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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Indications ftw to-day arc that clear
weather and fresh northwesterly and
westerly winds will prevail.
To-morrow, fair, slightly warmer
weather. _
SUN.
THE
WILMINGTON. DEL.
CLEMENT H. G0N6D0N, Sole Owner.
Catered at the Wilmington Pont otnee aa
Second Class natter.
LONG DISTANCE TELtPHON 1567.
DELMARVIA TELEPHONE, 4.
Business Office and Editorial Booms,
Mo. 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
ecriptions should be sent to the publica
tion office by mail or telephone.
The riot in Wilmington, North Caro
lina, is a deplorable outcropping of the
old race feeling in the South, where Lin
coin's idea of making "all men free and
equal" has never taken firm root. Just so
long as our laws make it possible lor a
negro majority to dominate a white mi
nority superior in everything but num
bers just so long will bloodshed accom
pany the political fortunes of the South.
Lincoln was wise to give to the negro his
rights as a native. But it will take some
thing more than a mere constitutional
amendment to enforce those rights in lo
calities face to face with conditions such
as prevail at Wilmington, North Caro
. 1
* lna
from a cold in the head Nebraska was
When Brv,tit's massive
frontal dome of thought wrinkled in a
frown all Nebraska puckered up m
moody sympathy. It, was a political by
word that ns Bryan felt so felt Ne-'
Now, things are different. YVhether
Saturday, November 12, 1898.
Good morning! Do you buy in Wil
mington?
The State of Nebraska slipped a cable
and repudiated tbe free silver element of
the Democratic party on Tuesday.
This does not at first appear to be such
a remarkable circumstance. To undei
sland its full significance, one must be
told that Nebraska is the home of Bryan
and Allen, the man with'the leathery
lungs.
The repudiation of both was no greater
than that given L. Irving Handy, a
Bryan man, by the honest Democrats of
this State. Bryan, Allen and Handy
are not the desire of the people.
Bryan use to own Nebraska in a politi
cal sense,
mahatma of the silver hosts suffered
When the distinguished
wont to sneeze.
braska.
That was before the American YVil
helm became a political colonel.
from sheer ennui, superinduced by a
protracted diet of 16 to 1 isms or absi
lute fatigue, the result of an overdose of
"Wind" Allen, Nebraska lias become a
. .
exciting.
weary of her political associations and
made a bid for something lc
il from be
She lias yanked the pe
neatli the political colonel, has slapped n
gag across the yawning chasm between,
the upper and lower jaws ol the only
Alien; has droppi d the 16 to 1 idea upon
the refuse heap of worthless political
junk and is in the ranks of sound money.
It is pleasing to note thut it is possible
for tlie West to have lucid
oinejits.
said—but then evt tyl.ody
any other Slates in the West that arc
tired of being fooled there is slid room
Nebraska nnd Dela-!
ware. C't me early, gentlemen, and avoid
the rush. In the staccato of the tonsorial
As Lincoln
knows what JJncoli
If there be
said.
in ti e band wagon.
artiet:
Next!
Ciiikf Justice Lore and Judge Mpru-,
ance justly tebuked the two New Castle
election officers, who, with evident malice j
burned a number of ballots on Tuesday
!
claiming that such were defaced. It is
the opinion of a majority of the J udgefG
board for I
ver j
If this be
trutaml tbe inspectors and judges of |
elections have no power whatever to ,
destroy ballots, defaced or otherwise, j
then the New Castle election ollicers who :
burned the ballots cast in the Eastern !
District are certainly amenable to the !
law. The judges found that a majority j
had been cast in favor of llenrv llushe- j
beck instead of Fliason, and llushebeck
was seated. This decision also occurs in
consideration of St. Georges hundred
and and in Sussex Conowav is seated
of Delaware, that each return
each county has absolute authority
ballots cast at the election.
over YY'est.
Men who violate the law should he ar
reeted and held responsible for the at-1
tempt to defeat tbe sentiment of tbe!
people.
The Judges yesterday con-;
-d the action of the officers, saying
that such flagrant crimes should not go
by unnoticed.
