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EL, PASO DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901. Link and Pin. operators and to be a benefit to a sec- f H. shops to accept one as clerk for a tion of country the railroad must be I large wholesale house in San Antonio, will leave tonight for the Alamo City to commence work at his new job on Monday next. George has been ready to go fo rseveral days but he had to stay and entertain his l:ttle niece until its papa came back The Mesa Wells of The G. H. are enclosed with brick walls and are mostly betneatn the surface of the earth. At present two of the engines are pumping directly through the pipes which conduct the water to the tank In the G. H. yards, but after a while they will all be used in pumping into tanks near the wells, for it Is the in tention of the company to erect two other tanks of the same capacity of the two already erected, which is 50. 00t gallons each. ' The pipe through which the water comes down to the yards is an eight- S. P. system. WILL GUARD THE RECRUITS. Eleven soldiers, consisting of a lieu tenant, a sergeant, a corporal and eight privates, came in on the G. H. this morning anil will remain in El Paso until the train load of recruits. which are on the way to the Philip pines, reach this place. Lieutenant L. Inch main, four miles long. The pres- P. Schindel, of company K, First Uni sure thus afforded at this end is seven- ted States Infantry.' located at Ft ty-elght pounds to the square inch. Leavenworth. Kan., is in charge of the Mr. Erf man who has been sunerin- men. who are from companies K. and tending the work of erecting the build- of the same regiment ines at the wells and also the gates ' These men were ordered to Kansas and towers at the street cross ines in City to Join the large party of recruits, town, will leave with his men tomor- j which are on the way to the Philip- row for MarTa. where tney will erect a iinea. ami Kimra mem mrougn 10 Ban new depot. After the depot is finished Francisco, but the recruits did not they will return and build the other ;come through Kansas City and so they tanks at the wells, cell the numo house missed them. Then the lieutenant and and do what other work is necessary to his squad were ordered to come on to make the arrangements perfect in ev- ''-l Paso and join them here. ery particular. I They understood that the recruit nthor mnfomniitMi enninmonta are 'train, consisting of eleven coaches and n eiwtrie nht rfvnamn to Heht the containing about 400 soldiers, left building and at elephone line to con- ; Houston this morning at 3 o'clock and nect it with the omces or me company "m" ' " '"6"i- mey in town. I "cam uuiumg 01 me reported mu- Some of the exnenses necessary to I ""?',. "ey. rea.cne? Paso an(l . ,Lln tw.,wc,tt,--aA fmm tta, uulll Ul lilt? IIlHlltT IS wells on the mesa to the yard tank are "L I!c7,Its drun ,t m j I I v. du.i "CIC linviUK UIU a EUUII repairs, oil and gasoline, the latter be- Ti ' 1 . ing probably the biggest item, as It re- U"i.- ZZ ".!" It. J" forlen quires about 120 gallons of the fuel oil VLT 7 , 5?1 -verv twentv-fnnr hours to run the ?ea.tS t0 keeD them from living the i i train. iour engines. prosperous. A prominent G. H. railroader said this afternoon that word had been re ceived here that President Hays and party had gone down into Mexico over the Mexican International and will come into El Paso over the Mexican Central one day next week. This Is possible as it is understood that Mr. Hays is out foi the purpose of looking over the interests of the S P. and the Mexican International is a part of the I Will Be Allowed for the Mining Exhib it at Buffalo, with Some Prospect of A HUNDRED SQUARE FEET OF SPACE More. As the visitor to Ft. Bliss reaches the foot oi the steep approach tothe level top of the mesa upon which the fort is situated he hears a popping that set3 him to guessing whether the soldiers have fallen out among themselves and are fighting it uot or are indulging in promiscuous pistol practice. But when the level Is reached the discovery is made that the sounds emanate from a bis square building with four cupolas a short distance off to the right of the approach. The building is the pump house over the mesa wells of the G. H. Ic. S. A. railroad company and the popping sounds coming therefrom are the explosions from four large gaso line engines by which the pumps are propelled. The finishing touches of all the work that will be done at these wells for some time are being put on today. The company has a two acre tract of land and has it fenced in. The wells are sunk in this