The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1890 Page: 1 of 4
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OIO WILKIN*, s?
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J| H. L Pearson J|
Dfloe north aide
i north aide tqna
'AY. J AN I Alt Y 23. 1890.
oyer Aron'a twhw***miihm
Without pain Thee t *mm will rgt.
bv the uae of uitroua oxide eaa. Aed b«n uivm ran* m
i will * * la
M. A. NKTZ, M D.
Chronic dlaeaea ml iliu a«a of wo*
i own and children a nueolalty. Alloalla,
day or night at hiaonloe will be prompt-
' ly attended to.
OMoe un atatra in Htltt'a building.
Tip K R iltiti*
viofiMii ii< IK<
The l ,i .l 1.1* itaa to par
Ai «n fill A A, loo
riw« V It iw wHmi ho ■ i«||
Nor wr work win tlo
V\ ho captured the Hint premium on artificial tenth, auj
~ • hiiiK else pertaining to dentistry at ihe Texas Slate Fair
[lallas Exposition, 1888. litis put in more than
,000 Sets of Teeth
in th first year office wus opened,
rtittcial teeth for*
I will continue to put
$6.oo A SE'I GOLD FILLING $i.oo.
Call and see new uiethxl teeth without plates, that will uot
p nor get loose, nor injure tlie remaining teeth, or make the
Hit torn See H) mplvrt of Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold
lies, Gold Crown* and Porcelain Fillings. Enteral Crowns
to match your own teeth. Porcelaiu teeth carved for de
i jawti, a specialty.
U ad Fccelain Crowns 12.50 to $5.00.
I have on hand from ten lo fifteen thousand dollars worth
Bnial goods, embracing the lineal collection of artificial teeth
le United States, including all the best makes of both
•rican and foreign manufacturer*
lo not be deceived or milled by the statements
the old fossilized and sine headed deniints, whose
Ihods of practice have long since gone mitof date, and who
opposed to the progttft* anil nd viineemeiit of dental science;
, call and ee the facilities if my denial eatnblicdiiuuut for
lacing strictly first clu** woik, unsurpassed by any dental
e in America. My establishment is conducted on strictly
ksiness principles, independent of any clique or combination
'code or-ethics influence.
Dr. Wilkin.- treats at.d HI Is the worst diseased and aching
Jlh without pain. Open everv day from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
lb Corner Elm and Harwood Streets,
Main Street, 804 Elm Stieet, Corner Elm aud Murphy.
R. Ha Ohtltoa,
riUCTICR MMITHD TO
EYE, EAR, THROAT
(MM Main at reel, between I.auiar and
DALLAS, - TH.
JOHN S jknkinb. tom anbusws
Jenkins & Andrews,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MoKinney, :* Texas.
•JIBor over R. c. Harmloa'n drug Mum, North-
W cornrr public Muirr
N X oaniMM rnaka to Meal.
Awl ilii'u for A n lafaw
loanirra, who hiRT «al
g Kdu money mak«
or llUto U V Soda UiIn life.
Sir* Inohl AOIIm.
Tho del** Ita* o 7. ii-.u.x hh wIf*
Anil I , n in I' i .