Let. the lie neat men, who desire honest
elections and who enjoyed last Tues
day's battle of ballots,come forth nnd de
mand (hot the men who attempted de
honest election be punished.
leu
ing nn
Fiuim the repudiation given Die men
•••*'* ;.'5
whose crime Samuel Bancroft zo long
suppressed, it would teem that Bancroft
is again demonstrated as irresponsible.
This irresponsibility can only be shaken
by one man and that is Samuel Bancroft.
His charges against the Levy Court o'
this county are crooked contracts, m
management, maladministration nnd ex
travagant appropriations,
ments caine from an irresponsible news
paper man, and he alone can
belief from the minds of the people that
he is irresponsible by making good his
charges.
These charges contained the lie, ana
Bancroft has not proved them.
Such State
shake the
Secretary Ai.cIer is another picayune
politician who interprets the election as
What order of
a personal vindication,
mentality must it be that evolves such
ridiculous toinmyrot.
Continued From Page One.
The vote in The Sun's senatorial
contest at 12 midnight stood as fol
lows:
.11030
.11402
.11303
.11344
.10490
.10293
.10240
.10115
.9927
J. Edward Addicks.
Col. Henry A. du Pont.
Rev. Jonathan S. YY'illis.
Hon. George Gray.
William du Pont.
Gen. James H. Wilson.
William Michael Byrne.
Willatd Saulsbury.
^ a G^— —• •
u cn Anthony lliggitis.
Benjamin A. Ilazell.
Lewis C. Vandegrift.
y^ret'i a jj'
j 0 | ln uj gge .
Horace Greeley Knowles
Caleb R.^ Layton, M. D.
O,
j ]ugl) Browne.
George Massey Jones.
HoweUS. England,.
j'™ 1 Dickey"-'.'.'
H q Moore, if. D. 2290
A. L. Ainecow. R>"2;
Charles F. Rickards,.. l.jSt
Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman . 1295
Victor H. Bacon. 1233
Anton Hauber. 1198
R. McCadden. 1193
Rev. M. X. Fallon. 1169
Newell Ball. H33
William T. Records .J. . 1121
Hiram R. Burton.».
Rev. YV. J. Birmingham.
Mifllin D. YVilson.
George J. Kloberg..
Victor de Han, Jr.
Andrew C. Gray.
Jeff Butler.
Willie M. Ross.
Francis Bradley.
J. Paul Lukens. M. D.
Daniel F. Stewart.
C. H. Behringer.
Howard E. Staats.
Daniel F. Taylor.
llarry YV. YY'eyl.
Andrjw B. Jones.
II. F. Hanf.
C. L. Meiler.
Henry Ridgely.
,}) illiam C Boyce.
Them w F. Holland.
Carmen l)i Mare..
John McCaffrey.
David Dawgel.-.
John G. Reed, Jr.
Robert Adair.
Thomas L. Scott.
Dr. J. S. Prettvinan, Jr..,
J. 1'. Malcom, M. 1>.
8903
. I?™
. "336
. 6889
. 68oo!
. 55631
. 4861
. 4811
. 4236
. 4120
. 3842
. 3196
. 2799
. 2483
. 8618
8447
.. 1089
.. 1077
.. 1064
.. 1062
ii
.. 1038
.. 1026
.. 1019
- 1012
875
844
83
807
613
609;
'irz
>SI>
-
528
515
512
.508
.... 501
.... 493
. 490
. 487
. 4SO
. 478
475
468
467
Jerome B. Bell.
YVilliam C. Lawton.
i
Tlmmas Fay.
GeorgeFarnan.
Edward Gipp.
Clarence J. Pyle .
Wm, II. llilh.
456
456
436
4:
. 418
. 417'
. 469
. 405
. 398
. 306
Frank II. Dav .
■r F. McDaniel.
F.
( j j., c
h; cor j
James Stewart.
Francis McD.
394 ,
389
:J«|
j,,.
' 1
Fwj? Bliim-holt.
j.]
bre l. Maloney.
Ail.cit YY. Cu
is;i
ili
it;
l^* u . r '
• Fnil nor.
Baldwin Springer.
|.' rul ,k Cnuzzo.._
Edward Gift.
