The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 2, 1893 Page: 1 of 4
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ID AY. FEBRUARY 2 1893.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-
Local Option Rill Dleeaeeed by «Ko
a to and Ordered Ea*rt sse«l—The Ap-
polataseate Seat la by
Won Con Orated -Mills
It has no J£qual for the Money,
L. PHILIPSON, Dallas, Texas,
Ve are now located
few Three Story
outh-East Cor. Square,
JHiere we were locat-
1 at time of our fire,
a Aug. 8,) and invite
Austin, Jen. 23. —A number of peti-
tions were presented including protests
from the people of Pecos end Uvalde
against creating a new county out of
their territory. Among the more import-
eat bills introduced were:
Mr. Henderson of Lamar—Creating
the office of pnblic cotton weigher; also
a joint resolution amending article S,
section 20 of the constitution and punish
the planters of Johnson grass.
Mr. McEl wee—Punishing cruelly to
Mr. Towneend—Milking hog theft *
felony with two to four years' penalty.
The anti-option resolution instructing
Coke end Milk and representedvas to
support the Hatch bill came up ae a
special order at 11:30.
Speeches were made by Slay den of
Bexar, against, and *by Morrison of
Hamilton and others for.
Austin, Jan. 23.—Mr. Baldwin—A
petition from Scurry county, asking a
reduction of interest on school lend
purchases to |3 per section.
Mr. Baldwin—Making notes and
bonds belonging to nonresideut land
owners subject to taxation.
Mr. Baldwin—A petition from Calla-
han county, asking for an additional su-
preme judicial district and for the loca-
tion of one of the courts of civil ap-
peals at Abilene.
Mr. Kearby—Establishing a census
A resolution by Imboden instructing
Coke and Mills to vote on the Hatch bill
as tLey think best.
Mr. Lawhon—Giving a lien
mats to the owners of pastures.
The senste bill putting into effect
constitutional amendment providing
local option elections ia any subdi
of a county, was called up oa its
reading and passed.
The senate bill making it a felony
discharge firearms into any house
called up <*« '% third reading
of the county court of Webb
•ounty passed under suspensioB of the
Jionxe bill relating to
. depositions passed to its
T.te house bill providing for the
ment of mileage and per diem for
dentin! electors passed to its third
ing and under suspension of
Austin. Jan. 26.—A flood of petition*
by school teachers and citizens
various changes in the school laws
Mr. Deal introduced i i etition,
the citizens of E l<s conn y
an appropriation to have IV,
sen ted at the WorldY Col
Mr. Brown presented a petition of the
citizens of McCulloch county against
cutting off territory of that county to
make the new county of Reagan.
Mr. Cunuingham—To reduce the
bonnty to $1 for scalp* of wolves, lion*,
tigers and leopards, which b now fS.
Mr. Pickett—Constitutional amend-
ment allowing |6 per diem to members
of the legislature, regular session, for |
the first 100 days of such session.
House bill increasing the punishment
for hog stealing was amended.
Mr. Field*, adding sheep to cattle ia
the clause fixing the penalty for cattle
stealing and the bill i«ssed the house.
▲usrur, Jan. 28.—Precftdoat ProTern
Kearby called the eenate to order.
Mr* Goes presented a petition from
citizens of Baylor county asking that a
law be passed permitting subvendees to
fcavs their lands patented where the
original purchaser has not paid for the
«jMr. Premier presented a petition from
Citizens of the propoeed county of Kea-
gan protesting against the creation of
Senator Bowser presented a minority
the rules r*IK)rt frnm the committee on educa-
tion in favor of the establishment of aa
agricultural and mechanical college in
the black land district of Texas.
The following bills and rseolutiene
Mr. Swayne—Providing that where
county hee lees than 1M
shall forfait its
THE STATESMAN GONE
HON. JAMES G. BLAINE HAS JOUR-
NEYED OVER THE RIVER.
Was S«rrooad«d by
faaellj—Ilia lad Caae
of ll« Sad
Washington, Jan. 28.—Ji
; (Maine died at 11 o'clock
j morning. The announeemi
J so surprise. It was a foregone cooclu-
lion that his battle with death would be
the final defeat of his life. He
•ick man when he returned to
ington to settle dowa for the winter.
