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Luxury IJlJxul in the Tropics TropicsIlefrltrcrntors TropicsItefrlerntor
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for Knntlly IzthI1 noIII UKe UMCA A Natural nturnl Source Sourceof Sourceof
of Supjilj in the Mountain loontuIWtThc loontuIWtThcS The TheSnilWM
SnilWM S ciithe hCK Iluy UU Food for Iiiiincill Iiiiincillute InuuetHute
ute XcctlN Only OnlExbtlu OuIyE1ItInu OuIyE1ItInucompflance ExlMtliig Ilnnta IlnntaIn Irnta IrntaIn
In compliance with the request of a resi resident rsldent ¬
dent of Nebraska a i Department Instruc Instruction InstructIw instructton ¬
tion was sent under und r date of August 13 13189D 1
1899 lo 0 certain consular officers In Central Centraland Cenimland
and South America requesting information informationas
as to the manufacture of Ice In the princi principal prlnclfpal princlpal ¬
pal pal cities citiesConsul cItiesConsul citiesConsul
Consul Caldwell writes from San Jose JoseThe JoseThe JoseTbe
The ice business in Costa Rica ia small smallThere smallThere smallThere
There are factories In San Jose Port LI Umon LImon LImoo
mon and Punta Arenas I am informed informedthat Informedthat informedthat
that the small consumption Is not due to toany toany toany
any lack of appreciation of the advantages advantagesof
of Ice but rather to the fact that the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion prevails that the ice is not pure pur pure If Ifa Ifa
a 1 factory equipped with the latest Improv Improved Improved lmproved ¬
ed machinery were erected here to fur furnish furnlsh furnish ¬
nish fee made from thoroughly dlutllled dlutllledwater dilltllledwaterand distiliedwater
water waterand and the public become convinced of ofthe ofthe
the purity of the Ice the enterprise would wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably be a success and the consump consumption consumptlon consumptlun
tion of ice be very greatly increased increasedConsul IncreasedConsul increasedConsul
Consul General Gener l Beaupre of o Guatemala Guatemalawrites Guatemalawrites Guatemalawrites
writes writesThere writesThere
There are two ice factories in opera operation operation operaIon ¬
tion Ion in this city and the demand is not notequal notequal no noequal
equal to the capacity of the plants to pro produce produce produce ¬
duce The use of ice is mostly confined to tosaloons tosaloons tosaloons
saloons restaurants and hotels and il ilis Ilis ILIs
is a 1 rare thing for a family f mlly to own a re refrigerator refrigcrat refrigcrator ¬
frigerator frigcrat r or to use ice except In small smallquantities smallquantitles smallquantities
quantities at intervals Owing to the el elevation elevation cievatiozi ¬
evation the weather is never very warm warmand warmand warmand
and there Is no probability of Ice ever be being beIng belug ¬
ing used more extensively than at present presentexcept presentexcept presentexcept
except in proportion to the th Increase ft ftpopulation 9 9population 1 1population
population populationIn
In Quezaltenongp the second city of ofthe ofthe ol olthe
the Republic there are no ice factores factoresNatural factoresNatural actoresNatuml
Natural Ice is obtainable and Is used dur during durIng durlog ¬
ing a portion of the year ear but the extreme extremeelevation extremeeleyatlon extremeelevation
elevation and cold climate of this city are aresufficient ar arsuthclent
sufficient to deter anyone from rom engaging in inthis Inthis itthis
this business buslnc s At Retalhuleu the terminus terminusof termimuof
of the railroad running from rom Champerlco Champerlcoa
a port on the Pacific into the coffeegrow coffeegrowing coffeegrowIng coffeegrowlog ¬
ing district there are two Ice factories factoriesthe factoriesthe
the ice being laregly consumed on the thecoffee tbecoffee tb tbcoffee
coffee plantations These factories me mesufficient 01 ausufficient e esufficient
sufficient for the demand At Esculnta culnts a astation astation I Istation
station on the Central Railroad about aoo t mid midway mldwa midway ¬
way wa between the port of San Jos Joss de Guat Guatemala Guatemala Guatcrania ¬
emala on the Pacific and this capital is isan Isan i ian
an ice factory which supplies the country countryalong countryalong countr countralong
along this railroad railroadOn railroadOn railroadOn
On the northern or Atlantic side of the thoRepublic theRepublIc tb S SRepublic
Republic there are no ice plants At AtPuerto AtPuerto Al L LPuerto
Puerto Barrios the port from rom which tho thoNorthern thoNorthern th thNorthern
Northern Railroad starts there ale re received receive recelved ¬
ceived ceive < each week by steamer from New NewOrleans XewOrfeans NesOrreans
Orleans from rom thirteen to fifteen casks of ofice ofIce ol t tice
ice weighing about 400 pounds poutldseach each on onarrival onarrhal o oarrival
arrival This Is distributed aloug the line lineof lineof lin linof
of this railroad at a price approximating approximatingcents 2 2cents 2cents
cents per pound in United States currency currencyAt currencyAt
At present there is not sufficient dama dama1d dama1dat d dat I
Ic
at Puerto Barrios to warranc putting in an anice anIce at atice c
ice plant but should operations In the theconstruction tbeconstruction tbi tbiconstruction
construction of the Northern Railroad be beresumed beresumed bi 3 3resumed
resumed as seems probable in the near fu future futare u uture ¬
ture an ice factory either at El Racho RachoGualan RachoGualan RachoGualan
Gualan or Puerto Barrios would he profita profitable ponablefor poflable ¬
ble blefor for the country is extremely extreme hot and andtropical andtropical am amtropical
tropical tropicalUnder tropicalUnder tropicalUnder
Under date of September 11 1SS9 Consul ConsulJohnston ConsulJohnston I IJohnston
Johnston of Ut1lla U til la Honduras says sayfThere 51 51There saysThere
There are Ice plants in opratior aT Be Belize Belize lIelize ¬
lize and Puerto Cortez there Is aisti lIS sno snoat S Sat
at IA Ceiba not running at present pres nt The Theextent Theextent Th Thextent
extent of the use of ice can hardly te es estimated estimated estimated ¬
timated as it is bought from the steamers steamersat steameziat
at 3 cents cnts 13 cents gold per pound poundIf poundIf
If I a small ice plant not costing too much muchcould muchcould muchcould
could be established C there would be con conBldomblo eonsld considorable
Bldomblo sld rable demand A plant that would have havean havean hav havan
an output of from COO OO pounds to one ton tona tona fm S Sa
a day would be large enough asjthe towns townsare townaare town townare
are small and the sale of o ice Is IslImlted IslImltedSanll limited limitedSmnll limitedsJinhl
Smnll rinni In MtnrnWun MtnrnWunConsul 1nrnKlInConsul lcnrnKsflConsul
Consul Donadson writes from Managua ManaguaNicaragua ManaguaNicaragua IanaguaNicamgua
Nicaragua NicaraguaAn
An ico ic plant has been established in inManagua ii I IManaga
Managua 1 > lanog since 1888 with a capacity of two twi a
tons CODS pc twenty swentyrour entyrour tour flours hours it im imIce furnishes furnishesIce surnisnes
Ice to Managua Granada Leon Chlnande Chlnandega
ga Corinto and all alll5mnUer emalTer places connect connected connected connected ¬
ed by b railroad and steamboats with Mann Managua Manngun Iana Ianagua ¬
gua and as far as Greytown Grey town on the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic Coast This plant is capable of pro producing prod producing ¬
ducing d clng twice the qitiintity of ice consumed consumedIn
In all these places placesConsul placesConsul placesConsul
Consul Jenkins of San Salvador says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The city cityo of San Salvador population
30000 0000 ha has three plants pl > nts with Ith a daily dailyjolnt dailyjolntcapacity Joint Jointcapacity jointcapacity
capacity of 25000 pounds of ice retailing retailingat
at 2 cents 08 cent gold per pound The Theconsumption Theconsumption Theconsumption
consumption does not exceed 5000 pounds poundsper poundsper poundsper
per day owing to a lack of o enterprise enterprisethere enterprisethere enterprisethere
there Is no coldstorage establishment establishmentmeat establishmentmeat establishmentmeat
meat sold on the market baa been killed
the previous n nhL ht There Is room for a awellconducted awellconducted awellconducted
wellconducted slaughtering establishment
Santa Ana has an estimated population populationof
of 25000 501 and Is supplied with two plants plantsproducing plantsprodJcing plantsproducing
producing each 20000 daily retail price 3 3ccntt 3centt 3cents
cents 13 cents gold per pound poundSunsonate poundSonsonate
Sonsonate has a population of 12000 12000and 12000and
and has two Ice plants with ith a joint capaci ¬
ty of 5000 pounds retailing at half a cent centper centper centper
per pound poundAhuachapan poundAhuachupan poundAhuachupan
Ahuachupan with a population of 10
000 has a single plant furnishing ice The
