Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
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 Material Information
Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
Uniform Title: Weekly Tribune (Tampa, Florida)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Publication Date: December 1, 1898
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00093470
Volume ID: VID00054
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inSpe C3aiens pi by Baoi of Powderr Exp!ode, Clasing a The Quartrmster's Department Dis-

fl lIettraes HeR Loss of Life. brses $2,000 Among Laborers.


orty Thousand Volunteers Ordered A Bloodlem Battle Pought at Annie. Highwaymen Hold Up Forty Girls
Oat on eceipt of the News From ton Between White and Negro and Loot Them of Their Cash
S Our Peace Com isioers Soldiers-One Hundred Shots The Dust of Christopher Co.
at Par Fired-No One Killed. lumbus to Go to Spain.

Special to the Tribune. special to the Tribune. Special to the Tribune.
P ris, Nov. .-The Philippine clause Annlston, Ala.. Nov. 28-Another ser- Havana. Nov. B.- Payment was made
. the peace treaty bha been signed by ouo outbreak occurred here to-day be- last night to the Cubans employed by
tbe bfapil commissioners -and the Is- tween tie white. and blacks. Senti- the quartermaster's department on the
aude are now at the disposal of the nels of the Third Alabama, the negro construcflon of the Marianao pier and
tnod Mtatea regiment discovered a large number of works. More than 2,000 was distrfbu-
TThe Jont meeting of the commissio white soldiers near the guard lines and ted, there being about 400 men
ra held at 3 oclobk this afternoon, fired on them. A lively fuagade tol- employed at various times. This sud-
ad tbe Sanish immediately an- lowed, nearly a hundred shots being ex- den aocession to wealth almost dis-
m 0oed thelt ocept of the de- changed. The battle however was ab- turb4d the equilibrium of the Cuban
i imade 1i y the united tateea. Te solutely bloodless. Four shots entered soldiers, many of whom immediately
s5r1 mWlade verls y, h t the the general hospital, but luckily no one bad their pay converted Into coins of
-Myh ad been asanorsaed b1 the gov- wa hit the lowest equivalent, In order to give
eilnas to .mak. the ,reply l-4kCted it the appearance of greater value.
Iho*p tilo the prpomitios n made PA'ITAL P&OWDER EXPLOSION. -Featlng dnd drinking prevailed until
te th Aiarises = e it l amne
Sts s m are s Prop Special to the Tribune, a late hour, and the capitalists of yes-
p g em whick to base compro- avana. Nov. 2-.-A fearful powder terdgy are aparently in the same posi-
midt They decared that a far as explosrta occurred here to-day. A tlonjas before, waiting on the charity
MW Nas wer concerned, ad*lo- number of boxes filled with powder of the American government.
rte -e s are exhausted, and
Ift Ylr t IanS rd by reasons o that were lyis near the Reina battery The auxiliary cruiser Rapido arrived
jteotlb sand humanity and In order kstated in some way and exploded with froni Spain this morning OSe will es-
a ~id the boror *a war, res Igs a terrifo report. killing or Injuring court the fleet of gunboats and torpedo
moo re Sawer the ioht forty persons boats soon to return to the peninsula
at t orer to conclude the SUK IuE MUD and will carry the dust of Chrtstopher
t-fwr SoTUCK IN THE MUD. Columbus.
-e Transort Have Trouble 'Amrietting Te Bratton, which landed thirty
"00e &fteltion of the whole of Transports Have Trouble In Getting
had the Slu group for out of Savannah. thousand rations at M aranao yester-
n ba S u day for General Menocal's troops, pro-
it is ialso ud attood tipt the United Special to the Tribune. needed to 'datanzas this evening from
tttL wl now purchase the CaroHne Savannah, Nov. 28-The troops are which point she will go on to Sagul la
* Olup o isauda. having considerable flfflcuity in getting Orande and Cienfuegoe.
rightly started on their way to JVavana. lDuelling has been revived, and not a
SMD BB TBO Oe5 NIDEED. This morning the United States trans-
Sport ankoba, in order to avoid a col- day passes without several meetings
edtal to the Trlbune. lisalon with the transport Chester bav- upon the field of honor. So far only
Ds6. C., TNov. 1S.-'The War lngon board the Fifteenth UnitedStates one fatality has occurred, though
IMErtmenIt ied orders to-day to Infantry. bound for Netrvltan, i Cuba,
mgoftr out forty thousand volunteers turned But of her course while on her several duels have resulted in danger-
t oes on receipt of the news from way oit to-day and stuck fist in the oua wounds for one or both contestants.
Polla These tro%,% M wll be gotten Spanish officers who have had mis-
isaf at once to send to Manila, where
sg l w e l ~rsed, in subduing the understanding during the tnsurrectlon,
mtve m and tatkingi person oi the ++++++ t++++++++++++ and who have been restrained from
newly acquired territory. r pensr l combat by army discipline, are
o secn N )OUARANYY BONDSu YET. +- nog making settlements.
IjARGEFORCE D git sNcea y It Is only i.ir to these nian to say the
-aa I relative n. Ction Necesar- to + du Is more a means of euiusicnene
giecial to the Tribune. Mae AmenAdmdent C .rati.e. 4 l thn anything else. The diterences
. in an editor tis morning in praise Tallahassee, Fla., Nov'. .- r nd a fight to the death. Most o
og t e retlbt -of the United States + Controller Reynolds has made the th being expert swordsmen, the com-
Iaeremnt increasing the army says: following ruUng : + bat continues for some time before
odlk 'ta-r lt-Beds'o-eI'- '"beuto ,, inquiries having either one receives scratches: the u.p-
M 'United States in the PhIlippine been received in relation to the pekrance of the least drop of blood is
qetion. Igtt. estimate of 11"000 acceptance of bonds executed -by" a signal for reconciliation.
is below rather than above the mark guarantee or sureLy companies because of intense poliucal animosi-
an a large fore will be required to countyo,,fficals, electedatthe ties among the Cu-bans. their duelling
bring the new population Into sbjec- last electIon I made a careul + Is attended with more serious results,
ti vestigation and have decided the combat proceeding until one is un-
iathat no such bonds can be ac- + able to continue. On Monday after-
+. cepted under the existing laws, noon Juan Antonio termendia and
FftG[ TIOii ATE and that legmlathve actionwill be + nTnr uea met In a private house In
necessary before the imendment -i- e Mea met in a private house in
FoCT IOHATe the Prado to settle a misunderstanding
AF to section 13, o.' -..-ie 12, can + .garding loyalty to "'Luba Libre."
-b--- become eratve. DuelUng rapiers were the weapons,
m the Farewell Given lano deeeberew of thi vnciuslon. i and from the first it -was seen the affair
deemed hest to so advise the. was in earnest. Mesa was first touched,
Aum an PC i io fed of Chounty Comn isioner + re eivig a slight scratch across the
+ o each county, in order that 4a sword hand. The seconds tried tO
t the Trbune ., oun there ina) he no delay bon s brgn the combat to a close, but neither
Rv na Nov. lL--There Is a report + of county officers." cipal w ted. In the course
n aWoltt hereo this evening that + 4 of twenty minutes each was wounded
wet m b een wer d of the death o 4.i ++++++.+' + +++++++ +'' three times, in no case seriously.
sream bt n e Goomae o te friday Binft, +++++++ fiog bold have grown the highwaymen
adt HIt4 not credited in Cuban enirclt, Intheir operations that employes of the
la iat-iselc with yeiterda e ar- laige cigar factoriee employ private
I ii c, ner al Wade Admiral mud. There are 1,300 troops on board, p011ce to protect them on pay day. fast
Bs Col.C ucs Capt. Hart, their and as long as they behave as well as week the girls employed in one of Bock's
iss -l Ies allin gaa uniform, and they have done so tar, there will be no faptorile after receiving their pay were
a talyetar, calsltd on General danger. Some of them will doubtless held up In a body and compelled to give
Maim at the aao at is o'clock this have to be loaded on board of a lighter Ut their wages. This week a squad of
len t -eg textmld a formal farewell In before the vessel can be pulled out of slders accompanied the girls, who
t~ rks th.e 0otan, aenerai- the mud. marched to their homes in a body.
Hi Is aleiapsitrlon ofr his early de-

MM -.earatA tiarIato thj. reee"t-oa-- -
se whereGepei Blanco was awaIt- Arrival sd Deparure of the Herrick MascUte Left This Morniag With
i i t e Z5 p oetherener r Ot hViel From Foreign Ports Heavy Freight and fasenger zig.
I-ta afnd eiarattd general -- _
T pp tae effiasnt meinres he From Tuesday, s 'Dally. Spedal to the Tribune.
p tsaka to ainsis~n order and di- The belated schooner Auustur B. Port Tarpa, Fla., Nov. 28. ll:15p m.-
iebLi te ~i simyl ogh Err, Captain F. P. Thopeo, of tNo. 8 is three hours late to-nlght,
he msrrlin had come ,o n .W. ohiol h e caused the delay of she .sa-
-- m taor ser the Crowell-Sgvarese line arrtved here elsa- .0 -.

Action Taki by tke low Fir.a lare 7OMrat g



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Tampa Has Etdl Onb More Chance The3 atieO
SLeft to (Retain the Factory and porta -
Also Secura Another One. in tie
.rour Days to Decide.

From Wednesday's Daly. Special to the
As the matter now stands, the cigar Boston, iKto
manufacturing firm of Guerra. Dfha & this,city isl M
Co., of Tampa is now a thIng of the rland a
past, and not only the frm,but the asS
factory, except the buildl ag will sUoes Mh, 'wa "
be moved from our midst cuary o Sia
At a meeting held in this city o litead (hl t- d
Monday afternooa. a new company was prshea wtM
organized. and a charter applied or sare for miles i
that will beraftatr be know aa the Cu- telhadini trpk
ban & American Uaufacturinf Corn- that h av-bsa.
pany of Jacksonvillep The organism W- af. At dasi
tlon wan effected by the elsUtloa the. b ene reaw s
following offers: PieL ut, maaBA Itt v e abeg w
iy-era of Savannah; rlce-psresident. Oq aoyr ms *t
Vicente Guerra. of Tampa; seortay wee al mai.
and treasurer, 8lgo Fyers ofat gw Yerk. w rew sa
The otBer mendbe.w of the bead of ai- leot Portlas.a
rectors are as rofiows: (r. 4L. ia ot and not a .iOno
Tampa. and Wm. O'Brien and t M. I that mwre
GuOkenhelmer of New Tort, that sw t d w
Mr. Guerra. when seen at hi bm ax-' etmatedi at I.
ful hogAe last evening bt a TrtJaw n..o
representative, stated that the ewly K
Odganised company would tasorhb tse peia to the 7
three factories in which he wsa Inter- -'vvuet4, 1
ested n, namely: The Tampa. Havana Maws. off ts*e
and Jacksonville and they had def*- rom athis i
nitely decided at the meeting on MoU alnes the g I
day afternoon to concentrate aU their at Sbyhsd e@I
business at JacooQvllle. M e a i
In reply to the question, as to his The entire fl
reason for leaving Tampa be a t: "I v e al is t a e
do not want to leave Tampa, on the a tedc OO, ep
other band I would sacritce much to 'Oreg ng Coas
stay here, but the business ineresta of ios"
the frm with which I am connected, de-
mand that the Tampa factory be moved
to Jacksonvllie. .Bome people here JBpecial t tibe
In Tampa seem to think I have been avnnahb Si
bluffing when I spoke of the factory go- h e went
ing to Jacksonville, but such is not the day located tor
case. I have warned people here of thee heavy fo, 1
this danger because 1 felt they were not mOd.
alive to the situation." TRO
mWhen asked coirtwee the Induce-
ments that were offered him to go to SpeOtC to the '
Jacksonville. be stated that "personally W h en0*., 1
Otis cabled bm
I care nothing for Inducements. I that the Fir'
never asked the people of Tampa to reached there I
give me inducements to stay here, out troops were In I
I did aak them to throw out induce-
ments to have the El Modello factory T
moved here. Tampa ought to be asu N
willing to do that as the people of Jack-
sonville are to have me go there." e. J ,. om
In repry to the question as to whether
anything Tampa could now do woudi eospOUq..t
cause the firm to till locate in Tampa
he said: "Yes, there is ose chance Jet -rom Wedne
for Tampa. and only am Wr. B. 'l eM t
Anderson and Mr. John Trice, were b rtlla Vrem
to see me tht afternoon, and in raely of he new
to the question, as to what would in- and his eima
dues me to remain ia T7ampa I rpted her were vnea
that all we wanted was am -Ad ftmo ber of the ewm
building' the same a ie a my present wh as the
building with the exception of ten feet other ohtck hm
additional in length. I promoted to 'A reseption e
gve them until next Saturday for an JQ aB.eAtk I
answer, after whioh we wil, u- an- r w a e st
less they give us a favorable reply, iormsa~sasUI st
make arrangement to move e intryUh itd .? g1
to Jacksonville. In that case I will dh i anda"
and his 6Mwis
sell my factory building here." t5tnd -
In reference to the Modeio factory, Wb the
Mr. Guerrm sId: "Ws wor there a and A
total Oat M hands, rad our wedtly pay. W. H.*laa,
roll amoMnts to nearly fou tehomand) '--eh I
dollars. This it worth somrnetbt to &e oa bea
JaclMonville, hut It is worth just as h a ia -a,
much to Tampa. ate wemphlU.
SA majority of the members or-te e rebdiel &,
board, who were present at the meet- tert that w&
nlo on Monday. left for their homes yea- es a Z mi
terday, They are all baslnels men ot p the i
wide experene an sd most of them have a1 wItl webm I
been clesarty ldentled with the tobacco e ae f u
and cigar business for many years. tyS 3Peole ad
Their Intention is to bulld op a eigar ae that wq
business second to none In the United emiu~. .m
States, and the oity that secures the to maihB t a
location of their factory, will un doubt- tlen baialS
edly be Igreatly beneftted In a commer- .ewsp.nfe
cal way. peettl auItd
Tampa cannot afford to low the tote- hirciahle t
tory now owned by 'Mb. wr-a. Ia -Tl I "am e
the event of his leaving, several othisr Tur i
tactoriee will certainly follow. O the i a bead Ie
other hand, the city con weld afwd to here ithal gr
comply with the coudIttousr ermanded At tha.cochi
by the new firm. and thus nt only hold Bev. fir- ,..
what we have, hut ecunre a large in- terieln gMrcH
rese to our evr bnaitc wheh w tis a averyiete
very desrabl at as preset t time A tendeda .

test of Tampa's enterprise sad public s'A Ca
spirit is now put to the teste WOl she a eaM
prove equal to the eo&se-,.w? h


and isBOw atsa a.
Al ,rup wtth tlhre car
mse oraUls She aw till M hfgg d
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s0 a good meany
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w h* toi-InM tHto t L o he
speeds during his .-paign and what
the expenditure is for. Though the
law io far from being a thorough going
measure of its kind, likethe Esplish
law, and exercises no control over the
expenditures of political committees, it
serves a good purpose, first in acting
as a check on lavish expenditure and
secondly In drawing the attention of
the public to the candidates who are
too free with their cash. Some of
the Congressional candidates in New
York return expense accounts as high
as $7,600, half again as much as a year's
salary, and three-fourths of the salary
of the entire Congressional term. This
Does not include what they spent to
get nominations. Of course, this is an
unnecessary expenditure and ought to
be prohibited in some way. In what-
ever guise it appears in the candidate's
account, there is precious little doubt
that it has been used in buying cOtes
In one way or another. Mr Roose-
velt's election cost him about $2,000, not
an extravagant sum when it is taken
into consideration that he spent a
month traveling over the State. Judge
Van Wyck spent less than 500. If the
law making the candidate turn in his
expense account did nothing more than
toafrnish examples of the sort, it would
be a good thing. It a &*ndi*ste for
iGovernor tn an exciting election in the
pesat State of New York spend 15e"
nar $500, candidates in other S$atae
MjBiVome to the cONrlUVioa tht-all toe
,#cldse by the politicians is not
napagry. The next LesLature
bWi6d- g*We Florida this law t that
osr peple can see what the festive
Fobtlds "didate spends for the oaflce
they get
The lpringAeld, (Mass.) Republican,
in coAjecturing the outcome of the
p-eace ooferene at. Parts, indulges in
-na Bsopia allusion and charactertzes
spa*l A the *'15ab.'"
This carrying pro-Spanish senti-
mept a little too far.
It is not alone contrary to the pages
of history, but is at variance with cur-
rent facts. Was Alva in the Nether-
lands a lamb? Was there anything
lamblike about Cortes in Mexico?
Could you find any fleece around kisarro
in Peru? Is there much of the emblem
of innocence and mildness about Wey-
Alaska is a veritable wonderland.
The more it.unfolds itself the greater
the amazement. A few days ago an
unparalleled discovery of gold was an-
nou;Add-a find which out-ldoradoe
Eldorado. On the heels of this intel-
ligence came advices from Lieutenant
9parr, that he had discovered a new
range of mountains, 400 miles long, with
an average height of 7,000 feet. One
can almost hear the expansionists ex-
claim: "And it's all ours! All ours!"
The dispatches state that a revolution
Is already, under way in the United
States of Central America. Where is
the United States of Central America?
It is a new republic formed by tie union
of Niaragua, Honduras and Salvador.
It came into being on November 1, and
many were the prayers that the peoples
south of us would at last give an exhi-
bition o stability. But it seems as
though Premier Saliahury was some-
thing of. a prophet when he said that
the Latin races were on the national
The Weekly Tribune is printed to-day.
fte eicht large pages fairly teem with
the latest and bet ew oC the entire
weekirom aM sectois of the iobe. The
Weakly Tribune is admittd by all to
be the best paper pritoted in Florida,
asp cma be had for the small sum of
SI per er. Soeums a copy it it and
malt it'to TmP distant friends. Let
,tr. b tha ie to you for such an
--g aliate resent. Coples ready for
vd sah'be Maoored at this o0tce for
oplpyieo cents,