Death aad its bereavements added mote
snd more to his ailments. He has
grown worse and has coatiaaed oa Us
Journey to the grave ee feet ss the days
would carry him. Science aad skill
furnished him the weapons of de>
ARKLEY, HARRIS & RHEA
L. Bartoa, Jr. M. D.
E. L. Barton, Mr.,
BURTON dc. BURTON,
tve associated themselves together and limit their practice exclusively to
aeee of the EVlt. EAR. NOSE. MOUTH ANDTIirOAT. DISEASES OF
MEN. GENFTO URINARY, RECTAL DISEASES AND SURGERY,
r. £. L. Burton, .ir's.. practice for the past year in McKinney and surround-
country speaks for Itself. He has had unoaralled success, for which his pa-
is wiU vouch.
it of s record of over three hundred scrgicsl operations, minor and major,
s has not been a single failure.
ie success of all this not only depends on being a skilful operator, but a
ieticlar of wonderfully accute perception.
we have a pathological alteration, or such a change as to produce s
normal condition of the Darts.
most important of all factors tn the treatment of disease is prop-
Next such Therapeutic measures as can be brought to bear that
ive been offered hundreds of testimonials by former patients cored ; but
":to publish any of them for that is not my policy.
have a poeitive Cure for Piles, cored in a few days without pain, or rte-
n from business. No cauteir, knife or ligature.
LETHAL STRK' TUKE. and ail private diseases are treated by the latest
moat approved methods, (strictly confidential.)
IS EASES OF WOMEN treated skilfully and successfully by spproved meth-
r. E. L. Burton, Sr., will give his attention to this department, having had s
*, amount of practb al experience.*
partial list ot operations for the past year will be given in the followlog
Atstin, Jan. 24 —In the house peti-
tions and protests were introduced as
Sterling county asks for a slice of the
territory of Tom Green county.
The following bills and resolutions
Mr. Golden—To establish a bureau of
Me.-srs. Golden and R<>gsn—To pro-
vide for thv aiascab.e adjustuient of dif-
ferences between employer* and em-
Vlr. L?oyd—To establish a state board
of health. Handed in by request.
Mr. Caihoun—R*eolurion to instruct
the attorney gen-ral to bring suits in
conformity with statements in the gov-
ernor's message to squeeze ;ae water
out of $4-"SOtOuO.OuO of Texas railroad
stocks and bond*.
Mr. Sherrill moved to refer the reso-
Mr. Calhoun said: '"According to
the governor we are bem^ robbed and
fleeced, and now when the proposition
16 made to protect the people Vou want
to kill it."
The motion to refer was adopted.
Austin. Jan. 24.—It was one minute
past 10 wb*n President Crane called the
senate to urder.
Senator Agnew's bill, providing that
the governor shall appoint special
county judges where such officer* are
disqualified, was taken up on its second
reading. The bill, with one or two
amendments, passed under suspension
of the rules.
Senator Tips' bill authorizing the pen-
itentiary board to purchase agricultural
lands for the purpose of utilizing con-
vict labor on state farms, the funds
therefor to be borrowed from the public
school fund, was next tazeu up and
Austin, Jan. 24 — Roger <d Mills was
elected senator by the legislature, yes-
terday, over T. L. Nugent, Populist, by
a vote of 143 to 9.
James G. Blaine
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rn E HOUSE.
Austin. Jan. 25.—In the house the
bill to require the secretary of state to
copyright the bill which embraces the
codification of the statutes as printed
by Clark & Courts was submitted ou
third reading and after much discussion
Mr. D'lls resolution to authorize tbe
committee on privileges and elections to
send for persons, papers and ballot
boxes was adopted.
Mr. Dodd presented a protest against
the restoration of jurisdiction of
Marion county conrt.
The following bills and resolutions
Mr. Erskine—To provide for the dis-
position of the pnblic domain and such
lands as may be recovered from indi-
viduals and corporations.
The senate resolution requiring the
visiting committees to visit the medical
branch of the university st GalvAton,
and state orphans' home at Corsicaoa
Austin, Jan 25.—The senate metal
10 o'clock and beard the chaplain pray.
The senate bill amending the civil
statue authorizing a justice of the peace
to try forcible entry and detainer cases,
if neither party demands a jury, was or-
dered engrossed, and under suspension
of the rules the bill was passed.
The special order, Senator Bowser's
bill extending charters of railroads
which have failed to comply with their
charter, was taken up and Senator Bow-
ser explained tbe objects of the biU.