electriclighting electrIc lIghting company uses Its water waterpower waterpower
power to manufacture Ice in the daytime
Capacity 0000 000 pounds cost per pound 12 12cents 12ents 12cents
cents < ents 523 23 cents nt gold old San Miguel has a apopulation apopulation 1 1I
I > population of o 56w 2 00O OO and one Ice plant re ¬
tail price 12 2 cents per pound
Consul Mayer writes from rom Buenos Ayres
Argentine Repubc that there Is it t pres ¬
ent no chance for machinery l at that place lace
Ice Is manufactured in abundance and
from three to four ice machines are now
for sale in the market Consul Ayres of
Rosarlo reports that there are five quite
extensive breweries in Rosario with plants
for the manufacture of artificial Ice for
their own use u e and a system of o delivery
wagons quite similar to ours in the
United States for the supply Of the pro proJuct lust
to consumers Besides the breweries
there are two Independent Ice plants
whereby competition is created the price
to the consumer kept within a reasonable
limit lmlt and as a consequence the consump ¬
tion ti n of this artificial ice
during the long ong
hated lean te tD is rendered considerable
Under dte trtcof of Ortober 20 1899 Vice Con ¬
sul Zalles of La Paz Bolivia writes that
natural Ice can be obtained at extremely
low rates the year round roundS being brought by
Indians from the slopes of the themountain mountain
Huayna Potosi Ho knows ofno ot no Ice plant
In Bolivia and Is positive there would be
no profit in such an enterprise enterpriseLittle enterpriseLittle
Little Deitmiid In Drnzil DrnzilConsul DrazllConsul flrnxiiConsul
I
Consul Furniss of Bahla Brazil says saysIce saysIce saysIce
Ice making was commenced in Bahia Bahiaseveral Bahiascvcrai Jahiaseveral
several scvcrai years ago by a Brazilian company companybut companybut
but as there was no demand for the prod product product prodnet ¬
uct the manufacture was abandoned abandonedAbout abandonedAbout abandonedAbout
About three years ago a German purchased purchaseda
a secondhand Ice machine m3c lne at 1t Pernumbuco Pernumbucomoved Pernumbcomoved Pernumbucomoved
moved it here ana an and commenced buslnf busIDfs busIDfsthis buslnrsthis Bs Bsthis
this has since been continued though not nOLo
always at a profit The machine in pres present pr preseat < > ¬
ent use was made In Germany German about ten
years ago It Is capable capableof of producing threr
tons of o ice every twentyfour hours but It
eeldom manufactures half that amount I
The factory is situated along the sea
front on a narrow street of the lower
city In the region of o the coal deposits It
obtains Its water wat r from the city water sup ¬
ply but Tbie lu the period from January
to July of this i lsyeat ycatf yeue Trhen hen on account ot
the drought there was no water flowing
through the city cialns it purchased Its Itswater Itswater itswater
water from springs eta eto near the city cityC clt cltCAS cityCASTOR
C CAS CASTOR A S TO TOR R I IA A Fcrlnfanband Fer FcrInfanlsandChThe Infanls and CMiren CMirenThe 1ren 1renThe
The Kind You Kava Ha Always Bought t
The T he Ice Jet Is made inbiocks In blocks about three feet feetong
long l ong and five e inches square a 1 block welsh1 welsh1Ing weigh weighog
Ing l og 2 2Ol 2204C 046 pounds p unds It Is sold at present
for f or 4 1Z cents per 22046 pounds and Is Iselivered
delivered delleredat d at the door of o the consumer consumerrom consumerrom
from f rom cartii which make one trip a day It
it i t also jo < J be had at all hours of the day dayrom
from f rom three designated depots situated In Inor inor
or o r near the resident district of o the city
ot I am unable to supply figures relative relativeto relatheto
to t o the consumption of ice but 1 have as ascertained ascertlned ¬
certained c that it is very limited and that thatthe thatthe
tp the t he largest cgnsumer never takes 100 100pounds 100pounds 100ounds
pounds p ounds a day Its u ue e is confined < almost almostentirely almostenUrely
entirely e to the two hotels four our foreignboarding foreign foreignboarding
boarding b houses half a dozen drink shops chopspatronized shopspatronized
patronized p pc by the foreign population two twonever twoclubs
clubs c lubs and a few foreIgn families It is isnever
never n ever used to preserve food but only to tocool tocool
cool c ool drinks either in the bottle or when whenconcocted whenconcocted whenoncocted
concocted c separately Butcher shops have haveno haveno
no n nt o need for or Ice oAlt cattle are killed in inthe Inthe
the t he afternoon at at theJSovornment slaughter slaughterI
I house and the meat is distributed the theit thesame theame
same s day to the retail deader who hangs bangst
it i t up in his tilelined tilelined shop which has haswroughttron hasrroughUron haswroughtiron
wroughttron doors and windows so that thatair thatair
air may freely circulate As it Is never neverhot neverhot
hot here at night and the meat is cut up
and sold at retail the next morning it la lastill l lstill
still fresh and without the least bit of o taint taintor taintor taintor
or deterioration when Vob prepared by the cook cookor
for or 7 oclock dinner dlnn r or more than twenty
four hours after butchering The local localsanitary local8nltary localsanitary
sanitary laws require that all meat or cat cattle cattle cattie ¬
tle killed one day shall be sold before noon noonnext noonnext noonnext
next day and as all shops are dally in inspected Inspooted inspeoted ¬
spected just enough is killed to supply or ¬
dinary demands demandsGrocers demandsGrocers demandsGrocers
Grocers and other venders sell nothing
that would deteriorate on a c unt untof untot uatof
of lack of refrigeration They deal only in inforeign Inforeign
foreign preserved butter and lard all allchickens aUchlckene
chickens and other fowls arc dressed by
the t ti he purchasers while of fresh fish which
is i s hawked around the streets thsre th re Is nt ntenough n t tenough
enough for daily consumpticn end conas conasquetnly con conquetnly cons consquctnly
quetnly no necessity nec lty for ice in this line lineSoda lineSoda
Soda water fountains are unknown here herece
Ice i ce cream is a luxury very vcr seldom sel om Indulged Indulgednl
nl a and even used it is always made to toorder toorder toorder
order while the ae e little ice water used by
the whole city clt would not m > t consume consu any anywhere ¬
where here near 100 pounds of ice a day in it itmanufacture Itmanufacture zti ztimanufacture
manufacture Water for drinking is cooled cooledin cooledin cooledin
in porous receptacles r eptacles called meringues meringueswhich moringueswhich
which are placed in the air the cooling
being done by evaporation Everyone has hasa hasa I Ia
a number of these and andtbe they make the thewater z zwater
water agreeable for drinking purposes so sothat sotbat atthat
that even Americans soon n forego ice water waterwhich
which is an unknown thing to the natives nativesAs naUesAs nativesAs
As there are so few uses for Ice here hereand hereand hereand
and I am reliably informed that the de demand demand demand
mand for private consumption does not ma materially materially matertally ¬
terially increase I am Inclined to tel ec e z zthe
that the outlook for the establishment of ofa o oa ol r ra
a new ne factory or the sale of new mach nes I
is not very flattering Perhaps with more nore noremodern
modern machinery independent water sup ¬
ply lessened cost cf r production anJ the t
adoption of o our tjMnoss methods meth < Xs a p pant pantwould ant antwould aolwould
would pay better b rcr and ice become more mr t i ipopular I Ipopular
popular but the fact remains that on oncould one onecould oocould z tz
could never hope for a large consumption I
in proportiou to population as compared comparedwith coznpare I Iwith t twith
with our cities cltI because the average Bra Brazilian Brazillan Brazilian ¬
zilian does eWe i care for or cold drinks driokaOne drioksQne drinksUssr
One I uciorr ciur In ii Chile ChileConsul ChileConsul ChileConsul
Consul Merriam writes from rom Iqulque IqulqueChile Iqulq IquiqueChile e eChile
Chile that hat thee the I is but one factory in that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city for the manufacture of o ice The ma machine macblne machine ¬
chine was made in Germany Its capacity
Is 8538 pounds per day da During four fourmonths fourmonths our ourmonths
months in the year r the output is 4264 4264pounds 4264pounds iil iilpounds
pounds to 5080 pounds during the rest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the year it does not exceed 3049 pounds poundsThis poundsThis poundsmis
This machine is capable of o producing an anamount anamount anamount
amount far In excess of the demand demandConsul demandConsul demandConsul
Consul Caples of Valparaiso says Al Almost Almost Almost ¬
most all au the Ice used In this district is ismanufactured Ismanufactured ismanufactured
manufactured by b the breweries and bot ¬
tling establishments farther north at
Tocopllla It Is made by sea water con ¬
