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Gordon, Gordon, aged twenty-three, twenty-three, twenty-three, a young farmer of this county, was drowned while attempting attempting to ford Stony creek. The creek had been swollen by recent rains. His body was recovered several hours afterward. afterward. The Kentucky river, at this point has risen SI feet t Inches within the last twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four hours. The cold snap of this morning, it is thought will prevent further rise. Several small bridges In the county have been washed away by swollen creeks. A FSXCZ SAVED THEM. Narrow Escape From Drowning of Six Persons Near Carrollton. Carrollton. Ky, March S. Special. J Six people were saved from drowning by a wire fence to-day. to-day. to-day. As the 'bus that carries the mall between Worth-ville Worth-ville Worth-ville and Carrollton was returning It had on board six passengers, and cm account of tbe rapid rise in the Kentucky Kentucky river the water was about three feet deep on . bridge across a small stream. The 1 bus . had crossed tne bridge and was out on the fill, when one of the horses took fright and ran over the bank, turning 1 over the vehicle, vehicle, which was caught by a wlr fence and held until th passengers got out and swam ashore. If tbe 'bus had gone over It would have been In fifteen feet of water, and drowning would have been inevitable. The passengers are our most prominent people, J. S. P ro wing kl. Captain of tbe Gen. O. M. roe. the United States snagboat and his wife; Mrs. Dr. L. E. Goslee. of Lakeland asylum, and her son. Chester Smith, of Covington, a Deputy Collector of Internal Internal Revenue, and an engineer for the M. I. Barker tobacco factory and tne driver. Theodore Waymiller. A , Parmer Drowned. Richmond. Ky, March C Special. While returning from this city, William Abshire, a well-known well-known well-known farmer, was drowned In Taylor's fork, which was swollen out of Its banks. He attempted to cross. His body was washed ashore a great distance below tbe ford. Girl Drowned In Trimble County. Carrollton. Ky.. March , Special. A fourteen-year-old fourteen-year-old fourteen-year-old fourteen-year-old fourteen-year-old daughter of J. Gaus Sanders, of Trimble county, was drown ed. while crossing Little Kentucky river yesterday, by being thrown from her horse. Her little sister riding behind got out sale. SALOON MEN DEMUR. Two Indictments Against Them At Lexington The Cass) of Mrs. Hitchena. Lexington, Ky, March 8. Special The criminal part of th Fayette Circuit Circuit Court convened to-day. to-day. to-day. The saloon men Indicted by th last regular grand Jury to-day to-day to-day filed a demurrer to the in dictment and arguments win be heard Thursday on the same. The saloon men have concluded to submit for trial one case, and if a verdict unfavorable to them Is brought In they will appeal to the higher- higher- court MaJ. J. B. Slmrall and Chief of Police W, J. Jesse were also Indicted for permitting the saloons to remain open on Sunday in violation of the Sunday closing ordinance of the City CounciL The trial of Mrs. Hitchens, of Glens Falls, N. Y, on the charge Of robbing Frank L. Herdic of $1,500 in the Clarendon Clarendon Hotel her during the trotting races will not come up before next week. Mr. Herdic Is here, but Mrs. Hitchens. it is said, will not appear until the court is ready to enter upon the trial. Herdic has employed W. S. Bronston to assist in the prosecution of Mrs. Hitchens. and the accused has secured the services of the Hon. E. P. Farrell. and. it is understood, will also bring with her an attorney York bar. from the New Formed a Jackpot. Frankfort Ky, March 6. SpeclaL Incorporation articles have been filed In the office ot the Secretary of State by the Jackpot Powell County Telephone Telephone Company. The corporation is one of the smallest ever organised here, having only $70 capital stock, which Is held by seven persona It is the intention intention or the incorporators to build a telephone line from Clay City to Stanton, Stanton, in Powell county. A Pair of Bankrupts. Frankfort. Ky, March Special J J. M. Farmer, of Fayette county, filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in the Clerk amount assets. A Kooert county. But of ure for held a the Judiciary. meeting place, be ent as lican on discussion. reached, ken Will lican on the Republican financial next the Aldrich. cause matter. Joseph workmen the Company's rode to hundred terial neartng ageable tbe stack. off. but Plunged dropped tth its into a -shapeless (ire in For smith's

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