Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
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Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Publication Date: August 11, 1898
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00093470
Volume ID: VID00114
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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7?9, 1 7; '71

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I ., g-_ I August 1
to116 tke pins.ter,


WOW it&Wo to

G to h ePrto Rio *his Week
l ; '. A J- ~ at T U ps.

-.r e St so w thought that the stpe llon
todebe ady mm h r teafto sl1 &rom
tgdasft ng; the preset week
ineewle eted deslopmentie
0 M s .t. the .prp-"2Me station which
-5 j. t he transpra from beng
~iaie ~as Sat flsePna~+


ISeat y-Five Per OtD. Wei Victims of The Division Commader Has made Tampa Bay Hotel People aid Others ar


'Traslatio Will Sb SOabettld by the
Fren ch tAmbassador Today.

ce Term
ied Slte pas akes a Few Objections, but
Will u eventually Agree to All the
STerI -Secretary Day Nay
be Our commissioner.

Sl G Rfi peI l to the Trbune.
Paris, August 8-The Spanish Am-
bassdor this morning presented to the
FPrench Minister of Foreign Affairs, .
H S f[b tf Del -ame, the reply of Spain to the
peace terms of the United States. The
reply was subsequently cabled to the
French Ambassador to the United
: '.} .._..,.
F CUBA eived at Washington.
Special to the Tribune. e
SW*-4rton., Aug. S.-Spain's answer
WM Ut roksl- to the Ameirean peabe terms was re-
t etived at the French Embassy at 3:40
o'clock this afternoon. The answer
was in cipher, and was quite long. The
wfiar- embuasy staff began the translation at
once, but tt was seen that it would take
some time, and at the hour the offices
of the State Department closed this
S o afternoon, nothing had been heard from
e r y of the French Ambassador.
ma offered by The reply, it is expected, will be
-t lAcetane handed to the President to-night or
do early to-morrow morning. The answer
vltw l egavnch of pain has not yet been made public.
mrvtut It Is hinted that Spain,!n accepting
S the terms, makes one or two conditions
rg which will not be accepted by the Uni-
ted States.
ahedss too aon The conditions are admitted to be
sueh that Spain will readily withdraw
when she sees that there is no us' in
attempting to qualify the terms offered.
-A dlepanth In the meantime, the gossip is unoffi-
* "ULMU tb clal, but*to the efect that Secretary .of
.sl9taf'ece War RuseUll A. Alger, said to-night
tbit he lmr that the war would only end when the
tet bead cb peace treaty is ofcially signed.
M 1bet tht The Spanish Version
NwaA maroi of
laid Special to the Tribune.
keAM1 r 5 to Madrid. August .--El Liberal, an ofB-
Mattt ftet cal organ aays: -'The government ac-
re2 pay toe cepts the United states' conditions, ad-
M" rthta s n- rferalumn, believing that it is not au-
, A*tb*lN ts thoried to cede territory without a vote
o the Cortes.
S" the.President Objects the Cortes
will he convoked in special session this
it th a --e "A f rah note from President McKln-
a, p. iey le expected during the course of thib
Continuing, El Llberlal expresses the
t rritt~l i- opinion that "Certain passage of
10L t Nt ftie SftSa's reply may lead to the exchange
ai .i 1: 'eto of cable mesages of a most critical
$951, g CE nature, possibly creating fresh difficul-
Satm ts ."
SO "S __cm
set Abiohute Sod COunditione

Spelat to the Tribune.
SWeda rt o. August 8, 11:30 p.m.-The
reply ` t has not yet been made
lm basest t ia l. ,gc ely is claimed to be both
Sser hLft thet tionnlA.

i Ch~' elgA Wl Of Ltautenant-olonel of the
- .Th 83fth ,gsaan l anf Damages.
om twgo
Sspua to u. u ne.
Osoad apUS Mich., Agusa t 1.-Mrs.
EiSaLs John 'Vdas wife of Lieutenant Colonel
: '..-'- Vog, of the IThrtyt-cond Mipchigan vol-
th1 An l mts1ers. now at Permnandin, Fa., to-
day began a eult against Ms Rose
S Vaedenrulia for $18,000 damage, lleg-e
" lgl; s ,ela r oon of her husband's affec-

.le lbe had already filed sult against her
~liS^^- :** husband tor separate sneipesefnte de-
1'iir xr 1i *de. dertug that he had eontributed noth-
$ar to Ms fLyP we Wiprt alace his reg-

lgw a bat CaLc- 0' geopte t Tamp met Let. Col.
lf S na ht Iba, whie the Madaliclan volunteers
we mp as e atPalmetto Beach. This
,i&.Sbd t tO llme, & a esmt serpriss to them.
* .-Yi e: .ar -.. _--

edl to Cub. She left Key aL.=oi that several other euits would be settled F
Waet forif tiago on hJuly t and e extend a heartfelt sympathy to mourn- very shortly.
West for Seatlago on July H and ar- li~ parents so bereaved. This is an shortly
rtved on July r. Quartermster Hum- Ma et e oe a cvied an Chief Wer reported that usles ar-
absolute rule among a ctFiwiled and
hr at Santiago, wa cabled several anpeople. I a sorry to s rangement were made to pay the em-
dacY.aiM from Whhinguton for news as ploye eo the sanitary department, all
to her whereahosI Hte replied that that there ae exceptions to this rlp, of thes wo refuse to work after
ahe was not in sn-t~t 99. and an exampLe of this can he found in to-night, and the work would top
the Plant Clty Oourier, who in giving This is a serlos matter, but there bhinl
XB PO MD DXAD.. an account of the sad killing of my son no cash available for th e and, nothing
SAshley rafew daysago. Te account as could be done.
-----lm plhley in f hew d oo.u ir taeo am r report of the cash account of the
A Wel E n nBr r s mbs published in the Courierisal and fre deptmet was submitted by Ch
to TypL ad.-Mat lh l O. lUbelous, and appears to have been wrl-t arris. The chief also submitted a re-
ten for the piueoee of adding a heavy port of the department for the month
Special to the Tlbe. grlet to an already great sorrow, hut of July. Thereports were adopted
The ruling at the mnipal eJudge In
Waligtono Augst --Te War De- I nppoe., and hope I can be a'counted cases here srtes had beSe arrested
ttesepwt ha received notficatlon of n the grounds of sevilty rather than dor riding on the eidewaleJ of the bl-
ts 4th of BrigdIer General John L an intentional purpose of adding weight fayette street bridge was the object of
Pad .He died at AsBeviiie to-day to our irleL Yours truly, ewho moved that the jCudge be
Of 1"haft tever. EL WOOD. who moped that t e e n lmte4
SWOOD to explain to the oncs why he bud
imposed a fine in onesoe asd ade nge
amp. "He. ea ereban fCooelo"ine. labtaes t a ai for the southrn were two a ee and. ae say w h :
So n Ob Seytsnch Baited eltr of Flr a Ivedin the ty e was ledfor. e dWq l o the .mw on '
ISsi~4~i w made a iigac yesterdYWe wMl leave for Jackson. was declared estrfe. The mem .. -
aa a 'il. -,-,-Ab,,., ocNiagh e ,mo.b then atourned.' -
a '..

,.. -,a ]-.,.. ..... ... : : .--- ,

llarlal Fevers and ochb Weakted. Inch eadway With His Ary. making Setualts. U It

Fight in
Troops Not in any PPr icular Danger, They Have Had Every Thing Thcir Councilman Kruse Orilicis the RuL Ailnr
Bays the Genera: Co-inanding Own Way Since Landing at Port ings of the municipal Judge and
ihe Forces at S.atega-Re I of Ponce- Resisting of Volun- Wants an xplanation- Bou-
pprt :a Ecouragirtg teere Has Ceased. tine suainesa Transacted

Special to the Tribune. Special to the Trfbune. From Tuesday's Dallvy l
Washington, August 8-General Shal- Port of Ppnce, August 7, 10 p.m., via. During the absence irum the city of
ter has telegraphed the President re- August -Nothng Myor Boer, President Frank Bruen
garding the publication of the "Round St Thomas Augut .-Nothing denite Ma Cit Council is acting mayor,
Robin" signed by the general officers has been received here In regard to the and in th apait y cannot preside at yo r, L
of his command, as follows: peace negotiations between the United the meeting of the council consequently
"I can very readily see the intense States and Spain, and General Miles Is Councilman Lesley Brown, president pro
excitement the publication must have stUll operating under orders to secure tern presided at the meting last nlgbt
occasioned. A great deal more than c l transacted very little b -
the situation warranted, no doubt. the downfall of San Juan, and all other The couni transacted very little be-
The situation i a rranted, no doubted Spani cities as o psible. ness at the meeting Friday night, be-
The situation is greatly aggravated peneratb ile asn v head sides adopting the budget, and the meet- .TIVS
from the fact that before, any of the IGeneral lle ng last night was for the purpose of
men were taken with yellow fever they quarters from Pence to Juan D n disposing of the regular routine buai-
were thoroughly exhausted. At least General Guy Henry, the divisionco- er the reading and approval
seventy-ye percent of the command mander is advancing rapidly upon Ad- of the monte neswas transacted
had been down with malarial fever, juntame. General Brooke's column is ad-as follows The petition to change
from which they recovered slowly, and dancing on Arroyo, and to being es- aerial w Hyde Park t
are in no condition to stand an attack scored b Troop A. of New York, and avene s to ed, from pebble N de
the Philadelphia troop of cavalry, and avenue Is be paced, from pebble Ne
of yellow fever or dysentery. phosphate to vitrified brick was refer-
'As they are placed here now. they Troop iH, of the sixth cavalry. They red to the councilmen from the Third
are In the condition in which they were are marching along the coast road. ward
when they came here. I do not believe The soldiers are all in good condition, he communication rom the engineer
them to be in any particular danger... and the officers in command are elated he Board Public Works, n regard Special to
(Signed) -SHAFTER.. now bele tes the army. They to the preparations for paving Florida Hong K
now believe that when San Juan is avenue was read and a resolution was German sti
SPANISH SLOOP aUNK. reached, only a feeble resistance will be adt reacting the Board of Pubic Mnlla A
'offered by the troops for the naval yes- adopted directing the Board of Puhlic Misnita At
Tug -dson Fe offered by the t bomard t e avahe- Works to have the curbing set along the brought -t
Tug Hudson Gets in Some Fine Work 's will begin the bombardment when- street from Whiting street to Michigan gagement
Off North Cuba. ever they receive the signal that the avenue. so as to retain the sand which American
army is ready. otherwise would be washed away since In this
Special to the Tribune. nerl Mile hashe street has been graded. under en
Key West, August 8.-The tug Hud- his men in this campaign, and the men Mesrs. Boulware & Tucker, under- and only lo
which ha ben with the as e greatly encouraged over the wonder- takers, requested that they be allowed thirty-seve
the whicrth Cuhas been coast the nas on ul success they have already met with. urial space in the city cemetery in pay- los is not
the N.rth CuLa.n coast blockade, sank They will fht until orders from W ash-the city cemete I py- i not
a little Spanhh sloop a few nights ago, ingten ment for services In burying the city The Insur
and captured another one off Cardenas, paupers. Referred to the cemetery Agulnaldo
Saturday. The captured sloop was the IrLITATED TBE NEGROES. committee, took no pa
Christina, and was loaded with fish, a A bill ct the Emergency Hospital for On the n
Quantity oT which were served up for A Party of Teamster* Attempt to $100 for caring for Colonel Hardee, who made by
breakfast for the Hudson's ren, who Rue Their Comrade From l was shot and wounded by City Marahal American
had little left in the way of provision ro Frank Iurke, while the said Hardee Manila.
Three Spaniards who were on the Chris- Enouragd by thesuccess of the was insane, was received and referred oer three
tina, put off in their tender when they to the finance committee, desperate
saw the Hudson approaching, anr, negroes in rescuing a prisoner from the A petition from the directors of the American
gained a key just off shore. county Jail Saturday night, a party of Children's Home, asking that the City of the Ami
The converted'yacht Oneida also came teamsters belonging to one of the army Council appropriate $30 per month for lards hack
from the blockade Sunday. She reports wagcn trains went to the jail Sunda the Home was received. On motion, The Ame
that day before yesterday a body of the council granted the petition, but It sh centre
'Sdanish Infantry fired about thirty night itn tne at ed intention of res was stated that there are no funds A second
rifle shots at her from a point on the ucng two teamsters who are being held available at present. Spaniards
beach several miles east of Morro on a charge of larceny of government There was no report of the finance again re
Castle. The gunboat did not return the property. committee, as the many problems now bush leavi
fre. The men *ere not successful in their in the hands of the committee have not The Spanh
design, for the sheriff this time had an yet hen solved on the o
DAY TO R IXON. adequate guard stationed at the jail, The street committee submitted with which the;
and the teamsters were driven off by a Its approval, petitions for paving aeverai 'Americams
Secretary of State Will Retire Prom number of shots fred by the deputies, streets. The petitions were granted. An eti
Cabinet When Pesce is Secured. The shooting was started by one of the and the Board of Public Works Inatruc- in these U
--teamster who fired while his revolver ted to have the ame paved. The va- killed and
Special to the Tribwas still in his pocket rios washouts in various parts of the oe. in thi
Special to the Tribune. The sheriff will keep a strong guard city caused by the recent heavy rains, battaion
New York, Augulst L-A special to the at the Jail as long as any soldiers and caused considerable discussion, and the battalion
Herald from Waahingtun says: "In con- teamsters remain In Tamps,and the city engineer and street committee were Third artu
necton with the probable selection of guard will have orders to shoot at the requested to prorlbti^ attend to the Utah oath
Secretary of State Day as one of the first sign of attack on the ji a e r equested to promptly attend to the he e.t
Peace commiasloners, It is stated thatsame. The condition of Frankln street The eng
Judge Day will at an early date retire was declared by Councilman Frecker to bours, an
from the office of Secretary of State, and Conventon Noteb. e a disgrace to any civilized commun- driven ba
conclude his labors as a member o the ty, and he urged that something be
cabinet. He wil resume his practice of The Times-Union and Citizen pubeg done to better the condition of the street.
law in Canton, Ohio. lished the following among its notes on No action was taken by the council.
"Although this is the first public an- the State Democratic convention held Councilman Brown, chairman of the Special to
nouncement that Judge Day intends to in Orlando last week: Police committee, reported that he had Wasabln
retire from public life, It has long been "Delegates who had not been in Or- examined the food furnished the city rltta reo
known to his most intimate friends that lando for several years noted many im prisoners, and found it to be of very celved by
when he accepted the port-folio he provements, showing that there is "life poor quality and badly cooked. He follows:
would resign the office immediately in the old town yet," despite the freezes moved that the matter be investigated. "Genera
after peace had been restored between of the past The pineapple industry and if necessary, to make a change in here on Ju
Spain and the United States seems to be booming, and some of the the matter of feeding the prisoners, of alone
Jacksonville delegates brought back The police patrol question came up occurred
WAS TEgg USSX W&,ust usP very handsome specimens of the fruit, again. It was announced that there LIAte nan
"G. B. Sparkman, the old "war horse" were no horses for the wagon, and Mr. corps.
A Steamer Arriving at New York So .rom Hillsborough, believes in resolut- Brown offered to provide horses and "The wo
,eports the MCorg~a Liner. tng. He is a power in every conven- answer calls for t1 for each call The been gpeai
Stlon. wagon under this arrangement is to be high surf.
The 'New York Herald of Sunday pub- R". A. Burford of Ocala made s par. kept in Mr. Brown's stable. The offer ."T gain
lished the following, concerning the ticularly eloquent speech in presenting of Mr. Brown was accepted. The wagon eral Greet
transport Gusaie of the Mogan une, W. A, Allen of McIntosh as a candidate is not to be called to carry prisoners ine the li
which left Port Tampa on July 16 bound for Railroad Comrmissioner. He spoke arrested within five or six blocks of the The Spanl
for Santiago with 4t teassmters and a with an earnestness and fervqr that station, and is not to be used to haul and in lar
cargo tf commissary store: held the closest attention of the dele- the police to and from their beats, haved wet
"Th steamer Andes of the Atlas line, gates who congratulated him heartily The city attorney stated that on was nusn
which arrived yesterday from Port on his err.rt." August 5 he turned into the city treas- ments, alt
Limon, Costa Rica, reported that on urer the sum of $38311 and on August The 0pa5i
August 2 the wreck of the steamer A Kalicous Report 8, he turned in the sum of H8U.9 tte hese y O
GuM e wa eet on th Colorado n Turkey Crek, Fa, August I sums having been collected in settle- lh htiyw
off the Whet coet of Cubs The walk- ment of tax suits, Oe stated that the
lg bem sad paddle boea were l that a sd thin to lose a child, especially Tampa Bay Hotel Companys taxes had CoL Is
vle. aohave one nted rom you in the been settled, and he had received a registered
Th Gussi is a emall aide wheel prime of manhood, without a moment's drat for SI 280 in payment. and thi d!y.
steamer Gasdle ias beena small aide wheeral notice, and find a bleeding corpse at drat or 580 In padmett, and this dayr
steamer and has been used or several r t would be paid this week. He reported
expedtiomto Cdia. he lft K y -r thaesverlAthelclt woldbedetle

" . ?'"

the Phtippii esletwein ;
cans and Spair

UIs in lapo ti a

la by3 p t ae "

my of ni*. ps

the Tribune.
ong, China, August

eamship Patriarch, whib left'
u Took arrived to-dafty a
be fArt new -ot a severe ea-
between the SpaniMh a
forces near Malnl.
engagement the Aawdelsewa:
eral Merritt. were ,act00
at eleven men killed ead bt
tn wounded. Their S-paai
known, but was quite heix -
gent force underGeneral
remained neutral. t1he'.
rt in the fight. .
eight of July 1. a a attack wa 'w
the 8anish force upon the
camp between C&vtte ad
The Spanish forces nabsered
Sthou d aMen. and weral
charge weare madm pen the
line. but each time the ire
erican troops drove the 8pse-

ricans finally kee theM e :
and the Spealad f rwet t
d attack was m-ad4 tw -e
a Uttle later, but they we a
alsed, and retreated Inth the

ad leading to Mana, Ma
y -ppeVe*ey expected a -
n troca U o bo advase I
ate place tihe pMlah tl t.
oree battles at more thaL :
wounded. The .A- ematee fO.
i engsgae-t w ae tthe "l .
of the Tenth r ...Mr alii.
of the irat Calforia, the.
arp ean Battery A. to *.
aoUa artillery.m .-
fgs-vant lasted bat thteet e
d the Spaniards were. Ba'd
ck into tge city of tMaal, .I

xeirtta eRepport.o

the Tribunea.'
S ton, As lM~st. M 4al g
art of the battle baa -
Secretary Alger, ao e is

L MnoAthu.r troops -aT
uy S31s There t is no el
Samona them, b but fte4teM da ;
on the voyage, aoae heN'.
t Kerr of ,the elis0ig

tk of landtorg at te campba-'
tLy delayed on aecoont of
an approach to tbecity1 O4B-.
re outpoets adv-aeed to Cee- p
Lards atteaked thep 5mpeei,
ge numbers, but O r -
I an held theIr pN5 ttoR H
wrery to calrs goreolreho'&
hough greatly ota ed,
sh los e is raretd to be i s

