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THE THEWASIIJNGTONPOSTTJESDAYMAY231899 WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY MAT 23 1899 5 5I
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A VALUABLE POSSESSION
I Every Every person holding an agency for Our Native Herbs has the foundation for a valuable and andlucrative andI
I LB lucrative business Of course this cannot be obtained without some effort on his own part A few people peoplehave peoplehave
have the idea that it is only only necessary necessary to order a few boxes of medicine bring it home and the people will willrush
18 rush to them for it This is the wrong idea and cannot be followed by the agent who wishes to build buildup buildup
up a paying payin business The successful agent is the one who works early earlv and late canvassing EVERY EVERYhouse EVERYhouse
house on his route routeand and leaving literature at the places he cannot sell medicine When he fails to make a asale asale
sale he thinks over the arguments used to induce a purchase endeavors to locate the flaw and when it is isfound isfound
found he is careful to avoid that mistake in future
ITWO LETTERS rJJ j EKEOETVEiD JJJTJfl YESTERDAY TJ J
THE ALONZO O BLISS COMPANY COMPANYGentlemen COMPANYGentlemen
Gentlemen It gives me pleasure to say that nearly all of my last lastorder lastorder
order of Our Native Herbs is sold so please ship the inclosed order orderby orderby
by first express as I have a good trade worked up on your remedy remedyand remedyand
and I do not want to lose a single moment from the business The Themedicine Themedicine
medicine gives universal satisfaction and has cured some cases that thatthe thatthe
the physicians had given up as hopeless The Special Health Reports Reportswith Reportswith
with local testimonial you printed for me have been of great assist assistance assistance ¬
ance and I attribute my success in a great measure to my liberal dis distribution distribution ¬
tribution of them By using these reports I present the prospective prospectivecustomer prospectivecustomer
customer with a statement from a fellowtownsman and very very likely likelyone likelyone
one that he knows personally I have sold more medicine thfs this month monththan monththan
than any other this year and from the present outlook my June sales saleswill saleswill
will be the best of all allIn allIn
In my opinion opinion any one can make a good living selling Our Na Native Native ¬
tive Herbs When I took the agency hardly any one in Richmond Richmondknew Richmondknew
knew of the medicine Now everybody has been given achance to try tryit tryit
it and thousands have availed themselves of the opportunity and are aregetting aregetting
getting cured cheaper and quicker than ever before There is not a asingle asingle
single house in my section where Our Native Herbs has been used usedthat usedthat
that I am not a welcome visitor and the people never tire in telling tellingtheir tellingtheir
their friends and neighbors what a good medicine it is I would ad advise advise ¬
vise every one of your agents to work early and late distributing the theliterature theliterature
literature wherever possible If they will do this success is assured assuredVery assuredVery
Very truly yours > J W v BINNS
THE ALONZO O BLISS COMPANY COMPANYGentlemen COMPANYGentlemen
Gentlemen Inclosed you will find another order for Our Native NativeHerbs NativeHerbs
Herbs Please ship by first express as I will need it Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Vednesdaymorning
morning sure I am glad to say that my business is very brisk at pres present present ¬
ent and I am of the opinion that it will continue to improve from now nowon nowon
on as the people of Stanford are just beginning to realize that they can canget canget
get 200 days treatment of Our Native Herbs for i which is the theequivalent theequivalent
equivalent to having a physician in the house for that length of time timeand timeand
and better still if Our Native Herbs does not cure them they know knowtheir knowtheir
their money will be returned I am more than pleased with the results resultsand resultsand
and will devote all of my time to the agency from now on Please send sendme sendme
me all tablets the powder form was good but the tablets are a great greatimprovement greatimprovement
improvement as they are easier to carry there is no waste no bottle bottleto bottleto
to break and no unpleasant taste and the results are the same sameI sameI
I am always careful to tell my prospective customers that Our OurNative OurNative
Native Herbs is a preventive as well as a cure and that a few doses dosestaken dosestaken
taken when that spell of feeling badly strikes them will invariably invariablysave
save much suffering and heavy expense I am straining every effort effortto effortto
to sell as many manboxes boxes of your medicine in my territory this year as aspossible aspossible
possible as I hope to win one of those prizes but if I should not be so sofortunate sofortunate
fortunate I will rest easy knowing I have not only realized a hand handsome handsome ¬
some profit but have been the means of relieving the suffering of ofsome ofsome
some poor fellowcreature Very truly yours yoursMRS yoursMRS
MRS M I BAUGHivIAN
CULTURE OF THE ROSE ROSEMoney ROSEMoney
Money to Be Made in Extract Extracting Extractilig
ing the Attar AttarPLEASANT AttarPLEASANT
PLEASANT WOKE FOR WOMEN WOMENSmall WOMENSmall
Small Outlay and Simple Apparatus He Hequired Required
quired for the Manufacture of Attar of ofKoses ofRosesOther
Koses RosesOther Other IToivor Perfumes of Home Ilome3Iuko HomeUuko
3Iuko that Find a Market NarkotNo Xo Special SpecialKuowledgo SpecialKuowledge
Kuowledgo Needed but Only Patient PatientCultivation PatientCultivationCommon
Cultivation CultivationCommon Common Koses the Best BestThere BeitThere
There Is money for American T VSn VSnIn un unIn
In raisins flowers for the extraction of oftheir oftheir
their perfumes said a1d an expert of t the theDepartment theDepartment
Department of Agriculture the other day dayIt daylt
It is light and easy work the apparatus apparatusrequired apparatusrequired
required is not at all expensive and the theprocesses theprocesses
