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.EYEE.Y WEEK BY
&OUIS Z.AXIJRA IT, Publisher.
iOlfKYW. 1ST 1DTA.NCK.
FRIDAY, October, 28 1898.
Wiikx one's mother d.cs he loses tin
bost, truest and most devoted friend
it is possible to have upon thJs earth.
Of cjurc there are others bound by
the strongest tics, but '-Mother'" af
fection 1olds fast w hen all others wa
ver. Nothing1 is more heart-rend np
than the sipht of the remains of those
we love being1 loirerc-1 into an open
grave, but this sad scene is greath
modified when we Know the decasei
has come as near living up to the com
mands of God as it is poss b'e sor hu
man beings to do. It is perfectly nat
ural for every man to think his moth
er the bst person on earth, (pity tin
one who does not think so) Being- a
devout christian, our mother striven
hard to train us up in the wav which
we slu.uld go, ami ntver did we hav
c.mse to reirret our actons, when fo
lowing- her advice and teaching. J
we have anv good points at all wc owe
them to the careful and prayerfui
work of Mother. For all our bhort
comings aii'J faults, we alone are re.-
pons.iuie, ana sue is not. U ly a .
hoars before her death, she called
to her loti-s;do and admonished us tt
put our trust always in uoit, and v.e
need ha v.- no fear whatever o the fin
al oi.teome. All of th'.s good advice
givin bv a mother comes back to a
m -ii when he set's her lying co'.d in
death, and v speak of there things
so tint thoe 'et i ndir a mother's
car J may tateh ed if what she says
anlfwaiic in tl.e piths she in.l:cite-
It t jfrsti y;n to see the large num
Leroi wen who have Kicked out from
BSflhrr the party lash .m.i announce
tB't they vi n in rai -r votv for the
baft m: nuniiiirtfd 'Lh- dKgu.stinir
prauizci! of votwig or a j-eilow dor
sixnptr iciiu" he N "on my ticket" i
rt-llv Li5ijf jy. Ofet.u si thr
nr men m tto'i. nuriie n a; -r.i. !u.i
to th old prejja.ee. an: fcnvt- a li
trcd f-.c anyone ivh.i dares to d nV
nlag out VYfcea eieu . . r
haed nan tliuM tckc i. . '.!
tts i!f am- s.c ni.-! U,s t. :.,Ue..: ,. ,-.
cmh -xiv t -eir ai.i jsy to .oo aft-r t.ie
pubHj Hir.ur.i:;d cast ir.s vote ior the
one he f iev s will piv.- the h-. i ai
tMlto:i tu t!ie olliee. " m nr numb
s.culta have bei tU-C'-'.i -iiip.y ik
cause they were democrats or republi
cans. It you will stop to think of it.
ninety-nine out of every hundred o
the "strictly party men" i.re b'owing
around for the simple reason that the.
have an axe to grind. They are wha.
may be truthfully called "Partisans
lor Revenue Only."' Such people give
us a pain in the abdomen. If there
were fewer elections say one in five
years these people would soon starve
r UK desire to get something for
nothing, has. grown to disgustingly
large proportions among people
lite years. The lutot and silliest
"break" is made by a company of sol
diers who were mustered into service
at Newport, Ivy-., in 1850, and, by some
oversight, were never mastered out
Those left of this company met at
xsewport, Sunday, and decided to
make a fiht to compel the state to
pay them for all the time since muster
ed in, claiming that as they were not
mustered out the pay should necessa
rily go on. We do not suppose one of
the men would dare make oath that
his "services" have been worth a pen
ny to the Commonwealth. As unrea
so l hs as this move may appjar, it is
about on a par with many other tj'pes
of rascality practiced every day by
people too infernally lazy to do honest
work, and who expect to get seme
thing for nothing.
The London Speaker commenting
on the slight foundation for the Span
ish claim that Spain should be reliev
ed of Tha Cuban debt, says: "If invest
ors felt that international loans incur
red against the will of the people
would not attach to the country in the
event of a change of government there
would be less of that monetary sup
port of mis-government which has dis
graced the high finance of the Nine
teenth century." The Speaker de
clares that Spain has for many years
charge 1 up an enormous debt to Cuba
in the hopa of saddling it on the Uni
ted States when the inevitable loss of
the is'.and should come about.
