Clipped From The Courier-Journal
Will B Taken By Gov. Bradley At the Present Time. Frankfort. Ky, July 19.r-tSpecial. 19.r-tSpecial. 19.r-tSpecial. The Legislature will not be called in extra session by Gov. Bradley to deal with the situation In Clay county. The chief executive reached this determination determination to-night to-night to-night after conferring with Circuit Circuit Judge Thomas Z. Morrow, of tbe Pulaski district; State Inspector Lester and others In his confidence, believing that the session would result In nothing that he desired. No other steps ln the matter are likely likely to be taken Just at this time, as Information Information has been received that all of tbe parties to the latest feudal trouble who were not killed or mortally wounded wounded have , been placed under arrest by the county authorities. . .The Governor realises that all tbe troops In the service service could not prevent the Clay mountaineers mountaineers from picking one another off In the remote- remote- rations of the county, or even ln the town of Manchester, and that It Is unnecessary to Send them there except to protect the courts. The session In Ciay does not begin until some time next month, and no orders will likely be Issued to the troops before that time. The Governor expects but little from this session of court, but feels that he has done everything possible possible permitted by the present laws of the State to restore order -in -in Clay. A well-known well-known well-known mountain official, who was called on by the Governor for an opinion as to what was the best measure measure to be resorted to for tbe restoration restoration of order In Clay county, responded that be thought the whole thins; could be settled by Introducing a better grade of whisky Into Manchester to take the place of moonshine liquor, distilleries for which are on almost every farm.