELLANEOUS.
I C&ND 10 CfiNTS IN STAMPS OR COIN FOR
^ latest novelty. Entirely new. Immense*
sales. Agents wanted. BOX W,
Wilmington, Del.
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WANTED—Energetic agents, either sex. Char
ACter must bear strictest investigation. Addres*
■JUN office.
3d
ANTED.-GENKRAL AGENTS FOR A
new household article just out; sells at
every house. Call at Lafayette Hotel, 608 Mar
ket street. JOHN D. W1LEHER.
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MAN TO INVEST $100.00 IN LIGHT
manufacturing business—large profit*—no fake.
P. O. Box L, 295, City,
MAN WITH $75.00 TO INVEST IN
manufacturing business—200 percent, profit,
L this office.
WANTED—Plasterers at mw postofflee build
ing, Washington, 1). C. Apply immediately.
MR. HORNER.
W ANTED—50 boys to sell the Sunday edi
tion of The Bun. Biggest sale on record
last Sunday. More Uroiit. Apply 101 East Sixth
street.
ANTED—A mail in every to
. Legitimate, paying lusiuess, with
responsible concern. Apply at once, Box 8,
Philadelphia Pa.
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ANTED—YY'omen to svll Brassiae. Liberal
contract. A sale at every door. Brassine
Manufacturing Company, 54 North River street,
WIlkeBbarTe, Pa.
j ACCOUNTANT DESIRES EMPLOY
435 ment to open, post and close books, pre
428 pare trial balances, balance sheets and
42(1 statements ; books written up periodi
399 (rally, and temporary services offered at
D, SUN OFFICE.
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WAXTKD—Agents for "NO TAX ON
386 ) AGENTS;" book contains twenty-six decisions
385 1 ol 9ie highest courts in the laud, showing that
| agents, peddlers, auctioneers and canvassers are
'nipt from all sjieeial town taxes and license
fees; sells to every lawyer and eity officials as
well as to agents themsclv
a plete copy of book and terms. THE SUN, No. 5,
Randolph Building, Philadelphia.
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348 A
for com
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CT1VE SOI.H ITCRS WANTED EVER V-,
wiiere for ••The Story of the Philippines" by
Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Govern-I
ment as Official Historian to the War Department, j
The book was written in army Camps at San {
Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt,
in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, ini
the American trenches at Manila, i
gent camps with Aguinaldo,
Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of the bat
tle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for a cuts.
Brimful of original pictures taken hv government
photographers on the s|«>t. Large book. Low
prices. Big profits:-' Freight paid. Credit given.
Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free.
Address, F. T. Barber, See'v., 356 Dearborn St.
Chicago. ' octl7-lmo
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BUJDNEjy OFF0RTVIN1TY.
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management of one of the "llest ,laying oSlce
businesses In this section for an Eastern nianu
factunng concern. This is a business opening
that will stand tiie stisUUeHt investigation. No
trouble to answer questions.
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236
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168
127
Address,
ACTIVE, SUN OFFICE.
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G onorrhoea and gleet, cured in
3 to 16 days with Dr. Stratton's Gonorrhoea
tablets. Send prepaid 50 cent*. Scientific Form
lau Company, 39 Green street, Albany, N. Y.
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ISEASE PREVENT E D —
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Men who observe this sim- j
pie precaution are absolutely j
safe against veneieal infection i
V v PV^ 11011 *
JNo 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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year round, nt good wa-cr, at
home or to travel? If no, send
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ment tho
I your
I 4o in stamps tor our wholesale prioo-Ust
and particulars. Wo furnish beat oi banlc
, . references. __ ,
AMERVCAN TEft CO.,
y Deui*olr., jkilo J.
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Cl'cARI EGG POACHER AH!i STEW PAH.
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PERSONAL
USHER—Mr*. Robert Usher (Marie Antoinette)
please tieud bridros to DUER, STRONG A JAR
VIS, 60 vv.m utrect, New York City.
WILL anv heirs ol William GlUte, deceatfCC
who died in Philadelphia, Pa , on i K
of Mav, 1829, please eonnmir! irate v
1NNES- Esq., 420 Walnut .fc.-t, Philadelphia, Pa?
ft. Cameron, who
AC STONE, 120
~ 22d day
with R. if.
WANTED -The address
formerly lived in 28th St.
Herald, New York.
WILL John Tregoniiif? comimiuiufct* with
HIRAM S. MAXIM, care Winslow & Lunit? 17
Nussau St., New York.
WILLIE PA V L KLO.-I in \ Kirtant. Send your
address to BLOOMHAUT, Mount Vernon, N. Y.
MUNSO, Mrs. M. E.-Please communicate
personally or by letter with C. F MILLER. No. 0
2<l St., 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 212, Herald Downtown, New York
City.
INFORMATION wanted of Alexander McAuly,
captain of the coal boat Mackay Left Kondont
Tuesday 2T>th. Owned by McCollum Broa., ooal
merchants of Greenpomt, Brooklyn. N. Y. Fam
ily residence, 103 Dupont Btrcet. N. Y.
MRS. GEORGE F. GORREN. formerly of Vi
West 46th Ht., will hear something to her advan
tage in communicating with J. F. Q., 1212
Broadway, New York.
INFORMATION wanted of Mary Norris, that*
lived with Mrs. J)e Lacy, 747 East 6th St. PleaseV.
call at 247 West 126 8t., N. Y„ and slje will hear V
of something to her advantage, o^wrfte.
INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Bmith who
left home October 8,1898 ; age 17, wearing blue
coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap.
Communicate with W. II. SMITH, 648 Lafayette
ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
YVILLIAM YV. LABBKRTON, will for big owl
benefit please communicate at once with Mr.