processes Involved are comparatively comparativelysimple comparativelysimple
simple The making of attar of roses for forexample forexample
example Is not in the least difficult or orarduous orarduous
arduous while there is always a a market marketdemand marketdemand
demand for the article Indeed the pure purestuff iurestuff
stuff is almost impossible to Ret owing owingto owin owinto
to the customary adulteration of the for foreign forelgn ¬
eign product productThe productTfle
The women and children cf many a afamily afamily
family In this country might earn quite quitea iuitea
a little harvest of dollars by the home homemanufacture homemanufacture
manufacture of attar of rases of which whichthe whichthe
the United States imports about J300000 J300000worth 3OO 3OOworth
worth annually There is no great trou trouble trouble ¬
ble in growing the flowers inasmuch as asthe asthe
the roses always preferred for this pur purpose purpose ¬
pose are of common rather than fancy fancyvarieties fancyvarieties
varieties which while less beautiful per perhaps perhaps ¬
haps than the delicatelybred hothouse hothousekinds hothousekinds
kinds bloom more freely and have much muchmore muchmore
more perfume This means that their theirpetals theirpetals
petals contain a greater quantity of the theessential theessential
essential oil which contributes the deli delicious delicious ¬
cious smtll and this oil is the socalled socalledattar socalledattar
attar formerly priced in Oriental coun countries countries ¬
tries at its weight in diamonds You may maybuy maybuy
buy It now at 3 an ounce but It is sure sureto sureto
to be falsified to a large extent with oil oilof oilof
of geranium
Origin of the Attnr AttnrYou AttnrYou
You ma may > remember that It was a worn woman wornan ¬
an the favorite of an Eastern harem haremwho haremwho
who first discovered attar of roses rosesThrough rosesThrough
Through her garden had been made to toflow toflow
flow an artificial stream of rose water waterand waterand
and she noticed one day that oily drops dropjfloated dropsfloated
floated upon Its surface Through sheer sheeridleness sheerIdleneas
idleness she gathered some of them In her herhand herhand
hand smelled them and experienced an analtogether analtogether
altogether new delight These drops were wereof wereof
of the oil or attar of rose and hence henceoriginated henceoriginated
originated a manufacture which now haa haaIts haeIts
Its principal center In Bulgaria Bulftriaa a region regionthe regionth
the th climate of which on the southern southernslopes southernslopes
slopes of the Balkans Is not ixmicularly ixmicularlydifferent larticularlydiefferent
different from that of wide areas In the theUnited theUnited
United States StatesIn StatesIn
In fact our climate and soil over ex extensive extensive ¬
tensive regions appear to be excellently excellentlyadapted excellentlyadapted
adapted for rose growing white as I have havesaid havesaid
said the preparation of th attar can be beAccomplished bejccoznpltshed
Accomplished without great outlay or ormuch ormuch
much preliminary experience The main mainquestion mainquestion
question to be settled In advance by the theintending theintending
intending grower is whether In a given givenplace givenplace
place the flowers will grow rapidly rapidlyenough rapidlyenough
enough and be rich enough in oil to com comii coatpete
pete with ii the t foreign rfn rrwl product < jt IVtio What In Inchitfly is isthiefly
chitfly required rtquiredis is plenty of suns heat heatand heatand
and of tha there Js no luck over a large largepart largepart
part of the United Suites The moet moetinous fa famous ¬
mous rosefanning districts of Efcrope irope do donot donot
not app appear ar to poaseas any climatic ad advantage advantages ¬
vantage over what we can furnish The Theummer TheArnerkan
Arnerkan eun is a powerful agent in insummer
summer even aa far north as Canada CanadaFor CanadaFor
For the production of attar of roses rosesa roseshardly
hardly any am1es Is required except excepta
a simple still which costs very little littleProbably littleProbably
Probably the most important difficulty In Intn Inthe
the tn way of the American manufacturer manufacturerlied
lied in Use wholesale adulteration of the theEuropean theluropeafl
luropeafl European attar which on that account accountle
le sold se low in the market as seriously seriouslyto
10 antagonize competition Nevertheless Neverthelesspore Neverthelesspure
pore rose attar la now beIng made on a
I COELATS QiUs win OTJIt 6ur WORKERS 1
Wo would call your special attention to the statement of Agent Binns of ofRichmond ofRichmond
I agent and owes his success to tohard tohard
Richmond Thin gentleman te a representative
those Special Health HealthReport HealthReiortz
think
hard work and steady canvassing Like him we
responsible for his good business AYe Vo did didthe didthe
Report were in a great measure
in his section sectionwho soctionwho
back teetlmonlals from parties
the work for him printing on the
who had used OUR NATIVE HERBS and been benefited by it At first he hei liehad
advertising medium It was so he heorrJdV heordered
i i i i 1AiO r v imt but lift saw < juw sit onr ones what a good
orrJdV had only SlHarge much larger sup supply Jly The Brit first lot cost him 250 and he realized that thatAmount thatatOUflt
ordered a but owing to the fact that thatheOlult
Amount atOUflt manytlmei many times rover over no not rnlv r nly in n increased sales
thiee lealiets and hand them to their IelgthOrS to be beC
heOlult would preserve of orders from this source It would be an excellent excellentLB
resd he reieIvel score44 of these Sveeial Re Reorts
to order a small supply
of our agente
plan for every one testimonials We will make you the same price thtt we sup sup1iiied
C LB orts with local furnish the testimo
single thousand you
1iiied Mr tunas at viz ItlO for a
nlals and we will guarantee satisfaction and deliver them to you In ten days daysfrom daysfromreceipt from fromreceipt
receipt of order If you wish any cuts on them send photograph and add L30 for foreach foreach
each one We know every agent who avails himself of this great offer to obtain obtainfirstclass obtainfirstclass
firstclass advertising matter at low prices will never regret It his sales will be besure besure
