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H**· Fletcher at < entrai Tesa» iIrocery < γ ♦»< pd ! FOR Η Κ N'T *!* room lyfnt^e on Kraoklln atreet, n«ar vj>t*r«f, Now "Tapird by Mm AUiIbmi / ti M If Patrick. < · Κ R A Ν IP M S for «alktf> M r» J H Owen·, Hullard H-idP'» J 03p Ί ft)R 8ALK At a hantai*. houae and lot In W«*t Ki;d, ·«» j0efîer»on »tr»r| H*« I·: H (Wifl^uf 102 FVRNI8HED l>ed iVrfiij, «ccm to. bath. M Eavtland, Oyllsam-vae &' HFE Mr·, i' J. Orl^i.·» lor ladle· anita tnnd* to »rd*r, tf FOR RKPfTOn» dw*fl$ij bnuiK on Mrtjnr· atre»t, with/ H L. WyaM ? tf FOR plain aewlng W-e Mr# Deik, ill Wnt Main atre*t. 03p LADl EH Mr· V. J \ /rlinùi will b* plea*»d to (bow yot^fier aftmplea of spring «oit·, tf TIME OK VKARto baïe^ourRew tag Machine Thoroufàdy Cleaned, to aa<r* wear on inacîft/ry a» «< ll aa yourself Broken Inerte dupli cated Arthur MackoJ'e φιη and Bicycle Hhop. t lm!4p A. J. MORE LEV. akiianmn for "Wjnnn·" Mil!· foil »4ώιιι|»·β ho alery and underwear, olcf'pgone ltij. ^,Ι,Ι,ΙΙ,ι M Mil I'll — ■ M ' i A LARGE HTOCR ot *.^»inc ma j china needle·, oil, and all kind of ecwing machlt)4J»xt/aa al· ! way a on hand at Arn<pd> Music Htor*. ' tf f .ι M LAD I EH' asi> UKSTBV Clothln* Qstfinl, K»palr»»d. Tfte W»t work In town. Loweat priced 21J Kaat Main tt. J H. Perrln. We atlll have a flàe collection of fruit trwee, berry plurt/, fine rosea, etc. Phone ua your /nanti. C. L. Kldd. γ tf MEN WANTED for the United Htatea Nary; machinists,yftremen, coal paaaera, electrician*, ahip wrtebta, aeamen, ordinary aeamen, lanaamen, apprentice·, and m»a· attendant·; muat bé Aiyerican born rltiiena or have ma Je Légal declara tion of intention to rw*#>tiie cltlsen· Only men of foot Character and phyalqa* need apply/ For Informa tion apply In peradft or b* letter to Nftval Recruiting Station, post· oflo«, Fort Worth, March 23 to Si. Dallas. March 30 to April 4 13 / Mor* Riot·. DliUrbueM of striker· u· not DMrlr m m?· m individual disor der or tbs system Orerwork, loss •f sleep, MTTOUt tSQSlOU will be followed b* utter rollapee, anlss· a reliable remedy is Immediately era ploy sd There's nothing so efllcisnt to ears disorder· of lbs Liter or ^tfidnsy· ae Electric Bitters. It's a " wonderful tonic, sad effective ner vine and the greatest all around wididin· for run down ay «terns it dispels Nerrousnee·, Rheuma tism aad Neuralgia and szpsls Ma laria germs. Only 50c, m l satisfac tion nuaoissd by Herring Drug Co., Dniglsu. L^U—^î IS BELIEVED REACHED Thought the Crest ef the Flood Has Been Attained at Memphis. FOItTY FEET HEIGHT At Trier's Landing th* Flw4 Cos* tlBHM t» Peer Three?h the Cre »iw and thr Bull of tke W»tw I» Tffriif. Memphis Marrh 20.—It is beileved t'.at the crest of the Mississippi r'.ver flood has .V«'mphis an J that a fall will begin within leas than tweety four houra However, the· conditions that exist above Memphis with the ι gap in the levee at Tricos Landing, Ark . mal « it a most difftcul; and uo ] certain mjtl«r to forecast what is j likely to occur in the flood situation I The gau*e Thursday night showed 40 ! feet and stationary. a rise of two j tenths in twenty four hours. While the ctvvasae ha» not widened ; to any |ηρΜ*·|*Μ* d»»iree. the levee j is overtopped a short diwtanc further to the non h and the flooded Missis riij; v* ' scharpin»- much water at; both this point and at the crevasse ' A difference of between four and five· feet ·'*!·) in the h»!ght of the water i*n either «H» of the levee at the crev asse. ami the rush of water through the opening is terrtflc The St. Fran cis levee board mad# a second effort " ' » ΡΓΠΊ ' ί I * * > · I'1315 1* ϋίΙ'Ι » ν»β I μ ' ihmugh Uw creva»«e to a#aiat in r« ruins pe»>i>le and limlock in Arkan p«* The l'iana ud the goTcrnmenl # « ih ·!