Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093470/00137
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Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Publication Date: May 11, 1899
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: VID00137
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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From SaF Pernando at the Ap- A Georgia Detective Captures Members at Tallaabssee Eagei
prFach of the Americans. a Runaway Girl. otOet Bills Past.

a ew Sniards and Friendly He Told the Girt That Her Safe B. From City Treasury of Ocala to De-
.Iisw A loceiwd the Ameroans turn to Georgia Was Worth vote to Buildmg of Good Boads-
Into their Homes and Provd- One Thousand Dollars Proposition to Change Date of
eFood anad Shelter. to aim. Sz- egilave- a meeting.

tiiln. Ma .-Te ent9an- e of the From Sunday-s Daily. Tallahassee, May 9.-The House, im-
A= m hlanto an Fermando was On last Wednesday evening ga young mediately after opening this monrng.
.S El ?l the In sM to wSpr mnri arrived in this city trota Georgia began wort, getting bills through on
m ,adthat s the tow Be gave his name as Jackson and claim second reading. .Thl.,woat continued
b.Y omMtS am. odw ed to be In search of employment. TO n ail dW,.
eMa. Cbox. in the stones withdrew his
or i th wh e me ntat bill creating a state university, and
ide. iwa segat, ~is he made particular Inaltries In regard the bU providing for a redUction of
th s the city, mw eel to all the leading banes of IlI fame in county treasurers was killed.
'..P le In Me water hei4the and ahout the city. Dring the three In the Senate Mr. Roters introtsced
_b4L.w ad s ac the 4mer. days le wis here t Wednesday to abill to protect mechanics. laborers
p..4W ,D a onm the 4mr- days he isbo hem wednesday ta orl tkane vt e.n,- an
mTeabed the shAm. In t.d mean- Friday. he was to al appearances on a fiotbwing uRis were then passed:
11=e the IWWltM -. squIsa had walked prolonged drunken spree At night he ill authoritlg the city ofOala
*ma tih~et'd Into the city, sup- would employ a young man to show t relinquih to Marion county certain
fts the Amerloems were thee him at Ithe sporting houses he knew e to i be used for the const certion
We oentesd no native This work continued until Friday at- for roads; a bill relating to the Franklin
I few paniards and pilHnos who ternoon when he struck up an aequin- county oyster beds; a bill relaUng to
were left welcomed the Americans and tance with ,Mr. Crtb, who keeps odg- the payment at wItnesses in criminal
opened the bosses to them, general l ing rooms over the Southern i oan and tcaien.
7Nlcrtlur accepting entertainment at Jewelry Co.'s North Frankln Street ir. Gatlards bill extending the time
the Sands of Senor Hlion, a sugar store. Jackson questioned Mr. Cribb in for the completion of the Florida Mast
lt esr. regard to his knowledge of any had Coast Line and Transportation Com-
l he army is really enjoying lif6 at houses in the city Inhabited tL7 white panys canal was passed.
San Fernando, which Is the most ple- women. Mr. Cribb answered nat he The Senate devoted a portion of the
iesq e 'and wealthy town the Amer- knew there was plenty in the city but day to a discussion of the bill to carry
ahahave entered incethe occupation he was not posted in regard ti tieir into effect the constitutional amend-
etadanHad It Is largely built of stone, location, as he never went nenr ti em. meant giving the Railroad Commission
the river'La close at hand, and high Jackson invited him to go out during judicial powers. The measure is mod-
iBfla6 Impst surround It. Many sugar the evening and visit a n-nmber of rate and is regarded as a compromise.
factorle indicate a thriving industry places. To this proposition Mr. Cribb It places railroad, steamboat and tele-
i that respect and there are numerous promptly objected, ;but he promised to graph companies and all common car-
ne residences. find someone else who would eccom- riers under the jurisdiction of the com-
Genera5l MacArthur's permanent pony him. He frA sccepLted jacLllon's mission, and grants to the commission
hearquarters are established in the best invitation to take a drink. When they some judicial powers. It wIl probably '
tse in town, which is richly deco- called for drinks at the Saratoga saloon pass somewhat amended.
ratel with frescoes and carved woods. he noticed that Jaokson drank only a The anti-trust bill came up in the
Te troops are encamped around in the small part of what was In his glass. House. An effort to kill it by an In-
puborbs,.and many think they may After drinking twice he pretended to definite postponement failed, and the
be quartered there during the wet sea- get very drunk. This aroused Mr. measure was recommitted for recop-
son." Cribb's suspicions and he at once sur- slderation.
HAPPTY 'BOUGHTS. mised that the man was up to some Mr. Watkins has introduced in the
To please, attract and give people fgame. N IHouse a constitutional amendment,
something to talk about, Is an art In About dusk they found a young man proposing that the legislature shall
Writtl a prosaic advertisement. Hood, who agreed to show Jackson "the city meet in July instead of 'April, every
of C.s4aCartia tame. Is the originator by gas light." As the started up Polk four years, and remain in session
In an exteusive sense of the idea of street Jackson appeared so drunk that eighty days instead of sixty, as now.
sin proeas ioducsawson as a he could hardly walk. His young guide It also provides that senators and rep-
w9Bll awn virtues of America's Great- in relating their trip later in the even- resentatives shall be elected every
set Wedljne, These quaint quotations ing, stated that they visited several four years for terms of four year.
Oten Ot fitte news f the day with houses in the victnl of Polk street.
ssra, d i ta h natua go to Atd o d each place the m lterlou stranger 5 IT MALARIA OR ALUM?

Sn IAL ee all the girls fi. the house. They Languor, loss of appetite, Indigestion
SW U BOS T JNI~ ANsS visited three pime. in all of which he and often feverishness are the common
....... 1. sad that none attem suited him. At symptoms of a physiological condition
---- the fourth places well known dive on termed "malaria." All these symptoms
' i'VatheCity Teterday to S- Ppok street asp was invited in the par- may be and frequently are the ffect
ja F" w We ts' fishing rnirse lor. AmJ let d his eyes rested on of the liee of alum baking powders in
Don thea. verl you Woman wo b6 food making. There i no question
a- aLon L reee Bsed. He approached her, abott the poisonem effect of alum
im Weniesdaye Dally. exolalming, .'Clara you are the girl I upon the system. It obstructs gdtee-
'g-Water sad George Ht ter, have been searching this city for. I lion, prostrates the nerves, coagulates
E .9 4'ea and prominent gases you know me TYo are Clara LAt- and devitallses the blood. All this baa
M --4C Bouton wed hes's kinaso I waet you to go back to been made clear, thanks to physicans,l
t t t ey Geor th me." Clara at rt did boards of health, and food commissions
~Termtnon. vyery year they sus- not a to recognize him, int finally o highly injurious to the health of
4AiS 5 fr ahoutt one month told him she knew who he was, but the community does the eminent head
StS a titea thes P dibw r said she could not go bank. of the University of Pennsylvuanla, Dr.
s t Ismisot a fting for tarpon on "You muot go and that to-night." Barker, consider the alum baking pow-
at ofs e hey claim sad Jackson. ders. that he seas "their sale should be
neSap5 VinS MouStryo ft- She still refused and finally promls- prohibited fob law."
of te orids osmt, ed to go with him to-morrow. Under these circumstances it is worth
S they wee m15et here by the "You will have to go to-night mid the whHile of every housewife to employ
ealho nesrjrmeda, oie of he. "There is $1,000 in this for me to the very Ulttle care that is necessary to
andt selling heath tonr get you sate back to Georgia, and I keep so dangerous an element from the
fiB e.t ic aSd aRi dal y can't aford to run any risks, You will foog of her family.
)egih was spent in loafai g up with either go with me or go to la_" Turn- A pure cream of tarter baking pow-
redSl l 5.a t s fL 5hlE lng up the lapel of his coat he said: der, which is the only kind that should
.._fn ,dS'oa waero heald "You se I have the power to take you be used. ought to cost about florty-five
wSo a istasta When every- one place or the other, and I give you to fifty cents a pound. Therefore. if
cBS S Sadiasss the titts party your choice." you. are paying mnch less, something
,,S i theri- ad dow the. Drther protestations were useless Is wrong; if you are paying twenty-

eskbg"o"tent." and they were soon at the depot walt- (Always bear these simple facts in
e ga sombr l gdir for the northbound Plant System mind when purchasing baking powder
B:E~B ?.. Mtj train. The young man who aceompan-
|.ehiSrwt'n11 ted hom- led him stated that Jadkson p drunken Croker's nephew has been appointed
i -',-; .., ." mapner entirely disappeared as soon as chief of the fire department In New

S he recognised the O Tfotk and he says he hopes to do as
E Efforts were made yesterday to find well as Dewey did at Manila. 'he2
B 's..a '^ -. oat who the girl is, but nothIng oeanite' Crokers always were modest.
'apulat and cold be learned. A rumor was rircu- ayor Bowyer stated yesterday that'
h: be held at lated that she belonged to a dtin- combined eorts of the poleeforae,
NO2if4pt 3.U a glbed family in Georgia; tiat on ac- ce force
"* i, ir clOmt of tamily Croubles she bad fled health inspector and city board of
ii ta n from tet homeOsd that her isiher had health failed to discover a single case
fiirMn t eg n thousand doars or her i e- of smaHpox wit thiMe city lmitAs
'le this as It m a the youn do-
e is easUiled to credit for as me le a
- -- + at threea cities In saf., are a
-f i -+.-'-,.; *, S.'-..-'-'. I wedit to the tate, aley "g geti.ngA
T~h o at tW5r.m In a5e.ageee can- there with aH poemi.le b
-s.te _nowrt theathe baw charter a
ep'gem besth braaese 4s-mlwr an I two yeers time wa be aou
epgeing, 15j war then of th handsomest sq wBn asses Me
..~.~omoste hel Citismrtose I. al ME 060_.
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ed a finsilade of mnketry tre on thU*o tor e Cal
Fourth Infantry regiment for several manager.
hour The demonstration- was -Inef- AM y "
fectoal beyond scaring the Inhabitants. re i lat
of Malate. t r
There Were 2,000W panish prisoners tin Sea W e-
the hands of the Filiplnos at San ~P the lasa.GMarA
guel. They are served with 6 cents and O ftr, tt
worth of rice dally' and are compelled reo mp
to work hard on the rebel dfeneme datral m
Several hundred of the PFIlpino wounsdd at .e Oni
are at San MtgueL cial l m
The Insurgents are sending their we- qukrsd al gis
men and children to the etrombatbI las a
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U C t=
By the ampa W TigeA
Prom Wodneeder Dally.
The srceUion and banwiet Ia the al
armory last nit under the awgtoae of
the Tampa fe waf aM Immfgs w an
affair. It was eetnisted that c?" ?a ,
fopr hundred Invited guests were pres M,
ent. lbe banquet ws elgtf 3
planned and very appetising. t o- to ,
listed ofe a regular outlay ccofaatg
prepared army rationa, with a rod- '
up ot ice creumss Sae and caSt e '
Toasts were srepodaM to try thefl-
lowingr: lConse nu Trecker, L. Hesay nry
Cohen and Major .Coally, Wit, w IL-
dhm and eloquence, with whick the
speeches and apeakes were welL Wat c.
Oated serv to make the occasion
boa iantereettangosd etertalatug.

romn Wed a Haly.
An artlele beaded
PKinpempngt,- in -t

In the teie be never htl
ledg m . rag
of Iraheull O
in questione s ed a

for tMe osal


The Fightig by Lawtms's
Harder Than Reprte,

Several Hundred p y .
gee Whao mbaed the Anm st

no low.

Manila. e 4a < ( ^ eal
reports of the w ok of ~ A OlMwefa e
Lawton's e,4 ic-I Show thet had- ea.
er thtin tomv plaen diBd thae *r
part of thb wk tOwinMer a.i t
Indicated. In the &atftic npeBahia 21
tWl, 4he American 9ove.
with a heavy ftire roM a ai u ei,
of rebels who weremM n n tom i Im WO
jmuge on an dd It Vw lWF
adoption of the taet vk wdtt 1# 10S'
dWan flbthing Inthe every me or tolrmsf --ht savedsV e1
division from great has. Geae l
ton. am usual, was at the head with I" .s M
staff. Scott's- aLette,' m,Hs hd a g- i
stone-fromted trench at ahbt s an a bl
The- insurgents leade, Otegoreo and std'l
Pio del Pilar, who had 8M0 meas n -i. Bal eir
nag retreated when General 3iawti Oman
approached the town. Chief of SOetdts l
Young, with eleven men, entered Bai'
nag ahead of the army, and rang thic h
church bels to announce that they h11"u w
possession of the city. of
General Lawton, whe nattacktinga.to a g g.
fbrce outside of Balltag, eaw men, wo- l .gi hi
men and children in the rebel tree, fo t
and sent Captain Case in advance with Man g
a white flag to warn the inug .entts te q.s, o .
remove the non-combatantes. iWhlu midad A
within 600 yards of the trenchest two ings.'i
voleys were fired at Captatin CaMe's' e jt a
party. ,ef
The rebels south of Manila attempt-. c-
ed to rush through Brigadier Gene as) m.n3 b
Ovenshine'a line last night The at- polfttea
tempt ailed, but the rebels maintaib- fflAd AM
d a .na- f ut.et r- 5tho-M- .-


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0' 0 Coacer^nng the Manu
factere of Fine Cigars.


COmly. The Ba6d of Agtators Getting in
Their tiebolicol Work in Xany
Rstabliahmenas-Xr. Xa-
rars Returp.,

P tarom Sauray's Daily .
S-e past week in cigar factory cer-
les has been airly prosperous, not-
with-t"Ann .the fact that several
Bustrse were Jn active operation. In
fact Just at present striking seems to
be lie the diseases, epidemic. Wheth-
W f er f t i the efict of the warm weather,
KH or whatelvr the cause may be, it is
certanls that the average cigarmak r
.MU .y1 O a is bowing a *troMS antipathy to worA.
_M.Irf It may be what is known as "sprin
fever." or maybe they have been mak-
i ga too m roney.
IS- s cMaufecrm at Arguelles, Lopez
&" "- : I BroM.' factory went out Thursday

h WED.
attes That

The State Legislators Keeping
Right Down to Business.


For Girls Will Be Incorporated-Rev.
Porter Gets Pay for Extra Pub-
lication of Delicqucct
Tax List.

