The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 9
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Printed page #60. 27 June 1891
CHARLES RUNYAN-white man about 25 years old, 5 feet and (2) inches high.
.... came to his death from drowning in Winn's Lake on 26th June 1891. Ed Smith's
[undertaking] on Ervay Street gave information.
Printed page #61. 5 July 1891
J. MEYER-white man about 40 years old and about 5 feet and 10 inches high.
......died on Junius Street on 2nd day of July 1891 from an overdose of morphine taken
with intent to commit suicide.
Printed page #62. 12 July 1891
LUCY ELLIOTI'-colored woman about 40 years old.
....came to her death from being run over by the electric cars on Commerce Street in the
City of Dallas.
Printed page #63. 21 July 1891
W. B. BROWN-white man about 30 years old and about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high.
....came to his death from wounds received by being run over by the cars of the M K &
T Railway in the yard of said rail road.
Printed page #64. 2 August 1891
WILLIAM WHEATLEY-white boy 12 years old.
....came to his death from accidental drowning in Trinity River.
Printed page #65. 7 August 1891
F. D. LOCKE-white man about 40 years old and five feet 9 inches high, weight about
.....came to his death from heart disease.
Printed page #66. 23 August 1891
JAMES SMITH-white man about 30 years old and 5 feet 10 inches high.
.....came to his death from being overheated or sun stroke.
Printed page #67. 1 September 1891
HOLLY SMITH-white man about 25 years old.
...came to his death from an electric shock received at the Electric Plant on the M K &
Printed page #68. 3 September 1891
BABY DUNLAP-male child 20 months old, white.
....came to his death from being struck by the electric cars on Latimer Street near
Corinth St. Informant is Mr. Beasant.
Printed page #69. 6 October 1891
M. H. DANIELS-white man about 30 years old.
.....came to his death from being run over at Miller Street by the cars of the Houston,
Texas and Central Railroad.
DGS Journal 1995
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