In Texas snow has fallen to the depth of from six to eighteen inches, crnshiBg in roofs and fretzlng numbers of horses and cattle to death. A negro froze to death in Houston, and one in Dallas. In Louisiana trains have heen snowbonnd, and a negro froze to death at Shreveperfc. In Mississippi nierubers of the Legislatura were snow-bound, and for days no qnornm eonld be had. Persons have crossed the river on the iee at Vicksburg for the tirst time in the history of that section. In Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, South Caro.ina, and Virginia, the sqow and cold are unprecedented. In Georgia and South Carolina sleet has been very destruotive to trees, telegraph lines, etc.