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GATLING Gun's Grim Threat Scat- Scat- 'tered a Crowd !r OF H O WARD FOLLOWERS. LOOSED LUCE ATTEMPT TO EXLZt vJTM AKD WILET BAEXB ij ON WAY TO BARBOURVILLE. .i- .i- Still Bo Clew To Murderer of Tom Baker and Howards Hold Manchester. .. ;i OMTJUTOTJS QTJXET ECT THE TOWH. Bar bourvllle, Ky., June 12. CSpecial The State troops arrived here this morning from Manchester at 11 o'clock. Accompanying them was Deputy She rift Stubblefleld. having in custody Jim and Wiley Baker. Indicted for murder In Clay, county and snt to Knox county for trial. The start was made at 1:30 ociock sunaar axierroua. in ittvbsu- ittvbsu- ers were marched from the courthouse and . placed ' between a double file of soldiers. Windows and doors were watched closely to avoid a repetition of Saturday'a tragedy. No hostile dem onstration was made, however, and there was- was- no trouble of any kind until a point four miles from Manchester was reached- reached- The road turned at a right angle here, and on the right was a thickly wooded hill, an excellent place for an ambuscade. One of White's fac tion, who was accompanying the expe dition, endeavored to pass in front of the line, ostensibly to see one Tf hi mnrni. This waa contrary to orders. and White was baited. He became very angry, and threatened to unload the wagons. This section was a nest of White and Howards, and twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five men bad collected there. The situation looked very ugly and tbe Gatllng gun was nnlh-nbcred.. nnlh-nbcred.. nnlh-nbcred.. Tbe effect was Instan taneous,' and the crowd rushed up the mil in terror. Camp for the night was made fourteen miles from Manchester In a field. j The Journey waa resumed this morn ing at t;l6 o'clock.. After a hard, tiresome tiresome march through mud and rain, the troops reached BarbourvlUe at 11 o'clock. and to-night to-night to-night at 11:35 o'clock, after an eventful day, the train was taken for Lexington. ' '--'i '--'i '--'i '--'i '