Tiih Peace Commissioners are hav
ing a picn!c. They are wined and
dined, work about two hours a day
and receive outrageously large pay
from Uncle Sam. U-his gang may suc
ceed in do'ng gocd for our country,but
.we greatly fear it will wind up as a
complete far.:'-. 1 he Spaniards were
whipped and we see no need in asking
the Dons.' advice as to what the United
States will do with territory justly
Mb. JL Lek Davis has leased the
Richmond Register and will, together
with Mr. H. R. Pickles, continue the
publication. Mr. Davis will have
charge of the news and editorial de
partment which insures a mighty good
paper. The Rr.coitD wishes its old
friend and neighbor unbounded suc
cess. ADVERTISED LETTERS
Litters remaining in Post-Office
week ending Oct 24th, 1S9S.
Miss Nannie Raley, Mr. Frank Hcff
aan. VY.en called foi say "Advertised.
Wm. T. West, P. M.
MARRIED FIVE TIMES.
The MatrlmouJal Experience of Mrs. Mary
Horn, of Kentucky, Who i Hut
Twenty-Two Years of A"C
Louisville, ICy., Oct 21. Though
only 22 jars of age, Mrs. Alary Horn,
who lives near rrostonburpr, Ky., has
the most remarkable marriage record
of anv woman in eastern Kentucky.
Within fcur years she has had five
husbands. Her maiden name was
Jones, and at the age of 18 she had her
initial matrimonial venture. Her first
husband did not live long. Shortly
after his death she was again led to the
altar. Her second marriage proved an
unhappy one, and she soon obtained a
divorce. Within a year she succumbed
to the importunities of a former suitor
who became her third husband. As in
the case of her first, he did not long
survive the union. A. little more than
a year ago she was married a fourth
time to a neighboring farmer, but
they soon parted by mutual consent.
Her fifth marriage was solemnized last
May. The match is so far a happy one.
MUST CHANGE CONTRACT.
The Martin Chair Company Required to
Guarantee Thirty-Fie Cents Per
lay for Each Convict.
FnANKFOKT, Ky., Oct 24. From a
reliable source it is learned here Sat
urday that the state prison commis
sioners have served notice on the Mar
tin Chair Co., of Cincinnati, contract
ors for the output of the prison chair
plant here, that it must before Novem
ber 1 make, some important changes in
its present contract, or that it will be
canceled and the convict labor leased
to so some one else. The change re-
quired, so it is said, is for the Martin
Co. to guarantee 35 cents per day lor
each convict employed instead of un
der the present system.
The state board meets here on No
vember 2, and final action in the mat
ter will then be taken.
THE R., N., I. & B. ROAD.
Petition Filed by the Licnlio'cler to Set
Aside the Kent Salo Made for S172,
000 to a. London Syndicate.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 25. A petition
was filed in the United States court
Monday morning by the lien holders
of the Richmond, Nieholsville, Irving
and Rcattyville Railroad Co., praying
that the court set aside the recent sale
of the road made October C, for $172,
000 to a London syndicate.
The plaintiffs are G. C. M. and G. A.
Shanahan and E. T. PoweH, who hold
mechanics liens for 8180,000 out of a
total issue of such liens of $100,000.
In the petition plaintiff say that they
consider the property worth fully 8:500,
000 and that they pray the court to set
the sale aside.
WILD BILL TURNER.
The Most Noted Character in the Moun
tains Shot and Killed by "Will Coouibi
lie is the Last of the Family.
Minm.ESiiono, Ky., Oct. 25. "Wild
Bill" Turner, the most noted character
in the mountains, was shot and killed
by Will Coombs Sunday night. Turner
ran a moonshine saloon on the stale
line between Kentucky and Tennessee,
and had made a fortiine. lie had
killed several men and was a holy ter
ror to his enemies. In town lie dressed
well, was handsome, courteous and po
lite. He is the sixth brother killed
and is the last of the family. He was
in the Turner-l'artin feud.
