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 - Pinevillr. Kr" AorO 20. Special) I am iu-t iu-t...
Pinevillr. Kr" AorO 20. Special) I am iu-t iu-t iu-t back from Harlan Courthouse, Courthouse, and, as stated in yesterday's dis patches, there is absolutely nothing in the report ttiat the soldier boys had been fired upon and five of their number shot. J ust sa I Beared Harlan, about 5 o'clock this morning, I met the entire detail on the way home, and Capt. Gaither was very much exasperated at the report which he knew had so alarmed the Ixicnds and relations ot the boys. He stated very emphatically that there was not even a sick man in the detail. and had not been since leaving Pine- Pine- ville. He said that the boys had gone on hunt up the Black Mountain for Wils Howard, but that there bad been no . trouble whatever. The soldiers have ' with them Will Jennings, recently recently acquitted of - oae murder and grants! a change of venue to Slay 36, in Laurel county. on another; , Heaekiah Hail, 'murder. twenty-one twenty-one twenty-one years. When tbo . soldiers left Harlan Court-house Court-house Court-house there was general wailing on tlie part of the wo men, and many of them begged the Captain to take theei out of tbe coun try. There was much apprehension on ths part of everyone that bloody times were to follow, and fuLy twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five families betian at once packing up their houMshtki goods preparatory to leaving. Many left with the boys, among them

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 21 Apr 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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