Group Title: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla.)
Title: The Tampa tribune
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Title: The Tampa tribune
Uniform Title: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. 1958)
Alternate Title: Tampa tribune and the Tampa times <1961-Aug. 13, 1995>
Tampa tribune-times
Tampa tribune times
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Tampa tribune
Publisher: Tampa tribune
The Tribune Co.
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Publication Date: May 19, 1898
Copyright Date: 1899
Frequency: daily
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 64th year, no. 152 (June 1, 1958)-
General Note: Issue for Feb. 14, 1961 called "Gasparilla pirate invasion edition."
General Note: "Independent." Cf. Ayer, 1976.
General Note: Includes supplements.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028294
Volume ID: VID00004
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA6049
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issn - 1042-3761
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Preceded by: Tampa morning tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1904)
Preceded by: Tampa times (Tampa, Fla.)

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.W iEEKLY TRIliR


TAMPA, FLORIDA. MAY li), I898:


ARMY CORPS3WILltAMS 10 COMMAND
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has now been virtually melted. It I
mare than probable that all of the co
panifs will rezmnai ere for lea dam as
dhis I the time of- year that the state
Lroope are nmuall, ordered Into a camp
of Instruction. .


roealaed. It b defhnietttd Hiw.L The members of te* KIey At Cuardf
us an., s ham~U s Besa GiM to the Gallat Ex-ter- lajor WebstUr to bte L dtunt-CooIld et., ortuehl ar .ared nh
Bae rad tMhat do 0neen za i to return home asu oo00 as pobsi ..
ty wl e resorted to by belente Gmmera. ad lajor tLoell llt They wanted to have the a o r at o-
erolas or sarcnts. The % ing to Caaa. but that honr has been
Sbet gSven ablttate aliane to denied them.
r -er a B mas n tord, Quartermaster SWmrgat 5Hartiey, of
t ,w oeft eaor t l itt. Wlyit lm N C the Finrst Battaln. clerk of tb W 1
-uI'r -Rn 'Pt-aW CAVALRY FOR CEN. JOE WHEELER CAPT. MACWILLIAMS RESIGNS .t'au".,rt oecOtr of De *vl
Idesm the part of the nat yesterday be as rantsd .p on to .
Lto. .pvet any MANa Scre.- return to acksonvillt to attend to b :.'
Irsiac9 eofdatly expect thatt official duties. Major Trn er. 46f
M wBI take- olace withlb e Also Win Come to Tampato Lake And Hi$ Two Lieutenants Follow His the first tBattalio o ld Maure a
r Jw.. mw& oerge nt ax -t W tr mmijor of the :*at m e'
.Charge of Hi Troops and 0- ,Example-The Company Wdl t Harneyrfru S, :
3a JiahT a j ] Breadyr23 Departurefor Cuba.; return Home Today and on the maoee .t sMR
.Othe GOenea aAssd. !Dis d. detailed yesterd as* as .obUbaoo ,.-
ae, e hedOV -Ian it tin e i eaAL
MfM himlesobadly ththe *e mtA06
in epat !t\ted for ---- 4 Iar th"d i
Sal tooth TrbuneThe officer of the FWt Florida reeg- ti.e Ho was i Or er'ae.A
the hopaly te ed wil he a
ailty -it e l o Wao~Mlton, M prLY-Thl toleo~ln mernt:of volunteers ha been seeted rgt br the tiMn1 tbe empar ia or.-b' '
th i Pnr I nmmt eof morps eommandara was by Ce. ilooham nut thetr appoint- dacd toaS iCa
M i e mMda by the Wau deertmaent t-day meant: wll not be off~lially a-nol Nearly all of tt litarr '1b
SB" It.n st l -'ad o ls' rOWoomd: untit to-morrow erelun or Friday bee, in inbahb e gr e L
IW-. I P t 0s Genera Broks weu r* ~ in pm- morl, hwhen the -wlb, r0t wmill be u as-aNtor %,=
I of. cc an of the finBrat corpe wthS hed4oI- mutred Into servkiceof the United oen fa 2h e tsp m so8
tr u L~ Y tt t I Mrs A COR a ,tte*,s and 0s9gned to a .vlivs of Lag with iataZ1. l .
'OR e w ellSCo the ten of t the at. tent Is ful of *oud ii^s,%-c4
G s O tsed in ta 'am- colonel of the Mglrnment dill be though not a apallard b .a ap .h e. -.
VS t t IISder lr b the Third Battalion cf oute a SPANH VZS M
lrJ tdlo'the=4 tbs W ""1a in eon-'am ,.ro.
r- -.thd -"d e t o ti report to tenant colonel will be aJ. - .
Am-Pb-nr. eiierl Burkea t ChlCarPnaoga, ifL A yWebsterof Goi elorill .Comma- The Fight Ok SBt (a Owteo gi
6M. Sh-..er a S t onand Of de 4 o the Fourth batallon of too A B st
111017o to yuTibnum. the Fifth norpe withhedQoat troo at
beeMt n !chad f p egned_ of the cond bEttallon of state troops Bstial to the TI.ROl.L .
DOW^o bd b rn rsmae h ethe fourth cornpe Wlt d hOiWrte awill senior major. Madrid. May lt-1he Imnral pub-,a t s
"fu- __ a GMu-ils wThe unip maJorsthip of the regitment lishi a ,.dis alek fro avan go eeaj tet
iC-General Wibsln was steen command wi-lto o Major Turner. of the First aeotdhe rt shoarT Sl vowa
.bS Ii ntw 8wn 10 -to re* nto sSaon Ma3o (enoley. of t p Fi th
~ f the SZwxtmAF& t*e'Mpe 0and 13 to -re-p-seA-in