Aniinkes Grfatest ^
r Goes advertising pay ?$ a qiesoon
Medicine- is oiten.u a&e wmea h New .O14n -.
Hood Sarsaparilla, ates, and a correct answer s oat in-
Hood'srest ae to merchant and publisher.
Which absolutely Tere are a number of merchants, es-
pecially if they have been 'n business
Cures every form Od for a series of years, who claim that
Impure blood, from they are too wel known to need the
ad of a newspaper.
The pimple on your The late A. T. Stewart, the merchant
prince of New York, was pretty gen-
,Face to the great eially known, and yet he continued a
Scrofula sore which very extensive system of advertising E 7O 3 FR
up to the day of his death, paying an long-tried externa
Drains your system. almost fabulous sum in the aggregate heearlyditress
Thousands of people during the year, and was often heard god e yt
td declare that he owed his success dre childbirth,
Testify that Hood's nalnly to the newspapers.S e was the telfo and after
author of the saying that the duller the come byit-pains
Sarsaparilla cures times the more persistent the merchant ened-and subseq
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, should be in exploiting his wares, as a by Oro
he would thus gain a great advantage mL1 a'frlm
Dyspepsia, Malaria, over his less enterprising rivals.
Catarrh, Rheumatism John Wanamaker's remarkable suc-
ceas has been an even more stra1ing
And That Tired evidence of the profit of advertising. Our esteemed <
Feeling. Remember this e started busnes on a limited scale the corner is na
And e Ho l Philadelphia and chiefly, he con- kck and growL
And get Hood eses, through the instrumentality of much roast pig to
And only Hood's t*e newspaper, has become the leading trying to work it
merchant of the union. His business It is much ke so
has reached such gigantic proportions life, very dyspepi
THANK IVN. at he has established large branches along with. At
From Thursday's DaIly. in New York and Paris. A short time kicking because
This is Thanksgiving day, the day set ago he paid to the Youth's Companion skk. If the Trl
apart by national proclamation and on 6,000 for one pae for a single insertion. theHerldA kicki
which we are called upon to recount He pays annuaFl more than 100,e00 oftener this gii
the blessings of the pat year and make for advertising, and has an agent en- aent. Thelsn
some acknowledgment of sane. It is gaged at 5,9W a year whose only duty j Uotz&VuWlb '
right and proper that this should be is to write his advertisements, ing nothing ia tt
done. We are liable to forget the And apropos of this last the art of except hotel anrc
source of our blessings unless our atten- writing advertisements has been re- be'redp sdttspe
tion is called to the matter and a special djoed to a science and is now a profess- ehrgea dlnands
day designated that we may give proper WOn, and many men, even in Southern ether rte
observance. Posafty some have re- cities are employed solely in that line. r ers qaa re
oeived such a scant number of blessings A good advertisement writer commands Beade asrtle
that they don't feel justified in return- 1A many cases better salaries than an esiet way to
Ing thanim Such people ought to editor. a sea- m owa
thank God for the blesswgL others have 'The Tribune will save its patrons slate a cOpy t
received, and realize that adverse winds that expense by furnishing an expert matter o frndly
are often blessings in dlsguLse. The Writer to "fix up' their ads for them, papers. See fli
same frost that nipe our fruit, vege- in every case guaranteeing satisfaction tains anything e
tables and flower destroy the dreaded TRAIDE PFOILOWIIN THE FLAG. a"d "cribbed' tel
disease germs. The hot sun and sea- the Berald of the
son of rain that produces life and pros- From Nashville American. out how many it
perity to our fruit and vegetables often I The expansionist when run to earth were published in
fosters disease germs and brings ma- on his humanity plea falls back on his Then read the Ja
laria. We cannot expect everything commercial argument and tells you that arrived here two
to come our way at once and keep com- we must keep our flag flying in the Or- Tribune was on 1
ing the year around, inot because trade "follows the flag," the "cribbed" t
Let us then take a national view of asnd we will then as a cinder to this ThankMo ving too
this question of blessings. Let us see piece of reasoning admonish you to stubborn attitude,
If, as individual, we have not received "look at England." Suppose we. do ington, Dinner to 1
a great many temporal blessings that look at England a moment, not even and other impo
we have not given proper credit for. taking into consideration Mr. Glad- patient readers of
If such is the case, to-day is a good stone's emphakc declaration that the doubt be thanks
time to balance up the accounts. colonies were a millstone around the "crib" like the at
As a community there is certainly country's neck, but view conditions as its columns. Ca
reasons why we should give thanks. they exist to-day, for Gladstone, ac- cerity and a genul
We have been kept free from the yellow cording to the jingo, was an impracti- truth constrains 1
ever and all other epidemics; free from cable dreamer and not much of a states- don't "crib" muct
internal strife; free from disastrous tan anyhow. The British Board of has however a
fires; free from destructive storms and Trade has lately published a summary well written weat
tree from a disastrous freeze. of reports from the government dip- issue in addition
On the other hand we have been pros- lomatic and consular officer abroad rich, rare and ra
perous In business, have had unprece- respecting the causes ot (England's won't stand much
dented internal Improvements, excel- stationary or weakening hold on foreign fModesty forbidi
lent trade intercourse, both at home and markets. Here is a most startling comparison. It ii
abroad. We have enjoyed free schools, statement to begin with. England up- the price the Tri
free churches, the right to suffrage and on whose empire the sun never sets, graphic service
a big Democratio victory, Which has extended to the farthermost amounts to more
As a country, a State, and a nation ends of the earth, England's trade, re- receipts ot the I
we have received many special and Im- remarkable to relate, with foreign mar- twelve months as
portant blessings during the year. kets is not growing. It is according to assertion by its o
Spend a part of your time today in the report, either stationary or weaken- i liid we think to
suming them up. View them from the ing But what are some of the causes people of Tampa 1
standpoint of a patriotic American citi- as given by the government's consular the Herald serious
sen, and then let your heart go out in agents? One is the disinclination of of the aforesaid c
thankfulness to the God of the uni- British traders to supply a cheaper tinued. We are
verse for his bountiful kindness and class of goods, study customers' wishes not, for they are
tender mercy in permitting us to live and grant credit facilities. Another is gene. But it m
and enjoy the rights of American citi- the scarcity of British commercial trav- pain to be contia
enship. eemr in comparison with those of com- fresh vagary from
oeting nations, and their ignorance ot
REED SUEIE TO BE SPEAKER the tive language wherever they go. COMING
The political ta to the effect that another is the inferiority of the British The argnents
there would be opposition to Speaker to the American and German methods ago by the Tribu
leed rby the admlnetrallon leaders in o packing goods. A fourth cause is lng o iahl
Congrea be cause of his views o' terr- the high freights charged by the British t an the
torial eapanaioc, and that Conessman lnes ofsteamers. The two last case ga lte te ques
Grosvenor, i-Ohio, the intimate per- si the frequency of strikes in Creat :rates, eems to be
aonal friend of the President, would be e ritaln and the development of techni- every d.
is ccesor, finds its quietus in the cal education in Germany. been made along
following statement from M. Gros- ,What. then, is all this talk about pt two months.
venori tkade and the flag reduced to? Andrew ieadt maet
There wi)l be no man's name men- Carnegie tput it in a out shell when he steamers, but er
tioned in the caucus of the Republican sd: "Trade does not cae a copper h aiay been
party for Speaker of the House of Rep- furrent."ui f woe
resentatives except the name of Thomas T for more trade.
B. Reed, of Maine, and he will be nomi- ;This is magnificent weather and the There ti still on
nated envniomasly and enthusiastically people should be thankful for it. way of free and 0

elected4by the same unanimous vnte oft water and that i
the Republican membership of the This howevrwill
Mouse. -' soon as Congress
It was deemed advisable four years another whack
ago and twor years ago to elect r committee. We
Mr. jReed Speaker by much stronger with hts power a
reasons it it desirable now that he members of the
should not be only elected, but that he with the i --orta
position by the entire party. old shallow ann
should be elected without opposition of the L as Wit
by the entire party. the river a-. bay
The administration will not mly ot Permanent 'rospt
oppose him but it would, in my opinion TOr do"t0rko'W sr aboot would at e lea
be the height ot bad politics if any ods id m lob e a supply water
,nown friend of the admimstrition a egka M Sn ba t n hia Islandsp -ndura
should be found engaged in anything of and othr South .
that character. s the matter ,
We take it, therefore, that btr. Reed polled to do our
will not place his powerful opposition in sW Is. vessels, or lighter
the way of acquiring foreign posers- Of OdLtW a OdI with HY down the bay te
Ions, but will merely take a passive part phophkits. e re ri which necessitate
merely anounncing his disagreement It trfLt $ b a2 r.. of the freight.
with the proposition, as he did when the for tWeant-Uve yewrs doo- convenience steaa
annexation of Hawaii came up in the taO have prescribed our utilized with excel
House last session. l r O" e pleme a- is every reason t
nom@ nerou or-mev cx% and Increase a trade
Bebretary ofthe Navy Long woke up j f 3 I* diseanaca tah oa e trde
the other morning and critically pe- lO0 t Sflesh. The Tribune Is
rusea his pocket memorandum. As a s st i ingVatrot Ti
reavit the government of the United pniS t tase r Sa to I Flo an"pnd T
BtaLs saved 8 80 a day the amount it ue uS tl r a gain F to fear mde
blisseen paying to a wrecking com- N~ Ot ardt oood- found in the coup
ypa, whieb has been taking ay ex-j veS CIa to 0t DOt-t aoa
.1ancm around Cervera's unken tims ad it yo health The re 0se =nAs
0"ps for tbe past two months The trl*Ug aol ag ab W think that every s
-o t was can celed,. and a further d t h^f 1'-:^L ja 300 to be pave& at m
fhal,-- IF -- provemente of th
sltm onUncle B treasury stop- at -

-" "'.,'4 ,-- -I-.
SCW &."W MT&orT

. -. ...,4 s~ -- - -
---.1t-qt- a brave attempt to res-
-:-.- thes weme from the thIrd story.
*' p 1h srid h bfl be Goheoa d ecae.

t the oUsffmt of tryIng
,to t mae his goods out and wWUe
..s s to makre hs eme, fell dead
Jmjgt rside the b-uitha from heart
S" hrim. V* owner and 4W-
tsussetsssbij In addition

twfy in WeSatre. wa en-

eiato the Tribune.
., -.. tLde Penn., Nov. -.-Matt
S.* Qwarm amd aom .Dick, were arraigned in
"-.e ia court here to-daw to
.. ln.ehlrgesI of conpimrar to use the
S. State .fund deposited in this city for
gmt purpospa. attter a partial
:.E-hdp te ase wal -postponed until
._ Aaey. There Ae five indictments
JOb grand jluragaiust them.
th.eZe W OBt KLDTr .n

Sov. SrWord reached
.it.l4 iat s x workmen were in-
*0.-ed in an explosion at the
Powder wores at Louisana,

itt Tdbztue.
OWrc ^ resignation of
atAWrl fe as the Captain
t mberWfr 8 received here and

Upecia to the Tribune.
Waashngton, Nov. 23.-The War De
apartment issued orders here to-day to:
the Fmrt Brigade, Third Division, Sece
ond Army Corps to proceed at once
to Havana, and go from there to Pinaz
del Rio. This brigade located a
Athena, and is commanded by Genera


Governors of Many States to Seni
Irelegat- to the National Guard
Convention at Tampa.

r B.ox
ition t
uary b
for re-
Is re

rd nO Toronto, Canada
to send a company o
traded school boys ti

n C.r Mer. 3L-Nava


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ggPrdlU, ~

r i1 WAi1 wO Wkll At.MMil. piRlE

o The e Deolbaos to b)s fatlaad Some y fth Itbt Boys Downs the Forner tl hh theW TW Cs fi f
Days Loger. Champlms. tn38 1il e h1ln atL


t- The Spanards Declare They Cannot Treated to a Tharts giving Dinner And They Will Keep Going alhs*YXre A toHa *o a,
Continue the War, Because They Snowstorm in Washington. a Transporta Can be Provided. iatl i
Have No Honey, and Also Be- Thentkgiving Observed in An American Woman Die om
came They Desire Peace. Cuba. From Yallow Fever Spn W

