Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis News, May 10, 1882

Mrs. Ellen V.* Walton, charged with being a party to the murder of her husband, came into court, at Greenaburg, yesterday morning, dressed in deep mourning, which oaoaed considerable comment, as the has heretofore, until the death of Garrett, dressed rather gaudily,' On account of the inability of the officers to find St Clair Bryant, a continuance warn granted Until September 6. Whether the negro, Frasier, will be put on trial or held, awaiting the trial of lfrs.Walton, is not definitely stated, bnt it is fair to presume that he will not be tried until the Walton case is disposed of.