Joseph Martin.
i |, lltriel{ j m ac k.
11 ns.
9
3;
30
. 286;
J. McDaniel .'.
Mark Pedrick.
YVilliam Saulsburv-...
F. F. Holland.
Charles T. Ewing ...
('. lleulman.
YV. C. Fliason.
j^"|7 a elParce..
'6 ,
13
jj
101
9
8
jj
.... 203
.... 177
.... 158
133
E. G. Sliortlidge, M. D.
F,(lwin R. Cochran, Jr.
L. Layton .. .
A . lb I ( ; r . t Cl \T r - v ..
pi erco Gould.
YValter C. Cheavena.
YVilliam S. IIilles..
'.
p ritz .
1*. Charles Bogan.
Samuel Booth .
^ jj^Hoopcs*!.
,ii' )K ppli ll.Fvat.s....
YVilliam YV. Draper.
W- .
[["race YVekliii
Stephen Boyer.
YV. II. Thornton....
Charles Bowers.
Ernest YV. Collins.
.Tames Bover.
34
12
0
1
1
1
1
I
1
1
hold illjr
worthless paper,upon wlllcll!
money tvus raised to buy!
J ^
,,
I
I
1
"The Farmers' Bank at;
Georgetown
Jast tell years."—Jerome
is
Democratic votes for
Bell, in the Sunday Star.
Continued From Page One.
5128
George C. Rothwell, D«
William F. Little, 1'.
Henry II. Brown, 8. T.
182
589
.1141
Vandever's plurality-.
state senator*.
First district.
Samuel M. Ktiox, It.
Andrew L. Johnson, 1>.
Henrv Saring, S. T.
Ashton It. Tatnall, !'.•••
.2998
1853
316
83
,1345
Knox's plurality.
Third district,
Webster Blakely, K.
Benjamin F. VJalcy, D.
George YV. Weldin, 1*.
William H. Billingsley, S. T.
(170
539
23
. 137
Blakely's plurality.
Fourth district.
James M. Shakespeare, R
Howard H. Jordan, I).
George YV. 6tanley, S. T.
George A. Rhoades, P.
Shakespeare's plurality ■
Fifth district.
Robert McFarlin, R.
Albert N, Sutton, 1).
Harold Sude 11, S. T.
J. Herbert Mote, P.
McFarlin's plurality.
Sixth district.
Charles H. Salmon, I).
Merritt, N. YA 1 1title, R.
F. H. Davis, P.
727
386
. 32
27
341
1088
990
. 80
; Ilitclien's plurality.
Second district.
10
. 93
803
700
4
103
YVillitt's plurality •
Seventh district.
| Ge0 rge M. D. Halt, I),.
Isaac R. Staats, R.
Montgomery, S. T
, Thomas F. Gormley, D
Andrew J. Cross, S. T,
i j. Elmer Perrv, P.
. 489
. 368
. 121 !
Mart's plurality.
REPRESENTATIVES.
First district.
Janies Kitchen, It
1202
.1109
Ill
19
93
.1400
Robert M. Burns, R.
John T. Ahrens, D.
P. C. Bogan. 8. T.
Alfred Ironfield, P.
... 822
. 126
Burns' plurality.
Third district.
James YV. Robertson, It
YV. F. Kurtz, D.
Thomas Mullan, S. T.
YV. H.[Ferguson, F.
Robertson's plurality
Fourth district.
John P. Donahoe, D.
James D. Carter, R.
A. It. Saylor, S. T.
Joseph H. Gibson, P.
.1607
... 813
. 187
. 47
794
968
794
69
22
175
Donahue's plurality
Fifth district.
.1338
Francis J. McNulty, 1)
Daniel F. Stewart, It...
YVilliam T. Whitworth, S. T
Peter B. McColley, P.
1103
... 102
. 41
... 235
McNulty's plurality.
Sixth district.
Frank I*. Ewing, K.
William S. Bird, I).
Isaac 8. Talley, P.
William 11. Be Sage, S. T....
.344
126
. s
10
48
lining's plurality.
Seventh district.
George Frizzel, R.
Franklin ('. Melvin, 1).
