|Publisher:||The LaFayette Sun|
|Place of publication:||LaFayette, AL|
|Date of publication:||Feb 20, 1884 12:00 am|
|Source URL:||View Source|
– The Eutaw Whig says: “We are told that the $100 reward, made up by citizens and offered for the capture of Scip Holley, who murdered Mr. Sealey, was secured by Mr. Parker Patton, of Knoxville, in this county, who retained the amount only 90 long as he could ride to the residence of Mrs. Sealey, the wife of the murdered man to whom he presented it. Magnanimous and com mendable conduct.