Sie. Josephv *Whler mmj to gIven oom-
S s_ tmta t 0 1 dote division of cavary. and
r n.al wi ave bb headquarters at Tampa.

IraalBsaZsien0em KXZ OS THEB O Ax PATH

PeBed a Large l dyof paniards
4. N ,, Near Ol sAges.
aa G to-i.d e t _af ~ ., -- .


governor's
yesterday it '
governor wo


St Qo n amyy.
ot03e= 1 SDRSW READY.
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Sloodlt's Rgiimt Will Leave ft
Cuba Next Thprsday.
Special to the Tribtme.
FP. il eou Sl :rent onrougl rlidrs under con
m atd o o. Teo; oovelt, ex-as
I a t secreary of tthe nary, will prol
u move toward to duba aest Thur
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Sli~ b edia t'o' the
impm


tne senir majur or
was only natural
selected as the coloi
mination. o the n


tgf orc tbe Spanis~ Fleet
sliecialtoa otraua


fted by 1
e United
ririd, bt


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ois- e cdto ben wea o rp
ags9toe% JAMOLca
Pesach ~~aosgarlha.


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e mroma Weasedayha
The- kioe at Ja
O and. "Moday nght
was mi 'in the
wa ea e the v
of a talear to sft


C*Mpoa
I t-ne Light infantry, tendered thelr a denial 4 th% itopet tht a
resignations to Cor. Boxhaiq aetr i to the _Aafsi-a olW .
- day afternoon and Cttl MAC WllIams a a eeyetdtw hme.-
said that he would fak the company nation sWa a aeiSbW 411
Two Ifegro Sol- home this morunp and disband It The artm-et d bea sI"",
Members pf the company heartily en- BFrench government t1i.s.ow.is
dorse the actiAn of their oers. and itng
- i1say that they never intend to enlist Into
Dtly. I the state troops agela. I f
cob olltns t Lake The officers and men of this company s ai .
, eintion o- whichI 'are no doubt acting hastily and will
Trubone yesterday e o ret their action for It s oubtfl Special te the i e.
emIt of the refusal If all of them understand the true ath- London MaLry, 4-- dianaw
avt negro soldiers Vatoq and the cause of the company Paris nays tha"t the DL:atc
S2.r white r trons. hels rejected, even though, it was the nounues that {the 8P"e.s&q
diers of the Tentht flut to volunteer. ave been spld:WAh.,r
lry- which arrived Goveraor BJoxh m has hin is poseo- by a number oGef mpaat
londae. went into soC. a letter tro Capt Maeo WIlc w am 'a rtL-ta wish to-show thWel ae
Lore Monday night which the captain stated that he SpaIn. -.
rater. Thew were Iould net g e more than sixty odd men
white people were 0o enr11, od asking If he would be
rater stand. Theyj allowed to rry only that many m= ft
ve and went out. Lto camp. ,As the army regulations
several of the same require that each company hall con- SPeci to theTriim.
e barber, hop ad- tat of not le9 than 77 men, and not zWanhlngto.jay IL--Three
ore. and tetested "ore than 1i,men. the governor at once troops from itnsesota. Oa
r we. refused anr ro eedd to fll the vcancyin the Utah are now en route to (
td The negroes feglment by naamin another company and by Wedneday wfil be tn
hot their pistO6l a '; te work of emxsntwntg the men will the Prealdo. Thel wilt be I
e barber shop. A occpy all of to-day and to-morrow, trainports ad-will start next
ran out of 4bheTi ind the ragtmelt rwll! hardly be rea4y for the Pbltpl#ine to aid Ada
se what the shoot-, Pfore matering iato service teore e7 lboHldnk tehl ."s.
i r"day morn ng e.
around the corner : The veraor was not feetlng very #lt rsw YWa L
promnislou frng well yesterday, and very few oal ers
truvci Joab CoUlll weerereived, although quite a oBrm- Soecal to th Truia
iaen. who had step. hbW of people went over to the Tampa toIti T
, The shot proved iBay Hotel-to pay their respects. They wNew 2Y5. imy
id a short t e were greeted by the menober of the t ht dbt b- tt I
mgt prevailed. oa Iovwernor's staiL and all were please fKelly at SDwebILWE5s S
ackly all over tne twlth the fine loodtngW aldes of the g V- aebo t The ellk .?Awe
state. The mayor :ernor. bout. The.. agt 0 tt-*
rted to- amLe tete- The governor's etaf consists of Ad- large clww e *Rd a"wre a-t
XClakeai a that be jnttnt GenetalP&triek feustirnet 7 W- 7


