Farmers formed a rebellion called "Whiskey Rebellion." Whiskey Rebellion went from village to village terrorizing citizens
On July 15, they approached the home of William Miller, who refused to accept his summons. An argument ensued, and when Lenox and Neville rode off, they were face-to-face with an angry mob, armed with pitchforks and muskets
When the mob refused to move, Neville grabbed a gun and shot at the crowd, striking and killing Oliver Miller. In retaliation, the mob shot back at the house. Neville made it inside the house and sounded a signal horn, after which he heard the sound of his slaves attacking the crowd with firearms.
The colonel militia arrested any suspected rebels in western Pennsylvanian.