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 - if " The news of the fight in which it was said...
if " The news of the fight in which it was said six men were killed and eleven others were wounded, was taken to PineviUe and Middlesborough Jy a reliable reliable party, interrupted the reporter. " That is true," responded tbe Captain; Captain; " the intelligence came direct, but it was nothing more than heresay. A railroad conductor brought tbe information. information. He knew nothing aliout.it except except as he had been told. The correspondents correspondents are not to blame- blame- for sending out the report, because it was generally credited. However, I know that it could not be tare, and my advices from Harlan Court-house Court-house Court-house assure me that Hall is the only man who was killed or injured " My further information is,' the Captain Captain continued, tliat there is now absolute absolute peace and auiet in llarlnn eoontv. Wiis Howard has left there, and his forces are scattered. Judge Lewis has disbanded his posse, with the exception of a small force perhaps a half dozen men which is still at the Court-house. Court-house. Court-house. Business is proceeding Just as it did be fore tbe late interruption. n course 1 know nothing, and do not eare to speak of the causes which led to the difficulties. I live in an adjoining county, and have many friends in Harlan. I have taken sufficient interest in the trouble to keep myself posted as to sll developments, and I authorise you to say that there is now no organized body or men nerving the law in that county. J he good cm- cm- sens are thankiul for a cessation 01 Hos tilities, and tliat sentiment finds general sympathy outside the county, especially among those who have interest there or sre interested in law and order." The reporter learned incidentally that

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 04 Nov 1889, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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