Special to the Tribune. Special to the Tribune. Special to the Tribune. S l to tBh
i Paris, Nov. MZ --he Spanish commns- Philadelphia, Penn.. Nov. .--For the Havana, Nov. -t-While many troops I Noe
who are case to the Spanish govern- first time in the history of football, the have already left Havana. the real t and
S enst that the deliberations of the Peace Corneal University team of Ithica, N. Y. evacuation of this province wiUl not be- Aijmreuni wis.
e commission will continue for two weeks defeated the University of Pennsyl- Sin until November XT. after which da tong
yet, and this seemingly stubborn attl- vania team on the grounds o the latter raid progress wil be made in m
tudo of Spain is regarded by those on tn this city. It was also the first vic- According to the documents given to ted i S
the inside who are In a position to speak tory that has ever been won over any the American Commssion to-dy probtA
authentically that Spain will never sign of the big four un4vyrsitles, which in- Colonel Glauta, the steamsuhu oat- m atseb* e
o the treaty of peace. eludes Yale, Harvard, Princeton and video, which sails from here on Novema- Al-
As a matter of fact, Senor Montero the University of Pennsylvania by any her r fBarceona will cury a oeeS-. eb i ia~aae-
SRs is reported to have used virtually outside team. p ny of the (uardia Civil the second, d eds
such language ard arguments as the The score 'to-day at the end of the company of the Araplles attallon. one' W
foregoing. second half was 12 to 6 and the visitors regiment and a number o invalid sot- BELUMOMB.
He said even more, indicating a high are simply ing wild over their pheno- diers.
Degree of exasperation at the American mental victory. The crowd w vhery .The steamer Coanng will m r m t ate
offer of tt0,000,00. His manner, no less large, notwithstanding the cold and dig- Barcelona the next day, oiar tglix Pamr Now. m
e than the words betrayed his repug- agreeable weather, battalions and one company. Th e lieved
ante.. The playing from the first kick-off steamer Gran Antlasalle onNB1 ii'r-
; His display of feeling and utterances, wa Sast and furious, the Corpell boys 29. with seven hundred Invalid podi e" dw
however, are not wholly approved by showlne remarkable strength and The Maria Christina is tor Cadi ea fq r -ol E
his Spanish colleagues, who did not cellent team work. Their line buckIng November 30 with *te remainder. of ttot U ratp
Sheitate to say this much after yeeter- was th. best ever witnesed in ths city, the Guardia Crh U the saa Q9ntin bU~li
day's session and their punting was fully equal. to battalion and the third company of ~ lsmiipa .r
Utterances later by a Spaniard of Pennfiytvania. The victory was won earpadores The stjeer J. Fneorm cemme I
SImportance, whose name Is withheld tot by S uerior playing and the victor &Uils on hDecember r with ca tfll eaigo,-Beilto ex*
the present, Indicate another line of certainly have reason to feel proud of while the ni mIaco leaves on )doe- i erea
action=-a treaty session of the Phalp- one of the most signal victories ever ber 6. also with a ftti casgo. at withe Ft
pines, won on a football field. The work of the military commission aenoraEte a
upse," said the speaker in ques- Following is the scores of other Im- Which for more than six weeks Oated the A
I tigs, "that Spain says to the United Portant games: University of North and discussd the various eamp site ebs a -,ail
Btates. We are exhausted. We have Carolina 6, University of Vlrginia 0. in Havana province, mema to bhav had most asanrta
Sno funds with which to continue the University of t chigan defeated the no prattical results, as each tebee et w hhe et
Swar. We do not want to continue It University of Chicago, 1 to The forward then has been the suhjet of qtean, W
and we cannot You serve us with an University of Georgia defeated the Uni- considerable alteration since experten- of the let .
ultimatum. We must submit to your verasty of Alabama 19 to 18. ced oM ers have reached the spot and tAxn eicrtear
i power. Prepare your treaty, and when Doemnt s ompleting a the detail mtatm must b
you want us to sign It'we will sign. DLSNIER TO THE SoOLDEejS. for the Spinlth evacuation have been The Sploalrta i
We most bend to physical force. exchanged oty the two commi ion, did. -
"You have the Antilles, and you will Secl to the Tribune. and it is now assured that the New n vtw ii
possess the Phllippines as a conquest Savannah, Nov. 24.-The Seventh Year will nd the island practcal it expected
from a helpless people. We yield, but army corpe waa treated to a grand cleared of Spaniards. anta C( ar efortto have th
e we decline $20,000,000 for property on Thanksgiving dinner by the ladles of Province will be completely evacuated the "M o6&iia
Swhich our valuation was not asked nor this city to-day Fully 8,000 were fed by Decebmre 5. Uaa ad I
respected. You have your will. We with all the delicacies of the season, Cata returned fro C fue- of
trust that you will not continue the The ladies acquitted themselves like gso to-day. He reports almost the en- sllghtiy inceaeM
war ulon our helplessness because, for- heroes, and won the plaudits of the tire population, Including those lately
n sooth, we decline your $20,000.000. Surely entire corps as well as the praises of fighting for the freedom of Cba, a O
This wsriver by us of your money will the community for their zeal and labor. now In favor of anseiaaton -
not p.'ovoe a further use of arms At yesterday's meeting ofthe Havana special to the Tr
against Spain. SNOW STORM INTERFERRED. Bar Association a committee wa ap- HunttIlle, Al
"We Plgn: we cede: we are dumb. It pointed to study reforms in the laws tary of War is
is finished, and we may be permitted Special to the Tribune. and court proceedings, which should be the Fifteenth i
to retain the privilege of assuring our Washington. D C.. Nov. 24.-A very put into effect after the Spanish evaeu- Brigadier Genet
peopi and our national creditors that heavy mow storm that continued all atlon. The committee will give the Nuevita, Cuba.
we at least have not stolen and resold day vtithout intermission made it very subject most careful consideration, reeted to'procee
territory we had pawned." Inconverilent for holding social recep- studying the constitution and laws of to take the trans
Should Spain cede by treaty., or. on lions that had been arranged for the United States and consulting Ameri-1 New York last a
r the other hand. should she refuse and Thanksgiving. President and Mrs. Me- can and European authorities on the for field service
break off negotiations here. her pritsts Kinley attended services at the MAetho- various problems. They will not make cavalry are ordi
e will embody some such d-claration ans d;n church this rming a report until late In January. vitas DecesberI
r this. Yellow fever has claimed another The business s
i As against such sentiments it is ar- TH.%_\XSlGIV ING IN CLBA. American victim In the person of Mrfs. to offer'should ;
gued that the business in hand is O:K J.B. Barlow, whose husband was one -ment early to-d
for grown men, that it wil: be ciicsn c C.n r,-, Th1- Tribune f the first Americamn to come to Ha- (the Tribune far
folly to refuse 2 n).ld).il'. an that 'vn-' sern'a.: N-..v l4.-Orders were issued vana after thi. blockade was raised, he are more eopble
Spanish government could no: lJu-ii:a hee- to-day for the enlistment of a having aince been engaged In the real Tribune than at
such a refusal before the Spanish peo- Cuian regiment to work with the estate business. In the city durls
pie or "he public creditors cf Spailn-a American officers. Thanksgirlng day you want to n
deliberate throwing aware of 321. 0011 W11.0i ,_s observed among the soldiers A T'ORTUNIATE, DISCOVERY. your advertiser4-
in addition to the loss of the Philipplnes. to -- e Trbrfuli. Setta
d Special to the Tribune. a threelne adi
CIVIL Z-3RVICE EXXdMIN ATIO1N THE I FI E C Port Tampa, Nov. 26.-About I o'clock bune than' 'it*-
H L UJIU iFiRLE this morning as Alfred Burnside, W. W. evening sheets:
President Likely to Isoue an Ord-r in Harris and Will Bunker were standing ness people of
a Few Days- near the postoffice they noticed. two that advertise f
Additional Details oi the San Francis strange colored lights burning' on the
coal pile across the canal. They pro- DJLIVBB
Special to the Tribune, co Bolocaust. cu-ed a skiff and rowed acaoae to see -
,Walhington, Nc.v. 23 -The exact ,iat what they were. Imagine their sur- Special to the 1
of the issuance of the c.vil service order SpeiLil to the Tribune. Prise and astonishment when they dis- ,Havana, KvO.
e of the President has not been lxed. San Francisco, Nov. 24.--It is now covered two cani of powder located in ivered lseo.im
certaithough the Present has as to n that .Mrs. Andrews and two the coal different colored light each .
though the President has asi to have children who were visiting from the g a different colored tight. They tle d Pdls
n the final departmental recommenda- east perished in the Baldwin Hotel fire were throwing forth quite hblase and Captain Gener
tons submitted at the earliest moment yesterday. in a few minutes would have Ignited the pnrovitnc
The indications are that it will b, out The fire is said to have started in the to the coal. The s ippotio an is that
f kitchen, located In the basement on the they were Placed there by some one nssn d the
in a few days. Ellisstretside, s who intended to set fire to the coal dtred their. res
I The President yesterday discussed the The fire worked its way up through anno eent
n general scope of the forthcoming ex- the flue to the sixth flower, and before A DISj3 A.SC TUJL FAIM. shed hi tile '-
Semptione with the members of the cabi- the fire alarm w sent in roe are Special to the Tribune. received with p
net and others, and there have been gained great lgad way.
Those In tiN street below could see New York, Nov.em,-The Corbett- know thatb tGet
I several consultations of late among de- through the rifts of smoke along the en- Sharky fiasco in this city last night, beet-:e oaI Ed
partment ofnclals. The exemptions, it tire cornices forms of men and women continues the sole topic of conversation ri> r
i s now understood, in addition to those crouchlng end climbing to the wood- among the sporting fratetrnity. By all wt. remfc
a work. which was already beginnlng to the more conservative and lid poseet L dhed
Already mentioned, will include men- smoth bgder. g e t frad er otris
bears of the board of the pension appeals Streams from thirty engines were be- perpetrated in a prise ring. Both Ce br the, tei ib
to which agpeale from the action of the Irg poured upon the biasing building bett and hia second are beIng roundly well mtiait In
pension bureau first go; law clerks in from every point of vantage, but wIth-l denounced tor their cowardly and on-
out an y apparent effect. Explosion fol- eportsmah conduct. It is admitted by W. H. Keundi
the general land office, and, among lowed exploson. every one that Corbett was a badly H. Tham -prlw
d others, per diem employes in the offices The death of White was most whipped man when he fouled Sharkyla itniR ta undrr,
Sof surveyors general. dramatic. Three women appeared on the ninth round, and the only motive with", ift a
f no tha TIndfian service the cornices on the fith floor on the of his second In jumping into the ring grand deee-Li
S, ome ocer in the Indian e'i Market street side of the hotel The was to save the money waget.red.- rn part-,of 'tbe
are said to be slated for exemption, and firemen could not reach them. Sud- Corbett's friends on the result. petted homes
t a few officers in the postal service, in- denly White came out of a window car- -
teluding cashlers and others In poet- rying a small rope. With this he
Soffioces for whose duties the postmasters lowered the women into the arms of the
are held personally responsible. will be firemen who were waiting at the A
Siacluded windows of the next floor. vrThen te
Private secretaries to chiefs of bur- started down the rope hand over tIad. AJA
eamu also will be ta&Sen out of the civil Halt way down the rope parted, and "
service but chief clerk and chlera of the man who had Just saved three lives e '
divisions are not to be affected, was dashed to the pavement one hund- l*- -
I red feet below.
FOEbMALLY INTRODU-EBD. It has been stated often that there
S------ were no fire waia in the bucdlnir except

t Special to the Tribune. those enclosing the theatre, and that
Washington, D. C ,Nov. 25.-The Lo insurance companies would -write a U the S11, 1 ._ __-"M
SPresident of Costa Rio was escorted risk on the building except for a small s to U S t
- to the President's room at the national amount and a heavy premium. m sy tem sad
capital this morning, where he was The building of the hotel began Wie, Etc., o
formally IntrQOuced to the Diplomatic 1807 and was finished in i,7. its total
coMpe and'other prominent officials cost including ground and furniture, be- Sw f..
LOOKING UP BUtINB9S. S The Columbus theatre and places of W h form the b of many y
--- business opposite the Baldwin were "methods" now so prevalent. direttbo t
Mr. Louis C. Cardinal, traveling damaged by water to the extent of l6.- at .- 0 miO 'r e ree
freight agent of the dMobile and Ohio (03. E. J. Baldwin is prostrated and Such treatment might aVail so -the blo.
railroad is in the city. The execoale unable to tell much about his affala if Catarrh wa onlv a local ro the
efflers of his system are very mcth e e says he will not be able to estimate s&O ar
impressed with the future nf Tampa, his loss for several days. irritation of the membrane. But wi
,and a-cm rd;ng to Instrutl ena he is H. W. Luke, manager of the hotel, knlhw tsate efe
-'t oeini th- situation with a vilr of barely managed to get out with he the dieam e is not On the euface- noei
r n .. E .h the lve 2 ind hd H- .a.- ir *l the discomforting irritation of th da im thoil
l 1 vL wh 3. 'u Mci ii in h t h.dtel lining of the throt is not .the di- rit- e a
and ;-... :. t g t r .i .latio ns CLEVER TRICK. ese bt a
now existing 1 possible.am tefbu e pya nm11
In conversation with AMr. Richard H. It certainly looks like It but there festetion of iit. Ostaih -is a -
Vidner of Moh.le, -wio was a passenger Is really no triok about -'. Anybody fla ist Uiioaui-hlo o
on the Oteri, one of the new boats from eep-et4 Uo blood
Mobile. be 'ys that Mobil I is n a can try it who has Lame Back and
fever heat to become better acqualrted Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous di ase, 5a1 it n e "y to t
with Tampa, as thy are almost next troubles. We mean he can cure him- oat fire ith Sa beetof ppr to
door neight.r- a.d tit the -Mobile self right away by taking Electric sit- ope to ur it with to0 applien-
Board of Tr,-e Is.o king earnestlpytohlom
with Weslern oonneti ns for increased terms. This medicine tones uo pthe whole
'freight shipments. He left Mobile on system, acts as a stimulant to Liverl ontm
Tuesday; and is here talking a bird's nd Kidneys, is a blood purifer and relief for benefit, ThoMlo h
eye view of Tampa, as a commercialnerve tonic It enres Constipation, s t601t .
cty. S Vidner suggests that the ConPation. on thogh tm l b
TsUnMlrPBoarido de co-ope ate with Headache, Fainting Bpells, leeples- Ud by Lt-r, d--. iv
the Wobile Board of Trade, toward ness and Melancholy. It is purely .t. b wi l se
thlldei up a permanentne stem- vegetable, a mild laxative, and restore es thM it.A a a am o a T
eta FW. a cargo of freight was left on
seemer Oter tFor want of room, and maectriO Bitters and e convinced that
lui 9Wdct that an additional boat will thy are a miracle worker. Zvery bot-. 'I~ ..iy i
be placed o the line in due time. tie guaranteed, Onlyy Gp a bottle at gi J sslmC-
B. eonardi & ComW s Dru.g store. Soa

A. Dick. manager
-a Bay Hotel lft for Winte
t" m as a af dge.roW
'" I.- OChm P. ae. his :
S--- letearat L looiing after 0
. t-a-i.-" wst. tai r ar 7 tfor the:

i CPL&s, Bit


N* --

Teisphee Cal l M1

TURM S OF r tinaCRIFt- ON.
Mail Postage PreWpd. Daly and

OO mah:.. ....................8
Te m months .....................
Oie sat.. .......................


4 a*eergptioas are payable in ad.

m a

S ratl- taralsre d uea-

S 4. d. m to e t oneyr

-' iAd tha Alnt the year, some of which
.-- sa-terially crease the vlomn of

: e..- a w- o made a hog of himself

;. ethebred his head in the morn-

SAtypogmphical error in the Snday
-.. "rii nmmde us say that the number
hi h a eoe w hicha t

JM- two tdred boxs wdhen it shou

b;leeeen two thousand. e
S vSi s senh e vu now sopoe to cross
iftW anmio an airp ate bt we never

d.mbt-e more of him after he starts

I I"y be assured that his ship took
St ten iular course and that heo

a*Mflr y did ikewise.
IUhe n who made a bog of himself

E. not pa to brag: An um-
4i g end rinking tni Thanksgiving
tieinnhed his head in the morn-

a who boated that he had
bosen eto uassaysinate Emperor
oee to jal for three years.
S sinoul himw p sets with hes

SIn an airnot hai just been
B-ontt The total
c e of phopert in the State
VW be aurThe that his shipt ook

^ftsi~ JMtlloads and terminals in the

Beduae n outre to rnd e thhe
d to Congres hl s e eat be-
^jAlll^ three wives. He needs
^^|,MJ-than any other member;
ne o Bser who break commnd-
aIe wee as ruled out there

SBft chances of securing a&

K pplaaded Admiral Sampson
s d cheer the America

f a' the American national arsa
ield to ra tfnd or the

distinguishedrm. Havana will
|r(tly WMri a good American city
r.a.i te I Illiome ori Cubas to bee

Scope on the big Ttort a
vachleoerf rrlt plnaed tacht
Sa lroadt ant t er na anow trh
S ,t Ol the averse, asseo
1w Mau flblltlii 97, it

r nTiarprr-orn thal it wa only
be an outrage in refuse the

.ba-t r wihesn is ac t waneeds
S cthaer the Americ that
hen totaise fpud fo. r thrt

aW the coast were totally
S the vlocty of the wind eS
gave b4en something remark-


iiagid oo*w, will-try to set-
dbt eqestio tower omwn
by v ri m all references
at st o othe treaty
,.ag ytg the Cu
That ihe is not remon-
aVaa b hbt,. ad that it
Fmuyset look to
k 5. eusuisses sower-
45 nfi55~te the reve-

-prohmably won-
over tlhestivPe
te a meee is tthe

-, aiVsirr AT 'AMPA.
Prom Mnrfacturer's Record.
The expansion of Tampa's trade re-
lations with the outside world within
the past few months is remarkable. Be-
fore the Spanish-American war it was
generally recognized. as a growing,
thriving Southern port. Since 'the
eosatation of hostilities its commer-
cial development has been truly won-
derful. Two new steamship lines have
been established in addition to the plant
Line, and have been operated with a
handsome profit from the start. One
at these is the line between Mobile and
this city, established by the Mobile &
Ohio Steamship Company, In connection
with the IMobile & Ohio and the Louis-
ville & Nashville Railroads. Another
was established by the Southern Pacific
Railway from New Orleans to this port.
Of the new lines of sailing vesse-ls ply-
ing regularly between this and other
ports is the ZBenner Line from New
York, an independent line from Balti-
more. Crowe5i-Savarese Company's
three lines to Puerto Cortez and Balize,
Central America and Tortugas; Mc-
Kay's line to Santiago, Cuba, with
several independent vessels to Gulf
points in (Mexico and Texas, etc. The
coast fleet of local freighters has al-
ready doubled, and the tonnsge in-
creases rapidly.
The large tobacco-manufacturing in-
terests here are all doing a fine tusl-

Much in Little
Is espedlally true oa food's PMs, for no me-
Sim eer ereonted so ret ameuntive power n
so s O spa.l Tey ane whole medinee

d",t, ahry ready, WMY
" 'Pills
Isaetary; prevent a cold
or fever, core all liver ms.
nlekhbeoadeh, lanudice, constipation, etc. 25.
T.eonly Pins to take with Hood's PFO-p-il-a

cannot afford to be without either. A
great deal of our freight can be shipped
only on the railroads, and much of it
comes just as well if not better, by
water. The heavy and steady increase
in trade here will enable us to do a
business with both the railroads and
steamship lines that will justify them in
giving us a flrst-class service.
While we have great reason to thank
the steamship companies that have es-
tablished such an excellent line of mer-
chant vessels to and from the leading
markets, yet Tampa has become a trade
center that demands the attention and
consideration of the leading transpor-
tation companies. Our freight sup-
plies have increased to such dimensions
that we are able to maintain opposi-
tion traffic lines and thus demand lower
rates. With the shipping advantages
we now possess, there is no question

ness, and have in the agregate nearly that the matter of rates will be adjusted
doubled the number of their employes satisfactorily. Any business man or
since September 1. The steainet Mas- manufacturer who leaves Tampa at the
cotte is now bringing over about 400 present time because of lower freight
bales of tobaoo from Havana weeKly, in other places will simply cut off his
and this amount has and will steadily nose to spite his face.
increase until the chief portion of the It was not the re-creation of the
recent purchasers oy our manufactur- American Navy that caused the estb-
era shall be delivered to them. The lishment of nearly all of the present
shipments of cigars from this point leading shipbuilding companies engaged
hoe increased to ,as es -r wee in constructing American warships, but
the requirement, rigorously of the Navy
and wll continue to increase. The 'hitney, that our new warships should
wholesale commission houses and all not only be designed iq the United
business firms resort a larger andt nmre States, but that every portion of them
remunerative trade than they have ever should be constructed here, out of
before experienced. Lulliings are- be- native materials. It was that require-
ment that gave confidence and courage
ing erected in every par- of the city to American capitalists to put the mil-
A fertilizer plant will be erected as' lions of dol!ari needed to properly equip
quickly as ample capital anI laor can a modern shipbuilding plant into
complete it. The owners an dopera- American yards, and with the result
tore of ths plante rs She that our war with Spain found us with
os o hs an a navy, even if not with a merchant
A new seedhouse has been opened by marine, fully up to our needs.
Crenshaw &Sharpe. The large whole-
H. J. Cooper left on the Mascotte last
sale firm of I .S. (iddens & Co., has night for Havana, and will probably
just completed one of the largest and locate there and engage in the real
best arranged warehouses ;n the State, estate business.-Tampa Daily Times.
and already have it stocked with goods We part with him reluctantly, and take
pleasure in commending him to the
going out as fact as they are received. pleasure in commending him to the
good graces of the people of Havana,
The finishing touches have been put on providing that the above gentleman is
the big bridk store and office building our dear old Harvey J., the high muck-
recently erected by J. W. Krause,of this a-muck of the steaming Times.
city. It had there large storerooms and
The Spanish mail steamer can Aug-
most of the offices and hall rooms leased gustine left this week to carry 287 boxes
and occupied before the walls were of archives from Havana to Spain. If
dry. The vegetable and orange season Spain searches the rocks around Santi
is opening with fair shipments and ago she will find a lot more material
for archives which were a passable
good prices, which are having a good navy before the Americans changed
effect on local trade. them into archives.

