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THE AI5GTXS, S A TURD AT, HOTESfBER 2!, 1902.
Next summer r.:e to havp another
series of yacht races for the America's
cup. As in former years the contest
will irobably arouse much popular in
terest. All over the country, not only
mi our wide seaboards, lut in prairie
cities and mountain towns, every detail
cf the preparations, from the length of
the larboard strakes to the name of
the defender, will be known and dis
cussed, and when the races are finally
railed the results will be received in
every telegr;iph office in the land al
most before the Victor and vanquished
have furled their grcr.t white sails.-
So, you see, while our Interest in the
cup races is somewhat academic, we
get lots of fun out of the thing.
Yachting always has been a rich
man's sport. Quite likely it always will
be. International yacht racing is a
game for multimillionaires. If you
don't believe it. just glance at the
names comprising the syndicate formed
to resist Sir Thomas Upton's third at
tempt on the cup. They are all names
of men of great wealth. The syndicate
consists of Flbort II. (Jary. Clement A.
Criscom. James J. 1 1 ill. William 15.
Iecds. William Rockefeller. Cornelius
Vanderbilt. Henry Walters and I'. A.
Ik Widei or.
Mr. Vanderbilt is a prominent mem
ber of the Corinthian Yacht club. He
owns and successfully has sailed the
seventy rater Itainbow for two seasons
and recently has become the owner of
the steam yacht Cherokee, formerly
owned by William Clark and renamed
by Mr. Vanderbilt the North St;ir. He
also owns the small steam yacht Mi
William B. Tweeds owns the steam
yacht Noma that was built for him
last year and launched early this sea
son. He is president of the- Chicago.
Itoek Island and Pacific railroad and a
director of the American Can conipa-
Besides the cost of a new yneht to bo
constructed by the Herrosho.Ts there
will be the expense of refitting the
Columbia- and the Constitution as trial
horses. The new boat will cost in the
neighborhood of $200,000. and the other
expenses will probably foot up $100,000
more. Besides, there Is the item of pay
for officers and men of the three boata,
which will aggregate $30,000. All this
and more will be gladly paid by the
millionaires syndicate for the sake of
the ephemeral glory of being cup de
fenders. The coming contest will be the thir
teenth in which American boats have
sailed for the cup. including the race
in which the yacht America won the
trophy. On this, the thirteenth trial,
will the fateful number interpose' Its
malign Influence against American
yachting supremacy? Lot us pray not.
Then, too, Sir Thomas Upton is the
only man to thrice attempt to win the
historic piece of silver. Defeated
twice, may not the fates give him vie-
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tory ou the third assault? These nura
. bers. thirteen and three, may cause
superstitious yachtsmen some uneasy
I Previous to 3S3T the honor of de
fending the cap went to the best lo:tt.
I without regard to the club from which
she hailed. In the first race for the ,i1.. i
tin'itivi iiv-' lit liiir jnhiiv 1
i cup that took place iu American wa
ny, the Audit company of New York i ters, which occurred in ISTo. Mr. Asb-
bury s schooner yacht Cambria sailed
against a fleet of twenty-three Ameri
can schooners, including the America.
It was not until the Koyal Yacht
squadron challenged in ISM,- in behalf
of Sir Richard Sution's Celesta that
it was considered necessary to build a
yacht specially to defend the cup. The
Puritan and the I'riscilla were built
for this purpose. The Puritan was se
lected after a series of trial races. The
contest that year was notable in that
the Genesta came the nearest to carry
ing away the cup of any challenger be
fore or since. Por the llrst time the
now celebrated ninety footers tried 'for
the trophy, ami then also began the
practice of building a special cup de
fender. Nevertheless the races next summer
are sure to attract widespread inter
est. Everybody likes a contest, wheth
' er it be between yachts, horses, bicy
' cles or anything where skill and cour
age are required. Sir Thomas Lipton
has made many friends by his pluck,
and the assurance that he will have
the best yacht that can be built in
Scotland manned by the most skillful
sailors in Great Britain gives zest to
the approaching trial.
That he will bo opposed bir the best
sailors of America in" an American
built yacht will arouse national feel
ing, and the public will root loyally for
the Yankee craft.
The new boat to be built by the
Ilerreshoffs will be ably managed and
commanded. Mr. C. Oliver Iselin, the
hero of several previous contests, will
be the managing owner. Captain
Charles Barr, who sailed the Columbia
in the race against Shamrock II., will
be the sailing master. - -
Mr. Iselin was in full control of the
Vigilant that defeated Valkyrie II. Ho
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In 5m-'- 5 i 0.