. Jeu Pselegof St
at the Almaeris otle r

,a.ee andno e a ..., and -lim r i
.rs f r t ern a o_b both-were; tFalkt awwyah
... to notice hi s ae The eWas .p

Ast d~ a s O m 8r no r ch airm a othlg p erL a e the o hehon an d took hi s t h a.
191_.1_ fK_.=1XhtfAIIon, Tumlasy mAu*w erl
greatly for the want of food and water.
WAa the Cuanty or lici atlon was pers ono W h Th C ns of their night wat spent on the lonely
and wl choe n sp s, i f O and then the through agindy, h ot
tw nr ~ dde ~ dd no (a of U thirst became almost unbearable, but et a th
OWLt. ,From Thi.reda's baily. 01still norelief came to htm. About noon
> t raav b-. rey n~Iom~e icaes af thisma s Haborough the schooner Herrick came along a sad e tr
oCoary neid theIr county convention in his signals were seen by Capt 'FrBed
it tlWC Ce eAUa mtaty nailoJe yesterday amid great e- COIVALECENTS eFRO CUBA Thomas, and the venel came in clo se ec ts o l f S t
sa' n an4i hannah o oruu-et. the beacon and took him oeff. w e
iPotP' lray at 1 o 'cock it was called to He had been without food or water
taa a o;i orery L B. Skinner, chairman of the Name ofthe Wound anmd Sick and for orty hours, and his sudfering was to e c
1e -i erai committee. made all the greater by the lonesome- e Tr h Ibeed t*h r e --pa
6ta.r kelr ad to Boon permanent organization was per- Transports on Which They Came. ness of the situation. Surrounded by Was & ed t-Proprert Oter i
1 r fected oy electinge Lon. knner, chair- a:nr and not a drop to drink. Boate
as seapi~ *.cidgs?5. man, and W. A.'Platt secret5' Tihe No huspiCious Cases of Any .. the distance. and his signals ofHYde ?Zark Aveue M am
ira*U yI* er twe uotcrs thanked the convention fur Kind re rtine. not un ..ra. He says thpt it was an e r P o ta
me honors conferred upon them in neat experietcc that he never wants to go Vitnfed Brick Paerp too It w n
and well chosen speeces, and tea the through again.
iy' all i Ul.tr routine o sines tswa transacted.From Friday's Daily The pile driver nas not yet been heard o t hrd r e e o
or re a tent in the camp A conittee on credentials waaoa- Iate follow wing is a complete list of and It Is feared that it may be lost om y Bot
, ar ter ca mp togs oipated coenloertg of M G. Gibbons, officers soidiee, newspaper oorrepon- ad the negro on board drowned The Then ity Crncen of TsT, do S
Stauner, o ba yster- ~ B. Reynolds, t. Hanna, Tomas aents and others brought from Santiago lighter and cargo of the schooner Stan- not appear tc be Iimpre sed i th d
Satgl oe mau aoT so litxniigh and 0 . NoblItt. on the transports Lantiago, Yuctta bury are still at the bottom of th bay, import tof acting pr tmpty a t
Lt NoNa ite Three contents which reported In favor San Marccs, and Comal now at qar- but may yet be saved. The lighter hoae o med etln Prntly
.diei aV s ftv c ace men of the regular delegations from pre- anine at Egmont Key. had on board a driving outfit and i the ci'ty' apaineeI i he ii-
re se rut rr-. rain a tecr cicts 28 and 29, and divided the vote A packer of the Thirteenth Infantry wrecking machinery valued at about Deaa ie maner. The tineset far the, pe
Fem, utL "4iUt it Leu ntu neI b between the delegations from precinct died on the voyage. The passengers tet. eg in 8 P very, i t e
eU. ue toos any o the occu- No. I are all in good spirits, and there is not The storm was terrific down the bay, "ny ol time i nar ths rl e
:. a AS.t summon' seip,. a The chairman then appointed the foi- a suspicious case of any kind of die- and great damage was done In many the olime now th i hle t whe -r
l t joog comr mitree to select delegates to aser at the quarantine station. A num- place. remains to
eo tothes eere sat d Conreassona coa~en- ber ill bereeaaed e rea to-day who will im- be dtpoaed oL Last night it Wa .,
de tbetions. Ite lnasfnollows. e. Gibbons, medalely g o their way rejoicin g e we nearly 'clock before a quorum was
nM ma a"s Ad wasu rC 1cr W. W. Hunt. and F. W. ReynolGd The COeAL. o eneandtet tof
wors wnyam Cev(teiac.ia, comanUtee was instructed to select Major W. G. altinner. Captain H. gotten tFether, and the tr. .-.p of
rfn.tly een sent o tuu fourteen delegates to the State .cove- Marcot, J. cNaughton, 2 private, fl. 'i & P. TraIn Derailed bty a Wah- busine- begun s ad o
i thtne attalion. uton, and sixteen to the congressional stevedores, nine correspondents, one out Three ile Prom Town, Thos present at the meUirst wwre 4r
i .Spladunrngt ll gt qm c oiueton, each delegate to hare a Red Cross nurse and five officers' ser- Presdent Bruan and Coucimn Brwn. he5til!
As n tothin liktI has been hall vote. vants. The South boundFlo.ridaCentral and de Armas ma siWebi trcue
So Igis ti R'kvaot byreod The committee on delegates made Its SAN 'ARCOS. ne ,oh.od Prva c-. trWr cke. . .,Iha orae We b ril r- n
Of deco New ork, po which was adopted as olow: Major Lewleh, 1st United States vol- Peninsular railroad tradn e here at HolmesMorga, and Phillip,
nsome six weea ago, wbhie To the State convention--h. ,Gun- unteer cavalry; S Lleutensrt, Chas. 5:50 p.m., was badly wrSd while com- The frst businessI saosed was-theW 10dl R
mat was encamped on the by, (. B. Reyvnolds, a WB Witey. It.ID. P. George, 1ath infantry; 2nd euten- reading of ptn Po. groe
The men-that are now camp- iewls, L. B. Skinner, Wm. Hunter, M. ant H. k. Stout, Sixth cavalry; 20 dia- ing into the city yesterday afternoon. edi of petton rom te property l
the tpa ilenes are. bnnlng -. Gibbons, Thos. t-.rnight. Frank W. charged soldiers. i2 teamsters, and the owners along Hyde a rk avenue, t na chse balt
of soppig in any tent at Reynolds, C. C. CaurltonW W. Hunt, remains of Lieutenant Babcck or the and t wa a great wonder that all the that the resotidirecting the paving
es Undertaker Lovngreees Carlos Aala.0. Noblett. .F. G. asd Michigan regiment wht died at passengers escape wdih their lives or or the &e =- -with phosphste .,
d whether the buody wtil br Coaelloa-. RO. unhy, R SANTI AND YUCATAN. without serious injury. considered, and that the Board of Publc CmWIbI- ^ t
* or -eat beck to Cleveland, Hao llcs Thomas, S A-. enn, W. st IilinoLs-Private George Stevenson, The train was running about thirty Works bh directed to use vitrified rthec whm fO,; trwjt.DI
& Platt, Peter Johnson, I. W. Mitchell, Corporal Oheppard;o 7at New York, Pri- hfor paving Hi PaLrk avenufrmh w 0
Frank B. Davis, Charles Dootte, C. vat C. edict, ad Paul Prrin; miles an hour, of the Tampa Bay Hotel to s-
3 nhff liE i -B. B anchard, Char.les Kelly B. ,th Ohio, Private John Robinson; th gers' statements, when about three bont h.y.
Hearvey, Ch"u Weisberg, E. A. Cooper. Privates & F. L 2 1oro, J, ,Ba agma mer depon sTFuck y A the, t lhe Te.nAF.
U L. CpRamon Rivero, T. er .WilaPmi &RWnliamn Dimoond, P. hL BSlvan, Jno.so the Tama deot r frm the Board of
The report wasn adopted without dlis- oCread.y, F. Johnson. F. W. Brozman, washout The engine passed over Puble Works was read, encloaing, a re- t__
Eud Up the wrog ent, after which the following county Dennc oyle, Corporal. P. Grimm. rur-o T a o e i nn t of oeinrHasleurst fZor a-
oet I the poe b F was nominated: geon W, Ak cCormcl; tith Mans.b .ur- safety, but the tender was derailed, andl- ten .g -aln m- r a te
t Il the o utn.IGeh by For Jthe Legislature-R. anna, geon, F. T.J. Jaccson; 2nd Mass.i, .sua- every coach was jth t.ammed upon each
Captain Jle -. Charles Donovan. es W. oG. Cmornell,ant Witer, tch avenue placed in position the oeet lw -t the I
Wes Ditnly. Assessor-S. A. Glenn. Hayes; Privates Plowman, Greene, Vet- The baggage car was thrown to one sewers had been laid on this street, and- i e aie :-l
Steamster who belongs to Collector-F. B. Morrison. i n, C. Thomas, W. r it and R ami. side of the track, and the trunks inside eeo u er the on dps 5, AdI *,
s iet mph Roger made a h Board of Education-C. C. C.ICarltoni, J. tiington. street raded butler the cub-
i t eat ey 0. Farr. r cigan-Lieutenant C. A. A- re pItched about promiciously. l is placed in position to t retain the- ;1 oahk. I$U65 nad.
i wau n dertham cost him e Rel I.o were adopted endorsing inson, Private u. Nortros ,. Baggagemaster a son was struck by sanoc, the street will have to be graded City.Atolty.sle 'po
e" s under the impression tol-^t, ber ead edosn S iS ^
I-an Internal revenue colect-h ministration in its conduct of the Mctrgor, C. it. Bycr, Joseph .a tibble, several of the trunks and was the moat again before 'being paved. t- ontus lt1Afik
Ot nine elock took up his warand generally, eulogizing Colonel Edaart Zentry, AllenLeTon nd ico- bady insured of say one on the train. The regular ordr of business waon t zO
the'coaner of Nebraska and Gunli; and Judge Long, and pledging dui-, Archis Hammond, Fred Cainn, He as taken out of the wreck and $inwr Jlrs4 $&I
e to coect i dues from the the party to the fulfillment ct it duties. Wllan Sine, Josep eFontaneW- a taken out o the wreck nd motion ofCouncilman Holmes d p nseud t i; Total, 85.-
r. Unfortumately for him, Tne following executive committee lace ddy, C. H. Ieeves, Elmer s~aker, brought to Tampa on the engine about with, and therport of the finance oot- Tax colesor I' -8 iper
I- Jones, a the police force waselected: L B. dinner, L A. .Frank o um ter, C yrus Dunnen, Rih- 6 o'clock, and was' giv. necessary mittes wa taken up. It was in sub- nsyw oila OD h"'h
it mean to-happe along It Glenn, J. Ret Williams, H. M. Harvey, ard Smythe, J. Canel, Robert Price, Gieu. surgical treatment. sta personal pr.te-ri .
ak,. and when the captain Chsil. Doolittle, F, S. Morrison, E. S. Co, e Cotrnelus W ico M Large, stanc a& uv To -
p to the negro, the latter Cooper, V. A. Floyd, W. W. Hooper, Mlaor 3. B.Webb, Captain Dotheld, The first passenger roach was thrown Toa, Fla, Aug.,tIM We7 hba ea-ethe
i to hault. anovng(oa& big C. N. Brigham, W. W. Hunt, 4. E. Colonel C. H. Hoynton. to tLe south of the tracl; the next To Mr, Fank Bruen. President of the talon'salr- at l4-1
tol up under te a tNoblet. reG. Parcell, Thoa. Mc- lt Cavalry--Private R. Ranmau- coach wans stung to the north, and the City Counci our committee on depart ,', ,liO ri
pheuise the demand. Tho eKnight, Ramon Rivero, A. T. Williams, se1L City Council.; Your committee on
ed him to rpeat his e H. C. Ginhos, C. h. Smith d Cavalry-PrIvates Allen Heanc-, C. f rst-cla coach on the a end of finance beg ave to report the following It habee ..
Wderthat there might be Thomas. R D. Lewis. H Young, tenry &tasourn, hdwaid trai, was pitched far to the south but budget for the year A tIetpp.raoO ai
tandin tIn the matter, also The convention having finished Its Briggs. telescoped to some extent with the pre- FIXthese deI ;artmas5 4.aa u
e to hits own pistol out work, adjourned at o'clock. cavalry-Major H. W Wessel feeding coach. -
w r a e h xvt Citay etafiry--ieuna ,H_ T 'Ii- great forc, Ctn p ul i 1cates; $27,000; ent. ; puvd MF, :
Tas tbea said the second The principal participants admit that Prvaters Jno. Bigger, Joseph Linger- In the rear coach were tat h of Caty Cert Bcate, 27000. Inte re st on '
N- you. amid halitI" here- they have no possible show of electing brink dward WaL sou, W. T. Dudie-l. -Bonds O 2u' o; Bridge Certinste e leaK ttra ins0 pL-af--
egky Captaq shot he any republicans In the county, but they 0h eCavari-ieutonnt J. I. iemvoo paoengers, and as this coach wasIa interest thereon 8 H drat renat Oi tob
flWayma straight through simply desire to keep their strength Private keter-Neisulo. mcit severely damaged, the occupants l M tee5on 400e4 -9&taJt
a t Ion h Nis tllesfant had polled, so as to be ready tor any em9r- th Cavairy-Private J, W. Irwin. received the most serious Injuries. Mrs. U al o n a
S i' The negro fell gency and show to the republicans of la Volunteer Cavalry-PraLes Jio .,- j. obr a eewsanthrown.agant GENERAL FUNDS.
and the ofcer thon ht he Florida that they are thoroughly infatu- O'eIll thrown.in. aa oinlne-. Pol'e D-o
intatsa s d t .cople of ated with E. R. Gunby, an caan be dt- Henry .lng, a s a cand struck aher right cheek with aren't 0-" P nl D o -
e abotk whoran up at ended upon as his backers. tnao Intautry-Leutenantt H X Wl- great force, causing a painful bruise. U0partmenat ho ranitar Dpartm lpev ra by CoNeb -
~rN a ITa B and1 amlO o kins. Corpot W. c. uhiu, trivaLe Mien- n was ret thought that the 000 jHealth Department. ; Sal- mv ta. -.b
pistolwas foand lying Sicr headache, biousess, constlpa- ',W wasbroken, but upor ."-oom ha" f0 eta..
_S owbtshe _fa,6W man's tion and all liver and stomach trouble rcd infantry-Lieutenant. W w. Bar- tRe.k! n. Wat pon e t, Councl's conmtneta as defmhea; o d ap e atnen ,V
'es- And l d empty aabbard can be cured quickly by using those La- ke, JAlustcran Joseph aoore. rrivates was found to be wiong, H Totat. $MoOsGrn&tmtl ss B:B
maG ll p nwn as its LIt- GM 'ansan senior, L k '- and little girl were bruised but not hurt ibunb tota n to, the
.ii plat, ltlisee bait~ti Er r w ugh ieoer. ioulaenaTe. HtegAo ersHolaneh otony etxte.nt
*`e-. Jwe yog clow of toe Eariy Risers They are pleaean sn, av1eth. Cc Pae, o.f raised fP or fixwshas o t charoBgna lenarad roun- '"
^ the 8 sop beaan to to take, and never gripe. Sold by S. B. vates J I- Snnon, Edward. \v o d. A Cuban child was pitched across tbat t
itf |rthelt lonh di e Co. .. i niantry--eurgeon CosneUuson. car and -utelued cpainful but not sgr- of a-thi.e A
S 7w' w 1ans he nates art Tet "unicy,. uo. i-eary, ious itjprtes.- A gentteean, whose We have deemed it expeinlen to to- -
55asmU hI his of her brother, Robete Nettle nunay, sin ianirr Dauglus-Y. name culd not ~ IsIed, had his bead era departments tahIea em frni the
l s ate wasasd cogesltonh e nobr ta sick only a stcut n -r.ivateA. l and the wound rod profusely, but bow "
S Aoa trin.few days, and her death was a shock 9Lo inantry--PrIvates r. Van orock- the uWry waa not consWiered e. t o, e depment nd te epn
l --r" .....; 'md that h oto her many friends here and in Gaines-lln, JAu. Anaruluis AlL oa the other passengers were- mo re. o. etomnee Tcordty Yr t -"
waatei.aaOuA,' J.patxol vilea where she was from. She was a 12L infantry-Lieutenant o. L l- Her- A hmisd aoi were all s gs indeed m W note th we have only y Fet aside.
on a", .-"i-l y sweet youw g woman, otfmoit estimable sey, Privates W. C. Head, F. Poultoi or le bruned d wee all glad indeed the sum of two thousand dolarstortC ,
,pv~W~n hau by character and qualities, She had many 3th lndantry-'Privates J. 0. Keefe. to escape more severe injuries. dens p department, this i done vise- tInrnedwLneinvie
Sht O friends ho loved her, a be whom n McDerm ort. them wa ketdd to the clty limisha ofL atfeaict ill money =cetd ni oa

be.i sdye-.s se Her raem ais e 1th Infatry-Leuenean 0.m Oe ow they took tr he street caradamaniix lrer oasreaid oflan
:: ,imi".P far y Udrae Hotchngnhie- ar, ntr --rCo.poral wv. V Uhladwon.T. vn to. The majority waited i
s Wise. Havool Salve liucklew C. Belley. sts-. Doztse, m- agent of the roadctt do0haa the Polico denamtment wil bsMt 0, h
ele' 1as a is te the finest tUieosrptiOS onl marka 1th lnfafltrCl-1ne e corporal Cad tally to the scene and rendered every tsse- sait sustai We have timated
a h nuiea, th nat- sergeant, one son- tanta to the passengers his ssmS with
think (he same. ft also cures eceema 1st atie-Pvte J H. Theae. doubtui f i can be cleared by tonhLethousnddolasoulnt
Z#-*& T otOtHPo ` amu Cort.; Jno. Dutl Eel tao tions. L.oonerdiFron HuSghes and Louls ewis
^lob Ar tr a J^ W. inom n.a- but a lar ge forte -o-fg^ me wer at oes .ha sftee- t..ao dollars, Pi men trsg

Su~- ~se h fo8sod aerscala are n umasters Clerk C. P. Daly, Comm ssas-y JnoI led. wrashed out from under the1 four 1S. aaa mountst to -

