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 - NOTHING! IN IT. A Dispatch Fraoa CapC Taosapsee...
NOTHING! IN IT. A Dispatch Fraoa CapC Taosapsee Denying the Reported Battle. Frankfort, Ky., April 1 9. Special The rumored fight in Harlan appears to have been a work, of fiction. Gem. Hill has jnst received a tolegrum from Caps. Thompson at PlnevUle, stating that four men who had just come from Harlan Harlan Court-Hoose Court-Hoose Court-Hoose reported all serene, and that there had beon no fight. It lias been decided by the Governor and Adjutant General not to send any more troops to Harlan. The Captains of the Slielbyville and Bowling Green eom-paniea eom-paniea eom-paniea have volunteered their companies lor service if more troops are needed. General Hill thinks the force already there is large enough to answer the pur-pote pur-pote pur-pote designed, which waa to act as a guard, and serve aa a rallying point for the citizens. The News At Uarredsharg.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 20 Apr 1890, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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