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iff V'""' n ' - jer 14
-i' . :
The conversation turned on yellow
fever, and I gave my experience:
"I brought up In the harbor of Ha
vana one fine day in June, first mate
of a trim little bark. In those days
there was a 'yellow fever hospital'
there, and In the stason merchant ves
sels crews were taken by M. Jacques
at so much a head by contract. If
taken sick, they were cured or killed.
generally the latter, without further
charge, but if no contract was made.
why, you paid by the day, but if 111 go
to the hospital you must by a Spanish
"Well, you see, our boys commenced
to go under, first one and then another,
Until I had hardly any one left, and to
end this part I was lugged off; myself
to the 'I'.eglas. They broke the fever
on me, when I began to get so hungry
I could have eaten a donkey, 1 think,
but It was no use. Soup, gentlemen, a
very little bread, and that was all. I
complained to the house surgeon. He
spoke of relapse, fatal results, etc.. but
I was not satisfied with that, so I
watched my chance and got a piece of
cake one night at 12 o'clock. Never did
anything taste so good. Then 1 went to
"Old 'Down Below, as the sailors
called him. used to come round every
morning at 1 o'clock, and when he en
tered my ward 1 was the first one he
'"You have horn eating. said he. I
denied it. but he didn't believe me and
passed on. with the cheering remark
that "1 was a dead man." I laughed,
but se.on after 1 began to feel queer.
The servant looked very Impertinent.
and I became oblivious to all surround
ings In my attempt to correct him.
"I became conscious that evening
.when some one lifted up my eyelid and
then said: 'Take him out. It's no use.
It dashed ou me iu a second that they
were to take me out to die. When 700
or S00 are dying daily, they pn't waste
their time with them sit least they
think they can't. I had seen many go
the same road, and they never came
hack. So I felt the cool night breeze
first, and then that sensation that is in
describable, but Inseparable from a
ucadliotise. 1 was put down ou my
stretcher and left there to elie. and I
know it. Pretty soon they brought in
another one he was raving ami then
wero given up. and there was no time
to waste on us. The lirst one In bis
delirium managed to srit across my
ORANGE GROVES FOR CUBA
Fruit Lois Forbidden to Be Grotrd
Fwr Sale In That Proline Isle.
Cuba, so long hampered and re
pressed by Spanish domination, now
that she has become a republic and
free to work her own will, is turning
her attention to developing the im
mense fruit growing iossibllities of her
Under Spanish rule the Cubans were
not permitted to engage in orange
growing as a business. Landholders
were jwnuitted to have half a dozen
orange trees on their plantation, but
they could not sell the fruit. If they
tried to do so, their trees were chopped
down and they Mere fined. It was the
same way with pineapples and limes.
LW griffs '&tfrt I w IH
J, . il
I -. ' A T : m
jilate or clotn iieateei to a temperature
corresponding to the normal heat of a.
living body. This accomplished, the
doctor covers the !ody entirely with
the powder. Signs of life generally
show within throe or four minutes fol
lowing this treatment, the length of
time requisite varying with the length
of time that has elapsed after death re
sulted. Animals also have been killed by
electricity and have given a similar ro
s'XMise to the treatment, even after all
signs of life have been absent 'for three
or four hours.
Within half a dozen minutes after
the first signs cf reviving have ap
peared the animal displays Indications
of a normal condition. Half an hour
later, to all appearance's, the subject is
In quite as healthy a e-ondltiou us ba
fore its life was ken.
H H U
Mull's Grape Tonic Cures Constipation.
When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
into the 6treets where it decays and rots, spreading disease-
creating germs tnroughout the entire city.
An epidemic of sickness follows. It is the
Fame way when the bowels fail to work.
The undigested food backs into the system
". 'fTV and there it rots and elecays. l rom this
rs?rt';T-rv'v..".Vv'-- ? ' . iestenng mass me Diooa saps up ail tneais-
UNIQUE LIFE- PRESERVER.
A CCBAJf Fr.riT STOKI
anel the reason few this law was that
the fruit growers in Spain would not
tolerate comiK'titioii from the' island.
Since Cuba has ln-como a republic,
however, the planters are free to j,row
what they please, and a numlxr of
those who are engaging In the orange
growing business are Americans.
