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Stains Pronounced Blood Found on McCullough's Trousers. WORE THEM ON SATURDAY Coroner's Jury Finds a Verdict Charging Him with Murder. M'CULLOUGH IN PRISON HERE He Stoutly Protests His but Says Little Else. THERE IS STRONG FEELING AGAINST HIM People of Clayton Greatly Wrought Up Over the Terrible Killing. What the People Say. Withheld the Verdict. McCullough Looked Dejected. Forty-Eight Hours of Acute Agony. Suspected McCullough Quickly. McCullough's Brief Story. Some Striking Points. Dr. Dodd's Significant Testimony. Blood on His Trousers. Few Sympathized with Him. At the McCullough Home. His Brother Was There. Solicitor Kimsey's Plea. McCullough Won't Talk. What Was the Motive.
Nisbett, J R||||||Hancock, B F||||||McConnell, J W||||||Benefield, N J||||||et al - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jun 30, 1896
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The man who wept loudest at her grave, role at the head of the vast funeral procession and sat in the foremost seat at the church, has been charged by the coroner's jury and the sentiment of the community with the killing of Mrs. John McCullough, at Riverdale.

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