Newspaper Page Text
RURAL NOTES AND NEWS.
ISj'w York WltiM-MH.l
Alxmt time to sow Imckwlient
.Sw that tlic collar fits the horse.
By the wny, cut mul hill bushes.
Kill insects now not next week.
Are you farming bettor this year?
Work the boss crop, Indian corn.
Boys, fix for the "Glorious 4th."
Sharp tools nave time and mus-
(Hve tlie teams all the rest you
No putting off until to-morrow,
Give politics a rest and grow
Destroy those fence-corner nui
sances. Beware of delays and accidents
In demand horse-hoes, cultiva
"Welcome the city cousins after
Exterminate thistles, briars, and
Don't waste grass or grain in
Bag the grapes. Thin the fruit.
"Watch the insects.
The saw-fly is injuring the wheat
fields of central Illinois.
Never let a strange peddler or
ngent have your autograph.
Delaware and Maryland expect
only one-fourth of a peach crop.
Science is the handmaid of pro
gress, on the farm and in the shop.
Potatoes yield on an average
from eight to ten tons to the acre.
Average commercial flint corn
contains about 11 per cent, water.
Half of the commercial sutrar of
the world is produced from beets.
Do not sell fruit when the market
is glutted. Evaporate it, dry it, or
The way to make horse-raising
profitable is to breed and feed for
the best. '
Do all you can to protect horses
from flies. At least provide good
An animal raised on a farm will
not introduce disease from an out
Shipments of pork from Chicago
are larger than usual at this season
of the year.
Grub in the head and lack of
grub in the stomach are two deadly
enemies of the sheep.
First-class roadsters are compar
atively scarce and likely to be in
demand for some time to come.
There is no danger of giving too
great a variety of food, but there
is danger in too small a variety.
Over GO per cent, of the wheat
afloat for European markets was
shipped from the Pacific coast and
By cutting the flowers from your
shrubs and plants you prevent the
exhaustion of their vitality by its
use in maturing seed.
Do not depend on borrowing the
ordinary farm tools from your
neighbors. Own them and keep
them in good condition.
Clover hay fed to the stock
makes a better manure than timo
thy, and if hay is to be sold from
the farm let it be timothy.
When you get out the mowing
machine put a little good axle
grease on the cog-wheels, and be
sure to keep the knives sharp.
rvemember the season for the de
velopment of microbes is at hand,
and keep every ccrner and crevice
' scrupulously clean. You can not
get your cellar too clean.
Good roads and goods streets, if
constructed with any regard to
economy or public needs, are the
best investment that either agn
culture or municipal communities
DR. 13. M. M'AULBY,
OKKICK OVKK McDANIKL & FKV's KTOltK
Will hereafter spend the tlrst and third weeks
of each month In Camden; the second week nt
JUji rsaiKiy ; aim tlie third at iioinuiay. (i.iim.
DK. It. 15. TRAVIS,
OFFICE AT J. F TOTTY'H DRl'ti STOKK,
J. A. CLEMENT.
I L. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT A HAWKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in all the courts of Itclitoii County
and the supreme court of Te nnessve. Collection's
a specially. G:ly.
S. L. PEELER,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE AT THE COUli'MlOUSK.
Will give careful attention to all business en
trusted to my care. dllections a specialty
Also insui'iMire jiirent. tor Kiimvillc uud other
good companies. 1 :ly.
E. O. GEORGE,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all the courts of lienton and
adjoining counties and in the Supreme Court of
Tennessee. Special attention given collections.
Loteria de la Beneficencia Publica
State of Zacatecas, Mexico.
A syndicate of capitalists have secured the con
Hussion tor operating this
and will extend Its business throughout the
u iiiicu mates anil jiiiiisn America.
lielow will be found a list of the prizes which
will lie drawn on
J"TTXilrT 27, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS, MEXICO,
and continued monthly thereafter.
