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i inti st'i:i n:ov; rnwr imi'K,
y llif rich, ami which pivventH
iiiijiort.il inns,. curtails export ations,
and, at tho sumo timr, incroUHrs
t.ixcs, thereby opim-st-intho furni--rs
ami laborers of the country.
AW demand a currency of gold
mid silver, and also of paper, con
vertible into coin at the option of
the holder, and wo demand the free
coinage of silver on the basis orig
inally fixed by law, and that it and
the gold dollar 6iiall h't equally a
unit of, value.
AW demand that the public lands
fihall be held sacred for homesteads
for American citizens, and wo con
demn the policy of the Republican
party in its extravagant donations
of many millions of acres to cor
porations. AW denounce the importation of
pauper labor which comes in com
petition with and lowers the wages
of American workingmen.
Willi respect to State affairs the
Democracy of the State, believing
that the prosperity of a free State
depends upon the intelligence and
virtue of its- people,, have inaugn.
rated and maintained a system of
free schools for the benefit of all
the children of the State, and wo
pledge ourselves to continued effort
to increase and extend the facilities
of tli is beneficent system.
AVe declare in favor of strict
economy in the management of all
State affairs, and that no more
taxes shall be collected from the
people than are absolutely neces
sary to meet the wants of the State
government so administered, and
tfiat all persons, corporations, and
property, rabbet to taxation under
the constitution,, shall bear their
just and equal proportion- of. the
In the past the Democratic party
has enacted such lien laws as have
secured the rights of the laborer
and mechanic, and we pledge our
selves to such other additional leg.
islafiou as may bo appropriate am'
necessary to secure their full pro
tection in the future.
Good public roads we regard as a
necessity to the rapid and steady
development of our. State, and we
favor such legislation as will tent'
to their establishment.
AVe welcome labor and capital to
our State, which comes to identify
themselves with our industries, do
velopment,and social progress.
AVe favor a modification of our
penal system so that there may be
a proper classification of convicts
to the end that minors and those
committing small offenses may bo
kept separate from hardened crim
inals, and so that convict labor may
not eomo m conflict with or antao;.
oniza the honest labor of the coun
Wo believe that government is
the best among a free, self-reliant
people, which governs least consist
flit with social order, and which
believing in the people, leaves them
to work out their own destiny.
AVe denounce all trusts which
are or may be formed to increase
the prico of the school books used
by the children of the State in ob
. turning an education.
The Democratic party heartily
sympathizes with the Irish people
and all others in their struggles to
obtain the blessings of home rule
, iu their governmental affairs, this
being a cardinal tenet of Demo
cratic faith and the sheet-anchor
of constitutional liberty.
On tho'past record of our party,
our belief for th present and hope
for the future, as herein declared,
we go before the country in the
present canvass, and invite tho co
operation of all people who favor
holiest government, equal rights,
and human liberty.
Columbia is tho wealthiest of
American universities, and Har
vard conies next, with property
valued at 8,000,000, and a yearly
income arm. anting to jjoiKJ.121.
hru?, Medicines, etc,
II W MANNON
Dll. E. M. iM'AULEY,
OI'TICli OVKK McDANIF.L & KKViS KTUKK
Will hereafter spend thclirst and third weeks
of each month in Camden; the. second week at
I UK .sandy; anil tint thud it I llolladay. Com.
Dlt. 11. 13. TRAVIS,
OFFICII AT J, li.TOTTYVS DKUC. STOtilC,
J. A. CLUMENT.
L. L. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in all tins courts of Jieiiton f Ihunt v
and the supreme court ol TenneKsee. Collections
a specialty. D:ly.
S. L, PEELER,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE AT THE COUKT-IIOUSE.
Will give careful attention to all business en
trusted to my care. Collections a specialty
Also insurance agent fov Kiioxvillu ami other
good companies. i:iy.
E. O. GEORGE,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice In all tho courts of Benton and
adjoining counties and in the Supreme Court ol
loniiessoe. ieeiai uueiuion u'lven collections.
