A DEMOCRATIC NE"YSrAPEIl.
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i 'Election first, Tuesday In November, 1MKI.)
JOHN P. BUCHANAN,
of liulhort'ord County.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.
C.lMliKN, TUNX., At'liUST 14, ISM.
THE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMIT
TEE OK KENTON COUNTY IS IIEIIEIVY
CALLED TO MET AT TDK COURT HOUSE
IN CAMDEN, ON MONDAY, THE FITiSST
DAY OF SEPTEMUEU, EIGHTEEN HUN
DRED AND NINETY, AT ONE O'CLOCK P.
M., FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRANSACTING
IMPORTANT P.USINESS. EVERY MEMBER
OF THE COMMITTEE IS EARNESTLY RE
QUESTED TO BE IN ATTENDANCE.
W. F. HARRISON,
A. J. SAUNDERS, CHAUtMAN.
For the benefit of a few who are
of the belief that this paper is be
ing run for the fun of the thing,
wo want to say, right here, that
The Chronicle is being run for
revenue and Democracy, and not
for glory and individuals.
CouitT has to be held in a tent
and the tent and judge surrounded
by the State militia in Perry Coun
ty, Ky. The Nashville xVmerican
remarks that the county is " hope
lessly lawless,"' and from the late
election returns "hopelessly He
publican." It is clearly evident from the
returns of last week's elect iou that
the conservative element of the vot
ers of Tennessee believe that the
Democratic party is worthy to be
entrusted with the aifairs of county
government and local offices, and
Tennessee can send greetings to
Alabama and Kentucky.
Party organization is the cause
of the recent Democratic gains m
Benton County. A few years ago,
when the Democracy first put out
a ticket there was a big kick, and
only a portion of the ticket elected,
(ut the county Democracy has fit
last become thoroughly organized,
and proposes to have outire charge
of county ofHees-
Taum Baker, jr., editor of the
Huntingdon Republican, wants to
represent Carroll County in the
next general assembly ot the btate,
Wc would as soon Taum would rep.
resent Carroll as any Republican
we know of, but from the recent
Democratic gains in that county,
we don't see why a good Democrat
. should not be elected.
The recent election in this State
jdiow;, a decided disposition on the
part of the more intelligent Repub-
liciins to forsake the rotten him
of that party in Tennessee. There
arc Democratic gains in all parts
of the State notably so in Repul).
lican strongholds. Even Chatta
nooga wus carried by the Demo,
fiats, a thing that had notoccurm
there in thirty years. The attempt
en tin part of Congress to pass n
nnrtisan election bill to contra
.-lections in the South ou tho bay
onet plan, is driving the more in
t.-lligent southern Republicans out
of the party, and they naturally
join the Democrats, because it is
through the Democratic party thero
is any hope of good and just gov
Hen. John P. Lashled.
Of well-known, tried and true
Democrats of Benton County, none
are more widely known than John
P. Lash lee, of the tenth civil dis
trict. Mr. Lasiilee is a candidate
subject to the will of his pnvty- to
represent this county in the lower
house of the next general assembly
of Tennessee, and we so announce
him in our announcement column.
He is a native of Benton County;
is a self-made man, moral and high-
m inded, and a true Democrat. Ho
has served his county as magistrate,
sheriff, and representative, and as
such served his constituency to the
best of his ability, and to their sat
isfaction, and if chosen to again rep
resent tho county will always look to
the best interests of tho people.
His record is before the people
"We commend his claims to a just
consideration of the Democracy of
The deliberations of the road
congress, which assembles at Nash
ville the 20th of this month, will
be watched with considerable in
terest, as it is one of the most im
portant public meetings ever held
in Tennessee. Every one is more
or less interested in good public
highways; nothing conduces more
to develop the resources of a coun
try, or stimulates business so much
or adds more to the prosperity find
lappincss of a people than good
lighways. The public highways
of Tennessee are proverbially bad,
and the object of the congress is
o thoroughly discuss tho subject
of public highways as the first step
to have tho subject brought prom
inently before the next general
assembly of Tennessee. The con
ress will most likely fornmlate n
bill to be submitted to the next
general assembly providing for
the maintenance of good highways
throughout the State. The county
court of Benton has done its duty
in appointing intelligent men to
represent tho county in the con
gress, and the public good requires
the delegates to attend the con
gress and use their best endeavor
in the interest of good public higl
ways in Tennessee.
TnE Ecpublican House of llep
rescntatives lias stultified itself in
unseating llepresentative PiiECK
iMUUCE.of Arkansas. The charge
that the Democrats had full con.
trol and possession of the ballot.
box in the Plummersville district
for the purpose of stuffing it in tho
interest of Pheckixkipge, and then
destroying the box in his inter,
est is simply preposterous. If the
Democrats had stuffed the box in
the interest of CreckiKIiidge they
ft-oald not have stultified them
selves by destroying tho ballots.
It is presumable the Republicans
stole the box themselves and de
stroyed the ballot to justify them
selves in the eyes of tho public in
crying fraud against the Democrats.
If the true facts in the matter are
ever found out, they will probably
show a dirty republican trick.
Caukoll County has always
been a hot-bed of Republicanism.
The county offices for more than a
fourth of a century have been tilled
by Republicans. Rut year after
year as the people become more1
enlightened politically, Republican
majorities have grown beautifully
less until in the late election for
the county offices, two Democrats
were elected to two of the most
important ollices sheriff' raid trus
tee. Let the good work go on, and
soon Carroll County will be re
deemed and stand in tho Demo
The increased Democratic ma
jority in this county is a deserved
compliment to the ability of the
executive committee in their con
duct of the campaign.
