The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 10
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Printed page #70. 27 November 1891
HENRY HARRIS-colored man about 25 years old.
....came to his death from an accidental gunshot wound received from a gun in his own
Printed page #71. 1 December 1891
M. V. CHAPMAN-white man about 30 years old, about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high.
.... came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted by G. W. Bachelor. Body found at
Grand Windsor Hotel.
Printed page #72. 5 December 1891
JOIIN J. FORD-white man about 40 years old.
....came to his death from being covered up in a well. Body was at Dr. Lewis' on
Printed page #73. 5 December 1891
JOHN VAN WIE-white man about 40 years old, about 6 feet high and weight 250
.......came to his death from some unknown cause.
Printed page # 74. 7 December 1891
R. H. TAUGRE-white man about 60 years old.
......came to his death from wounds inflicted by himself on his own person. Information
was given that a man had killed himself at J. B. Simpson's office on Elm Street.
Printed page #75. 19 December 1891
JOHN CHODER-white man about 40 years old.
......came to his death from hemorrhage of the lungs or some similar disease. Body at
Scot's Saloon near City of Dallas.
Printed page #76. 9 February 1892
JANE BURKS-colored woman about 50 years old.
.......came to her death from heart disease or other like cause. Dr. Dickerson gave
Printed page #77. 16 February 1892
ENGLISH BILL-white man about 35 years old with fair complexion.
......came to his death by being run over by the cars on the Texas & Pacific Railway.
Printed page #78. 8 March 1892
ISAAC N. ELAM-white man, 6 feet high, 48 years old, weight 145 pounds.
....came to his death from wounds, one of which was inflicted on his right side in front
near his lower rib and the other near the point of his left shoulder blade; that said
wounds were inflicted by firearms by one Ed Owens. Ed Owens, principal, residence
Dallas on Ross Avenue, Lowe Owens and two other Owens [their first names not given]
listed as accomplices. All are in Dallas County Jail. Henry Jacoby gave information.
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