|Publisher:||The Sumter County Sun|
|Place of publication:||Livingston, AL|
|Date of publication:||4/3/1890|
|Source URL:||View Source|
Last Wednesday morning while two little white girls were on their wsy to school hear Stanton, they ‘were waylaid and outraged by a negro named Frank Griftn. The negro was caught and placed uudeV guard, but that night a party of ai med men in disguise overpowered the guard aud took Frank to a dog wood tree and hanged him. A volley of buckshot was poured into him as he swung.
“Items of Interest Gathered From Over this Busy State.” The Sumter County Sun (Livingston, AL), April 03, 1890.