sure to Increase if the reports are distributed Send for a trial thousand now ana ananote anlnote
note the results resultsMrs resultsMrs
Mrs Baughman is a good example of the energetic lady agent she Is in love lovewith lovewith
with her work and never misses an opportunity to talk about Our Native Herbs Herbsand herbsand
and the good it has done In her section We hope she will be one of the fortunate fortunateprize fortunateprize
prize winners as she shi has worked harJ and deserves It She fully realizes the theimportance theimportance
importance of the matter and knows the advantages of starting the new year with witha
a supply of medicine free of cost We know the time set for the closing of the thecontest thecontest
contest seems distant but opportunities overlooked now cannot be made up later lateron lateron
on and the agent who wants to win should work early and late The contest was wasvery wasvery
very close last year and from present Indications the finish will be equally as ex exciting cxciting ¬
citing this time
To Those Who Are Riot ot Satisfied SatisfiedWith
With their sales we would remind them that one never fails until they give
VP im
l You should remember this and then NEVER OIYB IP Kti pushing plant the up
above motto in tour mlnlz and reinembcr that you connot succeed if do
vork j You nuat Wma act stay around the house and expect the HSlFf HSlFfthat fltOllelye you to net
swjaij Va praotf
w
cahly sell Itself It will elI on its merts but you have iott got to let the people k know
that you are agent for OUR NATIVE HERBS and have it for sale You Z
not find another business on earth that requires practically spoaklmT steaking tn
no
011 cajgt1
and little experience where the profits are large and the work light and nl pkaeant Jarft
But you must remember that the mainstay of this business Is CANVASSING Pv
canvassing we mean intelligent and careful soliciting of everv every nor person nn in in intion lit J
tion Dont skip a single person The very on one e you miss is ver very likely kelvth kelvthUL the your UL ULwho
needs the medicine most and infl011 infl011tion ixsoli
who would buy at sight If you want any lnfoEma
tion on the work write us and we will gladly give your case sSl special attention a 1
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ALONZO O BLISS COMPANY COMPANYWashington
Washington D C Kansas ansas City I Mo Chicago g III San Francisco Cal Montreal a Can an London ondon Eng Engi
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FIRE IN IOAWSON DAWSOH CITY CITYFour OtT OtTFoiii
Four Million Dollar Loss ii iiKlondyke in inKloiidyke
Klondyke Metropolis MetropolisBUSINESS MetrOIOliSlUSINESS
BUSINESS CENTER SWEPT AWA AWAFlames AWAY AWAYIIaiues
Flames Spread with Such Rapidity tun tuntho that thatthu
tho People Were Unable to Save Auyo Auyothe 4tuyof 4tuyofiii
the iii Coiittiiitu of f tl the o BurnIng Structures StructuresCuudud StructuretCauced
Cuudud by ft Drunken WomanLack WomanLackui Voinuu Lac Lacil
ui il imulilig3aterlnleto iJuiiani Material to Reconstruct tin tinllurued tIme tImeBurmied
llurued District Distrlctlrluclpal Principal Sufferers SufferersVictoria SullerereVictoria
Victoria B C May 21 21The The main por portion ¬
tion of the city of Dawson was destroyed destroyedt
t v tin on iii April 2C 2 causing a loss of 4 4WUUM 4tJotxJ
WUUM In all 111 buildings Including the thebank thebatik
bank of British North America rneriea were werebunwd wereIurimeti
bunwd The newt was brought down by byL
L 1 S Hume a son of Mayor Hume of Se Seattl Sotth
attl tth J Tuklas and a third party who whoMi who1ft
Mi Duwtwn on April 27 7 and made their theirway theirety
way out by canoe to Lake Lebarge and andihn andihn
ihn over the ice having a most perilous periloustlip periloustill
till tillI
tlipTvklap Tvklap reports that the fire occurred in int invtry
I center of ofvhr oftie
t vrry heart of tn business
tie thy near the opera house on the WR WRIT Wftlr ¬
IT frnt fr itt and driven by a strong north northmd northiimd
md destroyed everything In its way tVft3 tVft3ttmil on onthat
that sirrfi down to and including Doim DoimW lonatmithma
W i Smiths establishment The lire lireliirii liretIiiJj
liirii took in all of the water tront build buildii buildIibttHCt
ii s abivaat ot the same blocks It cross crossd
4 the str strtet t burned through and spread spreador spreadc
or c t i Seond cond street converting to tohs toh
hs h m the principal business portion of ofK of1h
K w bull bullThe
The 1h fire consumed everything from fromTiininotia fromTimniiiume
Tiininotia Hoyal Cafe down to opposite oppositeit
it t railview Hotel The flames spread spreadwuh spreadlh
wuh lh suh uh rapidity that the citizens ap apiruird tipVjm
iruird Vjm ttl pMiiicairlcken and unable to save savean savedJlliiirIg
an dJlliiirIg > tiling in the way Wa of furniture goods goodsand goodsaimd
and clothing clothingT clothingThu
T Thu i Principal Sufferer SuffererAmong SufferersAmong
Among the most prominent llrms burned burnedout burnedOut
out WTI tr the Bank of British North NorthAmerti NorthAniertmt
Amerti the Canadian Bank of Com Comijierce Coinmlerte
ijierce M iiLeilan Lellan McFeeley of Victoria Victoriaiiiouv VictoriaaIouvir
the Parsons ParsonsProduct Parsons1ndu
iiiouv aIouvir r and Dawson
Product 1ndu omitany of Winnipeg the thehoyal the1tuai
hoyal Ofr rf Donahue Smith the Au Aur Aurra
the Madden Maddenliouw Maddenliouss
r rra ira saloon the Bodega
liouw th the Victoria ictorla Hotel the McDonald McDonaldlilok McDonaldhiik
lilok and the California Exchange ExchangeTh ExchangeThe
Th The fire owme at a time When the mills millsand millstind
and l irsIrr al r in building materials had de dej do1Pted
j 1Pted i le < l thHr winter supplies and were werewaiting weremtttifl
waiting mtttifl the opening of navikJtkm to re repVnlsh reptn1b
pVnlsh their stock The result is a afamine afamine
famine in alt kinds of building material materialniii mnatettalet
niii et furtiliure such as sashes doors doorslk doorsc
c lk ks htmeV iin e e The fw article still stillnaiiilnr stiltifllliflV
naiiilnr oUUtde of the burned district districthave districtIlsve
have quadrupled in prices Dcj Dcrs rs are aret aretltIn
t tltIn < liliif for hiS each door locks W S each eachiJ eftchId
iJ vrttttn rtUnif else l e In proportion Nottt NotttiiiK Nuttils
