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Hi V.ay Pn-.Ment Said Ha Was On to Have an Outing, t iiarnsnure;. rt. April 4. "I -jon't exactly nay that I reed a rest, but .... ....... n tur imp in me open un der Code blue heaven." sold preaidcrt Rooeevclt. standing on the platform o ma special .-aln at the Pennsylvania atation tnd conversing w lih Coni-re man Plinal an J I . L . '--ti int- presence r a fTeat crowd that gathered at the po tion to meet him. It wns autri:e!cd tc ...w ,.. ....rni iiiui mine; would sro ' along on a, smooth haals, even ir h were nbsent. "Oh. thine will be all rlrht." h. ald. -I have left Taft Kitting on thi Hd keeping down the 8 m Iomlri,;. mat ter." Lute he aald: -1 am goine to have an outing. I am coin- to net .iw.-iv where I won't even think of a fourth clam poMmaster." When the train rame In. the crowd Tve tre president n heer. He stood n tha tlutfnrm rut Ins; hi hand and beaming with good nature. When tnr train Mopped, the president steppe 1 from t.ie iatfirm with the remark to i secret service officer: "Par iU-I.i lor. and If this crowd In not t... 1,1 Til shake hand with all of you." At thla tlicre wna a rush to chake him' with him. When -ie llttie iflrlii were handed up to Mm. he raid: "God I. lew the children." nnd then turnlnir to n rressman ln.t.vi.i he s.ild: "You know I helleve In these little children." To one oi l soldier with a button in ma coin me president sm.j. "Mow arc you. comrade?- It waff 10.1" n ti.e train moved ofT. fine man produce.! three cheera for "Teddy." whlih were Riven with a will, ai;l the presl -t lauRhi-d heartily at the f imllUrlty. Mi.-, last remark n the train K"t up p-el 1" a hearty "So loin;. I))-; K., j. bye." ARE BASELESS. DORMITORY DESTROYED. Rvisia It Not Cou.'.termand.np Orders Odd Fellows Home at Coraicsns Sua tains Strioua Fira Los. t.'oiairaruv. Tel.. April Tha two- tory iwiln building of the Odd Fel lows' widows and orphans home was burned Monday with practically all of Kg cuntetits. The lo la placed at 1100.000. with IH.000 Insurance. The building waa of brick, and wna usej for a dormitory, dining; loom. kitchen an I laundry. The aprlng aup pl!e for the Institution had Jut been received and alored In the building. One young lady. Ml Made Yy.itt. who waa III In tha second atory. awun herseir out of the second atory window holding l the "er hold gave way before alst.ince could reji h her, and she fell, feet foremost, to the groun 1. Her feet anil unkies are badly sprained and tli ekln back of the toe burst from the force of the fill. Ier bain In also sprained 1hre girl, lined elKht. eleven ni1 twelve ye ir, rpranf from neeon.l at -ry window. Irene llrown. one of t:ie n.imbei. w.ia hurt and iwit to the hos pital nt the State home, whlih Is near. Iler Injutttn are not aerloua. iurene Kellv. metl thr-e yearn w:ii found In the biilldlm; aliin"t Minoc:it .!. lint Bt- w.i iiulrklv restored after be lrU t ik-n out and itiven fteali air. TO BURN RESORT. Mob Catherad at Soringfield. O Witlr Thia Pjrpo n View. PprlnefleM. o. April 4 A mob elml lar to II ne w lilrh a year iiko lynched the nrtfro llx.in im I burned the lev . e congregated Monday nliciit with the avowed purpose of luiiiiliur a resort run by Jo.m. j,h Kernpler. Nearly a dozen nrresta of nusplcloutly actlnir perKons were made by detectives. At ll oVI-a-k ine i ron i uno rear or me nuloon wan closely itunided bv police us were the other nlrnnres. Kvery rtreet runut In the vhlnlty was tdlvd by a crowd nwnltliiK the n. r nice of a mob tn burn l In saloon .V-arly a ibx n ar reats i re made on a safe k"c.im iharr;e. The repoit that two lara-; crowils from the we.