Tallahassee. May 4.-(Special )-This
has been toi di '.tsL day In the legisla-
ture of any since the opening. This
afternoon the bouse took upl a number
of bills and disposed of them as fol-
lows: A bill was Introduced providing
for the Incorporation of a Florida stat'-
industrial school ofor girls: a bill mak-
ing women eligible to appointments as
notaries public; a bill was introduced
p ovtdlind for fire escapes in hotels and
other high arnd dangerous buildings.
In the senate a ill was passed regu--
latine admission o the bar
A bill was introduced making an ap-
proprlation for a monument comnnemo-
rtive of the attle of Olustee. A bill
was introduced providing for the
amending of election laws.
The house before adjourning for the
day considered a large number of bUls
on second reading. A large amount
of ta& was tindulged in. ut little or
nothing of Importance was disposed of.
The senate convened this morning at
the nuso u bor and proceeded at once
to the business of the ay.
The railroad commlsln blI was the
first thin of tApn L tance that ame p
for amadersatioc. After some discus-
sioa it was made the special order for
next Tuesday. A bllU was Introduced
to eseal the fence law In townshsip

arrived from h ew York beat Banday toe act specirying the rumoer or juara
,ofl will roWably ft nd as means ina civil came.
of .et tl the differencesM Ortly. In- The house compromised the c lam of
Shed It s conadently erted that the Rev. J. Ct Porter of the Ocala Star on
P lrke V not on all probabilIty last a basis of 1L75.
I MI aan a week longer. The senate passed the bouse bin pro-
1 1hon Otebenlg. of Ottenberg Bros. ,hibitlnf the placiig of water hyacinths
f Wow Terrk, was in the city the early n navigable streams, also the bill re-
rMt of the week. Mr. Ottenberg was lasting to state banks, regulating the
he egotlne for the pure purchaseof a capital stock and the par value of
elar Oqeantlty of tobacco. He left for shares.
Q Qal r. Fla.. Monday night The house passed a bill for issuing
SVaklentb still, of Busatlo Bros.. 1e for rthe arrest and conviction of
i A i, restored froi a trip to Ha- fund the bonds held as educational
Svans Thrsday night.E Mr. DLTh made funds, also a bill punishing cruelty to
i ake Iarge purchases of fine leaf yvwlle children.
on the island Bills granting about 500.000 acres of
EL. O'Hailorn did not get off to land to Semlncle Indiana. also to in-
New York last week. He was detain- corporate the Fanrmers Mutual Insur-
ed by the losses of tise brother B. F. ance Association of Florida were intro-
O Balloran MHe will leave for New duced In the house.
York am soon aa his brothothers in shape GEN ERAL N'OTM.
Sto Uake charge of the business tempo- Gow'. Bloxham will pay a reward of
Sramrly. $10 fo rthe arrest rrest and conviction o
Garcia & Bros., are now working each of the two unknown persons who
Sa foroe of 160 cigarmaikers full time, assassinated LW. K. L.Ryon. mayor of
trying too keep up with their orders. High Sprinrs. on April 24. and a further
Manuel ienendes, manager of the reward of $100 for the arrest and con-
"Charlea the tGreat" factory at Pal- viction of each of the unknown persons.
metto -Beach, received a telegram from who aided and abetted the escape of
v ana Thursday, informing him of the said murderers.
the safe arrival of hte mother, brother Charles W. 'Tucker has b-n commis-
and slater, who are on their way to sloned second Heutenant of the. Jack-
Tamps from Asturias, Spain. They sonville Light Infantry.
will make thidr future home here. State Treausurer J. B. Whi'fltv'd cim.
Z. Orth, of Amo OrtiS &o Co., post- mecced business on 'May 1. with the
poned hiM trip to favana for a month following cash in the several state
or o, until the new crop Is fairly on funds .316,05i3.i .
th oI-aket. This firm received a con-
aigAnmaTt of q7 bales of choice Vueltc
Abaetolbacco. the pest week. HEALTH IN HAVANA.
A. R. om of the fi Goza e Rt zo rp f
Moa & Co, who had been in the city. Death Rate LowerThan Reported For
"tror era days, left Tor his home In Same Period Last Year.
F,. SILanches af the firm of Sanchez Havana, ,May 4.--(opeclal.)-The most
Ha Bas, left on Thursday night on a recent reports regarding the health of
ines trip to New York. He will be Havana's population show a greet and
abent several wee. Reports this continuing Improvement, with a death
week fro twenty-four of he larger rate only two-thirds of that recorded
aotr&s show t-that there was made 'for 'the corresponding period of last
g tlhe past week ,4001 cigars year. Not a single cas oof yellow fever
wile the number shipped wtas ,4. is knowd to exist. The health of the
S .45 American troops throughout the Island
eAL11iBT Ft' DIFEIATED. Is exceptionally good.
A The Havana Herald publishes a sen-
The VTesoorais Carry the'City of Balt- satlonal article to-day charging the
g M urossest corciptlon In the management
S more Str thousand Maority. f the city JaIl. It asserts that the
Balstimore, May 4-.Specnial.)--The prison officials take money from pris-
B altimore, May 4-o Spein -Thi owners and then place themrn at liberty
as a o more in poe Iunder a pledge to return if they are
ale mor, yat ng elested tina^ s asked for. As many accused persons
ysia mayor by b e t 6,000at majority, are never brought to trial at all. and as
S h f ht has been one o the li eliesOft It oft haeetMo that the judges have
Sant2 s Inteeswng in the sto no notion as to who is supposed to be
,s ublicans ti power with May- locked up, the jailers find it an easy
WUamsub.cas to erse witMa- matter to speculate In this fashion.
1 r t llam T. 5d a 5er n eidon reeateo- On the Constancta plantation, near
t,. bletth tedy a l-nd-d ogat a tt on, Clenfuegos. Santa Clara province. ban-
i -tywere ted at every dits have burned one million arrobas
m em decratn forces, which of sugar cane (the arroba is a Spanish
Sl i the last re weight of 25 pounds, containing each
..os llt, were solidlded, well organ- 1S ounces.) .
e s ndtrankesweret augmented by During the month of A.pril, Havana
i fh IsS. s ad grea no u exported to New York 7,771 tierces of
A .vepo a a who were opposed Lf-tobacco baJed, and 18,402,710 cigars.
o steb cootiapoee of theverAL kind wterefa- Maj Francis S. Dodge, of the pay
n.p tsen sTricsofeveryn kind were department, who has been selected tby
.S4 bly the republicans, who were t war department to disburse the
S 33"TS5S&an wita man's city." ,000.00 allotted by the government for
tluk .sp anh the ai cltn the Pewment of the troops of the Cu-
e .Lic ctven the ne- bn army. arived to-day.
'as's as api,-.vehvy-assay at the 4
ml gia s pas"o uS quietly A REItRBHING OTYLE.
1m 9b lir agw rs&eWi b and bt little -
''oIpIb--s..e aB Money The art of quotation requires deltca-
ft le and S5 it frsldy, 6 bt with- cy in practice. An alreday famous firm
I"&2n r Of JQtheCity is the bha originated and developed into very
matt a msemi61 ai to-
promising advertising a mas of old,
S' qnaint proverbs. We refer to Messrs.
'Co m m C. L. Hood & o.. of Sarsapartl, ffame,
...- __ who are using not only our cohmnns,
ts-ff l .dl-or Brings i uit but those of thousands of ur contem-
A NdleoraM a Px inkIe SaN. poraries, In adapting wise saws to their
....hvi - T" een >,ervice by clever and practical turns.
'J^ema.,l*F 'TS .'--It In rfrehing to see something new
X. 1Rth1 '. Iattorly' who and bright in this line. Clean cut ar-
JI t 41 11M ti b 64 Sw j g numnt Is better than big display
| ..M j Tl i .al--r, o. 1t). -
I e g.a0 Ih. is. Seus qhlstllin Ad- AqN EPDBS C COF WHOOPING

|a ' Mr. t. a!s ad Oth- Last winter during an epidemic of
WKt h m t tw election wbompg cough my children contract-
Sr .I n ed the disease, having severe. coughing
JIa.-+,, at spells. We had used Chamberlain*s
ff.B1.i 0 1t O ffit tan Couch Remedy very -uccessfuUy Xr
si-^^ -t the sta and croup and natoraily turned to it aL
.... isL brour m cot. gh ohnB CU fors- Protyletor Noswood

Ilos sale by at B. Leonerdi &- C',rall


After Desperate Fighting the Sixtet Hlondred R eb l s
Rebel Stronghold is Captured. and Ibe Tows Ca-pture .


General Wheatun Brings Them to First Xessage Beeaived ftm the
Bear on the Insurgents With Ter- Naval Lieutenant Who Wasd t-
rible Effects-BRebels Are ur. d With All His Grew and
On the Run. is Still a Prisoner.

Manila, May 5.--lSpeial.)--JGeneral Manila, ay 4.-% peia.)-en. Ma-
Hale is pushing the lnsurgents toward Arthuf is new .owsdniqg the town of'
San Fernando. San Tomas, about five mes northwest
After a severe engagement of Gener- of Cauimpit.
at TWheaton's brigade entered Santo The Americans are fighting for the
Tomas this morning ,the Insurgents bridge, and the rebels are burning the
fighting desperately. The Americana town.
found San to Tomas. Gen. Lawton's force was engaged In
General MacArthur mover forward bard fnghtIUng this morning. e tps.
at 8 o'clock this morning with the Kan- marching to-day in a westerly dIro.-
saa and Montana regiments along the tion on Blinag, where a ig body of
railway, and the Utah battery and iNe- rebels has been coneests t&
braska, South Dakota and Iowa regl- General Lawton lost one mRed and
ments on the right. There was a severe five wounded yastardaf ar a n B&-.
engagement at a bridge four miles this fael where he strongly ta6tuhhd bflf-
side of Santo Tomas. where the Insur- self.
gents were found in force. General Bale katrsed tP aJ i
Col. Bummers, with a part of the at faybreak with the rsWl AQA O th
Oregon and Minnesota regiments, and DIaLoa regImenMts, a &std of eava"
a gun of the Utah battery, took Moasim and two ga of the Uta bttamn in
on the right, resting four miles from a norteasterly -Aeeai..to o-
San Fernandino. with the b a .thes ..t ave at
7The F7lpinos are retreating toward the Amerieos to ar" th that ta
U Ln Iaidro, and it Is expected that they might fight tbes Tani 'The J 5-
will make a stand at Arayat, at which bees have galrs oe scfc l .
place the whole of the rebel foresee in of -ldo M to xsm*a 4j 4 "M e hsy
the province of Panpenga is concentra- are bringia Ta2al s-0P to i0GAr-,
ting. &a eth, eUfor "r
Gei Wheaton, with Heetlcbkt and ifts-o-- report tht thePg.0 teo ir-
(aUling gun, under the command of ow is desearing Sg a V-eos ."
Lieutenant Naiylor. of the Utah Light usnamit a& to 00-0M0 wt-heTRf
Artilley, mounted oa handoars, pshed Lana' esidqrtisi M S.A. d
ahead, the Twentieth Kansas and irst sad that str=oh.VMft en-.f f

right and left when feasible. '
The country traversed proved the
worst yet encountered, miles of
marshes and many unfordabNe streams
delayIng the advance materially.
Both brigades met wtth resistance
heMUltaneoisry on aproaching the river
near Sa oIbmas, which is aboUt eigb-
kilometers from 'Aipbr L The center
span of the railroad bridge had drop-
ped into the river, and the rebels bad
only left a sma force to check Gien.
Wheaton, their main body lining the
strong trenches in front of Gen. Sale.
Although the attacking force poured
a heavy artillery and musketry fire
across the river, the enemy stubborn-
ly resisted for over an hour, ultimately
breaking when Maj. TYouang shelled
their left flank, and then retreating
along the river bank under cover.
- I
An Industrial Committee Appointed to
Inquire Into Their Operations
and Effects.
Washington, 'May 4.-(Special.)-
Trusts, their operations and their econ-
omic effects, are to be the subjects of
an extended Irrvestlatlon by the Indus-
trial Commlsisott during the present
month, .
This lnvedigation Is to go into the de-
tails of the organization of trusts, their
effects on prices, on competition, on
wages and the employment of labor.
and their general economic effect.
The sugar trust will come In for an
extended investigation, as will also the
w-hiskey trust. but It is probable thaf
the most time and attention will .b?
given to the Standard Oil Trust.
Witnesses who will appear In oppo-
sition of this trust are Lewis Emery.
Jr.. of Bradford. Pa.: Attorney General
Frank S. 'Monnett. of Ohio; George Rice
'Marietta. Ohio; M. L. Loekwood. Zelie-
nople. Pa.: Dr. J. H. Blard, Marietta.
Ohio; 'Ferdlnand Relber. Butler. Pa.;
Eaugene Lieble .Oil City. Pa.. T. 1
Wetgat. Tltusville, Pa and J3 W. Lee.
Pittsburg. Pa.
Witnesses who will appear for the
trust are S. C. T. Dodd, counsel, Stand-
ard Oil Company; W T. Wardwell.
treasurer. Standard Oil Compan. John
D. FRoBkfellmr. and John D. Archibald,
all of New York.
The woman who is lovely in -face.
form and temper will always have
friends, ut one who would be attrac-
tive must keep her health. If sh- Is
weak, sickly and all run downs, te will
be nervous and Irritable. If she ias
constipatiofl or kidney trouble, her im-
pure blood will cause pimples, blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched com-
plexion. Electric Bitters is the best
medicine in the world to regulate sto-
nakch. liver and kidneys and to purify
the blood. It gives strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety sin, rich
complexion. It .will make a good-look-
ing, charming woman of a run-down
invalid. Only 50 cents at Leonardi &
Co's. Drug Store.
Four Were Killed While Attempting to
Release Their Companions.
Bantago, c -os, Mapy 6.-6pclajL)in
an attempt to rescue the bandit chief,
Miguel Gonzales. and five other ban-
dits, who were In the custody cf the
rural guard at lsawarl, this provIn
four outlaws were Ekilled.
The sentry who detected the attempt
to rescue, fired, wounding one of the
outlaws. The entire guard then turn-
ed out and in a sharp fight' fatally
wounded all "the would-be rescuers.
two of the guards were wounded.. -
The efficient eervice of the gendarme-
rie is rapidly restoring peace and se-
curity In this province.

