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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 May 1908

[ MARLBORO DEMOCRAT IJBNNBTTSVILIJB, S. C. : iOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., Nnbscrlption nico: . ear.* 1.00 o nth s.50 months.25 IONAL Mrs. A. J. Jones are ng some time in Wilming K. Cox, formerly of this ', but now of Darlington, town Thursday. ?\ad Weatherly and Mrs. ?gjjp Weatherly have been X in Maycsville. 3. Sanders is building a cot l thc lot which he got from lamer in Murchison Park. J. L. Freeman of McColl ed an excellent sermon at ptist church Sunday morn lloah, of Florence, is the ?ourt stenographer and he i very favorable impression glas Jennings spent Sunday umbia with Mrs. Jennings under treatment in the hos tie re. J. B?ldwin, accompanied by rosland, went to Columbia day to be operated on a 1 time for appendicitis. ar Grosch sailed last Wed y* for his old home in Ka lle expects to return to .ttsville in a few months. i Dr. Webster and two iters, Misses Irma and liva, ston, are visiting Mrs. Web brothers, K. D. and J. 15. )\,? c. . T. C. Hamer went to Col i Tuesday night to at...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 May 1908

V COTTON BOOMED. SENSATION AI i KISIC IN THE MUCK OV THE STAlMiE. Now Cotton Kin:', Has Caused (lie Groat Southern Money Crop lo As sume Kinch Grouter Vaine. A dispatch rroin New York under dale ol' last Friday says in tho sen sational rise ia .Inly cot lon in Hie last few days, amounting to lim points or $9.50 u Pal?*, it has become known thet a new "Cotton King" luis risen la the Iluanttal world, one whose operations have played havoc with tho bears in the colton p|| .ind have assisted in cornering dir .inly ont ion. J. (,. Livermore's mime was on tho lips ol' every ono in I lie colon non ket Thursday ns the price of July, which lins boen steadily souring, shot up from $9.10 to |9;90, a gal ti ol' $2.50 a hal?. Aa the price ot' the Staple continued to mount, the four-stricken men who had sold July short contracts hogan to say thal the market foi* July col Ion was cornered mid thai ;i new Ma poleen of the ciiion market had nri.< en and was already beginning to die late ternis. S...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

o Democrat. "DO THOU, OBHAT LIBERTY. INSPIRE OUB SOULS AND M A KIO OUK LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OM OUR 1)BATH7 GlXmiOUS IN THY OAUSE." VOL XXXI I f BENNETTSVmLE. S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1008 NO. 22 SOUTH ATTACKED Republicans Trying to Revive the Reconstruction Bitterness. GETTING DESPERATE Republicans Afraid t<> Let tho People Know How Mach Money They aro Given by tho Trusts for Corrupt Legislation niul Heroines Vicious Town rds the Kool li. A campaign contribution publicity hill, embodying un amendment. b> Mr. Crumpaclter of Indiana, provid ing for a reduction in thc representa tion in Mn? house of thc representa tives in those States having disfranch isement was passed by tho house; by a vote of 1 T>0 to I2? following a live ly debate. The measure was brought lip under suspension of tho rules and but IO minutes were allowed in which to discuss it. The Southern members in partien were bitter in their dcnunclutlonof the apportionment provision of the bill. Mr. Willia...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

BENNETTS VILLE. S, 0. AV. F. CALDWELL EDITOR Good morning? Have you heard of the new waterworks? + + + The groat fleet of warships have been sent to visit ?Japan. Wonder when sho will return thc visit? + + + Now that the State convention lias instructed for W J Bryan for President let all fall in line and elect him. + * + Commencements are in full blast and tho sweet gili graduates are occupying tho attention of the moment- especially of the young men. * ? # The outlook for democratic suc cess at the polls this fall is bright er than has been the case since 1892 when tho Democrats elected Crover Cleveland. * + + The manipulations of certain forces to defeat Capt W E Gon zales as a delegate to Denver on thc floor of tho convention were "Wonderful to behold." + + + Thc Grand Lodge of thc Knights of Pytinana which met in Aiken was truly a noble gathering. Pythanism is a mighty factor in the all ai rs of this state. .I* ?!? Arc the legislative positions going begging? so far only one en...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

i ? MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILIJE. S. C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., '8nbBcriptlOD rrlce: Ono year.?5 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL J. B. McLaurin is at home from Watford college. JJ. K. Kstcrling of Florene coun ty was in town Saturday. J R Ames has returned from a visit to Mississippi. O C Dunn spent Sunday with fS ds at Bladcnboro, N C. Mrs. Jones, of Columbia, is visiting her son Kev. C. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Odom spent Sunday with relatives at Dunbar. Miss Monto Hyatt of Columbia is visiting Misses Myrtle Moore and Thelma Rowe. The "sweetest girl in dixie" will bo given at tho auditorium tonight by thc dramatic club. Miss Isla Granger who has been attending school here this year and boarding at Kev. C. A. Jones; returned home yesterday. Miss Ruth Berry, who has been attej|tf1ine: school here for thc past year, returned to her home in Greenville Saturday. At thc auditorium Friday after noon at 6 o'clock thc music club assisted by some of the older mu sicians ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

BENNETTSVILTiE, S. C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., 'Subscription Price: Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL J,, B. McLaurin is at home from Watford college. JJ, li. Esterling of Florene coun ty was in town Saturday. J K Ames has returned from a visit to Mississippi. "O C Dunn spent Sunday with IQ ds at Bladenboro, N C. Mrs. Jones, of Columbia, is visiting her son Kev. C. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Odom spent Sunday with relatives at Dunbar. Miss Monto Hyatt of Columbia is visiting Misses Myrtle Moore and Thelma Rowe. The "sweetest girl in dixie" will be given at tho auditorium tonight by thc dramatic club. Miss Isla Granger who has been attending school here this year and boarding at Kev. C. A. Jones; returned home yesterday. Miss Ruth Berry, who has been attejyMni? school here for thc past year, returned to her home in Greenville Saturday. At thc auditorium Friday after noon at 5 o'clock the music club assisted by some of thc older mu sicians will ?ive a recital at t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

New Methods Have Chanced the W?lk of ?atheiing. PEARLER WELL EQUIPPED With a Suit of India Rubbert Coppei lirons lu?alas, and Leuden Weight! Ho Descern?s (o UK* IJolloiii of UK Ben-Spends From Six io Kighi Hein -, Xl i ere. Tho Servilia pearl given by Jullul | Causar to Brutus' mother waa ?aid tc luivo been worth ? 175,001?, saya Lon don Tit-Iii ta. For H pearl an incl) in diameter a Persian Bilah ol' th?' seventeenth century ls said to hav< puid (320,000. The pearl market in somewhat lower nowadays, but pricer ure still high enough to make tiivinji profitable. The ern of naked divots exposed to peril from sharks has passed away. Modern progress equips lit? pearler with a suit ot' india rubber, copper breastplate, with leaden weights buck and trout; helmet, nias* panelled and willi telephonic attach menta; air pipes, life lines and ;> submarine searchlight, 'rims equip ped the pearl diver may spend six o: eight hours al the bottom ol the sea, whereas in olden limes three mi au...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

??l?l I KA 'S 0< ) ?IMKNOjr.Mtf NT. Koonta lucers o? Kentucky Make lt Un Iq at-. A oi 'lere commencement, which beides possessing the rural nc&dd? j.il'' solemnity/ "f>r' . >.? a tho tri ture ol a cou'ul? iVli ami a county cou ri day ls om of tho a.mu.il f oatt: rea nt He rea College. Jio instit lion ?sin tho borderland r-otv -en tho Kor tucky Bitte (irais re gion und the Cumberland Mountains, i.nd io ? lt i orne i arly PI ch J .ne soma tlvo i r six thousand men, women and rhllii.'an it the strongly Individual \ypor dave loo id b> ibo Independent life of (hm region. Oa conii lob oe nie) i day the ns lally quiet olJoge cuni is becomes n t> ihorii. ; ; to ,n,' for thousands ot h or sos, and H ulmcrl choked with wagons which, with hickory chair;! lor sea1.1, have brought whole fami bes fro- i the bin ? hills over unspoak i.nle roads, wi.h buggies and smarter tarn nits from < ie more pr. uierou? Laie (Liss Iurm i. While the grad? u tion core nu :il< > are hii...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