Daniel P. Brickley, S. T.
YV. Atwood YY'eldin, P.
55
35
9
John YV. Dennison, 1!.
John Nivin, D..
YVilliam II. McY'ey, S. T.
II. Mitchell, P.
. 198
Frizzel's plurality.
Eighth district.
484
265
Slephei
Dennison's plurality.
Ninth district.
Nathan M. Motherall, 1>.
Hairy A. Nichols, S. T.
I)r. J. J. Butler, P.
Pilling's plurality..
Tenth district.
Harry YV. llushebeck, II.
Lewis F. Filiation, D.
Joseph A. Carlin, S. T.
Lewis II. McAllister. P.
. 219
)2'
298
__i:
1
. 479 |
. 473 !
. 82;
4
,
lltiHlicbeck's plurality.
Eleventh district.
David C. Rose, Jr., I).
Charles YY'alton, 1!.
6
.. 276
... 204
Ruse's majority.
Twelfth district.
Theodore F. Clark, D..
YVilliam C. L. Carnagy, D.
Clark's majority .
Thirteenth district.
James T. Shallcross, D.
Boyd It. Cleaver, R.
YY'i'lliam F. Tucker, S. T.
| Shallcross' plurality. 42
Fourteenth district.
Francis II. Lattnmus. R.
1 George YViggin, 1).
: F. Fitzgerald, 8. T.
Lattomue' plurality. 18
Fifteenth district.
George It. Donovan, D.
! llarry S. YVoodkeener, R.
. Alexander Deakvne, .V .
i
,
... 211
. 64
. 531
. 489
4
. 287
. 269
!
.... 157
... 140
2
Donovan h plurality. 17
The nsHCHBors and the iuBpeciore and
toad coiD'tnseioners are the game as have
! been already published in Tub Sun, with
the exception of James F. Mclvor, Re
publican. the facts as to whom are rc
I iated elsewhere.
]n the Fourth district of the Thirteenth
! Representative district, St. Georges
hundred, there was tv tie vote for in
spector of election between I'. J. Lynch,
I,e "j!' crat , an jl .luhn.YV. Dickinson, Re
| publican, each securing 106 votes.
The Court decided to send notice of
| this fact to the Governor, with certifl
I cates, and leave tie matter lo his disere
BJtion.
Read Tub Sun,
The masses will have what
they want, cost what it may.
High-priced medicines have had
their day and the poor and af
flicted may now enjoy the bene
fits of carefully prepared, pure
remedies at practically nominal
prices. The physicians con
nected with Louisiana Specific
Laboratory have prepared a num
ber of standard cures which are
offered to the public at the lowest
convenient with pure
prices
preparations.
These standard cures cannot
be bought of druggists. By send
ing your orders direct to the
Louisiana Specific Laboratory,
Lake Charles, Louisiana, you
fresh
are sure to receive pure,
drugs properly compounded and
carefully packed.
In ordering the following
standard cures please give the
number of the remedy nedeed.
If taken in time one supply will
effect a permanent cure.
TAKE Till 01 TIME
Price.
Nrine of Cure.
No.
1 Headaches
2 Fevers, Congestion, Inflam
mation.
3 Coughs,Colds,Bronchitis. 12c
4 Dyspepsia, Heartburn,
Stomach Pains.
5 Diseases of the heart.
6 Hoarseness from colds,
singing, speaking.
7 Constipation, chronic or
acute.
8 Rheumatism or Rheu
matic Pain.
9 Catarih, cold in the head,
IOC
I2C
IOC
25C
IOC
IOC
I2C j
15c
etc.
10 Colic
11 General Debility.
12 Nerve Diseases, requiring
Tonics and Stimulants. 18c
13 Worms, fever caused by
them
14 Neuralgia, Neuralgic
IOC
16c
I2C
IOC
■•p I2C
16 Diarrhoea—Dysenteiy. ioc
17 Female complaints (fully
state your case;.
18 Male complaints (fully state
your case).
19 Scrofula, Blotches or Pim
ples.
20 Kidney Diseases.
21 Sore or Weak Eyes.
22 Dropsy.
23 Ulcerated or Sore Throat. 50c
24 Piles, Blind, Bleeding or
Itching.