· [ ,ri■· ■ ? irmwl "f swil Ins the tus through In charge of Cap tain FogJ^rnan who had volunteered for the danccrou* work Wle tbe •ligation νβΜ rar'fu!ly inspected th* td«a of pitting the tug through the rap van abandoned. a*. the fall ta *r> créât and th·' ru*h of th»* water an «t ruriK that It *m fear«»d th»· tug rnatft not *»fely pan* through A boat jon yard* *«i( of th* k»iw there la a belt of bra ν y timber and the crirr»-ot • w.<*p# acairi*« tke !ar*« trre* with fnrr«■ *i\Sin«nf to make them »*·* with vlol«-f!< » Thla condition made It ; moat prvlabe that th·" tu κ would be «wept Into the tltnbr by tbe force of th·· current and dlaatiled or even over turned fh<»nc and other unfavorable condition* make it impoaalble to mum» the tuir through witb caUieu aa wan contemplated. and c«eae<jnentty the taak hex fx·"β at>andun<>l for the pre· ent at Iraat A apecial to the Commerria' Appeal Tfrrn MarK>n. Ark r»reiv«»d at a late ho<ur Thureday night. telle of gr««t havoc by the flood at 'hat potnt, and *aya that auch extremetle* have been ri-Mb'd hi the jwipl» there that It waa de» lde<. at a funfMrerc of ρ rum Inent ettixe®» to d?uat»tt« tbe levee a' one»· at itound City, Ark nnleaa the Ft Krancia le\ee N>ard »»»nt a rf uf bunt through the break at Trice'· landln* at once Water I» running eight f«-et deep through every atreet of the town with fi-arful force and a rapid rte* la In progreaa Tw»»ntv white peraon# of lo cal fa m I He» ar* quartered In the aec ond atory »>f the ocurUtouae. and folly S»x» B«-*rw« many without food art penned up In varloua buildings of th·· village Several hundred h-ad of auick wiuiout aulftdent food, are on platforms in the til.ate·' and the fira' atory of all houae* are under water The Frtaec railroad tracks are rover ed and wa*h·■*! for six mile· and a handcar Ueriiit. General Manager H L. Win» bell, waa put through from tbe w«at with the greateat difficult) and grgv* ri«k Mr Wln< hell «tat···! that he aaw no hope of opening the line through to Memphia for at least a week after the water «hall recede Sher.ff Williamson of Crittenden county and other prominent citlxcns. «(tended the meeting at which it wan decided to dynamite the levee The rltlrena have sufficient of tbe expioa lve to tear an op»-eing in the levee AROUND NATCHEZ. ▼ b· W»u»r IIm ViMhr«( Avtjr · L«««« I» J·#·-will 4 Muuly, M Natrhet Mlaa.. March Ϊ0 -Alder Dan Α. Γ Jicobi returned from · (rip lo Aahland. h'a brother'· ptace where the privât» lev»*»· » λ , overtop ped Isa! week the water pouring in washing away the le*»··» and fluHitug th« weatern ead of Jelferaon county. Nothing < an l»e don»· with th«* lev»*»' there and planter· muit watt until the fiver goea down About (our htm dred head of *to< k were brought down from Aah!and and «tablrd her»- iu Nat< hci A h>-avy rain began here Thuraday Bight The inflow from Bougera crevaMc la filling Black river, that r.ver «how Ing a riae of one-tenth at Jonevvllle and atlH rt»ln* The Be'.ay Aun < ame In from Bayou 8ara with another lot of refuge»-· and atock She cleared aa qiiieklv as po· aible to get another load She » as compelled to paa» a lot of ato< k stand tag In water below Fort Adam·, but the rl*er will have «wept the «lock away before she can reach that point The rieer roae ,J5 in the twenty tour houra ending Thuraday afternoon at four o'clock which make* It 4 35 above the danger Une aad rlaing The Coral, with Ita colony of 20;ι people under the bluff· at the north weet corner of the Hty, ha· been «et off by the riaing river, and *everai atreeta ia the place are filled with va tar TrtkuKrl·» Lacroaae Wl« . a»r. h -0 Contln ued rain» of the paat week have awol lea the tributaries of the Mlaa:aaippt badly cauatng U t oirae nearly three feet, within the paat forty eight houra Old rtvar ate anticipate a further rtM of Κ Waat two feet, aad farmer» m the lowland· are vafciM prepsra itOM to vacate (Mr hoaaea. M. TU|» CMrt ·» P.U». »- Fr·**.» 1^·<ί'1* / aûSHbwfc CMpgiiBtfMMh» - * Vukl*|»a Marct 20.~â*mael Compara. presideet of the A β «ri eau Federation of Labor eeat the follow lag telegram Washington. March It.—Chief of Po lice. Tampa. F!