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i V . - . M i i in. .... 1 1 . "" ,iii VOLUME XIV. 'TELL Frajikforl and Legislature. The State College appropriation was cut to $60,000, half of which is to go'to a girl's dormitory, and then passed the Seiuce. Justis Goebel says: "We have arrested and will attempt to arrest only such men as we know we can legally hattg.'' The bill requiring railroad companies to fence their liues'as other property owners are required to do, was passed by the House. 7 1 to 7- The House passed a bill, 90 to to 2. providingjfor the taxation of the capital stock'of banks for State county, city, town and taxing district purposes. Justis Goebel souuds the key- notejof thejwish of every honest "tnun, when he says: "I want no 3uiau to suffer," and I shall ait that no guilty man K mtt a Guiana wmttaKer, who were 'st Frankfort, weic taken J ue country to Louisville, f . rty Attempt at rescue by f mountain soldiers. a!s Senator Deboe wouldjsay, the J.giSlalTireTwill adjourn sine die without day next Tuesdayjand the members will cease drawing their per diem per day. Cynthiana Democrat. The bill, making it unlawful for railroad companies to to transport people'free of chargelto any place, for the purpose of intimidating a public officer, was passed by a vote of 53 tOJ2I. By uuauimaus consent the Senate reconsidered the triplett resolution approprating $100,000 to equip a new Sfatc guard- and to bring back tbe'!muntionsJof war from the.mountain town of Loudon and it passed 19 to 1 . ($v Gov. Beckham has appointeu Cal. David R. Murry assistant adjutant General. As soon as the new State government is thoroughly oiganized Adjt. Gen. Castleman will resign and Col. Murry him. Does this mean Orr and Klair? When a man is sent to thel Legislature from a democratic county and is elected to do vhat democrats want done and throws his influence and vote' with the opposition, what are wclto conclude? Why iu times like these weare'bound to'conclude that he'islbought he hashishandin the L. &N. 'bar'l." We call no names, but calculate that these "pussons" will know their numbers. Frankfort Democrat. The Seuate passed n bill providing for a constitutional amendment to do away with the ballot and return to the viva voce system. The House ought to have passed it. The)'lj secret ballot system, against which the Intciior Journal urged the constitutional', convention, has turned out even worse than',we predicted It has been the paudora.box ol all our woes and we will never .have perfectly fair elec tions till wc get back tq the good old way of voting, ... tifZs f SP ? The man charged with having broken into the Jury Wheel and substituted other names for the ones put in by the regularly appointed and Jduly qualified Jurv Commissioners. 'lduncf are said to have been easily by a large nutnber ot London business men and Laurel county officials as the writing of E. K. Wilson and R. R. Ewell, son of Col, R. I.. Ewell of that town. Mr. Wilson was arrested last Mon day at the Miller hotel by Deputy Sheriffs Tate and Wood and was taken before Judge Williams, who admitted him to bail iu the sum of $1,000. The case, by agreement of attorneys, was set for to-day. Judge Williams immediately upoir issuing the warrant for Ewell tele graphed to the Marshal at London to arrest Ewell. Heheforwprdd. ed the warrant on the "afternoon train and Ewell was brought here Tuesday morning, when he gave bond for his appearance, and his trial was also set for to-day. Wilson is represented by Judge G. W. McClure, J. W. Brown, C. C. Williams and S. D. Lewis; while Judge Colyer will be assisted by Mr. C. R. Brock, a bright young lawyer of London. -i,l" MISS MARY CLOYD. The young lady, of Loudon, whom E. K. Wilson is charged with performing an abortion on, which resulted in her death. He was indicted for murder in Laurel county but secured a change of venue to this county, where he will be tried at the May term of Circuit Court. Great interest exists and the best legal taleut have been employed on both sides, who will-fight the case to-a hot legal finish. .Hi .. . ,. ,.1-. im)i.ry..Mr .r.,...... 1 MT. VERiNO.N". IIUOKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAKCI1 16, 1900. NUMBER 25. MY FRIENDS TO 11 " i) RAVE AND FEARLESS, AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE." E- K- WILSON- First I National I Bank OP STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $1000,000. Surplus, $17,320. DIRECTORS: J. W. Hayden, VV, P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore G. Ried, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W.. A. Tribble, ' M. J. Miller and S, T. Harris! We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring tnem prompt ana ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspond- t m ence, with a view to business relations, invited. ,; J. S. HOCKER, Pres., JiNT0. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. VL" A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier : ,GO TO-- JONAS IVICKENZiE MT- VERNON. KY., For Everything m Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes and Genera) . Merchandise ' BEST GOODS AT COLLYER & OWENS, "' UNDERTAKERS. '. c Willi MWaMMMilHWIIIl W MB "i n lw Caskets, Coffins, Robes, Etc., Kept in Stock. Oruers by Mail, Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled. 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