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OA A *eget»*»i· liquid for jrovennag or equalising U»· 8«* of womtli'i mener· which wear «boot once in every lan*r ith. . . BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator While You areAslebp Yot r advertihemknt in the Want Cm i i» working right alotiir 1»*. ! U *!*T Al>\ EHTIKEMI-MIH Wufl all t! * ΙΙ:ι,«·. txi ι Ml n jf hum,· for tbe wi** idvrrtlMr If too want lo rent roar hou*· or t*ll anything, u·»· ι WAWT AUVBHTtMK· y*!*T. The Wast Com mi i· r#-*d hy.nearly all »',»· ρ-ο,·1» ..f Wtu ttbki If your " Want Ad." la In thl· eol-1 amn It I· being read dally. I Kt'KMNHKI) M room. *η-·»ι toi bath. M . Kaalland, Old!>am te«>. <B ! FOB RENT—Two nicely fur·.ι. room· on Kaufman e»r«*e«, c<>«»»r> lenlly located to tqutr·. Applv to Oeorga Montgomery S»> HKKMn. V.J. Ortgg· for ladle· •title mad· lo order. tf FOR RENT—On· dwelling boa·· on Brlift nrwi, with 7-room. H. L- Wyalt tf FOR plain aewtng ·«· Mrs. .11 We«t Matt) atreet OBp LADIBH-Mra. C. J. On**· will ba pleaaed lo ahow you her aamplea of apring aalta. tf TIME OF YEAR to ha*· your 8ew in( Machine Thorourhly Cleaned, to aaea w«ar on machinery ae well M yoaraelf Broken parte dupli cated Arthur Mackoy'a Gun end Bicycle Shop. ltnMp A J. MOHKLKY, »eJc»niaii for Winona" Mille full eoanileae ho • lery and anderwear, old 'phone l«îô. A LARGE STOCK ·>! tewing ma china needlea, oil, belia, and all kind of aawing machine «xtrae el way· on hand at Arnold'· Mualc Htore tf I.ADIKH AWD OENT8' Clothing Cleaned. Repaired. The beat work in town. Loweat price·. 313 Kaat Main at. J. 8. Perrtn. Wa atill have a fine collection of fntil tree·, berry planta, fine roaaa, etc. Phone ua your want·. C. L. Κ kid. tf MSN WANTED for tbe lulled Hiaiea Navy; machiniata, firemen, coal paaaera, electrician·. ahlp wrtgbta, aaamen, ordinary aàamen, widituio, apprenticea, and maaa attendant·. moat be American born ritiaana or bava mad· legal declara tion of Intention to become cltiaena. Only man of good character and pbyalq·· need apply. For informa tloa apply la pereon or by letter lo Naval Recruiting Station, pool, uflca, Fort Worth, March BloK DaUaa, March 30 to April 4. 13 SITUATIONS SERIOUS Pirom CaruthersTiilf to Baton Item# Biter Kose Rapidly. A DANGEROUS BREAK At Hollyb««h. Twenty WIIm Sortli nf Stws.pfc!*, Water Was Running Over the Levee a Distance of Mx Hundred Feet. Memphis. March K> —The flood fJ« nstion between Carutberavllle, Mo. and Baton Rouge. Iji , is serious Th<* river is rising rapidly and tt wllj b» a little short of marvelous If the leve*? hold the great voiume of rushing waf er The ira·.!*» at Memphis Sunday night mark»-<1 38 r· feet a rise of on and two-tenth* feet since Saturday Bight This * the highest wator ever r'rordfd her»· and Ixxal Observer Tmery, of the weather bureau, sa'.-l that 39 1-2 fe*·? would be registered by Tuesday. Thn^e Interested have been warned to prepare for a stag» of fort feet The situation In ar.d around Mem phis U bediming more serioua. With cut a wing!»· ex-epti η the numerous lumber plants !n North Memphis have suspended operations owing to the en croachment of the water* At Fourth and Market streets people are moving about in skiffs and the street railway has annuité ) all schedules in this part of the . ity Th-'f of the Illinois »>n tral tracks are under water, north of Auction atreet. although traffic has not t«-en ae«pend*4 η them but If the ■*at»»r continues to rise trouble Is ei pected there At Knsley sia miles below Memphis, feri of the Yaano and Miaalasippl Valley tracks are inundated, but they were "cribbed" over and traîna are running through The Cb'ftaw railroad ha* suspended operations between Hopevllle and Wolf river and all trains are heme •er.t over the Memphis bridge. A dangerous plaee to the levee ta re ported from Mollybusb. twenty miles north of h"*re Engineers of the St Francis lev·-·- board with a steamboat went to the scene It was found that water was running over the levee for a distance of 6<w feet Men and ma terial were sent there and a atrong fight ts being made to hold the em bankment, bat it la believed by many that a breni will