The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1890 Page: 1 of 4
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OH, QKO WILKINS,;
J| H. I. Pearson J|
Office north side sijusre. over Aran's
•turf. Teeth extrscieil without pain
bv iin* use of nitrous o> ide in*.
>AY. JANUARY 16. 1890.
m. m. mkt/, m d.
Honotnatttc Pbytteiu Mi Stfim
UoKlNNEY, TKX At*.
Chronic dlseses nd illse sea of wo-
men mid children a specialty. AU colls,
day or n Wit «t his office will bo prompt*
ly sttended to.
Olllco up sUlrs In mill's building.
pretty generally blessed with, also for the
bat there It still room for im-1 caisson which
provemeat of oar roads. They, j leak. He declined
Who captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and
else pertaining to dentistry at the lVxas State Fair
Exposition, 1888, has put in more than
Dr. WL H.
rasc-rica i iuirso to
KYE, EAR, THROAT
Uto Mailt struct, In twecn l^iuinr
DALLAS, • • - TIX.
Usrat, US* all rMMt u
Tfcbysara sUtk'ivss* uuur to;
S*fcmt a inrpiil linitrr ttr ~t~T n \
valuable ihr7«H | fiull.r in"
ly edit im**. thej arc aim
"lo. Tito i
desire for good country
i ia general and Is sincere,
the pel pie x iug question ia
we io make them,
blatk lauds of North, Ceg
Soaih aud West Texas
is of West Texas
while the sand
Texas are least
aad most indifferent,
are we in gat good roads
what i These are the
talk about. We all
Van Aletyae, T«x . Juu . -
however, never get impassable himself without reserve, as he J* *,orr .jjjjj
~iW*> °*r mftdjr toll.—Ma n not la |mjm«mIoii of all th« *ta
soa News. | facts, bat said that soeh aeci •4"1 •,m,! *l ° ,u
dents were rare, notwithstand-
ing the great apparaat danger,
Lotiievilie. Ky., Jaa. 10.-At and that there was evidently
10:1* thin morning the bodies gross negligence somewhere.
of three of the unfortunate vie Th« timekeeper on duty yes-
tims of the caiesou accident terday afternoon satd:
were recovered by the work- "There was nothing to be seen
men. The positoias iu which from the outside that w«uM
they were found showed that a indicate what had taken plana.
desperate straggle had taken There watt no noise or comaK>-
place at the narrow door of the tion and the first intimation wa j * mtnaHnm^m«
eaeape. had that an accident had oe- uauoaoiue structure ror a large
Oae negro succeeded iu pull- curred was whsu the four
ing his body through the ap«r ap| eared at the top of the 1
had overtaken md shouted to the engineer to
occupied by a National bank.
The buiidiug to cast iftooo. The
organ ixatimi took plate yes-
let lay. The following are di-
rectors : R. M. Cannon. H. L.
Bi<wen, J.C. Uraphresa, .I N.
Taj lor, J. It. HslWjr and Loula
The new two-story hotel tut
Main street is Bearing comple-
tion. Whea fiaished It will be
at ono long sitting.
such s weekly sets as a sort
confessor, while the editor i
CN . n — 4L i«■ - «— ! CSSiSSSt, f^tSS
b6tS Ol AGGuIllJc^iris.i Andrews,;
in the first year office was opened,
tificiai teeth for!
1 will continue to pui
A I" . OI N
Oftw I.VW H f, t !«.< 'itlfWl
waul ••nriif vaiilif . ii . rr.
ilriut Mor , Nort^.
$6.00 A SET GOLD FILLING $i.oo.
Ca'l and see new mettrjd teeth without plates, that will not
p nor get Ions**, luir injure the remuining teeth, or make the
mth s ie. tuitupl' H of Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold
Hen, G«ld Crowns und Porcelain Fillings. Enteral Crowns
Ide t match your «mu teeth. Porcelain teeth carved for de
jaws, a specially.
and Porcelain tons $2.50 to $51.
I linve on baud from ten lo fifteen thousand dollars worth
ieutal goods, embracing the finest collection of artificial teeth
I the United Stales, including all the best makes of both
arican and foreign manufacturers.