~s~ -hwwse odeedUaen.Sevswa wotlSO~O t hm 'V., Major D. WIlerson oma- d'Oou atoachbolri t tole mcer enpae umiowa; rsm~ oh -aic iB-ir-it

mt.v'-:.iy rr-e ordered B {eSBa lve was worth. $50.00 to him U g. 'V., Major D. B. Wilson, Corms- nn your saomacn begins to trouble made a Iow: *- l
griPerchant an4 buslneo It cureb his piles of ten years standing sary, Captain DeWlit Wllan, A. A. G. ou, it needs help. The help it needs. City Certificates of indebtedness, S
t tet tC rdwalks, a adY ses others to try t. It aW H. Ma. able of General Garcia s sta. is to digest your food, and, until it gets mills; Bridge Certflcates and interest and oi
't sion: diseases andd obti- A AOW you won't have any peace. omach thereon. 1-2 mills; Interest on.bod
h6"2-,Othereor anyhing nt O S1- Aills owterest on .bo 4L. 'dA:
wisad ,oraiers.S.B o l B- tABontr.I trouble is very distressing, very ohsti- 6 mills; Lighting Lund. 3 miu My HP
9 q'&tvd Me7 ilhctiit On Monday evening at the residence nate. very dangerous. ilany of the rental und, 2 mills,; Total for _U 0 eipt i
...,2- -eSei: of l ev W. I Obrnee Mr. C. H. WiVng Onm Beacon Without Wood or Water mot dangerous deieaesa begin with charges. 1 1-3 milla.-G eneal nin-- rt .
eect o, Ne and rs for Fpy Maours. simple indigestion. The reason is that expenses, t1-i mills Total, 8 Wm all.5a
Si5itper were happily married, Rev.
ta CiMOt- 'oabosre performing the ceremony. r. indigestion (not- digestion, not nour- In making p th brdret and at-
lieterwlWing is a prominent business man, both C. HIardester, o this cy, had a indigestion (nt- dgeon, nt nou-
n this and New York S The ide na w cae frm at as a r ishment) weakens the system and allows ins at the estimate, we have taken, 80 "asm l
.uli. idle is o. Tampa's brightest oshadisease germs to attack It. The anti- Inta consideraion-by past exerience, a b
oi ne of Tmpa's brightest and most of the storm that ragee on Tamps a oora it to e is each Baar VOMm SZ7, 4L]LI
i_ rm itign hdesand a daughter of the Monday night, and all day Tuesday. dote is Shaker Digestive Cordial, that there Is each year from *00 to-
aqt Mr .s G Randall. They will re- Mr. Hardester was engineer on the pie strengthening, nourishing, curative. It $30,000 not collected owing to the fail-. r s- -
.m AUln TaTni tifor the present, and are driver owned by Syd. Washington, and cures indigestion and renews strength ure of no o-pqoyment if tsxe sa4d4 X-
e-eW beLm te thek friends, at the corner at the time the storm broke, the f ntit"
o J&t at pe drivr and a lighr wer at e and health It does this bg strengthen- lands being sold to thte city. We b ea nd r S
So an on atret. scene of the wreck of t hbe schmer ing the stomach, by helping it to digest alo taken into conderation, that each s
Wi your battles against disease by Stanbury in Tampa Bay. your food. It nourishes you. Shaker year there Is raised by lice-lses takes, fuly
acting promptly. One Minute Cough A large portion of the cargo Dgestive Cordial is made of pure herbs, between ten and fLteen thousand dlt-
... Cior produce immediate results. When of the sunken schooner has
:-e ae produceay immediate resuntsn. been O reovered, and ss h ooaded on plants and wine, is perfectly harmless lar.
the lighter. The storm came with such and will certainly cure all genuine We exceedingly regret that It become
a inr ,as And in later stages it furnih ,rompt fore, that the lighter .a sunk, and aU stomach trouble. Sold by druggists, our duty recommend to the Ci .
'trilfe- ,relMdeL A B. LIeonardL of the cargo of iron piling fcr the gov- e to 1 pe otl Council the racing of the e to m mng
ernment dock at Tortugas again went leved btn we find that oing t o
PartIes trom d"anatee county report to the bottom. The pile driver broke SHA.E NT leedSHOES buatt wbe a funtd the lnttlont ...w@
4A.c v t "o sPtr1. tmt the storm which raged Monday adritt, losing four anchors. it was S IN OU a- fa_ that the amount,_ of the rtuaoai
-tone0 to night and Tuesday did a great deal of driven down the bay by the force of the Allen's Fot-Ease, a powder for the taxable property In the-city this r... thi 1
ad NWo. dosage to the orange u-po. A great wind until it struck aalnst eoccon No.
bd Bdb. deaine go the orage crop. A breat wind until it struck against beacon No. painful swollen, smart has been lowered til the bl' board -6r, h^'lE^' -^
and caeerta. de.Oi the fmit waa thorned,-b being 5, about 22 miles from the city. __tl Ii res painful, swollen smart h as been lowered the -i wt
e ben back and forth amor g the W ien the pile driver .struck, Mr. ing nervouafeet and instantly takes 'EHilsation, and that the interest on
of Z) *sad while there is no way of Hardester climbed on the beacon, but the sting out of corns and bunions the entire bond I sue of this year-will be
IR T"a eit~tt the ost is thought to be a negro remained on board, and no It's the greatest comfort discovery o due and payable, It has'become oeea8- 0e 6 s4a-400
hie opd thssias ulte.a- by.the orange growers of doubt was driven asroes the bay, but. _
neawd.oftsh~ta g Ae- I to as yet nothing hls been heard of the the age. Aens oot-Ease ma raise. hveor
s JLn N. pile driver or negro. Mr. Hardester tight or new shoes feel easy. It I made the lowest possible estimate a ll ioacq- a .n~
u T inTsandeaeda person have been cured remained on the beacon irom s 1 o'clotp a certain cure for sweating, callous and of the department, and haWs ~end a -.in "i
Ss- sb t nW DeWltt's Wich HaIS Monday night until 12 oclck estera hot, tired, aching feet Try it to-day vored to make them so flmittvnty I are t,
als.14bgspMpite an&Wcurswhen he was taken off by the schooner
,w ah all n laa t gles hrre tic of the Crowell-Savaese line Sold by druggists and shoe stores. By to insre to the city. the bert s ervdeis, '
aWaP, M ad a Uaglt leases. It give which was passng up the bay. He mail for 25c. in stamps Trial package and at the same time have a tae -A h
glol as [ L eI Iai. r B.. T ,on reached the city last night and told a free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, L simple object of economy. A s
0 CU A (-- IN OS DA? ter dten on beacon JMonday Roy, N. T. Al of which is meet 4sa iallp y psubs
... -n igaht, Mr. Hardeeter did not expect any mTheAttor of theEvansaty, Pa Globe OCA
[ ',-tL igep- oj m rellief from his posr tion before da. ,- Miust Coug C are i C -
iB ^^ t a bu. t when dy light a mead samer WMinute Co Cre C. .
was M to pass far to the eastward he rightly namiad. LI cured ty cdcf a The f eolwl i e .eo..bS .......
4.C tbIhen began to eonse that he might after aotll tr remedies fide." It cas s-LIo reia: -
-uave .,sta- foursome time. The Mna-- _, i ad a. tiroat and Itali ?a to t _
d sgal no g -,"oing north int On p- p o.' b gt w- %
u's-i 'k? t
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m. A .. 13. s -W ; nw 1-4 of B 2-4 of 1-4. ad to the gx ai of ete tw "at +. t-. .
C. 0. rJT N3, the n 1-2 of o 1-4 of he 1-4 of s 1-4 of pa. ade by J-ojackb.% wspir *E
L RiNONTO, Maater in Chancery. sec e, towlmhip 12 south;'n nI- of aw 1-4 D,.
lldcitor for Complainant of ne 1-4 of nel- 4 of sec 4, township a1. Said sale winl take p e whr the
ic of Itnaitution of aw1 by AT- south. all In range 25 east the sw 1-4 said propery is now ituatd. ila thr ket 3
r m.n eo sof nw 1-4 of ae t,. township 1, south, above described real estate. and wbr e
and the nw 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 16, in poession of the same s taken Iuner Mary a.Porter. I. i
township 32, south of range 26 east, the the foregoing levtla baeeaos said pro-p Frali. as, fe a i& GL
SCtreut iCourtof the Siax. Judical r r- 1-2 of nw 1-4. and the n 1-2 of sw 1-4 erty is not easily movable, or would ndr ase 4 t &i" y -
o teSst e vfrorna" in odi rh:11.. of see 84; the se 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sec 35. be movable tt great irative expense; forelosore o mIot T ta
h uaetri- C iP-, I r. township 29, south of range 25 east, lots and said sale being made or the pur 9ta day olfMal.4, 2. y
.Jwit Ml ot u5 l c. 0nd aer 5, 6 7, 8. 9. 10, and 11 of subdivision pose of satisfying the above execution Barrn Phips a
. Vewa i a y. r.T.uas r tubo., w of Medora, and lots 10, 11 12, 1.4, 14, 16, and all costs afermSl tn favor r
a Tkio,. a d i Ib&tu B e.&kf... k. 1, 17, 18, 34. 1S M. 3. and 38 of block Dated at Tampa. Forida, this 29th et al. complaintof n*i5
Uer in iark dois buoosess ca five of the eubdivision of Medora. day of June, A. D. I22 ham K. Franklin, ot I
Aug a. the s+ a A s-a ci.d 1 *a .L And also the following realestate sit- IK.Spencer, will sell at l pebfe su
isC Ia i6,01 hd cW uated in the County of CItrus: n 1-3 of Sheriff of HEUlborough -County, Fa. court n. home do inthe t ~
ne 1-4 of nw 1-4 of ne 1-4, and w 1-2 of F. M. Slmonton, county and Stats aea i
LL WBOM IT MAY CO.CI.: now 1-4 of ne 1-4; ne 1-4 of nw 1-4. and e Attorney for the plaintiff. legal hoors of sLs ,aote
twice is hereby given that the above 1-2 of nw 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sec 9; ne 1-4 of in September. 116 thi mn M
led suit wherein the Liebig Manu- ne 1-4 of sec 10; se 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec COM1M SIONERS' SALE. 6th day tlZ otb efa*e oa-1to a, l
tng Company is plaintiff, and 32; ne 1-4 of w 1-4 of sec 1. all in town- and besbidderK the wtwe gS S
nas F. Stubbs. W. iotla Tison, and ship 17. south of range 16 east; ne 1-4 Under and by virtue of a decree o l&nd" lW ai d being At theo
na Rt. Peeples, late partners in of ne 1-4 of sec 18, township, 17, south of sale rendered on te 22nd day of June HinlborouBh. and State o
i, doing business and trading under range 17 east, ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec2 A D. 1898, by the a W. Ho re t partly la
firm name any style of Stubbs, towship 18, south of range 17 eam, o e ,A- D. 188, by tshe Hon. W. A. Hocker towit:
n & Company are defendants, has 1-4 of nw -4 of sec 16. township 19, Judge pro hac vice, in the case o Lot number one (1) of bihldlkitK
instituted by attachment, and that south of range 17 east; now 1-4 of ne 1-4 William H. Ferris vs. Josiah Ferrt. et (1), of Worth's swvey of thb ir
s of attachment therein have been of sec 15, township 17, south of rang Plant City, and beoinn* at t0it '
issued according to law, and levied 18 east,- se 1-4 of ne 1-4 of see 10; n 1-2 aL, pending In the Circuit Court of th eant corner ont te mBthLe t
the following property, situated in of ne 1-4 of eec 14, and lot five or ne 1-4 Sixth Judicial Circuit of the State of the southwest quarter of sMtfhh4t
5tate of Florida, and various coun- of se 1-4 of sec 35, all in township nine- Florida, in and for Hillaborough County. (*), township twenty-eitht )qseaw
therein and more particularly de- teen, south of range 18 east; ne 1-4 and In chancery, the undersigned Comnmls twenty-two ) ad the01L A r"MO
ed as follows, to-wit: the ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec 27, lot one in sioners, appointed by the Court to ael hundred and ten (15 yards. thmes 5
e following property being situated block 14 of Floral City, and the e 14 certain property described in the sup three hundred and2fty-te- g r (N6
e County of Hillsborough; A three of sw 1-4 of sec S5, and the ne 1-4 of the plimental .ill of complaint in said cause, thence aouth one huonde and
at undivided interest In lot 2, of sec ne 1-4 of sec 18, all in township 18, south will sell on the first Monday in Au yards& east three hpaB3 a and -
nd the se 1-4 of the e 1-4 of sec 18, of range 19 east, s 1-2 of ne 1-4 of sec 6, gust, 1898, the same being the first daic (S) yardd to the ace ef b
in towns hp 31, south of range 17. township 18, south of range 19 east; the of said month, during the legai hou' containing eight () aste r more
also a one-half undivided interest e 1-2 of nw 1-4 of sec 17, and the w 1-2 of sale for cash to the highest and bea Purchaser to pay fbr tit
*e so 1-4 of the se 1-4 of sec 7, frac- of ne 1-4 of sec 28, both in township 19, bidder, in front of the court house doo GRANVI E L. LAWMO16B.
i soe 1-4 of sec 8. the e 1-2 of the south of range 19 east; ne 1-4 of nw 1-4, in the City of Tampa, Florida. in Pal _____ a-1t!
.4 of sec 8; lot one In sec 17, sw 1-4 and ne 1-4 of sec 29, township 20, south County, the fotloing real estate situ DISSOLU'ION NOTCTIC "
w 1-4, sec 11; lots one ond two of of r 19 east. sw 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sec 3, acted in the County of Hllsborough an .. ...
her's tobdivision of nw 1-4 of nv- 14 tp 17, south of range 20 east; the w 1-2 State of Florida and more particular ) .'otce s heireby gl ea titt t
7,e I-2 ome l-.of sc.a,e 1- or nw 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec 14, ane ne 1-4 of nw described as follows, to wit; Lots t .wHoper -j e a tty h%' e
ec 1b; ne 1-4 of se 1-4 of sec 1, all 1-4 cf sec 20, township 18, south of range (2) and three (3) In Block eighty-tw. tmatual consaenat J.1 o S
)wnahip 31, .0uth of range 17 east, 20 east; nw 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 8; ne 1-4 (82) of the town of Tampap according ti *In t se n i -aht i'ead
al of tne nw 1-4 of the sw 1-4 of of nw 1-4 of Sec 8, ne 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sec the Wgeneral map thereof made by charge thePoarwSRa SS
4,. township 28, south of range 16 14; !ot 19 in Thompkinsville, see 18, ew John Jackso.-In 183. and WiU pay a1i o1Wa c1
ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 of .w 1-4, less .two 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 22, all in township Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 25t11 counts due the frm o -t lr
a half acres in ne corner of sec 13, 19, south of range 20 east; n 1-2 of qw day of June, 1898. at that place wbtjet1.-'P.' .fA'Fi.
ship 27, south of range 1 east se 1-4. and s 14 of 1-4 4 of see 5; nw 1-4 Saml Barch adt.s -continue the Taac iete ni
er of lot one in sec 5, and lot one of se 1-4 and se 1-4 of ne 1-4 of se 1-4 of Andrew J. Knight. ollecet all ae ounth anild te
c 6, township 28, south of range la sec s. ne 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec 26, and ne E. oL Hendry. indebtedness br tha et
nw 1-4 of -sw 1-4 of-sec 28, town- .4 o 0 se 1-4 of see 35; all in township 20 Commtissioners. .+- + C P.+
30, south of range 16 east; n 1-2 of south af range 20 east; sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 F. W. Simonton. IL J2S, .k L "-A* 1 '
- of se 1-4 and n 1-2 of sw I-4 of se cf nw 1-4. and sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of secl, Solicitor for the Complainant. ITampa, Fin, Joi,". ,- -
f sec 34, township 28, south' of ranue oownship 21, south of range 20 east, and --:
ast; oW 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sec 3, and s 1-2 less ne 1-4 of se 1-4 of sec 16, in to
of se 1-4 of sec5, township 30, south township 19. south of range 21 east. 1 14 1 I I T- 1 I I I --i I II 1-1 k1 I H
oge 16 east; e 1-2 of sw 1-4 of se 1-4 And also the following real estate sit- ,
S1-4 .of sec 11 township 32, south uated in the County cf Marlon: Ne 1-4 .|
,nge 16 e; nw 1-4 of nw 1-4 of sece of ne 1o-4 of s 1-4, and nw 1-4 of ne 1-4
wnshp 2, south of range 17 east; of w 1-4 of sec 13, in township 12, southT B U R T C
1-4 of se 1-4 and n 1-2 of sw 1-4 of of range ) east, fractional se 1-4 of sw
-4, and se 1-4 of se 1-4 of sec 10, 1-0 of see 4, township 14 sooth of range
whip 31, south of range 17 east; no 20 eas0; nw 1-4 of-see ii. township 17,
It se 1-4 of sec 16, and se 1-4 of sw south of range 19 east; no 1-4 of no 1-4 W ap t
se te ,-4 of wsec 3. to-nship 15, nuth o- oare Elippin the.11 ih
sec ,w-ofnew p 29, soufh1-4 of sge of range 19 east, ne 1-4 of nw 1-4 cf sec
wnshp 0, south of range 2 7, I towshlp 1, south of range 18 east; W ings of Extra a
d also the followIng real estate sit- e 1 -4 of sw 1- of DeWitt Park in se 1-4 of De-
i in the County-of Surmpter, and and the W 1-2 of nw 1-4 of ne 1-4 of De- w
d in the Cmrnty of Sumpter, and -
e of Florida: s -2 of sw 1-4 of 8ec Witt Park. except lot 1. block 7. and
actionat w 1-2 of sw 1-4 .f sec 14; bck 8, and lots 9, 10, t,, and 10 In S -
i of sec 3,fractonal se 1-4 of ne 1-4, block 9. and blocks 11, 27, 29, 2 81, and g .an .P e
fictional -4 of of 82. nd lots 14 and 1 of lock 12 and scissors of Small
factional nw 1-4 of ne 1-4 of see 3, 'lots 6 to 12 inclusive,_ and lots 20 Sc-issors0f.mPr
n township 18, south of range 20 tO 23 inclusive is block 14, and
all of the n 14 of no 1-4 in Snump- lots 6 to 10 inclusive, block 17, and lot
county of tsec 5, townshi 19, south 9 in block M3, and lot 15 in block 13, and fit.
nge 1 east; sw 1-4 of ne 1-4 sand lots 17 to 20 inclusive in block 16 in sec
1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec 30, and se 1-4 8, township 16, south of range 1 east,
S1-4 of sect1township 20, south of and the w 1-2 of ne 1-T of sec in town- Fine Millin ery reduced in price. A greav redm uo t
oe21 east, and sw 1-4 of ne 1-4, and ship 15, south of range 18 east. in Ladies' Sailore--fine hats, good material a .
-4 of aw 1-4 of section 30, and se 1-4 And also the following real estate sit-
o 1-4 of me 81 in township 0, south pated in the C-nnty of Levy: The s m workmanship. Take advantage ut the opportunity to
Lnge 21 east, aw 1-4 of me 1-4 of c I-4 of se 1.4 of sec 13; ne 1-4 of n 1-4 save yourself money. Grease Valnes in Aa-imo.
iwnshlp 18, south of range 21 east; of nw 1-4 of sec 16, township 15, south save y in
4 of se 1-4 of sec 12, and fractional range 14 east; ne 1-4 of sec 15, township 2 Goods-All odds and ends must go at any price. .
4 of nw 1-4 of sec 25, twnhip 21, 15, south of range 15 east; aw 1-4 of ne
h of range 1-4 east; ne 1 of wshI 1-4 of sec 6; se 1-4 of nw 1-4 of smec 9; s A V '
c o township 19, south of range 21 1 i s s ne 1- of sec U, tonshp 1 th A SPE IA, IN SHO S.
se 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec township ,of range 16 east; sw 14 of nw 14 of s .
south of range 1 east, se 1-4 of sw 7, township 11south, and the se 1-4
if sec township south of rng e e14 of sec Z, township 16 both This line consists of odd lots, both in me and s- vowI
wn- i e Irange 15 east; a strip of t south end of e. We ots at e-vlo m .
R ei-- i .... e2 '. We are closing them oum at very.loa '
d a t w: a -the e 1-2 of sw 1-4 of sec 4, township 13, a-
d also the followln a estate sit- south of range 19 east, containing 0 "
Cou n.y el tena tZem Lots acres, and the me 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 11, WE E -J, AGEN"T SON TU ST"ADA 1 a "- t?
lS n 'B *' the township U, south of range sixteen east
ang e17 the tAnoalso thteollowing real estate sit- 714, 716 and 718 Franklin St., Tampa.TF
3 uated in the County of Alachua: se 1-4 -
h of ~r a 17 st, lots two and i* ne 1-4 sf Cee 71 andsw- 1-4 of nw 1-4 4I ~11-I I '-- -' -
ei t V l W1iL10iS, ,.V -. ..aw1 :i ; -o1T;th. s. 1-4I of
d 17t4; o10* ljof e!s l4 -t se 1-4 Oi ht, It n a 1- of nw 1-4 of sec 1, ^l
of se 1-4 of ec lb. tonso -4 3 the township 18,suth. ow 1-4 of nw 1-4 and
a4 ,a loNW i It south of ow 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec 14, e 1-2 of nw
i w lo 4 ,a +.d 6 IBree and fout, 1-4 of sec 1 a 1- of w 1-4, the oe 1-4 of
1-c iots 3 two and three t soc 1, noe l4and n1 1-4 of s e 1-4 of e 1 a ie h Grade 35 ertiizer Mos fseve 2 4 -
Isa SlpoSth of-rang 1cast, 0ne township 10 south, all in range 15 casAH G dF i ern ats M
Cl,, .an, b- o o e el 1- 4; e of o w 14, of c 1, township ,,
t*et wnhlp IS, south oD range 18 s out, range 16 east; as 1-2 of s 1-4 of
t-15 a crs oI nel-4 of e 54 of see sec 26, township 7 south, range 17 eat; e O T Y e11 JPt V S2
oguchofp46 acouthcf range Least; 1-4 of w Ofsec 1 n 1-2 of nw 1-4
1-4 o -f -o f of l ?; hw t 1-4 bt sw of swc 1. townshtp 7, south of range 1 Fl i
and st 1-4 of al 1-4r f sa and east, all north of county ene of see 18- .H
I Of s 1-4 Of se 17. toWirthp 18, township 11, south of-range 17 east; sw
he o n41ge a0 i1; s 1- fs1of W 1-4 o 1-4 of ne 1-4; e 14 of nw 1-4, and ithen "it AH "-<
S0los ls sad nd sec 2; iots 1, sw 1- of sec 81, and the nw 1-4 of e e-4 B -
Sin sc 1 township 40, south of of sec 13 10 townshIp 6; ne -4 of s 1-4; Then why pay $ an d $4) per ton o.. whe y
e Mast 1aa of lno 1s e f s ew a 14 oef 1 8 ne 14 of e s of ne 14;f get a strictly high grade, reliable fertilizer ait+b fo
d lp south of lo re 2 east- e a so 1-4 of ne 1- 4 of n 1; 14 of sie i- toi. a I F
l in the (bounty of FPsror The sw of nw 1-4; e l-I of nw -4; e I- of sw 4 .
t nec 2a3. townIpouth orange of sw 1-4, of sec 16; and w 1-2 of ne 1-4 IDo EL FIU T APND VIE .......
t 1-3 o ne 1-4 of sc1 5 township of sec twnship 7 south, s 1-4 of s . O. POTATO MA_ UE . .. ..-
0uth of range 17 eat.ths se 1-4 of 1-4, ne 1- of nsI-4, ni -S of no W14, VEUTABLHI. LNIJ ........................) 31
.4 of s e0 16, tow nhi p 14 south of 1t-4 of ew 1-4. the sw 1-4 1-t w 1 of sec ,,| Y HTI E H for r all crops I l I. . 7 1"0 -. s.l '
ole 1a st; e 14 of e 1-4 ofs IW 1-4 one; n 1 of ne 1-4 the ne 1-4 of se "1 BIMOOL )ONAJ PTA5'. ... """..... l r S as e.U ( i-
the sw 1-4 of s e-4 of sw 1-4 of sec the w 1-I of n 1 1-4, and ow 1-4 ofaw 8 k PECIAL MIXTURE o. 1.......................--" prato *
1- and e 1-4 ofo sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of 1-4 of sec l; the sw 1-4 of ew 1- of sec
nw 1-4 of now 1-4, and sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 of se 1-4 of sec 13, township 10 south, f All fr-tulser ma isal at lowsrt' sulskes pralo A t foeli..i
and sw 1-4 of ow 1-4 of sec 10, all in range 18 east. the sa14 Of sl 1-4
ship 12, south of oge 12 east; c and so 1-4 of ne 1-4 nf sec 4, towPnshlp U, "Why We Makiete s [DEAL Pet.has ......

