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 - MOM THE SEAT 0F WAR. All the Information to Be...
MOM THE SEAT 0F WAR. All the Information to Be Had Direct From IJarlaa. Harlan Court-bouse, Court-bouse, Court-bouse, April 16. (Special (Special by Courier and Wire.) A deadly light occurred this morning morning . at 1 :20 o'clock, seventeen miles I st of here, np ia the Black Mountains, between ft detail of the State troops, consisting of sixteen privates, Lieut. Milton snd Serg't Pulhan, and about thirty outlaws, who were fortified in an old barn. Five of the soldiers were wounded. It ia not kiitwn how many of the outlaws were killed, as they still have possession of tlie barn. Corporal Blanton was sent in after re-en re-en re-en forcemeats and knows but little as he left immediately immediately after the firing began. The troops have the born surrounded, and it will be impossible for those oa t!io inside to make their escape, and the only two roads which lesd from the place of action, are cut off by pickets, who are instructed to allow no one to pass toward town, as it was thought best' to keep the news of the conflict from the people about here until after the re-enforcements re-enforcements re-enforcements had readied the place. - Ibe particulars as well ss ran be

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

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