I Do not be deceived or tuisle.l by the statements
the old fossilised and sore headed dentists, whose
[thuds of practice have long since goti- out of date, and who
J* opposed to the progrenH uixi advunceinetit of dental science;
|t cull and *ep ilie facilities of my dental establishment for
•ducing strictly first class work, iinsui passed by any dental
|ce in America. My establishment is conducted on strictly
less principles, independent of any clique or combination
Pr. W ilkins treats and fills the worst diseased and aching j lHQRCV6HMRf,6F TRAVEL &
*rh without pain. Open every day from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. j
lce* CENTRAL AND SOt'THWEHT TKXA8,
Corner Elm and Harwood 8treet ,
Main Street, «04 Elm Street, Corner Elm and Murphy.
* - : TKXAS.
good language. All the Australian
colon ie* am rcpresontod in tlie weekly
general summaries; two or three ao-
rtal novels run thoir even courses In
least a move is Being
to improve the roads
leading through the bottom
lands tributary to Decatur.
Had this work been done be-
fore the present cotton season
opened it would have been
thousands of dollars in the
ised. Another negro
crawled partly through.
hands were fastened iu death
by clutching hoi I of the tie
gro iu front of him, showing
that he had died in a desperate
endeavor to escape first.
ha<J 'lie water. The engine wwm-
* liU iwu wnaU Mfcg.il, ftMlaniiig
them solid togather. His wife
.... , „ , «... , Between the two negroes was
the few columns allotted to each; the pockets of the business men of t. . # 1%v „ „,llSll, ■.
ondless liHl of colonial siwrts, races, . . Mf .. f. m. . the body ol a white mail, ll
cricket matches, footlmll guuics, is ",l8 c ^ 1 "'e work IS at)ujittPW,l from his
duly set roitli, lettora from New Yorki commenced immediately, not
Loudon, I'ana. together with pages ol „.,i„ k... i .r
teiegranhic foroign material, prevent V one, but sevctal of lite
the colonial reader from hotug too principal roads leading to the
much nlMmrhrd in home alfaira, whUo . M„, • „i. ' . %
these homo affuira are treated In c,ty CAn b« PUt ,n b1,hPh ^
in long fore the cotton seaport comes
appeared from his position
that he was trying to push back
a gn at quantity of air was
forced into the cab son and
we could see the millions of
bubbles on the surface, which
indicated that (he air was not
being confined to the box. 1
don't know who is to blame nor
what caused the accident."
An employe who had been
with great effort removed the
splinter, which was quite tuin
This town is not to be laugh-
ed at. During the vear ikm
we shipped from this city a*v
enty-five car loads of wheat,
JWft cars of oafs, Hflo cars of
corn, *S00 tons of cotton seed.
lengthy political aumnmries, i
editorials, in shorter editorial notes,
Meanwhile prautical interests ars
not forgotten. Tho farm, tho vino-
awl, cattle raiaiiiK and mining ars
im-iiMied at leu
puzzle*, ohhjivh, boolc reviews,
iaciiHaed at length liy ex|ierta. (iaines,
pti/./.l«'«, easnyn, took reviews, gonnip,
clime the solid feasL of somo thirty
I UK UltKAT
North and South
again. Decatur's met chants
should not be slow in giviug
money to this project. It is
said that railroad* are great
civilizers, aud so they are:
but good dirt rouds are still
the main arteries of commerce
in this country. The farmer
works hard to make mother
some one who was clinging to sick for several days, bu* who
Ills legs. The saud accumulating is owe of the lock-keepers, and
at lb. door by lb. .u.lden .ink_ who d-dinnd to gl.e hi. nan... dite m
i ■ «r iiv Ilia* iittluanii liitM U'oiltrMil uniH thtif list it ftutv knnv u'fta ht _ . •
fur tbib leisoQ are U500 bal 8,
We will reach 10,0*to before the
-anal all points—.
If. By ine who will not
He will give you the
for money and annual interest Lt 9 ard 10
per cent, lor three, four and five years, see.
1C. XX. BYRNE.
Ii, w it h 11. ^ \ i n 1 i 1, u < h ) < in. Do t.ol be deceived
j tj> til d it di fitiite j 11 mitt s t.f j allies that never ex-
it 11 to J« fill il i m ; lit diuct tu M *' " ' " -
itmireilial whuli lie caMict lu'iill
fst rates of any agent at McKiuney.
OFFICE IN THE C OritT-IIOt Si:.
oney, Money, Money.