25 Croup [email protected]"Use this and
call in a doctor instantly. 20c
26 Gonorrhoea, t h r e e-d a y
pains.
15 Malaria.
50C
I2t
IOC
IOC
i6c
I2C
22C
5°c
cure.
27 Eczema.
28 Tonsilitis.
29 La Grippe, Influenza.
30 Hay Fever.
16c
28c!
XQ C
Si
TAKE THI I TIE
nnnmnrn r i non imnno
LOUISIANA SPECIFIC LABORATORY.
Address all orders and communi
cations to the
Lake Chailas. Louisiana.
Holy
Cake
The only religious pastry.
«-« . , * j •
Every lUgredieilt IS named in
i.c. LNroti tl-ua
the jjiDie. -twen me airec-1
# # r 1 •
tions for mixing are found in
the Yvord of God. Christians
i m
everywhere Should be inter
ested fh this marvelous recipe
The verses in the Bible are
given, the symbols are abso
lutely correct. Holy cake is
a delicious pastry that should
be served in every Christian
family and at every religious
feast,
Verily it is taken
from the Book of God- A
printed copy costs a dime.
Address: The Religious Ex
change, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
FIRING 1895, 1 distributed over
250,000 pieces of advertising mut
ter and up to ditto I have not
heard of a Bingle complaint. Results
assured if your printing is worth the
serving. IIKNltY ,1. CLARK, Box 87,
YY'ilkes-Barre Fa.
D
Confidential correspondents every
where. Male or
stamp. Capital Detective Bureau
WANIED
female. Jnclose
Albany, New York.
Situations or help adver*
tteements in THE SUN will
be i nn for 25 cen b until
either have been secured
and ordered out.
SITUATION WANTED-MALES.
WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, A
Apply to llarry
position as body or near maker.
Smith. UK King street, city.
W ANTED—POSITION AT ANYTHING BY
e^troii* yoimir man of il. Address,
H. It. dOG West Front St.. Wilmlneton, Del.
WANTED-By a man of experience and
ability, a place where lie esn earn a living, Istok
keeplng, office work. die. 8 ilaty nominal. Rcfer
fumlshcd. Address Z. 0. Sun Office.
ence
HELP WAN I ED—MALES.
rrtVVl) GOOD SALESMEN AND COLLECTORS
X wanted, also two handy men for Imtide work
Cull after 10 o'clock.
608 KING STREET.
SITUATION WANTED-hEMALES
Y OUNG LADY OF EXPERIENCE AND IN
tegrity desires position in a business firm
Address L. M. ( SUN OFFICE.
WANTED—POSITION AS INSTKUC
tor in private family by a young lady of fine
morals and spiritual training and excellent edu
cation, and a former school teacher of reputation.
Salary wanted is small. Address this office.
WANTED— A position as a 8camstreai or any
thing that I can do, and still maintain my home,
Address Emma K. Smith,
1312 Heald St, City.
lady, position as cashier.
8. A. G. this office.
WANTED—by a young
Good references, Addi
less
HELP WANTED-FEMALES.
ANTED—A half-grown white girl for house
work. State wages. Address P. 0. Box
w
152, city.
W ANTED—Married lady canvasser* to sell
private books for women. 613 King street,
8 a. m. or 6 p. m
WANTED—Four business girls to work in thi*
city. Can make from $2 50 to $3.00 a 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% K. Sixth St. City.
MISCELLANEOUS.
e
END 10 C4NTS IN STAMPS OR COIN FOR
latest novelty. Entirely new. Immense
sales. Agents wanted.
S
BOX 92,
Wilmington, Del
WANTED—Energetic agents, either sex. Char-I
BtriCtC '" t lnve8tlgaUon - Addrei "
ontce.
ANTED.-GENERAL AGENTS FOR A
new household article just out; sells at
every house. Call at Lafayette
ket street. JOHN
w
Hotel, 508 Mar
D. WILEHER.
MAN TO INVEST *100.00 IN LIGHT
manufacturing business—large profits—no fake.
f. O. Box L, 295, City,
MAN YVtTH *75.00 TO INVEST IN
manufacturing business—'200 percent, profit.
