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Bddjj8ttmnt. tft U. MOLL.vy TuMUtiir. EllDt, . . r. . . . N. J OMd lock U the most popular brand of nerve food. rcnury l wages ( the often the unexpected The nwn who rlilos n hobby it Hpt to dartae tut ImbUes ef ethers. 'L.glttaWr. The senate met Monday morning with eighteen members present, three lees than a quorum. A call wea or dered and after a wait of twenty mln utee Adjournment until 3 o'clock Mon day evening war taken. The senate met at 3 o'clock without a quorum nml a reeese of thirty min utes wni taken. Upon reconvening the senate wan till without a quorum and a en II wan ordered. After several more motions riar.llr rMt. I Cltmtsr DUei.MMl. The senate was called to order The Dallas city chnrter bill waa laid promptly at 10 o'clock Saturday. As a hetoro the senate again Thursday. Buitalntd Chair, The chair laid tho special order be foro thr senate Friday, a housa bill re. recess was taken from Friday, and B ouoreu an nnmnme latins tr tho Investment of tho per- not nn adjournment, tho chair Imme. , lnK 'he ""n Giving the commls- 'mnnont Mboo, fun(1 D,brc ,mmc. I dlately laid before tho senate the pend-, " "uthor'l,to, 'c1ens,c', "f u,ft 0' '? 'dlntely moved to suspend Uie regular ; Ing business, substitute bouse bill gtv-, Prohibit billiard tables, lonpln , ! Ing the state board of cdueatlon an and bow Ing alleys to regnlale. I p " Mlon of ten day. on county bond. 1 Ti' J UuZ aid 5S ! 'Bffo'J U of order that I and on bonds of Incorporated cities. houses of pros Itutlon and prostl- ohnrUr w nrnfl.lltKr Mini If n iirnmlilm la nat.l u iK"IHl. uuimui uuu ior bonds, the board of education shall , um wmWlng houses and games of " . . .. . - ... ' nvmrv Id nil IntlnrUa nml nit fraudulent If wishes were mule lots ef beggars would got kicked off tho earth, v,uv.. refund the same. Aftor several Inef- to take recesses and calls of the sen- j fMtUB, nUMtplt to Btaend tno bm ,t The longer a man fellows the raiw the farther they got ahead of hiss. A man baa to haro a pretty strong pull to equal that f a dull rasor. A good name will sometimes give you the nee of other men's great rtebes. Ixt of people marry moner. but Uie license Is always made out In another name. it Is a signal triumph for tho wea tit er man when hie prediction happen to come true. The individual who dlroa to tho bot tom ot pleasure brings up more grav el than jwarls. 'ihe retail dealer doesn't stand wot) with the manufacturer when the lat ter has to i-arry lilm. ate to secure a (jterum the body ad journed till DM7V6 Tuesday morning. Ninety-four members responded to roll call In the house Monday morn ing. A message waa received from tUo governor, transmitting a communica tion fron Hon. Guy M. llryan, recom mending the removal of the remains of Itephen F. Austin from their pres ent place of Interment at l'each Point, Ilrazorin county, to Austin, and that they lie placed In n plain, Inexpensive passed to n tilled reading and passed finally under a susponsten ot tho rtilea, Antl-frco pats bill was referred to a special committee. Dallas ehtartcr came up. The vote recurred on Stafford's nmondmont to strike out section 103, which reads os follows'. "Tl license, rpgutnu, lo cate or prohibit billiard tables, pin alloys and bowling alleys) to regulate loeate nnd prohibit disorderly houses nnd houses of postltutlon and prostl- A fool may Insult and nbuso others, but a wise matt gives people credit for wbnt they art actually worth. Itctween the enterprise ot his Mitch or and the wastefulness ot his cetft many a man Is dune to a turn. There art now over S.000 vocations oaten to women. Ono Is marriagethe nwers are of minor Importance, An Irish philosopher says his mem ory Is so poor that he frequently for get! one minute what he says the next. Don't think