iiiK ls i im > me ay of rebuilding can b be done doneMil donemtii
Mil the veiling emstng of navigation several severalks
5 ks urn flow MS thee In ncover ncoverwt
wt feet of lumber in th the place placeIttunkrii placeI
Ittunkrii I iinIrii Voiuan Up Upeet t u l Lump LumpThe < iittlp iittlpTh
Th The flr was caused by a drunken wo wormii wonash
nash ui Upsttlmg ttlitg a lamp In a notorious notorioushousr notorioushoar
hoar None of the btj lug warehouse of ofAi ofi
i Ai Aiak Wi < ommerclal Coinpuriy omnpany or the theNorth theterth
North American Tntdiiii and Traiisporta Traiisportaii
41 ii Cuiujjujjy was touched by the lire so sotli soill
ill > re r Hil lI br no lo shortage horta Of provisIons prOViHtORBeven provisIonsit
even If th l hikei ke > should not open before beforei
ii i inlddl of JUH which is now predict predleti
1 the heavl htatieist t loser by th the lire are aret are4mms
4mms t s McLelliiii McFeeley of this thiscity thisctt
city ctt mud of Vancouver who had an Im Imsiuk tinSluilt
siuk of iron and tinware and andnil andmuiltiers
nil muiltiers tiers Kitpt iipsls > i taken in at heavy ex eXfrim j
in and th Dank of llrttich North NorthAiiuriiu NorthAIuitrla
Aiiuriiu H ihose IOV rather rHinay vault did didnot didstat
not witbsutid the heat th paper iP In It ItMICK itk4lttt
MICK d detioed c > itrojr d The LanU ubio ahs lost a
large amount of gold dust A rough esti estimate esttmate
mate places the loss In gold and papeimoney paper paperziloney
money alone at JlOWOOO JlOWOOOThrecfourtliH 1Olt000Tlmrecfoisrtlimi
ThrecfourtliH of otTovn Town Burned IturncdAltogether BurnedAltogether
Altogether the burned area comprise comprisequite comprisesquite
quite three quarters of the area of Daw Dawson Dawson
son sonIn sonin
In their trip out the three couriers wen wenforced wereforced
forced to every expedient expedientwalking walking run running running
ning with the dogs swimming for Iif Iifon life lifeon <
on two occasions and breaking through througJthe throughtIme
the Ice repeatedly They passed the river riveisteamer riversteamer
steamer Flora cutting her way throng throngthe through throughthe
the ice with her steel prow a Hootalin Hootalinqua Hootalinqua
qua and found the telegraph wire t tSkagway to toSkagway
Skagway completed at Cariboo crossing crossingseventyfive crossingseveimtyfie
seventyfive miles inland inlandA
A letter which was brought out by the thimessengers themessengers
messengers notes that before theashes 01 01the of ofthe
the bank had had time to cool men wer werworking were wereworking <
working on the spot with rockers then thenbeing therebeing
being a good probability that much of the thtlost thehoSt
lost gold will be recovered In this man manCAST maimncr
ncr
CAST AWAY ON UNKNOWN ISLAND ISLANDA
A Modern IlobliiEnn Crusoe Story from the theSouth timeSouth
South Pacific Ocean OceanVictoria OceanVictoria
Victoria B C C May 21 21The The schooner schoonerWerfa schoonerWerfa
Werfa which left Dunedin X Z last lastSeptember lastSeptember
September on an interisland trading ex expedition expeditlon ¬
pedition with a party of nineteen was waswrecked waswrecked
wrecked and all but one of those who whostarted whostarted
started out on her were lost The news newsof newsof
of the accident reached Sydney Just before beforethe beforetIme
the Miowera sailed It came In a message messagefrom messagefrom
from the only survivor The message was wasin wasin
in a bottle found at Stanwell Park near nearHelensburg nearHelensburg
Helensburg N S W April 3 It read readOctober readOctober
October 2C C 1S9S ISISSchooner Schooner Werfa Capt CaptJohnston CaptJohnston
Johnston from Dunedin N Z wrecked wreckedin
in about latitude 22 longitude 47 All Allhands Allhands
hands lost but me Am on on an Island Islandsomewhere islandmomnewheme
somewhere off the coast of New South SouthWales SouthWales
Wales WalesThe WalesThe
The writer did not sign his name and andpersons andpersons
persons who had friends on board imme immediately immediately ¬
diately joined In sending an expedition to tosearch tosearch
search for him himTRAINS himTRAINS
TRAINS WRECKED BY COWS COWSTwo COWSTwo
Two Fatal Accidents of n Kind on the theIron tImeIroim
Iron Mountain and Oraml Trunk TrunkDe TriakDe
De Solo Mo do May 21 LThe The engine of ofthe oftime
the Iron Mountain and Southern T Texas Texasexpress xas xasexpress
express which left St Louis at 2 oclock oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon struck a cow at Tip Top TopMo TopMo
Mo on Hogans Mountain a few miles milesfrom milesfrom
from here this evening and jumped the thetrack thetrack
track turning completely over Fireman FiremanFred FiremanFred
Fred Parker was killed and Engineer II IIE ItE
E Walter alter severely Injured but 101 fa fatally a atally ¬
tally Beyond a few bruises the passen passengers passcngore ¬
gore escaped injury injuryLindsay injuryLIndsay
Lindsay Out May 21 21A A doubleheader doubleheaderGrand doubleheaderGrand
Grand Trunk freight train of thirtyfive thirtyfivecars thirtyfiveears
cars ran over a cow three miles west of ofhere ofhere
here this morning resulting in the th derail derailment derailmuent ¬
ment of both engines and some twenty twentycars twentycars
cars Fireman Dudley was Instantly killed killedand hilledand
and Brakeman Harry Zealand badly badlyscalded badlyscalded
scalded The loss will reach reachExCmIICrillmnmIi JSOW1 JSOW1KxC
KxC ExCmIICrillmnmIi tir < tiiuii KilxvanU Bit warlh Uetttl UetttlDunkirk lltsmiDunkirk
Dunkirk N Y May 21Frands Smith SmithEdwards SmithEdwards
Edwards died at his home In this city teat teatnight st stiilght
night of paralysis aged eightytwo years yearsHe yearsHe
He reprinted this district in Congress Congressfor Congressor
for or a number of years beginning in ISii ISiiWhile isiVbihe
While In Congress he took Lieut William WilliamII ViflIamB
II CushlnK ot Albemarle fame to Wash Washon WashIngton
Ington ash made him a age and later lateron
on secured his appointment to the Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademyat
Academyat Academy at Annapolis AnnapolisFour AnnapolisPour
Four Pcr ieri n Kllleil in H Sllii ShaftItoesland Shaft Shaftttossland
ttossland B C May 21By the break breaking breaking ¬
ing of a lever controlling the hoisting hoistingmachinery hoistingmnsmchlnemT