occur Refugees with hundreds of horses and mules continue to arrive here on every boat Thousand* of people lined the river tanks H'indav watching the swift mo ν Ing currs-ot and several eacuraion steamers tarr.eil many more up and down the river so that a good view of the vast e»f>anse of water could be h..t Μβ»Λ In λ«η·Ι((η· Ν»· Orl»ar>· March 1* —The guar* hm Hundsy ntgbt read a little over 19 S which I* only two-tenth» below the reiord of 1*97. but the auddeu r(mil' fr«»ro norm; »»ather to tun • hi»·· an·! brightness baa given renew■ • 1 hope «II along the line Saturday's terriflr rale »»» a teat in Itself and not • » gn of tuinrw >ai displayed Workmen arc l e kg «Dilated and those who «err ready to surrender weak pla.e» to the rivera ruab bave gainst courage and far any volume of water can he met A week ago It waa thought there would *ure-4y tie a < rerasse at Arlington a abort distance below Baton Roug* I ■ a«IMt VI. ksburg Utaa March 14 The river gauge bere Sunday evening reg tatsrsd 4» 7. a two- te at ha rtae a l nee sora.sg Sunday wan the Brat clear, sunshiny da; Id two weeks and with a rwaatlOB of the rtiai tee re la a cor responding lacreaae in the spirits of the dwsllacs behind the levees Late reporta a La le that all the embank - ■enn are holding on botk il4«a of the river la thta section The raw aalll dis trict. In the suburb of Wattersvtlls. on the lake front la threatened bjr bark water aad a complete ahut dowa of alt the working plants will probably re sult Iwki. Natrhet Mi»» March 1 β -Captain Harry S ("touglaa of the In tied State» engineer <orpa baa ordered 7Γι 000 fe«t of lumber 4Î· W»0 u ki and a carlo»·! of wheelbarrows and shovels for ua* on the leveea between Vickaburg and Natchet tail··* « ··<·«. Cincinnati March 1<—The Ohio liver haa fallen a foot wttnout any rtae to follow, so that the flood con ditions la the lower Ohio valley will aiao aooa be relieved The Ohio river la now falling from Plttaburg to eaat •rn Indiana Τ rata RinkeJ. Livingston Tea. March 1·.— Satur day alght tfce northbound paaaeriger train on the Houston. Kaat West Tea as. while passing Baldwin about four ■Dm below here was thrown Into with rucks by bojs Five window* of the coaches were broken aad one Basait child was badly hurt fWBery ·■<! SB— fart··; Monterey Mei , March It.—John W de Kay, secretary of the Vailed Ht ate· Packing company, of which Alfred Bishop Mason Ib president has ap plied to the Ν eu vu I .so η state govsra ■Mt tor a concession for the es tab liahnsent of a pac king house and show factory I· this state His propositloo cw·templates the Investment of not teas thaa HJM.MK) Is the two coa BRAVE SEAMEN. Bâtir· C**fr *f th« Delphi· W»it to tkl of Sumf hritM. Havana, March 1β.—While the «·»· retary of the navy.Mr. Moody, and his party were making a visit on ahore Sunday afternoon a squall of tremcad ous violence swept over the harbor It became as dark as night and tho wind and downpour was terrific. Com mander Stoney of the Dolphin, realiz Ing the peril to the small boatc In the harbor during such a squail. called for volunteers to rescue. The entire crew r of the Dolphin responded Boa's were Instantly m»nnH and sent off Th* launch returned with four half drown*·'! Cubans, and the captain'* gtRffi with another, who was lifted aboard appar ently lifeless, hut later was resuciated The rrxirar» and herolo action on th<? part of the American κ are especially· coromende<l, an the British ships did Bot rim? to the emergency, although one of the capsized boat· was much Bearer the Ariddena than the Dolphin ι IRATE SOLDIERS. Tfcejr Attempt to Lfsrh » Nr|ro \\ t>* Mabh*<l (Hit of Thru». Brackettville. Tei . March 16.—Pri vât· W. M I'ayne of troop H. twelfth cavalry. >u stabbed dangerously by a negro boy Saturday night. Paul Doe »m Jailed, but about 150 aoldiera (fath ered about the Jail with picks and crowbars to take him out and lynch hi» Major Kendal) of Fort Clark, learning of tb« trouble, went down with a strong guard and dispersed the soldiers. BRAVE GIRL. __ A FMrtMtt-Tw Old Wk· With · I'Ulel C ittsM « Hnrglar le Fl·· Dalian. March 18.