Loteria de la Beneficencia Publiea
State Zacatwas, Mexico.
A fyndieateaf capitalists have seciu'ed the con
cession for operating this-
snd will extend Its business throughout the
United States and British America.
lielow will he found n list of fho prizes which
will he drawn on
JULY 27, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS, MEXICO,
and continued monthly thereafter.
100,000 Tickets at $10.00; Halves,
$5.00; Tenths, $1.00; AmekicasCcb-
LIST OK PRIZES.
1 1'nizK of ;Jir,o,noo is siriO.fKfl
I I'KIZK OF fi0,(Ki0 1s 50 , mo
1 I'imzk of yr,,m is 2r, iioo
8 1'itizKs of ii),ooo me 30 uno
2 1 ihzks of r,,M are lo.ooo
5 I'ki.kh of 2,110 nre 10,000
10 I'mus of.- i,iK)are io,(X
20 I'ui.ks of 500 are 10 imo
2i) 1-nizKrt of 200 are 40 000
300 l'lllM OF 150 lire 45,(KX)
m 1'nizF.fi of 100 are cuu.n
1W) nil.Kfl OF 8150 1110.. ..
IM) rnrF.s of 100 arc.
150 I'ui.ks of no are..!..
9.X) Teiininal 1'kizks oi. 50 are
CLrn rvATSs: G Tickets foe $50.00.
Special Tvatcs AiTangcJ with Agents.
AGtNTS WANTED H every town mid
-- rs.,-r . ck- la the Uuiieu
btatcs and lUitish Amencii.
Tlie payment of Prizes Is guaranteed 1IV a spe
cial deposit of Fivf. Ilmi;ki Thofmami
DoM.AHrt with the State (roverument, and ap
proved hy Jesus Areehiga, Moveruor.
nrawinjrs under tho personal supervision of
l ie llen.iiiiio Arteaa, who U appointed by the
government as interventor. ' .
"1 certify that with the Si ate Treasurer all nec-essai-y
jruaruntees are deiiosited, assuriuu' full
payment of all prizes of t ills drawing.
Remittances must he either by New York draft,
exiHess or registered letter, Aineriesii inoin'v.
Collections can be made by express companies or
banks. 'J iekets sent direct to iiiaiiaueinent will
be paid by drafts on New York, Montreal, Ht.
I'aul, Chicago. San Francisco, or City of Mexico.
r or further information address
J IT Ay PIED Alb, Manager,
Apaitado 4,1. guy
AT TILLS OFFICE!
The following time card shows the arrival of
mail ami express trains, at nmden.of (lie Nush-
vnm, nau.inooita, ami Mt. Louis Railway. In
elloct May 8, 1n:)0:
No. 51, mall, west o.m a.m
No. W, mail, east 4.''!i p. m
No. Ki, exmess, west 10.4a jun
vu. u, iiii, easi j. 4i a.m
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH?
ARE YOU GOING NORTH?
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
ARE YOU GOING AY EST?
IF hO TAKE THK
(Louisville and Nashville itailroad.)
AND YOU WILL UK CAUMKl) TllKOU(iiI WITH
THE MAXIMUM OF SPEED!
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFORT!
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY!
THE MINIMUM OF KATES !
When ImyliiK tickets he sure to nsk for and hn
cerhiiiitliat tliey read via. Louisville and Nasli-
C. P. Atmokk,
ClenuiiU rusNuiiKer Auent
IF YOU AH K COINO
St, Louis, Clilcapo, lilil
waukee, St. I'aul,
or any point in the
.sure your tick
ets read ever
Ask anents for It.
IF YOU AKE (JOIXO
Natchez, New Orleans,
or Southern Texas
Take none other.
Pullman BufTetSlecperson all Trains
Best Accommodations and Kquinments.
OOHIS Company owning and operatiiif: lines in
i7 " 'i. in--!, i-xieuunij; linn nioux I ails, I aK.(
D,-.' to New Orleans, oflersslilppersand con
slunces of freight superior facilities lor bus
iness, and reasonable transportation chartres,
issues inroui'ii inns ia(un aim Ruaiautees rate
10 aim lrnni tin important points.