.4 ■ "lii^ r« *<J ■ ► ■
.1. S. JKKK1KS has been making loans iu Collin
lUliiy for seveu y ears, ami he wishes to say to his customers
Dd others, that he can make choice loans at nine per cent, in-
presi. No touimissioi s. No attorney's le -s. You get the>
Imount you contiact lor. Oflice over H. C. Herndon's dtui?.
Itore. $10,000 to loan on good rersonul security.
Ihoie who «ihh to j un-lmre sny kind of
lit Trees,Vines, Flowers, Evergreens, or1
nbqi'.ld see the new price list ol
1'iUh ) 115r( i imii'rr t sll st lhl « fl«e, cr h i d yi ur sddrtcs lo K. W
iUV| stri<k, Mi Klin e> . Ttx . snd r reive new I'tii e List free.
North, tasland West,
lion lilt- dully ervire of elegnnt I'ull-
mun, 1 .iilli*t and Sleeping i-tiri" to Kmi-
khu City mill .si I.oiiIh. lion'i lie ile-
eeiv i'il,' lint i'ii 11 Tor your tlrk< l« vis the
.MIi'Hiiiirl, Kiiuhus find Texas rnllwsy.
For t lekeu. riites and other Inforitia-
tion. villi tipon
II. I'. Ill (MIS. Texas I'nssnnger
Agent. Korl Worth.
J..I. FUKV. (ii'tiernl Superintendent,
GASTON MKHl.IKH,G. 1*. A., Heds-
I. WAI.DO, General Trallle Manager,
large closely printed live column
pngeit of uctuul leini (exclusive of the
advertisements). Most of our terrible
Sunday pa|>cr>i nro fur outdnno as to
quantity of mutter ami on the w holt
us to quality of rnutt< r ns wi-ll. Nons
of our weels'lies ciiu rn ;ii ih.-wt inenoy- earth yield up her treasures of
1 jaa« '«. «> «•> '«'«™ '. «•'
lis is hero tho cow. with excelleues Is too much on the theory of
of workmanship. The oniy objection i ,, . . • .... _ ... *. ,
that our own Imdly s|K iled news|iuper keeping Ills nose on the grind-
mider would miiko would bo that all sti ne to compel him to haul a
this whs too dry for liim and too vast. . . .. .. ,. r „ i .. i i-
For my own part, siuce my roturn ^u' ( ' u butrlll of a load < l
from Australia. I nave been takiug produce lo market over rough
1 one of these lino weeklies regularly, _ «
anil n'tidiug. not all of it. hut as much ^ tnUfld} roads, when w ll.h
, us 1 desire* 1 and with no little prollt good roads lie could haul a full
I know no Mter means to become ac> . . „ . •
quainted with tho drift and the forces lo®", and in manv t. 80S tftake
of AuHtmlusian life.—Atlantic Montli two trips a day, The prosperi-
,y ty of the farmer is of interest
to all, for If he is prosperous
all business men prosper in
the same ratio. The road
iug of the caisson had wedged said that he knew Knox was lo
in the body of a white man in blame, that Knox was reckless
such u manner that it could and under the iniliience of
not be removed. liquor. The most plausible
At 10:110 a. m. the work was theory as lo the cause of the
discontinued ill order to allow accident is thus given by one
the workmen to rest aud re of the survivors, hoiiis Crouch,
season is over.
Iredh themselves. Later a
fresh force was put on duty
aud the work renewed. Abe
Taylor, one of the uegio I a In r
ers who survived tin* leirilde
catastrophe, was found on
Preston street lis a reporter.
lie had Hot rlililelv recovered
from I he fright incident to his
his later experience ami lie
trembled as he told what had
happened ol the bottom of the found
A fat woman, with a very red
face, got on a crowded Bowery
car yeaterday. Sha was so ex-
ceedingly fat that it wns a great
elfort for her to stand at all,
she was stout, squeezed up out
aud his story receives not a
little credence from the sup-
el ili'elient of the works :
-The foreui iii ha I belt seen
I- ,1,.. k.-.v will.' trill. tt, a youuR man. m
I lie aii supply and il is be-.