The bill was amended so that it ap-
ies to all charters graated since 1887.
he bill was then ordered engroesed and
under suspension of the rulee pessed.
The bill providing for the payment of
salaries of judges of the courts of civil
appeals was considered sad ordered a
Acstw, Jan. 28.—After the
Iain's prayer the routing of the journal
Hon of Senator Goes.
Austin, Jau. 2?.—The house took up
the bill to require publication of sales
under execution in some newspaper in
tbe county ou second reading, aad after
some discussh-n tt passed to third read-
Memorials were introduced for the re-
lief of Mrs. Elizabeth Ogden, widow of
a veteran; for the purchase of the Sen
Jacinto bsttle ground, asking laws to
rescue young girls from the custody of
improper person?; ssking a state normal
school at Liberty Hill.
The resolution offered by Mr. Smith j
I of Smith advising cotton planters that ;
I it would be wi*e to red nee the area in j
j cctton for the crop for was referred
| to the con.ruutee or. agriculture.
Mr. D.ishieil offered tue following
! has been called
i therefore, be it
Resolved by the twenty-third legisla-
j ture of Texas that in the death of the
Hon. James G. Biaine tbe nation baa
lost a citizen of commanding ability snd
the people of the south a true and sin-
Resolved, that these resolutions be
placed iu the journals of the house and
a copy be sent to the family of the de-
Mr. Hallows introduced a joint reso-
lution requesting congress to appropri-
ate floO.OOU for a survey of the Brazoe
river between Waco and Columbia.
Austin, Jan. £7 - The senate csme to
order promptly at 10 o'clock and lis-
tener to the prayer of the chaplain
The following bills and resolutions
Mr. Cranford—For the relief of Sheriff
C. C. Dupree of Franklin county.
Mr. McComb— Resolution providing
for the printing of 300 copies of the rules,
Mr. Goee— Defining tbe Territory and
to provide for establishing the bona-
dariee of cmee snd towns «d validate
the incorporations of ciiscj and towns in
Tne senate bill creating ths Fifty-
fourth judicial district iu Mcl<cnnan
county was railed up on its second
reading, and under suspaiisi>>n of the
rules, the bill passed.
The house btll. relating to the taking
of depositions, was ordered engrossed.
The bill for tbe relief of J. \Y. lUtc fe-
The bills providing for the payment
of salaries of the judges of tbe higher
courts were passed.
Senator McComb offered a resolution
expressing regret si the death of Hon.
James G. Blaine and Mr. Imboden
offered a substitute which included Mr.
Lamar in the resolution, it was unani-
called up aad
of the rulee.
By unanimous cooeeat Senator Bald-
win introduced a bill to validate and
legalise tbe appointment by councils in
certain cities and towns of boards of
trustees aad to legalise the act of such
Senator Preesler's concurrent resolu-
tion memorializing congress to estab-
lish a harbor of refuge at the entrance
to Florida straits, through which Tezas
commerce passes, was called up and
pending discussion the senate ad-
REVOLUTION IN HAWAII.
Tbe Queea Dalhroaed asd Aaaesallaa to
the tailed Slate* Ask ad. #
San Francisco. Jan. SO. —The steamer
Claudine arrived in this port from the
Hawaiian Islands, bringing the impor-
tant news of a rsvolution in that king-
dom. The provisional government has
been established by an uprising of the
people, Queen Liliuokalani has been de-
posed from power, the meoarohy abro-
gated, the government buildings seized
and a new provisional ministry com-
posed of four members sustained by the
bayonets of volunteers.
Washington, Jan. aO.-Mott Smith.
Hawaiian minister, has received an of-
ficial dispatch to the effect that the Ha-
waiian government bas been overthrown
and that commissioners from the new
government are on their way to Wash-
ington from San Franci«oo to aak that
Hawaii be annexed to ths United States.
Mr. Smith is now at the stats depart-
ment waiting to advise ths secretary of
state of information he has rsceived.
Tbe state and navy departments bavs
l«en officially informsd of the resolu-
bat a "Fast Black."
