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lion to I hi- iiiii I ( iiiii...ioi' tor it,.- division
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r:ilur, In Mi-r, rrii-;ctt. II -no.-i son, II. i: I -n, in,
Jliirdin, lii-iuv, Miiillson, M.-.N.u: Mini Ferry.
.Nlll.jeel to t.ie .nil-ill ot p,,- i I -mo,-! ;,tie i;u y.
roi! c use t' it .n i);;i:,
ll( 1 1 - V lire nut iiori.i d to riiiiioiuirp .IiiiIih
Mill.t It. I!nli of ll.iywooil (,'ounly ;is a riiiuli
ri;it for rc-el.-i-tioii toi In- nllire o ( 'm-iut .linlj'f
HI tin- ilisl net eolniosei ol I lin i-onnties o :, in
ton, Carroll, Croei.-u, (.ihsoii, ll.ivwooil ami
il.'nry. b.il.jecl to llni urtiou of tllo ieiiuirr;ilie
VOll ATTOF.NEV (il.NKK VI,
M.MMt We urn iiutliiiili'il ti :mii'iiiH-t' Vr.
A.M. Al auk of Hen IV ( ounl v as n rami Mate in
flection tK tile olliee of A t loiiiey-( ;enei al of t lie
rti.stiii-t coin posed .,r the i'oi:iilu-.sof F.-nl on, Car
roll, Croeketl, (lilisun, H.ivvv I and Henry.
Subject to I liu action of the le iiincr;;iic party."
WA1'K-We are mitlioii.i'il to aniioiince lion.
W.W. Wadk of (ilhson Cunnlv as a e imliitiite
for re-election ti the ollice of AttiinicyHt-ncial
of tile district composed of the coiintn-si f I'.en
ton, Carroll, Crockett, Cilison, llavwood and
Henry. Subject to the action id' the itemocia'ic
W. T. MOIllUS.
R. D. McCOllD.
COUNTY COURT CLERK,
W. D. COOPER.
CIRCUIT COURT CLFRK,
L. R. WATSON.
G. W. E. HERRIN.
J. E. 13R0WN.
Judging from daily dispatches,
Tennessee has been very fortunate
during the epidemic of emallpox
now prevalent nearly all over the
As a rule the disease has been a
mild type and lias resulted in but
few deaths, principally in Eastern
and Northern States, but danger of
more malignant form is itnmineKt.
Health Commissioner Starkloff
of St. Louis, who fears the epidemic
may impede the World's Fair, has
sounded the alarm.
"It is well-known by the health
authorities of the country," Doctor
Starklotf stated, "that smallpox is
epidemic in the United States, and
the most recent reports of the
United States marine-hospital ser
vice, which are compiled as care
fully and completely as possible,
shows that almost without excep
tion every county of every State is
invaded to a greater or less extent.
From this report I note that New
York had from June 23 to Novem
ber CO, 570 cases of the disease,
with G2 deaths. It is now of daily
occurrence to see in the press dis
patches accounts of outbreaks at
"This outbreak," continued Doc
tor Starkloff, "which began in the
year 1898 has been of so mild a
character as to have caused a con
tention as to its identity by not
only the laymen, but by thp medi
cal profession, canting it to be call
ed by many different n nines, such
as chickenpox, Cuban itch, Puerto
Riean itch, elephant itch, etc. It
has been neglected and ridiculed
'but the disease is now assuming a
re malignant, form.
1S..1 . .fU f In :ilth t.f tliiMlif-
ft-iriil Sla'cs, f;.-i a rule, Luvc .fivcn
l!lH C Hid i 1 Soli littln if finy (tlr)i
tinnjonly u f jiuiuoilic ( !;Ht 1 I c
anil tin re nt jioinlM when hcvcral
IjI'i H Lave jncviilt 1. This imlif.
fi'rciicp, wilh tin ojipnNitioii df flu1
persons who are Min'cre, in mrmy
cjisch, in their diflielii f ns to it lie
in:; smallpox, lm.i allovvi .1 it to
i-pri n 1 iMpi.lly and hiin.ly through
out the eon nl i y.