e 1-4 ofse-4f nw and th s range esct; ne 14 of s c 1 townslhp
of no 1-4 of 1.4 of 1-4 in sec 9, south of range 16 east; the o l-l of so
onhilp 23 south of range 16 east; 1-4 of sec 14, township 7, souto of range
B of nw 1-4 of sec 2 township 24, 17 east. the e 1-2 of ne 1-4 of sec 7, and W1 ll U lURtlU I I

h of rang L east;se 1- f nw 1-4 thoe ne 1-4 ot se -4 of sec 20, in town-
3, township south of range 16 ship 8, south of range 17 east. e JA ONVTT.T..F, FLORIDA .
The said Thomas F. Stubbs, W. Scotia-
d also the following reel estate sit- Tson and Thomas Hl Peeples, late part- Pig's Foot" b n Bo:ad e $7 per ton
d in the County of )eloto: ow 1-4 ners In trade doing buaines, and trld- Fto.
S1-4, lots 1 and and the e 1-2 of Ing under the firm name and style of DamaralandGuo e ldfeiler
-4 of sc 17. e 1-2 of sw 1-4 of Dec 1; 1 .ubbs. Tson & t Company, defendantreW r l ... e'ie.io.oi alzerjw
-4 of see 19, the w 1-3 of ne 1-4. the above nP.:...d and ail other persons in-
-4 of ne 1-4, and the e 1-2 of 1w 1-4 terested in said property are hereby re-
a 38; all in townahip 40, sodth of qulred to appear to the said action on -
S21 east; nw 1-4 and se 1-4, and n the frst Monday in September 189 the
of sw 1-4 in sec 6, and the so 1-4 of same being the 5th day in said month, n
4 of sec t2; eI in township 41. sooth and a rule day In this court, else a de-
ange 1 east; th so 1-4 of se 1-4 of fault will be duly entered against them
36, and the sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 of sec in said court.
owehlp 19, south of range 23 east; LIBBIG )ANUF ACTURING CO..,
.-4 of *w 1-4 of sec L and all frac- Plaintiffr
Ll of seo ,8. township 40. south of F. M. 813SIMNTONT,
e 23 east; ne 1-4 of ne 1-4. and the Attorney for Plaintiff. T .E W C--- te8 u gssos0w @an" rmpwes5,bd ii s
-4 of sW 14 of sec 16; s 1-3 of ne 1-4. --WE s Imilibottledonm't 0I s
e 1-1 of sw 1-4 of sec 17, township must Wlt Unil the anee ee We i IIall
uth of range 25 east; se 1-4 of sw SHEERIFFS SALE. do not tours- ad the C delarI Webav on"" ..t
)f see 9. all of see 17, and the ne 1-4 -nhi a i--, f.... C re el, surdwe aol&*rM c60r
e 1-4 of sec 26, township 36, south of Under and Iby virtue of two certain andm :'e it foc
r 29 east; ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 26; writs of execution IssuIng but of the Cir. "C 1r f- yck a o n- C-aacer spea ed fasm gb ft2 fa
4 of sw 1-4, and nw 1-4 of se 1-4 of cult Court of the Sixth Judicial Clrcul scabE-nt a sotr. b -tb t at od f. so Msseoa
34; ow 1-4 of ne 1-4 of sec 36, In of the State of Florida, n and for Hillo- soew-e, F. i- Ly; .noTdme to &have. ss
sthip 42. south of range 29 east. borough County, on the 17th day of Abcthitt t o & p er w k JoarftM
d also the following real estate sit- ApriL 1896. on two certain judgments o ,ooly a d in the county of Polk: sw 1-4 of wherein the Flint River Lumber & tiel IWd'ic andoto mygrcatn3oy sbtl"er. as ST i
-4 of sec 26, in township 28, south Export Company were plaintiffs, and 7Il 00tn1, l3-ic08 Jk-5-.le fhi
inge 23 east; sw 1-4 of sw 1-4 of see James C. MeNeill was defendant, I have OtOed. ,BaE biDsaed I t..-\Bi
d nw 1-4 of n :-I uf sec 8, in town- levied upon and will sell on the first $I aott1e- for4L If yocrdero--s.S.Soi tcLtY
20, south offtneg 2S east, se 1-4 of Monday In August. 1898, the same being orderdoeto, dt g o iL el p bl:.
,-4 of sec ,. in township 24 south; the first day in said month and a legal 2. DL.rR+D .Coh L a.
1-I of se 1-4 of sec 6, township 29 sales day, during the legal hours of ; .
th. and s 1-2 of nw 1-4 of sec 29, sale, to the highest sand best bidder for
sblp 8, all in range 24 east, seven cash, the following personal property
f in the se corner of the se 1-4 of One forty horse-power Economic boiler,
-4 of see S. township 27 south, one twenty horse-power Talbot & Fea i W
th half of 1-4 of sec 1t, 1-2 of engine one Em n N0o. 2. 34 Talbot & Fay K s'' etI
1-4 of e 1-4 of ec 14. and 1-2 of plainer, one turning lathe, one Rugg
-4 of w 1-4 of o 2, township 28 Burchardson stopper, one jIgg saw, one Ir .
; the nI of see S. and the e 1-2 band saw, two table rfpp saws. one iron _= tI j F Y
J-L of eo a6 township 29 south; sw cut off saw, one band saw fler, one .d F o--
swB 1-4 of sec 15 township 30; ne band saw set. together with tah-m "-
ti bw 1-4 and 14 o nw 1-4 of o meat nd flntoes cotineeted with c
2i4. nd so l4 f o e 1-4 of sea 4. ail the above machinery, and all other 1
p'l a ;nsi Maw ofn e 1-4andxtu and machinery situated on -. -
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Our digpatches this morning convey In speaking about the numerous ad- WEST. .-
the gratifying Intelligence that Spain vantages Florida has over other states From Titusvlle Star. -. t . a
Ssuccumbed to he inevitable and the Union as a health resort One the largest real estate transac-
that all hbetitiesa have ceaaed. Peace tiers that has take place in Key West
has come earlier than was expected. tropolis of Jacksonville very truthfully for year was made public last week. It ,Plant City, FIa, Argst a .- a.-i -
The victory of American arms has been says, while yellow fever was stalking includes the entire block on the water ames A. Barney is at home agn
easier and more complete than anyone abroad all over several states last sum- front, commencing at and including the stay.
anticipated, and the results, not yet mer. hot a half dozen cases got into office and wharf of W. L HL Taylor, cor- ast Tuesday was a reat rainydy.
fully determined, are more extensive ner of Durval and Wall streets, and ex- Mr Rbert Hendrx is at home from'
and far-reaching than could have been Florida, and those few that did were tending down to and including Wgrn- Tampa for rest and rtcre.atI .
dreamed of at the beginning of the on the western border and they were er'c ":d pineapple factory. The sale also i s n Wilder eldest daughter t '
conflict. held in complete check by the State takes i.. .-.er & Co's. auction house, M r C. lder, arrived frm
For better or for worse, American health authorities, and the same author- and the e;:e row of buildings u that the Eat Thursday iht, where abhe hM '
territory will be oniderably enlarged. ties have kept the yellow fever out of onFront retack tohe made a t th friend ad relatves
Porto Rico is already an good an added after. This valuable properly f over a y .e i loo
to this country, al the signs point to Florida for the past ten years, notwith- within the past few days was owned by and py.
the acquisition of Cuba, and some man- standing the home of the plague was so Messrs. Willam Curry's so"n, who have Mr. and Mrs Herman Hazel and little itwo montS. s
ner of hold will be kept on the Philip- near and communication so open and sold out and transferred it to H. L ons took te F. C. on Friday e gies a-
pine Islands These with the recent nstanFlagler and the East Coast system. morning for Lu e, i on a t th e i att
constant. Mr. Hazel's mother. mainly for the.bru~acrr :
annexation of Hawaii, extend the nat- It is said that Mr. Flagler ssill have the Ma. Easel's mother, aly for the- be Natteingt
ional domain, and, though the ultimate Cases of typhoid ever among soldiers harbor fronting his water front dredged benefit of Mrs. Hal's health. I u General-n f
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Whitamore unor- -
effects of such a policy are to be ser- in Florida, especially at Tampa, have and deepened, but that the old wharves M.ndte Mrsthr lle ten onW o u na Mf.
tunatelI' lust their little ten months old d
lously questioned, It brings a great been seized upon by maliciously in- and buildings will be torn down to make baby on Friday night at 8 p i., of paer- m
alteration in the condition of the coun- lined people to damage the entire State room for larger and finer ones. monia. t A*er fft.
frui t w hvtion f apesnr f last nla IftlltiA
try that will have a present fruition hen the same disease exists at other The city authorities of Tampa have is- The foundation of the Warnell tore of two bods at-terjrtli S
itn greater commercial activity. camps beyond the borders of this State sued an order prohibiting the railroads and ofce building is already laid, ad a'd tlortss g o
Touga lthe collict with Spauird to to a more alarming extent, especially rom bringilig watermelons into the city, material on the ground for the erection The plant in a
ended, a large army will be required to in one e theIsaI
y b an rere ordered near Washington, and will exist every. for sanitary reasons. They should now. of the bauUding. isone o th*
er Ci ba and restore order, and where among troops in camp until sol- purchase a carload of shovels and put Sabbath day services morning and Wst b sato e It
Sthee i a prospect of protraed tr lediers learn to observe the natural laws about 100 negroes to using them clean evening in the Presbyterian char, bloomit sas "r
in the Phiippine islands, where sole of health a to eating and sleeping. ing the city of its accumulation of Rev. J. M. L orbis pastor. flowe
wll also be needed to bring order out of The charge that the water in Florida filth.-Leeoburg Commercial. Mr. A Schneider is in town this week. same sightU St-el
chao. The coming of peace within impure and unhealthy is too rangers are arriving every day, iv-. aman Th.e iKea"fPa |
Sn. therefore, does not mean that t O course Spain will demand that Ing our town the appearanceof a buy ols l som ns a
the volunteer soldiers who left us some universally aaniards in Cuba hall e protected ph ac. the tmt deSn o
months ago will come marching home, dnha no bette when the Spanish army ai withdrawn.b Mr. s. j. Casey, with Miss ea p b r l, .is too s
d r a n k i t f o r y e a r s t h a t n o b e t t e r- o r h s iM r.r t.tWh h C as e y l w it h eW n a m p l ar t hs a vi t e t4 '7 1
The new conditions brought about by purer water s to bound where This will be the hardest part of the has owned school at the ademy nt i to
the war w necessitate the employ- n Flor bargain as insurgents cannot be con- day morning of this week ater, a the pot it
ment of a large army for probably the which soldiers bathe at suted. A great deal has been btten Mr. BH. Farr and r. Ude D ahoo-
tfull term oft two years for which the auga, bt m eepa a off, but the United States must kSee ae doing business in LakbLad.
volunteers enlisted, and the regular Chickamauno but from deep etes onchewing .On Monday evening at pm. at Pi IA
l M s ht el n wa e on cheinoLthe brightest noung en I th MoLnte tar evening at i-B pm at P5OJU~@ZMAL
army will never again be reduced to welis. It in not so much the water or
small proportions as it was before the health of the State as it Ia a desire One of the brightest young en the Lttle Star A E. Zion church
the war was o baun, to get the troops moved from Florida the State convention Wednesday was Her7- J. Adans of Tampa and Mr .
Bt with the coming of peace our for a pecuniary benefit of other places Col. Peter 0. Knight of Tampa. W. Ida W. Simmons of this place were C
thoughts turn from contemplating deeds Of course only healthy soldiers are de- Hunt Harris of Key West, and Crom- married. The wedding was qutte an ATTOGRniV At LA
of rowess to the victories of sired-no sick, especially if they come well Gibbons, of Jactts :tv.Ze, wer. tweo ever.t, belies many colored, a number win, p is to a d&' .
of our white-npeople were pr apnt to wit- Itzoilts, St M I
industry and commerce. The close ofI rom Cuba. as they did to Port Tampa other very bright young men.-Orlando f our white people were preent to wit- ea e 5S e d 's d,
this Spanih war finds the United States or Egmont Key last Friday. Sentinel. ros the imposing cer emony.
The vegetable growers are very bury p wrxisv gmlos