The Board of Public Works is having
a large amount of work done, paving
and curbing streets, putting in sewers,
etc. They will expend this season
about $200,000 in improvements of this
class. e fish houses ship from this
point at present -about 1,000 barrels
per day. The officials of the railroads
terminating here have given out the in
formation that a heavy travel will soon
begin to move to and through this
city, and continue probably all winter.
There is not a desirable house for rent
.or a man idle from necessity in the
entire city limits.

The Tribune has contended for
months that the best and quickest way
to secure lower freight rates to and
from this city, was to meet the railroads
with a well organized shipping service.
It is a well known fact that the ship-
itng Interests of this city have shown
an unprecedented increase during the
last two months and it is having a salu-
tary effect on the railroads. The rates
tht have heretofore been charged by
the railroads have opened the way for
ahippere to make inroads on the busi-
ness transacted here. They found the
Tampa merchants only too willing to
transfer the bulk of their trade espec
italy at a much lower freight rate. As
a result, most of the shipping is now
beiag done by water. The difference
ta the water rates as compared with
thoee charged by the railroad has been
IoUsIderaIbe, too large to last long,
"ad as predicted by the Trbune, the
railroads are meeting the reduction
They have already announced a ma-
tsawl rednctson to take effect De. 1st
tha tiW nnataned will result In a big
1mi. to thti eki, As a result of all
.Isehc we suew have first-class
Sin4 adgood railroads run-
i~i t 'h ow a theat tothe leadf
^hoi ts po the irtMljaly sharing

Ch e t. A we
pei ie ae. *

If that Depew poker story continues
going the rounds, there is a probability
that the famous after-dinner speaker
will challenge Platt to a game of draw
in order to settle the United States
The civilization of the Orient is mak-
ing the most amazing strides. The
steamer Aztec just sailed from San
Francisco with a cargo of liquor valued
at M00,000, and 1,260,000 pounds of to-
The Indianapolis negroes whov met
and "resoluted" concerning conditions
in North Carolina overlooked'ah out-
rage of the same character in Indiana,
as well as a recent incident in Illinois.
Gov. Jones, of Arkansas, in an inter-
view. expresses the opinion that all
State and county officers, except mem-
bers of the Legislature, should be elec-
ted quadrenlally instead of biannually.
A Belgian syndicate is anxious to
lease the Philippines from Spain, all
of which is very amusing to Landlora
Uncle Sam, who has not yet been con-
sulted about the lease.
A mob of would-be lynchers was stop-
ped and turned badk by the guards at
the Glasgow (Ky.) Jail. Another ob-
ject-lesson in the practical method of
taking care of a mob.

The man who presents a drum to his
boy tor a Christmas gift is the same
man who goes into hysterics over the
annoyance caused by his neighbor's
child with a tin horn.
As we understand It, our up-to-date
Hawaiian citizens are preparing to keep
out foreign pauper labor at any price,
and are therefore anti-expansionists
of the first water.

Everybody will naturally feel sorry
that, owing to the decision ofthe courts
the widow of iMr. George Pullman will
have to puU through on a paltry sum of
$9,000 a month.
The governor of -North CaroiUna isn't
saying anything these days to the Gov-
ernor of South Carolina. The two
vyeithObs have other troubles on hand.

When Governor Tanner oes iout of
the t feaing business In ISsols, he
might and a very profitable Aeld
a~bcminawalL -

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Tampa is recognized as the center of
the orange and grape fruit industry. ermanpo nsb the idea wiai
r ha esptaaraor th is h oie a o
It is the natural shipping point for the come prevnlent fr the Uniteda winch
leading orange growing sections ofthat Germany is hostile in the UtsG Gosesa4.t
South Florida. The counties of Polk, states. ."lwt tohesitrstdhie -
Manatee and Lee besides this county. Ma y things indicate that Germany is twees st
look to Tampa as their shipping head- little less friendly to the United Sates test T W d
quarters. The amount of oranges that rtn erase o sh te side o -ses IS
has been forwarded here for shipmentahoried act or official utterance o r te or prope r -t5 m .
during the past month is simply enor- atho Germac government can b con- ue a tolw'ter t h
n. L.and surpasses all previous sea- strd n ay oter ight t ms n s eli
sons tip to this date. The steamers frin a to the United State esl e nra 4 ..
Manatee and Mistletoe that come to the eate
Tampa wharf and the Margat that
dumps her cargo at the Port Tampa T /* *
dock have been averaging fully two
hundred boxes per day for the past
three weeks These are all either dis- .
posed of to local merchants or loaded
on the cars and shipped to northern
points. So great has been this trade
that the F. C. & P. Railroad Company
has inaugurated a special through train
service to New York and Cincinnati.
that lands the fruit at those points onBA0A 1
express train schedule. The tPlant .
System has also a special through fruit
train that makes very good time. This nd the W ard
is the first time that such a train sr-
ests EadProtecttlO2&ro
vice has been tried from here to ac- 8W f.
commodate orange shippers, and thus ~ A-v ".
far the results have been very satis- -sTwent-five -.. ::
factory, both to the shippers and the We have made you, the business bargain sad our
railroads It will be a big incentive vincible triumvirate for prosperity unto Tamap
in the future to stimulate the growers thousand. They constitute the hollow quare ofim
of South Florida. It is estimated that stance Of whatever is unjust, unfair an illibaea
the crops next year in the counties
named will be fully double that of this adel armed with bargains of intrepid courage, Awra s
year. They are much elated at the pie's service, cannot fall before onslaught-and will -- er
prices they have received this year, and late.
the ease with which they have disposed . .y
of their crop. M mo n.,RIS-, .- M6

ON THE UP GRADE You will observe that we keep our faith with yoan a i
ance of the marvellous bargains in Dress Goods. It 4%
The extreme scarcity of vacant store- bargain in this house unless it lasts long enough a -i
rooms in the business portion of Tam- galn hoseuless it last long enough an
pa is a sure sign of industrial prosper- enough for all to participate. A bargain never atta s
Ity. Another indication along this line. until it is as large as 25,000 want it to be. %Drs ar i-
is the steady increase of rents in all the See the line of Dress Goods at 50c, worth 75e and 85c.
desirable locations. It is a fact worthy S t ac o worth
of note that rents are fully twenty per See the Black Crepons at I, worth
cent higher and buildings much scarcer ~MwTT wTNERY -
than this time last year. Another J
sure sign which isn keeping with the The millinery business is growing everywe Correct 8
above is the marked increase in the
price of property during the past few best trimmers and reasonable prices do the business.
months. Out of the way lots that have
been almost abandoned are being
cleaned up. improved and placed on the
market, and some of them are bringing

piece of property within the city limits ...
that went begging for a purchaser last o. e.
.yar at a 50,0 offer, sold a fc-w days ago No Goods Chareed.
for $1,000. The paving of certain streets
no doubt has a tendency to increase the ..
value of property frontingn am HOPW NO BY MAIL tablish*d Preenaio
but the above mentioned property is not I A
located on any street that is likely to! J AN --
be paved for some years, hence the
street paving is not the only reason for Importers and Retailers of
the increased value of property. The O S
fact of the matter is, Tampa is making JDR Y GO OD S Atb
strides forward, not as rapid of course .
as some might wish, but the growth rdr -I ) t
is permanent and substantial. The old al r r
threadbare predictions that are contin- e have a regular organized department under thbe
ually being made by a number of our vision of one of the firm for this branch of our business.
enterprising (hic) croakers and ca 1aity
howlers, that Tampa was on the down at a distance can send for samples and may -depead.azn hrA
grade, and would soon be a dead town, any order entrusted to us filled with the sa- e promptneBsi
have not been realized. Some pre- care, and-at the same prices as if personally selected. Wri
dicted that we would never amount to US for samples and prices on anything in the Fancy Dry
anything in a commercial way until we Line. Our store has been specially constructed for the
got a deeper channel. Others are still
contending that lower freight rates Is of a Dry Goods business. It is the largest, best fitted u up
the only panacea. Others say that best constructed, and contAins all that experience can
property will never come until we com- to render it the most useful, comfortable and attractive
plete our sewerage system and street kind. It is accordingly one of the sights of Laisville.
paving, and so the rurblwers still "Bacon's Advertiser" contains price list of Fancy and D1
grumble. Certain it is that we all
hope to see the above mentioned im- Goods mailed free on application. -
provements at no distant day, T& S
but Tampa has shown a marked 1 O 'D r !
improvement in spite of all these 1425, 425, 429 E. Market bt., above Preston, Louisville, K
drawbacks. For months it has _'_,' -
been steadily growing and expanding.
Our merchants are continually opening ne @
up new avenues of trade, and reaching
out into places never before touched by Agent OW ant g nt
local markets. There is every reason in Every U ty or Tow .;
to believe that the great amount of mu- ... O Salaryn or Ontrri
nscipal improvements that are now in L..
progress will increase our standing as E- ni'U 'rk8T TAILOR ING cO. 115'-i w.Si
a commercial center and our shipping O
improvements that'are now being made FPARB eB o o. ( M d a t artoed d mm
and those contemplated will have a e-tHIr- Ts MACKITOE Ordr
tendency to still further increase and -
enlarge our shipping trade both at Samples and self measure blanks sent by mai_ .-

home and abroad. If we all pull hard, & -
pull steady and pull together, the bal- '
ance of trade will certainly be in our

Now would be an excellent time to
clear the vacant lots and back yards of
the unsightly weeds. They give the
city a very uncouth appearance, and
ought to be cut down and either burned
or hauled away from the city. The "
regular winter season will soon open,
and if all expectations are realized,
there will be a multitude of northern
visitors flocking in before many days.
Should they wander into some of our .. .
vacant lots in their present condition, b t netS r ib
they will Certainly get lost unless they ,avw. ad All,, a d tf ui om sa sa
are provided with guide. Let us im-1 slgths i ad ts -
prove our spare moments for the next Vafs as 2 Ma 51s 515M Y aksI 5 I #CIGo..5s*5' -
week or so by cleaning up our yards,
repairing the fences, sidewalks and
flower beds. This in addition to clean- 3DWARD Aja.a, a Kue ". J.B. a. ADE ON p.
ing out of the high weeds wiB give our PerrnSL v isriU. Q -e-d
city a presentable appearance, espec-
Lally when the new pavements are fin-
that t The Exch angsll S Na l
The impression is rapidly getting TAMPA, TFL A-- '
abroad that the reason Keeleys secret T MPA," FLOID A
died with him is because he never had OAPITA -$100.i
one. TL 4__
T~relcptlo n agsnn@

The brick which Mr. Carneie is en-
gaged in throwing at the admninstration
seems to be of the fire proof variety.
Nice printing on good stock atreason-
able prices is what the Tribune job
office turns out sx days in the wee.
Phoe 171 and a repreentate will
msi on you and subnmltprmcs and show

sargeo* capitu of any bMan soln of
buainswn Every aecom-p banking granted. Have w
a- rsir ugteol ctieioe the united Bta6^ ^

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aSaval iflitia asJ detailed M TThe South Florida Conference will
t l.. B. MAertI of the Jack- meet in sanford to-day and will last
X PLAT M ETIGSnt Thursday. The Congregational WE KKDN
is to atted the urh of this city represented b W E KIDN
Cosavenlen of fa val Militias, to meet Re, n F. 1. Sprague and E. C. Herrick.
i at PhilLdelphtia next Friday. So0tha pressCompany and Plant a i to th |
atstem Stockholders Xeetin cMrs. General Riggin, a most entima-
Pl ty the sewers of the Body and System Stockholders' eting. e lady of Bradentown, who has been
tn haeith, strength cand ensito-- spending a few days visiting friends Pk
stimulate the dgstve to nFrom Savannah News here awill return bome on the Manatee n
... .: trln el1 4tregth and ener. The stockholder' meeting of the to-day. ,
]. Pricklly Ash Bitters is a tonic for the Southern Express Company will be held
JMi Nr 1 UML h = kidneys, liver stomach and bowels. F borrow. VIce-President and gen- A portion of the brick for the pave-. : R,1
sale by E. 0. .aeonardi & Co. eral manager M. J. OqBrien of New ment of Florida avenue, arrived yester-
ale by 8 o. Leonard A so. York, who will preside over the meeting day, and work will begin on that thor- HieaM thte Kideys. CQnim iM
T~he t~lhes King Company consisting in the absence of H. B. Plant, is expec- oughfare at once.
Aottedthismning- Other officialsofthe the Uver. ~trc.c ti ^ma ^
7.of fourteen people arrived here on Sun- ted this morning Other officials of the
doto company are also expected to arrive Cc
2 a Fo day night, and stopped at the De toGUARDIANS NOTICE.
Hotel until yesterday morning, when during the day.
Sthejy ft on the olanaztee for Bralden- Tuesday the annual meeting of the -
"' I.. tohn, where n they were bookedfor a stockholders of the Savannah, Florida Notice of Application to Sell Minors
.h, AndItam. to as where s t night, and Western Railway will be held. Interest in Land. 4 IT S5FOU13 SMICcNCS M IO. &STv OIrsm fXCa i.
There is the smallest party of stock- --
e' Oklg Overcome evIl with good. Overcome holders and officials from the North Notice is hereby given that I will
Breo-m o u s y c a down thi year than was ever known apply to the -Ion. C. E. Harrison,. m Sn 1 t m m aT Ta r m
Ih of Qaaer spent your ceoughs and colds with One in- Only Third Vice President Frank Q- County Judge in and for Htisrorough M= AP Dm
*With Tenaada ere, ute Cough Cure. It is so good children Brown and 8ecretaryand Treasurer It, County. Rotate of Florida at his office *T UL AA:
P. s smith of the Plant Investment Cor- in the city of Tampa, in said county,
4V^L&S'^ iijlS^a- cry for It. it cures croup. bronckit B. 5SSih ofTthe PlantCnvestment
Iag to pessia i 1- pneumonia, grIppe ad all throat and pany are here. These gentlemen, with on the 24th day of December, A. .. D., 18%,
Sto- pn onia, ppe and all throat and the proes of stockholders, arrived yes- for lease to sell at private sale the in-
lung disease. For sale by S. B. Leon- terday afternoon from Charleston, terests of Roy If. Herndon, Aabel C.
h-, M ptman I in ardi & Co. where they held the annual meeting, of Herndon and ISmuel erndon. B. Leonadl & C. Scal Aget. u. -
asMSlto w sa wildSl se Tao. the Charleston and Savannah, the first minors in and to the following described
"I*-.ihB resglat Tam. The sooner a cough or cold is cured of the meetings they will have to hold real estate, to-wit: North half of lot .
without harm to the sufferer the better, and are at le De S to. They will one (1). block nineteen (19), map of