L this office.
WANTED—Plasterers at
postofflee build
ing, Washington, I). C. Apply immediately.
MR. IlORNER.
W ANTED—50 boys to sell the Sunday edi
tion of The Sun. Biggest sale on record
last Sunday. More Prom. Apply 108 East Sixth
street.
ANTED—A man in every to wn in Dela
ware. Legitimate, paying lusiness, with
Apply at once, Box 8,
W
responsible concern.
Philadelphia Pa.
ANTED—Women to sell Brassine. Liberal
contract. A sale at every door. Brassine
Manufacturing Company, 54 North River street,
Wiikesbarre. Pa.
W
ACCOUNTANT DESIRES FMPLOY
ment to oix-n, post and close books, pre
pare trial balances, balance sheets and
statements ; books written up periodi
cally, and temporary services offered at
small cost
D, SUN OFFIC
YV ANTED—Agents for "NO TAX ON
.\GKNTS;" lumk eontains twenty-six decisions
of tlic highe-i courts in the laud, showing that,
agents, peddlets, auctioneers and canvassers are
fe
t'll a*4 to agents tliemsol
suiio 2
0 5
'
THE SI
ilete eojiy oi Ixiok and ter
tandoli-h Building, JMiiUuleli>lila.
11VE SOLD'IToRS WANTED EVERY-1
Y here for ••The Story of the I'liili; pines" by
Murat llalsteial, commissionid by the Govern*
ment usOffleial Historian lo the War Department,
The book was written in army Camps at San
Fraiuriseo, on the I'aeilie with Cemral Merritt,
in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, ini
the American trenches at Manila, in the insur
gent camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the
A
Brimful ttforigiimi iiicitres taken llyguvcrumetU
photographers on the spot. Largo istok. Low
prices. Big prolife. Freight paid. Credit given.
l)rop all trashy unollieial war books. Outfit free,
Address, F. T. Barber, Hee'y., 3f»6 Dearliorii 8t.
Chicago oetl7-lmo
_
BU/INE.// OFPORTMNITY.
. . , ,,
A rare chance for an active party with small
capital to invest to take at. interest in ami
raanagement of one of the tjest paying office
businesses in this section for an Eastern nmmi
factunn „ concern> Thi8i8 a business owning
that will stand the strictest investigation. No
tronbic to answer quratioiM.
Address,
ACTIVE, SEN OFFICE.
_ ONO rrhoea and gleet, cored jn
\T 3 to 16 day* with Dr. Stratton's Gonorrhoea
tablets. Bend prepaid 50 cents. Scientific Form
lau Company, 39 Green street, Albany, N. Y.
=
Q
ISEASE 1 ' R E V E N T E D—
i. v ^ J
Men wlio observe this siin-1
pie precaution are absolutely
safe afrailist vetieteal ill ff p 1 inn
sate again,si veneieat lniecuon.
No appliance; no medicine; no
r„l,„ 'if r,:, c .
lake. It never fails, bent any
where for One Dime. Address,
'ri.e V .re;.,, I,,...-,_
1 lie hjliaka City Institute,
Rnx 87 YVIkesh.orrc P 1
jyox 07, VV IKeSDarrt, t d.
PER SUR15
DAY ^CONlBflSSlON.
DO you wnnt honorable, steady employ
meat the year round, at good wages, ab
your own homo or to travel? If bo, 8enJ
4o in stumps for our wholesale prico-list,
1 particulars. VVo furnish best of bault
. reforeiires.
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ltSHEB-Mn.Kob>.rt Usher (Made Antoinette)
ptcue tend adSrtM to DUElt, STRONG A JAR
VIS, fle Wall street, New York City.
WILLsuvhein of William Gibhs, deoestew.
who died In Philadelphia, Pa . on the Zti d*y
of May, that, please communicate with R. H.
INNES- Esq., 420 Walnutatreet, Philadelphia, P-?
WANTED-The address of N. Cameron, who
formerly lived In 28th St. Address STONE, ISO
Herald, New York. 4
WILT. John Tregoninc communicate with
IIIltAM s. MAXIM, care Winslow A Lanier, IT (
Nassau St., New York.