because a word to the wtlc Is sufficient thut people will tumble ovor each other to speak to you, tomb, like the Washington monument i m& ,0 r0KUlft.e con(r0- nnti pr0. ui .Moutti vernun, ai an appropriate place near to and In front ot the walls ef the eapltol. Tho message and ne eompanylng letter were referred to the committee on state nffare. I Tho house resumed consldernllon of the general appropriation bill. The amendment, rdttclng tho salary of Uw pension clerk from $1M0 to $1900, was imllfly adopted. Mr. drngan offered an nmontl- ment to reduce the salary of tho chief clerk of tho treasury department from $1700 to 1M0. Mr. didders proptod as a substitute ' to rcduco It to $11100. Tho nmondmont and substitute were both defeated. I Numerous other amendment wero offered, proposing changes In salaries . In tho treasury department, but none were adopted, nnd the salaries were left as fixed In the bill. ; The speaker laid before the house on Its third reading ami final postage the house bill, to authorize the city councils of cities and towns Incorpora ted under tho general laws, to regulate tho charges and fix the rate to be , charged by nil water companies and all other corporations or persons en- 1 overy kind, lotteries nnd alt fraudulent devices nnd practices. I Stafford nddrmcd hlmrelf to the ' nmendment at length, taking tho po . oltlon that It Is giving tho commission ' entirely too much power. The discussion wns Interrupted by a ntoseago from tho governor withdraw ; Ing tho nnmM ot Ilobert II. Itulee of 1 Starr county nnd F. J. Malor of Comal ' county, nominated far noturlos, nnd I nominating A. C. Wllmcth of Rcuny county district attorney of the thirty ninth Judicial district, vlco It. C. Crane, i resigned. Also nominating Jamea M. j Uoggln of Maverick rounty Judge of ' tlm fntt.nrt tmtlnlnl flUtrlrt. vlon hlblt gambling houses nnd games of WnUor amBi rMBn0li( nnd presenting ovory kind, lotteries and nil fraudu- lho nRme. of R A MolleynoWil w. II. lent devices nnd practices. ! aunhind, John Dillon, Otis Itlgby and Tho nmendment was lost by a voto j A ,n)nna of Jeonon county an of 11 yoas to 10 nays. i p)ot eommiMionor. for tho post of The chair stated tho question: "Shall gnbno pnMi tho bill pass to a third reading!" inllor!on wna recognized and ad Stafford caused a broczo by domand- drcMd j,mf to tho Dnllar charter. Ing that tho bill, comprising olghty- ( Ho object0,i particularly to tho proviso two printed pages, bo read In toto. blowing the commission to llccnso nnd Gough and Mllllcr objected, but In a controj nn variety theaters. Ho dc few minuter withdrew their objection cmrcd u wouJ monn U0 Ccn.nR 0f nnd tho cl . proceeded on the la- M Mnia of digrcpmnblo games, bc borloiis task, commencing nt 12:20. j mil0 pric fl;hu cou,((1 bo ccntti to After fifteen minutes had been con- j tn)0 ,,, the n(1 mmHi e np sumcd Stnfford withdrew his motion penit(j tho Christianity of tho moni tor further rondlng nnd tho bill was ( borB (o volo nRnnRt the chnrtor. patsod to a third reading by tho fol- M,jer niaeA tbal ncv. Dr. Itankln, lowing voto: I formerly pastor of the First Methodist Yeas nurns, Dlbbrell, floss, Oreer, church of Dallas nnd nt present editor Hnngor. James Medoo Miller Morrtse, . of tbo Methodist paper, has written a Noal, rotter. Htono, Terrell, Wayland ' )ottor indorsing the chartor, and In an nnd Yantls IB. nwer to a question Mlllor said ho knew It Is n house bill nnd by resolution It wns ncrecd that each houso would con sider the bills ot tho othor on Wednes days and Thursdays nnd thcroforo tho bill la pending business for next Wed nesday. Tho chair overruled tho point ot or der stated that the resolution had for Its effect tho giving of preference to house bills on Wednesdays and Thurs days, but that the bill "comes up this morning after