THE LAW IS VINDICATED JIM MALLOY HANGED LAST FRIDAY Went to His Death Bravely-Died in 29 Minutes-Small Number at Execution Jim Malloy just at noon on Fri day paid with his life for tho bru tal murder of his wife over one year ago. The trap was sprung at 11:39 and at 12:00 Hrs. Carmichael and Kinney pronounced him dead as a result of strangulation. His body was cut down and taken a way and buried in the potter's field, his family refusing to take charge of the remains. The execu tion was orderly and only a fow witnessed it. The gallows en which Malloy was hanged was about 12 feet high. A trap door bad been fixed allow ing a fall of about 7 feet. Thc cutting of the rope allowed thc trap door to fall and thc body j dropped through this. Before thc execution thc Revs. Jno. Moultrie, K F Harrington, Fl W Prince and B C Jackson, held devotional exercises in tho cell of thc doomed man. Malloy said that bc was ready to meet bis God and that he was going to his death with malice towards none...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

CANDIDATES FOR GALLOWS MURDER. IN HEBRON SECTION SUI* DAY Shooting in Town Sunday Night Details of Both the Oc curences. Coroner McCall held an inquest Sunday morning over tho dead body of Lawrence Fuller. The jury after hearing the testimony and viewing the remains rendered the following verdict: "That thc said Lawrence Fuller came to his death from a gunshot wound in tho hands of Hamp Purcell with Neill Alford as accessory." Tho facts in the case are these: That last Sunday one week ago Hamp Purcell and Neill Alford were coming across a field about dusk going in the direction of Fuller's homo. That Neill had a double barrel gun in bis hands and was in front. Coming up to Full er's home they called him out, he at that [time being engaged in cooking supper. Just as he step ped into the doorway Hamp Pur cell-grabbed the gun out of Al ford's hands and emptied the load into Fuller's body. He fell and the alleged assassin fled. Neill was arrested at once and taken to liennettsville and ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 May 1908

AWFUL ST?RY Of the Guinness Murder Gets Blacker and Blacker. KILLED FOUR PEOPLE At u Christians Jollity at Her I,a Porto Home-Tho Mood Lust ol' This Horrible Woman Surpasses Anything ol' (he Kimi in Modern Times. A dispatch from La Torte, J ml . says tho mordor ol' four persons she had invited to her 'House of Hor rors" as her guests at a Christmas party, ls tho latest atrocity charged to Mrs. Holle Guinness, l,U Colic's areli assassin, who ls hoing sought by tho polieo ol practically tho whole world. I'Tom a careful identification of tho unidentified bodies which havo been recovered I rc ni tho "soil, spots" o? llrooksiue farni, and thc compari son of oilier evidence, il is now al most c?rtala thai Uto woman slayer com ui ll lcd her quadruple crime on Christmas night ol' 190C. .lennie Olson. .Ioho Moo. (d' 101 bow Cake, Minn., end a mail and woman known only as the "professor and his wife wore on (hat night the victims of Ibo Guinness woman's passion for slaughter. This discovery c...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 June 1908

The; /Wa.rll>oto Democrat i : - 1 - ? ssas: ? . . -, . t>g , ... _ ,__j_ I "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INO I'Ut M OUR SOU US AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN TR/POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GIX)RIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXII) 13ENNETTSVILLE, S. L FRIDAY, JUNE 5. I9G8 NO. 28 LOST AT SEA Seventeen Men Drowned by the Wrecking of a Schooner. ONLY TWO MEN SAVED Thc Boston Pishing Schooner Fame linn Down and Wrecked in a Thick Fog hy tho Old Dlniinion Atlantic Liner Boston Off Yarmouth, N. O. The Boston Fishing schooner Famo ?was rammed and sunk hy Hie Old Diminion Atlantic Hue steamer llos ion and seventeen members ol' the crew ot' the schooner out of nine teen wore lost. Tho collision occurred in a fog. Tho lloston, which was hound from Yarmouth. N. C., the officers state, was proceeding at slow speed, whistle blowing constantly. Nothing was heard or seen of any vessel until the Boston smashed into tin1 Fame. Tho sharp prow ot (IK? steamer sliced tho stern off (he seoonor and she sank in Llir...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 June 1908

