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 - e Bar. White Testifies. Sheriff Bev. White, of...
e Bar. White Testifies. Sheriff Bev. White, of Clay county waa the next witness for tbe defense. He detailed, m response to question of Mr. Owens, the trip with Howard trom Manchester Manchester through London and Winchester Winchester to Frankfort on January 2S and 2ft, He told of the brain being thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five minutes late at Winchester and of Howard Howard getting off the train at Frankfort. He stated that Howard waa smooth-shaven smooth-shaven smooth-shaven at the time. He said that Stub-blefleld Stub-blefleld Stub-blefleld was a man of bad moral character, character, and that his reputation for truth was not good. On cross-exami cross-exami cross-exami nation Mr. Campbell asked White IX Btubblefieid hadn't been granted a certificate aa a man of good enough moral character to teach school by tbe uncle of the witness. White answered answered that be did not know of It. Mr. CampbeU then asked the witness of tbe attack that he made on a Commonwealth Commonwealth witness. Ira Steele, on a brain bound for Frankfort a day or two ago. White replied that he did attack tbe man on the train, and attempted to take a memorandum book from him. That be did so because. In passing down tbe aisle of tbe car. be noticed that the man was writing his name in a book. "Did you not say to Steele. "O d you, oea't you take dowatbe name of my witnesses r asked Campbell. I did not threaten to kin him. answered answered White. "After I learned that my name was not in the book I apologised to him." Mr. Campbell then asked the witness if be did not eign a petition to Gov. Taylor to have Etobblefield appointed a census enumerator in Clay, and If be did not ask legislators to support Stubble Stubble Ae Id In his race for Doorkeeper of tbe House of Representatives. Ths wttness replied that be might have signed a petition, petition, but did not know for certain. see

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 21 Sep 1900, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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