tho special order Is dis posed ot as unfinished or pendln gbusl ncss." Odoll made tho furlhor point of order that In order to postpone tho special order which is in effect tho regular order, would require a two-thirds voto. Stnfford, Atlco, Davidson and Linn took the position that Odoll's point ot order was well taken. dough made n counter point of order Hint tho motion la not to suspond tho regular order, but to postpone, which only requires n majority vote. The chair overruled tho point of or- dor and put tho motion, whloh waa car ried, Stafford appealed from tho ruling ot tho chair nnd on tho appeal moved n cnll of the senntc. dough mado tho point ot order that ii call could not bo had on nn appeal from tho decision ot tho chair. Tho point was suslnlncd and tho scnato bus talnod tho chair by a voto ot 17 to 1L No action on Dalas chartor. Lloyd's bill, to punish any person who shall knowingly purchase for u minor or soil any Intoxicating liquors, PASTURE AND PA DM. around Midlothian looks well N.ys-Atlce Davidson, Johnson, ! tbftl Ul0 reorentl genl0mn had read WM 'M,,M aM undor P" The trouble with some men Is that tli oy work too hard trying to get thing they don't neotl and never (Might to want. A man's oars nro placed so that lio may catch the things said to his face. It was never Intended that ho should lien r tho thlugs that arc said behind his baak. Ffl? mOro respectable Is tho Mod pour man than tho bad rich man; a walMKilaneod nnd wull-storod mind, n Ufa full of useful ptirpoio, Is of far greater Importance than worldly ro-epcetablllty. lIlRinnrok, In speaking about thoic people who arc always complaining of the behavior of the ihiIIco, said: "i am reminded of the story of the police commissioner ot Hanover. A wealthy man complaints! to him that tho police-' Jiorshlp In attendance. Kerr, Linn. Lloyd, Odoll, Iloos, Utaltord the sections regulating variety theaters and Turncy 10. ' because ho had proposed an amend- The above voto was reconsidered and mcnt to It. tabled by n voto of IE to 10. After much discussion the chnrtor Moltzon called up the house bill to was sidetracked, tiruvlde-n modo by which horse, mitleo i On motion of Miller the scnato con- I; : ;r' or 7,,h.r Jenne, . Nttl. may be pre- currcd In bouse amendment, to his bill agent. Appproprlatlon bill was discussed In tho houcc. The houso then proceeded to tho con sideration o f the Huntington grant bill on Its third reading and final passage. Ulll parsed. commodity to tho public, or engaged vented ftom running rD m in any other public business within lln counties ami nuunivmun. ui the limits of said cities or towns and , . nnd moved to concur In the son- oroupylng tho streets nnd otlver pub- nmondmcnts I 111 passed. . .i i ..... i Tho bill as flnnlly passed npplleo scribe reasonable rules and regulations " Cooke, Kills. lie . MonURUa. In, therefor, and o protect sold com- John.on. " II. U pnnlcs and corpnratlnni bor persons from Imposition. Dili pansod. It.llli.r' M"t. Cucro. Trx.. April IS The Fouth and Wost Texas Trwa nssnclatlon, nn or gnnlrntlnn Including the editors nnd proprietors of nenrly nil lho dally and weekly papers published In Hist portion of Texas Indicated bv IN nsitin. convened hero yesterday In regular res slnn with n fair proportion of Us msm- Navarro, vnmiin. Hunt. Tarrant, drnyson Dal-1 las Austin, Ot.adnlupe. and Ilrazos. J na.k iiurn.. Tho speaker laid before tho houso , Leonard ,Tcx., April 14.