Ido, the
wtl land


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ge. PCr tt THg PRmPA CAXMPAH .
ETt l eear i to The Trumne believes in making hay
1d0ses &Wa ped s to the while the sun shines. and if there ever
rosle at e lamp*a poe c*y toh or j was a time for Florida to reAp a rich
p-!' IHtaxes to be mnJOei1d to shbmlit harvest, that time Is now. tRch and g-&e ;I w M
to tha eisalt and me4ndcity perpetra- rare opportunities are macd apparent _
ted by the colored trooos that ar now every day for the fral and intealigent ,
Seasp ila these city o anImouat of th Floridian to make a reputation a well
Inadequ y of the pole force. On as a portion, and the united energies t of
Poutr evemra occasIons during the past few Uncle every man should be centered on devel-'
days Mr. Joe T. Symonei has been com- Sam oping some legitimate plan by which S 4 TROPS W '
S 2.L a p ~ed to close his barroom in Ybor City Sy he can benefit his country as well Ias iU s
WSL^'. es-r to prevent tUoodshedL The colored sol- f himself Soider Do" arm atiiartor*i' i l
di have sworn vegesce against hisThis Is There is no time for politics. h e a
l ,i6 mi y o and sioW s because he wel not serve them America's office seeker and the festive 5politcan l5 Uvir 15 .
In the white apartment of hi resort Greatest r should be relegated to the rear and th e 4 to
-. .... ..... They he made treats ad ttemp- Medicine Tribune is indeed gratifed to endr
2 e5d"" t to execute them. qnd many lives moi st heartiy the following from the
.. 60 were no doubt saved by him pr onpIly and Citien: :
clodlx his doors. e. endeavors to Sharpen ABs we have before insisted In theme P1om Saturday's Daiy. -
conduct an orderjy place, and deserves YourAppelite. columns we believe that political ag- early every company Is ti
w MI 4s ad the gratttude of the public for It. and Purify and itatlon and factional discusalons are troops is now in camp hre.
,dbonIld be accorded every prote y Vitai Yor Blood. Overcome That not desired by the people of lordida at of the companies btr dwn
shslde.accordedseueryoViie Yor'elood Overcome hatn
s i to the cit authorities n h s effort in that Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of this tJme. Every Iasue proposed Is coast and the extreme we
r dcton. e ha sealed to the to Hoods Sarsaarill begn but old straw that has been thrashed of the state have ot yet ratffla br
exsa om i msapr for proteetn; he has plainly take TODAY, and rel the gr over again and again tal even the ma- they wil be here a the P. C
at m a gStht T an late their itattheon geat chines in use for that purpose have morning.
and asked for prott bui t i ta aid good it i sure to do -ou. worn themselves out and can find no te Georgia mUlna whi wa
bits ed em aspptH- with Snltlnstion stahd niagrace on the Hood's Sar SaPanrlla sound grain in the whole mass on which ee* t. aiw,
crHood's Sarsaparilla avo w an eed. Our extracts-. r e ht
t city of Tampa thatthe chief executive IsAmericas ueatest iedlclnu. Alidr i t e cp feed. Our extract ye reached- cW brat tsM oapect
M..... ofte' f the dty hua utterly aed to accod from the tate press prove that this ed be=r. .It t tht t
tOV Lga I thatgarantee of aety that would the view the people take also. bhe camped wit te rtsda tKrss
.warrastt hs in 0 (Unon nl o hs alnes. too feeble to atLact any attention be- Therefore we endorpek most heartily .. camp has not sm-len fmeritr d
ip t aU t1Me prototi o is inadequate yond the counties or oommunlties in the action taken by the state committee. lared tl cTb, em as -y4aead solW~d
S- to any e~e oy Iiud be doubled, which they originate. Jacksonville, To set the meeting of the convention a ha beea 7irda St ll.
ii8gfrw otek and ever- nd ortdis at al hasarda If where politics In the past, have been for August 3 la to give us timegfor Noncer of ths day Was Mn atnt
ltm t r. er OLtet fe tha he cannot, by very prominent, is as cam now as a thought to cut short the stream of trta bnt after il s r PLg
the i ~e!tce fore! of prevent ay S a morn In that respect In fact, noisy oratory at Its source, and to leae wl t b a tirii