perity. Statistics show that the money the Orient, Li Hung Chang, is again and hope. A'ITORNEY AND COU L
circulating in the country, outside of It has doubtless occurred to almost in possession of his yellow jacket and AT ,IW .
the Federal Treasury, was larger on everybody that a good deal of the war peacock feather. This makes the had Death of a Soldier. TAMPA. Ex. Sat.Sank Bti;
Inly 1 than at any time in the past has got into print that ought to have 'steenth time that Li has lost and re-
July 1 than at any time In the past been left out. No matter how much covered those titular ornaments. Private Eoyd G. Belt of Company F, Joeph B. ah, .
prompt and liberal subscription to gov- one may be interested in knowing how the Fifth Maryland regiment, died at NVAkLL. & SeVEKS. T
ernment bonds on the part of the peo- the wheels go round, he should, if a The reputation of the insurgent leader the brigade hospital yesterday morning T '.A A.
pte demonstrated that surplus money grown-up man, be sorry to gratify his not "stay bought." Well, if he fool- cf typhoid fever. His body was ecm-
sl plentiful among those of moderate desire at the expense of putting the ishly force Dewey and Merritt to "open balmed ahd prepared to be, sent home rk ot Upo nnit i en' *
wealth. The treasury gold reserve, whole machinery In danger. There up" on his he will have the reputalon of y Undertaken Lavengreen, who was aw. l mt iNatol. Bank-Ptfdibg, T
that is the barometer of financial con- probably never has been an army that a fighter who will "stay whipped." sisted by Private W. R. Mears, a Balti-
dence, has c imb-d to nearly 20.,000,000. has kept quite so much in touch with o nt r s it d o more undertaker, a messmate and for- *K. OLtP ANT.
The value of our exports of breadstuf the public There has been a news- om present prospecin ill e n mer neighbor of the deceased At :30 ATORNEY.AT LAW
for 1 lover i has been $,848,. paper oorreepondent "right on the spot" m though the fall campgn will be anl- yesterday evening, in the undertaking TAT W
There is les trouble between labor and at every turn. But there is much to mated wi very much ethiasm parlors an impressive military burial prt tt o sr s
capital than has existed in many years say for the newspaper man--he is not Poti take a ackeat when we ha service was held n the presence of the
In the chief industries work is reported entirely to blame for the constant so much war on all ides. members of Company F, conducted by %RAn% I, SIMOVdTOiN.
progreeaing steadily, and the number of "washing of army linen" in public view. The Puerto'Ricans are determined not he regimental Chaplain. The body was
plants to close down during the summer That is generally brought about by to experience the miseries of war: but then escorted to the depot. Private ATI-rtITNEY-AT-LAW -t
to make repairs or settle wage scales somebody in authority who talks too its blessings. This is a very sensible Belt is from one of the m6st prominent
4 much less than usual. Manufacture. much or who writes a letter, conclusion. families of Baltimore, and leaves a wife
eri jobbers, and retailers in all lines re The latest instance of discretion formerly of Ocala, i and one child in that city. This is the WIL- o e a I.-Iu '
ort a satisfactory business, and the te roundn r drawn u by general the ro r nominee on the prohibition ticket first death from sicksnee n this regl- ATT y AT.L
outlook for fall trade is encouraging. officers at Santiago and addressed to for governor of Tennessee. ment, which has been here more than ATTt NtF. YK-AT-1i
Secretary Alger, urging the removal of TOW_
:* trrW no w i presentations made in the letter are right of Court Hflu'se ra
The administration from now oRY. w el tp o. c st -,-
be ahe dmwithtratheene ro norw on cel enough; under the circumstances they A n s
be :latched with the keenest vigilance. could not be too strong. But there can 1 "
The game of divilomacir is on. We be no difference ct opinion as' to the
have manifested to the world 'cir .su-.inadvisability of making them public. .
... ... Praise For the Remedy Which Saved ri o
priority in war Let us not again be- The Administration should have been Pras F th Re edy Ch Saved
trgy our .weaness I1n the diplo, atic made acquainted with the facts, but
erbEnoter. even the man who cares the least about
Whol k^^ *m of inupeae rnte c eta tils Daughter and Two Sons.
While the terms of peace granted t red tape must have wondered itf Shafter
Starn are worthy of our national tra had lost his head when he saw the let- There is O theory wha~ee about what S. 8.will do. No
dltions, we maut not continue granting ter In print before i; reached Wash- ague, heaty evi n i presienied in it behalf, but the poe-
concession aitkn condCs 'abne ington. itive, unoontmrertible testimony of honorable, upmia
President McKnley rt o lCronae The startling revelation it made of who have the onfidence and teem of their pBroves
ti grvae atnd tdehict tasks It n s the condition of our army was calcuia- 00o01oliely the virtue of the remedy. wift's 8s. -"
111 grave~ and delicate taske. t .is ted to have a serious effect on the a ; --A, IM -m AA l t s.swI 'Szsa b isvo. a uupwn-

401 to be e-tpd tibs whatever their
Otion be peC.dV the.pwhat.ever th peace negotiations. Certainly it put
action they will please everybody. t t Administration anything but a
Our army and navy have- done their Administrationinan but
worka and doneit well.I it rets with dignified position to be compelled to
the administration to see that the fruits hustle around at a lively rate and lay
of victory hll not be littered a an embargo on the cable offices for fear,
Spain might learn how badly off we were
Now the Southern regiments have the We haven't heard yet whether the facts
prospect of being sent to Santlago 'as got abroad or not. If they did, ,pain
''tmimnes" to take the places In that must have felt that she had made a
fever stricken city ol the heroes wcho great mistake in not holding out a little
find the climate more deadly than the longer.
Spanish bullets. It must oe very grati The American people have their share
tylng to.them to find that the admit of curiosity, and undoubtedly want to
Istratlon really does atink -that the keep posted on what is happening at
Southern boys are good for somethinthefront. but there is such a thing as
fp, alrt, and that if they could ,o the ront but there is such a thing as
-befrusted to take part in the vcltorles too much of a good thing, and we are
t'hg e eose in real h4nay sas Imunee having it now owing to the fact that a
oIo plicework -hat IsceIdered good many people in authority lack
-toslritot .fer the troorni- from th
Ndith that have been inning honor. good old-fashioned horse sense.

in, uaUs ass1"fle.
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a lAr po cii ecksodi
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^""se1 LNIcIMt arc ybuptmus ol
i A~ega poo blood
S r aw Jst as ErfqPen
In- H 5 INQ thg MTl as In thg
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The necessity of being able to speak
the language of the people one happens
ki to be at war with, was well illustrated
in Ponce a few days ago. Major Mac-
S kenzie, we are told by a special dispatch
in the New York Evening Pot, g,:t
separated from his command before
SPonc surrendered. He hailed a cab--a
much pleasanter way of campaigning
it will be noticed than prevailed around
I Santiago-and ordered the cabman to
t drive in "soldado." Spanish for soldier
was about all the Spanish he knew. The
cabman pushed along and the first
fci thing Major Mackenzie knew he was in
I the midst ot a group of Spanish soldl"rs.
S However, they were worse frightened
than he was and fled precipitately. The
moral is very clear that one should
C know something of the adversaries'
2 tongue before he goes to war. else be
should hesitate to trust himself to a
cabman, however hard campaigning in
the usual fashion may be.
The Porto Rican campaign is the first
one in the history at the world where
an invading army was unable to supply
S colors enough to hoist over surrendered
The sanitary condition of this city
bould be carefully looked after by every
S resident In Tamps that has the good of
the city at heart.
After San Juaa theO Snish soldiers
In ia Eastern Cut*o asm wIli to testify
S-that the "Tan e ouht ke deil."
*u tthe Amneaak hmer f in thin War

D.) is IOT reco0mlBOD UY 11 U % 9
claim made for it is backed by the words praise of =o
of reliable people, all over the country, who have foqnd it the
only cure for real, obtinate diseases of the blood. o other
remedy on earthh can cure the deepa-se ed, stubborn blood dis-
eases which S. S. 8. oures, because these diseases are beyond
their reach. S. S. S. is a blood remedy, and gets down to
the very foundation of all diseases having their origin in the
blood and removes every trace of the taint. It matters not
what other treatment has failed, S. S. S. will cure any case.
Here is testimony which shows beyond question the value of Swft's
Specific. It is from a man who had exhausted medical skill to cre his
children, and its value can not be oveestimated.
"When my oldest son, Richard, was
quite young, he had a severe attack of
brain fever, which left him in a very feeble
condition. Several large risings appeared
on his face and shoulders, andbefore long
they became obstinate running sores.
They continued to grow worse, though he
wa was treated by the best physicians, and
\ for more than four years the scores
caused untold suffering. All kinds of
S salves and ointments were used, but
had no effect. One of the doctors s a
that if t e ores were healed it would kill him. Having tried
so many remedies in vain, I was naturally diw se ed and had
little hopes of his ever being well again. A friend advised that
S. S. S. (Swift's Specific) be tried, and it was n happy sugges-
tion, for he began to improve at once, the ioison was forced
out, and the sores all healed up perfectly. He is now twenty -
three years old, and has never had a sign of the trouble se
My daughter also suffered from bad blood,
receiving a scratch on her leg, which be-
came poisoned by the colored dye in her
stocking. The sore spread and became
quite painful. The doctors used salves and
ointments, and dry powders, but did her no
good whatever, the sore continuing to
spread and grow all the while. I gave her
two bottles of S. S. S. which healed up the
sore and cured it permanently.
Several years ago my youngest son,
Clement J., had what the doctors pro-
nounced an internal blood trouble, whih
they said would eventually cause cancer of
the stomach. Knowing from experience the great virtue of
S. S. S., I gave it to him, and seven bottles cured-him sound and
well, so that his health has been excellent ever s e. Swift's
Specific has done so much for my family that I feel cmpetent to
judge of its merits, and I do not hesitate to declare it to be the
best blood remedy made. '"R. No MKiU
*icey, P5a5tr C, T0, sK.
It is dangerous to experiment with blood diseaoes There i
only one cure for them, and all other remedies only sase"nte4
the disease and render a cure more diftut i t'sp
(8 8.) acooinptisAl at once what no other remedy aint it
goes down to the verybottom of all blood dieaassd enres pa
sensnstly obstinate, deep-seted e-ases whio& are Wqodth
reach of other remedies. It nevar fails to S
.Catar Emma, Rheumatism, Cane Test. ~ _. S Iofi
or any other form of blood trouble. B..8f9i p i &ii3l blp

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Bonds Stocks, GCras
Bought rd Sold for
Carried on HargtrfI.
We rspotftlly oelt efto.mu tasd
ca aserder oo llthaeulips ex
oemelaatiw deal Io. II
We also opac cepet s lo for' 1 ad
.posesadtmnSthOeb sehavsaho. 'b I
nparesse, aad geratanes salt toi
aiosbers a eseo.mdatium far indl-li

pwott. 0 or m-in vaa ms fmm
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SabtO ir Uhs c ai .'
Wesers furouri.wsties frm-A vea
per eat. moanthr n vvinveiirisLsi
insaoubare t eo ss hLj wabse
po yed. 1o4eacooesaB4ld %ors-Ih
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We aisor09er- fatssmem

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'du els he tstir t= fo:-ts" something. -
e so ler er th the Gauseville-Frank Rogers, Tarpon Pri to Stocktak-
sro"n older went in the express
r o e last nt' t arit-eall d for pack- Springs
01 tublhe aBig name i -the paix C Big Cypreos--Sarah Wigham. Peck. ing and our visit to
aim- VSge Lof -the pa lr gmilg and our visit to
SSome. be s ut 1 0 _u bp ould Seminole-H. Sartr ius, Semi-
n1 atpV i A, rnt A trry. tod nole. the eastern market
ia stl G.n "aiJiv iot eaiLt :swmana waH Magdalene-l Mss-Lila Gwinn, Mag-
.tii 'd whereupon he s4d.-w5 uld dalene. to Fal St
t ..s'i d-uw ast"d tefl out with It. Oak Grove-H. N. Fleagle, Magda-
Miueirrav whlo wei&aii about lene.
h 1eg~1 edsii~.. arier him he h let Hopewell--MlssoraHenry, Tampa. ARE OFFERINC
t S to kadse t ii door anffC e., Port Tampa-G. S. Morris, Miss
fi7 I tA B Laura Switzer,Miss Hattie Hendrix; Odd lots Half Hose.
*n I1 -P4 Port Tampa City.
b~' t ,t SKeystone-Miss Lena Wilkens, Oddlots Ladies' Hose,
.~ Keystone.
-Rm. eShipe a b~ Proaptly. Tarpon Springs-Mrs. M. J. Fowler, Odd lots Shoes.
- Miss Minnie Roof: Tarpon Springs.
to the TrItb-me Oak Bidge-A. S. Wallace, Bloom- Odd lots Pants.
"lQf=AF'i ,.5-M May Y.cey, A.- Odd lots Underwear,
a. t te Palace with Anclot
"g^^Mr as Maoa a qAt Cut Rate Prices.
As a iesait of Sutherland-MIss Lure Mead, Ozo-
S wer aesnbsd .r-Mi L Leftey, Profits will not be con-
wen tskws;. board the Curlew-3Mi Lzzeie Lenfestey,
s toe enta Sta ONoIe. sidered where lots are
pcsi" is properly loaded. DIuedlimrs L M. Libbey, Dune- closed out.
9 a una or w taidns di.a
: s sella as seoa Saety Harbor-Mlss Flasic Robert-
^-' .ls. || sFlr arrivalt ho- S t C.. .smter--V. D. Venable, Miss
hes e pa~tes Iad, Clarwan er.
a Vew--xis Jesaie KiagAey, RA ,

S The Assignments Are Made to
1 rFm. lat of Bit IAmy Wats the Glory Before P All the Schools.
Ietan utiTghem n, isProclaimed.
Fall List of Schools and Teach-
S- .fice Addresses.
nrOT rtsfe **ri n Ranti- Oen. oy Stone Loet Eleven Killed
l,.," Itwiaghd And Thirty-Jive Wounded Wite W one or twoexceptinous, teach-
U .2head A.i Wod erhave been assigned to all schools
W l f .rry afppie the Spaniah Less is Estimated in Hillsboro county, and the list is
S sz Es at Five Hundred. printed below. The board of educa-
tion had more applications than it bad
aniday's Dally )pDecial to the Tribune. schools, and this rendered it easy for
oe.d-.. I. N. Dffeld. and Washington, August $.-Reports have them to supply every place with OECODRATION DAY CEREMONIES
olioba. "yton and Major been received from General Miles" giv- good teacher.
.tiT-e -third Michigan ng an account of a fight between the County Htth School-B. C. Graham,Wi be witnessed wih a g
volun tser were released Mrs. L. T. Philips, Tampa. Will e wtesed with a great
Syetard e to Spaniards and the American forces Tampa Graded School-Miss M. 8. d-w) more co nfort if you pro-
. on .the Marine opktal commanded by General Roy Stone, last Johnston, Miss Lura McClellan, Miss vide yourseit with a stylish and
tha1 left COa homelastnlgbt. Sunday night near AdJuntas. Mamie Gramhug, Miss A. M. Davis, ight weight Summer Suit for
Sirttd mor The skirmish was sharp and decisive, Mrs. Neta Fleagle, Miss Ella Koehler, the day. We have snappy and
ftthe alri^ for the Americans only had four men Miss Maggie McKay, Miss Janet Cal- hobby *tfeets for men of taste
ar oA .antiago he wounded, whle the Spaniards had eight boun, Mrs. R. H. Bradford, Tampa. in swell patterns in cheviot and
ad at quarantine ten days killed and fifteen at least wounded. The Second Ward Primary-Miss Mary fancy wI rsted suits, stylish cas-
M- 0 s OaN o inf banish force was put to flight and now Crilly, Miss Faith Stowell, Miss Ada aimeres and woreteds, for all
= h w9sital.u ted ort General Henry. with the Sixth Illinois, M e, a Mr. A. Crane, Mrs nd all s es of men and
cc, .m ar army wwre S xth Mo--chusetts and two batteries F. Ray, Miss Jennie Stowell, Tampa.
LA MIU nigat isktfor their of artillery is advancing along the road First Ward-Mrs. L. B. Mattes, Miss 1
p=br tea of Thr eav- used by the Spaniards their retreat. Julia Parrish, Miss Maud Chase,
Wvardena venth valry: An of General Slew troop are now Tampa. illDEN
am, 5alt5t OommtarT in moUon. asd adre avmcin upon sanj Ybor City-Mrs. F. M. Grier, Miss
In --I S. Si.Smney Fif- Juan, and the army officers hope to be-! Edith Warren, Mis Nellie Collier, Csoiphell-M
ISt st e 6 OsWl rBates' sin the attack on the city before anMIss Janie CrillyCampbell-MissHattleLowry,Largo.
hL WSnnX.ss4qft t ad t armistice is declared or the navy begins;Ws LlmaFrederickT e rgo-Don C. McMullen, Largo.
es a s, See- a bombardment ofthe town West TampaFrederick Toennie Midway-. A. Philips, Largo.
i U.ti & L,. HMorgey. As now arranged. General Miles will Tampa. Disston City-Mrs. F. Weibman, St.
;: Ieut. Jame IL. be the first offer of the American army Providence-Fred. Robinson, River- Petersburg.
i cavafty; Lieut. J. W. to enter San Juan If peace should be view. Hammocks-Wade Moffett, St. Pet-
vrd. ,vy; sttag Assistant declared before the American forces Livingston Avenue-Miss Libbie ersburg.
a .Ht gnaldson. Several compel the surrender of the city. He Dann, Tampa. Gillet--Achille Smith, Limona.
.eapoundents were la the will be declared military governor of the Campobelmi-Mrs. Bethel Aman, Maple Creek-Miss Emma Beckett,
o ene of those released Island until some other military man Ybor City. Peck.
S a n te ca be selected by the resident and Spanish Park-Mis Aurora Gite- S Mile Creck-Lovick Sparkman,
S w other one e Lee-Missz, Yor City. Blantonwillow Tampa.
idat now the C nereMang Lee- Miss ate Blanton, Willow. c Bledoe--Br. Artie Farr, Sydney.
w .Mang- Miss Jennie Cochran, Sweetwater-ZulaAndergon,Tampa.
tnt for N CRUI U IU I An Mango. River Head-Kelsey Blanton, River
.s,',p-yestejdamomrn- Limona-Miss Cel4a Dleffenwierth, Head.
a i an d CoM- Tenth Cavalrymen Take A Prisoner Limona. COLOITED SCHOOLS.
e .a m -She is a eia- Prom Sherif Tillia At Lakeland. Riverview-W. C. Baugh, River- Harlem Academy-W. L. McRay,
etiCmaoles shch, was re- The Man apea view. F. A. Hamilt,,n. Mrs. M. E. Fowler,
-. .. -Calhoun-Miss Linnie Sessions, Peru Mrs. L. B. Anderson, Charlotte Bry-
-as cap- Lakeland. August 9.-Last night Sher- Gant's-Miss Etta Bearss, West ant, Ilda Brumick, Christina Johnson,
Mtbthe ariff J. D. Tillia from Bartow, came up Tampa. Wilmenia Johnson, Tampa.
Sk ov- and arrested a negro charged with seU- Plano-W. Q. Bryan, Peru. Lebanon-Catherine Hamilton,Tho-
in l liquor without license and boarded Grange Hall-J. S. Peters, Picnic. notos-sa.
e.-e. ^m Yes tm"a 5 the Pxunta Gorda train for Bartow, but Johnson's-Miss Zena Lastinger, Mt. Zion-J. II. Hargrett, Seffner.
i Th=dt f T Just before the train pulled out at 8:0.i mlcora. Anttch i-E.1na Bryant, Antaocb.
*Dml t-.ttW yni-F thousand elock, about fifty negro soldiers of the' Hu h--M. s Ellen Mayo, Picnic. Rocky Cre4.-iE. J. Moore, Key-
10th regimen of United States cavalry.Hurr a-Missd ElnMa Pic u Rocky Cre-E.J. Moore, Key-
came in and went in the coach and took Burnet ndPringle-Miss Laura Stone.
.- ywr the' prisoner away from Sheriff Tl Jones, Peru. Tarpon-Sinuon Savage, Tarpen.
y- d " &and carried him out where he made his Pelot-C. V. Simmons, Pelot. St. Petersburg-R. P. Jones, St.
escape and has not been seen since. Welcome-R. W. Proctor, Keysville. Petersburg.
The negro lives about one and a half Keysville-M. M. Hendry, Keysville. Roble- Pond-Lilla Hamilton,Tampa.
Sales out of town and it has been Spring Head-W. G. Ellis, Plant Port Tampa-H. M. Moore, Port
known that some one below Morehead, Cty. Tampa City.
(the 0 eqro town here) has been dealing Sistrunk-J. E. Knight, Plant City. Sefner-E. B. Jones, Setrner.
la the beverage freely for some time. Lellman-Miss Jennie Edwards, West Tampa-Mrs. Lottie H. Steph-
Sheriff Tils said three or four white iLellman. es, West Tampa.
soldier went -in the ar just before the Alafa-Mrs. F. Venning, Alafia.
Ed& OWt__ negtoe but were not ia when- the Turkey Creek-J. J. Wallace, Tur- MA.L. N IS DEVOID OF BITTER
o got balie'e that, the nesroes went in and took the prisoner key Creek. TASTE.
| Vlsleim t tC ar 1Gca n tEsiriff tTUlia did notnsuspect a5ythr.t Cork St tlon-lrvin Walden, Tur- s and Fever; ats the liver
uitti ti negroeas lled the car and then r 1uresChs and Fever; acts on the liver
twe h om.acaught the negro p:ictoner 'key Cre' eks". .... and regulates the system generally. All
Andt edi him bewan them in -the Valrico-Mlsg Maggie Kyle, v alrico. Druggists.
aKsads. anrushdotrgt he c Pleasant Grove-Mias Sadie Bran-
| *- t a 1 posible, a crowd=rIol u e o don, Alafla. Mr. W. C. Crum is perfecting arrange-
S -a pessble, a crowd toowlg as don, Alala.me or the establishment of a Repub-
t close as they could to the head ones. New Hope-J. T. Lowe, Brandon. lican paper in this city, and hopes to
S.eriff lltU semeup agoin to-day aS d Bloomingdale-Miss Estella Wurtz, Issue the first nuaer by er s t.
ker loewi hoas beennotife d of oomilem PlMr. Crum Isn a versatile writer of ability
S'Bs b }Ma al.Grtane o lt t Bo it-Da vid W am M and thoroughly experienced in the news-
va r rtte e t o u the soldiers and telee Peck--Guy Buell, Peck. paper business, and we can see no rea-
.S h. .....at oru d1 thiiep rtm SeKffner--Miss Ella Crillv, ffner. son why his undertakings will not prove
5_11 o| to-01 ,Ttl esrted Jame sa. s Jones. a Vila---C. C. e iy, nDover. succeeful. The Tribune wishes the
**,H#feyS -tu-heA? new T tt,'e & nh L a- c M. Casy, Miver e enterprise ali the success it merits.
thite, to-day to fall, 'charred with a ll- Cork Academy-J. Casey, Miss
.."K=_:-- |tewa ky without a license. Me was Kittie Campbell; Plant City. Gonnale Tesa, July .-Trhls is to
tiefi yesterday Mahal Grin Pan City-David WIiam, M certify that I have use Halls reat
R iHr "- TSn rs aad Tenth regiment of ct-ay-. Gregory, Miss Kate Young, Miss Troubles, and I am satisfied that I have
ana Keller, Mr E. G. Burney; been very greatly benefitted by It. I
y and FIrst-reIment Ohio volunteer ullyr recommend it to others slmi-
cavalry are stil hea, Ohin thuteyw Plant City. lariy afflicted.
BiES q.....s.h.. ly be mived agai. -B thel--. C. HendiT Sedner. As. FP. MiLLER.
Some. r threatshsla' been made by some Mt. Enooo-T. J. Beaty, Plant City. President First National Bank.
^ Port of th b. t Acting Brigadier General Hunt, of Standard Academy-W. V. Durst. Dp i i
Mt h- T eavalary put a guard at the Antloch. jat
train to percent any further. trouble. Thonotosassa-Mi-s Lillian Miley,
hstr e was no soldera except the guard Antloch.
-- o ^about when the train left. Fltnt Lake-Miss Mannie Evans, n
S Depoty United States Marshal Web- Thonotosassii. I
..... .. W rei*^A-^'- davs bat has. not made an1aarrix yet. ._

