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 - sre well educated and with every in stinct of...
sre well educated and with every in stinct of gentlemen. There is a different state of affairs in the county now from a few weeks back. While the militia met, no n stucle then in reaching Harlan Coutt-hoo. Coutt-hoo. Coutt-hoo. so far aa the people were concerned. concerned. It Is now the belief that it would be eatretnely bftiardous for anything test than a small army to try it agan. The road from Plnerine to Harlan Couf t hoai winds up and down and around oho of the most craggy, wild sections of the Cumberland mountain dfctrfcV Fifty determined men. used to the mountain mountain life, concealed in any one of a hundred places along Hie route, could repel all the militia fa Kentucky. A Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal representative who left Harlan Court-house Court-house Court-house a few days 8 go conversed wfth a number of both the Howard and Tamer sympathizers, While there. They make no pretence of hiding the tact that ft is the Howards' .intention .intention to kill County Judge Lewis, and the Ttfrner side will attempt to rid the eoun- eoun- ty of Wils Howard and Will Jennings,' one of his most bloodthirsty lieutenants, by the rifle method. The impression gained was that if both sides succeeded in their attempt there was a possibil ity of peace ; being restored, but not before. Even then the prospect is that there would be another outbreak before many months; .. - V. The newspaper than, acting anaer special assignment? continued his Journey Journey to Harlae Court-house Court-house Court-house and while there was given the statements below over the signatures b! Wflkerson How ard; Jr.. K. I. Howard and facorge B. Turner. Wllkersun Howard is the one referred to as Wicks' in the Courier-journal's Courier-journal's Courier-journal's accounts of the Harfan troub les published since the last outbreak. Wicks' is his most familiar appel lation. Carlo B. Tusicr has heretofore been referred to aa " Bony" and o corse B Turner, Jr.. as Little George." WlLkKRSO!! HOWABD'S ACCO09T.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 27 Oct 1889, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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