Capt. Carter, Chief of the Secret Servloe
Ilureau for Kentucky, Indiana and Ten
nessee, Found Dead in Tied.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 25. Capt.
Thos. 1J. Carter, chief of the secret serv
ice bureau of Kentucky, Indiana and
Tennessee, was found dead in bed in
his room in Selbach's hotel Monday
morning. Coroner McCullough rendered
a verdict of heart disease. Capt. Car
ter was appointed several months ago
to the vacancy caused by the death of
Capt Michael Raucr, and was one
of the best known secret service men
in the country. Capt. Carter intended
joining his son in Indianapolis Mon
day, and when called to take the train
was found dead in bed. The coroner's
verdict was that he died of heart dis
ease about midnight and without pain.
Jail Delivery Frustrated.
Owexsiioko, Ky., Oct. 25. The vigil
ance of Jailer John Ashby frustrated a
wholesale jail dcliverj' here. lie found
13 men busily engaged in trying to
force open the doors with heavy boards
obtained from benches.
Caught in the Act of Rubbery.
Mayfield, Ky., Oct. 25. Rurch Holl
yer and Lethe Mitchell, two boys of
this place,, were captured by the police
in the clothing store of Pittman & El
liott, which .they had entered through
a back window. The officers were on
the watch foij them, having been in
formed of the contemplated robbery.
The boys were placed in jail to await
trial at the next term of the circuit
court They are both hardened crimi
nals and have often been in trouble be
Krant Will Get It.
Louisville, Ky., Oct 21. County
Clerk William 1. Johnson has an
nounced that unless the present aspect
is changed he will give the republican
devica on the November ballot to Con
G. W. Hickman's Ambition.
Fraxkfop.t, K3'., Oct 22. Hon. G.
W. Hickman, member, of the legisla
ture from McLean county, will be a
candidate for state superintendent of
public instruction before the demo
cratic convention next year.
The date of meating of the various
independent telephone companies of
Central and Eastern Kentucky at Crab
Orchard has been changed to Wednes
day, November. 2,. at Uastin Hotel, at
3 p. m.
Tie Antanltcrt and Attempted to Murder
Annlo Morrison, Daughter of a Cum
berland County Farmer.
Tompkixsvillk, Ky., Oct. 24. News
has reached here of the lynching of
Arch Uaur, colored, who committed an
assaulton and attempted to murder An
nie Morrison, oldest daughter of Hen
ry Morrison, a prominent farmer of
The crime was committed at the Mor
rison home Friday afternoon about 3
The members of the Morrison house
hold were visiting in the neighborhood,
except the eldest daughter, who re
mained at home to care for the house.
Uaur, unnoticed, went direct to Mor
Miss Morrison screamed for help
when he entered, but' no one was near
enough to hear her, though the house
was close to one of the most frequent
ed public roads.
She fought the fiend with despera
tion, but the Negro drew a piece of
sharp iron, striking her two or three
blows on the head and inflicted wounds
that may prove fatal. He fled, believ
ing his victim dead.
When the neighbors learned of the
horrible affair they formed a mob and
pursued the Negro with bloodhounds.
They trailed him to a small cabin
within five miles of where the crime
The door was quickly broken down.
The Negro hearing the noiss, tried to
make his escape through a window,
When they entered he begged for
mercy, but a noosed rope was quickly
thrown overhishcad and abouthis neck
and he was dragged, more dead than
alive, to the woods, where the rope
was tossed oyer the lim' of a tree he
was hauled into the air, and the life re
maining soon passed out of his body.
The lynchers left the"body and disap
peared. Eight bullet holes were found
in the body Saturday morning. The
remains were buried by Uaur's rela
tives. GOEBEL LAW UPHELD.
A Decision by Judge Cantrill, of Georse
toivn, on the Celebrated Kentucky
'Force Bill" An Appeal.
Fkaxkfout, Ky., Oct 21. Judge Can-
trill rendered a decision at Georgetown
Thursday night holding the Goebel
election law, cr force bill, constitu
. tional. The case will be appealed to
the court of appeals.