-t wi-re eonKreua: Inf In uptown miIooim with the avoueil purHise of settliiK fire lo the saloon ie.-ved to keep the crowds as near the plarn us the police w.iuld M-rrnlt. The moveinent at that time was presuui' d to be almost ,eiitl,-:i with that of a year nvo. althoiiKh the police were bet ter pn pared to prevent a disturbance At mldnlirht the pullee hail the crowd which numbered nlitm.t IftOO persons, well veattered. Many compl ilnts h.nl been made at'lln-t Kemph r's raloon nnd t'.l- Is said to l ave ln-i n the cau.-e of the rnoh's c atlier !'it; At o'iIimK Tuesday mnrnpii; thire I . id b en no ren. v. al of tMnat-" ' For Material Abroad. Kt. petershuric. April 4 War Minis tee Sakharoff In an Interview declarea the- report that ItussU la counter maridlna order for material abroad I baseless and irrew out of the decllna tlon of foreign offer with which the war office and the admiralty had been awamped. Ha Insist there ha been no relaxation In the pn p-ratlon to ton ttnu the war. but aya there will be no new mohlllxalliMi at present, rx Plain in a. a abated In tnese Ol-patrn. s that 140,000 troops of the last rnoblll latlon have alreaily started for the front, and before the mohlllzln of fur ther troopo these will be followed by a portion of tlii year's conscription. fieneral f"akharorT ib-nli d ernphatt-al ly that he ever IntrlifUed aKalnst ;eu- iral Kuropatkin. clatmlnit he will Klve the latter the mint loyal support. At the name time, in dls. ulnic the biit- tle of Mukden, akharoff il. . lared th men uad nuteii.il of the Kussiun army were equal to those of Japanese, forcing the reluctant conclusion that the J.i nnese rencral.-hln was euperlor tJ the Husalan. In dmylnt the popular Impression that a larse proi nrtlon of t;e army of reserve m-n had been sent to the front S.ikhan.rf made the Important ndliil" Mon that the reserve men were only si nt In the i.irlv MaBeK of the war "before we had assurances from rope-, which H Interprete.l as a con fession that an arranu' on nt ha 1 I - i niadi' with Germany for coerlnK til frontier of Poland. M. TwheremlssliiiifT. chief adinlnU tr.alor of Inti rn.il communication, h ia Ix'eu appointed d legate to the Interni tlonal Itjillroad coiiKree.s, to be hi Id ut Wai..in;on. It Is reported another attempt on the life of Governor General Trcpoff was foiled Monday niKht. The .N'ov.ie Vremvn. dlsriislnr the relative advantages of an Anclo-ftu rt.i IYencli and Germ.in-Itii'so hkt lllellt. find" the latter prohatilv easier I f iiccunipllshmerit. nn I poll.ly more ad- vant.iireous to Rusl.i. on account of Gern.any'.s -row Iriu Importance In the far cast. PROKEN DY A GULLET. Tragedy it Orr-nns Arrctiti Havi (ir.iie.-, T. X , A "' !' I il.o i:lld J..' 1 ''..l "i'i' I i toiv n mid l !i r 1 1 ' n l i !' t. I For Which There D-cn Mad. ! I Tom and IT'II v .'.it to l: i I '.: rn pat i of ' m li e y. w her -1 I II. I o'lt nf the . i ' I a Utile tool in I W.l on. Tlie O'lt of til' llOIJSe, A t no w i Hi d and bull- t ! ruck Wa! - mi. w ha i ! al!-K-d to l ave broken Ms t e, k. an I li- f il d- a. I ii'ii- rs wi re tiotiii-d and nrrei-fi-d the three iii- n 'I'... v ii r la J. ill. charc -d v ith I ' MHI'ik Up-ill I oil,, place ot h-r Wh- i h' !Un tW.I II H Ol-I- 1 1 I' I II- II 1.1! SURPRISE SPRUNC. TO ENTERTAIN EXECUTIVE. Big Clack E-ar W !l E Hunt-d and a Wolf Dr.ve Planned. Ii'.vtoti. April 4 -I'ltl.-tis of south weet ikl iln in-i ar - ni ikln hie prp.i-ratl-tn ' ,r the pieM,-;,i s ,sil to the hip p .sicre unserve in th- southern part of Coma. ii he csiiiiity Hundreds i f iih" ar.- belli her b-d Into th rs-r- atlon. A monster hi n k li.