ts wali tno travel- suffer when such a cough re i within said to be true of all the line com- Guardian for Said Minors. |j
~c r eae h t Ihplu s to the atcre Fo pris the system.* i
eaTe6sa nosih I do r e reach? t Is plea. nt to the taste. For Tue yedn o DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
as Tby 8. LLeonardi & Co. Brown and Mr. Smith will lease for
A i"- V :- -w rand Ton st Bt tnau Brunewlc ere there Owill hold the We beg to state that the firm of
no' ut i miu at tea C aM- i SL Towne of the Florida Brew- annusi meeting of the Brunswick and Guerrara. Diaz & Co., of New York U
par .-a Ing b C uMsneps, ai on a hustle now hpreo- Ver er o ent e the will go to City andi Tampa, Fla., has this day -- -
fd C. W ranln other poDt the legal headquarters of been dissolved. "
______ Dor fo r in hbuainesa offairsayo thathe Can the Plant lines, and will hold meetings. The 'busIness will be continued by
,Tve, hre _v for al vana on Thursday. where will be no directors' meeting esr. H. Myers & Birothber and VI- :I
r r l k w. r al e rtate be oe to perfen the plans for the following the stholders' meeting, for center Guerra, wto have become the P c e S
"ft-h I h.ji t"he city brewery which will open a big alon the reason that no quorum could be s- purohasers thereof. Our successors P r c
eas at the buried. These meetixs wii be defer- e authorized to collect the accounts
4. Usisretered -and beer garden In that city at an re until sich time as a quorum can be and to liquidate the liabilities. We
A7 --0 K-asw early date. t secured, when the northern official of thank our friends for their past liberal n a l rich thig e on he
WS C- tatronage, and take p4eauure In r ecom- On ae lo tofr h thini

n cog i not l & fever- It does t ofr m r Plant' ing ur T sIT RA of h
Ute h ave m s 5 lsh on1 ttOng isO tiues HlIe mending our successors. a for tomorrow. Veritable coasters., it
the Uned The offi report that Mcr. Plant's VICENTE cIltA, t
i efl y with One D- condition in much improved. BR:i.O DIAZ,
SyCS and eectuall gh Mr. o d still cornfned to his bed, but there has RICARDO RODRIGUEZ. morrow. Others will come, pha t
"" -. l 4Iit to u a u Coul h ds urs the beet remedy for been mtbrked progress towd recovery. New York ity, Novembetr t8th, 1898. hee The bn th t
S al fo st severs cae His co n is t regarded as sc North-eriots, ,Hav ne succeeded to themed n cigar manu- ribu
o'.. r 1uh ~ a t e d Co., i e ac nd it bcue It goodb teho ught such as not thee durn factur bunes of uerra, D & ill ns, aes acets n
,0 21 a ia bore It drivesot allunealthy con- omwill turn he switTuesdaych Da
tFor lsk by SL B. Leonardl C the first few days after he was taken Co., we beg to inform the public that
e ta a t re sick. 3r. R. G. erwin, vice-president we will for the present continue the trophies a your station
o a of the Plant System, is also ill in New, usino under the stwle and na-e of
*.' .. a r II ~its a ~o~been ClS SCROIFULA promptly and York. It is not believed that (.iGuerra, Diaz & Co.
S.ms at the Me 0D for doime dy", PrLIntly by a thorough Course of Erwin is more than a passing indiepo- H. MYERS & BROS.. -
.-lef tsr- laM last n ig%,t here ". Hood SB. tar a0l All forms of ths sition. Isi friends in Savannah trust OCEN/TE GU IlfA.
r to wm to pail dise a yield to te ood that sc tise case. New Ycrk City, No-veribr 1tth, 18. Special

am low,- GIFOOD'S PIeIyt are the best family $"ex TAMPA. mT $ Sp e ia

Ai;-t"A her*InE At.te be- Gentle, re- 0An ali e
es nBLr war to T earn .Spiai where catha ric and liver tonic. GIentle, re- i
tbw ww'spmd winter. liable, sure.
5 E. dss arrived bef Yesterday A system regulator is a medicine that Col Bellinger egrets B epartu. ,
atry that s Te BURTCH I Dry Ghirt Waest
dret f"ml ir 1m tn t m ne strengthens and stimulates the liver, Fo Savann ah--Capt. Brown in i, D s o ,
SUSW INtt Ma5r5. "e Is lo s- tidn eys, somach o And bowels. Prickly Charge Here in Flannels, Cape
ari Sow L n H mote. MW .. Ash litters is a superior system regu- -A -, mings, etc."
WI. . e, r, hjooLtkepr aOd aL- actor. It drives out all unhealthy con- IFrom Tuesday's Da!li.
5*:tt4ait *-be ni nenagerofe Ti en ditlons, promotes activity of body and Wagon train No. ith A ,
aAgmab.... pamwer u of T he l e su nd 'ild e ino locates hBa rgen s$. ..
ta mehsqtm rnelgroeno o on turday brain, restores good appetite, sound id in ori oto
a &- II a ft present W ith &r will break camp this morning, and atW 1 B igges
rIg h ad c rf a. Hold by .ated at the wet ide oo tm C Be r'gar
V. kta @V le p In lucrajnve B. L11ardl 1 C ,1 o'clock will start for Port Talopa, c
b lo o UNDER COYV ER. i r where they wil bae oadetd on the otean rd
ral.i"er Florida. bound for Havana.
-.&r h 'vl ail s 'Mhe outft will consist Tear.
Ml Ito, a nr eimre be- UNDEte, Ee- R Wilder, 'Assistant Trainmaster G. O
-Ponaw I & w rnEL a, aft er -Griffin, Wheelright Win. Fisher. two i
elm a a. W~O l*U e od kealttbha aotored cooks, 36 colored drivers, 27 six
a the e- To n nd over D mule army wagons, 168 mules and 2 In store for all who call Today.P Do no mis -
Swtloped a Rival to the Cuban saddle horses.
The colored drivers are nearly a'll the opportunity of a lifetime. Evertfiog ll
'fmiany f atoMr. 3j T. Burtch Product. residents of Tampa, and during the ~ -i v i Woix
iid" to Inow hat he Is time they have been In charge of th go at Bargain Prices.
ie g si usr *very day, a N horses and wagons here the>y nave.
Sdoormetse for From Savannah Nes.
'iqdltr ,be -coaletely Mr. MF MLansfield, representing Col- made a most excellent showing, win-
usuan gomod p eh and man'a Rural World. published in St. ni ,may pra frothtamt.
S oo I- and mn's Rurhl Worid publihed in St. i and other officers who have had occas-
-Louis is in the city. He has just Ion to examine their ork.
talb under the manage. come from Tampa, where he went on a oThe train will drite ov erland to-day
from here to Port Tampa, where they,
.-B. Y.enson doing an mismon for his paper. The publication will wait until to-morrow morning be-
iMse' s n'W this seaon ofthe I interested In anything pertaining to fore being loaded. Wy
HI AndargL' i &t r trlctiy amgrulture, and its attention had been Mr. a Wilder has had charge of the. A SENSIBE GIFT,
biseaergy apd, capacity attracted by reports of tobacco culture supply train on Tampa Heighto, and a '
the garrison ever since the troops were --
Si "-l 412tel min in Florida, especially In Tampn. located here. He has made one of the Your friend would
ear Tampa, said Mr. Manfleld, mot serviceable men in the employ of s ethng You riend
a9i0i1j liorll- t heu- is an Industrey that is pursued the government. His gentlemanly con- appreci it a pret y Tit, a aet pair of
st t where ise In tdhe world dct while a resident in Tam hp a b uspedet, some Good llsnd3erelieft a
-g made him a host of warm friends who pale of Sirpees, er a Hat Wes void is be l 1 f HAc & :
ola l under cover. There W is jC a one crm *,EITS a UE.AerICK art ont
at Tampa. 'Bears- Jislaiw &Sons that T A Late Arrival
@ OBB- has adopted this plan, and it is found C. e. KInott, the efficient hoolikeepeA "Y R -A- A -
Msose w!^ onereully satisactory. An acre of for Ounn & Seckimger, spemt Sunday a
mme or the more of ground In a patch is covered his old home in Ipeesburg, where he still Is our Pots' Kre-f a ts, in All Wuoly, VEWE7 a
Owns some vauaslhe orange and grape prc
detaytme!at, arrived over with a trame ,woI of cheese cloth. fruit property. A few miles south seat and at tshe ~eie et se. al ir. Mesa
ir manee of orde Tbheplaters haveseveral suchpatches, of that place Is located his sixteen 515"1 Clty Worn itsniesiysasi,
amounting to nine acres, under culti- acre grape fruit. grove, which was one at 5;.10. Owauhe Cuba cavf 5Bees Isl
fiPst visit there in four or five mont.si 's
uw ll The covering stands ten feet Shove and he was greatly surprised at the re'
a ro nd..- thtpatches. It affords protec- trees are only a little over two year -s lg
U- tic om heavy rains and from winds old, tiudded from sour orange etumbal
hsF that would hur bee the piazits. ,m wis. ,and they are bearing quite a nice crop
j -i " tlt Irooid inure the Pgnt J It 1" this year. He brought home with binlu bo. ci a t sbad, oa Co sad ".c o
Aslier the tdoo acco is atso good, but iwelve magnTcen. specimens of this I Christmsisot

k thro. fo av from which place he met him in the street aiith common 714, 716 and 718 Franklin. then. Werit e preparing for yof We needonoenPt :i
-11 finemt In the world i received. Exam- men;

c. tao- t iar made with Tampa wrapper His eet, like theirs were on the soiled show the hundies of pretty articles that werill So
ge th impt rounder clU oth, he saya, and it will his thoughts ere ar above WA th we room W n get nd
i teen it ad one made om an Hvana Not Byrons flights that reached t .

a L ailrtest superiority in the Havana So detly woven In his woof of song.-
and -9OOde Yes. Jeff is peerless In the realm of
viSt t"Bs advantage of raising the plants verse.
5MmJ^ .lrc< cover Is found in the excellent And rigUtly is throned among the gods, R d c i
Parassus lifts its summit high, but nc o s
Vt bb coloringm. they tke om There is a there "Y
.iman.d for nlgt wrappers, and thi I see him quite at home with Tennyson. Have been made in Dress Goods, Capes and Jacke
a s i s takeM o on W the plants. It And al the ree, whose lamps of glors Silk Skirts and Waist, Mohair. Moreen and Wear
burn Silk Skirts and Waiste Mob
Stat, by so arranging the cover, Like midnight stars, to light this under Petticoats, Ladies' and Children's Underwear
Sured. The culture can be carried on -Alas, the mountain air Is far too
^ ba eimia te, ts os to the producer, For me I must- desert toward thI Growing D y'After Day-
,It Jis eddI being only about 18 cents vale, "A-W 'N S MO S o Bli
SAnd seek my humble cottage homo dur Sh Bn e
watce at -the most remarkable things afar.
AtAe mo/t '- nd there be blest, as I have always That u 11i be one of lively pleas-
In osanection with the culture of the been tee a e d h tlf uti n to the re- a t can
ter o~tet ea btht fr iessT Better Values than you th efind ehresipre.e
on under cover Is the wide dfer- But now at partings, I would have you e a tisft t te re
i I-r the price it and the 1tvana sini, cipient will le tu choose a nd- te for STYLISH MILLINERY,
st. Eig^ A few days ago the A often you have sung in days gone some umbrella, cane, pair of
Stobaco ever produced ,For I would keep such music evermore gloves, or suspenders, itiitial A^ c
5-- -- -w b... ed to X&w Tuc-k It brought As sea shells keep the roar of distant' handkerchiefs in silk or linen,
*-, Vwpopun4d. A duty of $2i4 was waves.
n-- Btob aco t bac c h whrclc Thou I would lie me down, at last, t4 rich n-ckwetr, mufflers, etc., M A AS BR Ot -E
S qte ak the And float sawa that he will wear and appreci- M A A S
Woft pr an fp bougrt frles TCe dMl e^ ate. Don't give him slippers;
i:.. t thn? the duty uo that from N. Pinellas, Nov. 8, 1IS many of his female acquain- '
The heautitui custer of grape f rui tances may do that.
o s o5re Of T"iW obtaine d thea" nr ntaiibg 12 beautiful specimens of a& aAdo
~=~-siri~p~i;~-~+rP- 'sa. d a tmis rare fruit that was presented to I' l '
....S dft covMer. d-tY the cItyi edtor ysetrday by Chas. I' ll.:. -.
nU8 "torW the Swwth Knott, as a sumpie from his fne grove GIDDeNS 104 V
Ian pmi is Produosedo by vs mst at r sore, who declaret-
I ilessoral l" 11W_09 A the lama thsy had ever seen. fUp-To-1tbte Olothiers
,a a L'e- Prament wm d ita ghy app f T
4n- -. FIu T b or
. .._ .. . . . .. . . . .. .. - -._ . ; -: '

lU lBS Cr Reganular Amy.

b aISB eW (S Midway between Trampa Heights and
Ybor City in a little cluap of pines
that Hine the roadside, thare Is a ansma
ITORNAD camp People go and come on tho cars
T NADO and see a tent or two, a line of mulqz
and a few men longing here and therMe
Some have a vague idea that-it his
niOvn the Cap- something to do with thae army at
lain s a s~l s f'r Theh.ir -pam serenely on.
.. BThis Is the :amp ,of pack train No. 6.
lq Sn)7' sQet.eash p-Will How few people Know anything about
'.l* an da pak train, ye; a well oganised t-aln
A; n i ThtTW k Is Just as important, j ist as neceaeay
as any other untt inmne making up of
.- .-. the eftectlven.s3 o0 tih LUnste-1 ta-cB
novt Thursday's DaJy. army as a whltp.
,ie big ooean schooer C. I. Harrck, The packers ar.t mostly Western tmen,
S.irrr n t n athletes all of them-men who
9.le -men know how to bluff a mule. as the saying
" frolm at Jast, and the firm can goes, and who a:e .-trangers to fear.
ita than tot-day'that it is not at This train hao a paekina'iter, a car-
la bottom of the sea gadore, who Pees thit the packs are
Hamily awi we ao she left here In balanced so as not tc ch.if the mules'
-f 4ptatluo u Thompson backs, tenpa -s 'sp, a cook and a black-
2o.ndurp with smith.. Each man h.W his saddle mele,
w ~u uWberof a Texes siddle ard .ala iat, grim re-
ed to start minders of .on'h-) busting days.
oW~i $inceEha4tismne which are ni-ily iksetcd near the
SiVe "been camp, while noir by Standsla appere-
ors woew Of los covered with mSastes, as neatly
wT.a sAvarerai z aligned as ile; of --l.ller.
*fOr t ciS CerbLv al Each packer muat be Skillful in the
j^,nlw| 0 IT UW3!01_ I not dutfnw t r know how to throw thej lasso. how to

Thials it Can bs negotiated i the

Skape of a Temporary Ln.


Bo That They Can Begin Life Again
and the Cuban Government Will
Let Us Collect Her Custon
Receipts for the Debt.;

Special to the Tribune.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 25.-W-hen
General Garcia, accompanied by the
other members of the committee rep-
resenting the Cuban assembly, arrives
In ,Washington he will be escorted to
the White House by Senor Quesada,
charge d'affairs ni the nerw coverseesnt.

The who
for. The
for three
ie. None (
n will be 1

Important ction TLa ke IaBear t

Street Paving.


Not Quite Sufficient Funds in the Oit3
Treasury to Meet ;Note-City
Taxes Must be Paid
by Januaor 1.