lot and above the wells is erected the pump house, while at the south end of the lot is a nice four room cottage for the pumper to live In. Near the pump house are two large tanks and between them and the cot tage is the oil house, a sort of cellar in which the gasoline for the engines will be- stored. Th pump house is sixty feet square and the plate is eighteen feet from the ground. The wells form a square and are nnder the four corners of the building. At each corner of the build ing, directly over each well a cupola rises to a height of forty-five feet. The object of these cupolas is to give room in which to raise the pipes or valves out of the well when repairs are needed. The four wells are each 295 feet deep and ten inches in diameter and are rased with ten-inch pipe. Each well is fitted with a Downie double-acting pump with a capacity of 5000 gallons per hour. Each pump is run by a fifteen-horse power Champion gasoline engine. The pumps and engines are set on solid foundations of concrete seven feet thick. The pump house floor the citlzen8 to drink. It would remove h,urs-. J?111 acnt of being late v, oi ronureie auu is mvun tfae onIy barrier of any moment In the , ulu uul larry ,onB m tai f aso. The peculiarity of the pumps with way of tne cjty getting the Increase ' COOK OWNS UP. whieh these wells are fitted is that nnni,tis a.,o hoi- tint which is I arh has two valve Dluneers. one of t An,i, ar,A ntior A- look, the excursion agent who which is going down while the other toWns of no better climate, but which ! runs Cincinnati and San Fran- is coming up. By this arrangement can offer the inducement of good. sc. haf recovered from his recent ill- J. Beaumont has been appointed su perintendent of the wells, pumps, etc.. and he will be the day pumper and will CAVALRY PASSES THROUGH. In view of the proposed exhibit of minerals at the Pan-American exnosi- tion from this part of the country be coming an accomplished fact. Mr. Rus sell, the secretary of the Southwest- International Miners' association ad dressed a letter to David T. Dav. su perintendent of mining for the exposi tion, requesting information relative to space. Mr. Day's answer was re- reived this moraine and is as follows I propose to allot to you. if suitable arrangements for your exhibit can be made, the space shown on the enclosed diagram. Will you kindly give me a plan, at your earliest convenience, for approval by myself and the director- general, as to the arrangement of your exhibit on this pace? On this approv al you will be at liberty to occupy this space as quickly as possible, as it is now ready. "In response to your request of Feb ruary 11 asking for -the list of pro ducers In the quicksilver field. I would state that ore bodies of commercial size and value have been developed only as follows: "The California mine, owned by EI Paso people: the Marfa and Mariposa company, owned by Marfa. Texas, peo ple: the Lindheim and Dewees mine: the Excelsior mine, owned by Hess & Ga ugh ran. 'I am counting on your exhibit being very fine." The men who are interested -in this mining region are becoming much in terested in this movement and there is little doubt but that definite action A BIT OF BRAID, t iiiiiiinniiinimmn wv t a - -w i mm Pianos, $195 Pianos, 225 Pianos, 375 Pianos, 400 Pianos, 450 X Pianos in any finish. style oft Pianosatthe Piano House W.G.WALZ i -Company. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it Rokahr. Boot Co. A cnnlnl I . I it,. , ...iniM , "m ui iweive cars ar- at night. Mr. Beaumont is an old loco- , Iv "1 1' r ;'?.'.:' ot a Practical character will be taken V, an ono-lno - " " wrui. will. . JI it ; r S. P. in a short time. ;V .o7,o i n tw Vearin a troP of the Fifth United """V:," " States cavalry from Jefferson barracks road he was engineer for the Katy, Mis souri Pacific and others. over the I i , .., rrt - , I .. xa. auvuic ue 11 a. 111 is 1 1.1. . j.- J iitt (Jlllll, Uldgl CI 111 clUlTUIllIJclliy- ing Superintendent Day's letter shows the floor space and installation plan I mer est T Attic ip . 