Clipped From The Courier-Journal
Tlie trial of George Holsapple, Otto rrn-tt, rrn-tt, rrn-tt, Edward M. Fowling-, Fowling-, Fowling-, Jaiuee aa 1 Liijsh Daltun . fur Wbiterapping tw who of Fjjjah Daltipa is still In progress ut Sak-m. Sak-m. Sak-m. Ind. Mr. Ahraai Colslazier was in the city from Salem yesterday and stated that more than a score ef witnesses had been examined whose evl. denee was in c-rolwimHon c-rolwimHon c-rolwimHon nt tlat cf John Feyton, Width has (HYetOfor been rnnt.d in the tourk r-Journal. r-Journal. r-Journal. Mrs. I hit ton. wlto is still suffering from necv-ousrjess. necv-ousrjess. necv-ousrjess. aa placed on the stand and "he Mited -the -the story of the terrible 1 a ult. Cteort Hokjetmle wh idetitifierl 1' lif-r lif-r lif-r u& the man who had duns the whipping. In tlie person of Jainee iMU ton snu rcotniye(l tlie Whu who held Iher anmtid a tree while llelsaODto at-nlie-I at-nlie-I at-nlie-I at-nlie-I at-nlie-I ,1... 1.. a. . ,., ,. , 1 . jul- jul- iju-tt. iju-tt. iju-tt. iuuu ui jeers ana eursra 01 nut nusbanu and the other mew named.