''Jliis disei.sM li as hf( n r'li'uL.'i
hle for its inihlneHs, as I have Haiti,
hut il. must he on,. in miml that
u niihl type may Msstituc a most inn.
liuiniiit form to the suseepl ihh un-va-'einated
person, ami cases of this
hind hac freipii'iitly come to the
health department, this year. We
are not far from ti c time w h. n the
mortality throughout the country
will brim; the people to a realiza
tion of existing conditions."
A i:i;mai;kai;i.i; occl uui;nck.
A remarknldo incident occurred
over in the-t'jiitli district of Carroll
County last Saturday. Tho earth
wag covered with a mantle of "the
beautiful," and Joe Reynolds and
George McRride were 'oin down
Gwinn's Cinnk bottom to hn a few
of the mule-eared tribe; they cross
ed a very large hollow log, walking
on it with their axes, when out ran
three of Carroll County's Republi
can candidates. Following on, they
were overtaken where they had be
come entangled in n briar patch, one
dowu on his knees and the other
Show pitty, Lord; oh, I.onl, forgive.
A Kcpubli.'an candidate has a hard road to
travel, as sure a you live.
"DON'T T1IKOAV THAT
Tlie Hero of Santiago a Chrlvtlnn. Com
tirion With Hin Detractorx Kedound
to Admiral Sclilej's Credit.
Graham, the War Corrotipunden t, in His
Great ltook, "Schley and l':utt iao,"
Tells the Whole Truth.
A Second Court-Martial Would Amiilii
late ScUley'u Er.emieN.
Special from Commercial Associated Tress. 1
Admiral .Sch'ey is threatened by his ra
mies, and the cause is attributed to George
E. Graham, tbe war correspondent, and
his book "Schley and Santiago:"
This book contains an autograph letter
of Schley's address to Graham, in which
Admiral Sampson is by inference criticis
ed for not having been present when the
Spanish licet was destroyed.
What a horde ot petty politicians are
clamoring against Schley, and for what
It has been sujxgosttecl, that President
Roosevelt is looking with great concern
on the great and wonderful popularky Ad
miral Schley is creating in his trip around
Is it possible Schley may prove a for
midable Presidential candidate?
Certainly, Roosevelt is too brave and
sincere a man to assist Schley's enemies
because of he having become a possible
Sampson's friends are afraid of the
wonderful success this ne'v book of Gra
ham's is meeting with. Why?
Because this book with its 500 pages of
eloquent facts, and its fifty pages of actu
al photographs, so thoroughly refutes all
the charges made in the first court-martial,
and puts it entirely out of the ques
tion to start a second one, that the press
antagonistic to Schley are turning heaven
and earth to stop its sale and thus kill the
wave of enthusiasm for Schley and his
cause which is sweeping the country.
Mr. W. B. Conkey, the well known Chi
cago publisher, is keeping his great mil
lion dollar plantat Hammond busy night
and day, and the mail orders that are
coming in, each letter containing one dol
lar and fifty cents for each copy of this
wonderful book, serve to keep a email ar
my of clerks very, very busy.
Here is an anecdote taken at random
b-oni Graham's book.
The Brooklyn was alone "On our star
board side were the four Spanish vessels,
each one of them plainly in view and each
of them firing. If Schley had given the
slight. 'St indication at that moment that
he was afraid of the result, or if he had
ordered the helm put over to take the
Brooklyn oat of the fight, it is perfectly
po.-f.ible that panic would have seized us
ail. But us coolly as if he were saying I e
wmild join a pleasure cruise, Commodore
Schley sai 1 to Cook all in the same
bre;.Ui. 'Well, we are going to si iy with
them. kep hrT in toward them,' and in
th-n.-xt .!!- i-ii, t , F.i;:-4, -G-t that rati 'e,
Ellas.' Iv i-:. jin 1 ,,;it fr ;h; - - iiadnv
of the t ;:r, t i.r.d look (,.. range. '1.20J
J'mms,' he s.aig out aiai tmnei to step
in U lii'-n:
nt ),is h a ll.---
y !rn '( I t i tho .Si i A -'-iiiiiiil
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writ' ill ii -lit I'l t hrmv I ho tiii.l V OVI I In ml - I,
l.iii in Ihc lni.l-t uf a tain i-f lui-iili wilh
t-V( ry in-lira! imi that t',0 P.l'ix ikl vil W ri - to
In-n:ii-i 'ii -i'i, with aliiiur t i vi i) ihinic
.ctnliiiS4 iipini thin man in feint of the
n hi hi i .o; tnvvi r, S'-hl.-y .ii.l ij'iickly, 'ilmi't
throw that limly uvi ihuarl. Take it ln
uw aid we'll Ive it clu'iist inn h'lri.il.' "
Srhh-y's eiieiiiii-s nni-t. he ri'.'ht. lie
imi t he a cow aril iiinl in t a eh: i-.'.iaa.