.m CAPITAL $100;Q00.00..000 :
Largest capital of any bank south of Jacksonville. Soliotaji
business. Every accomrnrodation consistent with afBb -:
banking granted. Havd unsurpassed& facihtem
for making collections at all points in
the United States. -
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: JDo. N, C. Stockton, J. B. h a*air
Man~rdr, Bego Meyers, Ziba King,C. L Jones, Peter O, nlgt, K r
ad L & CmfL .- .- "-':-. :
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I Wante Agent or Bra.chI Manager f
8 11 ina y at'r Tow*.|
On Salary or Comnilo
Wasurr osneto ei k.
86M and 3i1 sAc loeM { '}
Samples and self measure blanks sebt by iaiL

A. S,% 1H,


All Eyes Are'

On the Greatest Bale Tampa "."
Has Seen tor MarWny' eas No
thing Has Equ lled Tifs t

* Great R^o

It is not a sale of wh4a we will 40, about g
Sing to do, but what we are actually doi.
Selling highest grade merch a Mi se: a i
than anymanufacturer's or jobbsr't `k tce. ^-
We are determined not so morem 4 .)" ilr a
worth of gods into our new store f it-canl
S besold. -

Great Reductionri
All Wash Fabrics in the house, Table IUnens,
Towels, Napkina, Lace Curtains, Portler, .
Screens, Swiss, Ladies' and Childrena' Mus
lin Underwear, Lined 8Suiting and Orath
Honeycomb and Mar-eilles Quits. and Ev-
* erything You MaylWant and Need.

+* OURLIP11 SAHR 8111
SMany pairs of $2 to $3.50 Oxfords o
were sold in the past week at $1.48. This i
price ho*i good as long as they last.

Almost at your own price and no charge for


SHOPPING BY MAIL, Establised PrwestLs ttObLkCeCt,

Importers and Retailersof .

Mai Orderliqa.
We have a regular orgtnis4d department 6deer t*5i
vision of one of the firm for this branch of our bIrut is
at a distance can send for samples and may depehi o6nT i
any order entrusted to us filled Vtth the same prolrtn i
care, and at the same prices asif personamIyjseleeIts.& r
us for samples and prices on anything in the Fay'i )rY 3
Line. Our store has been specially constructed for the p
of a Dry Goods business. .It is the largest, b Q~jot elMC
best constructed, and contains all that experinpe
to render it the most useful, comfortable and A~ttra .e r
kind. It is accordingly one of the sights of Louisville]- .
"Bacon's Advertiser" coataihS price list of ltanCyf j
Goods mailed free on'application. ...

J, BACON & SON8,. -
425, 425, 429 E. Market 't;, above Preston. Looisr4 y,

EDWARD MAitRAR.a. I D n J. .. 8AlMDE3BRl t J.HU
as-it Vis -essdaoi. l

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Oed o Dae sul t see Ohio woman Suffwed Greet Aer The cordial reception of the Star The report WGaetee ask
rm., nt of Dwa-Lt ttre h ouldtbohese v From a Terrible Sorw-Her 8tegy Spangled Banner in Puerto Rico is une the oicers In commed or the army at
the Case, mnd Her ure. of the pleasurable surprises of the war. antlago are mending to Washingtoun *
S ph g in the e, Nes "For y woMUctd wa a The entire populace of Ponce (the are anything but gratyling. There
r ome Canada. of July h the moat nm al iwsy e bnoeos second city in the islland) turned out to claim that the only means to prevent Ltry x '
s cand Use bloh om eS i imlt ta ad Iuin a as nd a 1 ,ead*4100Y.2 1 welcomee our boys ln blue. Aod b t wM the losl of hailf the army 1 0to vIt me t lit

g To show this unscrupulous contortion- bur sad fb all the t~ad dihrge a genuine Bpanish welcome-a co- at once back to the United Stte. Sto i the h o
gs d trlth o. My henb was good with mingling of ornate ceremony with in- The tot-llrgesce mut, be very pleas* ebahmaat,*$t meam
l"t o f the trth up in his ow unenvable theeepaoft m I tried a rati spring enthusiasm. ant to the Southern regiments that are h r

a. ie en fuin;i ptzhatethe sore othoet would brdly In contemplating the picture tie to be sent to Satiago .totks the poderedISg lL
rM stand the pain. I eould not go nea -the reader must not lose sight of the fact places of thcse mtoops who sie to be mi iis of d iwe
a .d ,T ed "TXIJA W JACK EPIDEMIC. drewftlootsaftmlagittensely. Someone that the Puerto Ricans fully realise brought away from there. The &o- C paper mf shave' bef il
...... II The Dread Scourge s at Work Among ,ent me paper@ ootoialinlg testimsoolals of that this invasion means the subjection called regiments of immunes will I thbe nlv i ll
.mpSo.. 3 diTampa Soldier. crs by Hood's Sraparll, and Id of the island. sent to Cuba to In the duty tha thea tares
,*-- -5 41- my husband 1 would like to try thi med- toba co
.**** JExOlve dlp tch to the News. Icine. He got me a bottle and I found it Por a time it looked as though Gon- seasoned aod picked regiments of toe gnoe. Our wori "tobss"" ..
S tTsrL t. a y, at yTa.mp J ly ht, Tampa helped me. I kept on taking it untI myt eral Miles' march would te a trium- whole amy of the United States ha.r dertw.
Il Bay, and Port Tampa. there are now limb wa completely healed. I aIsmot phal procession across the "land of per- found too deadly. Yellow fever Is bad HOW Z ",^
eleven hOun solders, and they are praise Hood's Sarsaparitla enough for the spring." enough, but when it its acrmiinled0 W o"e O Ra e
IA a bad way owing to the excessive pgret benefit it has been to &I, ItPetual weapt-tog." Rb5We
hmt eP of yellow and ma- clsstheblood of all impritis and Doubtless General Miles' proclamation with a host of Lindred di ea&s tlat for any SCa O tafA :" __t
M.O. ifr 'n^g nfrot f Wi Ve bee leaves it rich and pure." M M. ANNA E. contributed a great deal to this grati- even the Ufe loij Inhablitants ~ the cured by Sa'se Cat a -. '
S 1 FPeandia. on the East EAKx3, Whittlesey, Ohio. fying spectacle. He told the Puerto Southern States nave never been ac- F. J. C cot. and arrangements have been Yon can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all We th-i-Ai e h w:e
made for the removal of other re- druggists Besureto get only Hood's. Ricans that "the American people e eame customed to, it is not hkeiy that any .l
mut but a vligoronn protest has been bearing the banners of freedom, inspired greater proprl.Ion of the men who are believe him pesftey hao mhf
'*ea,"WOO P sent to Washington. oi which it was s1a-at ve W
1 leged that yeHow fever has become epi- Hood PS ca Price by a noble purpose to seek the enemies to be sent o .-elleve the army .f cc. bfusin assa s i
1~'1eis c dzemle .and aithat to remove the troops of our government and of yours., nd to cupatlon will escape than of the army & e sto y ut ebMliYaw ad "
j. UcvJ'+ V & 4t ir5ent sln01), means the spreading by lris.-
-- f the dread disease all through the GENERAL SHAFTER'S TROOPS. destroy or capture all armed resels- now there. WNW& er --glln l
I ntoGeorthe sfFAltCarold na. The -- lance." The thoumsuids of mlagulded youths T e tho. i
ankpinto Georia admth CaroUna. The Two statements are made in rearirdiWA -
a d water of Tarpa is In part respond to General Shafoer's troops. One is A conquest such as makes til brigit- whose anxiety to get Into the army at WAF.L.CD0S) 0 .
.NDIDATEL e for the fact that the military bo that they are to be brought home, and est page in a country's history. this late hour of the etrif*, and who all r
pitl is overcrowded wIth patients, and the other is that thb are to be mov ed

re t i 1 backIfcomESantlom d ago to a hemte ycalre t t name of humanity, blthat the county riepe, ande statements will h rf no wise preu have claimed m ,
i re It" Is I .an bthe, hillk. In either casethe so-r
LeaTrem this-wte t" fotisla._ rWcahed Immune regiments are to t a should insist on being honestly treacec. to be immunen, inotber woric. to have-Per bottle .by

Java le oenecorrect contusiot no occupied by armies should not be ha, yeUow fever. and all other
as, Dadve -tyIa a.. preni froeirein tie, their place in guarding Santiago. No There is a n overbearing demand., in the had the yellow ftvet, w And that tbeee 'at lmiLM .Pil lA*550

ed a *at Washington agaiese the the fIrAt place the so-called Immune -eg kept dangling in suspense. Thousands diseases that have. and are pro,/&3 so 0111"
to that city. The arrival at Mullet Ief Thereareodurse a good manim- .o the survivors of Weyler's victims in fatal to the hardy. soldiers of the regular
, of Co J. AstLor wi .ss mth a meae mo am thd a are n even worse condesitin ethma army, a3sd the men In .he voluntsr
has complicated affairs, as e C'o on yellow fevpr nr b-en exposed to if. they were In before we blockaded the regimentse .
0Poiet aUss wa w4 aL ufh the s9of i.tmne a tiofi ftoaisland.i Wecannotnbef If an army must be kept in Santla..
ve e e b. e ore0' o r n wo il.beatt ackedi by -itrn t party t.o their starvation merely m e better to leave the
so r or e herhe r afit th lmen rm e a wcho have nad the fever duringti s wh rA"NhS"..ee a,.S wo
hm IeUbut tuma Sk l theahSnta .ss uminga mmat biLn ais humor the fantastic fly al and u vioted il, b. 'a 60ese fterel
LL possible. and the dispatch ea ute oio the an cer of urupulous and callous ca to a the city than to aasa
baasbecome epidemicat Tampa t..icer 1 le the od.... ih havero 'dfe .... ..pn d imesh ld o e h- Io f h...e. p oe
Glen wnot allow new case to L antago remain in tt city? The Spantoshb pol"ticians. If the adisra ae away snd send a free lot of Tic- il
Sdat rc The ,ribTapt': e idlers who have had the fever are nu v toun permits of dawdleng.i idefntc e- ts a i easj t har ted o the fer-c d f ..OW .
tess ls io tol resmdet urn 0le o ued oe0 th'em wihe ter eadt o r-wd ae inee or nd .nt n ry se th e een s oa ee
tan Imune. b etnt e e to lstLthe es afoind m thor ou i cty.- lay. and does this to 'conclate' Spain, ts8m-1 gII teaciat ws.J an 5' MCA-E
rKeyW .fever'w, noa nm b o at e feath m- pa y to thei sr atn mery o twtd ee itmra Ih Ietter to la
0101rk h o nipti i of i inewtelesttothe o dieerhelo ever than 1 ver500-l-ah fre m culb
h anrto e vocsteOf Thpg, acnd- Tho prmim u oney syth",e is a -on permits ofpdnwdBint, indefiniteade-
niec '.rielG'uynrgi 'Meai^ o Kt he re is no use in tte e or morn it wilt maae a capital mistake, to-ilt>- have te fever was.an una v.'TWW. .
W retoiv-J oooe ree le o caity speaking, ard commit a gave eavic evl. but t will e tb he Uht of pi
fiarm tin er s elo eob eno fe 'ever pltnic.s to send an army of fresh vetims to
O on to glory wlll e landed at Port Tampa and mtt- The above is from the Savannah N,;e crime. to e e y of relts o
ouel J. J. Aror therefords cannot pass hav these hopo rs of the pthe p w -eks
throu MA and is eminently correct in every de- Our sycophantic a nd Imperialistic e te honcr the Pat w e
t-rot W..-- '.,,tail. There is not In fact one-fifth of wOhlispas o nt caer- s. rea the donoavnats e.e
Shad one of theor authorities do not make worshipers of ImperaUism have paid the re a will hey hve
t4 A s' e -0 1 r4 'O the so-called immunes that arere ally tributeof their adoration at the rine
St exceedingly warm for this unprio yde ribue o heirm .l nemy to encouatera a t.hrnse
lt lying wrtwim tr this eiivnp f~ee from yellow fever. Take boys of Blismarck until liberty-lovhg moi dl e ,t merel-u n.r
e uchr Stae did ft rcnaeckatoi Bsefrom the Southern counties ot Florida ti .so.th e rck of hspuak of (
se t ot -thir o. *d one t .for instance w ho have enlisted u derthanthepedti neof ai n o T w mo ol To m od w h e ,to a p a A E c
i ch ded md sesa I a. Teim great statesican viewed from an mm- for hia o U To I
S 't-he steyl le oe- ane doY"e.e nthe style of .er.and anhewa e Pr ced Yellow Jnckt
. s Tntason should be made an ex- would seize themy with the avidity of perm t standpoint, a be was n Those shao are here now hace L en
tamplet f iad given the bullet extend t drks flocking to a dough I e a ee est T al g oa nt. new l ro ext acclm atized. and EAs MS
uo'%of oreemanu's standpoint. He was a power- s -. .tter n. .
QC tW W1-%. -, c.:t"rstand the -ex mak oneh 0-tter thtan, &an.
are not immunes, nor Is a great manY ful enemy to the Republican Idea of fresh regtm-"nva that can peobly be or-
-,---others that call themseve.--frsh.s oh t tt tnteselvee tmn mubrea.
SThey pwl see the error of their ay government, and w le he made% gb nied. t .viii ho* almost certain
.tlW9"M140 "The Tribune as well s the peoupleaf when they are Sent tow the tront under German nation a reat power, he crush- death to send new men to C(uba from ithe
Sora iftheartily md or false statements 1 mad e with the desire an Won cll aIn r United U^ | H Msot
1g th oetl e thae.sJacks vle Me- o inle -lot urmy Of blue eoats. liberty. We do not want any BI rk death rate it sure to be greash r mog
agf. ing h ar o e n inAmerica any more ehan we waint an them than n the ranks of the ^preslat
reith55 advocating the send- T prize money ste imperial government..
In Og tlM to da Ahevio or N uew ," k hi pr le. Ther muhay o The United States CommiS oner of pan h a aco epted the term of e
Norh S, ae d ... _.t .""ters al n they Im o posed o I b t von o murb vistorht e sS4i.e Am r dMq
~ ucaption. nhis official clasi ils ion Of
oin plnn etyp o r ever tce money the colleges of the country in his last futurepruaper of O IsMUp A nse *&i nSV t. A!?OCtB
t ,.' f L, nt ^ wldlPlt the various pla.es among seamen. I n fact, the soldiers o 4t n t o e t | E "" *

more -sM -am_-gtroupe and pa- pie greater hardships than the salors.Va.. ,in Division A. with Vassar. Weles*- send a large army to Havanp andma ther
S 1ee 'rtl a he thmn I tn T i cs i t Ther are few canes Sampson a Dewey and their men are o r, b Ma towns to wp reaer verr, der.land y
" I d a ele d -tow s a to pres erve r de. and
of l sarefew in or la cl outsde of no more deserving than Shafter nd his bly and eleven other high-grade colleges gone the tntdrem of all the Srdeata of C
o oinay. h lloand men dIserigh for women. There are four In the East.,theme points, regardlessotf their nateone-
...n.s- 5hSleP hempaht and seven in the North, and two in the West. ality. This great gusrdlan army wl the same emAn06