Mar. 3. E. Liny. a prominent citzlsen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a. won-
derful deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of it be says: 'I was
taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran
Into Pneumonia. My lungs became
hardened. I wan so weak I couldn't
even sit up In bed. Nothing helped me.
I expected to soon "die of Consumption,
when I beard of Dr. King's New is-
covery. -One hatIe gave me great re-
11ef. i ooalimnd to uwe t rnd now am
wel an 4 trong. I cm 't y too MOuO

ins is the surest and gsldst mwi be
the world for all Ths -,t&mid Lsw
4L Triai bottlea fatn edM)se iie *A
Dr.g So .reeve ry -'.S 'Jlb3u


0 IFresh MF I
geta.les I c. -G o6*
to'any Xoflheacty.l

U126 ^ranblv1- 8

Stapic 4ld FiatyCNt

We take, measure ip in1
the tr< ng ipblia oV
tha we ne the be" i
estAobe a


trial y.rt^b

perfect fB- S~
in omilf


wag and on the swame frnt, s. .t t
best p-als pow"i-.e
A Bspala psteone. whe eaape$ tI~j
the American lla, reports that iftr
Ga maleWs Adany on e onsgaa 'we
5llneo 1-we bhwIsad, pearti a le
trinm- andsrt i n Amth. Th" ais.
the l tahe rbott or trebtowat whare
received to- ay tenau ment for Ar-'

guels, of thae r
Direct wording the form o tat J C.
Glmenore and iby areQrtef fouateeat Gen
froThthe lieutenboant Torkto that.o wered his
captured by teen bropos pri 12. w
receivemound to-day through MorAr-
guelles, of the slaff a OfGenesi PIS-
It was In the form of a Ust of mslsing
men, signed by tLUeutenant GlUmore.
The lieutenant report that. be and 1hi
party have been brougt asrusms the
mountain, from Baler.
This information was brought in re-
sponse to a note which General ofaci
Arthur sent to General Luna by Majlor
ShLels and Lieutenant i ayne, wto
crossed the lines last evening. The
note concluded bty saying tbat he (uten-
eral MfaaArthur) would be pleased to
meet General Luna.
tMajor tBdles and Lieutenant Rayne
founc a pa&n of the- railroad b.ilge
a mile from St. Tomas broken.
The officers left ten days provisions
for the prisoners on a handcar at the
end of the bridge, placing the car in
the keeping of Filipinos, whose conduct
throughout the negotiations has been
"al Ithat could be expected of a citviAed
What the ePople in That Bection of.
the Country Are Doing And
Thinking Aibout.
Peru. Fla.. 'May 4.- careful Investigation we learn that the
prospects for good crops, generally
speaking, were never better in this part
of the country.
IH. L. 'Puker, of the Lone View
neighborhood, ten miles south of here,
was in this ili&ge this week and re-
ports that everybody was well and that
things were booming in that section.
Ur. T. 8. Saffor, of Pelot. was in this
place last week On professional busi-
ness. Mr. Safford is agent for the"
lqultable Life Assurmance Society of
the United States, and by his energetic
efforts 1I aorkizrg up a very lucrative
business for his company in this part
of the state. This gentleman wilH alo
be remembered as one of the sucesfui
farmers of the southeastern part of the
F. S. 'orr"ison, of RivetrVew i tra-
ded his undivided aif ,interest In his
tal ertast. ir vha. place to Mr. F. dL.
Cooper for his property -further. dewn-b
the river. -
J. J. Boyett and Wm. Thoomps
boarded the mule train (Bin was cot-
ductor) here yesterday morning at .4
o'clock with a load of pork and cabbage
for Tampa.
WiU Retire With .a Sood BOrOd--,
Farmlng Prospects Goes .
Braidentown. FtPa. May '&-(Specjia)
-The old board- of county ma.midnl-th
era of thls (Manatee) comn mg out.
with a clan record and leavei se
them a good balance of funds b the
county tresury. Bch foad f treu
county is paid up and has sa moena
In the trean&y, wlh waVry Ottte, f any
unredeemed oty srWmipt OUtL ,a ab
tee county ha a ut right twl oeaefate-
late herself in every. rgqe .,
This has been a prosperous wesale
season for the frmnmes, they have made
good cops, for wMdh they .have re-
Iled good priesm, and no conip-snt cm
be heard from those o the4m who behave
been industrious enomg to &ran the"m-
selves of the golden oppoljunty.' *-.
Mr .R. & Paimer. t6s gseeretary f
the Parker Gun Wocks, .of Cef .
Conn., has msamltted tihe lasm for a
very lhn-"se reldetea .a pa erect-
ed on fit lar-ge Sive near BUi-,mtwte_
which, when consjfad, wll be .thi
cottiest and moat elegant tasidena 'Is

has decided to movw. Its tines trom
Braldentown to Garaota, which, When,
completed ,wil give Braldentown ^td-
phone connectodl' wise tpw*-ih

...t.*i~ ^._i:isr

g6 Ow Cem a cu
balt eaw Tv

~e & CO.

Tazan, Fin., April M. 1899.
ider the supei- The partnership heretofore existing
business. Parties between F. L. Wing and H. E. Hale,
and on having doin bualness under the firm name of
d n having W igar Company,. s hereby dis-
r'omptness and solved. HL E. Hale retiring and Mr. F.
tf Writ L Wing, continuing the business un-
ed. W rite toder the same name.
wy Dry Goods F. L. WING.
or the purpose H E. HALE.
fitted up and Tampa, Fla., April 24, 1899.
o "n A gtg l The partnership heretofore existing
Scan gg between L. Wing and H E. Hale
ttractive of its doing business under the firm name of
l. TYbor City Loan, Office. is hereby dis-
solved. H. E. Hale, retiring and F. L.
Qancy and Dr3 Wing, continuing-the business under
the same name.
H. E. H-ALE.

If you suffer from tenderness or full-
ess on the right side, pains under
K s-hosidor-lads, constipation, bilions-
latt as Ky. s sick-headache, and feel dull,
v lMV and dewy yaw Uver is torpid
-s. ind tmmqmud. DeWlte itue t early
:'. ; ._bM win cure ou grorsp, pleas-
-anl a nl Vn nomn yb tby removtMr
the uagov~~re and emust- Me bile
.4`dat to openand fnow natural.
-- .-' '. -,* )l5BsgrBprat uftdfs. B.23. Lecoardi f

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Personal Points and GeneraL Newb

'Phone Carruthers for stove wood.
S1 Turner's, place for nice watch wjrk.]
ad-MarL. Banymond sells wood. Telephone 300.
SThe invincible Babcock. Hobbs &
-f Co.

InltF eh butter milk dally at E. L.
Limited. row corner An and afavette
streets. tL

SFresh butter milk daily at E. L.
Gross', corner Franklin and Lafayette
streets, tf-
J. M. FIsher sells the bd*est loads
and the best wood for the money.
'Phone 33.
The only cigar that satisfies, Is the
LaNorma smoker, be. J. M. Martines,
216 Lafayette street.
Try a regular meal at the Delmonico
? taurant, imder new managesint.
Tickets meals for $3.10. tf.

Get a Fea oetone imaerate at SM or
ap Olive at W from the Tanian Bar-
mews and Wagn m t

It maces no Herenw e how bad the
woand If you a seDeWItts Witch Ha-
el Salve; it will quickly het and
le ve no soar. 8. B. Ionare & & Co.,
CentraloS0armac, of Esapa, Dis*
S mond Pharmacy, Tbor City.
A. A. L Tresh Elgn butter always
gives satisfacton Servqd by B. J.
Drawdy, P. W. Barne & Co., PblUpsa &
Taylor, Strickland Bros., R. L Law, J.
Winters, V. B. McIlvalne, J. W. Can-
ning,. M. -H. Grant & Bon. Wholesale by
J. P. Hardee & Co., 'Phone 170.
We have about one hundred pairs of
\S Ratl those fine shoes for ladies still on hand.
LUw Mnal* s The bnly sizes we now have are 1. 2. 2
m New or 1-"9 3, and 3 1-2. We will close them
kbeamen: out at 50c and T5c. Ferris Shoe Co.
)kee, Seminole. *
For first class commercial printing
the Tribune office is clear out of sight-
y"' "' 'rds Send in your orders or telephone your
i..n lf" papers, wants and a solicitor will call and sub-
mit prices and show samples.
Lt p. m.asfoUlows:
ded "and Fridays Don't think you can cure that alight
attack of Dyspepsia by dieting, or that
Pplffn 001 Y It will cure Itself. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure will cure it; it "digests what yom
eat" and restores the digestive organs
to health. S. B. Leonardi & Co., Ceir-
w Lewis' Wlharf, B"0 trial Pharmacy, of Tamapa, Diamond
F AY Pharmacy, of Ybor City.

r l One. PAeumonia ,a grippe, coughs, colds,
croup and whooping eogth readily
the St. Jobhs e .yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use
this remedy In time and save a doo-
tore's bill-r the undertaertaker's. B.
SLeonardl & Co., Central Pharmacy, ot
Tamoa, Diamond Pharmacy, ot Ybor
A. A. L Fresh Elon butter always
gies -atirwytios Nerved by 8 J.
Drawdy, r W. Barne & Co., Pips Va
am". sssptday Talo, Btrictland Bros., B. L. Law. J.
WWinters, V. B. Mcllvalne, J. W. Can-
stg, .L ( E. Grant BSon. Wholesale by
.& P. Hardee & Co.. 'hone 11.

.I.Lmn 8a a.. I have now tn stock a very pretty li a
.. Mepv. t bed room eatst which am olosel
=" 21 .. S at at a very low prioe and on ea
: .Lna.s w*9try PSaMetS. C.C. Berg1, 14
55" 1: a.m. Vesakln street.
:... 3 *:o am. m- 4 ---
Tell me you people far and near,

rt 1 o .A h 'll, i I tell you the reason because tis
2 i8o.De..Ae.. PlI, beast.
Because 'tts best. the best to sell.
And connotseurs can quickly tell,
SWhen drinkiner Export, Special or Pale,.
aton, Qct. 15, 1847 That the best doesn't always come by
S" 0So now you see the answer quite clear,
SWhy, Charlie Reaves too, sells
Florida beer,
For these two men who are after good
trade ,
0"m'0. the beet beer made.


time wth a sea of
fdradm es hebodelf
Slest the nrth-

4i t tle e eed fea l

glade a mtc ethe hm'.
^3f or thes p et he o.
i mcls etheres s. But
so woman who
s ee d h tiee sheielf
o wih the strength-
Senig power of Dr.
Pierces Favorite Pre-
one Instant's mhitssiv about either her-
self or the prospective itle wone.
This matebless Ftipmpos will give
her exactly the kind or healtbr vitality
she needs and at the time she needs it
most. It wvli give elastic endurance to
the entire delicate ognism involved in
motherhood. It will aket i the omingof
baby absoltly fiBfsms danger and nearly
It wi lsuo thsers h-bi start is life by
imparting, throgk its inflierve upon the
mother, that ardy infantile rigor which
gladdens a mother's beset. It is the osly
medicine which. e e implicitly ireled
uo for this ; ad the oily rem-
periesced phyteisa to give perfect health

give bond in the auir of $200. g Pa J
Mr. B. E. Morgan, represented the
prosecution. He made an able and
convincing argument to the court and
handled the witnesses in a moat clever
and sklllful manner. The defense was
handled by itr. M. B. Ba'rcfarlane In Protm Suadirs's 4
ie able and characteristic style. T'he Iai *i.s of 0
hearing attracted a large crowd .of in- L 0oda .r*' aO ik
terested spectators, the county Judge' .
office beint crowded nearly all after-. or*rewl on im
noon. pose ofat iV il e

We have opened a new market where fun sfta oo a.
the public can find at all tms a 1U1 y t isi
line of meats, vegetables, etc. Low ts-t a 1 -.tw.,
prices and prompt service. El he 5 b
berger & Burns, 70 Seventh Avenue. 3

Albion W. Knight has retired from that -
the presededcy of the Jacksonville L- t2he tb frs m
tional Bank and Jud e enry B. 'I m. r 1n ; r (d-
kins of Atlanta a elected to U1 the r .~ r. a, ft.
place.' Judge Tonklns has purcBased a itm113at c
large block of the band's stock. T hr
new president s well know In In a-
clal circles In Georsia, and le a 1 1
and Progrealee business &ma. fe. o
very much impressed .with Jak4o-
ville, and show his tafth lsy b telosib i
one of Its leadfbg business an


are in BE tO
Hae Deet pe a 6i aa

From faturday'a aly'
Last nigbt abaft1 o'clock the are

s 1p. "Favorite Prescriptiest"
blasdis sa y good medicine stom .


The People are Enjoying an Era of
Prosperity That is Almost

Ilant City, Fla., alay ii.-(opeial. -
Plant C .ty nas her aUiL as well as ner
0u0,y tirt-o, lut tnis spiifs proms.-ns Li
be as guo a a busine-s season as na-
bee wn for some time, utmu e our
spring a year ago, growers have some-
thing growing, someitung to eUll 101
casn and plenty to eat. ,TWhl we call
prosperity, goo time and plenty ,.-
lecta lil, hence all are helped in gooa
old Florida by a good crop year, as is
also t1ue everywhere ele.
Finer rice fields by produce farmers
have never been known; one corn ana
all other crops are fne and each In de-
mand for tne cash. "oe dirput0 o:
(beans and Irish potatoes is mun tiMg-
er than usual and of very good quality
there are very few of th e farmers &n
this vicinity, but what have a represen-
tation all his own In eastern markets
this season.
Rev. 0. J. PFrier and family spent
last week with their many friends here.
The quarterly meeting o fthe X. F.
church was held t aturday and Monday
last. The presiding elder, Rev. tlUburn
being in attendance. Rev. Mr. Tresca
was also present. The meeting wllU
continue during the week.
Mr. J. J. Joone left Wednesday morn-
ing for Lake Butler, his home. tir
Jones Is quite tavoraby impressed
with Plant City and wrcounding and
may later become a retdnt he
Dr. C. B. Lowry and family retmrn-
ed early last week arom A a. r.,
Lowry an4 his estimable wife ande m0
are alwy at hoie in Plant City.
where r. aLowry expects later to
again tpermenetilP iocate'tIn busrinam
(Mr. T. 0. Knax -B wifeiand aMly
were called hoa e l o Boom gdteo a
few dags ago on.a0co, t of Mt evere
ue of mo. Headrick's mother.
Died at his home in Plant City on
saturday at 10 a. m. L r. K. V.
Way. of paralysis havinC been sick but
a few day, his death came very un-
Ifr. Way was woodman for the War-
neil Lumber and Veneer Co, a man
of unusual abitly in his line of tusi-
ness asd highly esteemed by bin em-
ployers and alarge circle of relatives
and friends. In his death he leaves
in sorrow a devoted wife two marred
daughters and one son.
Interment in Oaklawn cemetery *un-
day at 4 p. m. Bura service at the
grave by Rev. E. J. Gates.
Mr. and Mts. R. I. Bowers, sou-in-
law and daughter of Mr. Way are-ved
Sunday morning from South Carolina
in time for the (burial ceremony.
Mr. J. W. Barwick of tfe firm of
Barwick and Baldy spent Sunday In
Mr. A. Schneider arirved Monday
Mr. P.. Daniel left ct. Tuesday
morning for Webster.
Capt. and Mrs. J, B. Wsbb lef" Tues-
day for Birmingham on tiir %%,) to the
Hot Springas for rhe sm-inier.
Blackberries are. '.y ,ilpn'.;ul tils
The mill men at :ne .1. 1 '. Blocher
saw midll northeast of i ) n say the ore-
mand for lumber keeps thbm ru-hlng.
Measles and at3.hopng eciug n re
still prevailing.
Mr. A. K. D.'m.re repre- ntl-t the
Woodmen of the" yct3ll. is a;sior at
the home of his frpnd, Mr. J. K. Mar-
tin, of Knights, Fla.
Fromr Saturday-'s Dally .
A prominent railroad official Inform-
ed a Trtbune rpresentaUtive yesterday
that Tampa would see the largest
crowd of visitors on ever assembled in this city. He staled
that It was the Queen's birthday and
that efforts were now bL-ing XuoJe to
have four noted war vessels, two
American and two Eng lih, to give a
naval exhibition in the bay. In addi-
tion to Ibi wend be munerou- other
attrectios Inelsedlg bicycle races sid
a parade, meto orwhich has already


Aired TYeterday l b

Laoge .,_,
Fo m Saturday's Da ly.., ,.
suge aaarr 's cou t ha m the a
oi a.a teres n cm e Zsg. -. i t
uegadu in tae morning as asm Aem near- tisf
iy tae ensure day. ",1 d.eMytti.a sa t tI&
me case was .Mas. SIvaiams'rIaga. tWaI Aj
w a cua&ge a o the witn asmAns
ajid oatLery. *rme progesuxtne -wtabem
w&s her mother-in-Law.. a m
MterrdU. 002o wnM fM B wMa
asdaltt had been m y ritred a
AU the paruet*. YeL together on i
farm anouo six ndlae frM e an s
or inG to tr e to the" t "o&r tod el"Am
'aggie" as ahe was aXm iary' ,
a quarrel or""ateL betwemalten mam5
Lhe gentle kessone abt a ta r re D,;
stocxg. blot word weoe sp
'nlie e mwas pae ana & .taabe I
epiLhet was MoLiOwed by Olowa,. ZO
and-scraetha. The eed eaous-63v1 lpU
iaw was Xkotkeddew. an d s
on. 'se two women insd an o
stting-room fl oor nUil eaW *IeM r
supiiaen with both kees On toeg M I i
era oreas ana her two hamis held aad
in a vice. -
While an thia I. was ge oa an
Olerritt's onix ly a John. a We
ping youths atbG U 21 sOsM whIV
wtaad3gig clime an Ontesbstad
spectator. As ioam as the msomer reas- Bleer
Iced that she waa slearty the 'UAdw 35 Jk
dop in the Bagta" sh appealed to bbr et' m%,'

e\4&EIbqU01eIroquois, Cheor

~S.~es5Jwcimmv[e &aid Ctu I.

