Carrollton, Ky., Sept. 21. – Robert M. Williams, ex-sheriff of Owen county, Kentucky, and George S. Dean, a prominent farmer, met here yesterday and fought a street duel, in which Williams was shot three times and dangerously wounded.  Williams accused Dean of betraying his daughter and promised to shoot him on sight.  When Williams saw Dean he pulled his revolver and empties its contents at him, but missed him every time.  Dean returned fire and planted three bullets in Williams body. 


Indianapolis Journal, September 22, 1890