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tCorrsspsagsaes a. ttoCwarlar-Joornal ttoCwarlar-Joornal ttoCwarlar-Joornal ' Piaeville, Oct. Si. The 'people who have invested their capital in. the land about Piaeville end Middlea-boTO,- Middlea-boTO,- Middlea-boTO,- Middlea-boTO,- and are connected with the en terprises now in progress for tbe development development of this rich mineral region, seri ously and particularly regret , lite renewal renewal of the bloody strife between, tbe Turners and the Howards in Harlan county. These capitalists have come here from Louisville and other cities, and they are constantly holding out in ducements for other men ot wealth to Join them. Their dreams of marvellous riches to be easily acquired have been rudely disturbed by the crack of the deadly revolver in Harlan. In most In stances, their regrets are not that men have been murdered and law and society outraged, dot at alL . They are sorry only of the effect all this lawlessness, will have pa the Investment of money. the opening of coal mines and the build ing of iron furnaces in the valley of the Upper Cumberland. Capital, they know. is timid, and it will be slow to come to a community where crime Is rampant and law is a dead letter. - Te the average stranger these gentle '

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 30 Oct 1889, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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