"Wg Fm e~v.Nw Yo)rka
..lloaya,, W

;twg*A9Viacbiss, 5C.. both ways.)
4 aggg54 ol55~5gjto SWlas bOnesn

St5 TibL4 .Rivel

Wot~'Wmaokso LnvilJ o

AF0W.A. =A W,


20 WstofM&

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and turned the nozzles of haK a dozen
hose on the flames, they were soon ex-
The damage Is estimated at about
$100 to the building and equally as
much to the stock.
Had it not been for the quick and et-..-
iclent work of the department, one o.
the most destructive fires that. Tatepa.
has ever experienced would bave been
witnessed last night Had the btildlq
burned to the ground and the surrouuat
lng houses and stores caught it would
have been a matter of utter OptosVAn
hblity to have stopped It utll evem
ihing' north o Pok street wap 'iWOiO
ed -by the fiery fiend. On i lpper- sa'!s
lIn, most all the buidlzs eat .f.W -
end when they ever catch aM So
under good headway withI klUL
wind to hasten It on. tt wifl a t
vioal impossiblity.to ched it In ,I
erything of ay imnlortance Us mte -
The people of Tampa can er v A e
predate the VMelener and "IportUe,.
of a number one fire detisUltent w aMnt.
it prevents some great aspinjgr lom
and catastrophe aa It did lAt tlghlt.'

A Follower of MKenSle-In may inS.
stances a persstent 6ough -O4PW U.
attack of meas&e. In speaking 1 thOs
Mr. Walter. Badedftor o' t
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*jig" ..-,e -a ad ...her
e eL t lo ee to sa t rep

I.Ketek wtil a so elect a governor
agd state officers. The d-a,---,ats are
in the- n maitr, In this state.
SMaryland wIl elect a governor and
both houe of'. the legislature The
chaaeen Davor-a de nocratc victory.
Qm-amachsetts will elect a governor.
state okcers and both houses of the
alelateue, and there is no doubt of re-

Nebranat repulIcans will elect a
Jantloe of the supreme cofrt and two
members Oa the beard of regents.
new Jersy will elect eight state sen-
atowri ei members of the house 'and
county officers. Tie democrats will
amke a strong effort to recover lost

New TYork will elect two Justices of
the suieemae court in the first judicial
ditrct. ome justice in the dfth dIstrit
three jottme In' the eighth district,
and IN member of the assembly. Tne
heams will e div dpd.
Ohio to goina to have the most ex-
etafn mampegr of ay state. She wUl
akt a gowoerr, several state oicers
-A" le ateire: The r2-epabil- are

Ms i Bto efta lt.
Fbunpn iit wff elect a ate trea-
'*ereaJB mmieuof eatjIs. The re-

The VSrgniUa deMmcrata wlB elect a
le yet.tl the oom w lth, minor
efate eoeendad a leWlatere. except
t bh -SIP ser str 1en

tied." The Washington
this extract from a recent
great Ijondon paper: "The
truly aeetous for the SBri-
Wturers, who are asking
outal qestigons-whether
mpetitlon must Invariably
he future British exports
md whether it to worth
lag on under such an
g incubua." The Post
F ritlicise this desponent
tile dwellihg on the sa-r-
ace made by the Ameriean
in manufactures during
r or two, says that there
to doubt that our BSptish
brace up and maintain a
gland. cannot hope to
ever the first place in
s and commerce the I' mi-
a re ms aes it Impossible
id nwpreponderate ov-cr zi
* in ihe "has- done in the
natlis hve thad "tar more
asrese than sae has, an.
e it. If the adnritemenet
ms In tLU qantity of their
s aId expcts aI to be te-
daismnil defeat for bngatuj,
i at course very daz. lni-
e an aboard and unreason-
Sthe matter. Tfe indus-
s coming to he so columeat
such domination of it as
enjoyed ln the past is nec-
ted ton Udlnear. T7%emen-

Me Sun: For the rst

ldton the board
on the court hoe
stle It ammomee
be nalnces of
.tn lbaLe than V

I ame- atoatE
Vt cJeS e3mnw

w a-

hai growing for them and the bees wortung
.on- for tiem.
of -
ech Ex Speaker Beed, upon hisarrival at
14 LiUerpool, expr seed surprise that the
St repowrser should bother bim so, and
Us Uthathere should be so much iternet in
ae- his doings. Can- it be possible that
hat Tom Beed doesn't know what a really
vial big man he es?
and Prof. 'W. G. Crnm, of "Florida
Republican" fame, is going to try his
SIn hand on a paper especially devoted
re to th caue of the Citizens League.
Its Itis not yttannounced whether he will
rpd- soupend the Bepublican or not.
hen The delinquent tax lIsts published in
nin- the Leesbarg Commercial and the Or-
ow- lando Sentinel ar models of typo-
has graphical excellence. They are also a
ha source ..ft financial relief to *he sturdy
- proprietors
the Its reported that Mr. Andrew Car-
m, aegio is to. reire from business, but
now sottrom p alantbrpy, wuch has been
hieprincipalbuaineue for soma years
rkt Commlmioner Peek baa generously
mO- decided to leave a few fet of pace at
id- the Pork expel for the other na-
n. tos= that may want to exhibit.
and 4W
ad TheP cont delerquent tax lat will be
ea- published is the Tribnae during next
s2- monthb.. Siberi beand keep posted.

"a- W
or Brother Morgan of tie St. Peters-
i .to berg Sab-Peonaelar, gets ot a warm
ithe rLm herin thhapeofa newspaper.

Whle oArtrL is paohingthr gh
M the Flupi O line msorth of Clumpt,
n- Filpismeam-irying to break tbmrougb
wter Gen vesmes lines mth ou f ilaSil.
at BuAt then they don't aueeed very ftla
ftf The Polk County tuar at Laihxeld
je" pmnnmmatobe agreatsuecem. Theie
a4 m a number of people from Tampa
ad suw ndting onMouty that will be
. -I se, tm.e by race hot-eand

the ahaa grief is ncere. She ia now
re "uerip8as 8h a s eaingblackpotaege

q aWX-Ume wilt M, the ptm

2 k -.an.d ,-. d aie lava the

In the buge swindle of the Federal
Government perpetrated by cigar man-
ufacturersof Lancaster, Pa., and which
effects eigar '-merchants all over the
country, they having now to pay re-
venues which should have been paid by
others, the man who made and used
the counterfeit stamps are about toget
off on easy terms, because they claim
that they can implicate two prominent
Philadelphia lawyers in trying to bribe
revenue officials. The case against
theme r, from the proof formnised
by tre swindlers of the government,
does look ugly, but this proof shows
also that the counterfeiters and swind-
ling cigar makers did not profit from
the alleged attempts to bribe reveue
ocers, except by the connivance of
the government, wbo e officers were
working up a case. The fellows who
obtained, it is claimed, as much as
4160 00 from the use of counterfeit
revenue stamps apparently are not to
be punished, except hy the eonfleatoo
of their property, though they ave
caused thousands of others, inoooent
purchers, to pay large sum to the
government, while the Philadelphia
ember of the combine combine ato be vig-
orously prcdouterd, it may be, because
they ain d to be "ipromsi nL"

Triumphant as may be the ccess of
wireless telegraphy, all the stories
about it are pltill coming in over the
same old wiree.

Admiral Kauts seems to have an
endless supply of bricks up his sleeve
for the German government.

Therepromiess to be a cold day for
somebody in Manila when that Atneri-
can ice plant sarives there.

Col. John A. DeLauney ad Bin
eeld will. next Monday. iae the first
copy of the Tampa Advance.

Mr. Richard Barning Davis will
have more occasion to put up good
storiem now thea evew.
Gen. Fred Fueoston comtiues to give
all tie poe milUs in the country the
,job of their life.
Ge.Jo&s. B Wall is the Tribunem
oadidate for governor orolnda. Can
we hebar sneO

PM1 aIneate h-sm aPrvena a great
Theelenaeeofa j5sod mas is eam
eloquen&than therhoetln ofa thief,

FMnLaeSB!S ei^e

'aAeMCe -: Asem-AMiuv-rw ,*an.-s- 1 A jW 3l"D 0F7 B":IOOL
ni wir.eat e rep.- iM ,i Lun m
Laueg s tru o"" o e *LU e- O. kA. r p

uj-lmSnU t asem ouae U uOL cnu-.,-AC ine r alied wa e awn Lee Lbake.
s wuareeswal p n, sane otn sisri giriti Aiat c i pn al o l at-Hmoes-
taaeai.nne la n cf thalont h'eat. e
wSaU Dasis- i ii a e near ,n -a.- bena and large feet ae pruTvrUma.
mes uoa ua e hpm o1 iLLua Ot .u .I .... U L e people ol Jikka n art waCbibalg WlUt
iaeu.tusi a1 Lrue u t Lne uLtLL..---L1 UlestL Lbe prug-tsb Qu( a ct.kl fur
alAUcLat niL- eiul tui l.tii. La i, nurse-majiidr, bicb wa&, 0o euu iu ltL
itoUe caotl M &I aint cUr ie .--.e-S city a snoon lrt LmeaguJand t dCIilematigu6
auuAU IWe tielLa LUe u AlitL to Iach its11 pUpls how LU Cat e r fr
kmeU ix* v lw afii Ippt-vake I tbtir t fma L1 cArgev, pl3 ailc.Lll> *a wea
wettul. I as meittlt.ij. Lv cuaure 01 lu itrutti.vu
Sie u inDC.Ia Icsoonf lif basting, rerswtig
tre % e dir., Lpiu LULoury turkt, metWiL..
is^.^ mimiont aUa s ^aL U) and u.eiairg, abienL atire lviled b
-uaiot, v.U o pu.t ca LLt gU .- iecturts Oictubilg itre li ta gille.i
it = rui t.U iL t, aiz _u rc,& ..L .- a rndaltaCipluJtng Otl cin Oret., Ute i tural
ptac jitsortut. aC) %rCAi b a .e 6'A., and intelecLUal attiLude ul toe aurbe
Tje-at art lrmor L an -a Sa .nv I- at larto the cbt'aros, ti Sort oR atone 0e o
Aey USt mte ,ui. l.hI11 it ,vI u- tell them aI41 kinuargarten gama
XtUitt io t orV icitat .itt rILIttti. 1. wltLb may be Ila.eal. Such a course
toauser, would tun,,ubtec y be vt aaid oI Mu ny
So(e t ohe ignorant women who now boJa
'tAe C eterintta t-itcqulrer say-. i."ta tpo o ot tots kins, dauo so one rM
1t & Ioon oeai ot fat in 3.1,' .. quirement of the Ltitou b chOl ta rtat
cte trctiL uat "uoLa0 r tii nL Itnse who enter hall have ptVlOUevis)
vear Ct MI tta.t a n s o e .uat: .S ,-- bad a common Schooi eductltuu. They
P str-t t La LLte must ti additou have god recommAL-
i r1t "lionsot ifa f o aoctt. ",e between thbe
e' ___ aes of eighteen and Uirt n ad pledge
it is now repItI to tlha Atnlrasi tO- Unemlvel to weara uniform after tehey
ey us ariaangtig 1to uope -iume.t aut tEAL graduate and roOt t ask I wiezly
ns LUwi oIte te voyuge uU 1 ---6- waaea of mor thlan 96 for the flrbt
Samp. tee tVyliplt. t.Utat Le tL-....n- jyar. It Is poeible thab the effect of
Up sLh ti ecU u j cuuas tIUir i t .. L lO fis school may be t n mindce a uperior
tacst uo o 1.,0 0t-0 CcW o- law taleyoang winln to ndertaie the
pAetamUa srtiuo,&- pleaenod duti eof the Bie1rey1 in pref-
tme Carrarees hat9PutA4L AeSIOa tea o tthe mere mo larkton teus by
nU, oR At ueA e imt put. c oS r . w- w b tUy now ake mir living.
natmt t a, t .ou, t u a. .. With the uwrm of o tidmgsm edlev"11
ai osiyu s mr ,, ale th,, i -t --ve tot The d bgiof a ref ,iselm rlam-
ia ot vO, s m. its i ,-. .... educ sion aid refinement will be will-
VtUt tarouiaMtt e uota lg ID o 10 undertake if, and the pM atc
Su lib etws e no le babed t to bebetW s
The law firm ot Wail I&t-ei v a -- into ourlom *p y nature. U Stare
been iMtiveu. Lama ona u eT -A-- themnlvem diamrted It Is an mam-
see ongry y te aopotinaUtut C-Lb. i0 flact ta "eteh tnt aad weIthcy pen-
wait ure U umon ol 9 rtuit nt i ji-&- prie ofn o e e v ard suldeen, the vb
mr. ,tevtxa wi tumry n Li e ua.c---- they aeI at a molt jIprnleiaI e a e
OI i uc o airm h in e uwn o"ia., to Le ote Of unedlcatead a ndiear.
je a tor te pirnat. ata servante. Deformed children are

ry mee te. w ais e xpiLe to ue a op-t ctM p l and mea
great rating ofa1ry uieds I itL-i"t an weibmig-beg of futire men and
re women, the Boston exte alnt will be
Sah bowling sceeeq .
The tobacco report as publailted In
the '.rlntune this morning e L au eXCt IX VICTORY.
lent expoition of facts tnat aemnote
progree aind prOeperity iromn eieli
anpoinL # b mhe Tribune is delighted to kngw
Th Berlin contlar reports showthat tbe board of iqutry has sutained
that a great moany Americast brrtas are enerl Miles after all, though it did
snhippeo to Germany. Occaionby t e oLt meanu to. It made a report entirely
inavertenltly throw one that say, too. iguonrig the evidence produced aiod at-
# tempted to hold up Algernism and paint
Admiral Snsppon is at least handy bthe virtues of embalmeded beef," but it
with his pencil He has ascertaine finally found that no farther proteed-
that tne shtIp led by Admiral Schley ioag will be ce.essary, which means
.rired 9,4n shota at Uervera's shipt, dt that General Milvs is not to be court
a coAs at of .000. martialed. This is indeed a wiss pre.-
tpcaution on the partof the board, fur if
A statement prepared at the ar de- the general has been court "marlaled
Were ktiled in tft Pliiptnes rom Feb. for speaking out in Dha of the sol
4 to Aprl 28. aid that 1.111 were aound- dlers, who could not talk for them-
ad. -ity 'Us, 'tin true. selves, a wave of indignatitn would
Shave swept the country that would
Bartow and the surrounding country have simply paralyzed the administra-
is shipping more vegetables than ever tion'. The board very wisely recom-
before In their history, and there are mended concerning the canned beef,
evidences of'a rich and abundant har- that under the circumstances it was
vest for many months to come. unpalatable and found undesirable asa
continuous ration." It did not find that
The futUre of.Cuba, it ts now report- there was any embalmed beef, the
ed. ie in the hands of a woman. There sworn testimony of better men than
1. no longer any doubt that Cuba Is compoae thbe board to the contrary
getting to h-e thoroughly up-to-date. notwithstanding. On the whole, the
# report of the board sustained the view
Occasionally the name of David B- taken by the public as soon as Geceral
Hil lappeara in the New York papers Miles masoe his famous charges. That
now-a-days without a word to remind numbers of oldiera died becalne of in--
the poblcwho DavidB-MUis.or was-competency and racaity on the part
of the beef contractors and oUters ni-
tereted in the gigantic stealing match,
It wll take some mi'gnty tail husl.ing there is no question.
to make a dinner worth -Iollitr in (. hi-
ca. t A QU X R oASE