machinery in the War Eagle mine a ship shipwas shipwas
was dropped 350 O feet resulting in the thecf thedeath
death cf II A Honeyford James O Palm Palmer Palmor ¬
er and Thomas A Neville who were In Inside inside
side Vi V K I schonelti was so badly In Injured injured ¬
jured that h he died soon after being taken takento takento
to the hospital
Cow Peas2 Peas2WE 1 The Forags Improvers ImproversWE and Famous FamousForags Soil Crop Cropand
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS forthrsenndiUI forthrsenndiUISouthern for three sndajl sndajlSouthern
Southern spocUltlfS indudlnc Lola Beans BeansVelvet bcangVclbct
Velvet Beans Pearl IcarlorCattstlMllletTeoeinte IcarlorCattstlMllletTeoeinteBermuda orCatlall Millet Teasinte TeasinteBermuda
Bermuda QraiS Ensilage Corn Spanish Pea Peanuts Pcanuts ¬
nuts Cltufas Sorghums rghums etc etcWrite tiCv
Write v rite forpricfftudour fur pricesanmt our interesting Catalogue CatslogsegIYihb Cataloguetri
tri gIYihb ving full Information about these crujH crujHT
T W WOOD SONS Richmond Va
DUEL BETWEEN WHITE AND BLACK BLACKThoNecro BLACKThio
ThoNecro Thio Negro Principal Killed by Ills Adver Adversary Atlvcrsary ¬
sary and Three Onlookers Wounded WoundedJoplln WoundedJoplin
Joplin Mo May 21 21One One negro was waskilled waslilled
killed and three white men wounded In a astreet astreet
street duel which occurred here today todayDe todayDc
De Witt Leonard foreman of the Chicago ChicagoConsolidated ChicagoConsolidated
Consolidated mines and one of his men menwere menwere
were walking along North Main street streetLeonard streetLeonard
Leonard asked Mrs Andrew Woods wife wifeof wifeof
of a negro barber If she were going to tochurch tochurch
church whereupon she struck him knock knockIng knockin
Ing in him him on off the sidewalk He returned returnedthe returnedthe
the blow and went on his way with sev several several ¬
eral companions They were overtaken in inthe inthe
the next block by Andrew Woods with a apistol apistol
pistol In his hand His wife told him that thata
a man wearing a white hat had struck struckher struckher
her herWoods
Woods struck with his pistol the first firstman firstman
man he met who wore a white hat He Hestruck Hestruck
struck another and finally hit Leonard Leonardknocking Leonardknocking
knocking him down Leonard then thensnatched thensnatched
snatched a pistol from a police officer officerand officerand
and the two fired point blank at each eachother eachother
other Woods was shot three times and andkilled andkilled
killed while three bystanders were hit hitby hitby
by stray bullets One of the three men menwas menwas
was wounded in the breast the other two twomen twomen
men in the legs legsGreat legsGreat
Great excitement exists among the ne negroes negroes ¬
groes and trouble is feared fearedMGR fearedMGR
MGR MARTINELLIS DECISION DECISIONIrish DECISIONIrish
Irish Parishioners Clului Chum the Victory and andJliilto andRaise
Raise a aFlagOcerihme Fluff Over the Church ChurchSt ChurchSt
St Louis May 21 21News News was received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from Mgr Martinelll tuday to the effect effectthat effectthat
that the papal delegate had instructed instructedthe instructedthe
the Bishop of the Diocese to avoid scan scandal scandal ¬
dal In his selection of the priest for St StPatricks StPatricks
Patricks parish The church of St Pat Patrick Patrick ¬
rick in East St Louis is constantly guard guarded guarded ¬
ed by the Irish parishioners against the theentrance theentrance
entrance of the newlyappointed German Germanpriest Germanpriest
priest Father Cluae CluaeLeaders CluseLeaders
Leaders of the opposition io the appoint appointment appointmeat ¬
meat claimed the news as a signal victory victoryfor victoryfor
for their side and ordered the big Amen American Amencan ¬
can flag raised to the top of the staff in inthe inthe
the church yard in honor of the news newsThe newsThe
The parishioners are more determined determinedthan determinedthan
than ever that Vicar General Close shall shallnot shallnot
not enter the church The guards have havebeen havebeen
been Increased and are paid by the par parishioners parlehloners ¬
ishioners ishionersARCHBISHOP lehlonersARCHBISHOP
ARCHBISHOP GUEST OF KING KINGSocial KINGSocial
Social ITounr < Tendered Mcr igr Ireland at attlin attim
tlin tim Belgian Capital CapitalBrussels CapitalBrussels
Brussels May 21 Last evening Arch Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop Ireland accompanied by Bellamy BellamyStorer BellamyStoner
Stoner United States Minister to Spain Spainand Spainand
and Mrs Storer dined at the royal pal palace palace ¬
ace at Laeken with King Leopold Queen QueenMane QueenMarie
Mane Henriette and the other members membersof
of the royal family His majesty was wasmost wasmost
most courteous showing great interest in inthe inthe
the Archbishop ArchbishopBefore ArchbishopBefore
Before going lo the palace Mgr Ireland Irelandpreached IrelandpreaChed
preached in the collegiate church of St StGudulo StGuduio
Gudulo the finest in Belgium before a adistinguished adistinguished
distinguished audience including the theComtesee theComtesse
Comtesee de Frandro mother ef Princa PrincaAlbert PnlnceAlbert
Albert of Belgium the heir presumptive presumptiveHis
His subject was The First Christian ChristianPentacost ChristianPentecost
Pentecost which the Archbishop enti entitled entitied ¬
tied the birthday of the church1 church1REPORT church churchREPORT
REPORT OF NAVAL FIGHT FIGKTCrnlinr FIGHTCruiser
Cruiser Detroit mid Nicaraguan CunboatSaul Gunboat GunboatSahl
Saul tu Have Kxchnnrril Shnme ShnmeThere Siiof SiiofThere
There was a rumor here last night that thatthere thatthere
there had been a hostile meeting at Bluefields Blue Bluefields
fields between the Nicaraguan gunboatSan gunboat gunboatSan
San Jadnto and the United States cruiserDetroit cruiser cruiserDetroit
Detroit which is looking after the Intereats inter interests ¬
eats of Americana in that vicinityThe vicinity vicinityThe
The report lacks confirmation go far asofilcial as asofliciul
ofliciul advice are obtainable the state statement statemuSt ¬
muSt being made In responsible quartersthat quarters quartersthat
that up to 11 oclock there had been nolnormntion no noinformation