Siatp.. olti t of m p ws. he houl many of those who have been tn te the agitator without the opportunity tary dissipe. Jacktli s'.S
I. ap.s i to B t tane, thickest of the flght heretoore seem to to air his grievances before audience the bat shoehf g ~at a th :
AP"M 4 a u n.~hm o-rderm if, It be would war Is overshadowing evirithing and ing far more to us as a state and peo- Battailon re d "
& i. a 4650 gexpbl the situateal to iGen. Shatter or perhaps, too much so for the good of the pie than anything the talker can pom- mr ning withlh S1 a Ic ie
, yet h .em IasLWade. the Trib grantees that state. as designing and sheming poll- bay offer. de -ni tbne sme. agd
--.-n a The s ga m wol at one put a tcidans both D democrats and Republl- Therefore the committees action I Jis n WO w fiiA
t ISIahe p n per step to the diabolical t te ad dep- cans, will take advantage of this. in- wise, political agitation will be short- Hagh Stephens aboud e oageii
s- recapnd redate ons q a few nesthat ae difference to equeeze thenelves into ended and lessened, the campaign made I" company pmINse a Wry M t1qq
era at Jb*oem- among the colored soi Six true positions of trust and hoao-men who short and sharp the peop le eft tree epdp,- .atd are ati ai
I alj w net and tried white men ean control the are not wanted In such Voaitone by a to discharge their oblilg-neM to the e t te, saying beep iad a
ia e to ItT whole regent wthjot any trouble, majority of either parry. The good state without detrdeting from their casp for two weeks r. a
.ad assue the teIsa of Tampa men of all parties should seek to have wrk or time In contributing to the in- ing hee.
'o&lute saety from pay mob or an the purest and ablest men elected this dustrial development of the state. and he former cmt e r n a Ht..B
wai r ds.. tofo&td."i- that nlght arise and Mb yor year to the Legislature epctalally, and the party left in some measure of peace 14flts come wth the B Pw i r
ett as e 4~ te city admina also for other offices it pop~ ble. The to decide on the policies and lanks of t today. .
t tratio ap s to hs p le to guaran- white vote may be small, owing to the future platforms. The committee has aa
tee dtem tSe rights to American citlens absence of many citsens in the war, done well and the voter will indorse CAptala Jack Maxel ito
inT;~y -ng .^ fo~tree ~t-sul a. wAera i and conseqUently It is necessary to see its decision." d t t. Ag i
SBS INDayD, that only good candidates are noml- Probably the amount of benefit wh b a e n the
-he,4w s asD Iu I E t will emenate from the quartering of the t RULe "W
Thee .n Thre is one thing very evident. and Ui ed t at p at p t So e
ta beISnt .V.o is wno day hn a that is that no long 'drawn out political even as be ppropriately ov th'ta
-M eseat natiso campaign is wanted. In fact. Is is un- Imated. It will bete peltual recao- were np ahd. ma
i .oa.-r 'm adis a war vesm remember that there are men ready ed for bine s a .i-- CLa, Jl.~
e of ahe to tre advantage of the war feeling social endezvous. The res t has al- rnld tw
or1. s" li "and absence of voters tol thrust them- ready become obvious, judging ftom the dation of the jTsekso.el
S m thie 3atr ofcalt isOafscwannfad selves fweard as candidates that know u member of visitors who wey noticed tty. They my' that
r i-' hS"red, coal4mon they could never command the surge upon the streets yesterday, who were robed,on he p ratMn a rm d' e
Sat s f ISt r co stb eof the mteigent voters in he times of undoubtedly attracted hither the for his brth. fe was
S' a u a o r a po od at s l peace. Waach t ch me and magnetic Influence which n army t It
t, gl e pa1 at aitt .l t Eolh or keep them out orf fice. affrds Idependent of the Influx at he p a
hsy lei t &te has so a~ asedI oc ca-pltha resulting directly trpom the f6ctll at hIaomems nis o
=rM9 ampes r s e te rue A t. O Ted at o 10Rt, government quartermater s ofi ces and L ob ofth hmO elsne*d
N -ii maSrdB o Bermuda. g Loyal c iiens wil not, at this time, warehou ese a peieptle at tis lt ae PM k a t