Dealers ain honey have the flowers

into thel-af t itur tomathe lava-
mentality of the Ja Mev t e t.Mi- K
raret's Gulld. It m 11e be
pecunar, compared a a
run oflegUiM, w tUei len s
certainly a lh* e In the U.ttlton
The multni t -of d~ "1 4,3

f hoursbow W e alsa *i =
tomers. m thank the 2r
their wk in t the cas of et
t is enough to expect Mte ttl-,.
and epeetaly the ladts e to AtM&wn .
they ar waiting en am T do-
ind more in inreanuiAe, &fI tb*
passage of the preent hi will erA
cate the evil, let every member give
it Sts support. allowing Is the fuol
text of the bIll. '-
Section 1. That all merchants o r
keepers and employers of male oV .. ^
female clerks, me-lee.s"/ or jan
cashgtrls, or other a *tant*w in mer-
cantile or other business ptrs-lts re-
quiring such employees to stand or
walk during their active duties, be and betman
are hereby required to furnish at their
own cost or expense certain chilrs,
stools or slUding eats attached to the I
counters or walls, for the use of such I o 111
employees when not engaged in their = W-
active worA; and not requLrefi to be on C Ile
their feet in the proper performance of Re
several dates; and such merebhIts,J 3BOf
storekeepers and employers be, and are I i,-.
hereby required to permit their sad
employees to make reesonmale m ot a 5
said seats during business hours tfor
purposes of neeeeary rest, and whe ,
such use will not Interfere with hnlel AL l
or rta-nabhle requirements of their em-
ployment. F
ec. 2. That any merbchant, atore- SA
keeper or employer refual on n .n g
letting to comply with the requkdenennts
of section lot this actl, shall be deemie
guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, i'f k
upon conviction thereof, be punished by
a fine of no$ more than one hUt0dre*3 B
dollars or imprisonment not exceeding .
ixty days. .
Sec. 3. That all laws or parts of tows.!
In conflict with any of the provilons of ST!f
this act be. and ar& hereby reeale OV
Sec. 4. That this act shall go lanto e-
feet immediately upon its passage and
signature by the governor.
Tampa nero ents and factory people W wl I
are not compla rn of duU times Iti ie
the chronic rowler who doen the tdae- H. |e
ing. The man that stands on the street '
corners whtle bis wife takes in bewntl
to glee him dMaly bread. Th Isothe
class of peofe who ace never raised
with the laws of the country or the [
people who j~tlmtOC"- th. Whemm

Tampa residents ta leeavig the crty

forget to order The Trtnne walinG to d

mailed anywhere the Unted states
for the am pe/pre it cos t ahmt .;,' a,-
By gettIng it ref lar yo wel be'eM- -o
asted to keep up with all ;he imp
local events. -.

thoeatene to tain the nometry

cold weathr. ~'
m-ama we -

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pr II2%4a in Their Coastwise
a r t egn Gotntrime
- ^ dd 4he Vested States
-l.wyers Fall Out.

46a.Ba Cubes, May 8.-Special.--
sfeosnktlemsu betig experseoced
r-iMo d dinlancial circles in this
the Reersm ad Mendez
Swhich own and
^ thiUrty eamer Thes
*e1amany sed in trading
omi Por, to
Ametfii tstea sal tbh. Can.

bss he- A rinag MOw too large ad loom for

= I%-,WWa brohsa, Ter kney, Watervory, ( eur-

p pol p p bokbes iprises, Mr. JA J ;oopMeri ano
Sis mln .iMal l~A- AlIm sthe U getgraph.cal contest was
OB o alset.nsesq ad over, swaah havriung bruugoi the
S fi van- er. photo se ha uf herself and
ilaw Ocise landed to4 mtMwes. Tue gemUemen
^ 'l--.isi the Oees1 Boating dlrewfrom the number, aew then oi,
i ltl-itvle n O follies ftmingor tome original .01 t photo 0ou-
M ad as matters now noted ner to toe neaunifuily ecorated
wtu dock to American lining rowu, wcare a bountiful suppe,
was serveu. t case anda icecream.
Milks g oe ing orn
a" ves say that Amer. BVIOUS AUNAWAY.
Maoet practice in thbir
aey are totally igoor- Miss Susie Ayan Was Hurled to the
m t baewond oe jott pro Pavement and Received Some
i ; oerned.. The American Bevere Cuts and Bruises.
tteardfffreatly, however, and From Tue day's Daily.
t ,ede club tohbeknown as A serious runaway oi-curred on Puok
^ eahtAa Attotasys in Cuba and street yesterday anernuon. A hurse
,h "eq.Uece. of tho e de.c- attmchea to u iuck-ster wago belonging
l f tr Int T. making tr- |to Mi| Suae H3 an, daughter 01 J. j.
.thkdhe femble tolbe public is atian ol Jiaoua, eat sue was driving
Se~~a-smrtlating and bright as a.ong Polk stretch between Furanklin
w =ty gsaoeg of en aastue poUU- street and Fkcrd avenou, took frigtiL
p eob BOWaJey wit succeed depends attoecrss an rau away. It dashed
tms ltlo'.n their abtliy to hoocwtik alone at a terrifio ga tiuni.l It came to
asldieathiettcUb"qeonleague&. some r.sgruosliastasa near IMb corner of
-'l. saAss1eri esat thtls place are ec- Pol and Fraulicu. Here it jumped
-^w XBellent health. o to the sidewalk and weni crasinuog
L: F Bngw t Co. is si'l ono, nto the awning post. Ia t shock three
loC n Miss Rlan beaulong to tihe pavement.
ri ". mare iareaomberotf Tamlpa people The wagon was oyertureu and toe
S are ma g money and doing ho s rag,,suathe Iron4 wheels and
-t'n h i ocial andinsecial aid WeDn dashing on up Franklin
I ., ? ...e .r..... street.
V -5 Miss Ryan was.picked up more deal-
'.. ldT ian alive. rrie was unconscious and
E n Nr lil rS ter OWi oLf lace Was covered with
l. i i o. She was carried iEo tle house
*' ' .- m rt Sne oorree ot Florida avenue and
O ft at O eor at st nce for Dr. H rampton. He was
St wm tl verPO.. rn soon at toe bedside. When the blood
-.. ". was washed from.te sufleer'e face it
was found that she t a sustained a
^^6f .w ays Dey. long, ugly cuton top ol tie head. 'the
Smen te in good spirits Doctor applied restoratives and. obe
|.- eMoqMt Of th4" gOo soon became cons3oue. At last ac
p re;ort counts ate was resting t" aey as "ouid
*. Vaae arrived from be expected. dibe i8 badJy bruised
I "m & .load 0of .4 aShouLtthsnoulaersanu body, but the
f deapper, "Sa only dangerous wound is tne as 0ou
iThy w~are all foo her hea.
1&4. I,Ce., and were Th' wagon was a covered one and
toalte markets. the1e was no chance for Miss Ryan to
Un T-, ytsir. jump out. It ws we filled wit eggs
..dm.t" foUM r f bs t* era, but afrlj everything was do.
a stroed and toe wagon Is a Jmost atomal
A.bove s Co. shipped. wre k. About anuliy fe~ of awning

yestetda from I has occurred for sme time and at-
wh-f ie thobusand tractet a big crowd.
-Charlott e M""ir sFOU/t 3.iR 14_5S.

pe geitenay 0 A isPanous Duelist of Kentucky Dies
atg the ,Advanced Age of

^ M j *f tn. PT.,May 9.-Joseph Bog-
C, ma, h our year old, is dead In
-, early yes J~ei e eneuty, at the home of his

i in wadred& awmy, goinW_ to Ansay
glm sulon tiwme a young men. During hs iUme
I" maperfor he nouaht tow duels, each time lkng,

m .fowm ana a man named Bmewng
vUI *o -had a mvAtl. and bry a recent were
Ate4. tepther, armed wit% ebawe

for- e enw His next duel was; in

ftcZ ,W..su recr-. smc

The Admiral will be allowed one of
his wanthie m wichb to retarn hem-. '
He will no doubt *eshet sbl flahphip,
tMe famous Olympia, ad bia retes
will be via tb Suez eanal so as to stop e
as eow York. X
As it-akes at laa forsty-fve days to
make the trip Irom Mantla to New
York, therm S little bope of him Mrriv-
log here before July or August, even eoh
should he be not detained by the peace

~nu rmuvv.n UL, I WH I R Ig
b I ChronicledforAdmiral Dewey to Oet Leave 6

Absence to Return Home.
Tbonotoassa, Fla.. April 8.-The
Usk of frequent rain is causing much
- mo-S aes and fruit COMING BY WAY OF SUEZ CANAL
growers of this vicinity, as the crops
are in reed of it.
Mrs. J.D. Cooper spent a few days of The Famous Flagship Olympia Will Ni
aiL4 week i Tampa. Bear the Brave Adnliral Back
Mrsa . A Djbelle left for a summer
visit to her old home in New York last to HIE Native Land. lt
Mr. Carter left for his northern home Washington, May 8 --Special-O T
last week, after spending the put win- ficial information riven out here today
ter In our midst.
Mrs. Very and Miss Mamie Jones, of indicates that Admiral Dewey's home g
Tamlpa, spent a few days of last week coming is not very far in the future. a"
in our tittle village, the guests of the The brave commander has ,not inti- e
Mimes MiJey. mated to the navy department or to u
Tiwo ui our charmnng young ladies, the President that he desires a leave of
Mas Lilliau oAiley and Mi Jennie absence, but in a letter to a friend here
sasMs, lefa husus week for Tampa, he gave slight intimation of his de-
wanre suvy wili attend the County sire. The content of the letter was oe
.aorsmajoesoul iurute next four weeks. made known to thq President, who em
-u0u. "v. r. tilazn, wLo already owns 9uggeasted that the only thing In the
mucu valsualj pruoprty here, has pnr- wiy was tie fat t&hat Dewey was a w
casss"Mo &awlsNA, ao and is having menm-ber or the Philippine commission.
mueS work dones there. tOe work of %ahich will beof great imi- .
ALS UinVitatUse b eing lanued early in ftanlce and tbhir presence in the U&
the weSa for a -.Ueoaphical symbol Phillppines at this time was very f
pwh'"at ue bourM ut be Aises lley, necessary. 10
ais Were itmPssytitt1il krl~ay evenmg The appeatLion is that Bear Ad.
lwu somWm ls C nisn mDola would miral1 Walison will be iasn to Manilal in
15.AmongUenameg prominentno@ dafewdays, and it tdhhkeaea negotla. d
s, i se uesd wit an Ao on t-O-u move along smooly, WatM
m i cb aA n em anlieve Dewey durlhiats leaves of e

wb*freai seieii


A Big Phosphate Deal on Tapia- V
Items &bout People Who ACENTS FOR BUITTED .
Come and Go. A NS OR BUTT

L.tkelai.d, 1a ):.-"T-it e u t, Demo-,
cratic execCiAvti coasmuiALnte cuive. ed.
on WeJnesday of last week, in Birtiw
iad made the fllowi-g i eommeida-
thur Keen, vice R. C. Langford, Ft. A S
Meade; Thomas Bull, vice David a.
Lancaster, Chicora; Thomas L. Hughes, 4 .
succeeding himself, Bartow; A. B. Har.
rington, succeeding himself, Winter
Ha'en; Herbert J. Drane, vice W. B.
Bonaker. Lakeland.
TUB annual race meet of the Polk
County Fair Association will be held
on the fair grounds May 25 26. THE RUSH N
The Plant stem offers one tare fort-he
round trip from all pointsof the state.
and a large attendance is expected. All "
entries uldbe addressed to John Yesterday we had a crowded
Bossier, enclosiag $1 for the first race came here expecting great thing.
and 50 cents fe each additional race. came here expecting great things..
Mrs. J. F. Drane of Louisville, Ky., api. ad
who has bee yiiting baher son's family appointed. Perhaps some went a-
here, left for her home on Monday, ac-
oompanied by Ossian Drane, Jr. wait on. If you did not get what
A very largedeal in phospthate prop-
erty has about been consummated, em- today. Plenty of good bargains ai
bracing some of the largest mines in
Southern Florida, bsit particulars are goods find their way to our bargain
not yet made public. The new deal
will largely benefit Lnkeland. ter day.
Mr. 8.1. Weeks has moved his stock
of dry goods to the newly remodeled .
building in the Adams block. This as ______________
one of the largest buildings 1in the
county. .
Mr. J. Q., Adams has built a large new
livery stable on his lot at the corner of
Pine street and Massachusettes avenue. IS
The Lakeisnd charter has Vased
both housesof the legislature. yu will find some elegant
BIG HIPMrNT. Whie and Fancy Pi
Of Vegetables Going Forward. an- SwiSS, Pli audn
atee Sends out Fifteen Thou-. I dis, Foulard hnd-
ad Crates. White Goodsf e
From Tuesday's Daily. tion, Parasols8 a d \
To give a correct idea of the im-
mense amount of vegetables that are -
being shipped through this city to
northern markets, the Iribpne repor-
ter made a thorough investigation yes_
terday and liable to produoefacts.'
Te actua s hipmentp on toth the
Plant System and F. & P. & railroadss the Shoe question. No spea
Ineuding fremight and express from the ..-
Manatee coions aggregated a little cheap, shoddy goods wheni w
over fifteen thoman orates for the ,
week ending bettrday, fay.ftb. Thia made for thesame money A
shows a total shipment of over' 200 Y .
crate daily. = W -
Bot the Independent and Plait Hae
sae ruhinlg two steamer, the former
comingto the Tampa docks -and theA
latter to Peort Tmpa, where they are
loaded on the fat freight trains for /" U M
New York, ]Blitmore and Pllel- :, "- -- .' '. -T %f
above l e wfilt e largely facreased -.
dunnag t nhis ad next week. 'l, A
Th isto nearly double the amount a .. 7
that has ever been seat out from here L 4 H A AL i
during a corresponding period o f any
the beat VM have ever been realized. ,
S bLpp~eaa a rule ace very much en. .-.
couragedand the indteations point to" -
a Largely increased average next wmin-
ter. In ao part of thaistate have the
saipms'es bean so heavy ua me from

Be It sm4, to the hame and dinrace
of the eitlsens of Ocala, they have not
as yek mnde an organized effort to get
Whiter Agnew pardoned out of the
United tates prison for violating some
teohnictm.tlesa o the naetonsal .ank.te.
laws. There are not a dwen people ln We sell ENiasively kpe
the yprtc City who have ever done as Propeatgr o Orient !osrtgj

pe wheo hae hea the teeaelmarise. a aud&arwsanltaf3ftf3ijba tt'ie
hSs senj..t, and get ...ness .
ipapk inwevr HOp Vatlte and -
f he panqp hudnedae aewlwa* uieE m
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46-6 ftths way wart the
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m IN B er the, mu months i

ef t 0 a 1t aythng that Mbooms a
9mia as muck asseed roads.

