The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 11
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Printed page #79. 9 March 1892
H. C. LEWIS-white man about 35 years old and medium height.
....came to his death from being run over by the cars on the Texas Pacific Railway
between Lamar and Griffin Street.
Printed page #80. 14 March 1892
CHARLES WEBBER-white man about 30 years old and 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high.
....came to his death from an excessive indulgence in alcoholic liquors. Died at
Schlonegar's Saloon; John Schlonegar gave information.
Printed page #81. 17 March 1892
ROSA H. GOODMAN-white lady about 35 years old and light complexion; the wife of
....came to her death from heart disease or some cause of like character.
Printed page #82. 10 April 1892
UNKNOWN-about 40 years old, of medium height, curly hair, could not say from his
mangled condition whether he was white or slightly colored.
.....came to his death from being run over by the cars on the H T & C Railway.
Printed page #83. 20 April 1892
FRANK TIBBS-colored man 30 years old.
....on 18th of April 1892, came to his death from natural causes. Death occurred on Ross
Avenue; Sam Stallings gave information.
Printed page #84. 2 May 1892
CHARLES BAUMGARTNER-white male child about 22 months old.
.....came to his death by being run over by an electric car on Main Street. William
Dickey gave information.
Printed page #85. 4 May 1892
R. L. PROHL-white man of about 40 years old.
.....came to his death from hemorrhage of the lungs. Death took place at St. George
Printed page #86. 17 May 1892?????????
GOITLEIB BINDER-white man about 40 years old, weight 175 pounds or more.
....came to his death from a cut or stab inflicted on the left groin of deceased; inflicted
by Geo. Willon in connection with supervening causes. Took place at St. George Hotel
on Main Street.
Printed page #87. 14 May 1892
W. S. LINCH-white man about 30 years old and light complexion.
.....came to his death from an electric shock received from the electric wires.
Printed page #88. 25 May 1892
C. O. BREWER-white man about 30 years, 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, fair complexion.
.....came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted on the right side of his breast by
Henry Miller. Took place on Elm Street.
DGS Journal 11 1995
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