Tropical fruits of all kinds grow wild
in great abundance in Cuba. IJr.t ac
cording to the Spanish id a it did not
pay ti cultivate them. Quicker r turns
were obtained from sugar arid tobacco;
besides the latter products did not coin-
Will SuMtnln n Shliivrc-kMl Man In
.More AVayi Tliuu One.
Two-Inventors In Switzerland have
designe'd a life preserver which not
only prevents drowning, but will also
sustain life for.-au indv'inii'? period,
and, further, is equipped with a sail
by means of which a shipwrecked per
son may make his way to a passing
vessel or evmtually reach shore.
According to a writer In the Scien
tific American, a hollow tank fastened
to the back serves to k.p the person
afloat, and a provision an.! tirir.k cham
ber b; fitted :. tl:. chest. This cham
ber Is diviil. d into three compartments,
the lowest containing '.rii-.king water,
the next an alcoholic stimulant anJ
the third s-.-rving as an air chamber to
support thh weight. Access tu the va-
V;'. .."' , .- -" tae germ?, ana at every he-art beat carries
T ?-?:. - ''''sffir tlu-xa to every tissue, just as the water works
V- V"-V of a city forces impure water into every
'- ii-i Ic ? a; 3-2 house. The only way to cure a condition
like this is to euro the constipation. Pilla
and the ordinary cathartics will do no good. 5
HULL'S GHASPE TQlilS i
is a crusnea frail icniciaxaiivB
which permanently euros the affliction.
The tonio properties contained in the grape
po into every afflicted tissue and creates
It will ouickiv restore lost flesh and make
rich, red blood. As a laxative its action is immediate and posi
tive, gentle and natural. Mull'i Grape Tonic is guaranteed or money back.
strength and health.
Send 10c. to Lig Mni rig Medicine Co., Hock Island, III., for largo
samplo bottle. All druggists sell reiiular sized bottles for M cts.
rou sai.i-: i kmck island i:v maim. i i.i.i:mi:vi:i:
Isn't if wonh 2iCi
note with Snain's fruit or-hards. "So.
body and there died. My brain never itlio,i.li i-.!,ii,m,is i.wn,.i i.lmn
lemons, limes, citron, grape fruit, piiu'
npples and pears are found all over the
Island growing in n wild state, they
have' never been cultivated to any extent.
was so clear as it wa that night, and
after the other one was dead, which
sae;i ' happened. I live'd my lift over
i "The eId songs I used to sing came
i back to me-, and I could sing them, so
to speak, internally. Scenes long for
gotten passed In review, and after I
had gone through It all I thought that
and the United States Mortgage and
Trust company. He has been a mem
ber of the New York Yacht club only
since last March.
James J. Hill was elected a member
of the New York Yacht club in Feb
ruary, 1901. lie owns the 213 foot
steam yacht Wacouta. He is president
of the Great Northern Railway compa
ny and the Northern Securities com
pany and is one of the foremost rail
road men and financiers of the day.
Clement A. Griscom is the prominent
Philadelphia financier" and steamship
builder and owner, best known as the
president of the International Naviga
tion company. lie is the owner of the
schooner Alert. and has been a member
of the New York Yacht club since 1S77.
Elbert II. Gary is best known to the
public as the president cf the Federal
Steel company -and chairman of the
executive committee of the United
States Steel corporation. He is a new
member of the club.
P. AB. .Widener.is the Philadelphia
street railway magnate and financier
and renowned as ah art connoisseur.
He owns the big, steam yacht Jo
sephine. His membership in the Nev
lYork Yacht club dates from February,
1890. Henry Walters of Baltimore be
came a member of -the club In May.
llSOO. William Rockefeller has been
a member of the club since 1S90.
Sir Thomas Lipton has spent over
$1,300,000 in his two unsuccessful as
saults on the America's cup. and the
third trial will probably bring the total
up to $2,000.000 a ' vast sum to be de
voted to merely' a few weeks of sport
iWith glory as the only possiole reward.