From Saturday'e Daily.
The city council met last night in
regular session with the following mem-
bers present. Bruen. Wing Frecker,
Kruse, deArmas. and Webb.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read. after which the following busi-
ness was transacted,
A communication from J. C. Cleri-
hew read in which he stated that it
would be necessary for an ordinance
naming the bank in which the city
funds shall be deposited. Also that all
checks on the city funds be counter-
signed by some city official duly author-
ized by the council. He recommended
that the city auditor be named as the
one so authorized1 and that all checks
he made by city treasurer. He also
presented surety bond of tax collector

Sin bholdinsg on the
yI cavalryman is re-
most reduced to a
ns like the packing of
so as to balance a
possibilities, and the
long before he masters

of the govern-
money, there is
distant Secretary
not incline_ to
rnment can lleg-

be f

4k into and well educ
ost as high positions
tune, and the
states banded them t(
along After supper
return around the ca
et was tales of advent
nd has When I bad
t the walked away 1
eat su- ced back and
Nearly daily silhouet
* that the sweet stra
dashed the Wabash,"
ry few the pines.
washed the pines
rs, and LEF
to life
on that Col Bellinger a
every From Thursda
to- the Lieutenant (

,I -sweep"a onec
oa;BE~~r Oa~

ounOa ne men soia c united states troops. The Cobans ore-
ated and some had held lieve that in six months Cuba will be
The caprices of for- able to take over the island and elect
desire for adventure had a president. To this end, General
together. Garcia, through Senor Quesada, rill
-as we smoked our pipes present to Mr. McKinley the scope saqd
.mp fire, they told tales; purpose of the recent assembly, as *ell
lure in the far est. as the adequacy of the plan of govern-
le them good night and ment outlined.
nto the darkness. I glan-
aa the little group sat
tted against the firelight,
ins of "On the Banks O
floated softly u through RIVER RAIL
Movements of Vessel and Trains on
the City Water Front.
nd Assistants Depart for
Savannah. From Sunday's Daily.
-- The Benner line schooner Alice Ar hie
y'e Daily. Captain Arthur Gidds, that has been
Colonel J. B. Belltnr, anchored down the bay near Ballast
% of assistants left last
annah. After surveying Point for several day's, was lightered
there and installing his sufficient yesterday to proceed up the
ntees and applying many river. She pulled up to Gunn & Seek-
s, he wil retuforn t Tai- singer's wharf, where she was relieved of
through Port Tampa. it the balance of her cargo. She will
reliable formation that start for Port Tampa where she will
t has an option on the be loaedd with a big cargo c phosphate
hip Florida for regular
Port Tampa and Cua. for New York.
sed both for transporting John Savarese's steamer the M3lsle-
lpl as for embarkati3n of toe, arrived here yesterday afternoon
UInger has persstnptly from Sarasota and way points. She
rnament not to abandon had a cargo oP 00 boxes of orange
pont of embarkation, ow- and vegetables.
It-Jazilitlen for the rapid The steamer 'Manatee, Captain -Mason,
nsssc eods Intendehad arrived about 2 o'clock yesterday morn-
pacing the soldiers on ing from the Little Manatee wit- a
t the least inconvenience cargo of 1300 boxes of oranges. Later
S Captan Br wn as- in the morning she left on her return
tin to h oin Blavanah. trip with a heavy load of freight from
g to h Phillips & Fuller's wharf.
A (OLD IN ONE DAY The big steamer O.Terl, has been
.chartered by the Moblle Steamship
-e somo Quinine Tablets.
refund the money it it Company, and will hereafter make
25c. The genuine has L. regular trips on schedule time. She
tablet, will leave Tampa every Saturday even-
a, editor pf the Sub- Pe- ing at 5 o'clock and returning will leave
P. petersrg, was in the MobNe on Tuesday. The steamers be-
y in the interest of that longing to this company are picking up
quite a good trade among our mer-
chanta ifr thdr ratiri nmw

A communication was received from
Forest Bankston, In regard to the dis-
covery of a new material for street pav-
ing. After some discussion, it was re-
terred to the Board of Public Works.
A communication was read from City
'Attorney Whitaker, in which he gave
it as his opinoln that the F. C. & P
railroad company had the right to lay
a tiaok on Whiting street, and out on
the bulkhead when it was completed.
After considerable discussion, the mat-
ter was referred back to the city at-
torney with instructions to correspond
with Mr. Maxwell of the F. C. & P., and
ascertain if possible, how soon they
expected to begin with their work on
building the bulkhead.
'A petition from the property owners
along Zc.ck street, was presented, aak-
Ing that that street east of Florida ave-
nue be paved 50 feet wide with witri-
fed brick. The matter was referred
to the Board of Public Works.
Mr. Kruse, chairman of the commit-
tee on appeals and grievances, made a
statement in regard to the claim for
damages presented at the last meeting
by Mrs." S. V. Scull. He said that he
had consulted with Dr. Oppenheimer
and Dr. Jacdton, both of whom gave it
as their opinion that the lady was not
injured in the least beyond a slight
sprain of the ankle, and would be en-
tirely recovered in a few days.
A new ordinance was introduced.
providing that the paving on all streets
running east and west, north of Whit-
ing, south of Harrison, and west of
Marion be 25 feet each way from the
line" in the center of the street. It was
first read for information, after which
the rules were suspended, and It passed
ftrst, second and third readingrand will
soon be a law.
bWr. Precker introduced a resolution
calling attention to ordinance 112 wblch
provides for the payment of the citY
taxes on or before January st, and all
property on which taxes have been as-
sessed, remaining unpaid at that time
shall be advertised and sold on the
February sale day following. The
resolution was unanimously adopted.
He introduced another resolution ir
regard to the complaints for not pav-
ing a number of streets intersecting
with Franklin street, namely: Harrison
~to Scott, Florida avenue from 8th ave-

he Bo
ue a
ets are

L~ i L

the captaincy of the steamer Margaret. P
He has tendered his resignation to ac- otht
cept a position in the United States va
quartermasters department under CoL mina
J. B. Bellinger at Savannah. He will Oem
be superseded by Capt. White, formerly dr
of the Tarpon. The latter will take for 1
the Margaret out on her regular trip SOB
to-morrow. Th
The steamer Whitney of the Morgan to' s
Line, and the Mascotte will hereafter Tb
make regular trips from here to Ha- t An
vana on alternate days. or a
The St. Lucie will soon be put on for
a regular run between here and Punta Whi
Gorda. of c

Small Blase at Fire Chief H HP-r noum
House Last Evening. South

From Friday's Daily.
A fire broke out about 6 o'cloe yester- men
day afternoon in the second story of wenl
'Fire Chief Harris' dwelling house ad- sad
Jning the central fire station and
city hall at the corner of Florida avenue
and Jackson street. iMrs. Harris and
her little daughter were in the h an at

red at



The new school
cently purchased
L e Company, isx

am On'Bes
* NR VOgU into service n4t
The Crell *a

L a the head, the at of the
for swoma, an eaplatic sglal
Is wroeg with her flascisal
e larg7 ely ompae of naere-
eanagsssal that emse Sick
Scorrectedtheywillhortly pro-
daches. Dr. kena'sNew Health
taeted body out of erch danger
rerishd bloods d ait there is
Ition about the parts and they
gh to perform their fasctlou
taraily. There is anther kind
of hethche, the
ICAL '-P foftal wi
we=y woto. This is
by yawing, leaguor, chllineMs,
r peculiar emotional o mental
d by drwainsam. The night'
Ie. The pae grow mmo
sa" omnhig I. nh
a" foia i rmm forEa

return caro. De xmade by the cdty attornuyc .. Viis-
net Flora Mrange, re- Fire Chief Harris made a statement One small bottle of Hall's Great Di x -
I by the Crowell-Sasar- in regard to the powder, gasoline, kero- cover oures al Kidney and BIadde.
expected herein a week sene and other combustible matter trouble removes gravel, cures 'D-
sI- is now lcrading at that was stored promiscuously in the m
i a mixed cargo for different stores in a manner detrimental betis, seminal misdon, weak and lam
r arrival she will be put to the safety of the people and recom- backs, rheumatism and a llrreguiri
he Cohaen lie, mended that an ordinance be passed ies of the kidneys and Bladder in bVtt
varte schooner Ber ha compelling the proper storing of such men and women. Regulates bladdes
UW. I. -Aien, was articles. Referred to the fire commit-roube in f ot old b -
zem the ways yesterday tee. troubles in notsold by
en undergoing repairs. A communication was read from your druggiet will be sent by mal on TY AU
lendid abape for breast- Mayor Bowyer in which he stated that receipt of S One small bottle is two -
and will now make a note made by the city to New York
tween here. and Cuba. parties for $3,500 would be due on Dec. month's treatment and will eore M) oad ,
loading to-day witl a alst and that the total amount of avail- case above mentioned. H. W. HALL. At this M
mber for Santiago for able funds was $2,480. The deficiency 801le V*Arnftn5 h nervous at d
e in the erection of amounting to $1,0196 and after a P. O. Box T1, Wao., Texas. l ifet or
lengthy discussion in r gard to the "o b t r '.-_ cnt3no
e' steamer Mistletoe means of obtaining It. the matter was Sold by S. B. Leonardi & C., Tampal a
y afternoon from Sara- referred to the finance committee wvth ia. sweating fem
Points with a cargo of power to act. T spots. -Relle
ranges and 75 crates A nuor-. --* u REA TIS. all pair asd I
r the local market. She belong r in ... r blals and Fr
I good cargo thi. miv- for I 1i 0.alte. Texot. Oct. 14, 1898.-This is Sold Jy UI
rn trip. Mr. Kruee emad n a rrhe'-r". "ne soeP t tu certify that I have been considered for 25c. Tr-
Ilcyne is at the wharf charge tothe effect. that some one had incurabte by two good physician, both n O
cargo of lumber and collected $2.00 of impounding fees, and incurable by two good psytars, both
government works at had failed to report the money to the saying I had Bright's kidney dleaso
proper officer. It was referred to a After using one and one-haif bottles af SNACE
Manatee arrived on committee for investigation. Hall's Great Discovery, of Waco, I
with 1,000 boxes of After acting on a few bills the coun- think my troubles are at an end. -IvuL..
M anatee country. or ell adjourned. W. H. BROWN. a Aif It a
eks her daily cargoase Ii.LONa GTVeN t George HoteL
ne thousand ia. n,, oTr an&.'dsae
there are several boxes Mr. John J. Holmes, of the John 'W. Nh ttrs l
e It is certainly gratifying to the public Sibley Paving Co., who have the con- the- taSt
Lulu Francis, left the to know of one concern In the land tract for the pavtng of lorida avenue, o.rS O is
rdware for St. Peters- who are not afraid to be generous to ths exp mted tal has already been tsbot-dd ayla diw
the needy and suffering. The pro- It Is their desire to commence the isa 1 tftec
Ancient City left yes- prietors of Dr. King's New Discovery Ing of the brick some time next week. S
with a good load of BtIM S n. u. Al
tplie for Sarasota l na for Consumption, Coughs and Coldsi B. Kb 4IC A a .LVE w
have given away over ten million trial LS.- ,.
an steamer O'Ferri, of bottles of this great medicine; and have The best sAl* in the WWM-u r fcUM
at ^ ibeen chartered .the satifactlnn of knowing It has abo-o bruises. bores. lems salt rhi f "to
Kanis bp Company ar-
h-a& aerdarsAnd will lutely cured tho,v- of hopelim ors tsttar. wed C ahdscl,
we' ibe i able to po- cases. Asthma, Broncalts. Hoarse- or sad an U d- s o .f I a f t m
-..s:arS *about nas and Ui diseases of the PThroat. ,ad l yts eaM 9&1,
sJ .t'iiri gro- Chent Gad taga re i-esly oaredd by It. AWI- f
l S me draws Call n B. Le -onardi & Company
Ur r avreq oen'Idrucggists and gat -a trial bopt1e free. 3P5 I ii US-u.i> 7
Delar dise M ad a 5". er bot.PC 5 ?sa
tie uarante~or prifi fa ndOd& 0 '1.,





A Spanish War Veam in Put-s.u-
S ping o T... In ids)M

.pecial to the Tribune.
Port Tampa, Nov. 5.-The Sp a
Steam tig Rtaberto Roderigueas, n -
ved from Havana to-day towing the
barge San Ferdando, w"i wil lola
With cattle for Cuba. This is the ee-
ond trip she has made here since the
suspension of botlItIes, having left
this port on the U1th Inst with about
400 head of cattle. The Ewanberto
toderigue is a powerful tuo. haoin
triple expansion engine and'capalble
i of making Iknots an hour. he was
* built in England At the outbreak of
the late war she went into ~ommnlbton
as a Bpanieh gunboat, hut was soon _4S _S
captured and taken to New York 6ut
when hostIlIties were suspended was
released and Immediately went i to
butinekm in the cattle trade between
Port Tampa and kHvana. Ber Csap
A. Gair is a sociable Spaniard and will
welcome on board all who would li"
I to see a real Spanish ship flying tbeh" ,c
red and Yellow bunting.
The second Are in the coal yards was u d
Sextingushed a few days ago. The
coal here is a hot article. S
The revenue cutter McLane is here,
and it is expected she will remain sbe
time for her regular rest and repairs.
The Mciane Is perhaps, more famfll -_________
lar than any other cutter to the people i
of Tampa, and her offlcere-are among
the finest gentlemen in the service. t
The large schooner Tolofa, which was
due here ten days ago, has been re-, it
ported a total wreck of the coast of
SYucatan. Two of the crew were loet.
The steamer Margaret, Captain R
Warner, arrived to-night from S na-
.-e with SUi boxes of oranges, a large POuT TZ
amount of vegetables, and a number of
passengers. The many frIenliA of,-Arrival fat a. a
Cartain Warner. the notular an*4el ial PartLme Oa tto

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r 3t Wis A A. B. Vta and Charming John Gilbe a Pt nd tor selling Liquor ATTORNZY AT LAW,
Wil or ie in state and federal curt.
nomeZ -- T T-r-d a n Thato M10- 1egaJly. P. i, atstion given to ail tun-s-.
g ivg1 Dy. ~ecial to the Tribune. ba* Bansk Duadiag TampL, F
r'a troo Tarepon irlingB, Nov. 23.-John p .
=set 0 OV-er one hundred guests, young an bert, colored, who has a barber shop .KNIGHT.
Ml Wr-,urday veere to.the tnf hR I llo, and store in the Quarters, was arrested ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
ursday evening to witness the Mlonday and fined 11nd costs for II-
,e's 2U marr-age of -r. George Cole and legal liquor selling. In a dispute wth AT LAW,
In tsl 04.learl i Herrara. Iev E. F. Her- some white spongers aturday night he TaOPH, Ex. Nat Bank Bldg. ) FL.
_ this ric =j% & ths mrrese service In the was ahot In the right arm. The wound
t rider j.th fts, b lioage as the bride does not while not dMnfgelroue. is painful. the ball Joseph B& Wal
i 1 u E 4.'h th hno. Their attendants atenio Rive '. to,, ll ben
S $ ess tan slh. Their attendants entering just below the elbow and com-oh B. Wal, C. i,
S'islwer, "Sr J. Wilder and Miss Beulah Ing out near the &rist A a STEVENS.
sltre,3r EN. IPalmer resided at Cards announcing the maiae on ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
l tei the Orr The hall was tastefully 16th of X Ms. 1ary Adellne Thornton to O
ntM decorated with flags, flowers and potted Fred Medcalf at Nunda N. Y., have Willpraice in the United states circuit and
a in Plants. been received. The bride wa s formerly D sct Oorta
oS of I Cole Is a veteran, having served a resident ot this place and has many First National Bank Bullding, Tampa, Fla.
fE nder old fag In the sixties. He is iends here.
"P. na devote memler of the G. A ., an Thangsgiving service will be held to- H K. OLLIPHANT
pain a n ,ardent admirer of the Woman' Relief morrow at II o'clock am., In the Bap- ATT
SJolCn ~orps, Its aufllary. The corps pre- tist Church. Rev. S. T. Thomson of ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I. pared and served In honor of the oc- the Presbyterian church will preach Baa ow, FLA.
m twllwllns, casloa an elegant dinner, in the hall the sermon. Prompt attention given to 1i buni

ok wld s.o Nstherharp, was presented the haPPy a paisnfl accident last week. While RANK M. SIMONTON,
Sst Cmle k. Long may they live and pro5- playing on his father's workbench he
Me io per. CONTREBUTiD. fell, hurting his spine, which has never ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
bweE HOM been strong. ie suffers much palin,
nrbest hbut seems to'ie slowly Imprrorag. T mp. .... -ad iafretv Comfort! Os Time r Lw I
war e..1 11i. t i .S A band, composed of eight pieces. was
M i0.m..a . HOME ,U,,-organhized l al Friday" evening, with W. P,'N W0 wE Fi....nes........ lCuiin andHe t Fmbetoween4 Jefu- -Si --,MIAow v ....
,- : .- W.o t Parker as leader. ThFleet is composed of the foslowng Hlandsumoe ewSal ~t.ames
i m 4 Ii c i t Dr. J. J. a earce, Twie and diauhter, TTlORNEYS-AT-LAW, Comche new) Algonquin, Cherokee, es sl
S a t ime .o ditrion of to of Canneaut, Ohio, ar expected to a- Bamow, p O. eaa ota
WtEi ri ve t ewtbl Innttiom. v rivle tor the winter week. D.
a* : Rev. J. B. rppen went to Tmp on Oo in Brick Buldin a north sid sam s a tselppitedtma isoeadlissthe gs.
PM ee aI d Fridsay to &ttend t Cheltrlsan Endea- of Court House SQUoiNrFrom Juaekstsvil 5, P& .lo.,-l.s.i.ag a. IamtIa, oa
Sto hndeed ltea the nivl r stt convtao He will visit Pb romChAesm m C ..l....... ....... ... .... ..... .....e..~ i W lba-!S~ABa
m o the little ob the leo hs m foe Fr hrseaf cing se "Clyde es .e M lan e usJaherAL s t
h labitu rningt Rev. S.b. B. urrer supplied tawP.3o an .

S a s h o r t a i m s i n c e a a ttl o o pe r i p Lt i n t h e cia t b o dL R l n p L A W T S t e aMt as a e0 0 aD. .pp o i n t e d t o e e s tBl u af I, l pt lo vshsBne ws. "

tS S l o drtter s the b ~ W" cc1- h odrS n a moMT e a re 87e and n88 et Budi ng, orOr afllr walngar kt Jtoo 20W............... .. t Bay h t.. io aa
`m morn Fonr Cgoh a, A CS............... .... ISO, S;
I&Wn Ionen Ti othe r CC ay tlest Ires a nd two ebillrourenou
m w.t #At11 pa, o In the mbWer- arntvedthomeonl dac even trm S ~ D i .liihMrsr a Buc..,boath han-v^ .
e u n he oq ut rt In T ientucky. .