THE CONCERT BY OLD FOLKS WAS ENJOYED RY A LARGE AUDIENCE All Ages of Musicians, From a. Child of Six io a Grand mother of Seventy Tho old folks con?oi t, under tho Hospices of the Bcnnottsvillo Mus ac Club, was very much enjoyed &y over l?O people last Friday afternoon. Not only the old folks, i?ut tho young and the middle aged t)\ made excellent music, from Hfctlo six year old Sarah Miller, who sweetly sang "Dont Trouble" tjfc Mrs Carrie D Sparks, who has ??ched her allotted three score Xid ten years, but who still plays ? i e piano as nimbly and as pleas ely as a sweet j?r'irl graduate. 'Sivch number on the following program was greatly enjoyed. Orchestra- 11 Ked Wing*' Duet- Overture "Zampa'' Mrs & S and Miss Sallie Carlisle, Vocal solo- "Don't Trouble'1 miss Sara Miller. Quartette- "My Old Kentucky Koine" Mesdames F G Hollis, 10 3 Moore, L J Breeden, O K Kxum, Piano solo- Mrs Carrie D ?!$?>urks. Violin numbers- Mr John li 'Minson. Piano duet - Mrs Laura 1) barral 1 an...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 June 1908

ANOTHER. HAS A SCHEME Schemer Wants to Sell Mr. Shultz Money The following lotter unfolding a plan to got rich fast was receiv ed by Mr. Shultz recently. The whole is published and is self-ex planatory. TI IK LETTE K, Confidential. 4^My Dear Sir:-Your namo was sent to mc by my son (who is my traveling representative) as a shrewd, reliable and trustworthy man to co-operate with in your vi cinity, and I therefore take the liberty of proposing a scheme to ?u that ninety-nine out of a bull ed up-to-date men would gladly grasp if they could personally ex amine my work, thereby convinc ing themselves of the absolute safety of my oller. I am an expert ongraver, hav ing for 2'2 years been employed in the Bureau of Engraving, Wash ington, D. C., and for 1(2 years superintendent of one of the larg est bank note companies in the country. Every moment of my leisure was spent in practicing the duplication of the One, Five and Ten Dollar notes, and as these were the original denominations 1 Wid w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 June 1908

DATES FIXED For th? Speaking in the State Campaign Meetings. A TWO RING AFFAIR. Tho Two Campaign Pin t ?rs Will Be gin (o Slump tho State on Juno 17, [ Ono Sturt ingg nt Sumter ami thc Other nt St. Matthews., A subcommittee of the Slate De mocratic executive committee, con sisting of Chairman Wilie Jones,Com ptroller (Jenora! A. \y. Jones and C. f.. Jilease of Newberry, mol and ar ranged tho schedule for tho Demo cratic campaign this summer. Capt. I). .1. (Jriflilll, also a member, was unavoidably absent on business. As wa,s decided upon by Hie SI ale con venlion Hiere an- lo be two campaign purtles, om' for ibo candidates foi tin (lullet) Stales sonnte and congress und ,thc oilier for ibo candidates for tho Stale olllces. 'rio- Slate campaign will open ai si. ?VIatthows on Juno 17, and Hie senatorial campaign will op en at Sumter on lin same dale. 'Tito itinerary tor ibo candidates tor si.ile offices follows: St. Matthews. Wednesday, .hmo 17 'Orungoburg, Thursday, June is. St. Geor...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

"DO-'THOU, ?HEAT LIBERTY, I NH PI BK OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUB LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OB OUB DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL XXXII* BENNETTS VI LL E. S. C., FRIDAY, JUNK 12 1908 "NTO OA DUNCAN RULED 8y the State Supreme Court on i Serious Charge. AFTER HE HAD FILED Sousa!lonni Charges, In Which If? GI ahmed That There W/is a Conspi ,\. racy lu Columbia to Injury Hill Professionally, ?nd That Cert a ii Records HHVO l>isu|l|iOMred. Affidavits containing sensation? statements and charges wore present ed to Hie Supreme Court Tuesday li tho argument of tho case of Jessi Hunter, a negro, represented by Mr .fohn T. Duncan, of Columbia. Aile hearing Die case the Court dismisses the motion for a now trial on alto discovered evidence. Mr. Duncan, who lias put up : hard light for his clients. Jesse Dun ter and his wife, Francos Hunier convicted ol' assault and battery, pre souled ll tongi hy affidavit from him self in which ho sol forth tho progr?s' of the caso and (barged (bat cor ....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