actfteChidre an ea frit nd rineT result of the Marion county pr
act e children and eat fruit and drink partmt it should be made more effci- e Spain is at the bar, pleads guilty and
Theer Intead of attg proper food and evy respect This i one of the e held on Sar implores the mercy of the court. b
SiudraWlng waler. Take Cb maug eentta deptts in the cty representative, W. K. Zewadski and M. llJl. l :

these pface are n no better heatb hundred per cent better than it is at candidates for this of ce. For co to
laLuo. th and they Ae in s.. I s o .it. GrLifin, with no opposition; for A hn-An. a__
ome 2amoi'4. d thantd heyacehaloij uAn cm
Sm o d t ing attention to the severance tax assessor, J. G. Matthews and J. T.
aThm K perhWo more destre to g eof relations between the Yor Lancaster will have to run over aa- yln U wit W BROW NI
Sto secuWorld and the Sylvester coval,. there get Into

has lost eoC-sIpMeonts seem to be re ay this war, and none need have any idea gtlo0 m lakT? a,
I o t upn those that have thciurament about who In ecnrtu- that we are likely to get out of Lt In B you fih sof
u eu o to se t a h t b lated.-A g toia Chronicle. Ithal reIpe t a aPerfet.wg as o
n a great ou to 8lUln--,s a week. It Is about as hard to turn P-Mi hav W Bl n:b xh
-.n'+ wa..-e a;c.,' ,greato o routcry toa
'.' a the other I, but To the Tribune It looks as though the loose a war as to take hoi--Auitwa, hh m i6 0.1P D .RO .. "---:
St bet~ ys not a word as to their own towns powers that be have succeeded most ad- Ga.)Cbronlicle. po. lSod. -
.d whtoops were mobWed therein or rtoably in keeping General Lee in the aes a o E GNA C0Xo
thehCelb th of their c--lt'. bt I ground and robbing him from any sent two hundred bushels of velvet in te s a as In the esOpI
+.* i .< ... honors that mikht have been connected be to the Secretary o grcutur at I lfC d Stb 8%, UCt a o tS
amount 5 o wtotheSecretary ofAgricultureta t70tlaeba fatens tads
lIMH:; ^. a Th. Imoumn41 o[ w (Oleu U n., witrh his movements+. wa~hmgon for general distributiongton for general distribution..
g;reinhss T~wlsmhehn by the Sar1d cob Pubie Hlanco has announced in Havana that assum Of V06 T'a5
x enL' l i l '5i +.5leut to put this city m General Linares has ceased to exercise Rufus Wilds, a prominent young suA ai
+.; ]WrF eZJet In "- jurisdiction over Santiago. Thi shows business man of St. AugVtlie died sud- ".
a c bw he V paved, and Ch- %werage S. that Io a round about way the Captain denly Sunday night of heart failure.
Im ;IiM~ ..r.t Into .thoroei h working ....- I General someLlmes tells the truth. A short time in hot weather bsows .
IiHaana will make a handsome and that ne Ire-in a melting mood-Is f c w ff Cof d v | H
a^S^l.Aro~ orsque winner resort, but will play ot what it is crced ni to se p J i t
V'E5akI*n jtret 5boid t.oado %t e s tb the many charms presented It is said the Delaware peach c-op will hdlpYoc s A76 06 qr asH
Sig-' IIne'iiz to"othe otIff'"and the itnI b. Fiorind to those that seek perpetual again be a failure. Just now the san ~ L' *a &ft W d
P itEI LeLT* nS Si ace to sunshine and flowers. peaches are plentiful enough. ^w wake aBs.
.' is.m,, iefsuio'spaT tihe-s, thathUm There are 0,000 budded trees In the dss a_ R m t^ "-
srlent orant e groves near _DeL.n4 a )P
.Sd'T"aa ot 'hec ever- Land all o uniformI aM.
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Sx Trasports From Ssstiago
Have Started for Heme.

Ko to a di til

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Traty of Pace W1il be Drfted aid
the War Will Ead.

A Slight Xodifleation of the Terms
is Aaked by th Spanish Govern-
ment, but Wil Hardly be
Assented to.

Special to the Tribune.
Madrid. August -5-The conference
called yesterday between the political
leaders on the subject oi the peace
terms offered by President McKinley,
till continues.
Marshal Martines de Campos, is quo-
ted as sayln: "I openly favor peace
Bverythins that has happened in this
tz pould have been easily foreseen, but
l- most eissminstlc could never have

Democrats of Florida in Convention Assem-
bled, Select Their Candidates.


John L. Morgan Named for Railroad Commissioner-All Other
Incumbents Renominated--No Contests--Harmony Prevailed.

McKinley Will take Contrl am
Result His Cabinet Xay HNa
be e-Organid-The Sea
tary's Reply in Ful.

Washington, August .-The Rot
Alger war grows warm. All Wa
ton is excited to-day over the
of the Colonel of the Rough Ride
the rebuke admIntetrated by Sec
ot War, Rnsell A. Al r.
The factions are at battle, anl t
is not yet. The letter that ha
so much feeling, and the anIwe
has roused the indenatUon of
velt's friends are as follow:

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*" U !EW iisgLned that our misfortunes would Special to the Tribune. friends o! CoL R H. . Davldeon, of -"Sntla. July 3-ELr Iear rMr. Se- w of-1q
Oad claim that Morgan was put in by retary: I am writing witth t ewlo-
g|^ ^ be so great. Orlando. Fla. August L-The State 'adadenwere very sore over his defeat reay: I am writing with the jaow*
'"The destruction of the squadron Democratic convention of Florida con- the railroad element. ledge and approval of General eWhLt r. ''
~r TI commanded by Admiral Montojo, at vened at noon to-day in the opera house When the committee on resolutions "We earnestly hope that ye will send fT O JAn
.3Manalla. and tha squadron commanded In this city, and for the first time in reported, a great effort was made to get us most of the regular ad t aay r i
by Admral Carvers. at Santlago, and more than a dosen years there was no the convention to endorse a pl ate the cavalry dilrono g t
hold primaries in they rate the cavalwy d lvMIcndlgMe
the surrender a Santtago, as well as the contest, and consequently no need for nomination of State ofiters, and also to Rough Rider who are aMs d a an
S rapid and un-rwsted occupation of a committee on credentials. Every- have the people express their wishes in regulars and there times a good as 1i 9W
Porto too0. 0ould no have been tmag- thing was harmonious, and even the the primaries in 102 as to their choice any State troops, to Porto RiTo. The e '
load evaL by anY orm delegations from Duvarl and Volui for United -States senator to suoeed.
-' ed en by ay one. delegations from Duval and Volua Stephen R. Mallor, whose term will ex- ar effective men Ol this O n ,0
- 'I t the superlority of the United counties, respectively, were united, pireon March 4. 103 I those who wre left bhei were
is Stats, aCh t evn taking that into con- The convention was called to order by The resolution was lost by a vote of joined to them. we ou ld landat Porte
A* &- a.;-I sVwer imagined the extent Hon. W. A. Rawla. of Leon county, lM 1-2 aanlrst It to 78 1-2 for it. Rico in this cavalry dIvtson, eloas to Waftfgi n4 gtr.4q
cab- o lbs we would itsuffer i o the Irnah Do ocr A ] The resolution adopted reaffirms the
eI we wold e rman of the State a D ocratic egisce of the Demorats ofi Ford 4 00o0 men, who would be worth sS cepted the tes. r
iectve committee, who in a brie speech to the Chicago platform of 18i9; con- any 1.0000 National Ga ,armed t Preadent M rl8bi
S All For Peace expressed his gratification over the fact gratulates the army and navy of the black powder, Springfeld or any other w t m -
that not a county In the State hd United States upon their glorious vc- archaic weapon V eeotly,
t te nsent a cnttesting delegation.Hon. tories during the war with Spain; con- a "THEcw DORE RV 6 9:"o a t' M rs"
Augs to the T he b M ad. r cr e- C Crof vi, reeadth s of gratulates Commodpre Schley upon hi THODORE ROO i T." the V e rel sie 1bu
i ari. Auut 5 -The Madrid corres- C. Cooper of Duval, read the list of victory at Santiago in destroying Ad- The reply of Secretary Alger cabled The offial a o
t O w ad dent of the Temps. telegraphs that aelegatts certined to him by the cuun- miral Cerveras' squadron, aid condemns to Colonel Roosevelt follows:, was oOnveyed to Poedde
"W wker lBno Pon there is no danger of any uprptnges n Ete. in hij capacity as secretary. of the the policy of the present administration
*; *, :**:;@, w,'t :' o d oie F 2 oue leaeo e a Oupua-oYo u r letr of,3rd Is received. The athis .kft
S m ep now Spaln. He add that everybody SLt committee. Forty-three ou o regarding territorial expansion. o letter of 3rd I received The is erVm
r sila .The drs esrous o ea Thoh profoundly to:ry-tiv cummlttees were represented The convention adjoutned at a late regular army, the volunteer army, and on by the Pr
deploring the necesity for making such the exc-3poLts being Calhoun and Le. hour and many of tle delegates :ett for the Rough Riders have al done well, s pe teM i gid
WPialt Tbur-da&-nher5 great sacrifices" .'.na. us for oh-arman 1 fth e cnr their homes'on the high! trains. All but I suggest that, unless yOU want t. 0 enipot1ss1ey rns1
I 1o1. totn wo, Ieov vr.n were then called lor. T'e name were pleased with the hospitality of the l the eec and lor o or In te
of S y. L. Carter, o Aacbhla, was pre. cittuens of Orlando. spoil the effec glory of r v I n
5e 1d'` tum UaM2r0. PEACE E1ZCG I&TIONS. rented by C. I Wilson, of Jackson tory, you make no invidious oompua- and which wks at pea
OaNp --41^d e aIL- Judge W. Hunt Harris, of Monroe, ons. The Rough Riders are no better dabinet, MIntiter Sagast
JudgeM OVING TROOPSH "tory yo tusks no-- "ios which ink a t eac'
oasesplaced W n noSenion the name udo .Mr.f
*r by len erSpain Will Submit Her Answer Sun. e in insat onf Herando. Mtf r than other volunteers. They had an the Queen Re esfe ath
, h, dayL a Evening. Carter akltea co( t nbs name be wanD- l advantage in their arms, for which they mant for peoe on th
tobmti e tauptr 7 ng. drawn and that the nomination of Mr. -ought to be very grateful the Pre dent, an d h Ia
SWashington, D.C. ugust 4.-A cab fngu be made by acclimation. The $35,000 to Catrr a R g; int IFrom "R. A. A ER. Oeneal Woodtrdi~ofc i.
pd m Vn 4ded ahe ft no D. C., Aust ab- motion was put and carried by a unan-
g vtt e net officer who had a conversation with mous vote. M Jen.ntngs wt ea- Here to Montauk Point -Railroads '**Sia-r of War." Span be named as ,aog
*hLe' uto tPrestident McKinley this afternoon corted to the platform, and in a brief Preparing to Haul Troops. This correspondence is in addition to the part of the Unite d
d xth eavaly; then stayed that it was certain that a final cuaisse thankea the delegates for the the dispatch sent by Roosevet in regard for 'a vett lnt ,'t
Seseiry ma n Fil y t reply of Spain to the United States honor. He then called for nominations From tathtrday's Daly. to the necessity of movlIn the trooP treaty. e
e) would not be received before latter part for secreary. The name of C. W.From Saturday's Daily. to the necessity o moving the troop treat.
S of this weekJ. This means that It Is to V naie, of asarion. was placed tbeore The Plant yftem and the Florida from Santiago at once.
s h ~ be communicated to e P idet o- the convention and Mr. White was elec- Ceetral and Peninsular Railroad are he friends of Alger and the trends
b.aslte, The other cially Sunday afternoon, and word from tea by acclamation. The representa- le:h expecting, and in a measure pre- ob Roosevelt were hurriedly summoned
tli.n r to Genral the French Ambaessdor setting an hou tires of the press in attendance were re- ;aring to move troops northward. The to Washington to-day and the rent ys r-. e
n tea flor the mee ueis the report: in official circles to-day eS tar as aIapans u oe presslon exists in railroad circles, of the whole matter may be a ourt- AIMIW IA
ItIsoiil reoetoath sermartial and a reorganisatlon of the
S It is offIcally reported to-day that The next business was the election and is evideltly based on advices from cabineL
sad w tMll l herSe aMJor General Butler of South Carolina of a committee on platform and reso- Washlngton, that Tampa will soon be Preeident (McKtnley has taken the en- Specia to the Tribe
"wil e m e governor general oCuba lutiona. It ws decided that thiseon- etlrely abandoned as a camp, and that tire matter Into his hands and the out- asW1e. tW
S snd and Inslead of General FItzhugh Lee, who mittee should consist of one member etrel a d a keandt teut- 'ahn tkui
m t honooif wa e at first supposed would receive the from each county" represented, each such c- the troops aas do not go t come s watched with the keenet nter- d ro
WtE" n. ad4 bessdIWOa honor of recognLtion delegation to ,edct lu member of the Porto Rico will be sent North to Mon- the t filrh- w
neda"l pJaic s hde, ll h committee e, e result was the selec- tauk Point, the eastern end of Long A loyal Disa t: Totl
Sp.nish Admiral Visiting. ton of the following delegates to serve I a; csw
f^M^^f10 '- irC;t^ .**as such committee on platform and Island. M m temon
lloSpecial to the Tri une resolutions: It Is also believed that soldiers are to Special to the Tribune. fevr returad ia.
Sm toteTrune. e Alachua, 8. L Carter; Baker, _. It be moved from Fernandlna and from London. Auust L-There appeal to This Is the la mt nuB
S elk, Va..ugust b--Admlrl Cer- Barber; Bradford.J. H Breard Lakeland. bath of which places have a myteryn connection ith the d- reported n
..TS. ,a thisrer- L lay, J. E. McEolt; Columbia, a a considerable troops to Montauk. The parture of the Princes of Walea or The uport w A 1i' 3
r. nrBole: Dade, E. N. Dlimmick: Dedoto. Florida Central and Peninsular is un- Copenhagen. It is semi-offical' y re- Ts Totl k M tieotal
S. oo. They left Annapo on role G Smith; Duval. Cromwell Gibbons; derstood to anticipate that orders will affirmed that her leaving England Is due e oaw s. t fl
1~ .2i n .l -, 15 e y .,ted,. baviAg been granted special Escambia, J. Milliard; Franklln. i. b o to illness o her mother. the Queen of
jeas8% itA D. t pe to visit CaptaJ. Concha, L'. Grady; Gadsden, Thomas Mitchell; be forthcoming at an early date for the Denmark, but two denials sf her ml.- 'sU5 Iist:._
comm der of het Admial' h p amilton. S. L. Varnedoe: Hernando. transportation of the sixth cavalry from estles illness have been received ram causing couns iabe s
l*-- t F. I. Roberton; Hllborouh. 0. B. Fernandina, and the Plant System eit- Copenhaien, and rumors a.te rrent effort will bem mp
o To amp~e. r also to visit the *ethat thePr tfe@* %6 -s & dis 3gree entire t o a n x o
L-Geera afS the Maria Theresa. and gprknan; Hblmes. W. H. Brett; Jack- dently looks for m a similar movement t theat pe d dlaree- p r or th' a "
i wtKnLtary report other Spanlsr ick' nd wounds~ at the aon C. I. Wlson; Jefferson, W I. ment-with the Prn*nt Wale.- t t e .
.. :r '.e, ... .... f f.r.om the endom its cr e
-n". %i ltll h iheire. All nthe te merS amar; lflette J. 'E. Morarty: ake, from e en of tsin. ..
--e f buntn In onor of .'. Teague; Lon, N. W. Epp; Levy, tonauk is 1,40 mt from Tampa, HOW L O "S
ffli, ig the Ladr;.H .htirg in -Msee ontauk ii 1,460 intlepfrom'Tampa, HOW To) 1#00X 00M..
aio. the Larot flew erl _oHnBe im yd o Iberty, W. H. Swan; where there are probably fiverregio
t dmil Admrl and a launch lay at o Madis Mon tanatee s is
reave the stingsh l ai. Mrion, R betBu ;ne, meets encamped- Of this distance the Good 1e tw ltiyl th d8 etii h
SV i tr c. l the- itW .ed. fl- ohn D m:a Nsmau D.. Dya-av Plant Sytem has five h unded mles of d ap, dependg st yo a h i~ Sni b
ishOrange, J. F. Welborne; Osceol, 3. ai. track. A rate of two cents a mile condi fIas o th vi aR l aiss I
LasO NA Pt ee; asqc. Sb. Frzierr; Polk, Jefferson made for the raiortion of troops, the 11 iy s LnStiv you hors a %2001 port neit h eweeftf
.~ .... zlm; O Santa omaT Ro B. Ei l S ; umter, have dyspe l
4ab- PtonatutH Prr SJhns L soc oe th e Pih tlemlokIfyustacsw rt -hM
t4ta ; u'-,, TroepNew Here Cugoraim -or eabl D_ H. Baker; Suwannee, W. S. Hodge; bout $1 for teach soldier h auled rom ae ade l
Taylor, S. A. Peacock; Volusla, W. C. Tampa over Its lines on the way to are affected. 7O Ubarn Is08 OiSed Ilee The expeiMtion wil
rthw o r th. Cannon ; Wakulla, S t Walker, Montauk, or for a full regiment about good health ad yo a wSirs Brafter aOsKI.g
s=.s^,teb.. TbWAJ .'rp Irtt.. Reeeva; ehlgtn, h ehave g'ood El" a chootre "lcrL s"
oete r. The Second United tates cavalry. A resolution was adopted requiring baggage, but a each soldier is allowed a good alternriVe ad.tol .,? : ;
that all resolutions be referred to the 101 pounds. he aggregat allowance reotly on the stomach, iver su1kVdscws
. ommittee on platform and reolt for the regiment of about 1800 pounds, pries the blood, cu pl Pat-
eroon for Fernandin. where It will that committee had reported on the practically precludes any excess char- and hoil, and gives god old -solo1,-ra
S.. econd go Into camp r short wh&l r same. e Every bottle g mnicee -S0ld "3 MM V1
oauk, A recess was then taken until 3 The entire transportation expense on B.Leonardi's drug store. 50 oents per l ue, and irotttv
se"c I"r -o -'The committee on resolutions and a regiment for the entire distance O b bottle. r
"- elw tl vU6 eV ed o platform met Immediately after the Montauk Point, from Tampa, wt4te i--T 3 -.- 6 _t- j. -
Intocamp or e summer. adjournment. and organized by electing abaiit ,33.50. There would en* T sS S
t yThe'orde General Co -. Ccomwell Gibbons, o, Duval, chairman. chea of care a the way threIug het elc i atf L
~b'r r ech he"eerda. It directed him at which hour it met lna room provided from Tamnp to Jer3ey City, and the Bc.the wonderworker, t U "It m
gemw \ all troops In his corps, emoapt in the San Joan Hotel. where a majority Plant System, would of course, derive utl11- A"o Tlo C&0t6 L c % s u'
re dered to P orto,p_0 tO MO,.0 te de ioon .had.ther he r- some Income from the use of Its car erin aemed Oa. Ohi r C C O
ph s 1 0 ls oops ? now here tw Fi t..-we`rs, t large emr hcor of re olutiens over the lines of the other companies.
cfaa soc camp tn-e~ tl L1atngeX.ersr habnpedfr tle committee. and the
o- ek--- +b- + can+ be made foS.im.ade esta wael tt t woid, tak a long To move three regiments would mean
td.on to Montauk. General CoppInger time to examine all om them and rub- an expenditure by tha government for
W- e1 pleased'at this &'ehage mit a-report that would be satisfactory faiee of over liel00. 'a isaetly
a-fort he reports he has received from the to the majority of the delegates. n .. ...
- ftihnents now ait ernandina, have cot WFen the conventloq met in the after- nece.slry.
--''0a"'ben of 'a nature' to lnsptre any great noot-the nomination i9f candidates was The haul of the FlPorida Central ad
i sa t e-0-' wlwith that point as a camp taken up. The chairman announced Peninsular over rts lines on the way
S et",Cor troopss In mid-slummer. that the offces to be filled for which from Fernandlna to Montauk is sald to
candidates must be nominated wee as be about 75 miles, which would give it
ecirlof so 7 lt iNt,. co "Tfe wi candidates for justices of the about s6,00 for the transportation of a 4 DO you wkv up i the mcir W^
o f Tble ocie Supreme court, one for the full term of regiment of 1.200 men. The horses, of O U
tirest o Speca to Tbo .- six years. and the other to fIl the ut-ie "
_' r al-ti.o ^ n ,erglW^-V expired term of Hpn. B. S. Llddo re- course, g s fregt and their removal r& e4 J,
twit Ge ral signed; a state treasiurer to fll thd un- from one point to another isa big item
r* pbi e~lta'o'c. O ja LCo(i is: two rail- of expense to the War Department and energy mat wa UD ljU I
lek etrorh i n eaac or term of Income to the railroads, ou Cyour O7 JOU W m Iii omdf
B O.i'B-St EMlders have been ordered to oroeed at of four yeas,"r asld ons ralPrad commis- m t t r .'.
E~^~^~ otasi 'I Poitnt. Long Island sooner for the term of two years. YELLOW JAUNDICE CURED. -
HK il[[ t ft. T places of these The convention decided to take up __
3 io. ~lm ni n be se- The names of F. B. Carter and B. Fer"
e. s.sedt to cafy them from Tampa to Taylor. the present incumbents nere with every means possible for Its relief
IJ 6'. .... -. m osu bmitted. and there being no opposl- It is with pleasure we bubllisthe fol J '- "
S _Se- 4 ,^'1 ,.v*. "-i. Uon, they were nominated by accllma- lowing: 'This is t" oertt.y ihlt I va E .
t.on. tret'"
^ .- s... ,"i .- .' aPFtoctic. For the office of State treasurer, only a terrible suferer from Yellow Joun1
". .-'- .",~. .-.-- one name was presented to the on- dice for over six months, and was treat
| tePliali M rrLu' Vlera ,. mention. that of Hon. J. B. Whitfleld, ed by some of the best phystolaD na ..- -
-M a"'8 l^was appointed -by Governor -Bo- city and all to no avaiL o., os ,- asw O ,
Ffji )l~l 'jol,.:e .+ ,to go to d6110 The nomination of Mr. Whitfeld was ee firended eo tr
(as a Mr. PlantL,,nd also made by acclamation. and after taking two bottles, I was en and b, eel wFhidh, alowH e fl htid tooM ir, Wittf eS i i
V l S orr' *tPe came the ommatlon of three Ure cured. I now take great plea,. 'K _JT a. hid l .dr
"Lb ;'--; a''s oa sissres.. There ere ure in reoommendng them to any per, Us 4C. g'nxoxLt
Itel'' r- -. '- t^,h--"Ny *#t.Jeset a do.en eandldate, .oh e arou bst -