densing companies It Is almost impossi ¬
ble to approximate the quantity consumed
but It TS large in proportion to the num ¬
ber of inhabitants particularly in the gen
tral and northern portions of the district
It is used In breweries bottling establish establishments establishments establishmeats ¬
ments hospitals hotels saloons and fam ¬
ilies lIIC An abundance of ice Is produced producedand poducedand producedand
and in my opinion additional icemanu ¬
facturing establishments would have to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet serious competition competitionConsul competitionConsul competitionConsul
Consul Shaw sends s nds the following Ibm 10m
Dorranquilla Colombia ColombiaThere Co ColombiaThere ombla omblaThere
There is in this consular district but
one Ice factory This plant is located at
Barranquilla a city with a population esti estimated estImated esilmated ¬
mated at between betweeb49000 40000 and 50000 The
proprietor holds7ai holds concession from the De Department Department Department ¬
partment of Bolivar Bolitar which gives him the theexclusive tbeexclusive theexclusive
exclusive right to manufacture and sell
ice in the rvince of Barranquilla There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are Ice factories at Bogota Cartagena and
Honda
I understand that a concession grant ¬
ing i ng the exclusive right to manufacture aId acdsell aIdsell
sell Ice at Cienaga and Santa Marta was wasgiven wasghen
given some time since by the Department Departmentof
of Magdalena to a gentleman at Cienaga a
town about sixty slxt miles from Barranquilla Barranquillaand Barranllulllaand
and twentyone miles from Santa Marta Martsth
the th > capital of the Department and that
the concessionary bound himself to fur furnish furnish ¬
nish ice at a price not exceeding 5 cen
tavos per pound but he has thus far taken takenno takenno takenno
no actual steps to establish the business businessand businessand businessand
and consequently the ciy ci y of o Santa Martawith Marta Iarta Iartawith
with a poulation of o abo t 7000 OOO the town townof townof
of Cienaga with a population of o 12000 12000and 12000and
and Pueblo Viejo with a population populaU < Jn of ofabout o oabout
about 1000 100wree taree points within a radius radiusof radiuso radiusof
of o eleven miles mUesare are practically without
ice except such small quantities as are areshipped areshlppe
shipped < from Barranquilla BarranquillaIt
It Is claimed that the concessionary at it
Cienaga has allowed his rights to lapse
This of course would require an Investi Investigation Investigation InvestigaLlon ¬
gation through the Department of Magda Magdaena ¬
lena l ena It Is probable that an Ice plant will
be established either at Cienaga or Santa
Marta In the near future One obstacle obstacleat
at present in the way is the great greatfiuctua greatfiuctuatlon fluctua fluctuation fiuctuation ¬
tion in the value
of Colombian paper cur currency currency currency ¬
rency If I the concession Is secured It Itshould Itshould
should s grant to the concessionary the right rightto olghtto
to t o regulate the price at which the product productmay productmay
may be sold according to the gold value alue of
Colombian currency currencyVice currencyGoernment
Goernment Coverniiseit Control Control the RIJht RIJhtVIce
Vice Consul General Gudger of Panama Panamasays Panama5as
says 5as s ays
saysThe
The right to manufacture ice in this thisdrpartment thIsdrpartment
drpartment d epartment is sold by the Government to tothe tothe tohe
the t he highest bidder The concession Is Isowned isowned iswned
owned o at present by a company in Bogota Bogotaand Bogotaand Bogotand
and a nd the ice is manufactured man tactured in Panama by bya
a 1 plant which has a capacity paclty of about ten tentons tentons
tons t ons per day The Th consumption of ice here hereis hereIs heres
is I s not n t very cry great en D account of the price pricecents
5 cents per pound poundThe poundThe poundThe
The following has been received from
Consul General De Leon of Guayaquil GuayaquilThere GuayaqullThere GuayaquilThere
There are no ice factories in Ecuador Ecuadorexcept Ecuadorexcept Ecuadorxcept
except e in Guayaquil where there are three threetwo threetwo
two t wo small and one large only one Is run running nznfling m mnlng ¬
fling having arranged wIth wth the others to tocease tocease tocease
cease manufacture The capacity of f this thisfactory thisactor
factory f actor largely exceeds the demand Most Mostof Mostof Iost Iosto
of o the product Is used by b its owners in their
brewery These people consume little ice icece
ice i ce water is regarded as unhealthy un health Claret Claretand Claretand
and other wines are drunk by the better betterclass betterclass
class chiea guarapo guarap and mayorca by the
poorer poorerIce poorerIce poorerIce
Ice retails retall at 4 12 cents gold Perhaps
two or three tons per per day dayare are consumed by
this city of 50000pebple At Quito the on ¬
ly city of any size 1n in In the tb north no o facto ¬
ry exists the little ice obtained comes
from Chimborazo ChlmborazoTh There re is no field fteldelther cither
for the establishment of plants or for the thesale thesale
sale of machinery in the line under consid consideration consideration cooslderatfon ¬
eration erationConsul erationConsul eratfonConsul
Consul Moulton writer from rom Demerara
that plants for fo thejittjuacture of o Ice are arcestablished areestablished areestablished
established and In operation in that city
in Paramaribo Dutch Guiana and in Cay Cayenne Cayenne Cayanne ¬
enne French Guiana Their capacity Is Issufficient Issufficient issufficient
sufficient to supply the requirements of the thepeople tIlepeople thepeople
people residing r idlng in the respective localities localitiesAbout localitiesAbout localitiesAbout
About twelve tons of Ice per day arc an annually annually annually ¬
nually consumed in Georgetown and other otheradjacent otherndjacent otheradjacent
adjacent towns of this colony The arti artIfclaIce aruficialice ¬
ficialice fclaIce plant which was p prhaed abased In the
United States seven years yearsgo ago furnishes furnishe
half that amount and two naturalIce
hai naturaIce con concerns concers concerns ¬
cerns cers which get their supply regularly from rom
the United Unied Stales ftates yield the other half
oter hal
Rain water Is
Rln mostly motly used for drinking
for culinary cUlnary purposes pUles and for the manu manuBears manuBith manuBearatho
Bears Bith BithSigt Bearatho Bearathosintnro the theSignature
Sigt Signature Signatureof
of +
A POPULAR MISTAKE MISTAKERegarding MISTAKEnegardln MISTAKEegarding
Regarding R Remedies for Uyupenal Uyupenalnml Dlltelt DyNpepsiaand la lann1
and Indigestion InillcciitlonThe Inllhe8UonThe IndigestionThe
The national disease disas of Americans omercansis Is in indigestion indigeston inigestion ¬
digestion digeston d or In its chronic form dyspep dyspepsia dspp dsppsia ¬
sia a la and for the very reason rason that it is so socommon socommon soomm6n
c common many people neglect neglet taking proper propertreatment properreatment
treatment tretment t for what they consider conldr trifling triflingstomach tl triflingtomach lng lng6tomch
stomach 6tomch s trouble when as a matter mater of offact o oact ofact
fact f act indigestion Indgton lays the foundation rounaton for formany Cormany formany
many many incurable diseases No person pe so with witha withvigorous
a vigorous healthystomach will i fall fal vic victim victim nc ncim ¬
tim t im to consumption consumvion Many kidney areeases areeasesand lhse teaee teaeend e
and a nd ffeart lear troubles trouble date their twfilnnlut twfilnnlutj beinnitgrom Jlnnh Jlnnhfrom
from f rom poor dIgestion thin neruw aervczut pople popleare people peoplere
j are a re really rean so s because their stoiaojas stotnd arc arowomen areut
o ut o of gear weary languid ta fatlcd ed out oufI outwomen
women woien owe their condition to imperfect Imp rH ct ctgenion di dieation i igestlon
gestlon gestlonWhen genionWhen g eation eationWhen
I When nearly nrrl every person per J you meet mp Is Isafflicted Isamlcted isfflicted
afflicted a with weak digestion digoton It Is not ntt > ur urprising zr zrprising r rprislng
prising that nearly every secret secret patent patentmedicine patentmedicine patentmedicine
medicine on the te market claims caims to be a acure acure acure
cure for or dyspepsia dspopla as a well wel as a a score re of ofother otother ofther
other o ther troubles when In fact as r > Wcr Wcrthler Werhier Verthler
thler t hier says 5S there Is but one gerune geltne dye dyspepsia dspepsl1 dyepepata ¬
pepsia cure which is perfectly perfecty perectlysa sa sa end nd re reliable relable reiable ¬
liable lable l and moreover this remedy relued U i not a apatent aJatent apatent
patent medicine but it Is a scientific sclontlfic com combination combinaton cornbination ¬
bination binaton of pure ptre pepsin pepin free ree from rm eonr animal animalmatter lnlmal lnlmalI animalmatter