-The flro tho sennto bill to authorize the board alarm was sounded nnd It wns dlscov of managers of tho Southwest Toxaa 1 cred that the First National bank . i 1 IihIIiIIhm wna ah Aa T e m n Aha lnsnnc asylum at san Antonio, in conjunction with tho governor, to lenuo tho sulphur water flowing from tho artesian wells on thi asylum crounds. amentimeni the rules. Davidson, Marries and Miller intro duced a bill, which Is almost Idontlcal with that ot the Arkansas anti-trust act, styled, a bit to be entitled nn aco to provide for the punishment ot pools, InlMla mill rnliantr.rl.il In minimi i price, and as to evidence nnd prosn-j tnko 2W)0 rnr" ,0 iho Cfttlle' Wheat well. Wheat nnd oats are dc ig nro 'nil Margaret. Bevcrnl consignments ot pecans and pens hnvo been recently shipped from Blnton to north Toxns points. Will nnd Ilort Delclior of Henrietta havo puNhased from their father 1300 Head ot cattle In LaBallo county. jonn t. uermnny ot urownwona bought 300 two-year-old beeves ot T. J. trawls and W. It. McClollan at S20. Mossrs. Fernonux Ilros. ot Albany received ono train (sixteen ears) ot steers and stock oattlo over tho Texas Central. About 2S00 boxes of beans and pens besides fifty cars ot watermelons will bo tho record for Blnton this year, It Is said nt that place. Two hundred nnd ten stock cars havo been ordered for tho noxt two or thifo months In advance to 8lntofl( for shlpmont ot cattle. The strawberry crop In the Denlzon section at tho country haa not been seriously Injured by tho cold weather. of tho last few days, but has been Bot?- uncK. A drnyson mnty fruit grower soya thero will bo plenty of poaches on seedling trees, many apples and nu merous plums this soason In that county. W. T. Waggoner of Wlso county haa made his father, D. Waggoner, n pres ent ot n fifteen month old Hereford bull for which ho pnld 1000. Ho Is ono ot Ikard'n thoroughbreds, Moms. Coleman nnd Illockcr ot nenr Carrlzo Springs nnd Armstrong nro on tho market In tnat city In nmplo amount, llndlshoe. In particu lar, aro quite numerous. E. II. Rant, a promlnont stockman of Victoria county, shipped throe train loads of steer cattle to the Territory a ftom J. J. Waldln's ranch near Benton, where he purchased thorn. "w and Jennings ot LaSallo, four ot tho biggest stockmen In Toxas, havo join ed hands In ranking n gigantic ship ment ot cnttlo to tho Territory. It wllb building was on fire. It was n flno two story brick building occupied as offices. The flro originated In the office of Dr. I aulhorl.0 dMoi nnd lown8 ln coronv ration In siii'h ouscs. The general aprpoprlatlon bill was laid before tho house as ponding bust ncus at tho opening ot tho morning ses sion of tho houso Friday, Thu pending amendment by Decker, to appropriate tri61)S.77 for tho piymcnt of tho Hogg & Kobortson tec, was ruled out upon a point ot order rained by Jones. Eevornl amendments were lost. On motion of Pitts the pending burl ncsc wns suspended nnd the houso took up tho bill of Itlbcrtran ot Hell, to It. H. Crabb rmd ho lost all his office , t( th , ,aW8 Q , t, xves fixture, and library. Valuo not known. ho c, x t ,, , I ostmastcr n. C. May occupied an , c , compsnlca and all It Is stated that fow cattlo In tho Alice section nro icady for early mar ket becauso of scarcity ot water nnd grass. Shipments from Allco will bo lighter than last year for that rcueon. Eomo drnyson county farmers hnvo ptowed up almost their ontlro crop of wheat becauso tho wind had laid baro tli roots ot tho grain and cttu(l Clio plant to die. Col. iko T. I'ryor has returned to Sau" Antonio from n week's trip to Frio county and whlto away purchased a string ot eomo of tho best brod and best known herds ot cnttlo in south west Toxas, w W. MoCoy of Oshkoslu Wis., who manager nnd part owner ot ono of men wore unnecesarlly abrupt In ad dreoalug the public. 