Antonio, Tex., Jan 17.—
William Keuss, the
it in custody. Be
he was captured, however,
an attempt to kill his
M mother, to whose
and entreaties he owed
from trie aailutn
he wa* previously under
t ' j
his father had' made i
Inst him yea
Whttaker went out (o the R«
uaa homestead yesterday af , , —"" . v B
ternoon to confer with Mrs. Au,u,,l°' Th* • J*n- 1,1 Pa
H^u.«aiid iiiiliuw Ut*r luadmiu- Kx (),.««n..r hubbock, iu n ««*■,
Uer h druii u liwr win whiob ,w"r 10 •"q««rlr by ib N.w. • '« bv bU wife uuinR uu •
wittil l bring -W,. and tbu. Iwl"',,-Ir • ld : ™'r '
)"""K « . I C n hl« bouM l«. wl«b I.U
wiihoui I run bin, but wbnn tb.' " "'P'*. ,h*' 1^cl" "loUl J* bttrnl « 0o •>" «•
.up ..f ft,n mini UK tb * rH"k l'«P rl K l« P«k hi. to MllnguUh lb*
dru* «. oir r.-d bint bnamui- Ttanre were « bo found h« ho.b nd
nd lo ■■. ! ^.uiHiliiuK and 1 b.-lin i., .till many duad. Inrmiigniion
n-fuu-d li. \S li.-u tbr Jn 1'1'' *bodid nntbrllrvnibat « ' bo had bmn .bol II
rmurund la.er iu th^ uvnuinx 1 u"'"" wh*t 1 "id • •h" •l«! "><• koi bad
b« found lb*. preraiMa dnanrmd a "ll1* mo"> ,h"n >'" r •• "> kia ulolkiug. Hour
and >11 tiuu. i •l.aii 11 v launnuil (liat "K® lliat I WOltid IIO' be a OaU*
McCii made ftodtubB*tll,®ul,y ^ned that a*°
OaWeston, Jan. 17.-
Aleok Boannan of M
8tales court wtU i«t1t6
city to morrow morning to heai
the habeas corpus case whereluj
nine of the liquor dealers on
Galveston are soaking by
intervention of faderalauthorl-1repj^d bUdijuane™ thai
to effect his cap*
*d to go at night
♦ if possible,,
• wild actions,
the posise had «c**tt«-ti
to start, however, a
r of youug Ueuss came
wildly into town and
Attention, Everybody I
J. P. LEVY,
tKAl.Kll IN STAPLE AND FANCY—*
He iBTllee^rjI.cilj lo «t • «« ihtil.lbl clit (.rtmlte Ibr l'«btoBl«
la Imlldlaf formerly oi-cuiilvd lij Fitxhuirh k tlnrdy, oa
last Louisiana St., - - • NlcKinney, Tex.
•Woods delivered free 10 any part <d the city
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH and EAST.
Tii KOI (ill I'll A i,MM cakio
- llriut't n |i lul« In tkiiam uulr-
Chicago, St. Louis
Close connectIoiih in nil or the above
cities with faM truina of Kiislern
■ii.il Northern lines, make the
M. K. A T. H'y tho beat
Ktv -Yofk. Bastoa, Mnttnl Mi
h i' iii «.iik*. OASTO.I >tksi.ikk.
AiK tOen'l I'im. An l, I ..m l I'aaa .* Tli-hel A*t
rr xvi iii iii. Tec
SKI* \I.I A. Mo
GEO. S. HEFLYBOWER,
itraina cf P
prize w i n -
eat egg pio-
ty to test the constitntionslitj
of the state liqnor tax law re-
quiring liqnor dealers |o give a
bond for $5000
Denver, Col , Jan 18,—A
telegram from Fort Duchesue,
Utah, gives information that
Wm. Whitney Seymour, a
prominent (feinile ranchman
in Afdiley vall y, wax found
dead iu his bed where he evi
dent ly hid been shot while
asl eep. It is believed that ihe
mut tier was committed by
Dan ites Seymour went to
Utah iu 1882 and was the post
trader at old Fort Thorn b-rger,
J. C. Seymour, the f nh. i of the
murdered man, *s u« w living
here, but for many years was
cashier of the old Farmers' and
Merchants* bank of Detroit.
Suieraon, PreaUint, T.T. Ktoeraou, Vloe-Proa't, T. H. H.iuer^n, Csaher
Oi* MeHlaaos', Texas.
Capital and Surplus, - - SIOO.OOO.
BU)S 4 nd sells exi'liange on tfie principal cities in Euiope.
Fits' class pay discounted.
Dikkctohs: Francis Emerson, T. T. Emerson, l.H. Kmet-
son, Jno. L. Lovejoy, C. 11. ^ elch.