100,000 Tickets at $10.00; Halves?,
$ 5.00; Tenths, $1.00; American Cur-
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 TiM'if np Siw nun w
1 I'ttlZK OK 5(,(NKJ is
1 PltlZK OK L'5,000 is
3 I'hi.k.s dk H),0(io are....
2 I'KIKS OK 5,01)0 ate ....
5 Pri.ks ok 2,oon are....
10 l'KtZKH ok 1,000 are
20 I'hi.k.s OK; WKi are ....
200 l'WZKS ok 200 are....
:wo 1'itiSEKH ok 150 are ....
Dot) I'lii.KH of loo are
150 Phizkm ok $150 are
150 I'lti.KS ok 1(H) are
150 1'lllZKM ok... 50 are
9!H Terminal 1'itizns of. 50 are
2402 524, !)fl0
Clvs Rates: 6 Tickets for $50.00.
Special Rates Arranged with Agents.
AGENTS WANTED in evw town ;
city hi the United
stales ami isriusn America.
The navnieut of rrtz.es is u'uaranteed bv a sne-
eial dciiosit of Fivk Ili'MHiKi) TmiusA.NU
Jioi.LAHs witli the State government, and ai
proved by Jesus Arechiga, governor.
Drawings under ine personal suiiervlsioit of
Lie. lierminio Arteaira, who is unpointed bv the
government as inlerventor.
" I certify that with the State Treasurer all nec
essary guarantees are delimited, assuring fall
pj oifni in mi in itxn in nils imhh iuk.
ltemittanees must be either bv New York draft.
express or registered letter, American money.
Collections can he made by ex press companies or
nanus, i icKets sent direct ro management will
be paid by drafts on New York, Montreal, St.
nun, i nicatfo. nan v rancisco, or i ity oi Mexico.
For further Information address
J VAX rilJDAI), Manayer,
Apartatlo 43. 3:ly
HaviiiK recently ))urchased a new chair and
other new articles tendinu; to the comfort of my
patrons, I now have facilities to sbive, sham
poo and do hair cutting that are senvul to none.
Thanking the public for past patronge, and so
lisiting a continuance of the same,
I am, respectfully,
J"?My shop Is one door east of the Stlgall
House, (live me a call. 7:ly.
"We are prepared to do all kinds
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Tllo fnUnU'liur flnwi iviril ulinuu llm nrrlvfil .if
mall and express trains, at Camden, of the Nash
ville, CliaHunooKa, and SI, Louis Uailwav. In
No. 51, mall, weht , , 0.10 a. in
No. 52, mail, east 4.2!l p.m
No. 5;i, express, west .. 10,43 ji.m
Oi 04, express, east , ,. 3.41 a.m
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH?
ARE YOU GOING NORTH?
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
IK m TAKK THK
eh yamot mam a tm
(Louisville and Nashville Itallrond.)
AM) YOU WIl.I. UK C.UtWKl) THKOl'OH WITH
THE MAXIMUM OF S I E E D!
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFOKT!
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY!
THE MINIMUM OF KATES!
When buying tickets bo sure to ask for and bo
certain that they read via.. Louisville and Nash
C. 1 Atmokk,
General ftisseiiger Agent
. CR. R.
IK VOU ABE liOINll
St. Louis, Chicago, Mil
waukee, (St. Paul,
or any point in the
sure your tick
ets read over
Ask agents for it.
IK VOU AUK IIOINIS
Natchez, New Orleans
or Southern Texas
Take none other.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers on all Train6
liest Accommodations and Equipments.
THE SHOW, I KST ...
CTHIS Company owning and operating line;
'VO ten States, extemlini! from Sionx Ksills. I !
6;, New Orleans, La., oilers shippers and eon
siiinees of freiirht. sunerior fiicilities fur Iiiik.
Iness, and reasonable transportation charges.
Issues through billskwling and guarantees rates
io iui irom an important, points.