If YM are not a ticyclist, you ae
not la the whir, as it were.

It has been often demonstrated that
pities make strange bed-fellows.
The liberal advertisers In the Tribune
are the ones that hsve bargains to of-

Florida tos using to the trout as the
soot psrgresalve and prosperous state
la te oauth.
A big political sensation is brewing
and when the grand Jury meets next
week, the people may expect something
ri, rare and racw

Jeile Wail wiB make the Sixth Judi-
cial cirt an ideal judge andthe bar
sad the pseoas are to be congratulated
upon 2la &O rppditt

S ood rod A a adeqt ee school
il04bg should be tbae war cry ot ev-
ry eithns who baM the good of Tampa
and I of Bouth Ftorda at heart. .
4.----- ,
Preparations are being made to have
Beenth avenue paved from the Tbor
City box factory to Twenty-second
street. It should be done by all means.

The good road movement is extend-
Ing over the entire county of Dade; al-
though Dade coult7 is one of the last
to secure a large number of emigrants,
she can boast of many miles of smooth
rock road.
The Tribune hopes to see Tampa
make big preparations towards a
Fourth of July celebration. There is
no reason why thA city should not
have an immense crowd of people here
on that day and make the event a red
letter one.

"fs.lida has more charming summer
resorts than any state in tLe 'Union
and ULe peotpic our ocn astaid Eteim
to 'be ignorant ou l Chis fact- Taere a-re
places In this state that are ideal*e-
sorts for summer recreation and tar
superior to those further north.

The 8ix eie Creek road has been fin-
Ished from that point to 22nd
street and It certainly makes an ideal
deifwgy. When Tamaa> gets a few
-Mfi-steets peered and some of the
outlying distrhls are connected with
good paving.. ttds will b ne of the
pmt P ..adive cities in the entire

Jacksonville and a few other Florida
Cttes are esMr to rmeve the capital
from .TaHalassee. Pensacola Is Sahb-
fag o a eaptfs of far different sore-

s" s es and the report trade, the capi-
tal that halida rallreads, etc. When
S gets it .the other capital may go
where tIt wL-Pebsaoola News.

"' e rn.g 3ty TImes cals the bill
ntatroduced into the legislature t' ep-
resentative Clark regulating publica-
tinn in newspapers ai "a bill to snasle
Sthe. rss," and further remarks that
newspapers. as a,.general rule, do not
attack the character or any onwth-
at jast eausse. sad the public may be
'"padted if It. ls with suspicion up-
Sna iegislatoss who'favor such a meas-
A .

brifant victory won by Dewey
asd the Amierlean fpet a year ago Mon-
i 'dly wIlmwo ys fAgure among the great
naval acMements of history. At a
sse haoud i;tS p the name which.
ta^ ff~ h "w Me 4ly one of
- anyan not dtt-n shed above
those of his felow-aloers a lousehold
^ueetr tiaoMgBo-t Americav and a name
f (the *firt note, threoghotit me world.
thai ac-Chievemntt. Dewey was
mouth after month In a astua-
L'th= wOt .tytng kind, one that
l ta the ~edgment. the skiU, the
ftsn9 t-1W. .tne-rv' of the ablet of
RPOM e B stood the-test mag-

iu MOORNw M respect of
which Ia'NeymO the




Babies and children need
proper foo d, rareldy ever medi-
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
help to get their digestive

UW W tf popiw TEsf8 W L SSGM

wI general y crred tthis

f you wl putfrm one-
fourth to half a teaspooRM
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you wiH soon see
a marked iqnrovemen For
larger chldren from haO to
a t poo according to
age, 'ssolved in their milk
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish-
ing power. if the mother's
milk does not nourish the
baby, she needs the emul-
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother

and child.
s- sad $.0s s1 druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists New York.

The decision not to partiuon China
will be very gratifying news to the
many nervous people who feared the
No matter what the report of the be-f
court of inquiry may be. it has already
created a very bad taste in the- na-
tion's mouth.
H. C. Groves has just been appointed
postmaster for Ocala. The appoint-
ment has been daily expected for the
pa4 ten days. iMr. Groves, It is said.
is eminently qnalifled in every respect
for this position.
Admiral tDewey declares that all the
alleged til-feeling between himself and
Admiral 'Diedrichs was manufactured
by the newspapers. This would seem
to give Captain Coghian opportuni-
ty for a few more explanations.

CoL Henry Watterson is now credited
with saying that he cares nothing'for
either thegplatforms or the candidates,
as what is now seeded is another dei-
ge. Cf course the friends of the col-
oe are anxlouy hopi that the
country will not construe this language
to mean the crl of a true-blue Keu-
tuoklan tor water.

Jacksonvllie metropolis: Deputy
United States Marshal MtcCormick
brought to the city this morning P. A.
E. Burrell, the postmaster of Hudnall,
Putnram county, who Is changed with
the theft of a watch from the malls.
The matter was reported by the post-
offce oflicals when the watch was sto-
len, and the Investigation resulted in
the arrest of the postmaster.

A glance in the contents otf the ilus-
trated magazines for May reveals the
fact thattthe men who wielded the
sword In the war with Spain are exer-
cising a lisedegree of energy and skill

In ending the pen to describe the par-
ticular deeds 'connected with that con-
flict in which they themselves partici-
pated or of ohich they have speteal
knowledge. Adniral Sampason, for in-
stance, tells from his intimate-kaowl-
edge of the facts the story of thec
blockade and destruction of Cervera's
fleet;'Hobson has told us about the
etcinlg of the Merrimac; Colonel
Roosevelt has ,described the capture of
San Juan Hill; General Wood is de-
scrtbing for us what has been do e for
the better government of Santiago, an.d
the fleet captains ofder Sampson arc
giving us in specific detail thicr s '.'-,e
andl.Impressions of ihe gr-eat s-n .,:it
o f Santiago. We have not 0hi E .
rr.uch in the magazines as yet about
the battle of Manila, but that it will no
doubt come in Lime, and when it does
It will -be very interesting reading. And
vwe think It wHl be generally tcognla-
ed that a feautre of all these articles
9s the creditable absence from them of
the spirit of vainglory or boasting.

Headache, BilIousness,

an 1on,04a. ness,

cod. Bt, r. -the
, b_, .bet ite tob.r _

Leesm rg Commercial: If Jackson- NOT IOO
vUlle Intends to become the state cap- "
ItoL here is what she may, expect to Under and. s1
do: pay all cost of removal of the re- A. D 1, bylno t Ba
cords and archives, donate the requl- Judge of tthe Cot Coo
site grounds and put up a capitol build- ted Htae5. In snd f
ing to cost not less than 1o.00.00. And gDistrict o"f lb h
inm a aeis911 e 111
even i t she agrees to do all this, Oit. derasm sdtL. A. O'mE
Flagler may go her flve better and of- the Boothern ata 91
fer to build a $600,000 capitol in St. Au- 14A5 Aasocato Odf'Att
gustine and ,Mr. Plant may follow V, t W. martow I
with an offer to squander a million In oMinnie 'A .Puni A '. .
behalf of Tampa. dore cOrtppers an adl
Sarwe defendants I. ie
Avon Park Idea: It is rumored that Special 2Oastes. hall a
Batow isow is now to have a starch factory tins expmo fb le
With a rice mill. room factory and now Hotse doorof thiorbmi
With a rice mtll broom factory and now City of Tampa. Contr o
and Polk county friends will get so Florida. dning the ho
stiff and stuck up, that they will not 1sl ,o thearkly.In
notice their less fortunate neighbors, wit:
But we ,nevertheless, congratulate Lying and being in tis
Bartow on her good fortune, and hope it;L o F)orSINO
she will help us toward getting a rall- Ke*nndry.
Aoad so that we can come up to the Heights, a map of Ad i
metropolis of Polk county, and see the Wg duty 85e
elephant, buck the tiger, ride the goat cotrds oBoeSki Ioh a
and otherwise enjoy ctCy life. er with all amsr las
# heredo-u ts a sad
(Episcopalians have decided upon thereunto ehltngluaw s
founding two orphan homes tI On Cha. u rts.p MNApe a
A few miles out of the city of ant B ta t h tod ofslana
Clara, on a tract of 500 acre, there are Ogr., fI
vast buildings, which formerly com- .
praised an egricultiural college, and in OO1P=
anad around them ate aId to be agri-
.oultural implements to the value of YOTKZC O3F UNs
MO.OBo or more. t2o great plant has
bee offered, without cost; for the pur- dam re r en
Jose of caring for chldrenkof reeon- aran A. O i nSiS
centrados and of Cuban leaurgents Luoad, Judg of the C
who lost their lives in the wpr. Is a the UnitOedltat I _d
good part of Havana a hoe 100 feet.esttn e e
square is offered for $30,000 and an Andersn haldt A. O0
Episeopal church woman has the nu- of the OUtherm iMata
cleus of an orphanage, Punds are now Loan Aseoclation of Aid
raising to convert both of these places plainanta, and Ctirrie IA
Into orphanages to be under Protestant Johnson. (Henry I KnI
Episcopal dlrection.-Jacksonville Me- Jr., C. I Knht iad
tropolls. partners, etc., eder the
Knight & Wal. are
MABTER'S A.LE. Charles 9. Adams. a
shalh, t E Mip c auction,
Under and by virtue of a decree 01 and sell-for cash to the
sale rendered by the Honorable iarron before the Court Buse
Phillips, Judge of the Circuit Court o circumIt Court, in the Cit
the Sixth Judicial Circuit of the Mtate C*unti of Utolsoerh.7
of Florida. In and for the County Ot the hmows oft public ile,
Hllsborough, in Chancery, on the nana Junei 1th, A.. 1s56. a
day of April, A. D., 1899, in a certain real estate, to-wit:
cause wherein Rome Chaulberlain is lying and being I
complainant and ouder M. PatneL beeg l o utn
al., are .defendants. L George P. Ran- Lot number six (6) of
ey, Jr., Master in Chancery, will sell at o6), Of Clars1 ubdivislg
pbllc outcry ,to10 the highest and Oeat of lot four (4). sect4oan
bidder for cash. within the legal hours tow h twenty-nine, a
of sale in front of the Court mouse eighteen east. a zwoi ,
door, in the City of Tampa, county 01 ion beihteen recorded In
Hllsborough, State of Florida, on the slon bein3 rS at Ir
5th day of June, A. D., 1Mw. thie same anorid 4 s.t begilshor
being a rule day, the Tollowing re1i es- Floridat A sl et
tate. situate in the County of 15s- the west Ibm bl
borough, State of Florida and more. Clarke's siLbdivison ofI
particularly described as follows, to-f lot four n section t
wit: The west half of Me west har ot s0 P 'wenty-iOn 0-.SOut
the southwest quarter of the northeast teen, aceorditag to the
quarter of section one (0), township Bo H, on pages 32 as
twenty-abne (39), south ef range twen- or ch County.lo
ty (20) east, containing ten (1u) acres feet south of the nortBF
more oe ltes. Also a strip of land ad- said block, thenC runs
Joining the above tract on the west oe- west line frty-two tf
tIng seventy (70) yards wiie. east ana east eighty-tix hat to I
west, by thirteen and sIxty-eight one of saM bkwoft, tMhence r
hundreds (13 68-100) cans long, two fee theses run w
north and south, in the sttheast cor- feet to place of btegnm
ner of the southeast Quarter of tme with. all and d r t
northwest quarter of seettn ,towunWE bere tllinios -&M
and range atoresaid containing tou thereunei eagnssg. w
acres more or ess AJso the north mna pertalnhAgannd almo a
of the southeast quarter OC te south- tie. Innsest and elait
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tag said decree therein renaereo. c. Uaugt-J,.
Dated at Tampa, Farda, this -the cns. W. IB. lh
28th day of April. 'A. 1, .ML thels uafe
(3ORGE3 P. H& kL, J theJmtVtes tU
Master In Chaacery. m uaAer the
C. C. WHITAKzR. the Stan 1
Solicitor tor OWpoInant. Fi-s. The--
msha he the 1
SHRirrm SAe ad taxoas
be in the,4ft
Under and by virtue of a certain exe- HU1 sn31I I
action issued out of the Circuit Court M ,IOother
of Hll-sborough County. State of For- da a. the.f
Ida, in a certain cause wherein. Julia hWa '*ter des
A. Proseus isn plaintiff .and J. W. Wil- ecod.'Otb
llams and B. Drumight, partners. business toe
doing business as Williams & Drum- co-luctunw eM
right, are defendants: dated the third hotel or hotei
day of May, A. D., 1899; I have levied agesteam he
upon and will sell at public putcry on water crafts;
the flint Moonday in June. A. D.. 18s, houses 41"a
between the legal hours ot sale, the ol- said compan
lowing described .property ,to-wtt:-A estate shallU I
certain steam laundry buiding sit lt Sage reai ests
on the following described real estate, viduaei. Tre
to-wit:--tarting on the southwest have ny or a
corner of lot three (3) of blook eignteen business, nece
(18) according to the general map of Ing out of Its
the town of Tampa, and-run thence Third. The
northerly along east side of Tampa shai'e five
Street seventy-five (7o) feet. thence eas- to be divided
terly parallel with Cass street seventy hundred dollar
(70) feet, thence northerly parallel with ty-flvee lbufr
Tampa street thirty (30) teet, thence oatita s tock
easterly parallel with Cass street tthir- ba e to be
ty-five (35) feet, thence southerly and be asd from 4
parallel with Tampa street one of directors
hundred and five (rO feet, thence The said ca
westerly parallel with Cass street to creased here
the poict of beginning, being An Hills- may be deslre
borough -County, State of Florida, to- Fourth. Tb
gelh-a-r r. ith all the boilers, engines, and ment of this
machinery of every kind and nature date of the
whatsoever. situate In said building, patent, and it
together with three (3) wagons, and tJn for thet
two (2) head of horses used in said Fifth. The
business. Said property to be sold on tlon shall be'
the premises as above described, and vice-president
the said property being levied upon as Wey, tr9st5
the property of the defendants, and to 1shal be sieth
satisfy this execution. The of5ts
T. K. SPENCR, Sheriff. first yro
JOHN C. WHITE, Atty for PLfiff. beseitdhm

Knight, Join
All persons having claims against the pL A. Cowe.
estate of Thos. C. Collins deceased, are puiier Mnd J.
requested to present same properly au- SIxth. .b
thenticated to the undersigned within debtedn s as
time prescribed by. law, or they will etKatlOd a
be barred and declared null and vosid e Rsall.N
J. D. SPENC R, .
Afisnitstra4or of said estate.

