Clipped From The Courier-Journal
HEWS MID COHCIEHT. TEX 'WXATHIE. Tfts andVanens tor to-dar to-dar to-dar te Kentucky Mi. wb weaOssr. Tsrbte" ids. 8eaa detail of en nstuneat be. tweea eatiawa Hi ft portion et the Stato Gonrd bow in Eulu county ara grvea this morning. The battle is alleged to hwre o xred at Eaek Mountain ftsvn- ftsvn- teen miles from Harlan Court-house. Court-house. Court-house. The outlaws under the leadership Pro-eumably Pro-eumably Pro-eumably of Wils Howard." were ambushed ia an eld barn, aod the soldier bad been detailed to arrest a number of then who bad beea indicted by the grand Jury." When the militia approached the buEding in which the desperadoes were bidden, they "were met with a volley rVora Winchesters, and six of the attacking attacking sqnad were wounded. The t building was at once surrounded, and a ' siege begun. Lieut. Milton, is charge. sent back for ammunition and re-en- re-en- re-en- re-en- foremen U. Sews from Harlan, Courthouse Courthouse eomes through Pineville. to which place it is carried over the mountain footpaths by messengers. The soldiers were sent to Harlan from Harrodsburg. Lexington snd Frankfort, to assist ia preserving order daring tho term of eonrt just ended.