1 line nuor space ana installation wherf they wilfdo eaTr St ?f ." "J.nes building at the Pan-A Th. wot ft-, ih maa wella does r,t rfmoo-o nHn. hniiera nd l the lut,r I,UIBt'!1 wlln em ana tne t:....r .1. . .1 j .. . horses are being transported in seven long been wanting. U is pleasant to , pa'acf cars- a a. a ai a 1 nam u.o rAunifii 111 a iM)iir 11 lighted with being so situated as to get r ""-""""" "Y'5 the width. The location such good water to drink. It Is the r" "TLt " SS? ""Jle a very desirable one. most healthy water to be round in tne " ,""";v , 1. , -"- southwest. The city should take a turn-' L"". br?Z dow? at ,Ft- ble to itself and secure thU water for and delayed the train a few lean. The space allotted to Texas, as marked off on the diagram, appears to be about one-sixtieth of the whole floor space. It is in the form of a parrallel- ogram. the length being about double appears to At the Churches tie column of water in the pipe is con- hMithv water to drink. stantly moving upward, hence the ca pacity of these pumps is greater than SIGNIFICANT FACTS, the ordinary ones. Each piston makes u , was empnatlcaily denied by tJurty five strokes per minute, which. the hpad meQ of the T & p and as 11 IS aouoie acuuu, eiiuaia ocytrnij ness and passed through west bound this morning. He brought in twenty- six passengers, eleven of whom stopped here. The ones who stopped are the soldiers who have come to El Paso to meet the troop3 who are to Dass S P roads that there is any intention th.iai. ..i. , strokes per minute. f a consodation of the two roads, it who are reported to have mutinied The double acting pump is an old ls a singular fact that President Gould aga?S h off ce7s whUe on theroad invention, but was never a success un- f tn & p naa been travelinf, over . ee toVv that was told til J. W. Downfe, a Pennsylvanlan in- g p and ay3 of the s et r J vented the system upon which these p ovep the T & p neg mounin d 7f lr 7 El Paso con -pumps are worked and which is asfol- George Gould, accompanied by his 'ductor is true in the main The whis Iows: Within the ten Inch casing which wife two and Mr8. w. H. Hamil- ; key was sent to an S P. conducto? at Jmra " , ZX, , K. tZZ in. a cousin or ivirs. uouia. ana a pany this place, but he met so many friends j "" 01 omciais 01 me uuuiu lnieresis, was along the road that he didn't even get uoiiuw ui me wen ib a. onaiuc. in san Antonio irom eariy morning un- the jug to the conductor. His friend were not sankebitten, however. THE SECRETARY'S FAMILY. The family of Mr. Ingrham. private Presbyterian Church. Henry W. Moore, Pastor. Morning service 11 o'clock. Evening service 7:30 o'clock. Sabbath school 9:45 a. m. Junior C. E. '4 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. 6:15 p. m. Class for Bible study 6:15. Wednesday evening prayer meeting so OCIOCK. German Luthern Church. San Antonio and Hills streets. Service Sundays at 10:30 a. m. Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Sunday sen 001 at iu a. m. H. A. Huebotter, Pastor. St. Clement's Church. Second Sunday in Lent. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ""nira hi ji a. m. ana t:6V p. m. Holy communion at 11 a. m. M. Cabell Martin, Rector. same diameter and eighteen feet long, til noon Thursday. The railroad of- Withtn the seven-inch strainer Is what ficials with Mr. Gould are C. G. War is called the working barrel, in which ner, vice-president and general raana the valves work. The working barrel ger of the Missouri Pacific; L. Trice. is four and a quarter inches in diame- general manager of the International secretary to President Hays, of the S. ter and six feet and a half long. On and Great Northern : Superintendent P.. passed through over the S. P. this the bottom of the working barrel is Bowers, Treasurer Henson. and Auditor , morning on their way to San Francisco I ELECTRICIANS OF THE CITY another strainer, two ieet long, insiae Murray, 01 me iniernauonay roau. ui iueir oiu nome in Vermont ana f the working barrel are the two val-: Early Thursday morning President ! will make their future home in San es. one workine within the other, the Hays and party arrived in Dallas from ; Francisco. plunger of one being a round pipe and Shreveport. From Dallas the party Mr. Ingrham is with the president j the other a square rod working with- . took a run out to Athens and back and ( ana Mrs. ingrham says she does not in it. and these are enclosed to the sur-' then left in the evening for Waco, expect the presidential party to reach face in the seven inch pipe. i from which place they returned to San Francisco until at least the middle The part of the pumps above the sur- Houston t otake the S. P. lines for the Jof next week. The president was ex fare is easily slidden out of the way west, pected to arrive in San Antonio today when it is desired to remove any part In President Hays's party are the fol- ' and it is not known just how long he beneath the surface and the house is lowing officials: Fourth vice president j will remain there. He may possibly to be equipped with a hoisting engine anu general manager J. Kruttschnitt of ; reach El Paso by Monday, but is not for th purpose of lifting out any of S311 Francisco: general manager At- j not expected any sooner, the underground aparatus. Each pump Jantic system W. G. Van Vleck of gw jt FrEIGht WRPPK" j icn fittUrf with a lever hv whirh it Houston, traffic manager Atlantic sys- &MALU KLIGHT WRECK. may be instantaneously thrown out of tem cl- w- BeIn of Houston; assistant A broken journal on a freight car gear and will stop without the engine passenger and traffic manager S. F. B. caused the derailment of six cars and passenger train, due here at 8 a. m.. was about two hours late and had not oeing stopped or the belt thrown off. , lr-A Yr:.lllAtl i?"