l ora ed ato n lyDeO, tine qiasten all thed san to gIve It ofidence oorand s mpariso eb. gea The ment l and dtlg-ot.- A5~ ln Wihe
l~ mpi~rP~ is bhd all Important toe strengthen Its han~ds. itfied decorum of the sodiders is In Its-' don fhm hsies Inits-
%P a t te loes 'me ats who are ao i cearg o self elthemost prominent sneggestie of t W 60p1eSl
iiyf mat ethebrp Jcure cnea or he the desttelee of the eaoei are strong L t a u o
f towed Into an Amn q uPnrt as plse and self-rellant and have the ourage apprecative and anomalv to thoa- Idmashed lW c nebse and auMMiA h
kna da. 1 t asesty will horn of the conscientiouena of right; duct whchb so frequently c `hraterisee Z t d o the is
.4' Ab dmf iral 9 -ght-to eht hbut, like all mpn, they ae amenable to the camp life of an rmy, ; 1. ah.d~ a t TuSli Ede B ;
S iKn.d? S.br etwema his a d plies, them held by their fells dctilen in In the late eldv war the approach of p Ua. -

M 'lH|t wiMi l he ai e e, Sue cornered rt time of atraes, such as these ar even the army of their own carsn was' idWiff BSyW hi- 5eIie fw
1a' p aty I nef t eay to break The man Isefoolsh or nadciou who sueC that would plauc the actidsb Ifme ehikr seee...-
i .W t he KBf l n loud ~. e wa1te a bas shows resentment became the g the objectlve community u pon the t cell on ha "J ,
t, Zarh r rt l of spia.m t is peoI a cue of e runor ment does not take him nsO0 its secrets alt for the protection a ti p on- f, '.- th e a' .'
^ trV in ^ lltwrbim. It sr tdh or ruin. He and consult him as to plans. We alp erty, bu tro Tamathor hs 2 gsvtn^tleIai St
| t ol > canrnt an. 1 have ful faith in the idaLty and abU- peered no provocation tfr appe- givel tam am a a
i p ty of the Americans whbo are now at henlons and Ln raUty the pecunlary toys .nd uMbo.. his
"n-3 .nu. sh1t l 3. the helm of the nation s ad whether beneflts have been so conspte ,inbo s. to lpa . 'IJO ts..

^^^ g Te'ls:wflbsel p ysayo':Pou- postpone ceertain action or rush things. e jo dyed tis oirt'lB i
,frn ae not ue~ch. 4 h wide ce fo far we feel sirse that they saedolng all for The Tribune's teuegmphic seiwins b posso that he was p lgiOi ur.-
singb P the best, and that theyj ye pueror simply "superb, remarked an Inteilt As aUgbe'' b Irll
0 _$. .:4H !ate e this otly4 to-day is the nl5t ,what is best. an affidavit at the bottom of It to ver y/- o olonel sretfe'o
iav& steP yet, takn. Tbere~e there is no potities p this war ,and It, and it i salways twelve boom In ad- sqt a s5n* ees p p .........."
booms tot the Sieefit at certlsn there should be no politlci in the con- vance of all would-be competitors. elred btmseif un faSt --
-asplfr atsm. at the oms as yet ,, re duct of t, or n the treanpent of those m "Se.^ 2S
B m L~^ -* 1 who are conducting It. T tll the r Is CaptSn General Blanco's ..ruc- ruff T Th leswnt,. '