THE STATE PRESS.
Tim lvnnlii;-Tii tnH v m lin IrAifVnv fl'.n
1 I J o f
pally Of thO Second part 111 DaVldscMl
County, but lias dropped into the third
place. Naskvillo I'amior.
From everv hill and hollow in the
Staio the glorious news ot a eompleto
. , . ,. .. , . . ,
vieioiy iui nie luiu's coinen iu eiiuer
When brother Baxter carries a county
in Went Tonnpssnn lin enn rnnie to Mem-
phis and wateli oue thousand Democrats
jump off the custom-hoiise tower. Meni
The Republican convention endorsed
tho force bill. This, if nothing else,
should down them in the eyes of all con
servative voters in Tennessee. -Troy
Mi. Euloe is not easily tired. He is
after Kaum and his conduct of the pen
sion department, and proposes to keep
up the hunt until he has run the game
down. Nashville Herald
It is a mere matter of form for the
Republicans to nominate a Governor,
as he has no chance whatever for elec
tion if the Democrats do not become
over-confident and fail to turn out as
thev should. Fulaski Citizen.
The Greenback party of Itedford
County, numbering just four gentlemen,
ield a convention at Shelby ville the
other day. The Gazette should have
loaned tho convention a few to be neigli-
ukjlij, umi no , me juunwiiwi. i
Hon. Lewis T. Baxter has twico re
fused the Republican nomination for
Governor, but accepted the third offer,
mm nun no iuiuutiiuo iiuuou iu uincuu 1
1.;,,, .,,wi -rri.tf i.r. ;,1n l of tl.n
.,.i 1- Arnt-
U1xu uu l-i
time is the charm."
Hna T.nlnn w mfinrr nr. l-,vntrv
& b t-.v.v
iu vuiijiiu.-i.-.. mo jfuittio uuvo gun
to calling him " Mr. Noble," of Tennes-
see, and Mr. Cannon, Reed's right hand
innii aii i.n liifm-u frV.iri aa f lno ii ai I
on tho Democratic side tlarksville
The poll tax law has shown one thing,
and that is that the people in tho coun
try, with very few exceptions, pay their
polls, while nearly ail the delinquents
are in the cities and towns. The law
wm aneci tno country vote, except in
heavy negro districts, but very little.
J j iivwo.
Mr. Baxter, the Republican candi-
cardinal point of Republican faith in
Tennessee the force bill. Such being
the case, Mr. Baxter can make nothing
but a timid, half-hearted campaign in
Tennessee His com-rience and judg
ment are both against him. Troy News-
The prospect is good for a grand Dem
ocratic victory in Tennessee in Novem
ber. The poll tax and registration laws,
aided by tho Dortch law, will prevent
tho regular immigration of negro voters
from adjoining States into Memphis and
Chattanooga, honest elections will be
held, and victory will perch upon our
banners. Milan Exchange.
Let those Republican organ? that are
exulting over the success of tho Alli
ance iu Tennossco bear in mind that
there is a radical difference between that
organization in this State and in the Re
publican ones. Hero the Alliance works
within and as au integral part of the
Democratic party. In the West it is
outaide of the Republican party and an
tagonistic to it. Maury Democrat.
. It was a great and important victory,
and wo shall discuss it further hereafter.
For the present it is sufficient to say that
it shows that Democracy lias a large re-
serve strength iu the country which cm
bo called upon whenever necessary.
upon whenever necessary
We are now stronger and better united
than ever before. Now for November
and Buchanan. Let us roll up even
larger majorities then. Maury Demo
Vl,,.f ti Lot !.
" " '" "l ' "'"lu l"1
Uemocratie liavty advocates reilneecl
taxes, economical government, and an
amplo circulating medium, lo carry
out these ideas will be to bring to the
farmers the relief they desire, and serve
to crush tho trusts and monopolies
which have wrought them so much in
jury. It is worso than folly to talk
about an antagonism of professions.
Every class, every profession, is depend
ent, one upon the other under our pres
eut svstem of social economy. Indis
ereet utterances bv irresponsible indi-
viduals are not the sentiments of an
uiiiLujuiiii, iiuu mo vapurmgs wi loin,
inflated with tho wrong idea of the ob
jects of his leaders, should not be con
sidered seriouslv for an instant, Mur-
Mir pi lees tor nummilf MIU c;iimiiialvs HVr : 1'c.
outness, fitlcen dollars, in iiilvuiien- for Klnln
unUns, ton dollins; fm ciMintyolliceH, rive dollars-
WT K-nre authorized to announce Cait. R. W.
AvitKM a candidate to represent tin: Kklitli
Congressional District in tin- Fifiv-Mccntiil Cnn-
gres i the United stales- subject tot lit' will r
me neinocratic pany,
FOR 11 El 'J, IIS ICX TA Till:.
TK arc anthoriecl to aiiiionnec lion. W. 1',
V AloitiiiMU Oeinocratie candidate to repre-
s,('" R'-i'tmi ('"niiiy in tin- Forty-scventh Ccncral
Assembly ol lennessee, Election November 4,
WK are nntlion.edto announce, Hoil.Toiin
Ion County in the Forty-seventh (leneral Assem-
hly of Tennessee snldeet tot lie will of 1 lie llein-
ocratio party, r.ieetion .oveniher 4, lsim.
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