Business Hours—9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hret Uer mid
Ihe (.one Star
It o c k a, I h e
ning strain of
ami the great*
(liners in the . „
Tall at th e jfl^^Hgreal Oellaa
Fair my birdswon every
llrst pii/.eover all competition. Atiirn
Anlonlu fair I was awarded every tirat
and second prize and cull h«mst ol that
which no P. J toe i4 breeder North or
Eolith can, as hiving a pair besedlng
peii ol P. Hocks that out scored every
variety of chickens. Kggs JiMa nel-
ling, twosettings $4.IN); iO cochercl* at
f I.sto a piece; 'Ai at ta.WI a piece; 'JO at
S6.00; trios J.VM, I7.W0, lo uo«u«i l.'.OO.
S OP THAT COUGH
Pine Tree Tar drops,
The only cough dr. ps on earth that
cures coughs, colds, sure ihroats, aath-
Marshall. Tex., Jan. 17.—
Last night some one burglar-
ized Yakel's blacksmith shop
from which they eutered the
Waters Pierce oil company's
office aud broke open the safe.
(TT fitOU Mftm u— '
to $870, besides some drafts of
small amounts belonging to the
company. Among the money
was two or three 25 cent and
one 10- cent piece of fractional
currency usually called shin-
plasters. The safe was bl* wn
open with d) uaniite after the
handle to the combination whs
knocked otf. Although the
officers are diligently on the
lookout no claw li * yet been
lilt up" •
Aii Awlul Nltrhi.
his lunatic brother had killed
bis mother. He said that the
mother was the only one who
«eemed to have any control
over the madman aud she aud
* young hired man were the
only people who dared slay
about ihe house with him.
The trio were sitting before
the tire about 8 o'clock last
night. Young Ueuss was
quietly smoking his pipe, when
suddenly and without a mo
rnent's warning he whirled
around, rprang up aud
bed a pistol, from wi ich l.e
tired several shot* directly a:
his mother. The old woman
fell bleediug aud unconscious
to the Hoor, aud the hired man
fled and spread the alarm
As soon as the news reached
town Sheriff McCall orgniiiited
a posse composed oi JJeputieri
W. D. Druse, J im McCloaky
and Will Krampkau, who hur-
ried to the scene fully armed,
and anticipated that they j
would have to kill the mad-
AS lltev iieaiou .
they saw the rays of the light-
ed lamp shining through ihe
window, but not a sign of life
was visible until the fence was
reached, when three ferocious
dogs sprang out at, thern and
tried to bar their way, Ap
proaching the the house quiet
ly the officers peered through
wounds are slight. He was
shot iu the arm and it was evi-
dently done accident ly. Cor
nell has a llesh wound in the
right arm and a serious though date,
not necessarily fatal one in his while
the madman had gone off la, ?M*'" M "I™"®" I «am
aearch of bla father. wLom •a" .ay h.r. thai all
hllad to Had and ntarned '1 0,0 d" conalaumlly I am
buma to make an attempt at, iuiD« lo 8'cur" ,b® ele<"lon
-h. Ufa of m. moth.,. i
pww m isiisim wia w
Marshall, Tex., Jan, I8.-A i ^asi
shooting scrape occurred at a he deaerves It."
dance five miles south of litis After some further remsrks
city last uight at the residence iu this line, the ex-governor
of I. I*. Muudeu, iu which Will said :
Cornell was shot twice and J. " Thete are a great many peo-
P. Mlinden once. Muiuleu's l'lH in Texas who recollect a
remark frequently made by
me. aud who remembering it
are still disinclined to believe
that 1 am no longer a candi
I used to tnll them,
•Uier candidates foi their
right side. The latter bull eu votes were sending out circu-
tered rather low down on the lurs soliciting their suffrages,
back of the right aide, ranging ' would send them a circular
upward aud stopping iu ihe
The difficulty was (he result
id a toruicr one between Will
iioaluough nl this city and
Cornell, who lives several
lulled west of ihe city. Cor-
nell it is said went out on the
gallery aud seut for Kosbor
ourgh to come out to settle.