-i ii e 1ii I over, let no American be anything else otins to his home government to'a a ... . o no- r.
o Te eletso7 i but American and a stout And unswer- provson to Havana indicate that Je .'e hIM from thMel .'
,il, s r se i 3 t ig defender of the typic ol A erfean l things the United states is onl ayir p Thereis no dub t aaletI ui
m of te wife ted whose hands the glory a the honor t war a
of the nation now so laqgely rest. 'ncle Sam is a rather warm member e a Sease r. -
o ad a me fellow is trying to prove from now, but walt until be extends his ta the AUnitd States-arm, 7
Z s p pu iess uis tdie.dthe troi
th se s sta.tfltlaes that a man a4 home in bed domlni~n into the troples. the bn t
chems oe CVseet is in more danger of del( than a man -M Astor l coappay rt
8 ik on the battlefield. a kind of wat to get A *I4 thol a'=
a.th a sson'gI b sophistry might go dol In time of A anaar-
S et l s rnas peace, but at the present moment wll flluIIAtiit e a nher of tie woe& .
emes. m Ie note he accepted with any treat amount |l Ia S the TrlbQaes 0* rd6ayt
S' sor aloacrity. in UUI The 5te9and ty 0Q e to Wesl
U-11-a rt n er m ir se des ,. T ,is .
inthbe whyry 'the Tribune venture the assertion w viS COT's wnS Ny as the areUste Ani'St
.....Ie that ther. was more lruenep trans- don.^on2 YcS i hp *s4i^aimam
-be of commercial enterprinsa than in ane nn 0 Will it Cftie IT y Case?S s ti^ fl'
Oev cities in Florida I ipa is in No.' What cases wifl it cuea

the the enough to r toeut h se IIIp W n


-i Us mereyS st agtenspeged l nlcele g iyaghg_
Se brat.Ththe caomre oEoonth Chae
ea, de vt s du a ".c "f
S t nwave ofr theri es .werican t sl
ar eahole section. R v T y tt iaft .'

The Iavana Vi 910 k C -4 ;Q ,.
,U tCheywing fairly I-M -d birsc w .a I-Jaw
IN.K7 tb"" are n aed In C.,l. : ..
too &" several other. .'. mow .. ':. .

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-a 'rh e t Erlprart oef thiTmps a m4 I Asto bIy th From nd "
a ser how But la Date Set D -Dl a s. The bodC ao2i
pi Into Camp killeds a .M4WAys
iterda. The beat Wnlh O t 1 ow
e w Cr fil IAGlA TO BE CLEARED SP ISI-SHOWED PERSIST L t" ~P ,
N A"___. of Mgin 2k W
= run I n- tPr ttaICorp@ and a Few Of WhAnd Th r M ga Sstem. ,
wl s ames t O BReBinn to Receive the W a ali Ar and 4 Th- The'ulme-Ue
issv.a. tis rtariftr
ade wil pitalh yoltn Upon Their Ar- x htt 8tL Aagb* but Amer- ota Rdsan BaW.e
siad I riv rl There. ca ne of Victory. t hi d
.W lehe &uoY topedo.b host WbIs~
aen Miles will ment off Cardems, Q
Io the Tames c city ysm trdgy mar.
L I pipeilIl t the Trpbue. SpedIso to the Tribune, at the Windsor. Mr
Ias tl ded la C lattaooe. Tenn., May 11.-The et., TThomas, Danish West Indies. May in Jacinvlle for
wa With t OlrS ScChl-O gaL began moIng I2.--Brler asptbes received here state brother's body, whed
barses. It is tu-dy the coat, .and tby night tall thatithe United stateawar s4hps Under it to RsAl for lan
re todyWith Samp hmbsns was minus three of the command of Admiral eampson began will pjIobli arive t
WeS or Dry vry sry cegimefta that have been .ta- this .umrntmg a furious b9mbardment s trom Nw
aSteure of the tned k tre orf theI fortllkmtioons Ln th harbor of been received np toA
SThp. d a H ndl-F fth cavalry est for San uan Porto Rico. t AoRRrTOt-IWT.
t.A -arm a L.m = this morning. sand this afternoon *113 hig guns of the armor clad battie- 5,Irah. W May


ad the a


FEB.



4"^T


-Th ewill be very little,. delay In-
*mnsortig t, troc al 1 the rail-
fte hatf pvided th te Meoseary
r.in lflpec*m* of hurry order.
of S 6 oPl7 tr ta b egan t s
wPrwwo, am- ra number ao ready
eI nnmwd tLewe n ithlnntny win
BV id t ab lmrolag at 6 odlook. and
cbth M .oevesth infantry to-
:i ,aefll a Saturday nruilng.
v tKOCir sH ON ThANPORTS.
eOal to the Tribune.