"AKOl M 1 III: FAN."
Tin MM-l'T may tnakc ii Lis mi ml to
he I'li'ii-antly ni I w ! s -1 m 1 by the iii
hiice ami i vitrify i.f 'rnaml I he I'.iti "
iih!ihri by tie Niitshc'il Pnlili.-biiii;
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'l b.' W Ol.ih I S bcill With tilt: fl'ollti.-pii'CC
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check bone ami oin round and round
in h coiislatilly wi'ieum circle, with u-
i i in'-i and duw tibrai inr'.s of the pen in
the prejier phircs to serine d ! 4'h Ineiit
n:i 1 shading. We are told that this pur-
i trait "h cotmidcRid the most tnmiim work
ef i t si kind in the world," an 1 if there
are derives nf uniqueness we are willing
to believe that this is nust the thinef
which there uro no duplicates. Of course
1 1 1 i e is text in addition to the pictures,
and w e should be stitpi i-ed indeed to hear
fi'-itn any purchaser the opinion that he
had not ;nt his i-uaiey's worth ($2.00).
New Yeik Sun.
Punt It t the hand of time paiift wrin
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Are you nervous, run down, weak and
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It will infuse new energy, new life into
the exhausted nerves, ard over-woiked
brain or muscular system, and put a new
face o'i life and business Price, 50 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
Nervous children are almost always
thin children. The "out-door-boy" is
seldom nervous. White's ('ream Vermi
fuge is the best preventive of nervousness.
It strengthens the system and assists to
that soit of flesh, which creates strength
and pow er of endurance. Price, 2 cents.
Sold by all druggists.
There is probably no disease or condi
tion to the human system that causes
more suffering and distress than piles,
'fabler's J'.nikeye Pile Ointment cures
them quickly, without pain ordtttntion
from business. Price, 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, To cents. Hold by all druggists.
COME TO 1SOLIVAK COUNTY, JVIISS.
Tlio lliohest Corn, Cotton, "Wheat and C.razii
hands In Mississippi. Can be bonuht on six
years' time at ii to ?n per aero. AVill yield a
bale of cot ton or K) to so bushels of corn or :.
bushels of wheat per acre. Stock peas and al
falfa do lino, in fact, those lands will grow almost
any farm products. If you are interested, and
wish further Information, write
C. T. JACOl'.S,
Local Lund Agent for Y. & M. V. li. li. Co.,
The firm of W, F. Harrison ,t Co., composed
of W. K. Harrison and L. M. Williams, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
AY. V. HATililSOX.
L. M. WILLIAMS.
Ilolladay, Tenn., February 10, i',K)..
W. V. Harrison vs. II. Holier! s et als. In the
Ciiiinci'iy Court at Camden, Tennessee.
In tlii.-i cause it aiipcurinii from the bill, which
is sworn to, that the defendants, ll. Ilohcrts and
wite, 1). L. Koherts, are non-residents of the
Ktat'i of Tennessee and residents of the State of
Arkansas; they are, therefore, hereby required
to appear on or before the third Monday in
March, next, before the court (that being the
first day of said court), and make defence to the
bill tiled against them in said court by W. F. 1 lar-
rison or otherwise the bill will betaken for con
fessed. It is fur! her ordered that this notice be
published for four consecutive weeks in Tub
Camden Ciu;onici.k. i
This February 11, ty02.
A. G. MrDAMI-L,
Clerk and Master.
S. L. TKitraca, solicitor for complainant.
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