matter vegetable essences cseDc fruit t fIt alts and andbismuth andbismuth andbismuth
I bismuth It I is sold fold by druggists under undername undername undername
name of Stuarts Stars Dyspepsia Tablets blet No Noextravagant Noextravagant
extravagant claims calms are made mae for them but butfor butror butfor
I for indigestion Inlgelon or any 6tcmah Itcmh trouble troubleStuarts troubleStuarts troubleStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia D pepsla Tablets are far ahead aheadof aheadot aheadof
of any remedy remed yet discovered They act on onthe onthe onthe
the food eaten no dieting is necessary necessarysimply neceary necearysimply
simply s eat all al the te wholesome wholeome food fo TO y Want Wantnd ant antand antand
and a nd these tablets will It
wi digest dlget It cure cureresults cureresult cureresults
results result because beuse becauseall all al the stomach needs nes Is 1 a arest arst aest
rest r est which Stuarts Tablets
rst Dyspepsia Dysepsia give giveby giveby givey
by b y doing the work of digestion digestionfacture dig digestiona digestionfacture ton toni
i a
I facture facure of ice because beuse of a prejudice prejudiceagainst preJuric prejudiceagainst
against other available avalable water waterMany waterany waterMany
Many any prefer prere natural Ice as it hardens hardensand hdens hdensand hardensand
and renders render the soft sft rain water In which whichit whichIt whicht
it i t is used Wed more palatabl About five fve tons tonsper tonaper tonsper
per day of artificial artfcIal Ice are rc consumed consume in inParamaribo InPararibo InParamaribo
Paramaribo Pararibo and about four tons In Cay Cayenne CayI Caycane
I enne It is i sold sld in those tose cities ctie at 2 cents centsper cent centsper
i per pound In this city cty it I Is I delivered dlHveed to toconsumers toconsumers toconsumers
consumers at half ha1 a cent cet per pound pund pundI poundSeventy
I Seventy miles mies down the east coast cas from fromGeorgetown fromGergetown fromGeorgetown
Georgetown Gergetown Is the port of New Xe Araster Amser AmserI AmaterSIam
I dam lam with a population ppulaton of 60flf 600i 6O0 Thirty Thirtythousand Thirtythousnd Thirtythousand
thousand thousnd dollars dolars has h been recently rety voted votedby votedby votedby
by the municipality municpaly for an electric light l lightplant bt btplanl
plant which will wi be purchased purhaed in the theUntied theUnited theUnited
United States State They are ae supplied upple with withice wit withice
ice from Georgetown Georetown which sells sels there at atcents
2 cents per pound pund ComunCton Communication Is now nowby nowbv nowby
by water In a few fev months a a a rail raiway railway way will wi willconnect
connect c nnect the two places place plac and a small smal plant plantestablished plantestblshe plantestablished
established estblshe there would be a profitable proftable in investment Invetment investment
vestment It will wi not be done unless unle by byoutside bY byoutside
outside capital capitl which would also als have hve to tocnduot toconduct
conduct cnduot the business busine With this thl exception exceptionthe excepton exceptonthe exceptionthe
the outlook ouUok at this time tie for the te estao estaollshment eta eataDliahrnent
llshment Ishment of plans or he sale ale of o Ice ma machinery machinery maebinery ¬
chinery is unfavorable unfavorableUnited unfavorablelnled unfavorabletniied
United lnled State Stat Machinery 310chlner In Pern PernConsul Pfro rem remConsul
Consul Dickey Dckey of Callao Calao Peru says that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are two factories for the manuftc
ture of Ic ice In Lima lma and five fve others othen ta t in incoast the thecst tIlecoast
coast cst and interior towns tons toyns of o Peru The Theprincipal Theprincip Theprincipal
principal princip plant is a very Tery extensive and andmodern andmoern andmodern
modern moern one oe The machinery mahinery for this plant plantwas plantwas plantwas
was Imported from the United pnited States and andcost andcost andcost
cost 535000 0 gold gld Ice lsvextenslvely IsetenslelY isextensively con consumed consumcd consunied ¬
sumed in summer selling selng at from rom 3 to 5 5cents 5cents 5centa
cents gold per pr 22046 20lG pounds and paying a atax atax
tax ta of 1 cent on the same sme There is at atpresent atpresnt atpresent
present presnt no outlook outook whatever for the es establishment e establishment ¬
tablishment tablshment of ice plants or ot the sale of ofmachinery ofmalner ofmachinery
machinery malner for the manufacture of 0 ice in inPeru InPeru InPeru
Peru PeruConsul PeruConsul PeruConsul
Consul Swaim writes from Montevideo MontevideoUruguay MontevideoUruguay IontevideoUrugay
Uruguay Urugay An excellent exclent ice plant Is 11 s In op operation operaton operation ¬
eration eraton here here controlled contrle by thcConsoIidat thcConsoIidated the on5ldat on5ldated
ed Breweries It meets the demafnd demia deint id fully fullyand fullyand fullyand
and is ready to extend its I machinery as asthe asthe asthe
the market may warrant wrrant The Te plant l1nt Ger Werman German German ¬
man Is modern in every way wa and the theproduct theprouct theproduct
product prouct first frst class In my m opinion opfl Vor n there thereis thereIs thereis
is no opening opening here for new plants or ma machinery machinery machinery ¬
chinery therefor thereforConsul theretorConsul thereforConsul
Consul Goldschmidt sends snds the following folowing folowingrom
from rom La L Guayra GuayraIce Guaya GuayaIce GuaymaIce
Ice Is manufactured by b three different differentconcerns dUrerentcncerns differentconcerns
concerns cncerns in Venezuela Veezuelone Venezuelaone one in Caracas CaraC one onein oneIn onein
in Puerto Cabollo Cablo and one in Maracaibo MaracaiboThe MaracaiboTbe MaracaiboThe
The first frst has 1 monopoly granted by the theGovernment theGoernment theGoyernment
Government a few years ago by which no noother noother noother
other ice is permitted permited to be xnanufactored xnanufactoredfor
for sale or to be b sold sld In the dltrict dt trlct of Ca Caracas Caracas Camess ¬
racas which covers cover La L Guayra By B j the thetariff thetariff be betarif
tarif tariff which went Into effect elet September Septembr 1 1a 1a 1a
a duty of about 12 12 1 cent cen per Pr kilogram kiogm ia ialevied II islevied
levied on ice Imported Imprted into thlB tl Country CountryThe 4cnt cszntry cszntryThe
The ice manufactured in rrzeas frf sraas is of ofvery ofvery ofvery
very Inferior quality coming comingin In n pieces piecesabout Ieces Iecesabout tCH tCHabout
about twenty inches long five itiehes wide
and a nd three inches thick The critre Cre crre Is only onlyalf
half bal h alf frozen leaving a ridge herlhgthe hehlg he den density densiy denity ¬
sity siy s ity of o frozen snow This a aj il lie t be fact factthat factthat facthat
that t hat the pieces piece are so thin cnase ase the ice to tomelt tomel tomelt
melt mel quickly qully Ice of thle thlt kind is retailed retailedhere retie retiehere retailedere <
here h ere at 4 cents per pr pound it I is consequent consequently ¬
ly l y a luxury which few people can afiord afiordFrom atord atordFrom aflordFrom
From one to three thr pounds POU 6 are usually usuallyought
bought b ought by the better families famhes for breakfast breakfastand breakfastand breakfastnd usual1
and a nd dinner Such a thing as a an Ice chest chests
is i s almost unknown unknownI
I think that ice machines machln < of small smal size sizewould sizewould sizewould
would meet with sale sle here and in Caracas Caracs Caracasn
in i n hotels and in the better families famies Ma Machines Mahines Ia Iachines ¬
chines c for the manufacture of o large quanti quantities quant ¬
ties t ies cannot be
tes sold here except perhaps to tothe
the t he party part having the monopoly for manu manuacture ¬
facture facure f acture and sale in this district to take tke the theplace theplace
place p lace of the te one he has ha Electricity will wi willrobably j
probably p be shortly Introduced as a motive motivepower motve motvevower motiveower
power p ower in Caracas Camc Coal costs J16 1 6 or 16 6 a aon 1 1ton
ton t on
tonM
MINT M UND CURE CUR FOB ELEPHANT ELEPHANTClirlntlnn EH EHChrbtnn ELEPHA2NTChristian
Christian Chrbtnn Scientist Sclcntlt Woman 31 31Dad Ma 10 Give GheDnd GiveEnd
Dad Tom A Aluent linen t Treatment TreatmentNEW TrentmentNEW TreatmentNEW
NEW YORK YOR May ly 2L 2LTom 2LTom Tom Central CentralParks CentralParks CentralParks
Parks erstwhile erstwhie bad bd elephant may be beturned beturned beurned
turned t over to the Christian Christin Scientists SIentsts If Ifother I II ifther
I other o ther remedies redie are ineffectual Inet tual should he lieave
have h ave a recurrence of o the malady maady that tt re recently recenty reently ¬
cently centy c made him mad and of which he he wan wancured wa wasured
cured c only by the most soothing treatment tretment