L tb w led fhout a et agn ror. (Fred lBarer, who Ma ber sund, in in" dy Mn e e fen at le.i vaF\ re ^o
l-lo te s 6m t 0e 741 not tSh, lt two months in the Nort ahr .n- C NewEenord d So sher LieN
i S t ohe. godliness,'bf leadnotle s and rived on Sundayg dliht. o dinnr. Are St Ap phinto -isal as folo, ss.
w rla rFrank Guthsie and-Cle renDe Playford FomFot f laa"StwtJac oo i% Y sils
SLa eb which a r tare enjoying a csudon tnhe i coast PLraL TFdos Br ,s ts e tih' s
S .,oovesed. ," ,nrg e s AT T" Q Clyde's St. John8 River L e e i.
s Ian Jce cwa; .so .ills, af rd. Enterprise Fla.. "d Isaedsie oL rdi aO athu ene t .eS L :-
MPA ileuroMaly dontea .their services, T -s.

I Wwd ate t at roodi e 1 Cun t The oder t ae
I`SIL me o alnstohln the rooft n one y. -y Ele.t ro, w yt r
5S -S~td Cw*neeWof the haRe were brought Waon rW ser Wleo oret s m i r
.11sdit W In t ramiss tunds to fur- C t to A FH WfJaok onv U
c a ll Aed CVn=o P o a By C t
teaf 0s wi nwbt newd ba e. F CA.EPTo a. aenho,
; ..W iMn wh ip c In wl ]h this call was met, From Frlday's oial- tio DITOR.-4 lmv 0 aboil Is appoloted to sil luows
wa sas b:mr ft'ttfelt nd generous. Thanksgiving Day was observed by ,vcna for jorpmlsdgi By Mn tmenly m Leave Jaoksons.!le .......... ................. 00p. Suday*, d'esd l mIL sea,
B At a aeo at the Thlanklvi n services Wilder., wagon master of tn . wagon pr Iruit y Cure Soroofpolaint
At theVavrousd ch urch.es to-day. traln treated hie fifty-seven drivers to f its powthe t Le :0 p.m.Ia joee..s e ..A s Itl e.... tArriv e iMW dt9
libi tM ase vbro lcbera.lu responded a most excellent dinner. In additIon c8:46 P.m.1o e....Palalka.. y..F.a. ......... ..-
i rWo s. w te wa reprsentatvae, of te varlo s to that, be had quite a company of t rd tao a or ia fro to e o.f::: your r:de t a .. .... ...
.. fa tori o a h or Cttys Individual friends to his tent for dinner. They who4Ce a I .....r.. l.o. we .:. fo. c........... '
s dtew. .W. i Dat aed l the emplo tles ot were composed of the following all tL thgoubif they il write me t. n
aBn&eD OB postoffioeemployas. residents of this city: 'r. M L.. pleApotofikcead 1Secs- 60:oo a.m. ............Blue .prings. ..... l :m.
Ssai -Mm Masa Bs. amid the em- White and Miss Nellie White. ,isst nn- k. AO.1rl.C., t l S.llst. Arrive 8:30 aCm.l.. ................. IUn rord.r a ....... I" m
-.- Peb of 'Cohen.. Ldmann & Co., gave o le Coutte, rs. Lendle Griffin, Miss oth Edp, n sa d BSand e am i 9:11 am.1......m...........Enterprie.................. : .
'- 5a ad In to 5Ltul JoI." Jennie Kennedy and M3r. and lMrs. H. H. N cO e smt lsP t aw ir Co
T "Open the door for the children. M. Fisher and children. General Passenger and.Tioket Offfce, 204 West May St., .- a:elo
bo City Tenderly gather them in." The large table was spread in ilr. -
i foded Wilder's tent and fairly groaned with -ON-REISDEN"T NOTICE W.H.Wrbt, .T.P.. GTP... hi Ioemos, 7.
lovenOm f rit pqprmge s a bountiful sruply of roast turakey- I. lhowlcs Orson, o Neef19. a. Ho wut Bay
.I WriurlIn -u- rdroast pig, corned beef army style, pies. In Circult Court, Hlolsborough Count)', .. Jeao vlle. F ay 'at BeF S- ,
) wlme s WUlbur hiver Arrested on a Charge cakes, hard tack, cranberry sauce, table Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida, TIbeos. O. Eger, i'..I., .Bowling Omnc, Now Yort.
iL tia ml s of Cattle Stealing. wine and numerous other delicacies. in chancery. B.dward A. Hunting Bowling Green, N. o m. P. CLYDt C t.,Oeserl Af l1.D lV l -
- The drivers, cooks, and In fact all those_ "'_ __
w St pelela to the Tribune. connected with the camp were served as executor, etc., vs. D. S. Buchan-
Sbesnd Kslmoee, TNov. 3--Yesterday att.r. with the same quality of a dinner at an eL al. Foreclosure. 4 464444 66644#6( t) $4 $44*tlll
moon Wrt Manni and Burrel Yates Mr. Wilder's expense. It is needless This case coming to be heard upon 4
IL It'Of broughtt Wleisern Shver totown undhr to say hat those who participated did
aret abutyaht 1re tu applrstion tor an order of publications
bh arm-t and delIvered him to the author. ample justice to the occasion. ItodLrectd agaInst the defendant J. )0
I arrested for tttle stealing and placed there was little left at the close of the Lsfacton o the Cleri of said court up- 0 1-
vebs.W" _W under SUM0 bond to appear at the festhrites. iIsaction..o the Clerk of said court uv- 40ro4
1 btIng term of aort. re did not Lp-Just oresttng down to avit led with the bill of com-
wbwu nar e m ind 5 forfeited his bond, which his the entire crowd. including the vgltors, plaint in sad cause that the sald defen-
heai dant 'Is a non-resident of the State a.
Va anng ;n have sines eid- drivers, mess hands, mules and wagons of Frida and a resident of Monroe, '
Patenty the stock men of this county were drawn up together and M3-. Allen alton Countyda Ga.d Is a rend over then Forget Th
M have itoered a reward $100 for the the srotographer took a picture of the TFalton Cnty, Ga.. and over there a .e
arr' "st of cattle tIleves and the county group. of twenty-one year It I therefore ribne is
IItb "Vw.l C Csyidomners have offered a like MLr. Willder 4Is one of the most popular ordered that you J. G. Lawrence do T.n
aanountn vSver was again released and efficient men in the employ of the anPPe to the bill of crpalni on or P.
dwS,0 WOW WWI o 31.50 to &Wa&t the cUM- government here. He has been in t~he before the bpth day od Decemer, A.D. i
...... 4 toCOW During thi after- regular army Cor the past 18 7-ars, and ,4.
t -b .h1-4 Mast bP-nlng wan as-rented and In the government servIce nearly all HIs entered against you.
--Agana& 1Wlll &V cattle fgk lhi lie. M6seen muc- h hard service It Is further ordered that a copy ofe e
~io 5d ht who drew hs wagon master that has been located in bune, once a week for four consecutive ..
j s.lpg but ddd desithe Faonnda camps. His home In weeks tothesaid thdayof Deomber, Deco ba
-to ait the mlog term of conr, life has been spent In the WFesternt ler C cour ni
R .KB&UEi DEAD, 32 wagons 192 mules 0 horses and Com.+tnant.s Solicitor P
tfity-seven men. His camp is Sept as By D. B. GIVERS. D.C. C,
Cefl d tism Died Last Night neat and clean as a newr floor and his L H. L. Mlitchel Clest Clrcudt Court @ .
.. stp. Diuseas. makeel Influence over his menprevents for said coonty. hereby ceif thathe a.
any attanrtts at rowdyism. fore is a true copy of the order o1 -" ."
r. hp,~fon flied In th a-oresai cause. + .
Mr. J. K. aIamnanar, superintendent A. J. Dtckenson, representing the Wlitas my had and offcia s at . O ll
ltO~ t SI-Mh :M ea ~Rsme Compane s ,r'ankin Creamery Company of Frank- .Tapa this 4th day of Nov., A. D. li. ".
ebi in this ity and a well known E L. MITC33L a.
an~P d highlyrspeeted oeUisen, died very tin, Tean., was In the city yesterday. Clerk Circui Court 0'
tuseng.el t at Sin last sight with heart MLa was on his way to port Tamnpa where By D. B. G IVER, D. C. :
se T. 5 had been ahe met a party f -rom Havana to ne-g-
1 ..,._JmqL~Llllhe, day, adm W55t hffiS tis for a share of inc Cuban butter DIVORCE NOTICE.
S fi~ ~0~l 'do 'c-loclk l the afternoon, tryae He called on a number of mer-
"C" llll-' ll theT biwf tha he chalts wehlle here among whom were a In Circuit Court,= Eliborough County, '

rf aML a Sbywe'ias wanasummosed onL' "O* .oe s-w. axthn Judicial Circuit of rlorda,
as-s0.gaht pscsd to, In Chancery. Kgdgt.el A. oj, : Looking for the lowest- h.iA4NE- IM
s as- vs. ktalla tlsnbeahex de Montejo. .- : ,
th as te beaul presence lot n de Th cause ng on to be eard
a rtertol e I fatde.r a nde Pa whIch he contemplates In the upon application for an order of publ 4 and- ay mo
Se L t PsPs ""1fr. o t for distant outure the erection of a cation directed against the defndst
--~ o- ~~~.~ia~I~SlrM-"P,+ "or ,r ri dwici-e-.d The dace IaN Malia Sanchez de +ntejo, and It o nlor wor&P. b 10-t
O ABLETS. Cuknown as lot and f a part of lort 9 at pear ng to ethe mati nationn of the Cler

d 10Ma l s.teitn yDr. Butler ot Of mb. Nab,.throgh the the said defendant ao o wn-reddent 4r f --
s IAb.la r. e atis. s ode do- e agency of Hendry & Wght. the li ate of orida, and ti a remdent a

The TrnPibn JiAkg Ro
Ss e "e and ftther- .T of the City of i cuvana, Villa7 Nueva 1 4.
-h S fti ae el w i andI ith Islaid of Cuba, and over the age of
fti 1i C m't PYOREIAwe Make Blan. twenty-one oeokars. n
-i- WIt Is therefore ordered that you
TABLETS. Clcuit of the State of Florida in to the said l 1 of compeant on lor t e- :
s e e Fee andg Cu ty fore the 4th day of Feb., A.D., u a a 19IA TIe. ls Re

n r. d for g Rs :boroh County-, ir SHE A &
a decree pro confeso will be entered

Tar WW F r -y. a ndr l ity"" T e b 7% en erC Y Buldsing Ot 0U..
r[Q i tent. all Chanw .en sseocat on a or porlain In ist you ordered that a copy of I w
vL. oh B. B rowning and '- ne B. this order be pobashed in Tampa Ir- : 0 .
ra r the WPit Under asSbIy s-tuof ai buns once a week for sight consecutive
M trrhe.i f A, o fa der an&d by virture aofa oee ofa oweekl prior to the Cold th day o U m
teXa FV aC. ~- b l P. leisure of mortagerend, on the Febrary,-A.D., 5r dBH. oL'MI fL. The Tril... -
n ie 2 day of October. A.. V.. IM, by theH. Ii. s Ex A f.
rMiai hr- ort e ron Phlllps, jvdr of the Cterlk IruSt Col rt.
i *i8lni0ddlS'he Ol lh"los t Circuit Court. of he ixth udlclal fly D. B. GIVYbNi, C. -
teaeatALao Clcut of the Btate ofeFlorida, .o ta In WLLS & LT ..-
Bh 1;ThL of^ the a thm oseryd in favor of the Ybor C: ti ,tldn IIeet: i Atchel I Clest Circuit Court ,
I.^MIsM oner C. l P. a& L A n Assclastlon, and aInt Jouann for a*d county, hereby certtfy that the 4
1100m. on a* IN V_ & P. sadO B. Browning and Jane H. Browning, I foregoing a true copy of the order of 01'
$IQ .h o tea" aSeKreyS. SS1^ 41 -u,. Woea i Maske BlpankJBM2. 0 WeflBatkBooks, TmO. -
t tl d the Tribune o sel l at public outcry, In trnt of publication IBed In the eorsitM ca0me. Wa B k T
tI eltto the court homue door in the city of Witness my hand and Official sea at
Woud ans the ws"tSa4wtu TampM. Ln saideountyand state, with- Tarppathisl2stdayofNov.. A.D.. 18Mj. tt4 4 0 *4h*4$4ltS *4
a"I par- heabou hers of sale, on the 5th day H. L LtT CrtEPOIM
M&taI DabeL 0D,,,rA-t D., 16A. the same being Clerk of Circuit Court. e
the first Monday in said moos-I. By D. B. GfVEMr, D. C.
In th f c ash to he highest and+
,o ,bdorangeSHEA &KRAUS &
SMOND was as ttheifolyo- win pieces parcel or ulw NOTICEf OF FINAL SETTLEMrEwNT.
olTrle a pleas- land. Situate, lying and being in the "
-Thiem has haag a ~easity ofH1lhsborogh- and State of Six months- after 'he date hereof, I
SFloridaa d des r bed as U.ows, to- wiA present to Q County- JdlOf Foundry. ?A rewhie *iad BOHM :
:Jlm ra it 700M e wMh iThe muth thIrty-five teet of lot Hllsborough County, Florida mn p
I1A_ + L wlr C,. b m m an two. of 0_etional block twelve, ant the epunt and v chers as anexe otria Of-- .
middle lot of frnetlonal block twelve. the wil of James g. Van Sibber, d- -New Ir. c. a"d W. DegaS. M ssslaSte.
'- u By 8t together bse IMa paal Of land, oegln- ceased, and wll naak msy final -ettle-
;Aae, gNIEW at the somthwet corner of Alo meant a such exeutr Dted thi SPEOILTEHe B stng.
block agd ruWong north seventy fee t; lthi day s A Sirs1 Oaiss OtOI(
--A.CM FeEr tNo. envda ib to eundary oa sid dTAY A V HIBBM Works. Store F-rIw -
bki0r. tunssonsh1 a yeventy-one and sctisL.
c ,o t. one apre a t. esOt; AW Stanmbdlt 8tda0m7 X arid7seaoass. OuzloWupan
PL, OL AMW - to #liF ogQl mlorPO- MOT~CD F rr8~~~Q. OintfT~ rie~eie'ads~


Lik- -sift kn4-hml

M ikne AM.

$Wa wa. a
' X-dsd~ ~i ext

eelin sme Uthat the course they wit
siopt toward us will be that directed
y honor, JUStice ad right."


jianotloa Ignored by the P. 0. & P
R. &ad Its Attorney.
From easa D's Daily.
The InDfnttoa n it against the F. C
k P. Railroad Company, recently:
rarht t ~iumoat and Gibbons, attor


WI pet on The
SM9 Nayma

AS a tended the track afong the river
front. They failed to pot tn an 2P-
pesasae to make any reply to the. in-
On Saturday morning the complain-
ir Way sat through their attorney served
S tie on the C. & P. officials, their
agenHm= ad a~grne% CoL Peter O.
Knit to appear before Judge Phillips
Son Friday, Decemr r when a rulng
ttaUo w tlU he iued sainat said ratroad
wssd omoapaw, to heohw cause why they

kintibC p Al dmanitlt Ippitem ud
i. tGnftdt ar i rlem r emw t.


srignat Because Wants the United States to Aid in
anmmn d Some Paying Cuban Soldiers-Satisfied
s-Auguata to Abide by Any Suggestions
a nad.. Americans May Offer.

