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 - Many left with the boys, among them being the...
Many left with the boys, among them being the ficxuy of Ilcv. V. p. Armour, who, for three weeks, has carried con stantly a - Winchester rifle: John S. Eaily and family : Jerome Skidmore and family: Wright Kelley and family: Ed ward Gfl mftt and family; Noble Smith and family, 'aud Walker Grubbs and his family of ten. Sheriff Jim Howard, who did effective 'service on ' the side ot law and . order . during the term of court, was also with--the with--the with--the with--the soldiers, and he stated to me that he could never go back to Harlan Court. honse, as he woo Id be killed as soon as be, showed himself there. . lie sad, Be Intended to go to wv. jMicluiur, and stst the ease as it was; but that he could pot go back. .. 4 Everything is in a very desperate State, and writ as trouble is looked for at, any cioon'ut. Capt.' Gaither ssys he kept order during his stay, but that the place is a regular powder magazine. and ready to blow up at a second's notice. notice. It is the general belief that the notorious young Wils. Howard, is around Harlan Court-house, Court-house, Court-house, and the opinion of tbe officers is that he and the Turn ers will have a bloody combat as soon as the soldiers are well out of town. The best people ot Harlan proper have left the place, and all say that they intend intend to let the fighters now have an open field until they are all killed or subdued by the Government. Those who have been law-abiding, law-abiding, law-abiding, say they are public targets for the men on both sides, and that they would take their lives iu their own hands by staying longer within the limits of Harlan county. ' Hie soldiers are spending the night

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

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