! ?! I nousion ac lenas uenirai; ui vision b- ; wib niutuu yetsieraay aoout noon, perintendent of the Central L. A. Daf- No one was hurt. The southbound fan. Ennls; division superintendent of the Texas and New Orleans. W. B. Mulney of Houston ; general attorney ; passed the scene of the wreck, hr-nce it R. E. Lovett, of Houston. j was held about six hours and did not It is clear that each president is in- arrive here until 4:30 p. m. The specting the lines of the other and . southbound Mexican Central passenger wherever each as been interviewed he ' train di not wait for it. expresses pleasure with what he has j The northbound Santa Fe passenger Keen, both in the railroads and in the 1 train had already nasseri the uph nf is conciuctea 10 tne enclosure arouna country which they traversed. These the wreck and was not delayed. me cynnaer ana passes out ana dsck facts point strongly to the consumma ted the wells, thus always keeping tion of the much talked of combination raid water around the cylinder and 0f the two systems. keeping it at a normal temperature. Such consolidations as this would be Near each engine, just outside of the have proved to be satisfactory and ben building, is a gasoline tank of 100 gal- eficial to the operators of the roads Ion capacity. Pipes connect these with and the people of the countries through tie gasoline cellar and the gasoline is which they pass. The combination pumped through these pipes by a hand does away with dangerous competition, pump in the cellar. The gasoline tanks resulting in greater prosperity for the The gasoline engines. like all the ma chinery with which the wells are equip ped, are latest improved, one improve ment being an arrangement to keep the cylinder cool. Around the cylinder ef each engine is a jacket enough larg er than the cylinder as to allow space for water to pass all around the cylin der. A pipe runs from one of the large water tanks which stand near the pump house and through it water UUK Lib I Ur LHtkbb Imported Swiss, tdam, Pineapple, Neufchatel, A m ftpifi r Cull OtAsm 0 nnici loan u 1 1 Kaiser brick, Limberger, Waukesha Cream, Fromage de Brie, German Breakfast, Sierra Cream, Camembert, Schloss Kase, lrnnan Vqco Hnnnafnrt Con Ciltn J McLaren's Imperial, Parmasan Grated, J For Macaroni. We carry more different kinds of cheese than all the oth -r stores J combined. I PRICE BROTHERS, I 105 EL PASO ST. 'Phone 353 j SPARKS FROM THE ENGINE. Eight cars of bananas passed through over the S. P. yesterday, going from New Orleans to California markets. R. W. Curtis, traveling freight and passenger agent of the T. & P., left this morning for a short business trip to tne west. R. S. Hair, an excursion agent from Chicago, came in on the T. & P. last night and went west over the S. P. tihs morning, having on board twenty-eight tnrougn passengers. The west bound Sunset Limited was only half an hour late last night. It went out of this place loaded to the guards, every berth and stateroom be ing taken. It Is hard to tell today which is the happiest. Chief Clerk Lyons, who has just, returned to see his girl babv. or J. N. Wafer, a G. H. machinist, who is the proud father of a 1kv baby born this morning. R. E. Lyons, chief clerk in the office of Master Mechanic Garrick of the G. H.. returned this morning from San Antonio where he had been attending court. When Bob got back he found that what he rays is the sweetest lit tle girl he ever saw had taken up her home at his house during his absence. Bob has fogiven her for coming when he was not at home and all is well. George Lyons, who has resigned his position as clerk in the store at the G. vent me from giving this girl a treat" Oh, she cried, "you really are" "Yes," he said, "it stands to reason even as a study a sort of unexplored continent, so to speak. A strange young man in such a case must present himself Id the light of an acquisition." Her eyes were dancing. "Why don't you say such an exceedingly nice young man while you are about it?" she asked mockingly. "I will go one better, said he, "with your permission, feucb an exceptionally nice pair!" And he bowed. 