Two women waited waied on Superintendent Superintendentmith
Smith Smih S mith yesterday yeteray afternoon afernoon and informed
him h im they were Christian ChrIstan Scientists Scietsts They Theywere Theywere hey heywere
were interested In Toms case ce they tey said saidand sid sidand saidnd
and a nd wanted to try their treatment on the
big pachyderm pachydermBut pachydermBut pachydermBut
But you would not be safe Efe In Toms Tomscage Tomscage Tomscage
cage an instant Instt said sid the superintendent superintendentOh supeIntendent supeIntendentOh
Oh that makes no difference dierence replied repliedthe rflled rflledthe repliedhe
the t he younger y unger woman oman We can cure him himfrom himfrom himrom
from f rom our home which is near here We Weuse Weuse Ye Yeus
use us the absent abent treatment and often oftenvhave oten have vhavepatients havepatents havepatients
patients patents as far off ol as China ChinaWell Chlna ChinaWell
Well Wel ladles ladle said sid Mr Ir Smith I have haveittle
little l ittle faith in the efficacy of lonsdlst longdlstance
cures for Tom Toms s troubles but should other otherreme
remedies reme < lts fail f11 I shall send for you youAs youAs youAs
As his fair visitors visitor departed the super superntendent superntendent ¬
ntendent i was s seized with wih a violent spasm spasmakin spasmakin spasmakin
akin to mirth mirthAt mirthAt mirthAt
At present Tom is doing quite q lte well and andis andis ands
is i s making no complaints comlaints complaintsALPI1ED > i iAUFKED IALRD
AUFKED ALRD AUSTINS AUSTlS OUTBURST OUTBURSTPoet OUTURST OUTURSTPoet OUTBUBSTPoet
Poet Innren InurcnC < f Write rie Vcrri ecmss crM on oh n the thenolle theneJf the1lIIef
nolle neJf nl tt MnfVlciiif MnfVlciiifLONDON JlnCkin JlnCkinLONDO 3InfkhgLONDON
LONDON May 2L 2 21The The muse cf Alfred AlfredAustin AlredAutn AlfredAustin
Austin Autn the poet laureate has responded respondtd to toa toa toa
a call to celebrate the relief rele of MafekingThe Mafeklng Mafeking MarekingThe
The poem consltts conshl of seven verses veres aping apingTennysons apingTenny apingTennysons
Tennysons Tenny ons Balaklava following 1olowlng are
two sample stanzas stanzasAs stanzasks
sanzas sanzaspre
As pressed pre tlic tle lie fro fo more mre near n8lr n8lrOnly
Only with wll naked nked spear spearXeer spearNecr r rX
Xeer X knowing kown wbt what to fear fearParley fer ferPaI fearParley
Parley or blench bl
PaI nh meant meantForward ment mentFon
Forward Fon tbrugh through ebot hot and shelL
While Whie still tm the th foremost onm t fell fellThey f fellrIte7 I sell
They Tht with wit resistless r itl yell el V VV T
I V Stormed StomlC lib h4 lii entrenchment cDtr entrenchmentThen hmfnt hmfntThe fj fjI w wThen
Then The when when hope hop dawned dwne at t last lat V
And Bed Be the Joe fo aghast h iri iriAt I
At tt t the relieving relevn blast blt blasthard I IHard I IImi
Hard Imi in the mSTj m j t V
Oh 01 our stout Itout stubborn Iubbm kith
Kimberlty Kimh rl y IjiUgmith JIlmitb JIlmitb1afeking LsdyeznithIlafeking Lih
Mafeking wedded
1afeking wed with
Lucknovr Lckow and o Delhi DelhiIce Dbi DbiIce DelhiIce
Ice Cream Crenm Soda Kills KIII n Girl GirlNEW GIrlNEW GirlNEW V
NEW YORK May Iay 21 21Roe 21Rose Rose Elizabeth ElizabethCarraher Elzbetb ElzbetbCarrhpr ElizabethCarraher
Carraher Carrhpr fifteen ffeen years yeart old daughter of ofPatrick o oPatrck ofPatrick
Patrick Patrck Carraher Crher a liveryman Iherymano of Flushing Flushing
L L I died yesterday yesteray from rom the effects efects of ofglass a aglass I Iglass
glass of Ice 10 cream sxxa soda which she he drank
cre r Jhe drak
last 15t Friday Dr Joseph Jcseh Jcseh L 1 Hicks Hick the te at ¬
tending tnding physrtdan phydsn says sy the ice cream in
the te soda sda was poisonous poisnous
GRIME ON O A BRIGANTINE ABllMfflll311111li0US BRIGANTINEMnuIots
MaUhOBS MnuIots Filipinos Fipi os Commit Commit Commita a Triple TripleMurder TripleI
V V Murder Murderi MUlder MUlderCnptuin NuidtiCaptain
I
i Captain Cnptuin AeoMtn ACOltR Jlt Kin Wife Ue and the theSliIuM tbeSl theShips
Ships Sl llt Slute Cut to Ifleve 1 le With WithKnlven flithKniesTlze 1h i iJnhtIThe
Knlven JnhtIThe KniesTlze The V elMelI KHeI V D Bon floatsvvain floatsvvainand otwaln tn train trainnn
nn nUll l Two O Other Tried and Exe Executed Executed Execeded ¬
I
cuted by the Native Authorities AuthoritiesTACOMA AnthoritiesTACOMA otborlle otborlleTAC011
TACOMA TAC011 Wash May 2L LTodays 21TodaysOriental LTodaysOrienal Todays TodaysOriental
Oriental Orienal advices contained contahie deUlls details details of a aghastly aghasty agbasuy
ghastly ghasty tragedy on the brfgantliie brgtJe brigan briganVVtiZt VVtiZt e Navarro Navarroowned Navaro Navaroowned Navarroowned
owned in Manila lfanla which left Sorsogon orgn in inMarch InMarh inMarch
March Marh with a cargo of o hemp hempOorlala bempfotManila forManlla and andwas andwa andwas
was wa not beard from rom until unti t fate t In April Apri AprilTwo j
Two To days out from frm Sorsogoa SOrOO the crew crewmutinied crewmutnied crewinutinied
mutinied mutnied under the leadership leadersWp of o the theboatswain thebtswaln theboatswain
boatswain btswaln and cut to pieces ple es Captain CaptainAcosta Cptn CptnAC03ta CaptainAcosta
Acosta AC03ta his wife wie and the ships fhlp8 ahip mate mateThe mte mateThe
The vessel was run into the thelver river Lucol Lucolin Lucolin Lucolin
in Middor lddor At this place two wo women womenservants womenservants omen omensvant
servants svant of Captain Cptain Acoatas Acot s wife wie pave paveinformation Jve JveInormattD gaveinformation
InormattD information to the native authorities authorlt who whoarrested whoarreste whoarrested
arrested arreste < the thp ships shps crew and1 ad andound found them themguilty themguiy themguilty
guilty guiy The boatswain boatsalnad and andtwo two others otherswere otherswere otherswere
were immediately executed and pd the bal balance balance balante ¬
ance of the crew were imprisoned ImpLone for long longterms longter longterms
terms termsAt ter termsAt
At the tbetrlal trial It I developed cevdope < that the te boat boatswain bot botIwain boatswain ¬
swain Iwain had ba a a grievance gevance against aginst the chips chipsmae Ehlpsmae shipsmae
mae and arranged arrangd the mutiny with the thesole thesole thesole
sole object of o murdering that officer ofcer He Hearranged Hearge Hearranged
arranged arge matters mattcn so 5 s quietly that his three threevictims threevictms threevictims
victims victms had ha no idea of ot their U lr fate ate ten min minutes rln rlnutes zziautes ¬
utes before bfore they met death deathThe deathTe
The Te entire crew armed with knives JtlTes V and andguns andgD andVgjn8
guns gD and ad led by the boatswain btnaln ordered orderedthem oered oeredtem orderedthem
them tem on deck where they were given gven five fiveminutes tve tvemnutes fiveminutes
minutes mnutes to say sy farewell frewel to each eh eachother eachotherMrs other otherMrs otherrs
Mrs rs Acosta Acost bore the trial tril bravely brely saying sayingshe sylng sylngshe sayingshe
she did not wish to live 1e If he he h husbands husbandslife husbandslfe husbandslife
life lfe was w taken ten At the expiration expirUon of five fiveminutes fve fveminutes fiveminutes
minutes they were killed kied with wth knives knivesMrs knlvc knivesMrs
Mrs Irs Acostas Acotas maids were threatened thretened with withdeath wih wihdeath withdeath
death if I they told of the crime crimeMOSEB crImeMOSER crimeMOSER
MOSER TALKS TA OFSS OF S CHIME CHIMEKxplnlnn CRI CRIEXltlnilM CRThtEExpinizis
Kxplnlnn EXltlnilM How He le Shot II Hin lii Wife AVIfeSon WifeSon e eSon
Son nail nnt Daughter OooKhterSALT DaughterSALT DaughterSALT
SALT LAKE LKE May Ia 21 21Samuel Samuel auel Moser Moserwho Moerwho Moserwho
who murdered his wife wie and children ehldren near nearTremont nenr nearTrexnont
Tremont III is under arrest here
Moser Ioer attracted atracted the te attention 1tenton of a po policeman p p0liceman ¬
liceman lceman J rause ause of o his bloody bloy appearance appearanceAt appeaance appeaanceAt
At the pcice cice Ice station he admitted admited thjit t1t he hehad liehad e ehad
had attempted atecpte < suicide sicide first by shooting shootinghimself shotng shotnghimself shootinghimself
himself Inthe head hed and then by jumping jumpinginto jumpingInto 3umplnginto
into the Jordan Joan River Rel Last Lt nrsht niht Moses Moseicalmly Mosescalmly osel
calmly clmly related details of o ofhis Jiis Is quadruple I
crime crimeOn
On Sunda Sunday May Iay 13 my wife wie went ent to tochurch tochurh tochurch
church churh with the children chidren and I was left leftalone leftalune leftatune
alone in tha t house house Between 4 4gand and a 5 5oclock 5oclo 5ovloet
oclock oclo In the afternoon aferon they returned reured and andmy andmy andmy
my wife Wte commenced commeced making preparations preparationsfor prepartos prepartosfor preparationafor
for supper The boys bys were were out in the yard yardand yardan yardand
and an she went down cellar celar for something somethingI
