Clipped From The Courier-Journal
"1 sm nineteen years eld. 1 was present whan Jella Loab waa killed. Bhewaaehot ta deal b by my brother. William Overton, row saeaased. aad Jobs SrotL I did not eheet. or ta say way amrtiemata in Ina proo Jaav killing, bat did aad aaM ererythmg I could to proeaat tbatr emrolt(ln the murder. will dlvalse I he whole train aa the mat- mat- tar. Tha piiir, una lood, ana wua, Julia liab, had been en the bead af Mar. tla'e Fork two ae three day peddling mult. The alaht before the hllllrur the f enewa ne S'an at ia avaia m imi Howard, while ana srotaer viun ca etayitts all Btsrbt at the boaee of Btepbea Lee. Joba Beott eatne there about dues, railed my brothar William out of tha bouse and bad a talk wtth him. Doth earn bark tnt the bouea, and wa all thee etayed all Slant at WIHlam Wt "Neat fnnrntng early Joba Brett aad my t rot aar William rallod m eutatda of the tinuae. and Jeha Brott Informed me that Cbarloe Hanelev had eaat blm U my brother brother William a4 myaalf aad wanted aa to Kta blm. near bla boaee, tn a clams of shea and trees, early that nternlng. that re had rartlealar brlea with myself, rather William and John Boott. (Charley Meneler lived abet half a mile front tapbea l a ' easier mat ue at the ptare appotBiei wna a aoaaiiiui aappiy af whutar. After we had hnblbed eoneld-erably, eoneld-erably, eoneld-erably, my brother WUItam hemming In tnaM-alart. tnaM-alart. tnaM-alart. and myeelf aad Joba Brett eoo-al-Walil eoo-al-Walil eoo-al-Walil eoo-al-Walil eoo-al-Walil uwlar the Infliieae of It. Charln llatwlay Informed ue that tb day before tile deiurhlrr had rothd Qua I)eb at some goods at bla I H ana ley's house, that tba peddler and wife, than a half mile distant, distant, at the house of little Jamaa Howard, Howard, wer that moraine goine down Martin's Martin's Pork In his one-bora one-bora one-bora wagon ta Har-1 Har-1 Har-1 a rourthouae, where be wauld ebtatn a ajarraal for hie daughter for robbing him f hla goods, have her arrested aad laat-Inyly laat-Inyly laat-Inyly dlaajraeed. ' . . -Heasley -Heasley appealed to my brother, pay.