To obtain prompt and quick service, order your
shipments routed via:
CENTRAL R. R
For maps, rates, folders, or any other informa
tion, iipnlv to
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger and Ticket
AKCIlt, l IIICilKO, 111.
A. J. Knai j-, Assistant General Freight tmd
Passenger AKcnt, Memphis. Tenn.
II. Tik'kkk, GenunU Fiviglit Ascnt Northern
Lines. Chlca no, 111.
1). 11. Moit fy, General Freight Agent Southern
i.inei, iew iFiieaus, i.a.
T. J. Hudson, Ti.iiilc Manager, Chlcairo, III.
M. C. AI ahkham, Assistant Traitie iVlanau'e
v iiicajfo, in. io:tf,
Every Democrat Should Read It
Every Seeker after Political Truth
Should Reed It!
AVe will send tlie National Iiemocrat and Tl
Camden Chronicle to any address vithin the
United States for a year; Tlie National l'eino-
crat one year and The ( aiiulen Chronicle six
inontlu for J 1. 50. SuKseriptions to be paid In ad
Tlie lYirular subyeriDtion price of the Nation
Democrat is si .Co pit year and It is well worih it
It Is published In tlie city of Washington, ami
each issue contains eiulit .sevcn-eoiniiHi pMj'esof
rt-HuiiiK imtlir. Send to tiiis olbce ior sample
ft Ik's t' endorsement c,t lcadintr Democrats
it contains all the Va.sliintm ami Nation
news; Its record of Conrer-sioual proceedi!!'-'
will he full and complete, and it is in every way
it worthy evponent of sound Dcmoi'i'.'l'.ic di -trine.
Sulisvi ilM' now aeil secure these staunch ei';;ails
3 Br, v
ol Ue paily ol Hie n-oKe.
ok, or Uiu.ii Ns,
Mt' .iiuiii'M, i.-i.n.
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
J. 11. Parmer, ft. F. ITntlor,
W. (. Ilatloy, Nimou Noblos.
T. (J. Five, II. F. Stigall,
J. N. Simpson. 15. F.
. II. Farmer, President. II . F. Stigall,
llcrcii'cs deposits, makes loans, and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, CAMDEX, TEXNESSEE.
We also carry a line
J. V. TUAVIS, President.
C. N. TltAVIS,
ALL PROPERTY LISTED FREEH
SEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Real estate bought and sold on com
mission. Taxes and insurance, paid.
Titles investigated. Loans negotiated,
and a general Real Estate business
CORRESPONDED CE SOLICITED.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
. Camden, Tenn.
THE SOUTH'S NEW LIFE:
ppiplie IsiSi piioFoial
TUBLISED EVEHY MORNING BY THE
Democrat Publishing Company.
rpilK Commercial carries tlie most complete telegraph service of any southern newspaper, having
1 n leased wire in its olllee for tlie delivery of press report. Its "special " service aniireKates
ten thousand words per day, coveriiij; tlie entire South, liy a system of special trains aiid merito
rious make np it lias, dnrinu; the nix months of its existence, reached the hi.u:h-water mark of a daily
circulation larger than that of all other morning papers in West Tennessee combined. Average
daily circulation. ia,io.
Democratic in principle and tone, yet conservative throughout. Ably edited and skillfully put
Liberal terms to agents. For advertising d suhscriptUm rates, and other desired information,
DEMOCRAT PUJiLISlHSO CO.,
10:tf. Memphis, Tenn.
WILL EE SENT
TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS
GIVE IT A THREE MONTHS TRIAL!
V. II. Meadow, Alox. Allium,
A. J. Farmer. A. C. McKae.
D. M. Farmer, M. A. ILxtloy,
Fvoss, A. 11. Carnos. .
Viee - Fresidwit. A. 0. Mcllae, Ciihliior.
does a ijeneral banhiity business.
given collections. 1 : tf.
I. W. Brill Shoes.
of Staple Groceries.
E. O. GEOIIGE, fVeretary.