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 - 1 sps-csfta BLOOD IN CLAY. Murder Follows...
1 sps-csfta BLOOD IN CLAY. Murder Follows Murder In 'the County Among the Mountains. tt . t. - TT-.J1 TT-.J1 TT-.J1 I The HenSley-DCZam HenSley-DCZam HenSley-DCZam X Ued I Canses a Fatal Clash At Manchester. A Masked Mob Hangs Lige Gibson Gibson To a Hickory Limb In Owen. The Jailer Forced ro Gi?e Up the Keys Which Opened the Murderer's Murderer's Cell. THE TOW JTJBY FAILS TO AGBXE Manchester, Ky Jan. 2?. (Special.) A feud has existed for several years in the northern part of Clay county between between the Uenaleya and Derarns. A few days ago John Hensley and John Dezarn met la tbe road and theis Win. chestere were brought into use, and during during the clash of arms Dezarn and his mule were both killed. Hensley surrendered himself to the civil authorities, and yesterday his examining examining trial eloeed. During the trial the excitement ran high. Tbe court was compelled to protect Hensley from mob violence in the court-room. court-room. court-room. While he was being brought to and from tbe jail the court had to summon a Urge guard to a&rfst the jailer. A guard was also placed at the co art-room art-room art-room door. With orders orders to permit no man to come Into the court-room court-room court-room with weapons. Hensley waa held to answer, but ow. ing to the great excitement which existed, existed, be refused to give the required bond, which otherwise he could and would have given. The court ordered the jailer to take Honstey to the jaiL Ibe jailer and the guard, all ef whom were heavily armed with Winchesters, started to the jail with Hensley. They were met at the front door of the Court-house Court-house Court-house by a mob, and a fUht ensued, in which Marion Uurd was killed and Joe Backer se- se- rlonsly; if not fatally, wounded. Mora truulik to expected-. expected-. expected-. aba asob was eom posed of Dezarn' friends. Hard waa a brat her ot ex-Jadire ex-Jadire ex-Jadire John S. Hard. i

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 29 Jan 1892, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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