I followed her down dOVo and as al she looked lookedat loked lokedat lookedat
at me I fired fir just one shot She was dead deadThe dod dodThe deadThe
The eldest boy came ce in and went into intothe Intothe intothe
the bedroom or I took him there I shot shothim shothlmmly shothimonly
him hlmmly himonly only once oncehe > he died die right there thercnecr thercnecrfelt therenever thereneverfelt never neverfelt
felt it at all al I called cled the second send boy by in inand inand inand
and sent t him for a bucket of water wter When Whenhe Whenhe en enhe
he came CO in and went into the pantry I Ifre Ifired j
fired fre again agin It did not kill ki him at once oncend oce oceand onceand
and nd I Ifired fired fir again aglnthat againthat that killed kiEd him himThen himThen himThen
Then I went back Into the bedroom bedroomwhere bedroom bedroomwhere
where the te baby bby was ws lying 1 lng only six months monthsold monthsold j
old I fired fre and d hit her but ut t she moved I Idid Idi Idid
moe
did di not want her to suffer sufer of course cr and andfired andfred andfired
fired
fred again againI
I then the we went down Into Int the cellar celar and andthrew andthrew andthrew
threw a carpet over Oer my wife wie Then I put puteome pt pt6me putsome
some 6me dresses drees over the te other oter bodies bies locked lockedup loke lookedup
up the hf hu hnuee > U8 and left left tJVwalked I walked alke three threemiles thre threemiles
miles mie Ing here to Tremont Teont Thursda1ng and an and4ookkjsltrain fookattralQ o lln arriv ¬
LYNCHEHS LYC NOTXNI NOT INDICTED INDICTEDlbnrylnid > ICTED ICTEDMnrylniid CED CEDI
Mnrylniid I r lnld Grand Juror Jurt nrur Unable to Se Secure Se Sccure ¬
cure ure 3Tetet Sectnr eeeseary Rr > Evidence EvidenceBELA1H EvidenceBELJtIIt I nce nceBELAH
BELA1H BELAH Md Id May a ± 2liTh 1 The T grand Irand Jury Juryof juryof
of Harford Harord county ctsioty Dy was wal discharged dishare < Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day after being bel g in session seorfdx six days and a ex examining e cxstaining ¬
amining ninetyfour witnef witce witheise se Xo o one was wasindicted wasindicted ral
indicted hiicte < for the lynching icf t I the th negro Har Harris Harrs liarmis ¬
ris rs in Belar Belar On this sUbexjt s sp1i1ctthe iQf the e report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
rEpor
the grand gnd jury jur says sys f fTe IThe f fThe
The Te matter seeming SNmlng tdbcf trb t bff f the tegre great greatest greateat t tcst ¬
est import I port considered considere duric d dilzi4the i the te session sessionthe seion seionthe sessionthe
the jury was ws unable to j obtain bin any alY fact factdefinite facts factsdefinite acb acbdeJnte
definite deJnte enough enugh to implicate Implet Implici1eTiy any y person prnl ci cipereons T Tpersons
persons prn The matter mater refetlg ref refetd1to dto to was ai aiof thjtt thjttor thstof
or of breaking into the jail JI l awaking qking klng there therefrom therefrm therefrom
from frm Lewis Lew1 Harris Har colored cl cotore4Azid d and d his his6ub sube subequent subsequeflt
quent lynching lnching The Te jury urapprela appreciate the thejtrong theron the4ron
jtrong 4ron ron charge care delivered del er ty b his honor hI and andthe ad adthe andthe
the utmost umot endeavor on the part of this thisbody thlsbd thishotly
body bd was s exercised exerised to discover dlser through throughthe thrugh thrughthl throughthe
the thl many witnesses wlnes before them acme semefacts rme rmefacts acmefacts
facts that tht would allow alow them to decide dt < lde who whothe whothe whothe
the participants parlclpltS In this thi act against againt the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and nd order of the county couny were but butfrom butfrom butfrom
from the evidence evl ee before bfore it nothing nothng what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever could be determined determinedOn determIne
On second consideration cniderin the te suggestion suggestionoffered sugeson sugesonofered suggestIonoffered
offered ofered by his honor Judge Ju ge Walter Watter isla islative l la latire i
tire tlc to the jury drafting drtlng a memorial memorl v tho thoCounty thoCounty theCounty
County Commissioners Commisioner providing fir r the tteoffering t1o theoffering I Iofering
offering ofering of o a suitable suhble reward rc for detection detectionand detedlonand detectionand
and conviction convicton of the parties part guilty gity of the thelynching thelynchIng thelynching
lynching of Lewis Lwi Harris Ha was wa adopted adoptedThe adoptedThe adoptedThe
The grand jury was wasVcornposed composed cmpsd of oC thor thoroughly thoroughiy or oroughly ¬
oughly representative repreentthe men The foreman foremanwas foremauwas foremanwas
was A S Strausbaugh Strausbugh Judge Waiters Water in indismissing Indismiing inV
dismissing dismiing them said 1 he was W8 satisfied satisfiedthey sCste satsfledthey V
they had done don all In their power to ferret ferretout ferretout V
out the perpetrators epetrators of the outrage and andthat andtbat andthat V
that they tey were ere not abe to todl discover over th thparties thprte thV
parties prte from the evidence before bfore them them 1 1was 1was Iwas V
was gratified gratfied that they had adopted adpte his hissuggestion hissuggesto hissuggestion
suggestion suggesto as to the te memorial asking aking for a areward areward a aV
reward to te b offered Qere by the t e County Cunty Com Commissioners Commlsslonel Cornmissioneza ¬ V
missioners jsnG nC assured asured them that he hewould h hewould
would go before foe that body by himself himsel at their theirnext theirnext theirV I
next meeting and ur u ge e such action acIon acIontaken lu lutaken haV V
taken by them thm He le discharged dlEchargr the juy juywith jutywith V I Iwih
with wih the understanding understnding that he would wuld call callthem u l lthem L Lthem
them together again agln by authority of the theAct theAct
Act ct of 1100 i oo should shoul any further conclusive conclusiveevidence concuse concuseeldnce couclusvevidence
evidence eldnce be discovered discoveredSEO di discoveredSELP oere
SEO FTRE TO GRANDSTAND I
j IUtburJ l ltesbumir K I IenJue njfuc Clul Cuh Clubs > Rrfnniil R fuIJ of ofInxMVK ofIne ol r rlassee
InxMVK Said to C Be the Cause CnunoPITTSBURG CnlJ CnlJPITSBURG CausePITTSBURG
PITTSBURG PITSBURG Pa May Iay 21 2ISomene 21Someone Someone Is Istrying Istrying istrying
trying to burn down do the stands stnds of the thePittsburg thelitsburg thePittsburg
Pittsburg litsburg League Leage Club Shortly Sborty before beforeSaturday beore beoreSa beforeSaturday
Saturday Sa urd1 midnight Groundkeeper Murphy Murphywho Iurphywho j jwho
who lives lves in Exposition Epsiton Park Prk saw three threeA thrcemen threemen
men running away fro from thc gmndstnd gmndstndA grandstand grandstandA
A few fc minutes later names flames broke out un under under under ¬
der the stand near the home layers bench benchHe bnch bnchHe benchHe
He quickly quickl turned turne in an alarm but before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the fire fre companies companie arrived he had ha with withhelp wih wihhelp withhelp
help extinguished extnguished the fire fireThis fire fIreThis
This is the thrid trld blaze blaz under the grand grandstand grandstand rand randstand ¬
stand since the season seson opened openc The first firstwas frs firstwas
was wa during the visit islt of the te St St Louis Luis team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The second wa waS a week ago It is believed believedthat beleed beleedthat believedthat
that the fires fire were wereVStartcd started stated by persons personswho personswho personswho
who formerly forerly held passes but whom the thenew thenew thenew
new management refused to recognize recognizeChild recogize recogizeChid recognizeChild
Child Chid Mangled h nJIC by b f n n3iotor Motor C CBALTIMORE Cur CorBALTUrORE CurBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE May lay 21 2Fnces CLFrances > Frances Ber Berdych Berdych Berdych
dych seven years yeas old balI h both btIh of her legs legscut legsUt legscut
cut Ut off of last lat night by being being b4h run over by b a acar acr acar
car cr of the Madison ad on Avenlie A ere fine lne on Broad Broadway Broadwa Broadway
way wa between between Gough andJBaiUc Jndn Streets The Thechild Thechid Thechild
child chid ran rn across the street streetin tr tI In front of the thecar te tecar thecar
car and despite despie the te efforts eforts ot 9 the motor motorman motorman motorman
man Frank Chambers 1501 to fVstQp slop she was wastrucks wasstruck
struck truckby by the fender an an4 < puled pulled under the thetrcks thetracks
trucks trcks Wbtn Wh l taken tken out it was hs s found that thather thather
her her rigl rlglt t leg wascompletelyJevered waccompl t IHevered above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the ankl anktt whie while the left leg l Thgwas g was hanging hangingabove hangingabove hangingabove
