tightly while Clements cut his ●throat and afterwards scalped him. At K?/p>
鰅ngsville, in Johnson County, something● of a skirmish took place and t■en Federals were killed.
A militiam■an named Duncan, who had a bad name locally ●and who was described as being a h■ighwayman and a house burner, also was captured ●at the same time. Being fifty-five● years of age and gray headed did not save him■. But befo
re he surrendered he fought a d●esperate battle. Knowing instinctively what hi●s fate would be if he fell alive into■ the hands of any hostile230 organ●ization, much less a Guerrilla org■anization, he took a sta
nd behind a p●lank fence, armed with a Spenc■er rifle and two revolvers, a●nd faced the enemyrses. Of the sixt