The Dallas Journal, Volume 41, 1995 Page: 3
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Printed page #8. Handwritten page 9. 28 November 1889
E. W. TILLTON-a man about 25 years old, fair complexion and medium height.
......came to his death from an over dose of opium. Dr. Webb gave information. Body was
found at the National Hotel.
Printed page #9. Handwritten page 10. 8 February 1890
CHARLIE other name unknown-a man about five feet and ten inches high, yellow
complexion, about 30 years, weighs about 150 pounds.
......Charlie, a colored unknown, came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted on
him by G. W. Hearrison; said wound was on left side of his breast, near the breast bone
about 3 inches lower than the nipple. The body was found at the Black Elephant on
Commerce Street. G. W. Hearrison in jail on 7 February 1890; bond was $1,000; no
Printed page #10. Handwritten page 11. 31 January 1890
WILL LANDERS-about 30 years old, sallow complexion, about five feet and ten inches
high, about 150 pounds weight.
......came to his death from exposure and dissipation in the use of intoxicating liquors
Printed page #11. Handwritten page 12. 1 March 1890
GEORGE W. BLESDELL-about 50 years old, about five feet and ten inches high,
weight 160 pounds, of light complexion.
......came to his death by making an incision in his left arm from which he bled to death
and he committed suicide. Body found at Palace Hotel.
Printed page #12. Handwritten page 13. 2 March 1890
GILBERT OWEN-colored man about 65 years old, medium height, about 150 pounds
ALBERT OWEN [name given as "Gilbert" in one sentence and "Albert" in another]
came to his death by being struck by a hand car on the MK&T RR track, which from
the evidence seems to have been carelessness on the part of those on the car. William
Stell(?), son of the deceased geve information.
Printed page #13. Handwritten page #14 6 March 1890
HENRY CLEMMONS-white man about five feet and ten inches high, 38 years old and
weighs 135 or 140 pounds.
......came to his death from inflammation of the brain.
Printed page #14. No handwritten page # 16 March 1890
INFANT FEMALE CHILD-colored child one month and 12 days old.
......the infant child of Peter Weathington came to her death by being overlain and
Printed page #15. 19 April 1890
JAMES SULLIVAN-about 30 years old, five feet and 10 inches high, light complexion
and blue eyes.
.....came to his death at 1310 Elm Street from the excessive use of intoxicating liquors
DGS Journal 1995
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