Hot words soon followed, the
lie w as pashed and hind names
called when the tiring began.
it is not known who did all the
A derieiiger pistol was found
| on the gallery after the alfray,
b'Udl'kf^MOublMI. Jtttr'uu found.
liven found yel, but lua friends
h vy lie will give himself up il
w * shot is yet a mystery
wife was down stairs and did
not hear the
gan stood in
Mrs. Pages Ituhfcs.
InokkhoMm Tj'x., Jan II l.i
leHpiiiise to ihe request ol the
News for a report id'the quad
the window and saw the form ruple birth I rep.ri:
of rs, Heuss lying upon a
mattress on the floor caiefully
covered up, but they could see
nothing of the lunatic.
They looked into other
rooms, but the darkness wan
sc. dense they could see liotli
nig A consultation was held
Was called lo Mrs. E.T Page
ai 4 a iu , Friday Jan. Ik. .She
was delivered of a girl at8::n a
m., 'mother girl at \2 a m. fol
l lowed by another I5i:ir a. m.,
and a fourth at Im The
children,ar« at this writing,vig
i orous aud healthy, with ihe
not if) ing (hem when I was no
longer a candidate. 1 learn
lliat on account of litis remark
many of m,y friends are still
inclined to consider me a can-
didate, hui I desire to say that
most positively I aiu not one."'
When the reporter asked the
venerable ex governor about
the gubernatorial race, he
looked at the ceiling, shook
himself, cleared h s throal aud
"1 am not speaking of the
meiiih of any candidate now,
bet from all 1 have read and
all I hear it is my opinion that
there is a very strong effort be
, iiovtir-rl/ *<- « f •*« •«• •! .. ,.,.)i.g.
• general aud ex Gov. Throck-
morton. and I do not care to
predict what the result of such
a coiile*t will be."
The PromlsiMl I,ami.
Hi. Liuls, .la i. 17 Letters'
received by W, L Eugleson,
buMiieMs manager of the Okla
homa iiiimigratipu society in
Kansas, from points in North
Carolina, say that a large num-
ber of negroes of thai stale are
going through iu wagons Hiis
winter to the new territory.
Mr. Eugleson says there are
now about 25J,<km negroes in
ul al Then.
Dallas, Jan. 10 —1 notice in
ev* ry one of the Dallas News
I pick up now-a-days it has
something about how to exter-
minate the negro from Atneri-
«a. How will this country go
about starting such a thing f
Do they uot know that the
constitution of the L'nited
Slates makes the negro a citi-
zen, and that this country has
no more right to fire the negro
out than it has to fire any oth-
er nationality < If they would
keep some of the foreigners out
and let the negro alone they
would be better off. Please
tell me why this country Is
against the negroes. Is it on
account of color? If so, why
did they import them here?
Our forefathers helped to make
this country what it is, and we
Would like to stay and enjoy
the fruits of their labor.
Please tell them so. %Wm.
Nelson of Sherman.
Those who wish to purchase any kind of
Fruit Trees,Vines, Flowers, Evergreens, or
Should see the r.ew price list of
nulne without my photograph
Proprietor and Manufacturers, 112*2
Kim atreet. Dallas. Tex.
I-, m i i < tiirnCit < *U H il.l* ■ fl «*. <r "id ur adduss loK.W
KhkpalrU k. Mi Hint ) , 'i«x . ai d n rchem* I'r ice I.U1 tree.