W. F. CALDWELL EDITOR ADIEU With this issue the present Edi tor retires from tho Democrat,hav ing accepted a position with tho Charleston News and Courier. Since taking hold of thc Demo crat on the first of tho year it has been tho aim of the present man agement to improve the paper in every way. Thc paper is on a cash in advance policy and while for a time a few of the subscribers stopped, still it was not for long and we wish to thank each and every one for assisting us in doin?i this. The rise in paper ami all other expenses as well as the rul ing of thc postoilice. department on this point made this necessary. And wc think that the subscribers arc as well pleased with the change as vc are. We have "covered" all cvci ts and havoendeavored to give to out readers thc best service possible. Thc paper is now twice the si/.e il was ami still tho price is thc same only si. Editors may come ami Editors may go but the Democrat will g( on. Always working for the I ?esl interests of the pe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

I? MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILIJ?S, S. C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., rSubni'Mptiuu rricc: Une year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL Civil court will begin on .lune 22 G I' Bourdolut is quito ill with fever. W F Caldwell is attending com mencement nt Due Wost this week. Miss Hallie Ly tell has gone to Kow land to spend the summer. Mrs danie Smith of Kock Hill is visiting relatives here. Kenneth Matheson is critically ill with typhoid fever at his home six miles west ol' town. Miss Steward, of Rockingham, is visiting at tho home of C V Covington. YY S Henley of Columbia spent Sunday in town, on his way to at tend court at Laurinburg this week. Mrs. J A W Moore, and chil dren have been spending a few days with relatives in Dillon. Mrs. Walter L Mitchell and children of Fairmont, N. C., arc visiting at thc home ot ,1 ll Mitchell. Lauch Everett of Monroe has been spending a few days herewith his father, J F Everett. Mrs. Clarence. Mills of Wil mington is here lo attend thc m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

1E MARLBORO DEHOGI BBNN13?TSVILM3, S, C. DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO., 'Subscription rricet Uno year.fcl.OO Six months.50 Three months.25 PERSONAL Civil court will begin on June G P Bourdolat is quito ill with! fever. W F Caldwoll is attending com mcneemcnt at Due West this weeli. Miss Hallie Lytch has gone to Rowland to spend the summer. Mrs Janie Smith of Kock Hill is visiting relatives here. Kenneth Matheson is critically ill with typhoid feyer nt his home six miles west of town. Miss Steward, of Rockingham, is visiting at tho home of C V Covington. W S Henley of Columbia spent Sunday in town, on his way to at tend court at Laurinburg this week, Mrs. J A \V Moore and chil dren have been spending a lew clays with relatives in Dillon. Mrs. Walter L Mitchell and children of Fairmont, N. C., arc visiting at the home ol J ll Mitchell. Dauch Kverott of Monroe has been spending a few days herewith his father, J F Fverctt. Mrs. Clarence Mills of Wil mington is here to attend the mar riage of ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 June 1908

' l.vt Justice Ho Done. Near Greer, in Spart inburg Coun ty a negro named Fowler shot and in stantly killed a young white man of .unsavory reputation by the name of Boyce Stone, who was attempting to o tirage Fowler's wife Fowler nani that lie hastened to his home in re sponse to his wife's calls for aid and found three white men assailing her. Stone knocked him down, but he re covered himself, sei/.cd his gun and killed the would-be-ravisher. The other men, Hammett and Duncan, ran away. They were later chased by ofheers and arrested. Immedia tely after the shooting Fowler sur rendered himself to the sheriff. Stone, who was a vicious young desperado, seemed to have met a deserved death at thc hands of a ne gro who was justified in protecting his home. Strange to relate Magis trate Wood, who acte? as coroner, permitted the two men arrested as accessories to criminal assault to ap pear in the role of principal wit nesses, and that as the result of their testimony their intended vic ti...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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