information received in regard to itThe it itThe
The Detroit left Colon for Bluefielda afew a afew
few days ago for the purpose of conveyirt convey eonveylr
irt lr the remains of the late Gen DanielMacauley Daniel DanielMacauley
Macauley to the United Stateshhilltiitno States StatesIiilUlMilno
IiilUlMilno Cubic nOb hrrrlce IJrutnred IJrutnredNew BretoredNew
New YftrV Jlay ay 2L 21The The Commercial CommercialCable CommercialCable
Cable Company lus issued the following followingnolle fotiowinnotice
notice nolle We are advised that cable com communication camnsunicatlon ¬
munication between Hollo 11db and Bacalod BacalodHHIIiipine BacitlodPhilhtipimme
HHIIiipine Islands has been reestab reestablished reestabllshed ¬
lished
Some become discouraged too early Because they did not sell as many boxes as some of our agents agentswhose agentswhose
whose statements we publish from time to time throw up p the agency in disgust and say it is s no good goodThey goodThey
They should remember that old axiom If at first you dont succeed try try again Bear this iiMiiiiul iiMiiiiuland i iand
and live up to it itWe I IVe
We Ve have agents who started with a single postoffice as their territory now they control 1COUIItieS 1COUIItieSand counties countiesand
and would not take a good round sum for their privileges It is our wish that you ou all succeed and if at atanv i iany
anv any time you vou feel discouraged discouragedwrite write us all about aboutit it and we will help you increase your business i
considerable scale in Saxony and is hold holding holdIng
ing its own in the market although that thatcountry thatcountry
country Is not nearly so well adapted for forrose or orrose
rose culture as the United States Espe Especially Espedaily ¬
daily in the Southern States and In Calf California Calffornia ¬
fornia where roses bloom in extraordi extraordinary extraordlnary ¬
nary luxuriance it may be expected that thatthe thatthe
the attar which is our principal perfum perfumery perfumcry ¬
cry Import at present will be produced producedbefore producedbefore
before long In great quantities perhaps perhapsrivaling perhapsrivaling
rivaling the foreign article articleSInnufiicture articletianufacture
SInnufiicture of hose Oil OilOf OilOf
Of course some knowhow is required requiredIn
In this kind of work and It must be re remembered remembered ¬
membered that the beginnings would be bealtogether bealtogether
altogether experimental inasmuch as the themanufacture themanufacture
manufacture of rose attar has hardly been beentried beentried
tried as yet in this country I do not see seewhy seewhy
why It should not succeed however Inas Inasmuch inasmuch ¬
much as the market demand for the prod product prodnet ¬
net la unfailing One should remember rememberthat rememberthat
that roses differ vastly as to the amount amountof amountof
of oil contained in their petals and that thatthis thatthis
this Is true even In a given variety the thematter thematter
matter being Influenced largely by elf climate elfmate ¬
mate and soil They require a rich soil soiland soiland
and the fertile uplands of the Interior will willprobably willprobably
probably toe found most suitable for the theproduction theproduction
production of freely blooming and odorif odoriferous odoriferous ¬
erous blossoms The roses employed for forattar forattar
attar making in Europe are the red dam damask damask ¬
ask and the Provence ProvenceIn ProverceIn
In the production of perfumes for formarket formarket
market there is no reason why Amen American Amenlean ¬
lean women should confine themselves to toattar toattar
attar of roses You must realize that this thisbranch thisbranch
branch of indjstry industryI I mean flower farm ¬
ing In In generalItj conducted on a vast vastscale vastscale
scale In Southern Europe tens of thous thousands thousards ¬
ands of acres being given up to it and andthere andthere
there is no good reason why we should shouldnot shouldnot
not set up an opposition In this country
One may say that labor is cheaper over overthere overthere
there but this is a kind of work in which whichwomen whichwomen
women and children in the United States Statesrnay Statesmay
may engage with no loss of time to the
latter and with little to the former What
the women are looking for nowadays Is Issomething Issomething
something new in the way of profitable profitableemploymentoccupation profitableemploymentoccupatfon
employmentoccupation at all events
tuttiwi that will bri bring ln even a few dollars dollarswhich dollarswhich
which they can call their very own Some Somephysical Somephysical
physical toil more or less heavy is In ¬
voWed in the cultivation of roses but
the utlllration of these and ant other tlowcw
for the making of perfumes Involves no noarduous noarduous
arduous effort and boye are usually at
hand to do the planting and digging diggingOther diggingOilier
Other 1erfiiino Flower FlowerThe FlowersThe
The oil of rose geranium as a I said saida
a moment ago is largely employed to toadulterate toadulterate
adulterate attar of roses but It is used usedalso usedalso
also as a legitimate perfume material materialagreeable materialagreeable
agreeable even If not equal to true oil oilof oilof
of rose A great deal of It is Imported
Into this country every year being de derived denived ¬
rived from three wellknown species of ofres
the plant one of which is the common commonrcae
res rcae geranium of
our windows and t gar
dens These
geraniums are grown for
the perfume market on an Immense scale
in southern Europe in Corsica and in
Algiers th the plants nianta TV being I harvested i ilivtle a
little before the opening of the flowers
when the lamonlike odor which they at
first possess gives place to the odor of
rose To get the odoriferous essential oil oilan
the entire plant is put into the still and
sometimes rose Petals are added to I am
prove tht quality There
can be no
doubt that the
rose geranium mat be
grown profitably for perfume In properly
chosen area5 in time coast belt of the
South nd in Southern California where
an oil of geranium can be beculture produced
to the best French article equal
It seems likely that violeIs be
may
grown for perfumery In thIs
eovnitry
though only in the warmer regoa Their