Seventy-five c nt§ catli. or Si 'n ato« k paid for new peach aeed.
ey, Money, Money
and o hers,
R. A. Corbett 8l Sons,
t-: ELMWOOO POULTRY YARO.-t
Have chi. k«n for sale of the follow-
Ins breeds: Pvlmouih Hocks, Brown
arid W hite UBhorns Silver Spanirled
Hsml.ures. White Minoreas and While
.lavho . Kgg* above breeds, tor hatch-
KGS H ATCH1NO: - Whit*
O. B. XoBoynolds,
Gainesville, I'.-x . J. u 17.-
A gentleman iu tie- rity to day.
who re>ides on NVi'.d Horse
brought in tell
shocking oi-riire. c.« whb'h hap- tHr(,d about, when Druse quiet- The mother is us well us could
pened in hi* community a fHW ' jy pushed open the door Al i be expected after such an or*
days ago. A hm.ily named mo(,t a(, ||jW threshold he saw deal and evinces no more de
MoMulieti. loi!f I'tea-t| o-age In tj|H ()f Heuss. who was ly pressiou lhau iu ordinary easen
dians, residing "ii Wild Hor*e |t,K ,,^0,, the pallet benide his Mr, K T. Page was horn in
mother as motionless as dead. London, Kngland, being at an
Clara, six yeurs of age, who vVith a spring that would early age apprenticed under the 1 it bow, and we will make il
was left at home aloue while h||V|J credit to a panther, London bosrd school system lo utiM uf tbe grandest states in the
the mother went to the creek, D^pUty Druse threw himself school teaching. After the conr [ „j0„ I favor Col. Morgau's
upon the young madman and pletion of his apprenticeship Scheme to purchase the Chero
grasped him by the throat, he drifted to America under
j 'ii"a,*br<mcli""i nnd weak buck None creek, bad a It' 1 • girl named
* "old ru-— <.tv ^ age, who
m* " u r or 1 — " . us mission unaer Uod s ap-
• kisaw nation. ttU(l if WUM decidei to enter the same average chances of lire < klul>oiua, and that by spring proving eye until the dark
bgeuee of a most lloUge. The three officers clus- as have those or single birth. t|iere will be at least | con,inaIltB ai!e opt,ne(j and the
highways of earth established,
, . , and the shadows lifted, and the
hat President Lincoln ami^the jtrgong of the nation# 8tnied
republican party promised to and lh<j of B|fcbel
1* Saw llkaiMI MU Uilllu' fit « «
straightened and under one
language, one liberty and one
Ood, all the nations of the
world hesrkening to the drnn-
beat aud girding up their lions
shsll march amid the breaking
He claims that they ought to
have thai country, and says
give it to lbelli. lie adds:
"We are determined to take
8. JENKINS lis b.m mukir.g loans in
forsevtn )eats, aid he wihlies u> say 10 his customers
that he can make choo e loans at nine per cent, in
coromhsioiie. N« atuu eyV !*•*. the|
^ j cciQtiftrt for. Oflii f ovpI M H^l'i ocn B niojr
$10,000 to loan on good t eisonal security.
w For money aod annual interest ^t 9 and 10
per cent lor thee, four and five years, see.
1.1. it 8ahe mm
As tine as there ure in'he L'uit
ed State. Pair, $5100; trio, $4.
B0; eggs $'i.00 per setting.
Correspondence solicited, sat-
Wylie, Te*., Jan. 10.—Mrs.
Matilda G. Phillips, a widow,
who resided with her son,
Howard Pillips. died Monday
evening at 4 o'clock of con-
sumption. She was foroieily
of North Alabama. She bat
some quarter of a mde distant,
to do the family wastrng, and
while she was absent a wild
boar entered the cabin and at-
tacked the child, aud when the
mother returned the ferocious
animsl was Just eating
the last vestige of the littl?
girl. The horrible scene
caused the mother to faint,
'and she rem lined in an on
conscious state an hour or
more, till discovered by a
neighbor, who happened to
oome along on a hunt for aome
stork. The, wild hog escaped
into the nwamps when the wo-
men appeared, carrying away
with it a part.of one of the
little girl's lower .imbs.
Wrong Party Arrested.
Farmersville, Tex., Jsn.