—At the nsuzsle of a pistol fourteen year-old Marguerite I-aughhn forced a burglar at an earl; hour Sunday morning to drop the jew elry he had stolen from herself and parents and flee The man. who was white, was just In the act of leaving the house with his booty when th< girl, who had been watching him ali the time he was gathering the jewel ry. availed herself of an opportunity an4 covered him with the weapon T»« MU»,I El I'uo. Τ»·*.. March 1β—At a point one mile »«t of Sierra Blanca the Sunset Limited. consisting of seven heavily laden coaches crashed lato a freight train Both engines was de mollalfe'l foreman L A Holme· w*« buried ta the »r« ka|i> and rooked to death and as unknown traap killed Mail Clerk Klbbe *u probably fatal ly Injured Fireman Malloy of the freight waa seriously hart No pa» MBfr· ware hurt. Lml Bill Ιϋ;. Austin. March 14—Saturday was, aa tMual. local bill day tn the houae, and a number of arta providing for a bet ter road ayatetn In several counties paaaed Unanimous consent waa secured to ■ah· the special order for the 20th flte bill taxing Intangible assets of cor poratlons RM la a KMUarul. Waoo, March 1·.—A riot occured in aa all night restaurant among the Chinese operative·, which resulted la the serious gashlag of one of the com batants with a hash chopper. The edge of the sharp weapon severed the wounded man's pigtail and entered his skull The police arreated all of the parties except the wounded man Killed a Shark Clarksville. Tes.. March 1·. — Jap Ward. Ike Reed and Tom Caldwell while hunting and Ashing near Harris Kerry on Red river. kUled a shark nine feet long It required fourteen phots from a Winchester to kill It The BuuMer devoured two of their dogs Μ·| Maid al Ιι·>ιιιι. Lampasas. Tex.. March 1·.—The twentieth annual conventloB of the Youag Men'a Christian aaaoclatlon of Taxas ta la aesston here with a large attendance A«nm * Τ a a TUimb4 Fort Worth. March 1·—Oo a sub ject which be terme J A Meeaage From the Sea." Captain R P. Hobaon addressed MM sen and boys at the First Baptist church Sunday after I0M. T>—··!·« N«iy Dill Texarkana Tex.. Marck 1·.—J. J. Peavy. treasurer of Miller county. Ar kanaaa. for the paat six year*, died at his bone Ave κ lies eaat of here Saturday afteraoon He was sixty tkree rears old. Detroit. Mick.. March X--Manager •arrow and aliCM ■aasheta of the Detroit AaaerNaa Ha· Ml Mr aknvtpart, ' te vM «· m TYNER'8 RESIGNATION. Wnthlugtui? Port Hmm That it I· ftoot I.» B· A«k*4 r«r. Washing ion. March 16—The Ροκ» ■«r>: It «· announced that Mr. Jam et Ν. Tyner, assistai* attorney genera! for the postoffice department wtl! b? requested in the near future to tendei hi· resignation, but the announcement Is accompanied by the statement that this action will have no bearing on the complaint filed with the president by Τ C. Campbell of Cincinnati, an attorney representing several of the turf concerns, whose affaire recently have been aired In the courts Mr Tyner Is incaplcated by Illness from performing the duties of bis office and it is said his resignation will be re quested solely on that account, Mr Tyner is seventy-seven years of agf and suffered a stroke of paralysis last July and in December had a relapse Mr. Tyner denounces as absurd and ridiculous the charges that there was wrong doing in connection with th« decisions by his office respecting th# rights of turf Investment compan.e? to use the malls. CODV ON TIMBER. Buffalo Bill Writ»· Pre«ld*nt Kootcvcll Favering Frotectloo of II» Washington, March 16—The prési dent has Just received the folowlng lettter from Colonel W. E. Cody: London. March 3, 1903.—Hon. Theo dore Roosevelt, Washington, D. C.: For the benefit of future generations, the timber, and especially the under brush, must he protected now. before It Is too late, from the sheep devastat ing, the mountain water sheds, as they have already done the valleys and ta b!e lend If sheep are allowed to browse off of the underbrush of our mountains, in less than five years from now, the homeseeker, tue man behind the plow, the actual tax payer, will have to leave the Uig Horn basin for want of water to irrigate his land No one knows this better than your self, for you are familiar with all oi the west 1 am very faithfully yours. W. r. COOT. ZmmO* TOOK POSSESSION Fourteen Ma»k*<l M»n War· Conilrfrr i able fash and Not#·, Wapakoneta. Ο , March 16.