The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 7
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Printed page #44. 10 February 1891
GEORGE MORRELLwhite boy about 114 years old.
.....came to his death from an accidently shot fired from the hands of another person.
Took place at the court house drug store.
Printed page #45. 23 March 1891
TOM HUNTER-white man about 40 years, fair complexion, weight 175 pounds.
....came to his death from a wound on the head inflicted by Jim Lewis.
Printed page #46. 30 March 1891
UNKNOWN-a white child supposed to have been carried about 7 months.
......came to its death from???????? abortion.
Printed page #47. 31 March 1891
JAMES McALLASTER-white man about 35 years old, fair complexion and about 5 feet
and 10 inches high.
.....came to his death from suffocation in the flames when the Georgia Hotel was burned
in the city of Dallas this 31st day of March 1891.
Printed page #48. 3 April 1891
A. G. CAMPBELL-white man about 25 years old, fair complexion, about 5 feet and 10
....came to his death by taking his own life with a razor with which he cut his throat.
241 Live Oak Street. Policeman Gates gave information.
Printed page #49. 7 April 1891
W. M. ROBINSON-colored man about 30 years old and about 6 feet high.
....came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted on the left side of hid back near
the region of the heart. Wound inflicted by F. W. Whelis. F. W. Whelis posted $1000
bond on 7 April 1891, address on Central Avenue, City of Dallas, Sureties on bond are:
Barnett Gibbs, lives in East Dallas; ?) Whelis, lives in South Dallas.
Printed page #50. 12 April 1891
A. BAUER-white man about 35 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high.
......came to his death from falling from a horse on Elm Street on the hard pavement.
[NOTE: A short article concerning this death appears on page 16 of The Dallas Morning
News, April 12, 1891.
A German Musician Thrown by a Horse and Killed.
Andreas Bauer, a German musician, met his death suddenly last night under the
following circumstances: After playing at Mayer's Garden he borrowed a pony to take
a ride; going east on Elm Street as he was crossing Crowdus Street, his horse threw
him, his head striking the pavement. Parties who came up the next moment found him
in an unconscious state and the police patrol wagon was at once summoned to remove
him to the city hospital, but he died before getting there. An autopsy showed that death
had resulted from a fracture of the skull. The deceased was 35 years old and
unmarried. He will be buried this afternoon by the Sons of Hermann, of which order
he was a member. ]
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