Sdirecting te atioa 7; ftbf. Form 6; "-ft
I OONFIRFPD. riddled veal. and had b onmsratvad -t
Specftl to the Tribune. "m
Ope ayt -aAdm gl" h a e are well o.t ogf dt' -M ou-'.
Madr*d, May IL-Admiral BerinaJi he. "but I am awfult sorry yea weereu. 0 1
ha. rtclved an official dispatch telling hit" \ L.
hi 14, the bombardment of Porto RJo .lie then moved aft to the' fle er, r 4atj
by kle Americla squadron. ere a group alet.rrana t
neTro mes attendants stbid ndi wm
Diwpwy DOGs HS DUTY. killed.


sw York. Mau 11.--Ordert, were re- He '43 Placing the Captured Guns on "iGNA MI A T SANIRBP rW2 I"a
aMv~d fromWas t on to-day to start American Transports
em tranqprt d1lp. chartered here, for -- .a
FKg airt. not t )rer than Iriday Poum special to thb Tribune. Navel eoerves From Tampa are at1t g sla
State to l pawill eon the Wath ngton, May 12.--The Navy de-
a state to .pae' wl o e att this afternoon received the,
1t t olo g dispatch from Admiral Dewey
ON TE lY --N-G QUA.RRO J. tn ratd to his operations at 30nlla. Special to the Tribuwn 'Ia .
"-fie Is little change in the saims- BSanibel, Fla. ay -f-The af ir
Secgal to the T'ribune. tlon le stbce ry last cablegram. an Tarpon arrived Tuesday rIth a Coh a 1. -
-Old Point Comfort. Va.. btay li-On trartEfirring to transports the steel, of signal service Cns, Id darge of
bbard the ~aip'Brooklya. off Fort breech iloadIng rifles taken trom the Lieutenant Beach. Thbsybegaff ato& m ae .W
lonroe-Oi the .atps all is bHstle, al- sunken Spanish men-of-war and also to unload and would now have bee= lewa Paes
though the dSiaro ofierdisItaclam placing' un the transports the stores In good ahape to beoa woR. had ha9t. d vergj
Knowledge a of an early-movement. rom te t Spane h arsenal at Cavlte a heavy stoem come up daring te i ght I ,vr
e New Orleans w as not allowed to which I n my posbeesson. I am now that forced them to-seei shelt bedhi ad"- .
Sto New Orlej t News not enalo. but mainta4inln a strict blockade of the the island They eP to finish t er teo to
Is pow to ng on oal tram the l -gters harl and nearby ports. The Spanlsh work by the end of this weor. Th qurti
alqnVslde. and wlft-lnflh coUaing that gunba A ros should be added to the signal tower or the oeat s Jgn isa e
war Steaneo o lgter drqft win be list oL!essels that have been destroyed five miles from the gghthdtue. and eat
abie to reeman In deck at NewPort News by my feet DEnWY." to the hotel, The Ssters.
ill 0 toi ,ofrnoal.t Te eitpieanoll Thi tfispatch ha given great satis- The Santbel Home CGuards are Sax- '- P
ore" 6 thbis lTrn! t :.er fnIl capn-e- faciln I to the Navy department off- iously looking or Yir arms from the -I h t .I"
tO. and cnrd t r.t 'I Zli l- al-.'i and they know that LAdmiral governor.
d d Dewe- is not only holding his own. but It has been seven moths since raei f
C.OUNTY COtN- o1e:X.e. Is nmanig valuable use of bis time while has fallen, with the exeMptim o two t~ sth .
waitingg' rhe arrival of troops and sup- showers that did not Iettle the dit.', DeWWl p W
DelesgatCe to the Congressional 4onven- lie-. The Spaniards bad great quanti- In spite of this some ifty-odd tho pWad -et pOail
tins to he Elected To-da. tls of i supplies stored In the Cavite crates of vegetables haTre ee birk hh ',ed.
S_._ l o~=--arsenal .lnd all of theae are now in poS- Is there another place o earth that can --1 .
The DemocrAtlc'convention t Hills- esehtin of Adrtlral Dewey. stand such a test and produeeso mieh? c. p. j,
boroug ,county will convene in |he city The steamship San Casoa o ta h 1- -.
bhal to-day at 11 o'clock to select dele- SPL%4IARDB KARE :STAIRtING. Morgan Une. arrived at Prort Tampa b
sates to the First District Coaryession- i yesterday from New d after a
al convene tin whlch convenes.'In this Cooped kip In Havana Like Rats--Coo--Taking on a cargo of eoaiaooflae, h auae u
city on June L for the purpose df noml- oflcting American Properav. In the canaL She will befitted up with -if;ar -
natkng a candldatsto rmttin-e I pn dit: -- stalls and buonks and useda as a tgns- y .
&ilt in cbugres. Special o the Tribune, port to carry troops to C yba.a S-of1
Tae preside t mBetlia were held last Haasa, \'via Galveston, May 12.- 'MItt.
wp and o eates to tLhe conty0o The tititton In Havana rsmainso- PIZE RITA -AT CHARLESTON. P
Teol Web elted.l The eje'gtes changed as far as war ships and hat-
.t' tecounty eaentloi fll e have tes Sr concerned, but the effects of- .
to, selet siaw nly eecutiVe corm- the bloOhade have become so pressing darida Sr .Ga s Sa s
oltteae, decide upon trus r thioO that It Is next to Impossible to sustain the oi."
O s tn iSa for te life within the Hhalh of the city.
,d nf e tl Inwltt t- t held new really for the poor cluMase. Se i the Tri 1. i, aue ne.a
a wees 0 *Theiatonry crcaulated by tae Spaish Chrileet. C. T 1.y ls ?*-11 >
oC theadeln pa; e meid tes nnay t e govrmnleat olcalss to the efect thiath -a rhp yta. meoswed .b .
-enile cei sie willcall tao un the ythe troop ship Mansterrat had run the yakea Jn. BB. cMe le1n part
S f,*CWlq In Usr W on.n auto p- a ad S ,ts uat the The" atly
*Sbsastl~oi t ater h the ieasos, nuns aRa .. is untrue. The only nune tafn. 1


