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 - nesr a can ie lenrned. ll:rlan Court-house...
nesr a can ie lenrned. ll:rlan Court-house Court-house Court-house is' sitnated in Tlie l.I:iek mountains. nUmt, tinny miles e-"t e-"t e-"t of PineviiJe. tint nearest railroad and telesraj.ii kiatiuu. It n reached only by a ninslu rocky and eruoked rd. A man on a oxt home can make ihe trip irum i'ineville to Ilsrlan in eicht hour, though it is generally much louser. Up Poor Fork, where the raid occurred, the country is very rtisgwl. and. though ihe Krene of the raid i only seventeen mile farther up the stream, it. tiikcs several hours to get word at Hnrlan. , . llatlan. Mr. Wnrd state. a town of Hevernl hundred people, wuh twelve stores. W hen he left there ahont a month av everything had resumed its uatural state, court not beng in cs. t-ion t-ion t-ion aud no nnuxtial excitement. 'Ho thinks the reports have lw magnified, magnified, though he wonll not I surprl-ied surprl-ied surprl-ied ! f V rpl irit , nnA, huuq.l.t.lumi nsa. Eit did taUe place beuvewn tbe monnt-slneers monnt-slneers monnt-slneers and tlm authorities.

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

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