1 Judge Cantrill did not render a writ
ten opinion Thursday, but will prob
ably do so later, and for the present
the details of his holding can not be
! stated. The principal ground relied
on by the opposition was that the law
is in conflict with the federal statutes.
and Judge Cantrill overruled this and
other minor contentions.
Bradley's Trip to Cliickamausa.
Fuaxkfout, Ky., Oct 22. Gov. Brad
lc3' has announced the names of 50
prominent Kcntuckians who will ac
company him to Chickamauga upon
the occasion of the unveiling of the
monument to the Kentucky civil war
toidiers in November.
Movement of Troops Begins Sunday.
Lexixgtox, Ky., Oct. 25. The move
mentof troops from Camp Hamilton
to the camps in the south will begin
next Sunday, when the division com
manders and their staffs leave. The
regiments begin leaving November 0,
at the rate of one regnent a day.
Got Judgment for S580.
nnxDERSOX, K, Oct 22. Judgment
was rendered ajrainst W. F. Green for
SaS'J in favor of Rebecca Berr-. She
claimed Green got her to sign away
her pension claim, on which he drew
700 and only paid over S150. Green
has been arrested and will ba tried in
the United States court at Owensboro
for defraudinjr the woman out of her
Two Days Courtship.
Hopkixsville, Ky., Oct. 25. J. 'W.
Porter, a wealthy fruit grower of Hy-
poluxo, Fla., and Miss Ella Ferguson,
of this city, were married here Monday
and left immediately for their future
home in Florida. Only two days ago
Porter, who formerly lived here, met
Miss Ferguson for the first time.
Dead of Typhoid Fever.
Bowling Ghees, Ky., Oct. 2;
Charles T. Wooten, aged 21 years, who
has been in the empldy of the Wells
Fargo Express Co. at St. Louis since
his fifteenth year, arrived here Satur
day morning and died at an early hour
Monday morning of typhoid fever.
Louisville, Ky., Oct 24. A man en
tered the residence of Mrs. II. G. Rretit,
and, keeping her covered with a revol
ver, robbed her bureau of 8415 in money
and a lot of jewelry. He overlooked a
case of diamonds, however.
New Trial Denied.
Louisville, .Ky., Oct. 24. Special
Judge Rutledge has declined to grant
a new trial in the contest over the will
of the late Isaac R. Green, who at the
lime of his death was the oldest law
yer at the Louisville bar.
Kentucky Soldier Dies in Camp.
Lexington, Ky., Oct 22. At Camp
Hamilton private James James,
Kentucky, died of typhoid fever. His
home is Madisonville, Kv. Private Jo
seph White, Company C, 3d Mississippi
was found dead in bed from heart dis
ease. Home, Boston, Mass.
A F.ve-Yeat-OM Girl Burned to Death,
noPKixsviLLE, Ky., Oct. 24. Dcila
IBoyd, the five-year-old daughter of
John II. Boyd, of Kelly, was burned to
death Sunday, her clothing having
caught fire at an open ootj,
A .Short Sad Story.
A Cold. -Nsglict.
Fai Foley'.s Honey and Tar been
this story would have had a hap
pier ending. . lm
Old books taken
and wife should know about the pre
paration that for half a century has
been helping expectant mothers bring
little ones into the world without
danger and the hundred and one
discomforts, and distractions
$st incident to child-birth. It
M is applied externally, which
lm C is the only way to get relief.
i'V'l X Mprlirinpc tnt-n inrprnnllv
v)j jlfti will not help and may
o.VL result m harm.
A fits and prepares every
organ, muscle and
part of the body for
the critical hour. It
robs child-birth of its
tortures and pains
7 -J "
quick and easy. Its
action is doubly bene
Vficial if used during the whole
period of pregnancy
SI per bottle at all drug stores, or
sent by mail on receipt of price
Books Free, containing valuable infor
mation to all women, will be sent to any
address upon application by
The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
osi'oi:., l.u., Oct
Euitou Cextkai. kecouu:
Alter our snort out pleasant vis
it to our old home tins summer, we
re.-Mjiveil to partiallv rcaiimo our lor
.nor relation to t.ie dear old Ce.vikal
lvtcoitn: but since our return to the
iioosier btdte, one duty has been fol
towing so closely in the lootprints of
anotner that our time for correspond
euce has boen limited. However, each
Saturday as we eagerly peruse the
pages oi treasuretl items about our
iriends aa.l tneir welfare, we more
liriuly resolve to let them know how
pleasantly wc are situated.
