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 - I j j J TAYLOR GOES HOME. Only Ninety-seven...
I j j J TAYLOR GOES HOME. Only Ninety-seven Ninety-seven Ninety-seven Soldiers Now Guarding the Executive Building Doable Guard at Mansion. Frankfort. Ky.. March 10. Special. Taylor, accompanied by a squad of soldiers, soldiers, left the Executive building to-nhrht to-nhrht to-nhrht after the escape of the men he had been protecting from the civil authorities authorities and went to the Executive Mansion. A double guard has been placed around the house and two sentries sentries are stationed at the front entrance. A special train from Lexington, supposed supposed to have been sent to take the soldiers soldiers remaining here to Lexington, reached here shortly after midnight. It did not stop, but steamed on toward Louisville. A military officer here tonight tonight says that before the departure of the squad escorting the fugitives there were but ninety-seven ninety-seven ninety-seven private soldiers htre. Beckham Personally Gave Orders. Gov. Beckham has been unable to. night to communicate with Adjt. Gm. Castleman by telephone and has Issued orders direct to ("apt. Longmire. of the r.exington company. Before midnight wjTMl LonBmlre to kep a Kuar(1 at h , of . - . , Jer" and not to P"" anything to be removed from it.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 11 Mar 1900, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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