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 - A COLLISION NER DiLLAS. Sad Circumstances...
A COLLISION NER DiLLAS. Sad Circumstances Attending" the Death of Rrakemaa Orr. Dallas. Tex.. March 22The northbound northbound passenger train on the "Katy" and a south-bound south-bound south-bound gravel train on the M., K. and T. Railroad collided on the curve one mile north of Fisher and about five miles north of Dallas, at about 11 o'clock last night. John Orr, the head braketnan on the gravel train, was killed outright, and couductor Bolts, of the same train, received a scalp wound and several other slight Injuries. The engineers engineers and firemen saved thetusvives by jumping from the engines. Other members members of the two crews and the passengers! on the north-bound north-bound north-bound escaped with alight shakings up. The two engines were battered battered up ami disabled. A fresh locomotive from Da I la took the passengers north after a short delay. John Orr. or "Pete.'' as he was called. Bad been a brakettmn north of Denlson. and had only recently taken the run south of that plae. He had made arrangement arrangement lo move hi familv from Se-dalia. Se-dalia. Se-dalia. Mo., to Dallas, and they are duo here this evening. Thev will not hear of the death of Mr Orr until they arrive. They do not know that thev are coming to bis funeral. The ls..iv of" Mr. Orr was viewed by Justice Skeitoti and turned over to Undertaker Llnski. It is said the collision was the result of Conductor Bolt's watch being wrong.

Clipped from The Times-Democrat23 Mar 1895, SatPage 12

The Times-Democrat (New Orleans, Louisiana)23 Mar 1895, SatPage 12
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