culture for general purpose purpo ha has already
been hlgWy developed
In California where wherethe
sometimes they are grown in the shade of
great oaks hut Where purp of
per
fernery are taken Into view i must be
considered that the coat of growing and
of gathering so small a flower in the quan
tiIie required for the extrcfion o Us
odor Is very large Thus eyes hi Europe
the coat of the perfume Js so great that
true violet In a pure state tate though much
in demand in mile used d A cofip OfUiO5ittO tton
of orris root with other in ingredleap PdieniifheiR PdieniifheiRcommonly being
commonly substituted for it Kecamiv
th the chemists taw succeeded in Inin evoivtn
In the laboratory an itrtincUI violet nr per perurns
fume urns that 1 hi very like inc real Never
theless violets are now extensively txtenMYeIygrown txtenMYeIygrownI grown grownPATENTS
I PATENTS PATENTSTRADE PATENTSTILIDE
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In the South of France for the extraction extractionof
of their perfume and sooner or later this thisindustry thisindustry
industry is likely to be Imitated In the theUnited theUnited
United States StatesExtracting StatesLxtrmictIn
LxtrmictIn Extracting tile Pcrfnmr PcrfnmrThere rcrriiiiirThere
There Is no reason to doubt that the thetuberose thetuberose
tuberose could be grown successfully and andon andon
on a large scale as a perfumery plant In InFlorida InFlorida
Florida and some of the other Southern SouthernStates SouthernStates
States In the South of France It is cul cultivated cultlvated ¬
tivated on an Immense scale Its perfume perfumebeing perfumebeing
being extracted oy the socalled enllower enllowering enliowerlag
lag process This process consists in inplacing Inplaetng
placing the blossoms in contact with thin thinlayers thinhayer
layers of grease spread on panes of glass glassIn glassIn
In frames the flowers being renewed from fromday fromday
day to day Fats of all sorts have a ape special apecial ¬
cial affinity for perfumes absorbing them themreadily timemreadily
readily and thus the grease which is a arefined arefined
refined lard fakes up the odor from the theblossoms timeblossoms
blossoms becoming at length saturated saturatedwith saturatedwItL
with it Then the lard la steeped In al alcohol alcohmol ¬
cohol which has a a still more pronounced pronouncedaffinity pronouncedaffinity
affinity for perfumes and It withdraws the theodoriferous theodoriferous
odoriferous essential oil from the grease greaseThus greaseThus
Thus eau de cologne is made madeThe madeThe
The perfume of jasmine is said io be bealmost bealmost
almost the only one that cannot be imi imitated imitated ¬
tated by combination of other odors It is ishighly Ishighly
highly prized In the market and brings a agood agood
good price Sometimes more than 1500 1500pounds 1idOpounds
pounds of the essential oil of this kind of offlower offlower
flower Is Imported into the United States Statesin Statesin
in a year and the price of it has ranged rangedas
as high aa W 41 per pound Experts are of ofthe oftime
the opinion that Jasmine might be pro produced produced ¬
duced for perfume in this country warm warmregions wiermregions
regions being selected for the purpose purposethough purposethough
though the cultivation of the plants and andthe andthe
the gathering of the flowers would be ex expensive expensive ¬
pensive Quite otherwise In point of coat coatis costIs
is it with the orange which while al already already ¬
ready yielding large profit to cultivators cultivatorsin
in this country might be made to produce producemen produceaiuch
aiuch men additional money through the per perfumes perfumes ¬
fumes which are extracted from its bios blossoms biossome ¬
some Its leaves and the rind of Its fruit fruitIn fruitIn
In fact It may ba said that no tree is so soprofitable soprofItable
profitable to the flowerfarmer as the or orange orange ¬
ange Orange flowers In extreme South Southern Southera ¬
era Louisiana possess a stronger sdorand sdorandproportionately odor and andproportIonately
proportionately more nil than those Of Ofany ofany
any other country Propably you are areaware areaware
aware that the oil of neroll distilled frou frouorange fronorange
orange flowers Is aa valuable as attar of ofroses ofroses
roses by the ounce ounceLavender ounceLavender
Lavender mmliii in < l Rosemary lloieniaryIn
In California conditions seem to be fa favorable a avorable ¬
vorable for the production of lavender lavenderwhich lavenderwhich
which Is a plant of the mint family fur furnishing furnlshing ¬
nishing an essential oil that is imported importedinto importedInto
into this country in large quantities The Theplant rimeplant
plant Is a native of the Mediterranean Mediterraneanregion Mediterraneanregion
region but transplanted to England has haabeen hasbeen
been so far improved there a as to yield yielda
a better quality of oil than Is obtainable obtainableanywhere obtainableanywhere
anywhere else During the last five years yearsthe yearstime
the United States has Imported nearly nearly4sto
48000 pounds of oil of thyme per annum annumthe annumthe
the bulk of which comes from Southern SouthernFrance SouthernFrance
France but It is believed that California Californiamight Californiamight
might just aa well furnish all that la re required noquIred ¬
quired of the article The same may te tesaid besaid
said of rosemary the attar of which I Idaily Is Isextensively
extensively used In perfumery and cape capechilly
daily for scenting soap Eau de cologne colegnecannot cologneCannot
cannot be madc7without it and to Ic its Itxstimulating itsstimulating
stimulating effect is due the refreshing refreshingquality rereahngqualIty
quality cf perfumes containing it it The Theimportation TheimportatIon
importation of orris root amounts to toabout toabout
about 240000 iocui pounds annually Thl This I iii a asembling astandard
standard article affording a perfume re resembhing
sembling that of the violet The part of ofthe ofthe
the plant utilized is the thick knotty knottyrootstock knottyrootatock
rootstock which when taken up and anddried anddried
dried slowly develorw a pleasant odor odorThis odorThis
This being extracted by distillation fur furnishes furnishes ¬
nishes what Is called orria butter butterNalivn butterailvs