'1 cday ends our first month of school
and a very pleasant mouth, indeed, haa
it bjen, lor we certainly have a m del
school with all the modern eonveuien-
c -s. With all due courtesy to Ota
ivcntucicy ana her school-system, we
shall have to confess (to you Kentuck-'
laus) that we are better pleased with
he llocsier school-system than ever.
Everything is more systematic. The
tenant ollieer has already been around
to investigate the attendance; but he
did not find any out of our senool and
we suppose he found very lew out any
where. The pupils attend reju.arly,
iiQu wm uuring ine entire winter.
Although we have had our Institute
of one week, we have a Township In
stitute one Saturday in each month
during the school term, in which we
discuss our reading circle work, Pla
to's Republic and Social Element, and
a so other subjects, as Method, School
.Management, and some of the common
branches. Besides these we have oar
County .teacher's Association on Fri
day and Saturday after Thanksgiving,
o you see we rarely ever laek the
chance of mingling with fell ov-teach
If we did not have a faint recollec
tion of reading an article some months
a-jo penned by our worthy editor in
winch he praised the meritorious
points of Hoosierdom and contested
th -m with some of the dirkest faults
of the grand old State, Kentucky, we
should greatly fear that we have
boasted too much of one of the grand
est things of this State, the school
system; but, as it is we feel per ectlv
safe, and shall leave well enough
alone, at least until next time.
to think " fe
rn ale diseases "
could only be
treated after "lo
c a 1 examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent about their
suffering. The in
Wine of Cardui has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all; The simple, pure
taken in the privacy of a woman's'
own home insures quick relief and
speedy cure. "Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardui re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For advica in casss requiring1' special
directions, address, giving? symptoms,
the "Ladles' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medians Co., Chatta
W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says:
"I uso Vino of Cardui extensively In
my practice and find it a most excellent
preparation for fecralo troubles.".
lteflectltiD- of a" Bachelor.
The worlds'.-, opinions are the suspen
.r- o a man's nsj cctability.
Lots of men balieve in a woman that
dci't take any stock in women.
If cats ni I tin- r crying in the daj
time womei. uu.dj t ur near s
luuch .or them.
The minister -is the only one who
knows what a . m ly doeau'i have eve
ry night for supp.r
You can silw yi tell how much a girl
likes to ba kissed, by how s'loc'ced she
looks when you talk about it
When a w. man w.in s to say some
thing particuiarly nasty about another
woman she says her husband i such a
kind man, onli a little bit otd f.tshiou
d. New York Press.
It Hits The Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lungs feels sore
take a dose of Folfv's om-r and Tar.
Wh-' tin' surtne
w.ll be a t
once relieved, a
wa in grate
ul feeling a n i
ar's alfec ed wi l
ed and von will sav; "1
IT HITS the SPOi:"-! is
eels so good.
PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
U OF LANCASTER. FY.
Careful anil Prompt Attention Guarantee.
J. M. Hiooinbothaji iTealdei.
Lewis Y. Leavxll Vlco-Presideb
B. F. Hudson Caahu-i
. O. RlSNKY Assistant Cash
CD. Walkkb Bookkeepe
J. H.HieSINBOTHAM. LEW1H Y. LEAVZul.
J. d. Johnson, T. II. Arnold,
H . C. Arnold, Jb. B. F. Hudson.
Jacob Y. Robinson.
I have purchased the "Wal
ker stable and am prepared
to furnish the
Very Best Rigs
on the shortest notice.
Special attention given Com
A. R. Denny. President.
Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President.
Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier.
E. T. Embky
J. F. Robinson. Jb,
Sam'l.D Cochran, Jas Spllman,
Alex. R. Dennr. A. C. Robinson,
W. R. Cook, L. Davidson.
R. KINNAIRO'S .
-. 857,000,000 -
In the following Fire Insurance
Jitna or Hartford.