WILLIE PAUL ELO.—Important. Send your
address to BLOOMIIAKT, Mount Vernon, N. Y.

MUN80, Mrs. M. E.—Please communicate
personally or by letter with C. F MILLER, No. #
_M St., New York City. __
JORDAN.—Relatives of William II. Jordan, de
ceased, late of the state of Indiana, may learn
something to then Interest by addressing ATTOR
NEY8, Box 212, Herald Downtown, New York
City.
INFORMATION wanted ol Alexander McAuly,
captain of the coal lioat Mackay Left Rondo, t
Tuesday 'loth. Owned by McCollum Bros., coal
merchants of Greenpomt, Brooklyn. N. Y, Fam
fly residence, 103 Dupont street, N. Y.
MRS. GEORGE F. GORRKN, formerly of 83
West 4.1th St, will hear something to her ad van
(age in communicating with J. F. Q, 1843
Broadway, New York.
INFORMATION wanted of Mary Norris,
lived with Mrs. De Lacy, 747 East Sth 8t. PI
cal! at 347 West 126 St, N. Y„ and she will bsar
of something to her advantage, or write.
Him'
INFORMATION wanted of A. H. Smith who
left homo October 3,1898 ; age 17, wearing Wee
coat and vest and striped trousers, gray cap.
Communicate with \Y. II. SMITH, MS Lafayette
are., Brooklyn, N. Y - .
WILLIAM W. LABBERTON, will for hi* own
benefit please communicate at once with Mr.
ARTHUR VAN SICLEN, 141 Broadway, New
York City.
will JOHN MARTIN formerly of 408 West
54th, cnmiuunicute with MILLER, PKCKHAM A
DIXON, 80Broadway, Now York.
WILLIAM O'KEEFFE and MARTIN I.DEEGAN
send your present addresses to J. H. B., New York
Post Office. Box 1.909.
HOWARD 3. HODSON, formerly of Brooklyn
please send address to ACQUAINTANCE, 167 Her*
aid Downtown, New York City.
MRS. ADDIE GRAMBRU8H.—News of impor
tance. Any one knowing her address notify J„
376 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
INFORMATION wanted of Ellen Pyne, mar
ied John Burke in North America 50 years; liveJ
last 14% Bowery street. New York.
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabout! oJ
Coiling, last employed as stevedore. Ad
MAKY rillLLIFS, 910 North 8th st„ Read
John
dress
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INFORMATION is wanted as to the where
abouts of Maria Theis, Avife of Charles Thei* or
Address E. W. BPANGLER
their children.
York, Pa,
!lr ,,
the unitors igtiedf he"
advantage. GERMANY, 218 Herald, 23d St., New
y ° tk CltV ' •
will send hisaddreMto
hear something te hll
Sfi
ANY information from Dontery Margaret Knud*
n Fliiult. wife of C. J. H. Knudsen Flindt
would gladly be received. Please address 110
id avenue N. Y
i
NFORM ATI ON wanted concerning Matthew
Chribtie, last heard of December 9; will be thank
fully received by his brother, DAVID, box 485
White Plains N. Y.
KNIGHT—Information wanted of children c
.Jane Knight, formerly residing in Brooklyn
Address WALTER COLLINS, 343 Wgshingto
—— : - : -€{3
INFORMATION wanted of Lillian De ififl
and heirs or Frank and John De Muro. Addrfl
EXECUTOR, 2*26 West 136th St., New York Cfl
3yracuse and Troy. Papers please copy. j
Mrs
street, Jersey City, N. J.
WANTED—Robert Bruce Davidson, a son
the late David Davidson, Writer, Coupat, Ans
•Scotland, or any of his children, Address DAY.
DUNCAN & SON. Solicitors, Dundee. Hcotlar^
IF Frederic Richardson, late pro. cricke
Woodborough, Notts, England, and Montn
Canada, will apply to H. O. 8., 762 Lafayette av
York, he will be gladly received. Cubaij
papers please copy.
