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 - Galther and twenty-three twenty-three...
Galther and twenty-three twenty-three twenty-three or the Buckner Buckner Klfiea left, full of life, eager to be 08 on their hazardous march through mad sad xain, ever thirty -six -six miles of the worst mountain road in Christendom. Christendom. - Tonr eortrspondent went over tbe road with the soldiers last September; September; and be can truthfully say nature affords no better field on the globe for outlaws to- to- successfully carry on their work than tbe road from Pineville to Harlan Court-house, Court-house, Court-house, there being at least a hundred places along the road where ft half-dosen half-dosen half-dosen men armed as tbe onUaw are could successfully evade and kill ft whole regiment of men. and not lose a single- single- one. Tbe names of those 'who were from IMreare: Cspt. E. 1L Gaither, Sergeant J. C. Allin, Leon Bonta, S. G. Pulliam, and Commissary Sergeant John G-Pulliam, G-Pulliam, G-Pulliam, Corporals Add Gibbs, Alvln Patterson. T. U. Sanders, and Privates C A. Alexander, Lee Bennett; Can O'Connor, Clayton Board. John T. Bekl, Charles Gilder, Dsn I Curry, Davis Patterson, J. Harry Patterson, Claude Comma n. Bob Anderson, James' Tadloek, George Hoffman, Hoffman, Botert McKee, and two others, whose names can not be learned st this time,'-and time,'-and time,'-and two negro cooks. Four mem-ben mem-ben mem-ben of tbe Lancaster McCreary Guards Joined' the company at Stanford on tho road up. There were twenty-two twenty-two twenty-two from the Sharp Guards, Lexington. Nothing poUttve has been learned here of the difficulty, but it is supposed the detail of sixteen men was escorting Jennings Jennings and Hall to Pineville to await the coming of other Troops, who would follow follow a day or so later. Of the five wounded the only names learned here at this time are Slade, of tbe Lexington Company, ami one of the Pulliaraa. of the Barkucr Itiiles. Slado is the first Corporal of his company. About ft dozen of our citizens leave to-night to-night to-night Tor PinevilM to give the troops any aid they can. J. G. Pulliniu was former editor of the Suyings and Doings, of tii is city. -

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 19 Apr 1890, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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