above the knee nee by bya a i pl piece Rif f skin The Thelittle Thelte Thelittle
little lte victim icUm ras as taken tken tpthe he office of Dr DrFrank DrFrank DrFrank
Frank Bressler Bres er and a1d sentjthence sent sentthence the1c to the Ho ¬
brew Uospita Hospital in the Easternpolice Esiolce district districtambulaccr disrict disrictambulucr districtambulance
ambulance Her condition conditfzn ndlU Ts s considered consideredcritical consideredcrft consideredcritical
critical crft I She Is a daugbfte dauglif bV Frank Berdych Berdych Ber 2crdych
dych of Sia SU South DallaSStrCet Dall tt ttIII
III
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The track and ad field eld meet to t be b given givenby gven gvenby givenby
by the Y M L C A on June f premises to tobe tob tobe
be b the tht most attractive atDivc affair afalr of o Its It kind kindever knd kndeer kindever
ever attempted attempt locally locallyIn loly lolyIn locallyIn
In addition adio to the local Itlqtrnts tmtrants there therewill tberewl therewill
will wl be many fr from Baltimore Baltmore Philadel Philadelphia Phiael Phiaelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia phia Wilmington WilIngn an and Xew York repre representing representng represeating ¬
seating sentng Y 1 M C C A A and athletic clubs cub As Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant Physical Physic Instructor 1nstotor Beckett Bket who whohas whoha whohas
has ha recently been bee placed la In charge chage to as assist a asist asstat ¬
sist Mr Ir Ridout of the th local loc association associationhas aoiaton aoiatonha associationhas
has ha had ha considerable cnsfdenble experience exprleD in his hisline hIsUne hislIne
line developing the theathleCc athletic department departmentof detent detento
of o one of o the branches brnches of o the Baltimore BaltimoreY Bltmore BltmoreY
Y M I C A expects exps to make mke a good goodshowirrg goodshnwin
showirrg sowln shnwin with wit tha thatntertal 8teral jnaterial at band and andbe andh andhe
be h will m have Royct R Ruyl1uugb Hough and Le Mat MatIa Matin lat latIn
In th t the field feld eld eventssSnd een d Ferris oug erris Greene Grene Mc McElfreeb McEltresh Ic IcEtr
Elfreeb Etr b Stuart Stuat Stuart Reddington R f gton and Mather Matheron Yather Yathern Matheron
on n the track as a nucleus nu us of a good go team teamttv tem temt1 teamthel
t1 ttv rest re to be drawnjfrom drw drawiiifrom ifrom about twenty twentyfive twentye twentyfive
five e candidates cndidates he nowhas wh In hand hand He Is Issomewhat I issomewhat
somewhat smewhat hand hdlcap handicaped leaped by the te absence asce of ofSpoare ofSp6e ofSpeare
Spoare Sp6e and Ford from the team te but he hehopes hehop hehopes
hopes hop to do well wel without lhout them themA them themA
A special sPfeal attraction atttion an > one which whichmust whltb whltbmus whichmust
must mus be appreciated apprecae by local loc lovers of ofamateur o oamatelr ofamaterir
amateur amatelr sport sprt will wi be b the presence preence of o such suchcollege sc authuHeg
college tleg cracks tcl as s Tewksbury Tewksbur the thePennsV thePenns thePenasi
PennsV Penns fiver Kraenzloln the best all
round rund mn man Pennsylvania Poylvi university Vuersty has hasand h hasand
and ad until unti a fortnight ago the bolder hler of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the worlds worls record rPr In running broad jump jumpand jumpand jumpand
and now second send man in the country cntry to toPrinzsteln toPlnsteln toPrinzstein
Prinzsteln Plnsteln of Syracuse Syrcue University Unlersly who whoearly whoery whoearly
early ery in In this month jumped jumpe 24 feet 7 12 12inches 12inches 12inches
inches making maku a pct r pew w worlds wrlds record He Hewill Hewi Hewill
will wi be here to rptain taln his record rer and andKranzlein andKrzleln andKranzlein
Kranzlein Krzleln hopes ho to t regain Tegin his lost laurels laurelsThey larels larelsThe laurelsThey
They The alone lone will wl be b worth wrth going miles mies to tosee tolc tosee
see lc There willbe wl1 Carroll arn airoU of Princeton Princetonthe Plnceo Plnceothe Princ ton tonthe
the flying fylng high jumper and ind Duffy Dut the theworlds theworlds theworlds
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worlds champion champio1 printer printer rinter in short dis distances distces distancea ¬
tances tces and d opposed opposeJVto p to him will wi be Minne Minnet 3Unne Minneln
t ln a another aoher aother Georgetown Georeto Varsity arsiy man maaand ml manand
and a d Bernard Bernar Wefers W fe fera formerly rmerly the chain champion ch chpion chainplan ¬
pion at same distance distc an5 R silll 1 the holder holderof hder hdero bolderof
of o worlds records rcords In some of the dash dashevents dah daheents dashevents
events Baxter Bater of Pennsy Is I another anothercrack anoer anoercrack anothercrack
crack who Is slated slatd to come cme He holds holdsthe holdsthe holdsthe
the American Amerc record reCr of 6 feet 3 18 Inches Inchesmade Inchesmae inchesmade
made mae last lt year yer at a Convention Hall in the therunning therunning therunning
running nigh jump jup S S Jones of New NewYork e eTork
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Tork I V arslty as y Is another aother high jumper jumvr who whoIs whoIs whois
Is after at records rerds and hopes to beat bat Baxter Baxterwhen Bter Bterwhen Baxterwhen
when they meet me here hereThese ber hereThese
These Tte cracks cras are the very very cream of ofcollege otcolege oXcollege
college colege athletes ahlets and an form fom such sch an aggre aggregation atS aggregation ¬
gation gtlon as has not been seen sn here her herqbefore before
After Afer competing competng here they will wi meet meetagain met metaain meetagain
again aain in competition competiton at the Olympian Olympiangames Olypian Olypianges Olympiagames
games ges to be b held at Paris PIs In July ulv Out Outside Outside Outside ¬
side of the intercollegiate Intercleate championships championshipsto chapionship championships championshipsto
to be held l d at Molt ot Haven next week the te
June t meet to be heW hei here will ri be b their theironly teir teironly theironly
only appearance appeaance together togther in this country countryKESJUED cuntr cuntrRS countryBES1IED
KESJUED RS CREW CRE ABSIVES ABSIVESl AI AITOJ ABRIVESTug
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lug In Holler Doler In Cuban AVntern AVnternIEV Vter VatetaYORK
IEV YORK YORK Hay ay 2l 21xnong fimoug mong the past pastsengers ps pssenger pastsengera
sengers senger who arrived arvd this morning moring on the thesteamer thesteer thesteamer
steamer steer Olinda Olnda from Cuban ports port were wereCaptain wereCaptain
Captain Cptin Beers Betrs and ad six members membr of the thecrew thecrew thecrew
crew of the tug Pioneer Plocer of Philadelphia Philadelphiathe Phiaelpha
the boiler boIer of o which exploded eploe on May Iay 10
In latitude latllde 2234 23 longitude longiude 7811 781 while whiletowing whie whietowing whiletowing
towing barges around the Island
bages aund IlanQ of Cuba CubaThe Cub Cub CubThe
The tugs tUgscrew crew were rescued resue < by the crew crewof crewo crewof
of o the barges brges and Jd landed at 1t Xuevitas Xueits The
Pioneer was ws under charter to A TruflBn
Co of Havana HavanaPn Hayana HayanaPneuaeM HavanaPassetigeri
Pn PneuaeM Passetigeri eiiKer on the Sedarivlct StdJnlc1 SedgavickNEW I INEW i
NEW YORK YORK May Iay 21 21Among Among the pas passengere passenges pazsengera
sengere senges who arrived arrive this morning on the theUnited te teUnied theUnited
United Unied States State transport tsport Sedgwick from fromHavana fromHavana rom romHava I
Havana Hava were Capts W A A Phillips Pbilps and andT andT andT
T D Murphy Iurh Lleuts Lleut C c C Smith Smit and A AE A AB
E E family faml Williams Wilams and ad Mrs 1r Fltzhugh Ftzhugh Lee L and andfamily andfaml andfamily j
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Prove Our Claim Claim4Tailors
Tailors Taiors may come ore and tailors taiors mar may go but we go on for forever foreel forever ¬
ever They Th Tizes spring png up on every corner and claim to be lead leaders leld leldertbe leaderstbey ¬
ers ertbe erstbey tbey shine 81ine for a aft few months in tbe light lgbt of their tbeir own ownbluster ownbluster ownbluster
bluster and then fade into insignificance im igIifc ance We Ye have been bn here herefor her herefor
I for twenty years Jearswe yeaisve we have led pd the move V in popularpriced popularpricedtailoring popularpriedtaioring popularpritedtailoring
tailoring taioring We Ye were the > first fr t to make a suit for less than ta 10 10we 10we 1Owe >
we were the tle first frt to cut below blow 9 we are the OXLY tailors tailorsin taior tailorsin
in Washington who havi ha htvqtver ever nr made a firstclass frscass suit sui for less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than S YOU shall shall decide dede t who has the right to claim caim leader leadership leadership ¬
