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 - aiterwura tney came to (own nail with a picked...
aiterwura tney came to (own nail with a picked guard of armed relanves and friends, went through the larce of tn examining trial. . He Wis allowed all through tlie intimidation bf the witnesses and court, by the presence of the armed men in the eourt-rooia eourt-rooia eourt-rooia Snd within call. These were mainly violat ing of the law and had oendina imuiisb them Indictments in .the Circuit Court. They Were all in the employ of the Howards or bclongea to tue lamiiy. Wilson Hownrdj who is not related .to Wilkerson was not then grownr , He lived nine miles lielow the town." " tin henrin bf the Other Howard's farmed band and what brought them to gether, he immediately joineU- joineU- Minn as Wiikerson Howard's camp, fully equipped for war. This was the advent ot Wil son Howard in what IS bow known-as known-as known-as tat Howard-Turner Howard-Turner Howard-Turner feud. Alter that time, being more desperate and blood-thirsty blood-thirsty blood-thirsty than the others, he took tins lena ana appeared to we tue ruling ainrin. Arior to tins the Turners and the iiowi ards, bf ail branch, had been ott the most intimate texraat . Wiiktrson Howard Howard was indicted for the murder of K. J&i. L. Turner, but was allowed bail. After postponing the trial from time to time fcr several years, he was finally tried, lue proor stowed mat ne ud killed Bob without any cause whatever, vet the jury rendered a Verdict of not guilty! i he numerous and combined clans of Howar-ls Howar-ls Howar-ls bad much, to do with this verdict. Besides, there waa an alliance alliance of alt the criminals in the county and their friends. ftrabikd th Uiw. "Not single under indiotxnent

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 27 Oct 1889, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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