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1IA KINS We are authorized to announce
Hon. A. (i. II aw kins as a candidate tor re-eler..
Inn to the oliice ol I'hancelFor lor the ilivlslon
iniprlsliiK the counties of lienton, Carroll, De
ntin, (hester, Crockett, lleiulersoii, llardeinan,
Ilardlu, Henry, Madison, McNairy and I'eny.
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I50XD We are authorized to announce Judge
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date for re-election to the olllce ol Circuit Judge
t the district composed of the counties of Hen
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MAIllt We are authorized to announce. 3r.
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lection to the olllce of Attorney-General of the
iiRtrictcomposed of the countiesof lienton, Car
roll, Crockett, Gibson, Havwood and Henry.
Subject to the action ol the Democratic party.
WADK We are authorized to announce Hmi.
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lor re-election to the office ol Attorney-General
of the district composed of the counties of lien
ton, Carroll, Crockett, Gibson, Havwood and
Henry, bubject to the action ol the Democratic
W. T. MORRIS.
R. D. McCORD.
COUNTY COURT CLEEKj
W. 1. COOPER.
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK,,
L. R. WATSON.
G. W. E. HERRIN.
J. E. BROWN.
Taum Bakeh has not passed the
danger mark. Tuesday's Nashville
American says: "Collector John
E. McCall has gone, to Washington.
He left Saturday night, accompa
nied by Sam Hawkins of Hunting
don. It is understood1 that Mr.
Hawkins has gone to Washington
in the interest of his son, Ernest
Hawkins, who is a candidate for
marshal of the West Tennessee dis
trict to succeed Col. T. H. Baker.
This fight is warming up."
Hamblen, one of the smallest
counties in Tennessee, has set the
pace in the good roads'movement.
The county has voted to issue bonds
to the amount of $50,000 for the
purpose of improving its roads.
The bonds will be' issued. as soon
after April 1 as'possible, as the road
and bond conaraissiGu,will be nam
ed at that time by the county court
Commenting. anthis .the Nashville
News says editorially: "A county
could not spend money in a better
way. Hamblen is a small county
one of the smallest in the State,
It sets- a good example to the other
counties. There seems to be a gen
eral reviva1f interest in the sub
ject of good roads throughout the
South. The necessity for them be-
aorses more apparent every day,
Money invested in the improve
ment of public highways is money
made. A very important consider
ation in this subject is the extension-
cf the free delivery of mail in
I'sral districts. In allowing the
routes to be established the post
elUce department inquires abou
l np.tuw.cf th.o roads. If they
nro k'oixl tho c1huccs for f;jttm
the routes are butter. Tins rural
freo delivery pyntcm tUmU high in
popular favor, nnd in timo will bo
xteiuM all over tho country.
CountieH that have good roadn
Btand a much better showing to
get the benefits of tho system than
counties with bad roads."
SCHLEY 8. I.EM LEY.
Mtsllc Toward Inn t Ugo'a Hero Not to !
Tolerated. Kclilry Won the Itnttle itnd
Destroyed th Ppmilah Flret, audi
Leinlay can not Change the Fact.
Hpeclal from Commercial Associated Tress. 1
One 'if the iiiiwt outrngeoiiH attacks that
lias an yet apptmred comes from Jmlt-
AtlvocaHvCuMieral Lt'inley. To rem! the
(liepatclit'H as tlit y corao from Wunliin
ton, Mini which are given publicity in the
daily prt'N.i, 8lu)W8 a very deplorable con
dition on the part of clique, at the heal
of one of winch Advocate-tieneral Lem
ley neetna to he.
Laying aniile all personal animosities
arid reading Lemley's attack on Admiral
Schley's apMal, no reasonable mind can
overcome the impression that malice is
the gist of the action.
Speaking of the Texas, the commenta
tors declare: ''The question is not so
much one of possible credit to, but of pos
sible censureof Admiral Schley in connec-
tion with the work of that vessel in the
bat tie of Santiago. The plain truth is that
Admiral Schley did not during that battle
in any way direct or control the splendid
performances of the Gloucester and the
ii v,..t.i..,.i.: t i: t i .1 ...
Bhips neither receive,) nor obeyed a solir
tary orden from him."