Ii.•>.,! iIml Ii.' . ill ..II ll... air hi" and "mi,K lll
I hull Iih inlHiKimt '"y Kwo.rully ln,ll«l l.nr lu
io, causing tin caisson lo sink
into the sand. Should the re
mains of the first white man
prove io be Knox the
is slreuthened, us the
GEO. ti. HEFh YBOWER,
That fatuous palefit
lam h. Snnoiids, who defeated the
witty boh Vance at the |Hills iu lb*
Hurt ford district, tells a pretty good
story on liiuiseif. lie has iu his em
ploy, iiHoiHik, an old colonel woman,
who was formerly a slave. She ll
very religious, noil is colliiimally
in.11ntr iluiigs from tho Scriptures,
io old woman lias a very excellent
voice, ami siu^s her old pliiutation
soug.iiu lheiiiiiiiit.-thledarl<y way. On#
Sunday moi-iiing she wassiugiugawiiy
while iii-ejtfiriug hreukfast, ami Mrs.
Bituomls arose aud o|iened their room
door thr.t they might hear her llio bet
ter. When lliey wen down to hrcuk
fast. Mrs. KiinoutU r> i-ked.
"Aniily, my hu b I ami uiyooll
have liei'ii enjoying yoursiiiging vorj
questional best i^a vexiaiious
one, and it will liually resolve
itself, as it should, into a pro-
position that a tax Im levied
and collected for the spec in)
pm pose of improving the coitu
iy loads. Then, with compe-
tent and scientific workmen,
roads will be constru led that
will, iu a measure rival the
celebrated roads of Itome.
Let the good work go ou until
"As near as I
her," lie said,
eighteen of ns who went down.
Some of us hud candles in out-
builds and otligrs tarried the
tools we worked with The en
gine was pumping air into mis
son. We were not thinkint' of
danger and did not have any
idea Mint there wns a weak
key which controls the air is
only a short distance from the
lower or last trap and Knox
was the only white man near it.
Hubert Baldwin, reported
last night a« being among the
dead, and Lewis Cox, reported
this morning as being dead,
have made their appearance.
< >nl) one Imdy has been recov-
tNie Lone Star
b: o c k s, t h e
ning strsin of
I'.ueers In the
fall at t b e
Fair my birds
trains cf 1*
prize w I n -
the S o il t ll,
est egg nro-
o n evsry
Tho old darky looked pleased, and
saw an excellent opportune v of qnot> eveiy roud through the country
iu? Scripture, so slit; replied; jM pu( j,, 8|mpw t h|J
i/iw. Missy, but I ihdn l know thai , ' , . 1
1 was cant iu' jieurls befo' twine."- | whether t!;e weather be wet
point in the caisson, VVe were sred up to this hour, noon. The
talking and running on with other bodies iu sight are
each other just as we always do wedged in the man hole so that
Somebody said we should be tl *y cannot be removed,
relieved in about two hours, I ^ork, Jan. lo lh«
replied that I wished il was president of the company en
now. I looked lo see Imw near M'uged in the construction of
Sfvetity.flv# ctnt* cash. «.r $1 lu stock paid for new peach seed.
llrst prise over sll competition. At rtan
Antonls fair I wbs awarded every llrst
and second prise, and can boast of thst
which no P. ltock breeder North or
South csn. as hi vlng a pair breeding
pen ol P. llorks I bat out scored every
variety of chickens. Kggs t'i.SO a set-
ting, twosettlngs $4.00; 'M cocherels at
(1,3.*> a piece; 'JO at f'J.'iO a pleee; *JU at
trios f.'iUO, $7.00,10 00 and l.">.00.
STOP THAT COUGH
Pine Tree Tai (tops,
Mi:iucaO|silis Tribune ur t|ry—Decailir News.
r.iigiuii Nim is t'aibMi "Hood roads attract popula-
"Hey, P 11 Whyd'nt cliu kumtus (ion a8 w^|| aH good schools
kool yist.-i noon t ' "
'Cosxir 'imlda slaleom coz mum
"Ya as, ooit ycrra li' i JiniTomsoa
saw vou gonna lishin."
"\Vel!i gui'M the doctor snjil muni'
nuillic i-ou-rliito have some li h."
"l^-lchu luddrii ketch nauthiu."
"lictti etui);lilla bull |iout that long
wltha pin nook."
"Yu-us you did. Betchu keteh
tomthin biggern that wen you git
lie ota to *
teacher gitsoldo yon.
"How iu nor"
"('<« Jim Tomson givt you way."