Canton, Miss., Jsn. 30.-Quite a
strange freak in the form of a woman
appeared on the streets here and at-
tracted attention. Sue bas perfectly
white, fair hande and short kinky hair
with features of a negro. When inter-
viewed the woman said she was born
black snd remsined so until she was 15
years old, when she turned suddenly
white, remaining so for one year, when
she turned suddenly black again. Sin
that time sbs is altsrnately white
black, not alone In spots, but changes
color entirely. She is fairly latelhgsut
and says she has nsvsr had a spell of
sickness and has never taken a dose of
medicine. She lives neer Sal lis station
on the Csnton and Aberdeen road.
hie death has finished the tariff
He wss a doomed maa from the start,
aad to all intents and purposes he has
been a dead maa for three maay
lays past. The end came peace-
fully, the secretary passing with*
a tremor from aa uacoaecious stale
Into that of death. His wife aad chil-
iron were at his bedside. Aa atteadaat
•tatioaed at the door of the maasion to
Answer the inquiries of the newspaper
sorrespoadeats made the announcement
The news spread to the Capitol aad
throughout the city In a few mmatee
snd it was everywhere expected, bat
when the announcement came the im-
preosion was more striking than any
that has been created by similar news
lince the death of Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. Bllalae's Caraar.
tfe may now*
the life sad
hf has h§ld la the
THE hol'SE. '
Austin, Jan. 28.—In tbe boose about
an hour wss consumed in first increee*
Ing the pay of the house night watch-
man, then in abolishing his office, and
in abolishing the office of assistant post*
master and then creating an assietaat
who should fnrni*h a wagon and team
to haul the mails.
The motion to have printed bouee bill
providing equity of redemption for lands
sold under mortgage or deed of trust
SSIaaaai Daaioa'a eariaos a
New Yoaa, Jaa. 18. — la goiag h
late at night Michael Dunloa, of Belle-
ville, made mistakes so oftea that he
marked his honss by putting a whits-
washed bowlder ia front of his door.
One night recently somebody who knew
his fail lag, moved t^ie stone to the front
of Mrs. Clareudoa's house next door.
Thestyls or architeotnrs is just the
same and Dunlon found the door un-
locked, went np to his room, ss he sop
posed, and began to disrobe. In a mo-
ment Mrs. Clarendon saw that it was
not her hnsbaad. Dunloa did net kaow
that it was a strange woman who wee
beating him until he wae completely
"done up" and thrown downstairs.
A resolution was adopted requiring
the doorkeeper and assistant aad ser-
geant-at-arms to watch tbe house mid
prevent petty thieving..
The following bille aad resolutions
Mr. Deaa—-Concurrent resolution to
request Texaa congressmen to vote
against the N icaraugua canal bill and to
formulate and vote for a bill authoris-
ing the general government to construct
a canal to connect the Gulf of Mexico
with the Pacific ocean.
Mr. Russell-* To extend the time with-
in which lands sold to the state for
taxes may be redeemed.
Mr. Calhoun—Concurrent resolution
instructing Texas senators aad congress-
men to introduce and support a bill to
require the Issue of treaaury notes to
pay pension* aad impoeo aa lacome tax,
payable la gold, lo redeem the aotes.
Mr. Fieide moved to postpone the
resolution sad mates it a special order
for April IA. ~
day <*der, the houee bill ta icstcre juris-
diction of ths Marioa
passed under suspension ^
Houee bill granting rights and privi-
▲a Kaibaesllaf P<
Spuing weld. 111., Jan. 30.— In tbe
United Statee district conrt Mrs. Msry
Vonderheide, formerly postmistress at
Teutopolis, entered a plea of guilty to
thirteen distinct chsrges of embezzling
and appropriatiag the conteats of valu
able letters. The aggregate amoaat of
her plunder was $1900. Sbs is now liv-
ing in Chicago and is the mother of
eeven youag children, the youngest only
two months of age. Out of regard to
her children sentenos
calls for something
repetition of the feels at
It were a
to rocouat the capital
villa. Pa., on the 81st of J
educated first at home end
in a military school at*Blue tick
Springe, Ky , finding thsre and
h marriage Harrirt Maawood, a
Uhs hiiassif; returning to hl netU^*
to tooch la Philadelphia; going
young wife to her
miking that etate his future
editor at twenty*four of ths
bee Journal; ossodoto editor of the
Sesallpea at Jaa
Lake Chasieb, La., Jaa. S7,
pes has appeared la Jeaainge, a flourish-
ing town on the Southern Pacific rail-
way, about thirty-three adlee east of
The mayor of Jenniag
a proclamation of the fact sayiag
ail petieats are aad will be isolated and
recommending measures to preveat the
spread of tbe dimes, tyuurantiae will
be probably declared.
Head Oat <*f tbe Tblrd Party.