! The outlay for defending the cup nat
urally Is much smaller than that which
falls upon the challenger, and when,
as In the present case, the expense is
divided among" 'several the Individual
cost is small when the wealth of the
men Is considered. Still, ordinary folks
.ivould think themselves well to do if
they possessed the sum that each will
Fruit growers from Florida and Cali
fornia who have examined the Cuban
j seil report that it is the best and rich
i est land they have ever seen, nossess-
it was years that I had lain there, it j inK isnv properties which have to be
sceme-d so long since I had left the Mlpl,Iiotl artificially In! the United
oar k so long since i n.-ui Heard any j states.
one speaK. wontiemen. I iiveel lo.txio i Another feature which impressed it
years tliat night. I could feel my hand soIf U1K)U tho exerts who went over
agaiust my side as you feel with your j thi ground was that there are no frosts
hand asleep, as you term it. I could , j,. uba. In nOI-jda. where frosts often
feel the dead man across me as though j destroy crops for several years in sue-
ne were pressing some one else, ami ce'ssion, the owner of groves has to
then by and by a slight roseate hue cover his trees. There Is none of this
took my eyelids. What was it? I could in ("uba, for frosts are unknown there.
ti. t..A! I
urn ULH.-&I lunn. it .us ii me uaiiM.iLiun Tho toniiMTatuiv nvoiiiiros To rirtrrt-os
T : ' 'it"
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JA1IE3 I. HrLL. -
was the managing owner of the De
fender that beat the Valkyrie III. and
also of the Columbia, the. winner over
the Shamrock I. No more experienced
or energetic yachtsman could fce ob
tained by the club for the purpose. If
there is speed in the new boat, Mr Ise
lin and his sailing - master. Captain
Charles Barr, will develop it.
Next summer, then. Sir TbomasVWlth
his Shamrock III., will again try his
luck. Sir. Iselin and his new boat will
be ready to receive him, and if money
counts the cup will remain anchored
of the soul to the other, the great un
known world beyond the dark river?
I thought so. I was not afraid. I
thought, 'I am dead.
"The hue became more intense it
was the sun and with it came the car
riers of the elead. Men dying with yel
low jack must be buricel soon, and so
they bury early those who die during
the night. I was the first in. I would
be the last out.
"I heard the steps of tho negroes as
they became fainter in their retreat.
and as they became louder In their ael
vane-e I felt the stretcher lifteel up, the
oscillating motion as they bore iuo
along, when, like a flash of lightning,
came the conviction that I was not
dead. I could not move. I tried in vain
to open my eyes. I prayetl that they
would cast their eyes upon me, but 1
felt they would not. I couhl not see.
but I knew they were not looking at
me. I have heard the word agony
used, gentlemen, but I never appreci
ated It until that moment. I never felt
the meaning of It until then. Was I to
be burled alive? How long before it
would be over? Would they walk over
my head, and could I then hear them?
Did the earth transmit sound vertical
ly as well as horizontally? And how
long before It would be all over?
"At last one carrier made a misstep,
the' stretcher 'canted to one side, and
my head dropped down. They noticed
that, then my face. They dropped the
stretcher and went away. Soon the
"Take him back.' said he. 'I'll try
what I can do.
"I had no pulse. My heart did not
beat They poured something down my
throat' It-cut Its way down like a
thread of fire. It Increased In dimen
sions that warm feeling and scxn In
a pleasant swoon I lost all sense of
everything. I awoke toward evening
and could open my eyes. I could move.
When the surgeon spoke, he merely
'"You were saved by fifteen feet, my
"In two weeks I was aboard the ship
again, and I was -the only one left of
"I did net feel it yet. the horrible
thing I had gone through, until, they
reported the death of the captain.
'Died In . the deadhouse, , they said.
'Buried this morning.' Then I got out
of my berth, gentlemen, and I believe
It ever a sincere prayer was offered to
the 'throne of heafenly grace' It was
made that night on board that .vessel In
the harbor of Havana." :
for the ye'ar, and it is said that the or
ange crop will be ready for the market
several weeks before' that of. Florida.
The medical profession of the mid
die west has been startled by the an
nouncement authorized by the Indiaua
Society of Physicians and Surgeons
that lr. C. W. I.fttlctioM. one of its
most prominent members, a physician
of central Indiana, has elise-oveivd
what may later be proved to be one of
the vital principles of life ami life's
maintenance. Dr. Littletield asserts
that life', contrary to general belief, is
not elependent on organic function,
but may be infused into organized
bodies alter the organs have entirely
ceaseil to perform their usual func
tions. He asserts that he has demonstrated
by actual experiment the truth of his
declarations, and his announcement is
indorsed by the conservative approval
of the Indiana Medical society, before
many of whose members several of
the experiments have been conducted.
