The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 13
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Printed page #98. 18 October 1892
JOHN WRIGHT-white man about 25 years old; 5 feet 10 inches high.
....came to his death from the effects of alcoholism; at Dee's saloon in North Dallas near
M K & T Railway.
Printed page #99. 25 October 1892
W. G. VEAL-white man about 55 years old, 5 feet 10 inches high, weight 150 pounds.
...came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted on him about his left eye by R. H.
Jones with a pistol held in his hand and fired off and discharged at and against the
decedent. Sloan Lewis gave information; R.H. Jones is in Dallas County Jail; event
took place at Merchant's Exchange.
Printed page #100. 4 November 1892
H. E. SIPPEI-white man about 18 years, 5 feet 10 inches high.
...came to his death from a gunshot wound received by accident on his breast near left
nipple; 311 Wood Street.
Printed page #101. 12 November 1892
MARSH WILLIAMS-white man, 21 years old, 5 feet 8 inches high.
....came to his death from a blow on the head inflicted by George Nairn; at 307 Pacific
Printed page #102. 17 November 1892
JOHN M. SHEA-white man about 45 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches high.
....came to his death from gunshot wounds inflicted on the breast and head of decedent
by Walter Billop; on Ervay Street.
Printed page #103. 18 November 1892
C. NEIGHBORS-white man about 55 years old.
....came to his death at Crutchfield's farmhouse, 4 miles east of Dallas courthouse, from
heart failure. Dr. Ewing gave information.
[NOTE: The Justice of the Peace is now J. H. Skelton, starting on page 104.]
Printed page #104. 25 November 1892
WRIGHT GRIFFIN-colored man about 59 years old.
.....came to his death at the residence of the deceased at #277 South Austin Street from
some heart trouble; name of trouble unknown to me; W. F. Morton gave information.
Printed page #105. 20 December 1892
G. KALACKOWSKI-white man about 48 years old, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high.
....at the residence of the deceased about 7 miles southeast of the courthouse; came to
his death by a gunshot wound inflicted on his left side near the backbone ranging
downward by the supposed Jim Ephraim, now dead. Jno. D. Boliso gave information.
Printed page #106. 20 December 1892
IDENTIFIED as JIM EPHRAIM-colored man about 33 years old, 5 feet 10 inches high.
.......on the Dallas and Kaufman road, came to his death from a gunshot wound upon
the left breast inflicted by Gus. Kolaczkowski in self defense.
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