Atlanta Constitution, October 14, 1899. An inoffensive negro you say? Oh, the humanity!
Um, said father and brother were who now? Could our correspondent provide a little more texture on these painstakingly gathered details, emanating from the vicinity of Sapp’s still?
Note the pre-technological use of “broadcast.” That there’s an agricultural metaphor: broadcast sowing is when you just toss seeds by the handful as opposed to spacing them out one by one in rows.
So: Naked except for a mud bustiere plus sidearm and ammo. No reliable data on her jumping skills.