|Publisher:||The Choctaw Advocate|
|Place of publication:||Butler, Alabama|
|Date of publication:||Aug 30, 1899 12:00 am|
|Source URL:||View Source|
C. W. Stall worth, of Cuba, Ala., shot and killed John Thomas, colored, in Tuscaloosa on the morning of the 23rd inst. Thomas had, a few days prior to the shooting, assaulted Mr. Stallworth’s wife during his absence from home, – and on arriving home and learning of the ordeal through which his wife had gone, shouldered a shot gun and went in search of the fiend, He soon located the negro and went to Tuscaloosa, at which place he learned the negro was. Mr. Stallworth met his game on the streets ; the negro recognized him and turned to run, at which time Stallworth emptied the contents of both barrels of his gun into him, killing him almost instantly. Stallworth was not arrested.