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jTROOPS -.'.-' -.'.-' -.'.-' -.'.-' aBBBsaawjaBSBwaBBBWawararsHraawaHw- Ordered Ready For Service In Clay County. THREE HUNDRED TO GO. '-.Rnmor '-.Rnmor That the Cfor-: Cfor-: Cfor-: ernor 3Iay Go With Them. THERmMUST EE i ORDER. obtjzbs azczrvxD nr ixxrsio- ixxrsio- T0JST 1AST NIGHT TO BS t kttaDY THIS HOSSIKO. V OFFICIALS AGAIN SECRETIVE. Lexington. Kyv July Tu Special. Great excitement was caused at ths Chautauqua grounds at S o'clock to-nighty to-nighty to-nighty when Stats Guard Company L Capt Bryan. ; was called together by the shrill assembly. Ths notes of the bugle, followed by the running; of the soldiers, nearly created a panto. This was the first notification that troops had been called out to go tfala to Clay county to protect the special term of Clroult Court.. - The order was not an absolute can. but "read: "Have your men ready for quick emergency call. This order warn carried out. and nothing" further can be. done until additional orders are- are- Issued. Issued. . ."

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 02 Jul 1899, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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