Los Anoklss, Cel., Jaa. 88.—At a
meeting of Populists reeolutsoae were
adopted deaouaciag Congressman-elect
Cannon and Amsmblyman T. J. Kerns
of Los Angeles as traitors aad formally
rsadiagthem out of the party. This
action was tskm bee suss Kerns voted
for White (Desk) for United States osn-
ator whoa, as ths Popaliete claim, he
nlodred to vole for their candidate.
brokea cot among ca
for fser ths
cattle en the
▲ia., Jan. 8*-Tht MB
to Mm, T.
tion of the Dimmit
Habeoutlivsd aearly sllof hbgiusft
saw every Uaiea
genual of the first
the single exception of I ^ dissi. go
dowa to the grave. Be sarvtvsd aearly
all of his competitors la eivfl Hfla
stature or nie
rixty-three. Be had oa
mt Bis 1m* days mure mmI tMh
right of the ChpML ThMte his cms
tHnhs tasned nam Aortas! Mm
ths house where me. blaine died.
pression of the face was peaceful and
the lineaments show but few traces of
the ravageo of disease. Tbe casket was
almost burisd under a mam of floral
tributes. The services were strictly
private aad no one was admitted who
had aot received an invitation. The
limited seating capacity of the church
the large number of delegations and
to be provided for left no room
for the general public. His funeral took
place this morning.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Geo, Enchinger, St « Aats. ?eeke to
have his son arrested for marrying his
stepdaughter, who is also the young
Dwigbt Tredway has sued President
Dodd of the Missouri Electric Light
company for one-half the stock of that
The postal appropriation for the fiscal
year ending June, 1894, is nearly $*4.-
The bill to bridge the Osage river in
Benton county, Missouri, now awaits ,
the president's signature.
Senator Harris of Tennessee U likely
to be president pro tem of the senate
when the Democrats assume control.
Canada's parliament has opened at •
Ths Rome (Ga.) sanitarium was de-
stroyed by incendiary fire, with a lose
The Thompeon Houston company ha*
asked for a receiver for the city electric
road of Little Rock, Ark.
The Republic of Hayti .is said to be
on the verge of another revolution.
Governor Turney iu his message to |
tbe Tennessee legislature makes a^me !
Congressman Mitchell of Wisconsin
has been nour.iated by the Democrat-
to succeed United Stales Senator j
John Riggs, a famous Indian fighter
under Custer, and wno claimed he icil.ed
the chief Black Kettle, is dead in feiss.
President Moaher of the broken Capi-
tol National bank, Lincoln, Neb , went
before the grand jury, acknow.ed^ed
his guilt aud, it is thought was in-
The defense in the Panama canal case
has closed at Paris and court adjuurnei
The French government again tri-
umphed in a vote iu tne chamber of
deputies over the Bonlsnguia' and
I by Mr. Vila* to the
with a roa tin nation
Georjrc partly made o
oa the Mil itself.—
without actioa aad
from tbe boeae was
been read Mr Piatt
I from tbe committee oa
! amendment to tbe
Mr. Berry providing for tbe
, commission for inreatis*ttns
of tbe national or tribal title to
Territory. Mr. Barry's
agreed to and tbe bill want over.
tben went lot© exerutiva
Home— Tbe quarantine
amendment was adopted ext
visions of tbe bill to imaifntka end
tion arrjfls land bonndariee ae waB s
sea boundaries. Tben came a vets
I canal bill. The i>aaaag* of the bOl aa a
vote stood 111 to"47. Mr.
point of no qtiurum. but by tbe
Stood 13* to 29 Th* bona*
tee of tbe whole proceeded ta
dry ciril appropriation bOl, bet
Kr.iurr-Early in the day a
wan received from Chief Jasu<«
supreme court, addressed rane %
announced th*> death of
Lamar, which wee laid before tbe
MpH«rw Walthall of
ttr-orgta made brief remark*, warmly
i m«r the dead jueti<-e. Mr. Wllnuo ot
, inured as a mark of respect to tbe
.lostu-e l-amar. who was formerly a me:
the senate, that the eenate adjourn. Ohich
tion unanimously carried
Home The house refused to agree to
action tu take up tbe eundry drU bill,
a* a mark of respect to the memory of
lan> Justice Lamar, the houac adjourned.