-ar c a pt lire i In the Wichita miiu-it ilns w ill he turn ed loose i f th- proper time The groat, est no f ,!mv- In t!ie histoiv of the noiitt.w i .t country Is pi. nine for th; last da i f the president's hunt. Hun. dreds if hunleis of sou'hwet I iklaho mn ami Tex a ar r-iv for the ,-nt Mr. Ilooseve't will probably lsit Ijiw ton and b the truest of Captain S. M - OinnlnKhnm. a prominent Itouch Ill-l -r who fouttht with him in the Sitanixh Amerlcan war. The president s fi u-n ls are plannlni for a reception at l'ied-r-Ick and Introdui tl-m Into the pasture reervt Princa and Princt Hanry of Prutiia Arrive at St Petsrcburg. St. I'eter.-burR. April 4 - Prliu e Hen ry of I'russl.i. brother if the German i mp- ror. end wife, r.-aclod Tarkne- Selo Tuesday inornlnir. A there hi' lieeti no now lu re of sui h a visit his mi Id. -n iipe.iriince for u M-ronaI In terview with Kmpcmr Nicholas, upon the heels of his brother's apt-cell lit Tnnnii-r. created u considerable sensa tion. The (fi-rm in t-mliansy attempts to plve a political character to I'rlnce Henry's lslt uml connect It with th" t-ltuatloti created by h:mx-ror Willlam'H TaliKl. r epeecti are ridiculed. It Inline' explained that the visit of the prlncesH to her sister, the impress and Grand Du.-he-s Seritlus. iliiriiit the lattt-r's - rtol of mourtilnir was annotinnd be fon l)inror William left Germany. The id' a that there l an acute crb-ls In G.-rinna-I Veuch r. latioiis Is si out. d nt the G-rm.iii embassy. Princess Hen- ry will remain for some lime at Tsar i kite-S. In. but the piince will return t. I run In a few l..s. "i here lum t-tn a persi.-ti nt tumor that tli" Grand IhU'bess SetKtus. who Is still i rushe-l b tli murd'-r of her husband, w ill shortly retire to a con v nt nnd devoi lu r I fe to the chuich. of which she Is u cry devout rn. inlicr. Teriort Adverse. Aus'in. At-nl I House coiiiinl'tt-e on prUate corporatlo'is reported n I- tersely, s to 3. Senator Isme bill reipilrli K private i oi l... rations to n iv In their authoii.ed apil il stis k In full b.-fore teielvliiic tlwlr charters, eci. Tim Is s.uat.. bill .o. whlih has at traded mm 11 attention. Kiuiton In Darknett. iioii-.on. f.rii c Houston wae wrapped In darkness almost eoual to ulitht Monliy foieiioon. Headlltht on atteet inrs were burnlnir and the city ireiieially panted T.lai k t huds hutnf low for two hour. Ball Dies. Pa la. April 4.-liaiik J Itell. who wa shot Monday m the Iilla eoor.ty court House ,y IVputv Hletrlct Pl.-lk I'arker ehortty after 12 o'clock, died at ...sain .--i. can s nanii irium. lie never retrained isinscloitsness. RAYMOND CHARGES. No Bomb Explosion. liar bin. April 4 There is no truth In the r. poi t that a bomb cxplo-doii In the artill'-iy d. pot lu re and kllllin cf he Vent ) -fi M- persons. CAR DEMOLISHED. Lady Mor Lose Har Life and Two Receive Serious Injuries. Iuvllle, Ky.. April 4 A freight train on the rittshurtr. Cleveland. Cin cinnati and St. Ixnil.s dlvlsrion of the Pennnylvanl i ran Into a wenthound atreet car at Fourteenth and lirnadway. killlir one prron and erlouJy Injjr ln; two othera. The dead are: Sister Mary Anthony of lnilsvl!e. The In jured: Slater Mary I.eander and MIm Catherine MaGill. The three victim were on their way to a achool In the western aectlon of the city, where they were engaged aa te.n her. The street car waa demoliahed. WILD MAN AT LARGE. Hideous In Appearance. H Terrorizes Nit. on Citljenv I.awt.m. April 4 A wild man. hid eous hi apparanec, with r.iRi.d Rar tnr it-, emaciated features and larcn" eil ImhIv. lias Hie past two weeks l.i -i terrorl.lntf eltliteti-i of the southern an-l