'Oh. you are dreadful dreadful!" But she did not say it as a fact to be de plored. She looked away from the soft summer landscape down to the edge of her serge skirt, with its trimming of braid and the fateful loop. 'They do sew these so insecurely." sb said. "You haven't a pin to spare?" It we m a almost a pity." said he while GO OCT ON STRIKE. I no busied herself over it. "but I suppose it will be just as well now. The electricians in the emnlov of I Tb afternoon was, as he had said, de- the Southern Electric company went I lightfnl. and his swift stroke left nothing She turned her head very slightly, so that the man behind her caught the nar rowing of her eyes with sudden anger and the tilting of her rounded chin. Clumsy: she said in a voice ringing with scorn. She caught up her skirt, just raising it from the ground, and hastened on. Hut sne tnrew a lew more or less ac ceptable home thrusts over her shoulder as she went They had reached the landing staze where the boat was moored. The girl proceeded to take her place in it with the calmness and ease which only come to her sex through practice and long suffer ing. She was seated, with the ropes in her hands, before she really looked up at the man who had followed her into the boat by this time. Ion inik'ht at least apologize, she said. 'I do apologize, he replied, very humbly." Ilia manner and the laughter in his eyes did not, however, accord whol ly with such au atitude. Well, really" she began, but he in terrupted her. I will go further ycu will grant it Is a Ion? way further. I will explain. There ieenis room for it He was quite a genius at seizing his chances. He took her words as a con cession and dipped his sculls into the wa ter at the same tune. "I shall be able to talk so much better when we are moving." he said artfully. I faucy my stroke may prove as worthy of coiunieat as your brother s, he added. He was still smiling, aad he noted, with growing satisfaction, that so was she. Well, of all the" And you do not even know who I am! Check? Oh. don't be bard. Luck, If you like. I am proverbially lucky. I am not to blame for that, am I? Your brother told you he was expecting his college chum, Charles Dean? I was just coming along. Neither of you saw tne, I heard you send him back for your cape" He paused, with sudden compunction. lou are not cold? he questioned anx lously. "I forgot, and I have nothing in the way of a wrap to offer you. No, I am not cold, she said as stiffly aa she could You walked on. you know, and then temptation seized me an evil spirit dis- fruised. most charmingly disguised, as a piece of braid and I could not resist it. I was only afraid you would think I had been suspiciously quick for a brother. I just wasn't thinking," she admitted. dimpling. The mood for confession grew on him. r that you might look round, said he. "I wish" No. don't say it! near me out first. I A. DrtMDDP iiuul'slij, 1 wast uui vuum m iunif u uj motives of mere selfishness, aa might at first appear. I put it to myself like his: Here is a charming girl going to spend a most perfectly delightful summer after noon on the river with no more exciting companion tban the brother she has known from her earliest days, whose thoughts are as open to her as her own; who hasn t a peculiarity, or even a vir tue, left undiscovered. I argued with my self about it. Should I let such a paltry I first-class restaurant In every respect thing as the lack of an introduction pre- I Pirst-claas cooking. Short orders day We have added four new machines to our shop. Shoes repaired and finished as good as new. Will call for your shoes and return them. Phone 471. No. 213 Texas SL MEXICAN FIRE OPALS GOOD ASSORTMENT RIGHT PRICES Mexcan leather carver and burner at wrk. Call on us. W. G. WALZ CO., Curio Dealers, Ciudad Juarez, Mez. Opposite Custom House. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. RESTAURANT American Cooks. Everything strictly firRL-clasa NO. 207 TEXAS STREET EASTERN GRILL out on a strike yesterday afternoon and are not working today. The men, it is said made no demand on the company asking a settlement but will probably present their side of the question before Monday. The dif ference came up over a trivial matter, that of sending a helper out. with the tradesmen. . The management did not send out the helpers yesterday and the men went out, or, rather, quit work without further notice. It is thought by those interested that the matter can be settled satisfactorily to all concerned. l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MARKETS. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i Today's quotations on the New York stock exchange. Liverpool cotton the New York board of trade, and the El Paso Mining exchange, as given below, are as received over prl- very pleasant one. to be desired. It was not cold, after all. and sin- never pave auother thought to the cnpi until she saw it. when at la-t they got bark, hanging deserted on the boat house door, where her brother, had left it when he arrived there, to find her vanished. The brother and sister were very alike in disposition and took things lightly and as they came. So he never openly re sented her desertion. Perhaps, as her new friend pointed out. he. too. had bis more than adequate compensation. 1 Ins is just a story of the inevitable. for the man of resource was something of a character reader, and he had looked at the trir! before he stepped. She called it. in her kindest moods, an anticipation. Imt lie maintained that he gave the incident its most appropriate ti tle when he named it a "forerunner." And this it was. The weather favored them, and his visit lengthened from a week's end to a week and more ample time for a man of such ready methods to win for himself a Kil l not indisposed to be won. Thus his visit to the brother ended in his marriage with the sister an old tale, but often a and night. Dinner Dally at 3 p.m. 23 El Pmo St., Next to Cooper's. Occidental Restaurant Regular Meals 25 Cents. Short Orders all Hours. -Dinner from 1 S 8 p. m. Everything brand new and trtctty first elaaa sarvtoc. Utah Ct Between; Baa Antonio IvJ Ulall O l. Ma East Overland St Every One Eats tl TBI ! SILVER KING CAFE Most popular lunch counter in the city. Anything you want. The beet of food and the best of ser vice. "The beet Chili Con Carne in the city every night at 8 o'clock." Open Day and Night.. STEIN & TJHLIG, Props. 209 Su Antonio St EL PASO vate wire at the E31 Paso Stock and Mining exchange, Sheldon hotel block, Oregon street: STOCKS (New York.) Open Close American Sugar 1436 142 American Steel & Wire 40 39 Atchison Pfd 88 88 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 75 74 Chicago Gas 101 101 Louisville & Nashville .. -.92 92 Federal Steel 44 Manhattan 117 Mexican Central. . .. ; 1714 Missouri Pacific S9V4 Northern Paacific S31 Tenn. Coal & Iron 53 GRAIN (New York.) Open Close May Wheat 79 79"s May Corn 46 46 SILVER. Silver in New York 61. Mexican money in El Paso 5051. It was later in the season, and boating interests had given way to the necessity of stocktaking in fashionable wearing apparel and discussions on the relative merits of new and antique furniture. "I could almost wish." she said sweet ly, "that it was possible to trim a white satin wedding dress with braid in a sort of squiggly pattern of loops and turns." "If yon contemplate haviug one loop pendent to trip me up during the cere mony," he said laughingly. "I am off." 'Then perhaps it is just as well to re serve braid as a trimmine for serce and cloth," she said. Chicago Times-Herald. OSTEOPATHY. Consultation and Examination Fr. A. A. POLLEY, Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy. Rooms 3 and 6. 504 Mesa avenue, m Paao, Texas. Floral Decorations Cat Flowers. Plants, Palms, etc.. and shippers of CaCtl. H. A. KEZER. 406 San Antonio 117 17 89 I 83 52 A Was With a Wag-. A well known broker, who does busi ness near the corner of Broad and Chest nut streets, has the odd faculty of being able, whenever he desires, to wag his left ear. 1 his is not the usual little jerk due to muscular contraction, but is a deliber ate and pronounced wag-. The broker, who is a persistent joker, manages to get plenty of fun from his movable ear. The other day he entered a restaurant and gave Ins order to a uervous looking waitress. When she returned with a tray laden with dishes, he spoke sharply and drew her attention to him. Instantly his ear began to wag, and the astonished girl dropped the tray, dishes and all, on the Mrs. j. H. Comstock. the florist ha Boor. he could not be Induced to re- cut flowers, potted plants, and floral I turn and finish her task. Philadelphia uecorations. 'Phone 493. I ttecora. r - t CO! 5 Route. For the North-'East, vu MEMPHIS OR ST.LOUIS. In Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. This is the Short and Quick Line, And Hours are Saved 8? Perrhasinj? Tour Tickets vis tbis Rfit For further information, apply to Tlck gents of Connecting Lines, or to J. C. Lewis, Travelinf Pass'r Aftit. Austin. Tea. L C. TOWRSflD. . r. aid T. 1.. 8T. HEW.