ship shipAll
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Suitsto Your Measure at atXo atV atWI V V
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Our reliable relablf lines lBf of Blue BIt and am Black lllk Cheviots Herringbone HerringboneStripes HerringboneStrips HerringboneStripes
Stripes Strips Scotch Cheviot Ch ot and Mixed lxe Worsteds Yorstfds are offered ofered at atthis atthis atthis
this price Such goods goo usually usua11 bring 12 1 We e are giving you jouan youan OU OUan
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an opportunity to prove our claim We Ye have haye earned earne a reputa reputation reputation reputation ¬
tion for highclass higbcass work w rk and these tllt suits will wi sustain it Every Everygarnient EverJ9garment Everygarment
garment is made here hert by 1 by expert hands bandsge We ge ensure faultlessstyle faultess faultessst faultless laultiessstyle
style st Ieand and fit ft We Ye live Iye up UI to every etr representation We Ye please pleaseyou pleaseyou pleaseV pleaseyoll V
you and are ar rewarded reward d with wih a constant patronage patronageHORN patronageHORN patronageHORN
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The latest sensation zenstion of the te fashionable fashionableWest whlonableWes fashionableWest
West Wes End drawing drwing rooms rm3 Is the te begging beggingpony bggg beggisigpony I Ipny
pony pny on behalf bebal of the widows and orphans orphansof orhans orhansof
of our soldiers rdle killed kied at the front frontA frontA ronL ronLA
A few weeks ago Mrs 1r Young Yong the owner ownerof ower owerof ownerof
of this latest of o fashions fancies ran ie detr determined detrmlno detrmined ¬
mined mlno to collect clet a certain cern sum su of o money moneyfor moneyfor moneyfor
for the te Lord L Mayors fund fun for o the widows widowsand widowsand rldowsand
and orphans orhans and then by a happy halPY thought thoughtdecided thoght thoghtdeided thoughdecided
decided deided the to utlli uti < her he pet pe Pretty Prett Good Go for forthe forthe forthe
purpose purpos purposeThe
The animal Is only oly thirtysix thirtysi inches Ince high highand hlEhand highand
and can c run rn about BbUt a house and an up UJ and anddown aDddown anddown
down stairs tlr like Jke a dog do so 5 Mrs r Young Youngbought Youngbought
bought it a smart art set of harness mn s and a acollecting acolectng acollecting
collecting colectng box bx bo and pressed pred It Into service serviceA srce
A fortnight ago Pretty Pety Good God started strd on onIt onits I
Its It career cr of mercy mery making makin a tour tur of the theEmpress theEmpre3 theEmpress
Empress Empre3 Club Princes Pics Skating SkUng Club and 3 I
Tattcrsalls Ttterls The pony pny Immediately imeitely com commanded C cornmanded ¬
manded mI e admiration admlrton by its perfect pret move movements moement movements ¬
ments ment and quaint quaint oldfashioned oldrahione trkks trkkswith trIk trhkswith
with the te result resu t that tt engagements gagmeDt were ere son sonentered Ion Ionetered 500entered
entered etered into for its it attendance 1ttdnc at the thesmartest thome5 thesmartest
smartest me5 of the smart sar Mayfair drawing drawingrooms drwing drwingrms drawingrooms
rooms rms At even the most mot exclusive IIe at athomes at athomes
homes this thli Lilliputian pony pny has b been Ia Iagreat In Ingreat
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great gat demand demandLed de1d de1dLe V VLed
Led Le by a groom gm it i has been 0 taken tkcn iato iatothickly iat
thickly thiky carpeted crte rooms roms where where with its itslore It Itsfore
lore legs leg on a chair cair i it accepts acpt morsels moels of ofsweets ofsweets efsweets
sweets and wins gold god pieces piees from rom the thepockets thopkets thepockets
pockets pkets of Its Is admirers admirersApplied admirer admirerAppled admirerstpplied
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The Te Attorney t y tor l the th DefeadMt eeieig tomfci < g
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j BLOOD POISON Repcopj RepcopjIn Mi PZr g gn
In n some me cases C the th external emal signs sgs of Contagious Contou Blood lUo Poison Poin are so s slight lght that t the thevictim te we weIfass
tiV victim ctm is 1 firmly fnly within the te grasp g of the te monster monste before bor the true te nature of the te disease d1 diseaseV 1ale
V l is 1no known In other c cases te the blo blood i is quicly quickly fe filled wit with ti this pinou poisonous virus ad and te the thee
e j 1 I 7 solen swollen gla glands UIUC mucus ptche patches in te the mout month sr sores on scp scalp ulcers lc on tonge tongue sr sore fTrech Wl
1 Ifass J throat eruptions on skin colored and hai hair
and
trt eptons sln copper cppr color splotce splotches ad falling fl1 h ad eyebrw eyebrows
leave leve no room rm for doubt doubt doubt as a these tee are all al unmistakable unmlt1kable signs of Contagious Blood Blo Poison POlon PoisonDoctors Mfif l
Doctors Dotor still stl prescribe prcb mercury merr and ad potash pb as a the te only sgs cure cr Contgou for fo Blood Blo Poison Posn These Te poisonous pinou min minels mm mmcrisis Nor if i tHI 9iI > A
crisis never yet et made a complete and of Blood Poison v
els mde complee permanent pnaent cure cr Contagious B Poin They Tey drive the disease d Cres
back bc into the te system sJsteD cover cove it up for a while but it breaks bre Contgou out again in i worse wo form for These Te powerful poweu minerals mnel produce mercurial mer mercurialrheumatism
rheumatism rheumtism and the most offensive ofe e sores sr and ad ulcers ule causing cuing the te agn joints joint to stiffen stfe and ad finger fnge nails nl to drop off of pruc Mercury Me and ad
potash poth nlako m ko wrecks wreck not cures cues and ad those thos who have he been bn dosed dosdmth with these teS drugs dg druns are a never neC after ate free from frm aches and ad pain
S SS SSS S S acts ct in an a entirely entrely different difernt manner mner being beig a purely puy vegetable vetble remedy rmey it forces force the te poison pin out of the te ace system syste pin and ad
instead of tearing down donl builds and invigorates the th health S S S is the
insed teng up inigorntP thegeneral general gene hwt S i t only antidote atdote for this ti specific virus and ad
therefore tljc th only cure for Contagious Blood Poison No matter in what spfc vr
how
terfor te cr Contagou Blo Poin mate i hOt stage stge or hopeless the case ce may appear even
though tough pronounced po ohdunced ced incurable incurble by bv the te doctors docto S S S can o be k relied re upon npn to make a rapid hope permanent te cure c S S S appa S is i not a
new only oly purely pury untried unt uni4cd vegetable egctblebloo remedy j blood an a experience e medicine metcmc c 1no 1no1lr knownMr known knownMr of nearly nery fifty 1t years Vears Cr has h proven pr it a D sure su and ad unfailing unfag pet cure c for this t disease d It I is i the te
Mr 1lr H H J Myers Mye zoo Jo Mulberry 3fulbn St St Newark Newrl N N J says sYs I was wsf wasafflicted afflicted d with mt a terrible te le blood blo disease which whic was in spots at first bat afterwards
spread Iad all al over my body These Thee soon broke out into and it is to the w i fr 1 ater
ovr by sn brke sores sr an it i easy e imagine imgne suffering sferng I endured endur Before Bfore I became bme convinced cnvnc that tht the
doctors could do jac no good I had spent a hundred dollars which was really thrown away away I theta thetaS
tried r various patent t S medicines 7 but they d did d not reach lth the disease When YIt I had fn finished hm my first
bottle btte of S S S s I was w greatly getly improved ipr and was w delighted dei hte with wth the t resell rlt The Te Urpe Ie red re splotches splotchesj splotce
j on rav my chest cet began bn to grow gw patty and smaller saIeand and before bfor long disappeared entirely etrl I regained my
ple dippr
lost o weight weht became bme stronger stonger and my appetite apptte improved impr I was wS soon sn entirely etiry well > and rne my akin sk as asclear a asclear
S S S clear der as a piece pieo of gl gt gLas gLasSend xs xsI
I Send for our Home Home Treatment Trtment Book Bok which whc contains contns valuable IU le information infonfon about aboutthis abut abutthis aboutV aboutthis
V V this disease di with complete directions for fo self sl treatment ttent Our medical meic department depmcnt is isr is is3s
3s V V V V r in charge char of physicians pscns who w10 have av inade 1e a lifetime letme study of blood blo diseases Ji Dont Donthesitate Donthette
hette hesitate to write t for fo an awe information infonton or o ar advice wanted te We make mae no chaipe chat ge what whatrr wht whatV
V rr f this fis AH correspondence crpndecihdI1 held in n the f11 mo m moat < t sacred Sc confidence cnfren THE SWIFT SWIF SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA ATLAJ ATLAN e1 I A GA GA

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