southwestern portion of the Chicka saw nation on several occasions h- has assaulted women and Injured chil dren and men. KlTorts lve I ei n mad. to capture or restrain him from fur- tner operations, invarlatiiy he niak -s bl escape and ehortly turn up lu some other section of the country to renew bis operations. Two United Stat marshals nd a posse of citizen came near him In a thlrket, but be made Rood hi escape. Subsequent effort to capture the man were futile. No one know Id name or where he hall from. Nothing Found or Proven to Warrant His Removal From Office. Washington April 4 The follow li e statement n ir ir.'.ln-,' the i hare iiKanisi jii'ije i;aymoti.i cine, tuine of the Ir-Man Terrl'ory wa made Mon. lay on ls-ha!f of Attorney General Moy by Mr. Riisc:. sw. I i assistant attorney general: The ilep.irttie-nt ha tnvitii ited the i liarijes made ncmst JudKe Itiy tnond ai d has nsuhed the i oueliis: in that there wa nothing found or prov en w.irratitiiiit his removal from office. In view of this coin luslon it I not lee me I t lie T.nli i. of the department to e'-.ter Into a i ritlclsm of hi on- dud. Ked.-rd Ju.Ik.-s in the State, hold ofllce for life in order that the tnav b- free fioiu the Influei re of fear nnd oth.-r Improper motives. Terrir i- rlal Judtres may be r.-n,o .. I t,y . presl b nt. but as neatly as may be. they also should be ft.... fiom sui h ! fluem i-s. Tin (aimot be if their con duct s to I,.- siibj.-, t t,t constant com ment by t-t. lusive officer a near the presided. H s but Just to add lh.it the Ju 'ii -'s honesty and Impartially cannot be seriously uuestloned -i!.d that Ie has Industriously tried to make nn exeeptiiis.il record for tfood nnd rapid work. I artlciil.irlv l the auppr-sslon of the I .pior traffic, a thi obviously Isjinlous to the peace and w elfare of the r eopU of the India i Territory.. The i harife na;..lsst Judie Raymond Included disiourt'-sy toward nvnil"rs of the bar and Improper political actlv ity. RESUIIKECTION PLANTS. The sirl ! Jerlefc mm4 lb aiesteaw l-ersi Mall. 'I li rose of Jericho la perhaps one of ll.e most f.imlllar of tb curlosiUea of pi.nil life known a reurrrctIon plant It i Maid In la liiiKrted froui the val ley of I he river Jordan and Is tb resur rect ion plant mentioned lo tb Bible. plant wbeu recelted from Its Da live buiua la almpljr a buocb of leafless and acviulni'l llfelaaa sticks or branches clustered tlbt.r together. When planM in s class of wster, bow- aver, the aTaticues expand, seed buds infold, and soon ttie green, follajce atari out. ami the plant trows. The Meticnu resurrection plant Is the rtiifTjr. fernlike variety often no ticed in suit.er of water In tb finrlal'a window. When It I doruiant It is a shrunken, rounded bull of UL'ully fold ed leallel. dry nnd dead. II i dropped In s lOWl of tepid wa ter, anil himiii one frondlike tip curl slowly out ward, then another utul all other, und iii a Hhort time there la flout In ill the lii-ll ll iM-.llltlful metallic tieeii plant, a creut. I.Mie. eipandiil rose lie of I lernlike leave, csld and beautiful j 'I his experiment iun be ri-pciited i manv tunes, die plant curling loetlit-r ! tightly w lien dry nnd etpandlni; loin new lif when soaked lit water. , Voilti I'eople'a Weekly. j GAS AS AN ILLUMINANT. j I hiss. II lias Meet. sserleil. lm4 ll I rnurlrl Aa It ha Imioi iisscrU-il. but tieier prnv i rd conslustvelv. that China ued ga for lililin.