J U4

- aby MiMe!
S iEvery other
. feels. an nde-
tipf a scribable dread
.em. of Oe pain and
or, dangerngr attend-
l,.Iant upo. tile
Most crititl pe-
md rid of h1r life.
-H^ Becomi #g a
mchre shfiuld bc
S a source of joy
si< C. ,to all,' bit the
eL -. -. .ufferingi and
cyidt1Itger of ftie ordeal make
s^c& aiia .skamai newm ns f siarnr,


bichb: (iweves
pawin d. suf-
iter~iy; this
Led as woman's
ot only- made
oaoger'is re
th'se ho muse
o '.acer de-
wick 900-s


FOREIGN WAtAtHItPS trit atrney e-. /
German, 1 rench and Japanese Vessels a. M. Geary, MPtMM.e th, writ:e- a
are Now in Manila-Harbor. "DeWitt's NWtch Hesel tahve ficeiSmg,
Sclat to the Tribune. more ples here to-sat esa aB ether
Wasa)ngton. May lt-Unofflial add remedies coamnbted. t R sres ra
vices bave reached here from Manla., and all other skin s dtLse 8. L
via. rindon that one rench, ere Jap- .eonard a Co. tL
nnese itd Two German warships an,
now lying in the harbor of ManIla. and ,
that a Ilussian will b there within
twenty-four hours.
The report says that It s the Intention
or the] powers represented by their
ships to combine and to prevent -Ad-
i ral 1ejwey from effecting a landing -

Special! to the Tribun.
the ulted l tes army.
Waesttlatran. ih ay .-The departure t lAu i
of General MlRes has ben postponed un-
Ul to-moaow. ....O n i .iC tY1
Ge}s < J. F. Wade has bees placed ,
in chare of an the troops at Tampa.
end wll rob be tept In the frot e e th I
n.AU o the other major generals of th ~ T B ; 'irn
regular army will reach the ietring s. i -w




Mrs. h l ohael Crtain., Platte, IL, --- .. ..
nukes %.e statement; that Xbe caugbt,
old. wieh settled oa her fnm; ahe'
was treated for a month by Per family'.
phylr7sleI but Cgrew women. tald "
her ase was a hopeleau vIetum of on-
umpUo And that no medlince could Gt
are hc. nHer dran t seeshted Dewr.
einms*W i mvy ?ar .con- mi-- '

ft aea.. o n As an.u -, e s t -
pter t tenrai as b ete a .d thik ^ l. G

eyg.t.teto. lie.a ^ee. I o!r orn
^Mnaid'^ er.Bo~r e-> he w:-g ,< *-*!" i-* -,I~ f^ 1




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