'Well, you see,' anhl the commissioner, 'I've adver tised for society man to Join the force, but I can't get themt'" The following was ndnpted tttlll.ii. ..... - , nvv. i.,.i.niii which waa adontod. providing that tho nujo.ninB omce ns a s.ecping room 0h (Kl.llorutloni!i ,,..,. the largest nnd best cnttlo ranches In water shall not be leased to any per- Mmnicu ai no ,,., W(l(cr or othcr Commodltlrs Tcjttt8 loctttcil "" adjoining son or persons unless thry shall glvo ,nun"' ' . j io the public or engaged In any other ntle, was n visitor at Fort Worth lKind In the sum ot 110.000. conditioned 'W' "c WM noxt public business within tho limits of '" He It resolved, that lho mentors of .... h , orW!t upon lhlr prtm. towi ,0M..V.Bi no iniuranee. ! this nwinelntlnn. cnlleetlvelr nnd Imll- . 1 , i .-.. n in.1 1,10 uuiimng was a total loss ami Court eowi but unhygienic was the set of President MclClnloy, when he recently rode bareheaded through tho itrsota of Hostou on a bitter winter's 1 tlnn of tho lerlslnluro. It mv he mmln ilajr. lie is not by any means the only , n nllink , Hl, itfl pnrtj. ,ntfftrm, ,n vlilually. fllmll urge upon their repre sentatives, senators nnd the public the passage of the bill far libel re form to tho end thai, should the re form hi not granted during this sen- Ises pormnnont Improvements, not less worht f-1000; Insured for 12000. nrsoldent who has risked health and lite by the same uoedlers exposure. If etkiiiotte upholds or condone the BOtirtoous set, then etiquette should bo condemned. Fnr some reason our Hpte seem to think that presidents have no more right to raver their henUs before a crowd of staring spec tators than they have tn wear n. w , Ml VI rani. r umi "f w'pmptoiinNi,! of the elty. lre not died of pneumonia fore their four years' term the future unutll its flnnl ndoptlon. linn llrniTncil, Forf Worth. Tex., April 18 The IfJdy of n whlto man 31! or 40 years of ago, was found llfeleas floating In the Trin ity river nenr the Toxas nud Itorlfle The dead tn value than IW.000. Mid improve ments to be adapted to and used tnr .,. Cn. a snntltarlum and bothlng establish- -.,i,.ii ...iniin nun rarls, Tex., April H. Tho fire do ment and to bo- comp leto.1 within ono nent year fhe 'late o ho ' Tho very handsome pattern valued nt S1W, bill was panted to n third reading. nM Q th j Flremnn'a association during Its ses ' non hero next month, to bo contostcd for by tho various departments in tho Mild cities or towns or occupying the streots nnd othor public places for that purpose, to prescribe reasonable rules Tho ground Is being cleared for tho new oil mill which Is noon to bo built, on South Contcr street. Donhnm. Titff- nnd regulations therofor nnd to protect' nwchlnory has bcon ordered and will oaltl companies and corporation!! or he there tn the coureo of n few weeks, persons from Imposition. Passed. i H will start In with tho fall trado. i Tho shlpmont ot gnrdon truck from ' lly Irrlsnlliin'n A I Ween. Tex., April 17.-Prank Ot worth, n Herman farmer, who resides state at tho annunl meetings of tho as-, Crawford stroet, Just bnek of tho col-, would cause the garden truck to roll . ... ,...' .... .... ... t . .... i. ..n, ii.... ..... .ii,... . . .... ..... llrnUnn lira. Dcnlson, Tox., April 15. Yesterday morning tho corn shelter and mattrosa factory of Mux ?letchcr on Wost CorptiB Chrlstl by oxpresa are rapidly Increasing, notwithstanding tho bad f i coze In February nud the lack of rain In that section. A good rain now one and a half miles south of tho city soclntlon. The rules for tho contest nt leGe hulldlng, was dUoovorcd to bo on limits on the Waco and ltoblnson road, Paris, which will bo hold on Friday, firo- Is shipping strawbrorles from his gnr-, Mny 12, provldo for four men to form Mr. Fletcher's dwelling-house, Iocs dea. which is Irrigated by a woll thirty n team. They nro to run SCO feet, con- j tctl Jt oast, noxt caught and, tho feet deeti. from which a wind mill , noct hoso to hydrant and pi no to hose wind being from tho south, It begnn to out by tho carload, for there are ncrea and ncroB ot benns, tomatoes, oiiIoiib, potatoes, etc., plantod. S. II. Ilurnott, tho well