Queen of America.
National of Hartfort. .
Phenix of Brooklyn. ,
Hartford of Hartford.
Manchester of England.
Connecticut of Hartford.
North British and Merchantile.
Kermxn Amer cab of New York.
LlYcrpool and London and Globe.
I also represent the old reliable
New York Life Insurance
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights
of Pythias, meets every Thursday
night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis
1 ting Knights are fraternally inv
ted. G. B. Swinebroad, C.C
J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S.
20 pounds Granulated Sugar for $1-
1 pound Bulk Soda 3cts
Levenngs, the King of Coffee, pkg lOcts
Everything Else as Cheap This Week,
BLUE GASS GROCERY CO.
E. W. PERKINS, Clerk,
EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr.
Be on the Safe Side
Insure your Tobacco.
Office, National Bank.
well-dressed men are
but all men dressed by HEMPHILL
are Well Dressed Men and its done at a
cost which means a saving of at least
one-third as compared with some com
My lines of Foreign and Domestic
Woolens are all in and I can show you
quality and prices that will interest
Suits All Wool, at
$6.50 to $18.00.
Tailor-made suits to your
measure, $10 and $35
I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made, and Read-to-wear
Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking
elsewhere. Truly Yours.
J. C HEMPHILL
Q E. AV. Iallard.
X T 'nn
Stationery1, Faints, Oils, Etc.
DA1MVILLE, :-: KENTUCKY.
V1a4am "DMf T..n.
u6CwlOIl UH EOUCL 1SS U6i
To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898.
Garrard County Court.
Called term Fiscal Court
July 25th 189S.
Whereas, the legal voters of Gar
rard county, voters in the general
election held in and for said county iu
November 1S95, yoted in favor of the
Fiscal Court acquiring' and maintaining
the Turnpike lloads in said county,
and the question being submitted to
them, the said legal voters of Garrard
count-, in general election held in and
for said county in November 1895.
there 'ore it is ordered and adjudged
that at the regular election to be held
in and for Garrard county on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in No
vember 1S9S which is on the 8th day
of November 1898. an election shall be
held and a poll shall be opened at
each voting place in each voting pre
cinct in said county at which all Ie?al
voters in said county shall be privil
edged to vote on the question, "Are
you in favor of issuing bonds for the
purchase and maintainanco of the
Turnpiko roads of the county, free of
toll to the traveling public?"' and it is
further ordered that the Sheriff of
Garrard county be and he is hereby
directed to advertise said election and
object therefor at least thirty days
next before date of said election in
Tkk Oentrat. Record, it beintr the
r.ewspaper having the. largest circula
tion in aaiu county,-and also by print
J ed hand bills posted ud in no less than
four public places in each voting- pre-
I cinct in sail county anl at the Court
House door lor at least thirty days
next before date of said election.
It is further ordered that if the vote
hereby ordered is in favor of said bond"
issue then the Fiscal Court will, in obe
dience to said vote and under the stat
utes relating to this subject, issue
bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty
five thousand dollars, (S35.003.00) for
the purpose of acquiring and maintain
ing said roads and to be issued upon
such terms as to time of payment and
payments of interest and sale of bonds
as the Court may in its discretion deem
best, but the bonds are not to be sold
for less than their par or bear interest
at a greater rata than 6 per ct. per an
numfrom date of issue until paid and
are not to extend bevondSO years. The
clerk of the Garrard County and Fiscal
Court is hereby ordered to certify a
copy of this order to 'the Sheriff of
(Jarrard county on or before the 1st
d ly of August 1898.
R. A. UuRJfsiDE. Ju'lge
A true copy. Garrard County Court..
Att: J. M. Duncan, Clerk.
Pursuant to the foregoing order of
the Garrard county Fiscal cou t, which
is made part of this notice, an election
vHl bcheld and polls opened at all the
regular voting places in Garrard coun
ty at the next regular election, wh'ch
will be held November 8. 1S9S. which
election, in all respects, will be held in
accordance with the general election
laws cf. Kentue'-T.
J. B Sacs dee. S. G. C.