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 - Ibe particulars as well ss ran be learned at...
Ibe particulars as well ss ran be learned at this hour are as follows: Yesterday Yesterday afternoon Capt. Gaither, who is tbe commanding officer, was informed that ft body of lawless men, some of whom had been indicted for various offenses, Vcre fortified against the law at the above-mentioned above-mentioned above-mentioned locality and had refused to surrender to tbe civil authorities. He waa asked for 'ft detail of his men to go ont with some of the civil officers for the purpose of arresting them, and be at once sent sixteen privates in charge of Lieut. MUton. Scrgt. Pulliam amb Corporal Blanton. They left camp about 5:30 yesterday afternoon, expecting to find the men they were in pursuit in a private bouse, about GOO yards beyond the barn trum which they were bred upon. Tbe nltack was not looked for at that point, and came so. unexpectedly that it demoralized the soldiers for a moment or two, but they soon rallied, surrounded the barn and began firing Into it front every, direction, when it

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

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