*-—In the nana* of or gasised labor, as well a* every liberty loving citizen i demand fall protection to cur organizers. James Wood sad James A. Robert* and others whose live· hare been threatened These men I know to be law abiding citizens aad would sot be guilty of an unlaw ful act. ioc) Lave a right to organize workinginen and if necessary in de fense of their rights to str^k® for the enforcement of them if no other means of re»iref·* is afforded. The kidnapping and making -vay with a number of Tampa's workmen less than two years ago warrant* belief that the present threat ts serious apd emanate* from a capitalistic crgamzatlon of banditti SAMl'EI. OOVPKRS Tiiis telegram as sent by Mr. Gem pers on receipt of #!*tements from the organizers mentioned that the sub joined communications tad r.f«n re ceived by them "Tampa March. Ι'Ό.'ΐ — Jam** Wood: You are hereby commande! to leave the city at once and never return Our men have been watching you since your arrival and we are 'onvlnced that you are a trouble-maker Leave the city and save yourself the trouble of our being c< mpel!e<) to r· ··. ?\e you which we will do if you are in the city 24 hours after receiving this letter Take your big jpiard and leave the city under paid of death, for we will n,y have or tolerate any more strikes in this city Lea va or you die "COMMITTEE OF TAMPA V\n sfK-l ι»< η ft1* ΙΛ1 «*Vf V W ill SI I "Tampa March. — 1903 Jihih A Robert* You are hereby to leave the city at once You roii *pired to bring nigger William bark You brought Wood here Υοτι are cou gplrtng with the ansirbists in order to brin* on a strike You brought them anarchist* from Key W«t to brin* oq a strike atncl w<> think your next more for th»· good of Tampa will be to t<>ave the city, and if your ever com»· hark you do so at your own perl! To remain 2« hour* after rereiviog this letter mean* death for both you and Wood Get 'Hit of the city and save as the trouble of removing you "COMMITTEE OF TAMPA AND SI H Rorsnixa country Mr Comparu announced that he had been advised that letter* similar to these also were served on joee Diaz Geo Brlstow and Fr*nk Kelly m<-m bers of th<· Cigar Maker*' Internati'in al h β to·. Mill It» Pr»»l*M»<l l'arupa Fla Marrh 20 Chief of Folic· Jones Thursday night received a lengthy telegram from Samuel Gom per* president of the American Eeder atum of Labor. demanding protection of four labor leader* alleged to have r«*celved threatening letter* several week» agi· f'hief Jone* answered that the men will be given alt protection necennary CUBAN TREATY. Efrlprwii* M»*»urr «mt ^tuiité tin*!?? Adjourn·. Washington. Marrh Ï0 — A h er rati fying the Cuban reciprocity treaty the senate adjourned »ine die Thursday at fifteen minute* past 5 o'clock. Prac tically the entire day was spent be hind < loaed door* in executive session Ma*t of the time «as devoted to con «•deration of the Cuban treaty. Sev eral spe««che* were made is opposition to the treaty and In favor of It and then promptly at the agreed hour. 3 o'clock voting began Roll rails were bad on a number of amendments and the treaty itself was made the tub jet t of au e>u and no vote The πϋ> Uod to ratify wan adopted by a ballot of fifty to sixteen. somewhat mure than a three-fourths vote, where ait only a two-thirds vote «an necessary to UKuri· a ratification Immediately after the door» were rloaed a few minute· past 11 o'clock, Senator Foster of ' oulslana took the floor In order to mit«.e a «et speech In opposition to the treaty. He «poke (Or about two hour· and a half. H!a address had been prepared < arefully. and on tts coocluiloa Mr. Κι·»1« very Ken»·rally «at complimented on his manner of presenting the opposition view to the treaty. In the main his •pee< h «ai an appeal for the proiec tton of the American sugar producing Industry Senator Allison and Cockrell were appointed a committee to visit the white hou··- and notify the president the senate was ready to adjourn if he had nothing further to communicate I'poa their