Clipped From The Courier-Journal
: --a --a a a - '"'V". In spite of tbe troubles, I am told that there is almoet certain to be built, within the next year, a railroad from this place throuch Haxlan county to Big Stone Gap. It will be an extension of the Louisville and Kashville system-Their system-Their system-Their present line leaves Cumberland river a mile and a half above this place, and proceeds up Yellow Creek to Cumberland Cumberland Gsp. : Middlesbore is on Yellow Creek. By following the vallev of the Cumberland, the company will get a more direct route to Big Stone Gap.- Gap.- The timber and minerals in Har lan are said to be finer and rlclier' than any other county of the great mineral ;belt When the whistle of the locomotive awakes the echoes la the ravines of Clear Fork, Poor Fork and Martin's Fork, the famous Howard-Turner Howard-Turner Howard-Turner feud will soon drop out of sight and will exist exist no more, except in tradition. - It is only a matter of a few years since Bell countv wss cureed with feuds, and one long, narrow street in the old town of ilnevuie ran. red witn tne niooa oi men and women, alike -victims -victims to violence. But conditions have changed, and to-day to-day to-day the county, although holding many desperate men, has no organized gangs of cut-throats cut-throats cut-throats ; while the new town of HneviUe is blossoming like the reee. Kew buildings are springing np . and nrnatwrir.v ahfiunda. A. cold, cheerless rain has been falling falling in the mountains almost continuously since Friday morning. This has no doubt dampened tbe ardor, as well as the gunpowder oi toe uari&n warriors. Wils Howard Routed. '