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THE CHRONICLE
A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER,
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CAMDEN, Benton County. Tf.kn in
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shall spare no endeavor to furnish valuable
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cure a correspondent at every post-olllce In Ben-
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TUAVIS nitos.,
Camdk.v, Tkn.n
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Election first Tuesday in November, mm.)
For Governor:
. JOHN P. BUCHANAN,
of Hutherfojd Comity.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890.
The Wisconsin Democrats have
got together, and on a
fivrm nt. thnt.
The returns from the elections
in Maine and Vermont will furn
ish food for reflection.
WHAT has become of the inde.
i i. xi i j i
pcnueni, puny mat nominated a
State tifket in Smith Dnl-ntn 9
Several western Congressmen
have declined re-nominations, de-
1 -ITT i , TP , I
lOT; Woeln'nnT, Hfn 4 av I
clarmg Washington life too ex,
pensive for their income.
If the best men of the party do
uot turn out and attend the prima-
ries, do not by their votes and pres- years ! Again, fifty-eight Demo
ence and counsel .control the selec- ctats wTere elected to the lotver
tion of nominees, they will fail in
their duty.
The leading Democrats of the
mintrv nd members of Oonms
attribute the recent loss to the Re-
publican party in Maine and Ver-
mont to the progress- of the tariff
reform idea.
.
The Ohio idea promulgated by
the Democrats of that State, is a
most excellent one. It proposes to
break up trusts by taking away the
protection the tariff gives them
a principle that is going to win in
the next national campaign.
I HE Republicans Of the Jiilglltli
wmo ongressiuiiai xinii;i u.iv
still endorsing Blainb for Presi-
.i..x:l : T.. n
ueuuiii uuuimt-u. u uv,
the Republicans of the Eighth Ten-
nessee Congressional District still
indorsing AVabren Smith for Con
gressional nominee ?
It has been reported that a num
ber of Republicans will attempt to
vote in the primaries September
'20.. We advise the committeemen
to be- on their guard let none
but Democrats vote in the prima
ries, for no Republican will vote
for a Democratic nominee, and no
true Democrat desires to. be in any
way bound to support a nominee
who is at all dependent upon Re
publican votes for his nomination
The Democratic btate conven
tion nominated a good ticket and
there can bo no just ground for ob
iection against it by any loyal Dem
ocrat or good citizen, but that the
ringsters and schemers and chronic
grumblers will feecretly oppose it,
goes without saying. However,
the convention was conducted by
practical and influential men in
the Democratic party, who drew
up a platform that no sensible cit
izen can object to and upon which
John P. Buchanan will be elected
rinvprnnr of Tennessee by over
thirty thousand majority.
An
By way of explanation wo will
be more explicit in the definition
i mi. ti Tr ;r? I
mu teiw mining, ivmimg,
politics, wo understnnd to mean
opposing a party candidate secretly
or by under-handed means, partic-
7
.
ularly when the motive is not a .
,
puDiic-spiriteil one, out private
cA wv,,, J n 1;f 4
jii-vj. ui uiiu rv nuuti 1.5 i
one y.XQ lvSorts to these practices,
This class of politicians is found in
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everv community : wnen mev cau
, , ,
not get nominations tor tnemseives
or their friends they do not de-
nounce their opposition openly, but
resort to secret methods to accom
plish the defeat of their successful
rivals. If this definition of knif-
ers is correct, and we think 'it is,
llhfiv are a class whose nrnctiees
L I V1
1.1 1 1.,. 1U1
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common to be destructive of all
fort, and who deserve the most tin-
sparing condemnation which can
Ua ,-;,UQ.l rri,A fo 1,.
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U, I I t I 1 111 U l I 1 II 17 14 U I U-l I'UI I 1 1 II I I I 1 I (J l-UU I I
x.v, v i""""""'
in the success of the party, these
very men are the most clamorous
that everybody shall vote the ticket
straight only puts their conduct in
a worse light. A "bolter mayL;,,,,,;.,,,,,
sometimes oppose a candidato of
v -
the candidate is unworthy on pub.
In. rmMiTnl-hht r1noaU.m1v
and in a manly way, but there is
nothing manly about the kmfer.
. , 1 .. , . , ion of the Democratic party, and sup
The returns of the election held f ;,a . , , .. .
in Vermont last Mondav indicate
" " "
mat I'AGE, ine ivepuoiican canui-
date frvr (Invemor. wns p neteil bv
only 12,000 majority. When Dil-
LINGItAM the candidate of that par.