NptI tl.P ,m.nhtnrainm H,! , J
tentiontc-what they declare wer persist-
ent efforts by Schley's attorneys to show
thht in some manner the Oregon at least
was under his orders during the battle,
first by answering the signal, "Close up,"
and afterward by firing its thirteen-inch
guns under signal from the Brooklyn, and
they say :
But that attempt, as the testimony to
be quoted below shows, was a failure "
They quote, therefore, passages from
Captain Clark's testimony, in which he
said in regard to the order, "Close up,"
that that was a standing order in the
squadron to attact the enemy at onee if
they appeared, and to keep the heads of
the Bhins alwavs toward the PntrancP."
X - J
and "I remember a feeling of satisfaction
that there was an order to close in, in
case any accident had happened and col
liding w ith other ships."
Mr. W. B. Conkey, the Chicago publish'
er of "Schley and Santiago," was inter
viewed, and here is what he savs:
Tl,at,M M,ta A;-l cl,l
.".a nmmu, au.c,
was in command ai Santiago, coniroiied
and directed every move of the squadron,
that won the battle and destroyed the
"It strikes me that no amount of quib
bling or political wire pulling can take
thatglory from Admiral Schley. At least
thateems to be the opinion of the Ameri
can public and a great many of the leading
men of that great public. The Milwaukee
Sentinel, one of the leading papers of the
West, reviewing the, hook. aiv it a two-
l' i t i. n
column notice, and in closing saya to this
'"No patriotic American citizencan af
fnrrl nrt tr, aA P..r ttrohnm't. ,Mi
, , , , . o t. ..
oook ocniey anu oantiago. it gives me
tacts, ana j.roves that bampson was at
Siboney and Schley at Santiago, where
the battle was fought and won.' "
The book contains nearly 500 pages of
authentic facts and fifty instaneous pi o-
tographs taken by Graham during the bat
Read this, a quotation from the book,
and then say, ifthefleetdidnot work with
Schley, and appreciate him as the om-
mander-in-chief. After the battle, Schley
compliments the Oregon, Texas, in fact
all the fleet which took part in the battle :
Somebody raised a broom at our (the
Brooklyn) masthead on one of the hal-
yards, and the crew on the Oregon follow-
ed suit, and then gave three cheers for
Commodore Schley. On the Texas the
men all lined upon the forward deck and
at request of somebody aboard I pre-
sume Captain Philip himself gave three
cheers for Commodore Schley. The lit
tle Vixen circled around us three or four
times, her crew yelling themselves hoarse
for the Brooklyn, for Schley, and for the
"But from the New York there came
never a sound of Joy fulness and never a
The New York was Sampson's flaeshipj
had just returned from Siboney after
the battle, and Adv.K;ate-General Lemlev
. . . -
18 SampHon's friend.
Wanted TKh nntilio tn Itimtv tJiat T nm
prepared to remove grease, hUu.s. etc
from frothing; ladies' skirts t.ul coatcd
I ars'eh-ane i and -colored, ribbons rmewed
in original eu!o;s or old coluts extracted
and gfiods reoolored tar, paint or gr-ts
effectually removed 'IVnus reasonable
Call on Mrs, 0. II. Williams, Camden,
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A!tOlM THK I'AM."
The reader may iunke up hi" mind V
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published by the Nut-hell Publishing
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The wonders begin w ith Ihe frontispiece
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The Richest Corn, Cotton, Wheat and Grazing
Lands in Missittstpid. Can bo bought on six
vpyra' t.iniH fit Ki tn fin ner serf. Will vield ji
bale of cotton or 40 to 80 bushels of corn or 25
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ine ii rm oi w. r. narnsou vo., i-o.-puseo
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f w w ,,,rrim nnll M. Williams. Is this
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L. 11. WILLIAMS.
Holladay, Tenn., February 10, 1902.
W. F. Harrison vs. II. Roberts et als.-In the
Chancery Court at Camden, Tennessee
In this cause it appearini? from the bill, which
I. .ivnrn 1,. I, .J f t h a ,1 ..f ..n1 Q l t u TI lntl.U'ts U lift
Wife. D. L. Itoberts, are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee and residents of the State of
Arkansas: they are, therefore, hereby required
I . l. . t 1..
l to appear on or ueiu e uie umu munuiij m
M ' p Bmt h(lfnI.B tllfi court (Ulilt be, tlie
flrst dav of said court), and make defence to the
bill filed against them in said court by liar
nson or otherwise tlie nut will ne raKen ror eon
fessed. It is further ordered that this notice be
inlD,ished Ior four consecutive weeks in Xhk
This February H..1802
A. G. McDANIEL,
Clerk and Master.
S. L. Tkelek, solicitor for complainant.
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