Nalivn ailvs Jrrfnmr OIln OIlnA OitmcA
A few American plants alroaJy yield yieldperfume yieldperfume
perfume oils on their native zrouuJ and andmany antimany
many others ought to receive attemion attemionfrom auemioafrom
from this point of o v vIew w Oils of ae aeraS i ifras
fras raS and wintergreen are distilled in Ini4derb1e con conjtWcraWe
jtWcraWe quantities and are employed employedlor employedfor
for scenting and flarortnjj Oddly enough enoughthe enou enouthe
the oil of wintersrn la now prod prodaeed prodaeedaimot < d dalmot
almot exclusively from rhe swet w < i birch birchbcrin birchbeing
being bcrin chemically identical with that of oftrue oftrue
true wintergrvvn and more cheaply ob obtained ohtamed ¬
tamed Tb The wood of th the red or pencil pencilcedar pej pejcedar
cedar yields a liner perfumer wd than thanth thanthe
th the cedar of Lebanon and is a now d dtilled drifled
tilled In this country as w well Jl a ma in ut O 0n 0nmany T Tmany
many The rootatock of the wild iax ingr ingrknown r rknown
known In trade a as Canada Miuktroot Miuktrootfurnltfhe skrotfurnishes
furnishes an aromatic nil wtolda h ha a aplace aplace
place In price lists and th the svramp JauM JauMexhales laurriexkales
exhales a a powerful aromatic iraran iraranthat irnKrani irnKranithat
that might well be available for seeps noajuid seepsand
and id perhaps for finer purpuaeme purpuaemeTime punto puntoThe
The chemIsts are bgfnnl beginning jr to tiara tiarahow am amow
how ow to reproduce ta tse more valuable per perfumes i iumea
fumes umea in th r laboratory Jaborstor and In hi iiia iz izthey K Kh
they h y have succeeded in rvoivinff tr > m mal ateast
east al tar the true scents of newmww hy lmyand I Ind
and nd carnation It may be that cvcatual cvcatualy
l y these artificial emel smells will take the theilaee theplace
place ilaee of those now derived by dlitflUUvn dlitflUUvnnd tikiliteIseaand
and nd oth otherwise rwi e from rem flowers awl o ether etherparts l r j jarts
parts arts of the plant plants I
T
CORNELL STUDENTS ROOTED ROOTEDClubbed ROUTEDClubbed
Clubbed by Polic and Citizens and andDrenched andDrenched
Drenched by Firemen FiremenHonflres FireilleliBonfires
Bonfires In tho Street limo Inciting Cause Causeof Causeof
of a Serious Clash ISetircen Guile Collegian Guileglans ¬
gian glans and Authorities AUthojtliSe AUthojtliSeeral Sev Several ¬
eral 1crtous Injured InjuredIthaca InjuredIthaca
Ithaca N y May 2lAf 21Alter ter th th vie
tory of the Cornell bcreball team or over r the
Princeton team teem yejlerday the students
began to cdibrate th the occasion m what
they believed to be harmless ways Bon Boafires ¬
fire fires were built and a a number of the theprominent theprcmlnent
prominent business m men n lent the hoy boys a H
bond A large arge lire was started on the theprincipal th thprincipal
principal thoroughfare and the poll pollee In Interfered interfered ¬
terfered terferedThe terferedThe
The boy boys became enraged at this action actionand actionand
and began to nak flake it unpleasant for th thpolice the thepolice
police The Chi Chief f of Police then neat ent ft ftcall acall
call for or the lire re department which ar arrived arrlved ¬
rived and at attacked tucked th the crowd with withstreams withstreams
streams of water The boys made a run runon runon
on theflremen and police and wrestled wrestledhcse a ahcse
hcse from the firemen The boy boys tbe tbecut thea theacut
cut the hoa hose The police were aided by a anumber anumber
number of townsmen When the student studentcaptured etudeastacmptured
captured the hose line the ftrtmon ran randown randown
down the street and attacked another flt fltHere HrHere
Here the fiercest fl flhts hta of the night nighttook aIhttook
took place and the townspeople attacked attackedthe attackedthe
the students with cluba or any other otlMrrweapon otherweapon
weapon that could bo itnprortoed The Thefiremen fls flsfiremen
firemen advanced on the boy boys drenching drenchingthem dneachtis dneachtisthem
them with stream of water until they theyfinally theyfinally
finally cleared the student from rein tb the Area AreaFight tiresFights
Fight wer were of frequent occurrence One Onestudent On Onstudent
student was struck from rein behind with a astick astick
stick and felled On One member of UM UMpolice thepbilce
police force wa was slightly injured 8rr Several Severalothers rI rIothers
others were more or lew Mriotuly Mriotulybrulaed senloesirbruised
bruised Only one arre arrest t was made madeTHREE madeTHREE
THREE WOMEN SHOT SHOTLeyl SHOTLevi
Levi Moor Enacts a Tragedy In a Knnnna KnnnnaCity ICansiCity
City Hoarding flnariilp Homo HomoKaaao IfusmoKansas
Kaaao City May a 21In In a fit ef s JM JMoua Jail Jailous
oua rage Levi Moore a clerk In th City CkyMarket CityMarket
Market today shot hot and probably faulty faultywounded sIsSywounded
wounded Mrs Jennie Campbell Mr Mrs Mrsma Km Kmma
ma Landls and Mn ni Anna Meek ieck The ThtCampbell TheCampbell
Campbell woman had deserted Moof tse e for foranother lotanother
another man lie had reqiwuiwi IW her r to toreturn toreturn
return his photograpn She did not sa saBwer answan
swan his letter and today Moore > Ioore armed armedhfmaslf arm4himself
himself and went to her rooming hoiiia hoiiiaMrs
Mrs Campbell answered th the rtn ring ringdoor ai 104 104door
door and when Moore angrily oVraacdeti dme4esjhis oVraacdetihis
his pictures she ran ba hack fc Into tb the boMe boMeMoore heneeMoore
Moore Immediately mot her m th the tmch tmchand oackand
and th the woman followed by Moore run runxcreamtoi raeumcreasnlng
xcreamtoi Into Mum Land Jju dr room roompeallRK a apealing
pealing for protMthm X Maote or then ftrrd ftrrdtwo rd rdtwo
two shots at Mra lre LaMMs on ee Ulcteg takiagfeet T Tfeet
feet la tb the aDdom abdomen abdomenMrs n nMr
Mr Mrs CaMpteD then raa bile Mrm MrmH lmi lmiJeck
H Jeck ck room Th The latter awakened by tk tkhot she sheahaiuag
ahaiuag arose just in these o rsesfs a ashot
shot hot in th the back from Moon who w then thenran shearan
ran from the house flourUhtof tiovrWiIa bU rrroJ rrroJv rv rvver
v ver r at a crowd that fdbtrd H 1Is aSset > < at ata p pa
a negr4 bt Iseed Moern was ssreed ssreeda
a moment iaur isle when h he aieppd wpp d kfe kfen MsimoweMptY
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