—About j 10 ο clock Saturday night fourteen armed and masked men entered the house of Mrs Jacob Reidcheiderfer. an aged and wealthy widow, near this place, and took possession With Mrs J Reischelderfer are living her grand ι daughter. Blanche aged twelve years. ! George liâmes and his wife and their I son JosephJamt's, a young man. The robbers knocked down the elder James, who showed fight and then bound him. his son and the two women, hand and foot with ropes and tied them to beds! in separate rooms At the point of a shot gun they made the little girl tell ! where the money was to be found ' They secured $1200 in cash and $700»' worth of notes and securities from an old chçst up sîairs and proceeded to ransack «he house from top to bottom They took possession of all the jewelry and silverware and s oured a month's I wages from old man James' pocket GAS NOT USED. Mayor and Other K*an«t(llf OfYt « tal· Hum KeroMBf, Evansvllle. Ind March 16—Mayor Covert and a numbrr of the member* of hts cabinet find themselves com petted to discontinue the use of pas tn their homes This comes a» a re sult of their being members of labor union» Saturday night at mldnisht. Mayor Covert and other city officers bad the gas turned off tn their homes and will use only kerosene for light tac or fuel purposes All were noti flad by the Central l-abor union which bas plated a boycott a gamut the Ev an»ville Gas and Electric Light com pan ν t« discontinue the use of £as •r be ex ommunit ated by the unions ttigiiMMtr Mrt HI· l»e»th. Kansas City. Mo.. Mar«h 1·.—The Oolden Htatr limited on the Rock Is laad system collided head on just out side of Dwight. thirty mile· west of Topeka Both engines were damaged badly, and the baggage and ma l cars and smoker on the westbound train telescoped. Engineer Love of tbe westbound train,was killed. Three other memi>er« of thé westbound crew and three pas sengers in the smoker and engineer ] and fireman of the limited were in jured. but not serlouaiy Γοΐ!« > < Ixmdon March 16.—Several Irish ; members of parliament address. <1 demonstrat.ons at Liverpool. Mam hes ter. Birmingham and Dundee on the better prospects of an Irish land set tlement. John Redmond, speaking at Liverpool said tbe government Irish land puichase bill offered a great hope o? m settlement Tbe policy of coer cton, he added, bad changed to a pol Icy of conciliation, but In view of past disappointment· tbe Irish party was not too sanguine. K%fcl right rn UmI. Paris, March 1·.—A novel encounter in which eight Ben fought with duel lag swords without buttons under tbe Mae conditions M prevail in actual dual· and In which four of th· combat aats were alifbUy wounded took place Sunday evening In a private enclosure at Nullly, a northeastern suburb of Paris, tn the presence of ISO persons Dmm«*4 Ik· Un. Princeton. Ν. J.. March Ιβ—One of th· big broas lions which guard tbe •strance of historic Nassau hall was M badly disfigured by a crowd of It can not be etnotefcrdlutaotabrdluu It can not be satisfactorily repaired Bar*tot'» U<|M(4 Si^ii Buffalo Ν Τ . March H.—The in fWirr into th· «wrder of the lat· Ed ward L Bardick haa wnniscsd la » i Is the Popular Carrier# Making the Quickest Time Between North and South Texas Rock Ballast Track. Oil Burning: Locomotives No Smoke Dust or Cinders. Effective November 15th, connecting at Houston with Sûnset Limited and Pacific Coast Express to San Antonio, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco and, for New Orleans and the East S. F. B. MORSE, M L. ROBBINS, Passenger Traffic Manager Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. T. J. ANDERSON, A. G. P. and T. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS jm Κ*?* l· . 1 &Lr .And, _ , RECEIVETULLJNE REGARDING COHTEMPUTED tHEKATY 4__ »·«*. ^ ~ HomeseeKers # Westward $25.00 ?*0llY California CommencinjrJFebruary 15th. Connection with Tourist Car*. Grandest Scenery. 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