Harlan 3

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Harlan 3 - There was a report here to-day to-day to-day...
There was a report here to-day to-day to-day that Wilson Howard . had - been mortally wounded, but Inter advices are that he escaped unhurt The foregoing list of casualties may be relied on as absolutely . correct, it having been furnished me by a gentli man who left Harlan Court-bonse Court-bonse Court-bonse this morning. The Howard gang were badly demoralized by the attack and its dis- dis- astrons results, and last night . they changed camp to a point about three miles from the Court-house. Court-house. Court-house. - They have been makinar tlw finntf nf TT XT. 11 aw. ard their headquarters E. L Howard la a mnaln f WlUn Kmml IIvm at the mouth of Poor Fork, one mile below tbe town. This fresh outbreak of hostilities is Sue in a large measure to the assassination assassination of John Cawood, October It.. For a long time, this internecine war la Har lan has been eafled the Turner-How Turner-How Turner-How ard -feud. -feud. , It has now eome to be a struggle between -.Wilson -.Wilson Howard and bis followers on one side? and County Judge Lewis, representing the law and order, on the other side. Lewis,' who Is one of the wealthiest men in the county, is a Baptist preacher, who never took a drink or swore an oath in his life. At tbe August election, ia 188S, lie wns chosen Judge of, the - - County

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 24 Oct 1889, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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