To obtain prompt and quick service, order your
siupiueiits routeii via:
THE ILLINOIS ,
For mans, rates, folders, or nv ntlur infonii'i
tioil, niqilv to
A. II. Hanson (ieiieral Passenger and Ticke
A. .1. KXAl'l1. Asvit:int. (IntHirtil Vr.itirlit mul
l iisscnger Agent, ;ieiupiiis, icnn.
ji. ii cup.ii, uciiciai rieigui Agent rsonnei
Lines. Chicago, 111.
1). 11. MoitKY,(ieneral Freight Agent Souther
Lines, New Orleans, La.
i . . it udhox, l ratiK! iMiuiager, cnicago, ill.
M. C. MAHKIIAM. AssistanL TiHllii! M:in:iini
Chicago, 111. io :U.
Hoot and Shoemaker,
J. W. ARNOLD,
Boot & Shoemaker,
East Side Square, Camden, Tenn
I am prepared to do all kinds of work in my
line with neatness and dispatch. I keen none
but the very best material, and my past work
speaKK lor llseit. Kepaiiing a jqwcimty. 7 :iy.
Every Democrat Should Read It
Every Seeker after Political Truth
Should Read It!
We will send the. National Democrat and The
Camden Chronicle to any address within the
United States for &! a year; The National Demo
crat one year and 1 lie l aniuen i nrouicie six
months for 1.50. Subscriptions to be paid in ad
The regular subscription price of the National
Kcmocrai is 9i. per jeai aim u is en wunii it.
It is nubllslied hi the citv of Washlnuton. ami
eacb Issue contains eiirht seven-column nages of
reading mutter. Send to this oillce for sample
It has the endorsement of leading Democrats
it contains all the Washington and National
news: Its record of Coimresslonal proceedlni"
will be full and complete, and it in in every way
a wovthv exnoneiit of sound 1 leuiocrutic doctrine.
Subscribe now and secure these staunch organs
of the party of tbe people,
all on, or address,
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
J. IL 1'ftvmer, B. F. Ilatley,
W. (f. Ilatley, Simon Noblo.s,
T. C. Rye, II. F. Stigall,
J. Jn. bunp.son. 1$. F.
J, II. Farmer, PresiJent. II. F. Stigall,
Receives dcjtONlts, makes loans, and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
OOTS and SHOES.
and General Merchandise.
SOUTJt SIDE r UliLlC SQUARE, CAMDEN) TENNESSEE.
onfa fan S Buckeye Mowers,
mm iui i.
We also carry a line
I. V. TKAV1S, l'resident C. N. TKAV1S,
EEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Real estate bought and sold on com
mission. Taxes and insurance paid:
Titles investigated. Loans negotiated,
and a general Real Estate business
THE SOUTH'S NEW LIFE;
k Memphis Qailj JomePGial
PUBLISED EVERY MORNING BY THE
Democrat Publishing Company.
milR Commercial carries tlie most complete telegraph service of any southern newspaper, liavliij
1. a leased wire in its olllee for the delivery of press report. Its '"special" service aiiret;ates
ten tliousaiid words per day, covering the entire South. Ky a system of special trains aiiifnicrito
rious make up it has, during the six months of Its existence, reached the high-water mark of a daily
circulation larger than that of all other morning papers In West Tennessee combined. Average
daily circulation. 13,210. . ,
Democratic In principle and tone, yet conservative throughout. Ably edited .ind skillfully put
Liberal terms to agents. For advertising and subscription rates, and other desfred information,
TO ANY ADDRESS
THE G AIDER CHICLE
GIVE IT A THREE MONTHS TRIAL!
W. II. Meailow, Alex. AilaruH,
A. J. Farmer. A. C. Mcltai
D. II. Farmer, M. A. HaUey, , t'
Itoss, A. II. C'arues. ,
Vice-Prc'suleiit. A. U, JIcFiae, Cawhier.
does a yeneral banklny business.
of Staple Groceries.
Treasurer K. O. (iEOUdK, Secretary.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO.,