known oattlo- man ot Fort Worth, returned from expired. i..Ui dm wni.r. tti i-mn nnt suntilr and get water, tho team dolns tlm work ' look as though tho row ot bulldtncs n.ni....i. VVUHIJ --,,1,1 I,- l.l 1 1,1 . I til I I. " . - " i - . l-vv, .i.uv-aucvw, ...lit UIIIQI I'VltliUI long be- , " " 7l "v ' "" hte cuetoracrs, the demand Is so great , tn mo snortcsi nmo winning the cup, "' nwoning nouses ncroRs tne street .rejtnB points. It Is understood that Mr, of office ' ,md evidently bean In tho water for ,Br ,,,, V8Rttnble and berrlos. Ho which Is to remain In Its possession I would go. ns grent blazing brnnds of J immctt has jecontly purchased for several ilays. It wns badly decomposed. I On his person wero M cents In money, Wben o friend Is carried to his grave n imcket knife and a shrine i...i. we at ones find excuses for every Th r.,.,ni. iu..i.i i .. . Mm.iu.Hd .f ...-...!" """" ri , . . ... v- . . , thinks he will make fSM from a plat of ground less than nn acre. until tho noxt annunl meeting. wegkhMt and fault; wo recollect a thousand endear menu which before glided off oar ml Hiss without Impression, a thousand invar unrepahl. a thousand duties tin- E formed; and wish, vainly wish, far return, not so much that we mar rseetve m that we may bestow heppt- noes and rerApne that klndneu wliton before we Never understood. !,t field. An lumiest was Justice Mllnm. held by Slrlh. Settled Waeo, Tex., April 18. The union carpenters nnd the (wilding eon true- his fireman, II. V. Ugow, at 12:35 tors reached nn agreement and the ; o'clock Saturday mornJug. union men resumed work yesterday. Tho killing occurred on Coleman's s therefore make haste to do whut ; the eight-hour rule remaining In force, nncin that was coupled to a freight m shall eertalnly at last wish to hare , for which the union eantmii. At train bound for lteyee. La. Coleman tthe same time the union agrees to re tire from the demand for increased enmpenaatlen. The eompromlae leaves the matter nearly where It wns before thu trouble arose. KliBlnr.r Kill t'lrrni.n. Marshall, Tex., April IT. W. C Coleman, a well known frlght cngl- .... v-,.i n.i.,a ti.f'n. illt-l. aloa of the Texas and ltelnr railway. ' ...?. 1 K w 'h Uo. lh." to U1 Is under arrest, rhargetl with killing tlnit.r llpiiil, Waeo. Tex.. April H. Iter. Dr. n. T. Hanks ot Abilene was arrested hero by Doputy United States Marshal U U. Farrls on an Indictment charging him let ue return the aaTection of ear trtoWHi, and endeavor by mutual en iMrmente to hetghten that tesulernees wbloh hi the balm of life. IM us be NjUlek to reeent of Injurlei which re pSHtMHee may not be barren anguiah; and let im open our eyee to every rival jixeellMtee. nod twty early and willing ly these hoNors which Joetlee win oom IHn h (6 nay at last. Aeeertilng to news rableil to Merlin from the province at Ihantung. China, a new rebellion has broken oet In the dleiriets around Klno-Chou. In the yUiriet of Tan-Chen-Ohlen twenty Christian settlemenU have been do- sirvyeu ami rour cn rut tans have beeN claims self-defenee. Many telegrams Imve been Mtit to Austin pretesting agalnat paojB of anti-Inset bill. Til. HlncM. Oranlmry, TexH April 18-Tlw dhi trlst singing convention met hero nnd held IU seeslons In the eeurt Ihihso. There were delegates from Lars. Irfinit fi.l.. Waxabaebie, Tex., April 17.