- pur puses icnturle before Its use In the we-.terri world. If till was so It was iloubtles natural K'ia Cluylon. nt the end of Hie tereo tiH'tith century. Monti caa In bladders and played with it at time, and Lord . Iiutnloiiald In ITsT. In worklni a patent for coal fur. stored i:p the k'" and or t iisiotially I'sed It for litit tua i:p tli , ball of Culms iibliey. It I to the genius of a S. ols num. V. ' Miiriloch. t'uit we owe our brlk'tit II j In ttil ita tit. In be wa living at IlisJruth. fornwull, nnd afb-r eiperi i ment In c-ismi-Aliii; he lit tip bl own . bouse, linn h to the aslotilsliuieut of bl lielk'M'or. Culled to Itirmlliiihutii. t.e erected a lame plant for Hi;litlni up the Sobo work Till drew attention to tlie whole toatti r. and In li:i London be gan street liMltik' Ttie I'.orsl . cletv In I"mW wive MtinbK'b It Hutu ford cold ttii-tl.il for bl Invention. -Iitidoti Stuiidatil CmMnsM Paints l SOLO ONLY Br Garth Howell & Webb We sell evt-rvthlnr tn t-jll4 Hi si i fms fiius Jutun to ftnlals. Telephoue 03 I cConKLin SelfnllinjFVn. Cndcr Vour Thumb f "i, i I tr ImiiBiin v-'us isininf anil tilling lit vu hi h puf ihi prm i dKi nd cistt kf ilMif. -ThcPcnThatnilsItieir rUkte-sinitv art TttG)NMJN Pr.NCo.Toir.DO.Ot NEWJGOODS AT Caldwell's Magnificent line of Ladies' Gold Mounted Side and Hack Combs, Gold Necklaces, Stick Tins. Etc New line of Elk Buttons, and Watch Charms . . . Pins New lijic of Beautiful Watches and Diamonds JNO. M. CALDWELL, Reliable Jeweler All GeeaN Off fllk mw ere arafec (rtfee slew Srser mm4 Ikrll le Jrnrfm' Srturllt Alllmmte A t Bltae (ollretlaa. A tn on the turiou wj by wblib souio persons In Kiiklaiid make a llrlnj I the sale of c iislotT u iriiient tielotii; Ins to dlstitiiJiiihlieil personage, for wblcli the curiosity lovinc fashionable world arTord a aura and prolitable Uiarkct. One Ctill.sti lady lias a col lection of corset, liuluditii: article from the wardrobes of relniiijf Im perial ami royal peraonases a well a objects of historical Interest. Amont the latter are n leather corset belotij lot; to Charlotte Corday, tin lieroln of tlie l-'reti' b revolution, and a con struction of w halebone it tici Ktii'l worn by Marie Antoinette, with mi elk'bteeo loib waist. Toilette. Wnrklna the rasl. From my wn.Jo the other day, write a New Yorker, 1 witnessed tlie Inuetiuitv of a beijjr. lie evidently 3RET HARTE AS A HUNTER. RAPIDLY SPREAD. Fira In a Si-8tory Block at Grand Rapir's, Mich Does Much Damage. Orand Rapid. Mich., April 4 Fire In the als-eto-y (illhert block cui -d about 1123.000 umae, and spread with auch rapidity thiouKh the buildlns that It caused a panic unions; the ixcu parts, a irumber of whom had narrow es.aj.ej from burnlna; to detih. Failed to Appear. Chicago. Atrll 4 (Seiiera! Huerln tendent T. J. Connor of Armour & Co.. under Indictment for alleged In terfering; with Federal grand Jury wit liesae. failed to appear In person before- Judge Iandls Monday, and thus failing to observe the formality of ar raignment, waa unable to push a mo tion for an Immediate trial. Judge Lanjls laid that be would not be in Chicago again for at leaet two weeka. TERRIBLY CARVED. Ear Severed, Face Fearfully Butchered and Stabs Inflicted. Chattanooga, Okla.. Apr. I . An Ml- ten at Ion between Joe poe an 1 I;lll 'ut- mau, farmer living on Jack creek, four miles west of here, occurred. In which I'oe was literally carved to plecea with a knife. One ear waa sev ered from hi head, the face waa fear fully butchered and several deep stabs Inflicted In the left hide and abdomen. The wound will f rove fatal. Putman escaped. The fight came about over a former conversation between the two men In w hich a woman, it is alleg. d. waa Involved. To Enroll Children, Ar.lmore. April 4 A Ibid party cf the Dawes commission started out to enroll all children under the late ait