(lh) i ww|« softly aud goes off ie
quest of James Tomson before
iug the iucv imblu interview with
taucher. which really ho does not i
but Hints it ruther thrust upon him,
, ,. .. . 1 against his urgent wishes and ttroni
The only congb drops on earth that; Ji?,,tcst)-Bol> liurdetto.
J. P, LEVY,
cures eouglis, rolds. sore throats, asth-
ma, bronebitls snd weak bsek None
genuine without my photograph. Sold
by druggists only.
W, 11. HARRIS A SON.
Proprietors snd Msnufacturcis, IIU
Klin street. I sllas. Tex.
and churches, (iood roads im
prove the value of property so
that ir is said a farm lying live
miles from market, connected
wilh a bad road, is of less value
lhati an equally good farm ly-
ing ten miles away from market
connected by a good road."
Good roads promote the ad-
, vanceroent of country an-i
town, and country and town
the tdionld unite to have them.
Hnbbard citizens have spent
about a thousand dollars in
the bridge at Louisville will
stiiil for lioiiisville to night to
investigate the cause of the dis-
"So far as I understand," he
said to dav, "from the reports
-DJCAI.KR IN STAI'I.K AN1J FAN'CY-
isfWe wrjUSy U %I H urn« rHil.IMmi.i .,||< iie lie loltAt-e
la handing farawrly oroapled by Pitshagh * C sr4) , aa
Louisiana St., - * - McKinney, Tex.
delivered free to nny part of fh - city
R. A. Copbett & Sons,
+-EUIW000 POULTRY YM0,
— If AIBI >. TEXAS.-
Have chickens for sale of the follow-
ina breeds: Pvlmouth Roeka. Urown
ant/ White Leghorns. Silver Spsnwled
Jlsniburas. White Minorca* snd While
Java/. Kggs ofsbove breeds, tor hatch-
K&«MFOIl HATCHING! .White
Mlnorea. t l; PI) «th R««ck«, #«;
Urown and While Ughorn. #a; White
Java. M; Silver Spangled Hamburg.
i orreapoedenoe solicited. Satlsfto*
A* Beouomleal MHUawalea.
John 1. Blair, of lilairstowu, N. J.,
is reputed to be worth $50,000,000, yet
sue 11 is bia atrong sense of merely
holding his wealth in trust for the l w
beuclii of his fellowtaen that lie, vtty Wews.
s|M'iids u|ioii himself lets almost than
is isiid to hit humblest workman.
When Mr Rlair Mops at Uie hotel if
, he intends to stay ovar night be usu
! ally asks for a small inside room on ^ .
! the parlor lloor. If it is in the winter of the people.
and too cold to sit without a lire be ; Mnt
sits iu the public lobby. If ha intends
lo leave before midnight ha does not The county roads should be
talra a nssn at all, but occupies tha it,u ,«*
publi'. rismi down stam, ami if lit n °r t,w neJ" l?,ec
wishes lo chuiigo his shirt ha sii|M into tion for legislative representa-
the littlo washroom behind the ofllcea.
the caissou was to the sau I
bottom. I was standing close
to t,h*> little door, when I heard
somebody suy : "Ureal (iod!
she is breaking.1 .lust then the
water commenced to rush
through the shell doors and it telegraphed Irom the manager
seemed as if everything gave in charge, the accident seemed
lo have been due to circum-
stances I hat could not have
been foreseen and is one of the
misfortunes which despite the
best management and foresight
are bound to occur. The only
wonder is that we have hereto-
fore wholly escaped such seri
ous consequences. In this
case, while the loss of life has
been terrible, the work seemed
to have sulfered no material
damage. The men who per-
ished in the caisson had long
been in the employ of the com
pauy and were thoroughly ex
perienced in caisson work."
Akenside, the author of
"Pleasures of Imagination,''
was the son of a butcher in
Newcastle upon Ty lie.
way at once. 1 broke for I In-
door. 1 hardly know how I
did it, but 1 managed to get
through. The men behind ium
were rushing and tuiuliiig over
each other and 1 could hear
" 4 We are lost ! Help! My
(lod, save us!'
"Hadly frightened as I was,
I could not help but pity them,
The fat lady looked him over
with a contemptuous gliut in
her eyes, aad then in a loud
and angry tone, said:
"Young man, I suppose you
thought you was awful cunnin'
to ask a woman as fat as I am
to sit in that six-inch space
that you have been occupyin'.