return they reported the president bad no further business, whereupon sine die adjournment wa* take*. r TmU liMlrMl Memphla. March SO—Mayor Wil liams sent the following telegram to Secretary of War Root: ' Refugees from overflowed districts flocklnf to Memphis and need shelter badly Can you furnish us with several hundred teeter* Lake Charles. La.. Mart h 20 —Λ Β Bateon was senteaced to death for the murder of the Earl family. No appeal was taken In his caae. and kit only hope tie· In executive clemency The governor fixe· the date of all ex •cations in I Louisiana Hataon reiter ated his innocence and heard hta sen tence with nerve unshaken. UUn (Mlw rraWMM. Ardmore. 1. T.. March 24—Gov era neat oAcials will sot permit tke g tore coat eel between Jack Perklaa of Kan ■M City and Bam Y alee of Ardmore I» take place ta ΑγΑβμ*·. Dallas, March £0.—At tie session el the Good Roads convention Thursday afternoon the feature* were addresses toy County Judgt Robert Β Greea of San Antonio and James W. Abbott, who bas charge of the Rocky mountain and Pacific coast division. Before either talk was made the following committee on resolutions was appoint ed J. Β Hawley of Tarrant county. W. R. Cox of Ellis. R. Ε Smith of El lis, S. C. Coffey of Brown. Olney Davis of Collin and Col. R. W. Richardson. Judge Green of San Antonio dwelt on the fact that it was necessary to make a proper expenditure of the mon ey, If you make a good showing, he said, the people will be ready and will ing to put up more tx,oney, but if you do not they will not Tote more tn \ twenty-flv* years. The Judg* then expanded extensive ly on what he considered, as a layman, ι proper dimensions for county roads, adding that in his belief the war and tear on harness, horses and vehicles , during the Ιί-t Γοοτ years would pay! every farmer's taxes In Bexar county j The speaker pointed out that under ■ the existing laws of Texas and as a | genera! proposition ;hp counties of 1 Texas had at their disposal 15c on every $100 that could be use ! for road I and bridge purptwes and that an addi tions! lew of l&c could be made if there were no outstanding bonds for ' road arid bridge construction. James W Abbott, a government ex- j pert, spoke on road construction, deal· i Ins: with technical features. The delegates gathered at 8 o'clork | Thursday night to hear the lecture of X. O. Rldredge. assistant director of I the offl ·· of public roads Inspector of ι the lTni?**d Sta'·# Tk·* l*rtnrp was il lustrated with steropticon view<. show ing not only the roads of foreign coun tries, but those of the United Stato. BRYAN'S BILL I*o»tpottrii Artie® I pan the I'otfl Hr*i ai April Austin, Man h 20.—The Bryan cattle quarantine bill came up in the senate Thursday, end after some discussion further consideration was postponed until April 1 Bill organising fish and oyster com mission finally passed. Senator VcKamy had finally parsed his bill authorizing trustees of inde pendent school districts to usue forty year funding bonds, twenty years be ing the present limit The senate adopted the free confer ence report on the bill repealing the occupation tax on mrchants A resolution off· red by Mr Bennett and others congratulating Hon Phil Jackson upon the arival of a son and heir, and asking that the boy be named Sam 1 .anham Jackson, was adopted by the house Senator Paulus' bill prescribing pun lahment for sheriff* who shall appoint more deputies than are provided for by law. Senator Paulus' bill relating to power of city councils of a town of city having less than 3000 inhabitants to dispense with the office of marshal. Senator Faust's bill relating to appre hension of lunatics and authorize the county Judge to fix the place of trial at the residence of the lunatic. MUCH RAiN. JVorth. Ia«t *nd « rn'r»l Trie* Hrrlrvni Much VV»lrr Thursday Dallas. March 20.— Heavy rains fell ever north. »»ast and central Texas Thursday In some sections th·· down pour resembled a cloudburst Several hundred f»"et of railroad track was washed away at McGregor, while at Klondike s<·mi .