of congress. The following place will be visited: Chickasaw nation, Chlckt sna, April J to 7. Inclusive; Paul Val ley, April 10 to 14. Inclusive- Tl.ho mingo. April 17 to . Inclusive; Adl. April 14 to May I. Inclusive. Will Lynching Report Falsa. Fulton. Ky- April 6 The report that three negroea were lynched hare ehoellng a policeman la falsa. for WILL CANCEL LEASES. Rather Than Dip Cattl Owners Leave tha Osage Nation. (.Juthrte. April 4 Warren ltetinett, L'nlted State deputy marshal f r OsaKe Indian nation, announces many cattlemen will rancel their contract with the government for grazing leas- In the Osage country In view- of tlie fact that the dipping of cattle I so precarious an operation. He say a large herd of cattle from Texas wa damaged greatly by the dipping and the trip afterward to the Osage nation. A recent order of the bureau of animal Industry make the dipping of cattle going into the 0age country rnmpul aorr. Body Found In Wolfs Den. Muskogee. April 4 The d. ad body of a woman wa discovered three mil southwest of Chase, in an old wolf den on the old Three rur ranch bv a farmer who waa bunting horse. The body wa wrapped In an old worn wagon sheet, bound together by three straps, one at the ankle, one In the center of the body and one around Iht heck. The body Is In a good state of preservation. Child Burned to Death. Outhrle. April 4 The two-year-old child of Charles Case, living near I-am-bert. was burn.il to death. Its clothing catching fire from burning brush The mother was frlirlitfully burned In try ing tn rescue her child, and I stsll) In a critical condition Comae After Body. New Tork. Aptll 4. The t'nltel State cruiser Colombia has arrlve.i to carry to Mexico the body of Don Man ue tje Asplros. the Mexican am ba' so il or at Washington, who recently die 1 In that city. It I expected that t.ie widow ar.d daughter of the dead am- baasador will sail on the Columbia. The Iteasaarlua; Message He Iteeelt ed After at Aerident. Duriir,' the time he Acted 11 L'uiliil Stale; .:::isul lu tilas.-ow' I. ret linrte oci asi'in illy Indulged in a day' sport with the Kim, und It wa during oue of LU Miootitii; excursions that the fatuous American iiiilln.r mot with nu accidt'ijl which tul-t)t have iIMik'un-d hlui for tlie rerun ImliT of bis life, hie fucv be lug budly cut through the recoil of an overloaded pin. Fortunately the t.c tor' skill prevented him from Mm; permanently marked. Writing nl.out the occurretico to hi friend. T. Kde-ar IVmberton (who quote the letter lu hi "Tribute to Bret llarte "1. the novelist coiii-Itldea lila let ter by tellnu of au niuusiug effort Which w as made to console him on nc couut of the accident. 'W hen the surKcoti was atltrhlni; lue together," he wrote, "tha aoti of the bouse, a boy of twelve, ceme timidly to the door of uiy room: "'Tell Mr. Bret Harte ife all riBht.' Da aald. 'He killed tha hnr.'" TL'l! 1UI aw &c T. 'C The Short and Quick Una Between NORTH AND SOUTH TiiXAS. TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY TWO Pullman Sleepers Between Houston and Austin Houston and Waco Houston and Ft.Worth Calveston & Dcnison Fur full iiilnrtinill.il! relative I rates Cull en Ticki t Ak' nt. -r address connection, etc. I It ii'hit in. Tr.x as l A. Preservative real. Teat KMKe,scM wonderful antiseptic and preservative qualities owing to tha presence of tanulo. Iron and other ub ataocea in It Hera la an Inatnnco: At tha time of tha coTeaantora, In 1C9S. threa men were abot at a placa called Crotgelloch on the nioora a bora Old Cumnock, id Scotland. Ia 1S23, wbea a monument waa bcln erectt-d to their memory, the workmen came upon