The secret or lire', the doctor says, is
volatile magnetism. It is omnipresent
and saturates tho atmosphere. This
magnetism Is controlled by the act of
respiration and Is retained in the or
ganism by the various mineral com
ponents normal to the composition of
In demonstrating his tlnory Dr. Lit
tlelield imfkes use of a light salt solu
tion saturated with oil of the body.
The compound is allowed to stand ex
posed In an atmosphere 'of free am
monia. Just such condition, he as
serts, as this induces exists l-'i the
healthy and normal body so long as
cell building and cell destruction nrp
carried on and the lungs continue to
perform their regular olhe-e.
In the resurrection of the dead in
sects and animals on which the physi
cian has operated a powder derived
from this magnetic chemical fluid has
beH'n employed. The animals or in
sect first of all are either drowned
or chloroformed or subjected to some
other form of asphyxiation.
After all signs of life have ceased and
after all heat has left the bodies and
rigor mortis has asserted Itself, but be
fore decay and decomposition have set
in, the subjects are placed on. a warm
t.wv. ntKSKKVKK in- rsn.
tor a ml stimulants may be hail through
tubes which lead up wiihki easy reach
of the mouth. Condensed food is car
ried in three tins on the top of the wa
A compass also is here sccured. to
which may be fastened a chart of the
course the wrecki il vessel was pursu
ing. A number of blank cartridges and
a pistol are also provided for use in at
tracting attention, anil a signal eif dis
tress Ih.ais 'riiiii tin masthead. Surely
the shipwrecked mariner thus equipped
need have little fear of old FathiV Neptune.
Ton thousand demons gnawing
away at one's vitals con! lift be much
worse than the tortures of itching
piU-s. Yet there's a. cure. Dunn's
Ointment never fails.
People who snircr from habitual constipation wiili .il! it; at .
fl 'gged stomach ainl bowels, sluggish liver, heartburn, i i.'. 1.
and iiapnic b!.KI, are too apt to In-licve that l':- o:o risac.i-,-pi:rg;.'.i
.'cs. The contrary 13 the case. Se. h eathar ! -, :.:i !i' !'..
the bowels, ale in iag ail'! grij'iiig, leave t!:c s; or: i.n-'i i:;;! a: m .! a a i
and the c.ai.-.'.'.pateil cou.Hriou recurs vi:h greaiir :i;:'.-i;l-y -i' c::r
sufferer i-ousfanlly growing worse. There ' a l.ia:ie that l:
bowels wilhotil jai:i or gripint;. cleanses the -aiac'i. sharpens t!w
stimulates the liver, streng.hi'iis tin; lii-rvcs, aiei juirila s tin- hl.o.1,
.;..:? i! s,
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marvellous toiiL- prope rties tone up the entire stem u:il k
:h!e tonic properties reach every organ iho liver, kiilnevs
and stomai!;, neiAe, hcast ami brain and removes the cause of yur i!. !,':i
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it tastes good. I Cltiltlrcn like it and tit,!; for it.
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Parlor Cabinet, Vornis Martin, or
mahogany, very highly polished.
f.'O.OO, $22.). $!2.00
llniiilst.tne Parlor Kockers. high
ly poli.-lied and hand carved, gol
den oak and mahogany, r- f
$12.50. $5.oo, $..00 jind I.0U
Music Cabinets, j 1 1 t tin' thing for
an Xuias presciit. malicgauy and
ernis Martin, all finely polished,
$27.5o, $i8.yo. $ii.oi) p- r-r
and . . OiUU
Unman Chairs, hand carved, gol
den oak and mahogany polished
linish. $15.tl), $11.00. $7.50 r- -re
and 0. 0
Klmvintr cabinets in oak and ma
hogany, hij'hly polis!icd. French
bevel edge mirror. $'.).50, "7 OC
$s.5o and I mJ
Latlii s Dressing Tables, in bird's
eye ma pic. goldey o:ik, uiahogan v
and birch, hand polished. $40.00.
Dnenports. extremely handsome
design;, in enk or mahogany, cov
ered in the latest coverings.
$55.00. $:5.00. S'25.00
ANYTHlNtJ OFKi:iKD NOW FROM OUK HOLIDAY STOCK WILL P.F HELD AT YOl.'U OPTION AND DF
I.IYKIM:D WHFNFYFi: IT Sl ifs YOUi: CO-NYKNiF.NCK. v
W. S. H O L B R O O K
too . Different . Styles of. Coiu hes. .
Comfortable and well
.made. As low as
109-111 E;. Second
Over 2o: Foot Kests, at all prices.
A very pretty qq
one for u3C
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