Courant American News, May 19, 1887

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

May 19, 1887 Page 3:

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Wants to Hear From His Brother

Judge Neel has received a letter from A. B. Sugg, of Robards, Ky., asking the whereabouts of his brother, S. M. Sugg, who killed an old showman in Adairsville three or four years ago. It will be remembered that the person inquired for effected his escape from our jail and has never been heard from since. The writer of the letter states that his and his brotherís mother is in her last days and on the verge of insanity, all on account of her wayward son, and wants to hear something from him. Whisky constituted the foundation for this wretched state of affairs in the Sugg family.


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