-V land tie was eonsummated In wblelt J. It. Nowlln nnd Dr. It. II Fristoe flgiiod, the eoaalderatlfln being IHM, The land is weated near Ited Oak. lawfully open nnd read a letter ail dreeeed to another person. Dr. Hanks wns here attending the convention ot the Dsptlst Young 1'eople's Union ot Toxas. On aucgeatlon of District Attorney At well. Judge Meeek placed Dr. llkiitw bell at WO, whtsh was furnished In-etaator. Lumli.riii.il Ait jmirii. Han Antonio. Tex., April H. After transacting much business, the Texas Lumber Dealers association adjourned tu meet at Wueo next year. All i ii l Mnnulinii, Cleburne, Tex., April II. Rnslgn J. It. MoBBghan, who was klllwl In Samoa a tew days ago, Is the four one mum. Foreign Minister van Huelow ; Hamllien, Ilrath. ftimervllle, IhMene has InetrHcted Itaron von IU) blag, the and Heed, ami these with the visitors Oerwsn minister at Pehln. u, Hroeee4 , keot the howte naeked all day. The SSiSue, imfLTinl' W' mUUl ulready been warned la the rase of the pnykWent "nd 0bto Tarr secr abtuo ot Osrmaai at TUauia recently, ty. lltol.rrtl Out. (latveeton, Tox., April 17. Four eompanlr of the first Texas were mus tered out Saturday afternoon and left for heme that evening, They were of the class graduating in 1885 nt the companies It, F (1 and M, including Vnltcd States naval academy to meet a the llelknap rlQea and tbo zouaves , tragic death. Hnslgn Worth Ilanley froz San An teals, the Kennedy rifles j killed at Cardenas, Merrltt went from Corpus Ohrieil nnd the Pnttnln (lown on the Ill-fated Maine nnd Ilreek guards from I lab am. They were given , bridge was drowned. Copt. Newt an ovation at tbr nonet. Unltetl States marine eerjn, of . . . A ' '" 1 Jhr.eUy.' who Is now en route ,o tbo An Infant died en a train scar El Pblillptilnes on the lladgsr, was e jtjifto, graduate In this elasa. buy and feed were caught up by tho wind and carried for long distances, the collego building nnd dwelling houses north being almost bombarded by them. ' I.nr Cart". Sabine Pnss, Tex., April 15. The Narweglun steamship Transit, 8(0 tons, Copt, T. W. Sohlytler, of the Port Arthur nnd Mexican steamship line, John C. Collins, agent, oleared for Vera Crux and Tampleo with tbo heaviest cargo ot lumber, railroad Iron and other cargo ever carried from this port. The American schooner Mary Tl. Morse. SM tons, Capt. Dlnstnbre, cleared yesterday for Perth Amboy with n our go at fine Texas lumber to be vulcanized for elevated railroads In Chleago. The flnlolgu has readied Bermuda, Arrliltnlal Killing. Fort Worth, Tox., April 15. Luthei Mobtey was ihct and killed last night by his room-mate, limmett Iloblnioa, at tho resldenee of J. Ii. Johnson, lloblneon's stntcmont to Justice Mi lam, who viewed the remains, waa. to tho effect that he (Robinson) bad been out attending u saelal nather!ng,and on returning to his room opened his trunk to lav away some clothing. Seeing his plilel In the trunk trsy, he picked It up and examined It. when suddenly tbo pistol wett off, killing Xlobloy Instantly. for his ranch In the Comanche reservation acwrnl thousand one ami two-year-old steers. Fearing that tho corn they had planted had been ruined by the frost, eomo Hood county farmers would take no cbanoes, so have planted between tho middles. Thoy feel that by imr-i aulng this course thoy will be nble to count on a crop to a certainty. Corn In lining county has about recovered from tbo effects ot the re cent freeze. Some farmers nro plant ing cotton, but tho bulk of the crop will not be planted for a week. Most every farmer Is fixing to plant plenty of forage orops. Powell darner, who Urea near Dells, dray no n county, says that corn plant ed deep In tho ground is all right! that some planted several weeks ago too near the surface was killed after It sprouted by tho oold weather nip ping It very badly. Mr. A. T. Klrkpatriok, whose farp is near Olory, Iimar county, says tlto recent rain did bis corn a world of,, good. Mr. Klrapstrlek says he can feed his hogs on the corn ho raises and inako money selllnr tlm mut nt cente. The country around Corpus Chrlstl still looks green and beautiful, and while the truck farms are not suffering much as yet, the produce is not grow;. ing as rapidly as it should and sua a will commence to dry (us for wuu ot more moisture.