· il! ling* w«-re 1 moved off their blocks bv the wind which acci>iui>anicd the rum and sev eral outhorse» were blown down " Thunder and lightning ii!a><-d a con ■Iderable part In the storm A barn at Waco «as str-jck by a l>oil and set on lire Th»· electrics display at many points in th· state wa·. avuful in Its ' In I it ν ι f ν N«»er«» I* llle«l Austin. Mari-b 20 Lincoln Crump, colored. wa« shot to 'leath In Sixth street at the corner of CongrtisS ave nue. Shail McGowan, coloré, is un der arrest The scene of the shooting la the most prominent corner in the business district ami the people who crowded the streets were considerably excite I rioor··r ProfrMor mmm 8an Antonio. March 20.— Professor Theodore R Hartxberg. Ph D., aged eighty fi ve years, died at his home In this city from old age. Deceased was one of the pioneer* of Texas and at one time was a member of the state senate. ('•nttrmril H? vauiNti Guthrie, Okla. March 20— W H Seaman, president of the Ozark and Cherokee Central railroad confirmed tae >U'rmefit that the company has under construction a one hundred mile line from Mukuitw. I. T. to Ft. Smith Ark . and that another extension is contemplated from FayetteTllle. Ark . lb· eeatern extension at present, to Memphis. Me*«d <"»««!· r)urull» Hill. Outkrle. Okla. March 20 —Governor Ferguson baa signed tbe cattle guar aatlne bill It place* a quarantine wall around Oklahoma with the exception ef tbe Osage Indian reservation and tbe Kiowa Indian pasture reserve. t'»i«»< by Η·μ··7 Cars. Johnstown. Pa, March 20. — Tbe breaklag of a coupling followed by a runaway of a string of twenty five loaded cars In tbe Sunshine mine at South Fork caused the death of three mea. (be fatal Injury of one and sert oua Injuries tc nine other» Tbe dead : Fraak Mala. Anthony Border. Joe & St rank C Cool bough will die ί BetweenfNorth and South Texas Rock Ballast Track. Oil Burning Locoirotilr#»#· N© Smoke Duet or Cinder». Effective November 15th, connecting at Houston with Saneet Limited and Pacific Coast Exprees to San Antouio, El Paeo, Loe Angeles, San Francisco and) for Sew Orleans and the East 8. F. B. MORSE, M. L. BOBBINS, Passenger Traffic Manager Oen. Pass. and Ticket Agt Τ J. ANDERSON, A. G P. and T. A. HOUSTON, UTEXAS Is the Popular jCarritr# Making the Quickest Time And L— RECEIVE FULL.INFOR-i MATION REGARDINGjAHY contemputep'journeyJ —« »— Γiip ' THE KATY FLYER ψ Homeseekers Φ Westward Rock Island System yy'JI $25.00 California Commencing*February 15th. Connection with Tourist Care. Grandest Scenery. Leave Fort Worth 8:3t> p. m. ou the handsomest train from Texao Direct Line to Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha, Denver Des Moines, Wichita, Lincoln, Saint Paul and Minneapolis Best Meals W. H. Firth. G. P. ÔJT. Α., On Wheels Fort Worth Texas ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ "THE TEXAS RAILROAD"! KI. 6 G. N.Œ \ Popular Φ Progressive \ ' 1 ΟΠ4 facilities t 1 71/1 EQUIPMENT Superior Passenger Service ♦ Through the Heart of Texas J Constantly Building : Enlarging and ♦ Improving J Our Ak'fiit» jilr-ukurf in (tiriag ικιρΜ· Isfonnktioi ftboat X travrlitiL- and tirrnnfciiiK rfnervntioim ! L. ΓΚΚ Ε, D. J- I'KICK, φ fced TM· ffrt. AbetJHflli »·«·«. I a·» A Ί kt i|jt ♦ ♦♦♦·♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ · TaKe the "SAP" ιδ&η Antonio &nd Aransas Pass) &nd "Sunset R.oute" Cor California, Mt-xico, mid OrfK'm. Fr*«* Hcclininp Chair Car*, and aTtirouirli Kl««-i*-r from Waeo to San Antonio A Mexico tMty Fxcumion BIwp«ri from \Va»o to San Fran· rlirn «-arts Wt^tmnday and Friday. Rat» j-*»r b*rth In th*e«> 81·^>ρ«*Γκ about on»· haJf th* rat»- lu th* Standard 8l*«*j>«r : : : For Cheap Kat»·» to California, Illustrait*! Litrratur*·, H»-lial'lf Information ami ail Particular·, Writ* : : Α. V. MA1TIN. i. I. GEOIOE. P··». A*i. S. A.'< A. P. «ΊΤ. D. P. A. "S»bm< !·■(·" Wac·, Tex»·'