Senate.— Ho busine** of importance eras
transacted except the introduction of a bill fur
the admission tf I'tah as a state and an
ment fr m tbe winnc.tte on naval affaire !
ine to a further increase nl tbe navy.
flor*r.- The Imnkruptcy >411 wae di
at length but no action was taken
frp.xate The anti oj.tion bid wa disci
at length An effort to pass tbe biU <
a commission on the alcoholic liquor
failed, the morning hour sxpiring without ac-
tkm on the alcoholic traffi< bill
Ho(~*>e - Tbe sundry civil bill wa t ikes ep
and mail- fair pri/gress Mr LKr. kery tw-
j orted freni the ucimitieo on appti>|
tbe legislative. e*e« utive and judicial
prlation bill and it wse placed on tbe
B-rh bonscs a<l;otirned wtthoat tr
at.y bu«iue*Mi owing to Mr. Blaine s deSta,
ported fr«>m the committee oa
1 vnd piacud on the < luatidtr. Oa
I \1t Hale it was ordered that when I
adj urn.-l th*t it lw to meet at 2 o'clock
► tit trive kenators aa opportuaity to
i the faneral of Mr Blaine
Il<—^>youd the adoption of
* looking to an i:t of tbe
\ canal v andal and tbe whisky tnwt
ceedm^H of tbn house Saturday were
i public ii t'-feat
n«ir to Us Vestkfal
Cam s k*y
I 111—!■!——awfr""* Messt Dn
George Reioff died at Upper Alton. I The Consumptive
being the twentieth victim of the wreck j r:
at Wann. ? *.« « • roiwsstMi B msi. ,i
The Pennsylvatiia railroad is said
have arrangements about complete
a route to the Pacific coast.
Joeeph Nhnmo expresses his views on
the power of the interstate commission
ou rate making and apportionment of
As the result of a recent order by thfe
government the immigration commis-
sions paid by railroads to steamship
companies will be reduced.
A great railway war is brewing in
New England, the parties to it being
the New York. New Haven and Hart-
ford and the New York and New Eng-
land, with Reading edging in as a side
Frsd Fink kills his son-in-law, Henry
Bchellinger. near Clayton, Ma
Frank Henschen shot Miss Alice
Bruce and then committed suicide at St.
General Jemison of Missouri, aspires
to the governorship of Oklahoma.
A bill for the establishment of a per-
manent census bureau has been reported
to the houee.
Governor Altgeid is recuperating at
Ash villa, N. C.
Flager's casino at St. Augustine, Fla ,
was damaged $100,000 by fire.
William Uoughtelin. a young tough,
I* in jail at Terrs Haute, Ind., for at-
tempting to criminally assault a child.
Justice Lamar's death caused a pro-
found shock in Washington. Specula-
tion le rife as to woo will fill his place.
Two youag toughs, armed with re-
volvers. terrorised a train on the So-
malia, Warsaw and Southern railroad,
Murrell of Marehall. Ma,
it to take charge of the closed bank
at Arrow Rock, but creditors forced
htm to leave town.
A Chicego lawyer haa suggested that
ex-prseideats, when they pomees the le-
gal requirements, be named for supreme
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A Reliable Household Ren
35 years in use. Price, 25
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
C T BROWN CHEMICAL CO
Sole Proprietor*, 7* John
Lahewood ia the new political
Mr. Cleveland's advisers are gathering
them aud it ia said the eelectioa of a
eebiust is to be put through at onoe.
TUrwafch a Brick Mease.
Bast UvsnrooL, O , Jan. 90.—A car
ou an electric railroad jumped the
rbe street was fey aud the car
ewiftly across the stieet and
ths aids of s brick building. The
carried it through the wall.
Ths ear mm filled with paseengeis
no fatal! tiee.
T .erisll 1KAN1> PT.lrKm is wsr saft
of, at*! w® kera e a urjr in tl . t>«rUe*t •<.
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( rs t.'rf' M'e. tlerjfi ia;
iffkt if t!iC " Kdii Hr.rnt" t« nut
«t Cctslsrtis ft r. A. j t iw>jt
Board and Lod
No. 516, Jsekson St.^Coi
llatef 1.0U per Day. Nlae, Urge
rooms and bath privi'ages.
Jan. SO.—Colooe! W. &
frequently haa to
at once. Hew cei
The answer to, with oar
tokm (and our only.) Tt
Our treatment Is
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 2, 1893, newspaper, February 2, 1893; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191764/m1/1/: accessed July 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.