I'm fat bnt I'm not foolish, and
if you thought you would mor-
tify me before all these people,
why yer bark in' up the wrong
saplin'. I'll let you know
who's to be mortified/'
'1 he ibin young man binshed
and muttered that he "meant
no harm," "didn't notice," etc.
"Oh, you don't notice, didn't
you t Well, this'll teach you
to notice next time and not in
suit respectable ladles in such
away. I'm fat and I'tu not
ashamed of it, but if I was as
i thin and scrawny as you are I
! would go and pad myself from
A to i%ard."
The young man tried again
to say his intentions were the
best, but she cut off with :
"Shut up, you wasp wits led
cadaver or I'll pull you ia two.
Come back bare and sit down
sgain in this crack, you long-
drawn-out link between a hard
winter and hereafter "
She reached for him, but the
I young man had wisely lied the
car at the last crossing.—New
cash in this direction iu the j I could do nothing for them, so
past six months, and it proved ' helped myself. I heard the
the best paying investment water rushing iu on the poor
tbey ever made.—Hubbard fellows as I climbed up through
the manhole, but their cries
(food country roads will do us «°unded louder than the roar of
more good than any one enter-' the water. 1 got out safely,
prise we have within the grasp an<* thanked (fod for my de-
Corsicana l>em i Iterance. I will never forget
Cut no trust in trusts.
Have nothing wasted on the
A slirring man keeps his
Inertia is more dangerous
! than activity.
lie sure yon know the oost of
Overhaul aad renovate all
"1 never oiler or rcfusa," he said jok-
ingly one day to a gentleman who
o lie red him a cigar. -Pittsburg Coos-
VUwPrae't, T. il.
candidates will be found paw-
and Bmrplua, • - S100,C
) s r rd sells exchange m the pi inefpwt rib as 1a
A pui liter io Akron, while at work
on the exterior of a building, di
covcrcd a bird's oast in a niche, and oo
- examining it found that a 910 bill bad
been uaed in iu construction. Wa , . . ,
believe, however, that it la not a rare lag the air abont railroads.
thing (9 find bills .« bints' neala- Bi rltn Ball.
aiv ii-iiaily Mnail btfJa , ,
(food roads are essential to a
that awful sight as long as 1
Haiti more, Jan. lo. A spe«
Taylor was ask^d If lie iM, aiM|mt<rh from Birmingham, ' r*rm bulW,n*«
thought that by any possible f lo t|,M Manufacturers! Arrange yoar plans for next
means the men could live until itecord says that it is reported jy®** ® campaign.
help reach them. Knglish capitalists will invest
"No, sir, they could not. The £>,000,(100 in Uadsden, Ala.,
water is running faster than all and a later dispatch from Gads-
:he engines can force it out. deu to the same paper savs
liiate.<l of «h t, however, th« Tb«r i. not .ny w.y for th«iu
lives and the fsmer should
know how candidates stand on
this question before deciding
bow bis vote shall he cast.--
As Mae as there are la the Halt-
Pair, $8 00; trio, $4.
the widow of the
of Germany, U 77
Fnrthwr investigation show
two more men have lost their
lives, Hamilton Morris and
I*wis Cox, making the total
Mr. Ingle, (he resident engin
t aot flavor the adaption of good eer of the company, was seen, tilled by the clothing as a tier
laws—M ex i a Ledger. He expressed I he opinion that man named Yoeghtley. The
The Forth Worth Masette Is some one was -evidently to other two were so badly decom
still palltag for good roads— blame for aot baviag tbe trap posed that they could not ba
oounty Is1 door is proper condition, and' identified.
Tbe earth Is tbe farmers
bank of deposit.
Mead your ways by giving
us better roada.
Utilise tbe boars altar dark
; io aaeful readiag.
Prepare to dose tip all farm
to nominate no man who does
I Johnstown, Pa., Jan. 10.- [accounts for tbayaar.
Three more bodies were recov i The oympost heap la tba bo-
ered to day, victiate of tbe glaalng of prosperity.
great tfood, two men and one A land naflt far
woman. One of them was Idea- is aot suitable for
as wall aa
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Democrat Publishing Company. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1890, newspaper, January 16, 1890; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191611/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.