ARTHUR VAN BICLEN, 141 Broadway, New
York City.
WILL JOHN MARTIN formerly of 403 W«it
54th, communicate with MILLER, FECKHAM £
DIXON, 80Broadway, New York.
WILLIAM O'KEEFFE and MARTIN I.DEEGAN
send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York
Post Office. Box 1.909.
HOWARD S. HODSON, formerly ot Brooklyn
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 157 Her
sld Downtown. New York Cltr.
MRS. ADDIEGRAMBRUSII.—News ol Impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J,,
370 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar
icd John Burke in North America 50 year*; lived
last 14% Bowery street. New Y'ork.
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabout* oi
John Collins, last employed os stevedore. Ad
dress MARY PHILLIPS, 910 North 8th *t., Read
ing, Pa.
INFORMATION is wanted as to the where
about* of Maria Theis, wife of Charles Theis or
their children. Address E. W. SPANGLER
York, Pa,
I
*
IF Frederick II. Deepe will send his address to
the undersigned, he will hear something t? hia
advantage. GERMAN\ r , 218 Herald, 23d Bt., New
York City.
ANY information from Dontery Margaret Knud
*en Flindt. wife of C. J. H. fcnudsen Flindt
would gladly l>e received. Please address 110
3d avenue N. W
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 war.ted of children oi
Mrs. Jane Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn.
Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Washington
street, Jersey City, N. J.
INFORMATION warned of Lillian De Muro
and heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Address ,
EXECUTOR, 226 West 136th St., New York City, j
Syracuse and Trov. Papers please copy.
WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son of
die late David Davidson, Writer, Coupa*, Angus
Scotland, or any of hi* children, Address DAVID
DUNCAN &, SON. Solicitors, Dundee, Scotland.
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricketer,
Woodborough, Notts, England, and Montreal,
Canada, will apply to H. O. 8., 762 Lafayette av.,
New York, he will be gladly received. Cuban
papers please copy.
INFORMATION wanted of
Mary Colfelt
ho resided in Schenectady. N. Y., previous to
188*1, in the family of Dr. Edward II. Wheeler,
and went under the name of Mary Wheeler
while residing in Schenectady ; by communicat
ing with the undersigned she will hear of some
thing to her interest.
J\ B. JUNO, Box 6i5, Schenectady, N. Y.
MRS. ROBERT SCALES.—Wanted, information n--®
regarding Mrs. Robert Beales, whose husband p
died in New York about eight years ago.
her husband's death she was supposed to
gone to California. If she should see this c
After
have
any
i»erson knowing where she is, please write to P.
LINDSAY, Parkliill, Out., Canada.
LIBERAL reward will be paid for any infer
niation as to whereabout* of \V. E, Brewster who
I left his home 201 President Bt, Brooklyn, night oi
; August 31, uiid bus 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 cloth
j straw hat and black laced shoes.
{ Mrs.J. W. BREWSTER, 201 President St,
Brooklyn. N. Y
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Address
WANTED—John Jackson, fcrmcrly a butcher
in (ireat Hampton Row, Dlinnin<nain, England,
who many years ago went to America under the
mime of James Johnson, and '.nuled for some
years as cattle dealer in Kansas t'ity. Jackson
(if alive), is now entitled to property In England.
Information to WILLIAM JACKSON (brother),
Shakcspear Villa, Sparkhl i, Rlrmingham, or
TIIURSE1ELD & IfESSlTER Solicitors, Wsdnes- .
bury, England.
JOSEPH HUNNIS—A native of Russia, known
i 5E W
Ue " eral °'
^ State street New York,
IF John Martin, who left the English navj
ship Belierophon about 30 years ago, is still liv
ing, his mother, Jane Martin (nee Bransell),
would like to hear from him. Communicate by
letter with L. A., i(R Ryerson St., Brooklyn, New
York.
INFORMATION wanted
whereabouts of
concerning tire
James Hardy, of Donegal, Ire
i who ieii> nonie in 1891 for Australia; any
information Will Ire gratefully received by hi*
I sister, Kate Hardy, 1208 Locust street. Philadel
j Va -
j should this meet the eye ol any of the rela
i nlvesof Catherine or Beniamin Hough, formerly
of Stockport, England, MR. I-ltEDERICK
beard will be pleased to see or hear from them,
tSart" "^ tcom! " ,p Eut,rgla ' Market
HENRY 8. GRAY.—Information wanted about
Henry S. Gray, oi Toronto, last heard of in sum
mer of 1893, when a bookkeeper with Sirnonu
Mfg. Co., Long Island City, and living at Ed
wards' Hotel, Grcenpoint. AddrcsB CARTER,
I HUGHES & DWIGHT, 96 Broadway, New York
! City
If Theodore Pummel, ot Kitlgen, Oberampt*
Horb, Wurtemherg, who leftblshomelnMoeat
ingen in February, 1890, will communicate witfe
Post Office Imx 1811, New York, he will hear
of something to his advantage. Information
regard to him will be thankfully received.
Western papers pleaBe copy.
TO the Baron Von Alvcnsleben, late of Fifth
Avenue Hotel, corner of 23rd st., and 6th ave.
New Yorki—You are particularly requested to
communicate with J. D. B. Lewis, Solicitor, 'JO
Bucklersbury, London, Eng. Anyone knowing!
the address and communicating the some will Mfl
rewarded. 4
INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius 8he<
son of Patrick F., born av 838 Fast 47th St.,
left home, 735 hast 143d St., In 1892. for De
Col.; last heard from him in April, 189!Ly
Denver; was going to Stoekton.Cal.; fathfll
mother dead; come home to John. Henda|
formation to JOHN J. SHEEHAN, 735 Jl
Stieet, New York. Western pa
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