Pt the
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0* Axt in- Vwe R Bad Humo
_e-- As- Intertained Tha
Srios. Vprising Will

bsotMS'ROe. May 3.-(Spec
TM zmg R Indtan reserve, aB
1bw (li rnwsL Huntingdon cc
Qe". vma th e .ceneof a wild rio
moe durtarg which t f er
,N XeF, i warrltr, w*as

&j it are taiow in dunUtl

"Maws at two others.
,m olmt iF the br6ast
-J&F yW" shot tbroug
sse a dseperate trip
Eg men to two hundr
.. nB ssy odds, but th
rhat the shots had hi
effist and andeoied th
F together. the peollceme
I Rettmi the prisoners
nr se Beaver and they
of haram way.
If'shaOflt'lb regarded
Sof grea trouble. Tl
t, 'Wr,.stronply on the
raseen,' eei rfvees Inite
w threw years, as ft Is
IhXan aet. and the ms
If'*sW teitemL Haviws-
-n' mvef catrw an eleetlow
vfAiU'hnd are nronp
titirfeirence by whites li
ks abote 1.000 IndiansI
I ersNvtion. and s*nvthl
if trouble will receive a
from bAd Indians and
A Are said t v he numers
Wling .Atnnrtsan reerve
adilan Indian1s aprt tht
MtWfwoutl havp been
.uIt for the agitation c

p nOle. -kl T sohrs Tn,
A i-fu-Zlteiv necesar,
Pe.hfI won. heraos- in
tFn f*f Tstlit" tv-,
iMBr ha*" am wonuld
Salso1ed t+ nrlannpe-
w6oh have m-nrI-rpc-

thea- i4im+ tbI- 'RAw- s-hit-

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Otbs Concernling' Crew of Yorkctown- a VLUUU I N
Wmahington, Ay L--(peclaL)--The..W gton, Ma.y.." -
N fowig cablegram was received at" lau-s lani Captrt s al. G wa, ts U.
e war department'at midnight day of the release y the .
Ma May --Adjtanl General cn Troops a eouig 0Tecomn ,so atom e.Chome
Wachlngton. I, st of prisoners In Iands, of a nat.ralfmed Asnese-- cid-
ba.ndsiat iunsfent jus t received --e .. naed edm. h--el*d- a a *' J
IBI F how ie a" d o eve enlist AMERICAN ARMY IS r oADVANCIN f war since last .
) ed men navylost from Yorktown and MERICAN ARMY I ADVANCING 'e .EW.
six enlisted men army, three of the six -al- n e rlle andirepresents a Sa*t
rand wrogfloly arrested in January before Major General Lawton is pushing Francisco firm there. ae vows 4M PW i U'._
hostilities commenced; all reported to
tt be doing weilL Besides the above, twvo With His Ca pan R~gdlens wosAmericganand expressed s mon after. ..
t mw ae o With His Campaign Regardless -AMtC p after t^ ^
men in hands insurgents, South and of the Peace Proposals. for the Americangovernment. H wa
CsVt.Rookfeller still unaccounted fur. arrested handheld prs.

SaManila May 4.-(Specla.)-Maj r Ba l News travels slowly from thse Cao-a
o? RCD I A TO OV E. rI with ELsquad of sout. has captured lines, and t wasome ime ore the
__ the town of Macabebee, about four San Fianclsco firm h of t he..
miles May Meet Disaster If Rough Weather miles southwest of Calumpit. The peo- prisonment of its agenL It notie the o.the o.
unty. plIe rang be lls and shouted "Viva! .state department and this government se byt p_1 A
t t id s Encountered. oer the coming of the American. ted the British government to th a agg
Chief -e- The American armly is now employln use its good offices to secwu M ende's p tuylaa
SMot Santiago de Cuba, May 6.-- peiaJ. M tcalbebees instead of Clnaaen. They release. The British Ambassador to sp'esatS,
were -The former Spanish cruiser Relta are delighted to get fifty cents a d, Spainl presented the se to
Four Mercedes, which wa outo in the chan declaring their loyalty to the coteri-he aniab government, which, a t S
nel of Santiago harbor during the born- cansBshort time ago. ent l stro uons to the t
'Major General Lawton is advancing. C!aolines, direction the release of the IO Sf a e o
marl- b e.vitCn t by Admiral Sampa&ons fleet He has organized a aend o c forty o American. tey-a h .
band on June 6, and which was recently rais- scouts to go ahead of the column. The p c o f a Ma
allw ed, pumped out and brougiet to thi band, which i under W. M. Young, an or Ot M n RECORD the Gfltilil02
Whe ciaty for repair, left her moorin to- old Indian fighter, who tilledfive PhFill-.e d r b t "m
fam-day, and was towed to the center of plos last week Includes Diamond, Har- of Exports of A.mer can Manufaoture AS llSrUai AJw-l 1
were Tshe hia or, i readiness to start for rington, Bomerfeld and Mturphy, of the Reached Dur ing Moth ofo e Marcho- b h sat
S 'f newportr News, as soon aas the towboat Second Oregon regiment.ot e
[ndann arrives. General facArthur has sent officers -- Cuts iu _loof
, Some practical navigators predict a to F ena. fntono Lu, the Flupino e md of Amegan loatmbur t a I m a
treat repenton of the disaster which, hefell c der, under a flag of truce, ear- am reached their highest so ie h~ f1
Is t tn la Teresa while on her rying moneW an d provions for A.nerl- inahh aourdi to the atitin t ada
S wa- p north Ilf roghn weather should be can prisoners in5his handis,and asking the tresury department. ltv sC brT l it liMt~
l enoo tebed, but the RetWa Mercedes an exchange of prisoners and the the goods sent d id w aMs Or
orl a looks as nIf he were seaworthy. names of such as he may have. more than N per cent.i n eS5 e sOr
, after a It Is reported that the insurgents preceding month. apoerts averSag.
S OM N l OTl. havy two officers and sixteen ,tr, m ore than a million do S for ac h tha
d ev- Nose,- agad 1, tu aOfB m Hose, who men of the crew of the gunboat ora-. merits ta brod faverseI oa
the aMngton, May t rtat J C.ad e leen eh b business darinto
od at e I. d s. win t-da y Wfuish e oft lls i month, when the e- t b hr il ,ave months of 1n Re s.
wm v da me. s his- moth- eachbusiness dar. Wea'stl HI theU lod-
lb b r- e 's tnen of either murder or- mooetthosh sgbraicltursl 5sgsmt5 = lived M]mw
7, &W reP Will Be Protected In Nicaragua By the fDthe uprIeag e m d t i
Iee a nIv~am WI A CAPM. Presence oaan o r, er formed more than one-third of the ervams fno w
-n---- Washington, May 4- Lpecl)-oAa atotai foreon WsnmllarOh. In the ties g dress
ed ovannah Pilots lr Capt. W rest of General Trre 'oresve fiscal yewr 17, m urea urs- the w aoa s
tOlee n of of the *Transports. conduct toward Ameriean merchants ed 2 Ltper cest. oe the total exsportes. entosyrin
Ito M.- trading at Bluefieldo, Nicaragua, to, -while the figures far Marah 15 Slow' peseenoss wu~ 'l.a w
s su- From Savannah News: government has determined to require ma"nTacturesa to have formed 31.. oar hU1 the 1M fA
n de- Capt. P, S. Warner, superintendent the Niciraguan government to reLieve cent. of the totai foreign bustnesq of tho he . c bll.
ad and of the transport service for the govern- him from duty at that point. the month. The exports were per msgunbt m
Sa mont, has been presented with a hand- It is the understanding of the officials cent. in excess of the imports of msnu.- t heldh"s s i h .
stn SIms token of their esteem by the pl- that a demand has already been sub- factured goods. while fonre t nine pkded h0ri ,
S lots or Savannah. Since he aa hSbeen mitlled for the punishment of General months ended March 31. 1IS. the ex-- rifl ags B slu
Ad. to In charge of the transport service be- Tonres, aod no doubt exists that the n',rt of manifactur-s amounted to ued the spatshr,
be re- tween Savannah and West Indian Zelaya government, to show its friend- I ttI2.8M. 1. against 1194W. 9M worth fo ip to BA 9 th
d the points, Capt. Witner has been rather ship for the United States, will take | rr,'rt _0-ne of th- mest Interesatlng the t. I a oass a -
Sclosely associate with the pilots of rthe proper action. It is proposed by the points disclosed by the statement of the lIver or ba e tj
akd e port. and they have grown to admire authorities to keep the Detroit at Blue- treasury d,-art.-rnt Is that more than It n ed hardly be *t
ahe a and like him immensely. A handsome fields to enforce respect and to pro-vide one-haf of the exported manufacture which ma on It io 1
diamond watch charm now testifies to protection to Americans until the con- went to the great manufacturing con- ordered nrael&l 8
oflalf the feeling they entertain for him. troversy has been settled and there Is tries of Europe. The tomi saMi


to the The Confederate Veterana of Camp WARNNG. t Criminale Cot srt Yeterday-Bes 2 fo 3 '
ere LoringWilGoVia the Plant It having been brought to the notice makable Showing for the Term- portent fetium=r4w&"
the the Tampa Board of Trade that cof- brovait to the fr-nt 4 `wm
he In- their endeavors to Prevent peaceable A *u -A *c reason to bellows t A
ques- Tampa.Fla-,Apri?8,9. women from performing their duties a hrs an t
tad Of To Confederate Veterans:- In the factories and are endeavoring to n-- o othor mn In the3t,
called As you are aware the annual reunion organize strikes t certaIn factories, to From Friday's Dairy. or so-me- e tM e l
jorlty of the Confederate Veterans will take the detriment of the business of the The county criminal court held a kept In reo .y
twice place In Charleston, S. C., Mayt ltS 10 city. brief session yesterday morning for the by having it rally Aa M
tthey 13th inclusive For this occasion the The action of said agitators in c- purpose of finishing up the work of the now govem nor, ad the
to re- variou railroads throuhout the cc-un- demned by the business cmruritE term. Twt cases were disposed oft. T'te centWer In, and radiem
Sthelir try have authorized a very low rant, of and they are hereby warned -o d-sitot charges were similar In (both cases. Gay. Uleni-n, 'e
one cent per mile each way for the and If said agitators do not desist they Hilton Turner, the firt of tb two exhausted a n the hi
In the round trip. Ticketes from Florida will be arrested and severely punished that was tried, plead not ilty to the would avslIntA l-rlike
Ing, In points will be sold May sth, 9tlh anda J. B. ANDeRSON. President. charge of forgery. S. B. Turman ap- been aoM l 0eINry
he, 10h wth final OmIt Mwy 31st. H. CU-NrNGHAM, Secretary. peared In his defense. The evidence governor. United Stated aM
We have investigated tne senices of- Tanma, Fla., 1.May 4, 19. showed that he had been an employs eral comptroller and gower
"I on tfered by the different raiirtads, and # s h of -the Plant Investment Como ann aI Although he Is not &n id i
. Jn we find that the Plant System operates BIS.MLARCK-iS IRON N-ERto Po-rt Tampa that he had taken his w me no longer be terraedri you
nt the two trains daily via buth Sanford, Pa- checks and raised the amounts to a he really want to rette I
tied latka and Jacksonville and via Went Was the result of his splendid health tonslderable amount more thn they l fe. t -
f the Coast Lrine Includingctkets rom FclaorInd omitable willret and tremendoyused, thtcalled for. The jury found hiss gtulty His name has ofte.ha
o g a t ine soas ll e and R'eSt tha Id tremendous eEpt and Judge Carter sentenced im to a for the Uni edStteS-e
a- oueh to eve airleston the eie oin ergTare ot found where Stomach, term of two years in the penitentiary. can be said luk s
m operating regular through trains be ier, Kidneys and Bowels are out of C. H. Dve s was charged with the vedy. th at Govr. 4A 1
. n tween Florida and Charlelston. Re- order. If you want these qualities and same offense. After hearing the fate aversesto goingtopre
fw turning they will also h o e dan d the ucc Th rin r oc his companion he changed is plea hMrs. Bloxham share t
trati n t from Charlon Ia osfasthe bre u D of s ndea o0n guilty tou tha of haully. The one winter in W.h=- -
h~v- points. Train leavittg Flrdai Ne& Life Pills. They develop every judge thereupon pronounced on him fatal to him. The foact ba
eel am., arrives at Tamn a 7 tudp owu er of brain and body. Only 25 at sentence similar to that of Turnmrt Iliorida climate, there hi's

Re. thig as tLe line for tb-ic a.pcom inoda- .ea nOTfER STRIKet tor P. 0, Knight he stated that iurIng hs las he to colds asnd-hroa
clan.u t rain leave Tamnpa, S. a m the present term fifty three cases had that durlBr the wintr st
oman via Wtea Coast Line. 11 a mt via Sbei- lan Been Dneclared at the Factory of been tried of Wi -h resulted In con- number and thaclpene- fe.IW.
ford and Jackson hlle, t.37 p o. via oe rgu.lic, tOlwnt & t Hes quactton and sns. one ahruittaL th e are sbtoiects of "tirtio l 0
both Sanfoird and Jackoonvle and nstateo d also that the actual lime coo- those who are-thrown ^,t
JLteesburrg, Orayl. Oalnesohale. etc. The From Fritahs Daiu. ofumed in t-itog all these coecs was 9 The democrawicnt in W
amrpa delegation expects to leove Another Lfetois trtei occdeeld yver- hours Thin reason reoaoable doboieg therefore. needs a' ;4
,egjs- Timpat 11 a. m. May 9th, arriviong at erday among the c.sarmskcen The so demonsir-lel teOLd question the far a head, who cast 4
Sht.arieston heat morning aat- o'clock, p mplowes bai .body. Lopez at deoneteneo r aiir to critinat"-our r oriflimn ef the-eo ,'
M afr. Wn V. Ltfsey, divisin passengers Bro., factory to the number of onc hun- M L-EY'T JuMO N eLXR a teh he poltoci anst
arg. has agreed to a place on this rai ox- l nreasooole demands woe soot n A Pesanwth L on T onic, -a me P.e t er
-W. is-a coaches and sleepers srfaiconot to plied aith and walked tnt The.re.Kon Alht he saedtt Tonlc n baes he to co r; .
slat- accommodate all. Trains leavi Tm- for their- quitting is said to be even Foreseioterm on netpe casea hap tatc ywy*f, toe ane af
leg- pa 8.f a. m. goatng via Wee a. ast, more trifling than the one that caused endictl. ^ resulten c sn sMe h nr oade I
ora- Leesburt'. Ocola sod n liev.,ie will the strike s l the -hor, Manrara & t. or indigsto sick ad. n ervos cal ooe. ltsio o San a
cells connect with the train viacSanford and factory., aor d tio the at d te- c a- thoe

one Jacksonville at Waycroes where It is It is a well known fact that these len leepleae neounes ad a derded
desired to consolidate the two parties me nare as a rule better paid than any Fheart. llure. n one md s deded me .j V