Ni
INFORMATION wanted of one Mary Colfe
ho result'd in selieneetady, N. Y., previous t
ISS4, in the family of fir. l-xlivanl If. Wheels
and went muter the name of Mary Wheel)
while residing in Schenectady ; by communlca
tendgurd she will hear of soini
with the
ng to Jut interest.
S. s. JUNO, Box 6.5, Selieneetady, N. Y.
mg
tliii
MRS. llOllElir SCALES.—YVanted, Informatios
[ regarding .Mrs. Itolxirt Scales, whose husband
]'lied in New fork about eight years ago. Ahej
tier husband s death she was supposed to hat
gone to t'aliioriua. If she should see this or an
Ktr/yiSTS^iaNu«Y?i^hi!l?o.Sfc^dr
i LIBERAL reward will be i>aid for any inf<
j mntioii »s to whereabouts of >V. E, Brewster wfc
left his home 201 President St, Brooklyn, night <
August 31, and lias not been heard of sine
height 5 feet 9 inches, weight 160, brown hair an
| mustuche, partially bald on top head, blue ev<
j and lair complexion; gray worsted suit of clotln
straw hut and black laced shoes. Address
; .Nil's. J. W . BUEW8TKR, 201 i'residentft
Brooklyn, N.
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WANTED—John Jackson, fcrmerly a butchi
! <"7 son
(if alive), is now entitled lo property III
JLL1AM JACKSON
I tn (Ire
, I'T^now mutth'd tonrowmfii imglau!
(>fan1 s now tnIItlud to i111 ungiarn
oilonnauon to \\ JLL11AM JACKhtjN I
B '^n
TUURsMELD 61 M ESS J TER Solicitors, >> 3ane
I bury, England.
JOSEPH IIUNNIS-A native of Russia, know
here as Joseph Ennis, is required to eommun
lui,, witli liis brother Muior F Huunis. S 1
g;Snburg. Ruoff ^or the Siiuulite 0 ?SSaI c
Russia 24 State street New York.
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IF John Martin, who left the English mi
ship Belieropiton aixnit St) years ago, is still U'
ing, his motlier, Jane Martin (neeBransell
would like to hear from him. Communicate fe
letter with L. A., 101 Ryerson St., Brooklyn, Ne
York. i
INFORMATION wanted concerning
whereabouts of James Hardy, of Donegal,
land, wlio left home in 1S91 for AustraUat ■
i information will he gratefully received try
filter, Rule Hatdy, l'JOS Locust street. Fhllaf
Wi», *'«■ _
; SHOULD this meet the eye ol any of the rt
. tives of Catherine or Benjamin Hough,forme
0( gttx . kport| England 1 , mr. frederi
beard will be pleased to see or hear tom thi
Address British Steamship Energia, Market
; wharf New York,
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HENRY 8. GRAY.—Informatio. wanted ab
Henry ri. Gray, ot Toronto, lost heard of in g\
mcr of 189», when a lookkeeper with Simo:
Mfg.co.. Lting Island City, and living at
ward.' Hotel, Greenpoint. Address CART!
| HUGUES A DYVIGI1T, 90 Broadway, New Y
Ci,y
H Theodore Hummel, oi Kntigen, Oberain
Horb, Wurtemberg, who left his home in Mw
! ingen in February, 1890, will communicate w
Post Office box 188, New York, he will hi
i of something to his advantage. Information
| regard to him will be thankfully reeelv
Western palters please copy.
1 TO the Baron Von Alvcnsleben, late of Fi
i Avenue Hotel, corner of 22rd at., and 6th av
8ew Yorkl-Youare particularly requested
communicate with J. D. II. Iz-wis, Solicitor,
! Bucklerabury, London, Eng. Anyone know!
| the address and communicating tlie same will
I rewarded.
INFORMATION wanted of Cornelius Shee
6011 of But rick F., l>orn at 838 East 47tli 8t.,J
left home, 785 East 143d 8t., In 1892. for Dd
Col.; last heard from him In April, 1892,1
Denver; wan going to Stockton. Cal.; father J
mother dead; come home to John. Send api
formation to JOHN J. SHKEHaN, 785 VjM
Stieet, New York. Wastcrn
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