pHgM 1ree nctoents-Oessa Davia- I &M grteuy yoUr, 3. A uogr tr , r
and _ad Brys aa-,ad John L I or- r rnngtooi, Ky.." :
ip e f tntn Cooaty. w. z: A Hen of TdwME -
-- uh Aw* Yt re ftgea Sw.io-. J Turbun ,of Jeferso. br a on dr t
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ha sI' ied a warrant forblfTAXPA 0 CUM&.
oO Wh anehoelmties Samakae aU'h ...
an ex ample of him, that others of that ,-my and INay at Ban o. .
asia wm cease to nad epasesi e ragms Frt Bdns to be the IAtth, bi
In this or any other city of Florida. 11rom Tuesday's Daily Speak
o. Teor is Well F dd. of Mr. G. W. Shear, t this cit left hereB o ser
w.A JOURNALIT DEAD. with the Second Massachusetts volun-
E T l COoi 8a d Promn Cuba KILLED BY HIS COMRADES teers on the Shafter er edition to Cua w orn, Com plaining
on June 14th, and the first heard from
I "- "'" and Died in Tampa him was a letter received a few days .
-W ?--- 'rom Ban DSieo Was Then Murdered and the Body ago by his father. He gives a good' '
.- Pis-. From Sunday's Dally.Hung m a egimental Canteen to account of his experiences with the
p prank collins the Cuban wa r err- Oarr Out the Suicide Theory. army in front of Snantiago. o
pondent of the Boeton Journal, who re- He began by saying that upon th.ir
*8Le wtur nem d from Santiago on the steamship Case Being Investigated. arrival, the soldiers were not given any
a ransas, and reached Tampa la*t _atur- ratlons, and consequently he and three
S- day night, died yesterday morning. From Sunday's Daly. companions who went with the regiment
aa black brotes When he reached here, Mr. Collins was The body of a soldier was found hang- had nothing to eat for two whole days,
Stl4e atgOnr of Unuted States suffering with malarial ever. and this ing by the neck from a rafter In a de- but magroves ad cocoanots.
atmreed to the county jalllast oon turned into typhoid fev-r. He nas serted canteen at the site of the 6th I tell you we got pretty hungry,"
rcd4 the-aner to srrf gifer e ven every attention by the newspaper cavalry camp in West Tampa yesterday said young Shear in his letter. He tells
r3 piT~o e oUtilu trgtal men of the city, and the very best of morning. of the march from the landing place to
me dc- cal askillwasemployed. but his It was discovered by H S. Mitchell, S hony and of seeing considerable of th- .
a a bar. room at t. L system had been so run down by his a plumber in the employ of Gneeson & fighting during the battles around San-
r eto-zaday. Uch is the erpoenre In Cuba, that he grew gradual- Co.. who was taking up some water tlago. In the letter he says:
Sthe de ptur of the Ninth I1 weaker and passed away yesterday pipes in the camp ground. The Spaniards would shoot the /
ak i morning. Hel was a brilliant workter, and He summoned several soldiers, and wounded men on the litters and shoot i
stricken with fever was to secure a sent one of them-to notify Sheriff Spen- the men carrlyng the litters. They A
. y0e aff and seal7 ti ae bg scoop. cer of the ghastly find. would also shoot the surgeons an,3 the 1.'
r w1i eson ed inleading t 41 r Colln had been summoned to The sheriff went over about 10 o'clock, wounded men in the hospital tents. 4
t o 0c, tia trains wh ch the bedside of his dying son, hut ar- ,
i tU thea in d t he te to se him adi e., and after viewing the body and making They would shoot the men filling their
ber thee to Moauk o. Te nw of the young man's death an examination, pronounced that the canteens in the creek, and the men /
Li"Th -; tr ~t~or.c- t:. e.was a great blow to the father, but he man had committed suicide. According tould fall dead in the water. Some of
gp4*%U4"flmmW~ umeimant bore his sorrow bravely and In company to the evidence then at hand, this was thlie negro soldiers were placed where ,
4omp .b o+ iock. ~sd with frien of hi dead son, went to
m n g ntst. wi un deb ngSundsertakh esa sabishm e t the very probable cause of death. No they could locate the Spaniards, and
S oM delay n t t to view the body, which had been emse inquest was held, and the body remained they killed four Spanish sharpshooters /-
manlJlnued to leave the cgs-r balmed and placed in a handsome cas- in the lonely shack until 9 o'clock last in the trees directly over the ford. One /
a rd aound town, but It was ket.- The s e father will begin ha igt, at wch time tt wa placed in of the harphooters hot a wounded
m -ve ma carried h ride hom erd ou rne at once, c at m a t ha hooter t a sounded
with him te body for interment in the a coffin and carried to Undertaker man on a litter and then dropped down /
Pis eavolver. famry Ltomb at Boston. Lovengreen's establishment in the dead out of the street with both hands up. A
L_ doro a squad of the negro wagon. negro soldier was standing by, and
r oebd to the cft jall, and, A Hansome Konument. On its arrival there a Tribune re- jumping toward the Spaniard, cursed
kt oa' Z Iobmson elena, porter had the coffin opened and the him and sad: 'you can't come that.'
w e& tMW pho e s and ea ..In' te western portion of Oaklawne body was Identified by Bartenders Pike The negro then knocked the Spaniard's
..utr. ro awesMd -a St. t2 resting place of one of the grandest, and Burns of Joe Symons' bar as that, brains out vwth the butt o his gun."
I Jon.eonassu, d them best and noblest men that was ever a of Sergeant Koeffler, late of the Thir- Young Shear was on board the trans- ;I

S" don there o implcity. It is in the shape of the body of Koeffler, and that he was said that he intended to return on the
~ wd as a halt dosen rtoe an Immense sareopnagtm, six feet, six in their place as late as 7 o'clock Friday Santiago, and as that ship is now at Women In charge of homes and care- of gratitude for the same Ieopmnu
Saand Joh.oen very wisely inches long six feet high, and four night. This does away with the suppo- Port Tampa, it is very probable that the worn complaining people fnd their! the compound to my friend
eet ten nche wde te weight so that the body had bee hagi young man Is In the detention camp health permanently estabIhed by ea grate .
I ennc tht that their about nine tons. One face bears the where found for twenty hours before at Emont Keythe e of Paine's celery compound the Ater two rs M Bo
rM not In the city fal, the simple inscrliptta, "Perry G. Wall, born discovered. The otedmship Wanderer arrived at greatest nerve restorer and blood iur- praises Pae' celery uOooSsS
It e t thell and started Nov. 2, 180W; died July 1897." It is now firmly believed by moot of port Tampa yesterday from Key West lber the word has ever been bleed St. Emo, Tenna Sn CO1
Sthe man e The monume isthe work of George those who saw the bod, t that It was with about tenty o he CcuG n and s oo o. T ar y i a ond wDearlrs:-I sti e s
g os iL-a dl Ms.- The another example of the high clam work paced n that oton after e had American soldiers on board who assisted ee that you get it. and hve reelved rep r
O M and itimna ated to-te and stock of this firm. become extinct, a the noose about the in landing the supplies carried to Cu- Mrs. Bolser epeator cos or womr- friends of it good reulitsa o mi rt
maaty Ja but they arrived neck was not down uffliently titht to ha. Tah vessel will again be loaded en who have suffered from aching bac, ptendation. I wish you contnBd'
Sidia retact h the co.ntr THE t WAY. causw aanguttion, asnd the hands and wit a cargo n provisions and supplies worn and tred felin, and w hae been ca'r or. s tr .
""Atdiqr r.a":'w dhe doob twdfreed from pads and weakness by rs. C. P.
SeowsteMbd[ the jailer that "How fresh and rosy you look, Nora," knee both rested on the ground, neither for the Cubans under General Gomex, Paine's celery compound. thrs Boleer One of tbe largest reta l
R Ift r ftg te. veltoner Texlaimed Isael, who had just returned was the face bloated, as is always the and will all the last of this week. (en. tells the story of her deliverance from the city. whole lee m ab
p~shea from the e and w greeting her case where death c es by stragula- eral Acosta and Major Lima ,of the onta i Jncthe two ooll 'og letters: weel a t p c pre agt s
stag rtabed tom-andstaock of t metDOehRseD bie e C Mountain JunctionB TenBE, ,o. spea'9s for cou o p if So fin ofaits
HS r ie M wh WYclfriend. ton. There was no protrusion of the Cuban army, are here arranging the de- Well, Richardson & Co, i ne pearly t i a sed a
M Mdoug ver to a "Y es dear," replied Nora," I am feel- eyeballs, nor of the tongue, as is the tails and General Emillo Nunes and Dear itrs:-Two years ago I came, tonic. They afy r
hi&JWs b .t compo ed tt el g splendidly, and mamma says I have case in death by hanging. General Capale arrived yesterday from from Novia Scotia, and I suaope my and ln Pa ne's l
,6,.agcbamd r m A m td the i The fact that the parties first on the Washington. Capt. John O'Brien, the fa- deilitated condition was partially ow- find instant r
oMan~s fIrom g the SOra ularmtoko appetite" ing to limatic Infloences I used var- usre t tisd"mn w iv e t
'Where in the world have you been ground saw no foot print leading to the mouse fillllbuster, better known as Dyna- lous kinds of maediines, hut coninuas y husbands whien -taw p as
i iiolp" el8a te s O inty ti ce I saw your? canteen, but did see the freah prints mite Johnny, arrived here from Key grew weaker, until It was with dificulty Olhtn qV t ufrm ta
t d Ue t" e d" o ", have remained ator home," replied of a wan track that had been driven West on the Mascotte, and will be in that I could go up and down etairsat never to
a street a Bore have wrtked hard every wthn eighteen inches of the window charge of the Wanderer when she sails nl tfein to wpout w e doorr, could e am cobemona lals
opdW r.the daryse. S ul-h- b ee nuc taav that won. on)t a tw steps when I would be mn o o t &e a*==e
SdhsAl ld there 0 at dslteul (,mpasl 4 ts l their ofa- a.V"t has done me, oh, so much good. doubtedly used for entrance, lent c$lor 11 REWLRD. $140. down. I had read requntly of Paine's Pale' er m d
miT ..Id Ja.lt witha .i TYou se I always like tO feel well when to the suspicion of foul play. The readers of this paper will he celery compound and.resolved tousett. lta s y' that amt tbhe ti
; rgo a way, and I lea for the moun- paper wil It Put me on MY feet &Alzi so that I ea.n M '*W *'
-b rg mA y. an taw Wnttmwoek.o" It is a known fact that shortly after pleased to learn that there is at least It put me mt my feet aain so that I erakenbwas in hel# I
""as-so a a 1wn the dead man received his discharge he one dreaded disease that science has began to take conurge. a used sevea neres. l rae be iag
.r s Isr, IS Ip E B B T s papers and a been able to cure in all its atages, and bottle and I feel that I e o t l ood. - -..
Sh' aa~ E tickwas rubed om byZmb, his ppers nd a hat is ctarr. Hal's Catarrh Cure
th t Mrte CiNa. ticket home by members of his own ts the only positive cure known to the
Sto Fever regiment Koeffler knew who It was that medical iraternity. Catarrh being a The county jailer who was forced o Teo orratpo~b are lyBs "
u andguaa dto or fro robbed him. e told Mesers. Pike and constitutional disease, requires a comlt- surrender a member oC the Ninth cew- tin. M It ,Am hr ftt-
,. n , o fro robbed ham be told oMessrs. o eand tutionl treatment. aa as air y da a
IVJV Xmaot-W t *"i CM t. Loui Burns that be had told one of the cuUty cure is taken Internally, acting directly l 9'
-' --- pantles that he would give him n60 to upon the blood and mucous surfaces of that two white officer a captain and ah be eome time ta' Oi
ru d o WC XaO, ." he I iyljng rsca who get his money back, and that no com- the system, thereby destroying the lieutenant were with the mob of negroe allowed to oaosn.&n t e
Snee.ls at tS t a Toronto paper that plaint would be made aalnet the and foundation of the disease, and givin* and that they both covered him with stsanlAoat 10 o j -
a t &Athe ylowI f we.. ra ng igInT e n hopeofettin potionthe patient strength by building up the their revolvers. He beard the captain the oaltlon h pI l
has aolyetbn ar g The s in hopee of gettIng portion constitution and amisting nature in do-
T'bad Cot bomoiat blended The ^so sa the moneyand hipaten When tog itswork. The pcaourletoae have so may to the negroes: Shoot bhn it he setordaw for the
5 no mob man a W. c. Mason las seen d evening he baa been much filth in iti ecratlve powers, that does not drop th t'gun. HNo one ap- from Santlago .A
little. hut was by no meana they offer One Htundred Dollars for any peas to know the troop to which *he will h raent to New i
.h a soes dwl t ro Oc t hi c ould despondent, and ad a little money with of testimonials, man wa taken oat of 4he goate by the n w no m t t ?
uc 3hd Imn order52 that he S dht put him. Address, F. J. CHENEY a CO., To; soldiers, bht ts governor will lssue a 0'
En h" In lm It the general stppositon that he ledo, re-rutiU .or him, and ta.. nms* .,e.
is.thathe a-no by druggists, '. of the white ofr in the mhob canb
sattet W9ITH ,r~n.AIO7# bed him to prevent his giving their them, and an attempt will be made to lIfntry'who ws
000 Obr.' a tee cr Chls evi erB Identity away, and was then carried to The schooner Auta E. irrickL, hv ave them returned to Tampa for traL cntMa
Ste the place where found, and hung, to owned by the Croso-ell-Havares corn- Army offcers campe here are seveow
pany of this cty Is loading with cons- in their condemnation of the o rs cof*. e e m- f
k.t .otagss | .gus, or me"ey refunded. 50 cents. -Al cover their crime by giving It the ap- missary stores for Santiago. She will the Ninth cavalry who permitted the colvIne-d that the mob.
| .) ... ii g t o* O o pearance of death by suicide, leave in a few days. men to act in such a lawtes mnner suicide.' a ..c" !'.

SInterest in

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-ere it noIt oaotially nourished by the new and refreshing life in-
s gilm eof those in control. We are not unpractical in those vis-
JSwgirhdi ioftIu whims and esaprices against the general will and opinionof

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SLike the Business Itself-

E Both Grow Together.

it t eat d in the race and that makes us more enthusias-
S of C t ing wrthy your attention. It means the moving
B, A pre for yo, It means that it willeave you dol-
,~i Ma year If you d= yonr trading with us,

We Have

Established the F

One that has become well known, that we sell better goods and at lower prices-than
South Florida. This is the universal opinion freely expressed by thousands who ha b
from our emporium and priced the goods sold at other houses.
We sell goods six days in the week at figures that other concerns make asp' -o4
Monday only at a reduced price. '-

We Know the Wants .:

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And have a stock that pleases them, and sell fully ten per cent. cheaper than the .oy~
Tampa. When you want Real Bargains, Come and See Me. .,


Men's and Boys' Furnishings, Ladies' Dm
Silks, Trimmings, Embroideries, Pa~rsoli
las and Housefurnishinge are completZ '6.'j .
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