—A negro who
with attempt to outrage the
young lady at Wolfe City
Wednesday, mention of which
was made !>• tUS News, was
this morning, o iptnred in this
place, after aa exci'lag ehaee
while Deputy McClosky caught auspices of ihe once famous
his feet and Deputy Krauipkau -Rugby colony" in Tennes
placed the shackles upon his; nee, from which colony he
wriats. cams to Texas in IH82,
The wounded woman cried having live in Bowie
piteously for a
kee sirip and other lauds in the
, ,. ; „ , 14li„ r -of the millennial dawn into
Indian territory exclusively for
Hive us the P tbs of righteousness
doctor, while county ever since, and for the
looked wildly Isst six years ai Ingersoll iu
ihe same county. In lNH.r> he
waf married to the widow of J.
W. liupton. In July, 1«8«, jKrtM^ 0f the South."
their union was b essed by the
birth of twin children, Herbert
and Krnestine, who sre both l&vansville, Ind , Jan
her insane son
on and said he wa« torry for
what he had doue, M>ut said:
"I had to do it." The officers
reached the city with him
about o'clock this morning
and placed bim In jail. The
work of the officers was most ad -
Keports from theK-u-s faim
to-day are to ihe effect that the
wounded woman is doing well.
One of the bullets entered * lie
right arm above the elbow and age
Indiau territory exclusively
Blair bill, Indian territory und
Senator Butler's $5,000,000 and
we shall be content. Okluho
ma, in my judgment, is tile
laud of promise for the race,
and migration the panacea for
every ill now atfectiug ihe ne-
flood at ftvaitHvllle,
A dastardly tramp, fcn. nh
(hat she was unprotected,
tered the home of a!
eyed little woman In Monti
and said savagely;
"Now, madame, you want to
I7 _ just Hy around and git meap
living, being now about three river at this point passed
and half years old danger line ou the guage at
Mrs Page is a native o n o'clock last ev -ning and is
(ie<>rgia ami has lived in Texas still rising a: the rale of half an
(•ince childhood, having been inch an hour. The water is rap
brought to Texas at an early i<lly spreading over the bottom
' "•* paraot. • abort lima
a square meal, an' a
good one, too! Don't let
grass grow under yonr
while you are about it
or I'll "
Half an hour later the
Mood flowed freely.
The pistol nsed by Keuss
was a 38 caliber and was load*
bank to Wolfe Cirv on the eve
■C train to be MestMed, but
was charged r me out near the shoulder, before the war commenced^She hy the tiood are removing their <rot a fellow I
while the second struck ju- t lived fbr many years in Kusk rurnitnre and stock. A great ® .
above the right eye, making an and Hendeison counties and at amount of corn bss been de my kttcnen mwr tieo
from which the Ingersoll for the past ten years, stroyed. The prospects now clothes line and gagge
where her former huaband died sre that the water will reach a towel, lhat Id like
.i« luiira mi nee Mrs «Crw*,*,r height than at any time h t<, dump into m;
some six yesrs since. Mrs, #irilH the rtood of 1W4 Olfl i kln him to
P «*ge weighs normally about ^r* of I lie steamer Blue Wing, ^ "w •'R,n.
125 pounds and her husband which arrived last night from I ev an ioee tiiat a conpie or
l«* The new children—Annie Calhoun, reported Oreen river ribs is broke,
« pounds. Nora ft pounds. Be rising st the rate of lwo inch^ t needs sewin' np laM
deatly contemplating a 'l^ly telle4 ponnds and Ckaeva 41-f ^ families have been
younds—send their greeting to ()r;vvl) from (heir homes,
alio provided himse'f with a
bos of cartridges and -vi
lastiactions from. the Dallas News
y of thei
hurches and school
living aow la
tion of tleury W. Grady s re*
cent eloquent address before
the societies of the university
of Virginia: The world moves
steadily from gloom to bright-
ness Aud beuding down
humbly, as Eiisha did, and
praying that my eyes shall be
mude to see, I catch the vision
of this republic—its mighty
forces in balance, and its an*
spcukable glory falling on all
its children chief among the
, federation of English-speaking
; people—plenty streaming from
1 its borders and light from its
mountain tops—working out
its mission under God's
places aa' his
to be oQt o' j'lnt.
er sassy, aa* I bad lo let *im\
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