tha corpaea rolled In their plalda. Tha bod laa wera lu exactly tha same atata aa wbea they were burlud. The moea bad preeerreil them aa if they had been em balmed. The Plret Krle tsssl BJmI. The Wllllnin Tell waa tha first boat to prist over the F.rle canal from Buffa lo to Albany and down the river to New York. Iler cargo conalsted entire ly of hogshead, barrels and bottle of Lake Erie water, part of which wu mingled with the waters of the bay of New York on the occaaloii of the great fete lu celebration of the opening of tha wondirful waterway. Her paen gers Included Governor Ie Witt Cim too, the leader In tha canal enterprise and a delegation of statesmen and ills tlngulslnsl peranria from foreign lamia and Tarlou pnrt of the United State TEXAS Tli I A ii N. U. K. I.mh ninny fast train through Texas, tray ersin the greatest portion of the state, nnd reaching nearly all of the lrg cities, jiitiirdiri); travelera every convenience- and comfort to bo found 111 the inoderti railroad. Mlgh-clasa equipment and power, seKsotiiilile scbodule. splendid in in stations, l'ullinati IttilTet sleepttig cars, and courteoua agenta and train atteudauta. To ST. LOUIS Tli I. (I. X. H. It., ill ronnnrtion with tha Iron Mountain sva tein, operates I'our limited trains dally between Texas and St. I-oula, the service lielng four to eight hours uleker. and IiO to I'iO miles shortest. These- trains have Pullman Bullet Sleepers and Chair cars through without change, and connect morning and ren in' In l'n ion Station. St. Loul. with all the- Northern and Kaatern liuea. A la carte dining car service between Texarkana and St.Ixruis To MEXICO The I A (. X. It. It . in connection with tha National Lines of Mexico, operate Four Faat Tralna Daily between Texaa and Mexico via Laredo. The time from San Antonio to Mexico City belnir only hours, or a day and a half, and lift! miles shortest. Correspond ingly as ulck from all Texaa jmlnta via I. fc O. X, The cities of Monterey, Saltillo. San Luis I'otnsi and Mexico City are reached directly in through Pullman Buffet Sleepera without change. This route also forms the new short lino via Monterey to Turreon and Duranxo, direct connection with through sleepers to and from Du rante", being made at Monterey. Kxcursion rates periodically. For complete Information see I. A (J. X. agenta or write L. THICK. 2..dV.-P.A.M. D. J. PRICK, tl.P.AT.A. "The Texaa Road" Palestine. Texaa. Ua Burvivinf Miss 1-ea sre two broth era, O. W. Cuat.'a Lee of Ffclrfat csun tr. Vlrclnla; Captain Hebert R. Lea ol New Kent county. Virginia, nnd on slater. Mis) Mary Curtis Lee, naw tn France. f are el Bird. In an Fngllsa treatise on tha "I ly flene of Bird Keeping," by George Creawtll. attention la called to the thoughtless practice of hanging bird In esgea Just abova the level of the sashes of windows and to the mltsk ea kindness of hinglug a cage la a cor ner of a sitting room or a kitchen near the celling. In tha oue case tha bird U subjected to drafts and will In all proh ability develop catarrh and bronchitis, and In the -her It Uvea In a Tlllnte-i itinoaphen. Advertised Letters. For week ending April 3, 1.j5: I. ad IKS Baas, LUlla; Berry, D. ; Clark, t Charlie; Ellliert. Jaka; Hackett, Hattle; Jlearne. Roaa; Hulson, Far nla; Kelly, Kd; Merka. Chaa.; Shor- ter, Cabell; Sherred, Kd(?ar; Steel, I Semmons, Lillie; Hervls, Rosie; Spenser, Mayhalley; Turner, Hester. (IK NTS. Hlshop. II. J.; Flawers. Jordan; (latteng, J. (1. Herrln, J. W. James. J. W.; Shalrf, Manuel; Robinson.: hddie. Foreign Sr. Luis tJarzia. Say, don't let mm fore-el to see R. O. Tabor about that life Inaar nce. d-tf I