P. tSpecial to the Tribune.
25.-Rev. J. T. Havana, Nov. a6.-Dotr'ngo Mendez
pulledd from the Capote, late Vice-Presidnt of the Cu-
l Georgia confer- an republic, and now president of the
larges of immor- Executive Commission representing the
w well known all General Asseembl of the army, said this
was at one time morning tha t twa his belief that the
minister of the future of Cuba would inevitably be an-
ed that he was nexation to the United States. This,
ruomising position he said, was the natural outcome of re-
Atlanta, who was cent events, but he denied that Cuban
s church in that leaders have that aspiration.
The independence which so long ani-
mated the Cuban people is to be tem-
VIOHT. porarily satisfied. They wish for a
short time at least to see their own flag
elled in an Open waving over 'Free Cuba." They rec-
bama. ognise that annexation would come and
, that shortly, and by the unanimous
r. L-Two dead voice ot the Cuban people themselves,
uly wounded an bst they desire to see the cause for
I the -rmult ,-u which they had fought crowned with
tie in caS pbe- the success it deserved
P3 over an heur "We are now engaged in examining
~ demmB n in records and issuing formal commissions
m deadly lmmple- and certificates to the officers add men,
reach and m- many of whom were without these, in-
qaring into the length of thel service
and generally making the way smooth
TLE. for speedy dtibandment. When the
eommnualon, which has gone to the Uni-
ted States return, which I expect will
.--The great be in about twenty days' time, the as-
sen the distrb- sembly wil again be called together
^of cosmer- for final disposal of this matter.
Sfor veral '"The object of the commission is
i at i. Ths two fold. Te frt and most important
aL their doom will be an endeavor to raise a sum to
sedto work pay off our troops, either wholly or in
rgflu edinom- l pa.t. I may say the United States
.i. dtfr endL government will be asked to factliate u
in raising this sum. We will endeavor
K NEEDD to obtain sufficient to pay the army in
fulL If that is impossible we will dis-
icause His lann- tribute the sum obtained pro rata and
give a note tor the balance.
emThe second object of the commission
is a political one, about which the only
statement I can make is that it is to
aweutbmerittf obtain an expression on the plans of the
Ie submitted & United States government with a view
to tho se tato hearty co-operation in carrying
ed rMte ofl the them out; .also to put before the gov-
He rIosms they ernment the views of Cutban leaders.
'He is very much "I may state emphatically the com-
1 u1oOfthe part mission has not been authorized to ac-
is generally e- cede to any scheme of annexation or
mt several of anything save our complete indepen-
be very difficult dence, The desire for independence has
find a fsulcient never been stronger among the Curban
rho do not favor people than at present. Our feeling in
this respect is u whakable and the coun-
try I believe is with us. If a general
plebiscite were taken to-day I believe
ninety-five percent of the people of Cu-
EDs ha would vote for independence.
At th same time we recognize that
annexation to the United States is in-
n Which En i- evitable. We believe it will come nat-
ug__ne Wrecked urally, that it will be by the almost
nfuie Wr~cXd unanimous wish of the people, and that
the time will not be long before this
wish is expressed, but we desire rirst to
-A horrible ac- see established that for which we have
O-day, resulting fought and for which so many of our
er Ed. (Ofen of bravest and best men have given their
rim the pa sen- live--tbe Republic of Cuba.
to Gainesville. "We believe the United States is go-
pen's train was ing to help us realize this wish. We
:i to allow the have faith that they are bona fide, and
main line of the are willing to do everything. in our
boiler exploded power to carry out their views. What-
scattering the ever reports ol the contrary may be
action. Green circulated, the Cuban leaders are in
Sengine, and he hearty accord with the United States,
feet in the air. and are willing to ac.ede to whatever
onlookers that may be proposed by the American gov-

in purpose& H e is acting quarter- VITOR load of oranges, tomato .nd 208 bm r-. ilaspsmsvee~ c
mater In CoL B r's absence, and UKD VIITO rels c salt fabs A number of passe as one talvi
is esteemed by all of his employer for -*
his courteous treated In all matters A few wen known citizens of Tampa, Sere 'rom several of the -wary points great united ps ce oX t
pertaining to the quartermaster's de- endeavored to lease the aneceptuble were on board. a. State have cnst ai 'e
ar-tment He s rste Co eel s ,,. -,- txi viearnle e of a few Chicag o friends Sun- .... ., .

a1-Bt S e nPsa Urmap ie cteu or Unger to-morrow morning as there are day evening. The party of lade and Prt V ., ^ f
,My em,- eamt not dobeyn the InJunction, manythings to be done before Colonel gentlemen visited the colored ibethodist her regular trip at a late hew on MXa-- C
sn Re S. nauw s 'VTRY I. Bellinger locates permanently in Sa- church, and was treated with marked day night She had on bod a care' to
aV6 WW.Wls VERY ILL. vannah. respect by the ushers who gave them of 900 boxes or oranges a lame amount mo
--Tbn- comfortable sets in the rear a the
an E 3-Shedase Division Passenger Agent W. V. Lif- churh. Everything passed off etlyof veslesan eral
as Wltthe saLts o pris r on Del telegram late lat evnins, announcing damsels entered and commenced titter- Phhlips & Fuller'a wharf with a heavy ai
a w ern vm s sl tri tie r from .a tri-weekly service between Port Tam- ng. The noise aroused the worth of cargo of general merchdise a v-
,where vir pdtenwion over the receipt pa and Havana.,Tha names of the the minister, and the distance from the the
S tI n besse d ble fr her mEnd band steamers are not mentioned, but it s pulpit to the rear of the church con- a e, m wh we ti
SI4seed v d l tlts her mind s presumed that they will embrace the fused his eyesight, and it was a case btM. General Rifgin of Bralc town ofa
a ecta we a r by s. teamers Grand Ocheese. Maacotte and ot mistaken identity. Te parson pro- and J. (A. ML IGrabW of this city, who fev
brwo AT A* altinre Fiorida. aiiing days mil be Monday, claimed in loud terms that it was a s on his way to Braidentown to look ovw
Trsday, and Sat urday, Mr. IAfey down right shame for poor white trash
tbiht oegitalist, who has been 1 Jacksonville and hMs asKlstant Mr. Jones, are doing to come to his church and disturb the after the interests of the Igobir steam-
hatW 'al rS, t ln ta2 le a week f*iOltd great work for the system and they gospel. and he wanted it understood ship Company. Mr
t:6 h i returned to Tampa and made have two able passenger agents In that none of his congregation had at- A large miuber of men are at work 1Be
the 1 lss cSa yesterday. Mees ers Dils and Clark. tempted such a role at any of the white. dock oadi a a
i B e is very mock loe-ted with this churches. The party took the rebukeatthF.C.&r.d&n a
b rem"" sy" ad things it i sna rt~lt fttre. Manager E. L Gross, has made ar- in good humor, but like an Arab quietly her o barges with wlldwood rock for the
L. Hid ti. 't i t. i a most excellent gentle" "" rangements with Mr. W. H. Maynor folded their tents and sneaked away. the goverameut wOrt at Ewmont Key. '
f o dt iw ar n. vast experience, to give dancing lessons at the Ballast It is surprising the amount iat atsertal
there- and osidred OMe of the srewdet Point pavtllion three nights each week. Mr. Joseph T. Ball will leave in a few a supplies being sh h
t Sas e isr In the South. He will re- It is easected that a large class will be days for Porto Rico where he has a re- tothekey romth ity Th wn m t
as om In1 in TTampsl for several weeks yet. organized as the charge will be only sponste d lucrative position with o eneomthisity T namberog
one d!Ullar for six lesons. onsible and lucrative position with of men given e oyment T
S le reg lar monthly meeting of the the government Mrs. Ball and child- nearly ie nde and the payroll aa 'T
C1' Tampa Wree Kindegarten Association, Subscribers who do not bat their paper ren will go to Thomasville and remain becme qlte an Item am al a a
lKL p -w1Bl ebehld in the ktdersrtlen room regularly will confer a great favor on there with relatives for several weeks. become quite hr it near all spDl ke
on. Phu O sday. WDeember Ist at $tO p.m. this office by reporting the fact at dance. Tampa Darts with the. excellent peo- A Oobines man we has recently been ct
t i easestl desired tht altl who are Phone 176 and the matter w4l be recti- pie most reluctantly and wishes them down to the key stated yesterday that -
W fsat reted the work wil attend. fled. all the success and prouperalt that can be understood It wold t t
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SThe Landing of Marines in China At a Special Meeting of the Cabinet.
May Make Serious Trouble-Brit- McKinley Refuses Spain's Re-
ish Hoist Flag on Island quest for a Modification
of Chuson. of Demands

Special to the Tribune. p Secial to the Tribune.
w ashington, D. C., Nov. M.-The ad- ashington, Nov. 26.-A special meet-
vance guard of the next sesEcon of Con- ing of the commission was held to-day
gress began to arrive to-day. Chair- to consider a request from Spain ask-
Sman Cannon of the house ccnmmntee
on appropriations was among the first ng for some modification of the recent
to arrive. He has already begun work ultimatum regarding the Philippines,
on the estimates relative to the extra- and also for extension ot the time limit
ordinary expenses of the army and for a reply. After a careful consnita-
navy. It is predicted that this will be tion of the matter McKinley cabled to
one of the most important items con- Spain that the ultimatum could not be
sidered at the coming session. There changed in any particular. The Presl- a
is a wide difference of opinion in regard dent received information during the
to further appropriations that will in- day that the Spanish commissioners at
cur a big war debt and the discussions Paris bad made no reply. The time
will no doubt be quite lively, limit expires on MoLnday.
Special to the Tribune. Special to the Tribune.
Washington, D. C,, Nov. 26.-The Uni- San Francisco, Nov. 6.-The magni-
ted States navy has landed marines in floent coast line battleship Wisconsin
China. This news reached here to-day was duly launched here to-day in the -
and t I caused the greatest apprehension presence of thousands of spectators
in the war department. The news was who mantfested great interest in the \
very meager, but it is believed that the proceedings. (Miss Elisabeth Stephen- '
guard landed from the Charieston at son christened the vessel for service in
Tien Tsin on information of rioting or the Pacific squadron. The winsome
attacks on missionaries. Secretary little Miss Gage the eix-year-old
Hay declares however that they are daughter of Governor-elect Gage of s -o
for service in guarding the American Wisconsi, touched the button that
legation at Pekta. The poaosi ot the sent the ship into the water.
Dowa4er Emaress is causing consider- -
able alarm. MOWVINGO TO M AOON.
IAMoIBD INCHI.NAATrasWN. Special to the Tribune. -
--- e hKnogvlie, Tenn., Nov. 2.-The First "
special to the Tribune. West Virginia regiment that has been s
San Francisco, NOV. 2.--t in reported located here for some time, received "
in this city to-day that a genune case orders to-day to break camp and leave
of bubonio plage has broken out in at once for Macon.
(TOinatown The city board of heath
is taking vigorous precautions to pre- eain t r
vent its further spread. The report I
has created the greatest excitement in I f
the immediate neighborhood. should U V
there be any further spread of the dis-
ease there will be a general stampede. Bartello Feasting on Fih and Cane t
Special to the Tribune. Knight'es Station, Fla., Nov. 6 .-Mr.
Indon, 'Nov. 26.-The British Ad- J. L. Burroughs, the popular agent of
miral has hoisted the Union Jack over the F. C. & P. at Plant City, has been
Ting Hal, capital of the island of in Jacksonville for the past few days
Chuson and over several other islands on businese. During his absence is
in the Cruson ,Archipelago. charming nine tenth has been rusti-
eating in the vicinity of Knight's mak-
HAD A BIG TIM` in glad the hearts of relatives and Back o every smooth performance plain of ee
L SundaysDaily friends. Although this young couple there is an amount of preparation, other Ildltn o v
Lrom Sundayh Dally. have been married for three long re n to our eparton S m
J. W. Dozier, the affable F. C. & P. months, it is very evident that their study and rehearsal that soon tells on o I our p sroitoI a
agent returned yesterday from Jackson- honeymoon has not yet grown old. May the health o every actor. It is signl- KA%- cV
vile, where he attended the gala week it last a thousand years. flcant how unanimous men and women De WolfHopper, Amerio
i'Grandma" Rodgers. of 'Millard, Fla., in professional life, whether actors, edi- ular cominedlaw tgS
festivities. SHe is loud in hn praises of is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nat Haw- tort, teachers or physicians, are in re- from the Kckierbock
the exercises throughout and sl:aks of thorne. guard to Paine's celery compound. As York sayI: .
it as the finest event of the kind ever Cane grinding is about to commence. a nerve tonic for the exhausting strain 'I cordially re6onaend.
held in Florida. He in company with If there is anything that we love with of their professional duties nothing compound as beinl
a number of other leading railroad men our whole stomach, it is a fish fry, and else does the work of Paine's celery etous '
from different parts of the State were if there is any-thing that we like better compound. When the history -f I
given rooms at the Placide Hotel where than a fish-fr-, it i. another one, just A testimonial taken at random from compound is studied itla
they were provided with everything as soon as the program can be arranged the many that are constantly received stood w y itp ppalarit'
that would contribute in anyway to the but we cannot accept all the invitations from the theatrical profession, says: PaJn e oeisry opo 4i
occasion. They were treated with the we receive to attend these soul stirring / NEW TORK CIrT, Sept. 16. 18i. famed 'disceieryof Pro6
utmost consideration. Mr. Dozier encampments, a depleted treasury, and Wells .Richardson & Co., Pbhehs .ekL ,- :
thinks he-voices the sentiments of all a somewhat reduced wardrobe, etc., etc., Gentlemen:-If others have been materla melcM japtTrts
in saying they were highly appreciated. & etc., prevents, yet although it is rain- helped by Paine's celery compound as Prof. Phelp nualetas
ing at the present writing, we almost decidedly as in my case I do not wonder tablished hBItopetfst -
PLEASANT ELNTERTALNTMENT. wish we had attended the meeting at at the enthusiastic testimonials this among his proiasipWas U
"Rice .'11" on the Black water. The remedy is constantly receiving. If I He was talty awlliestt
From Tuesday's Daily. house will be called to order by Hon. hai never heard a word as to its re- tendait upon thsAsrsee
A. crowd of young people went from C. L. WBder, our new tate repreeenta- m -' .ble invigorating capability, I ing, and he oaoht dfflll
this city to Thonotoeassa on Saturday Ive. Several mernbeTs of the chairman's cou" unhesitatingly recommend it from common-sene res dytl
night to attend a grand entertainment family will have seats on the floor, and my cwn experience. As a fact, many thb comnn levels, -w
will also our most estimable neighibor of my, professional friends have been same and apother.es
given at that place for the benefit of Mirs. J. A. Barry and her two accom- urging me to try Paine's celery com- healthy state ofI the --er
the plascopal church. They arrived plbshed daughters, 3s. Foulkes of New pound. It proved to be the very thing His labors ersaonCS
home at an early hour on Sunday morn- Orleans, and fMrs. Du Bee of Kansas my tired system needed to overcome the success% and he ga he o t
ing, and report a most enjoyable time. City, Mo. If there is anything landing exhausting effects of close application feslon the celebreted :-
Ohe entertainment was first-class in in the way of human personality to t& stage work. I am recommeoWgI has .won word-wiid* fa i
every respect and the crowd numbered make the gathering an enjoyable occas- It to all my friends whenever tbhy comn-r celery ospond,. .-
over two hundred. One of the most ion, we do not know what t is. Wit,
Interesting features was a debate nn meriment d s good humored repIartee '
the subject, '"Resolved that the works will flow like water. W" H
oart re re pleasing to the eye thn Or poet oead of the raly and tried PLA 4
the works of nature." The affirmative to attend, he said his soul longed for
and rWalter Crum of Tampa, and the cied him in the back shed, he is now .-o
negative side was handled by Prof. quietl feeding ongritsand white meat. Intesting News dmong the News N -
Blgs and Rev. Waddel of Thonoto- qttetfeedl on^i andwhtemeat nfO m P d A8hngt] .V^I--
ease. After a Ulvel eslnaon last- ewoat ti mo ing be:or tPP
hi about one hour the judge retired teltwart this morning l-e j
and in a few minutes brought in a ver- Oh, the frying of the fishes as they siz- The schooner Nettle slpea, Capt. Plant City, .a No.,
diet in favor of the aimative. The zle n the pan, Te cooner Nette shipman, Ca. Plant City lT .
ladies of the church gave a most de- s a sound my soul has cherished ev-er Baynor, belongin to the ,enner line Shannon left on edm6
ightful supper, consisting of the moet since my life began, arrived yesterday from New Tork with Jonesboro, wIaS wL isb 4
seasonable deiicacies. They recalled HBow I long to feast my eyes upon the bl caro of general merohandise con- and the children as 'ac
about $0 as a result of their labors. trout and Jolly brim 0 m ^ rBS
As they saisle, sasile, stasie in the akil- signed to Gunn & ger din will M. a Se.ra,
TO CIRE A COLD IN ONE DAT let dark and grim. be munloaded at.the wharf to-day. ltenda here vaprt --
The schooner Alice Ambher. Caaafitn Paat City, tat
TakeL native Bromo Quinine Tablets. I have heard deep notations of the kOb, has fns ufsodlrg and wl -their stay selaiotbes
All druYgists refund the money if it -ocean's sullen roar,
falls to cure. 6c. The genuine has L I have heard the pitter patter of the leave this morning for Port Tampa Mr. X .. 0ssdr lx St1S
B. Q. on each tablet, rain drops downward pour., where she wil take on cargo of phoS with the arma.stolk,
I have Reard the sweetest music that phate for 'New York. There were mf im B1
Captain Brown, who has so ably rep- e'er fell from lis of man: ; ae teaer to itn th -ri ni +
resented the government here, is tsusly But there's nothing like the sile of the J n Svh s stre M hlt da It P i r .iS
engaged mapping out plans for large fish within the pan. Captain Thompson, arrivedd yesterday J.3a. iorbi, t g
shipments of lumber to Cuba for build- --Bartello. afternoon from asaota with a ull D eLrad su otLnre Hi l



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