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 - ARRAHGIHG For Special Term of Court In Clay...
ARRAHGIHG For Special Term of Court In Clay County. JUDGE BROWN IN FRANKFORT ASD XAT BS APPOINTED TO TBT THE CASES." " : - SECRECY IS MAINTAINED. Governor Said To Bat Offered Ho ward Tor Arrtst of Tom Ba- Ba- . ker's Sl7r.:v i C' KB8. BASES SERIOUSLY ZX.L. , Frankfort. Ky.. Juno 2Q-Specl&I. 2Q-Specl&I. 2Q-Specl&I. Gov. Bradley spent a busy day In ar ranging detail matters la regard to the ' specjal term to try the member ot the Baker faction under Indictment In Clay county foe murder. Judge Eversole tated a hi reason for vacating the bench that he wai related to the mem ber of one of the factions. Ills action seem to have set at rent further proba bility of an extra session of the Legis lature. Judge Brown, of London. -Lau -Lau rel County, spent; the day in close con ference with Gov. Bradley, and he 1 being tipped a the special Judge. Judge Brown. It will be remembered, was appointed appointed as Circuit Judge to succeed the tat Judge Clarke, and Is thoroughly familiar with the mountain faction and acquainted with the member of the feudal parties. Gov. Bradley la said to have offered a reward for the arrest and conviction of the unknown slayer of Tom Baker. The , reward was not mad public at the executive office. The details for the trial ar said to have been completed, but Gov. Bradley la maintaining secrecy about the mat ters In order that the members of the faction may not know what step ar to be taken by the authorities.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 21 Jun 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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