I
J
ty was electe(1 in 1887j his majority
was 27,616. Take the difference
and We find ft loss to the Republi-
can ticket of over 15,000 in two
house of the general assembly ; in
the last House there were only
twenty Democrats. Last Tuesday
the Republican candidate for Gov-
ernor in Maine was elected by n
plurality of only 6,326, about half
the plurality of the party in looO,
when Burleigh was elected Gov-
, i , .
i i j. n. e ii.
einui, iiiiu uuuuii uue-iuunu ui ul
plurality for HARRISON for Presi-
dent in 1888.
in lliese losses, bus-
tained at A time wlien the protec- vomnuttee, which provided that the at- months for 1.50. Subscriptions to be paid in ud
tive foatnref? of tlip MrKlNTvbill torney8e"era1 shall re-examino the r The regular subscription price of tho National
;orV
wry
and the purj)ose8 of the force
are beini? discussed, tells the storv
o
and the results in the two States
attorci a great deal or. encouracre-
ment for the Democrats, while the
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xiepuoiican leauers win nnu it very
difficult to explain the situation in
a satisfactory manner witliout con
ceding the fact that the people are
opposed to the McKiNLEy bill and
the force bill.
Tv !,;, Sc PUl.u;
campaign is xo ue lougni over again.
liut the same result that lias tol-
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lowed it in the past will follow it
acain. In everv instance where
n i i i i
t.ho rmlnhit,irn mi oaf inn iina hpnti
"
.. . , . .
maue h poiiucui issue us uauuwra
has sooner or later trailed in the
dust when the votes were countetl.
IHE way to select good men who
wui iuuu up tui muguiuuuiu m-
terests tor tne good ot ail tne peo- journal in West Tennessee is, as a gen
ple, is plain enough. If Democrats eral thing, of few days and full of grief.
who desire this end brought about
will ftitrnrl nf. tn nrimnrR. tho
the respect and confidence of all
for its nominees.
Lewis T. Baxter the Repxtbli-
can nominee opened his side of the
campaign at Nashville last night
The Nashville American of yester-
day talks as though there is some
...... ,,. ... , . ,
piuuauuuj ul u ituui lu6 ixum
tne race m ivelley s iaor, aiier
making a few of his pppomtments.
An Open Letter.
To the Kdltor of the Paris rost-IntelllKent'er:
In a late issue of your paper I notice a
criticism of my course in remaining at my
J
po8t of duty instead of coming homo " to
give an account of my stewardship. " I
do not remember that a single Democrat
iu the Eihlh Congressional District has
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the conGdence iu my constituents which
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tctivio ILK3 tU uuiicvo mat iiivj wuuiu jiavc i
called for me to come home, if they had
,, ,, ,, ,
thouht that uiy Hervices were more
needed bv rnv tiartv there than here. If
. ,. . I
trust niv naiominauon to
aiu willing iu i
, ri ; ;i..,t .c.i
"""uuuwl' '"" a
canvass certainly those wiio oppose my
nomination can not complain.
inereis st.nl another reason which has
weight with me, which under the-circum-
stances I am justified in stating. Dur
ing the absence of some of our leading
j members, who are speaking in favor of
tariff reform, Mr. Breckinridge, of Ken-
tucky. Mr- of Arkansas, Mr.
- f t 1 1 : j ir I
oiiuuBwt,oi xiuiiuib, nuii mywu, turning
otliersj were pursuing a certain parha-
mm,trv nny,oV nniiBflmtnf tiairr,,ao
with a view to attaining certain ends
which we thought important to our peo-
Ple - Mr' sPrin8or haJ t0 loU'e .to 1111
Bomo appoinimems as a larin missionary.
iur. lireckinrnige also had engagements
which took hnn awav. Wr. KoL'era was
.
taken eick and had to go home, and I was
requested by them to remain and keep up
the fiht- 1 have done 80 P to the -Pres-
"ll tIme,a"d Iny lnte,ntlon 18 t0 re!f aln
Viuiinbiiiii iiLn rru tine in w nci w ii.rn ai. uuuin.
My colleagues who went home to look
sons lor remaining Here.
I hope you will
tioa vnur inflnannu ir mit n full i-vfrt
and I assure you that I will, as I always
have done, cheerfully abide the decis-
B1 w FCDC,. tuo 1D-
sues ana uisctiss them belore Uie people
11 circumscances uaa permittea, but 1
must let my public acta plead my cause
before the people of my district, believ-
ig as i oo mat. xne surest roau to their
contillued confidence is to do all in my
power to deserve it. In their ballots on
the 20th they will say whether I have
failed or succeeded. You will please
publish this in your next issue.
Very respectfully,
B. A. Enlob.
The Southern War Claims Bill.