*s ss'^^ ^ ^Ts^ heart =uremrt^*~w* Dess. s'u~ik~r a ~g ahm. l
I ill M Mtointo Charleston under one ban- other c wanof Workmen In the country For fever. chi lls, debluty and kid- Gsog.ot the e
mtles nor. Cars will be fitly decorated and who work the same number of hours ney diseases, take emn lr, manage there po&I-*.
S everything done to make the trip an and it Is worse than foolhardy for them Ladies for natural and thorough or- plie of Il ? wanw t
aev- eWoyable and pleasant one. Camp to take advantage of a temporary gaol cregdation tabkeLemonm TElIr. ftmi M p t't
anne. Lori_. th ,rough Us-itog offl c arity of workmen and use their em- Dr. Moalem ys Lemon.Eltxir Isprepar- r.- ia"SMCP r
wt arss desk-es to extend a otesrdaIinvlta-ploters in this manner. Itntsso- ac- ed from the ju sha ofeaofsI
tion to other lodges throughout the tions as these that forces tle manuftc- combined with other vegetable lr ly be as
Stine to join us In our trip Lt will be turern to form trusts for self protec- toniMs, and will not ta yoUtMS anY bUlpous neo, a
Sa pleasure for us to travel together, omn. There are times when strikes ace of the above named diseases, t innG.*pwj "C"
e I. andI I shall be glad to har from you Justdlfltthut this is not one. N ore- $1.00 bottles at asll druggists.
to know fou desire to so; also kInd- duction In wages has been attempted Prepared onl hy- Dr. HI -Monleyw
per- ly stae In your latter If you desire neither have the employers demanded Atlanta, Ga.
ti; te sleep car. wT- odattons, or coach more hours. The denmad of the work-
porn- seem whsalus so that as'rasgementa men is a foolish oneatend they ought AT TNN CAPITIP.% Bishop 2Hind
Scan be miade accordingly. Seeping car to be glad of an opportunity to with- B I ; am in my in ___t-- ar s ytl e w
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ rueam in may saSenpe-do-drw i ndgt ak owokentY-thi5-d ~,Md719 mania.IM wei
.* ble ratft.to 'ha" eston am$&O5ew dou- draw. it and.getback to work. for fifty years I havucw-ne a areat Mt- in 'the lost IsgNLz
, tle b e r t h T w o p e o p le c a n o eta t-yc e re f r ao i n e t o n c o n a ,tipna ,"n .-6 ,
same berth without additional cost, VOLANIC .RU PTION and billousnes. I have tried &Ai-t
*dre- Propat-ewRa* rates from other points. -eua
-remmedies advertised for them ,h&1M% m, uI-wa b
at. Itdeskd dm- tJake coach-drng c ay Ar e grand, but Skinr eruptions rob and got no permanent dres to Aw tes
.. andespsseper only at night, there- i atllo Bklen's Arnicaa lve ney year o o, thede' Ana Sat
by redusung maspses. cures them, also OKdRunnlng and Fe- ore sve andago. the
,So Mtker W-.. ifs or mself will he ver ores Ulcers, Bols, Felons, Corns cai e v7ery weak, -andIos desk ru I-MpO zi .w
a "glM to. fnh& you any fartlherintsor. Wart%.Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Icommenced using Dr. MEWS hA u 5 t
mvn al everdbWth te armangemeMts. -
mab0 o to J ~r ffa you, we am(Ihegpd JHannd, Chilblains. Best Pile 0on '01'"r. I gained twelve e in.
hor onearh Dive ou Pans ndthree months, Igoy KrelaU i Ad besfth -a
R 9wt e D o n my appetite and df.W ,o ern Vwsb
AM B. WALTON, Commander. Aches. 013" N mts a box. Cure guar- Perfectly restored, and no I redt as,
n.t..eed.Sold by S. B Leonardi & Co., You gand vIgorosJoa e MR did
m If you-" haveles sPure them. No Druggists. mY life. L J. ,4Tfj-W a-d
m auper-Ins fDoor-keeper Ga. Statstats, v'
=m. awns brribmState Capitol, At anta, 0a.
tMr that siM kenov the results of the A WORD TO CYCLISTS

-1lgt ra 4121tultigS^ .^g wi^
ith disease et dstubaqg the. dsseae
d. 5m,-. -, Pa eeya~rconfidlence in De- We have secured the services of Mr. Is the very beet m'edIcne I ever used-
WUMs ,l1'kWitch..- M Satlver It has nev- Was. Cooper, and expert in the bley- for the diseases you n- -,tl It ohe
a 4, ip my S It.. wn. n' taCo., ale.asine dandare peared to re-" -and I have used May knd f or. the t
Sllb-1dthite la,.Sl +,yof'pa=.np Dlmond PaIr all kinds of bleycles. We also man M trSt.b" .s.
l'b .ofarty Cltr. have for rent a fine lot of new nigh Salem, N.C.
- -. '- grade wheels, and amre sole .... ""for
RAdM =i TOae L^MIIL.the tamw ifanarel wtieels. If you MMIiffyg L pnaong L
X... Y.". want to rent, buo, or- have you wheel G! e al C1oughC, ws---"i"
promptly anod cparlpy repaired L"ian Sit' Thoa,
an-d M'muOa &m,.h h end aat & "CO. ._.-"-,..- --
ba hd at Nu sho S4:.
-9 *,4- MIZOM-fo in .....e TrM -e dft th.

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S- Iore the municipal Court at the A Big Fishing Record Made By Mrs.
Pond y m oram Matinem. State Legislators Wrestling With stagg-Other Xatters of Minor
Bills on Second Reading Importance Noted.
Judge Graham's Monday morning St. Petersburg, May 7.--Mrs. Baum
i and interest to the CAPITALQUET CONSIDEREDi t ofoo Gets Health In the Spring by Taking Pa
large crowd in attendance. The long rad6.
list of alleged law violators inceoded There is a Strong Feeling in Favor Mr Stroger. who recently bhughb
t Mr. StoCelery Compound. g
hose from the highest to the lowest of A lowing it to Remain Where the corner lot next to the postoflice, y p
a h thtions in life. it Is-Compromise Talked of. is excavating, and will build a large
e e in which most interest was __ frame building with three storerooms
centered was the big row that occurred e d-
rid t r a o Tallahassee May 8.-Special.--Noth- on the ground Iloor.
,n- Fi.d.y atr.... in aho to d i gof very great imp ortance occurred Judge J. D. Beli of Hawthorn has
tillse. S ad e Willianu t e prop ri etress, in g J u g e D .. B ell. Rr . . .
S am e otei in either branch of the legislature to- bought Mrs Dunn's pinery and grove,
4*a d itrited their, bone o nf the d'y. The greater part of the time was and has movaeddown and taken posses-
rday morning, and Judge Graham spent in getting bill:; through on sec- sion. Judge Bell was one of the most
ad ordered their rearrest. ond reading. valued citiz ns of Alachua, and is
The other two who had been arrested The removal of the state capital to heartily welcomed by the people of St.
i or participating in the fracas gave Jackoonville that took on such a big Petersburg, a
iUlta meeasW. A. HickWoo and D.W. boom last week has simmered down St. Johns Presbytery has elected
EweI1J Te chargee against them wonderfully. Tthe JacKsonvill boom. Rev. I. M. Auld as its :ommissioner
W"- fight and the appearance of t e ere have about all departed either dis- to the General Assembly, which meets
two meal t at the face waancudleent gusted or well satisfied that their in Richmond, Va., on the 18th instanSt.
idiCal es t thate charge were well friends in the legislature are able to The obampion tarpon killer of the
minded. Thehatl th a fded guilty. Thwe pullth"ill through without their as- West Coast is a woman. Her name is
1 al4e. hawevs, was not satisled with Distance. Mrs. Stagg of Tarpon Springs. Hear-
hd j 0 int resolution that was intro- ings of the large schools o tarpon at
thi crsadisnteas of the row e du6ed early last week by F.ank Clark Pass a Grille, St. Petersburg's coass
the lrotae f thI row. and os which some very eloquent resort, sh steamed down there in her
A1 ese of tn woman tastifled, it speeches were made was referred to tb private ycht, and in two days safely
l - otherte ttwoa'hik1 and s TXlte Will-
ao. The former, It was ol amed committee on constitutional amend. landed thirteen tarpon. She did her
T e f m er, a of ths e omerts S in oe e e that tie ot a wrd artistic work with a rod and reel.
Atie Susie on sthe, s o off the foot
whe rettly 0ffendad her. She re- has been mentioned in regard to the Sportsmen here say this feat beats all
mened the issutt. by trying to stab mittee, although Mr. Clar ai k is chair- previous records.
Hibes in the face with a pin. Failing man of the committee. What the The school board has m ide the fol-
in he, she piced uip a oer gs and manng of all this silence is can only blowing appointment t for this shool fo e
eiet it $hrim. A he pushed aen be conjectured. is veryevidnt that the nxt term: Professor uger,
kie08e it, alt h im. As be pushed her u t in aver Mrseth thovat Mrs.
i aay 'fron' hlen hestumblet d aid fell something is out of order with the ma- picipal, and Mrs. Keagy, Mrs.
oWir u chiir. ul e and w chinery. Wilder and Miss Ethel Bachman. as-
over iiu That Jacksonvillewants the capital sistants. There is one appointment
wu a witeois of tle fracas, thought Th the

: r ;z n adl was get ting tb e wac worst of there isoo qucestioe. The fact that they yet to be made. O

f3 n for' ir. H tawley, whon w oas up necsary to erect ae suitable building, Palatka intends to e i a barrel
irat theme. en appeared is sufficient to convince the most a ry here to supply th fish dealers
a e m th- i appeared Ath t s it ises uimated that the St. Peters-
both of the womes were trying toirre skeptical minded on this point.C
i" i had a lamp chimney in The only outside talk thate bs en brg shippers alone will mue h5,00 bar
e n nie ha a tamp cJ emney in rels a yesr, it would seers to be a good
wha hs';i d .-so woa trsig to batte tr his hesrd since the bill tas eerreds is o fo t
rial t ut ics gt eW le a the question of a probable compromise. pothe arthich to locate g uhi to un-
d- snat her heels Over bead a tros the Thtis to allow thecap tal teo rem thainn dre k amol fs ab n y.
i. Hwer ee; ed 1in and demand- where It is and m,)e odr spremoecourt (lpian Toloo in tu h g a four-
S~0Iroks Why he had struck Willie and the railroad commission to Jack- Captain Tomlinmd is oavwnr a four
aiUcir t~ck s le.struc sill, Tet einchli artesian well iut down for irrigat-
decared it was none of his busi- e The trone argument that ing is extensive pitery. J.iD.Allen
s e.: &lOe teId eii net to do it honas been used in favor of the removal
a te of the capil is the v ery inadequate is doing te owork.t enoo.
Rice ther .:'rcudd i.e wlw ld triko building. It is entirely too small 'to SALIENT F'ACTS OF ,.AR.i}
i:8calev in''tevl of tle woman, which properly conduct all departments o Filipinos a kd Manila February
did. A livelI mix-up followed, legislative and supreme court business. .
i tr By giving up the supreme court and all l
Hicks, hut ts evidence and the ger- the departments necessary for this 'sor tan thiyhae ea n h
f i ,work. it is admitted that the building beoven fought.
lrb appearance of the crosd indicated would be amply large for leoisative Principal battles--anila, Cal ooc
tha"t h' laid them all out. M work. On the other badnit is a facts House
The evidence of one of the women that most of the supreme court work Malolos, Quingua and Calumplt.
.: rshwed that the liquor in the house was comes from Jacksonville and by hay- MaoArthur's northw:ard march kegan
ld hto the lquoests e og the court there it would be much
e. inj 3 dh to the guests, Judge Gra- more convenient for all concerned. March 2.
hM ntifled Ch.ef Woodward to inaves- The present week may inangurate Aguinaldo's army driven back forty
tigatfa the matter, and if such was the some new turn on the removal of the miles.
A t e sforcapital, t at present it looks very infles. --No time is so favorable as .March and nature seems- n willing to le
60 0 ster ue an much as if it would remain where it i. American los--Killed, 205; wounded, April for getting strong and well e a feeling of new strength is a fact. QU
WO&LMt liw ense. Susie Williams and ott,. 1,165. A throughly well person eats with best asasetance to- the srck and feeblea.n o e mos
Rica ware ea fined $1. and eue, BIG TAX RoewIPTS. Filipino loss (estimated' Three relish, sleep so wndly, works with zet, friends were usIg Pa Celery w wi 'lived
and without worry from morbid anx- Conr ound-the only spring medne
s- t, o. Tax Collector McMullen stated yes- thousand. iety as to the outcome of his efforts. tAt physicians Indorse, and intelligent w eoi
A-- ttoher case that attraMted onoider. terday to the Tribune reporter that he AmerIcan loss In parishh war- tf you feel you are out of health, farmiles in every communitybasecone qenenitly distressed by bead
-0- ite reom was that of three Jyoung had cellectel over forty thousand dol- Killed. 136; wounded, 1,711. strength. and spirits; If you show torelyupon tsthconfidence. ap
n:si Ji. F, Taylor, Richard P. Marks lare of taxes during the two months Transfer of Spain's sovereignty cost if ys u ane tlat feelLhg of lassitude ou te geat reae that I s tlm thes fbet o t
eaw Tildo ha b r- ending May Ist. This is a much larger $0,000,000. theA comes in the spring to those who placed upon Paine's Celery Com sands
f- e ridin Of ic clee after doua amount than was paid i during the axe out of health; if your blood shows bY the beat tnormed people d he r. e wo bee
ieltIeres ITh evidne now- eorreepondiig period of i4 year. He Senator Cliauncey M. Depew has the usual signs or lmpurity-Paine's was not slow In tski avs.e by ]Pa os
S 0111t tW noat qute dark ret when said that hi clerks were hard at work g iven the tip that the Republican cam- Celer Co(pound will turn you right- t re remedy hse ere is ess en iv t

OB0-ls far dreaaeeiss is protasity, saloon was the secene of a disastrous L. G. CONE, Manager. +
B .fB guilty aend afined $ and conflagration yesterday morning. The The notice of the police offers is .
fe. was first discovered about 9:30 a. elied to the fact that teamotis- dre-- -
rt arrested by a small frame building owned by menhack drivers and other most STS. Pnhg. .
S drk a do W.vo. Boyd ,and two doors east of his continually aldlowisg .ir tamons to i
rW .ii r &a bei. ior- saloon. There was some delay in send- stand on Franklin streetisthtuo lire General Livery and Transfer +w
a d Co at -Iig to the alarm and when the fre de- hitched. It is a common occurrnce for Business, al eand Transfer + are
-04"; aare ib Oa Miby partoment reached the scene the house men ts elve hoses Heavy Hauling.
dseea dusg absv a wi n flames and the adJoinIng build- watering trough or other public lae Horses and Mules Bought and + ing, the very latest desdige .- Ne
w kt&a a 4Oeto. The inm had caught. The boys lost no time while they go into stores to atL.. to Sold, and Stock Taken to Board + time to get a springg Sui, vhfi
-t'sss g 'jw'erw 1vmt- In getting two streams playing on te business. neral disast ys ,arful lttetion CBarante + re r.-ad bght.
busine Several diastroas eigOO di are fs Ca
....* n- t se ors fiercely. work. ot'is contrary tol her.r.iocS THE TtMPA HORSESHOBNl CO2 antd examine o our n toSa."
o rre by Omer A strog 'wind from the southeast of the city ordinances and the oCers I IIHUOSLI a ae .

ofaA d a the r hr0 ca the AH IriNG a aenry Giddens
d nlt, drove the flames into a liver stable should brIng some of those viAtlor to TR P. COO Prop, a
d onthetnorthsidea of thesealoon. Justice. On Franklin street garoter
:i Or and on the north side the saloon. BY c-re should be taken to see tnat the A Interfering & Gaited Horsts
this time the large frame building on ordiH e ... ryi(iidd
U&ea u a the corner In which the saloon was lo- a Specialty. Phone 42.
c-ed. ery person tn the vast crowd &.0t C o a.r oa M as...S.
S u tCor. Marion and Madison Sts.
............ d antdhIsstuy yfiAre fighters knew thelr MOBIAEAANr OHIO "'

atrLIle. As they dropped out .- ,

ttzji'etkas nswseidIf or fw o For St. Louis, Chicago, tie West, -a
tdeeisy Ts.rtnn he corner totnllding North and Northwest operating solid
a set.- iured n the least. Le Uiverc-i' s e wide-vestibuied passenger trains with
ba. tm tt three ama ott For sale in Taia by orto & Cu frst-class coaches and elegant Putnban e

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