1 n asmngton correspondent t
M - uiiieAmericanmBpeaJung
of the passage of the southern war
ciaims om oy tne lower House ot
" , & '
t . , P T U0U8e 18 a
substitute prepared by Congressman
mi.. i:n ?i i .i
I Enloe
The only material amendment
isone agreed upon between Enloe and
inomas, Ulia.rman of the War CUUms
claims with reference to any new testi-
mony, and if he finds any cause for a
HBiir tfiol hod.oii . n,.t!.- .1 .
new trial he shall so certity to the court
1 tt njtw Diuiu rju i.Vlliiy lJ tlic I'UUJ L
"'ere is no cause for a new trial the Sec-
' "u"w""'i'v"'4'oisiwoHiiyexiHiiieiiiiiiuiiiKijnMiiiMHweuiaiiiitp
"
11,e C,aimi) must be iu'ted UPOn Within
six months. The-bill provides lor the
payment of claims to the amount of about
?o60,000, of which over $150,000 goes to
Tennessee, and a large portion to Shelby
I County. It is thought that the bill will
go through the s!enat witliout any an
tagonism, and during the present session
if t is protracted much longer.
1 no nnNuano nf tlm Kill e hm nb... I
entireI to the-manlv and a?t?resfiiv firht
made bv Mr. Enloe, of Tennessee, who
- " i
bas had the bill in charge. He cheerfully
mct defeat after (lefeat hat tlefeat never
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wiiaseu mm. lie came a train anu dv ins
1 b " 1 1110
skillful conduct of the bill and courage-
0U8 8tand lia8 WCJ1 the admiration and
resnect of both sides of the House, wimn
the bill passed to-day he was at once sur
rounded by memlKjrs on both sides eacer
to extend their congratulations.
T ,if? of the avmge Republican
Tl,e Milan Banner 1ms played its part
alld tllrne(1 its toes t0 the (,aisies- 11
never amounted to mucn, ana only illus
trates the fact that the ReDublicnna of
Gibson County are not a reading class,
and will not support an organ. Hunt
ingdon Democrat.
TlIB Tnd!flnftKtftta Rpnilhli.nil ,nn.
ti0n met in Indianapolis yesterday and
was opened by prayer! Great Jehovah :
The Republicans looking to the Lord for
favo" when they have ?eed over
theml This is an unmistakable sign of
weakeninK. When Republicans forsake
Reed and Uie devil there is some hope
left for the country .Nashville American. J
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Mint cane 111 atesaro: For
Congress, II ft con dollars, lit advance; for State
oinces, ten dollars; lor county olllces, live dollars
for coxgress
"lTE arc authorized to announce Cut. It. W,
y V Avium a candidate to represent the Kinlith
concessional i
fKi'fi1
..
)lst rtct In the Klflv-m-coiicl ('nil-
United States-subject to the will of
party.
WK are authorized to announce Hon. 15. A.
K.N'lok a candidate for re-election to Con-
press friiin this the KIkIiIIi J)istrl('t, c(inij)().seil of
the counties of iienton.Carroii,chcstcr, hecatur,
Hardin, Henderson, Henry, Madison, McNalry,
;mo i ciry, siioject to tlie action ot inc. iieuio-
crane primary election.
FOR REPRESEXTA TI VE.
XXTV - are authorized to announce Hon. W. ',
VV m
seniiienton - ..oimtyininei'orty - seveiitiH
(leneral
Assembly of Tcmiessee. Election Nove
mher I,
1S90.
WK are authorized to announce Hon. John
I'. LAsin.KK a candidate to represent lien
ton County in the Forty-seventh General Assem
bly of Tennessee subject to the will of the Dem
ocratic party. Election November 4, 1890.
Professional.
E. M. MoAULEY,
DE2STTIST
OFFICE OVER McDANlEL & FltY'S STORK
Camden, Tonn.
Will hereafter spend the first and "third weeks I
0f each month in Camden; the second week at I
Ulc Sandy; and the fourth at llolladay. com.
DR. R. B. TRAVIS,
PHYSICIA1T
AND OBSTETRICIAN,
OFFICE AT J. E. TOTTY'S DUUO STORE
Camden, Tenn.
J. A. CLEMENT. L. L. HAWKINS.
CLEIVIENT & HAWKINS.
Attorneys at Law,
Camden, Tenn.
Will practice in all the courts of lknton County
and the supreme court ot lennessee. collections
a specialty.
5:iy.
S. L. PEELER,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE AT THE COU11T-HOUSE.
Will Rive careful attention to 'all business en
trusted to my care. Collections a specialty
Also insurance agent for Knoxville and other
good companies. 1 ;ly.
THE
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