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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. '..1890.
The backbone of tho war. party
lins been broken. .
Enloe led the ticket in overy
county in the district.
Tennessee is no longer to; be
counted a doubtful State.
The defeat of McKinley fills
the Democratic heart with joy..
American workingmen are bo
ginning to think for themselves.
The news from the whole coun
try is a glorious tribute to American
Wiiat does B. Harrison think
of the 1G,700 Democratic vote in
There will be a few Republicans
in the next House, but they are go
ing to feel very lonesome...
This is a great country, includ
ing Michigan, Pennsylvania. Mass.
achusetts, and New Hampshire.
The Democratic ground swell in
tho Northwest plainly shows tho
antagonism of the farmers to the
new tariff law.
Blair, and Reed, and Cannon,
and McKinley, and Ingalls, and
Hoar can' now use: the bloody shirt
to wipe nway their briny tears..
The . enormous Republican loss
in the New England State is a
condemnation of the disgraceful
methods of Boss Quay.-and. Gzar
Tuesday! victory, was not a sec
tional one, .trier- Democratic gains
being overwhelming in New Eng
land and the West and Northwest.
The South ; made heavygains, but
hardly kept up with the procession.
RETURNS' from, the election in
Iowa show a falling off in the Pro
hibition votoof over 50 per cent,
from last year. This doubtless is
not due to the fact that the people
are less in favor of temperance, bu
they have learned, like the people
of Tennessee, that tho third party
movement is not the remedy for
any of our national evils.
The executive head of our Gov
eminent received a fearful blow last
Tuesday at the hands of the voters
of the United States, some of these,
too, tho very, States that contribu
tod so- largely to Republican sue
cess only, two- years ago. It is a
proverb as old as our language tha
"murder will out." May we not
conclude just now that honesty is
rapidly approaching the front ?
That1 there1 was dissatisfaction
and an unsettled feeling in the
minds of Republicans in the North
west and New England in reference
to their duty in tho political cam
oaiirn fust closed' has been appar
en for some time,, and the returns
MPy vindicate their decision to do
jffirht by ioing the Democratic for
csb- as the only means of relief from
She excessive burdens of taxation.
This- ia a great country, and it is
coming, out the black shadow o
18 A W ATERLOO
The Whole Country
BUCHANAN'S MAJORITY WiLL
3E CLOSE TO 40,000.
The Returns Show Democratic Vic
tories and Gains Everywhere.
Enloe, Castile, and Lashlee Elected
by- Handsome Majorities.
Our Sister County, Carroll, Capt
ured by the Democracy.
The most reliable returns from
over the State show that the Dem
ocrats have swept Tennessee like a
Buchanan will have a majority
of more than 30,000 over Baxter
and Kelley, and a plurality over
Baxter of. about 40,000.
Returns from the Third District
show Democratic gains sufficient to
wipe out the Republican majority
of two years ago, and insures the
election of H.. C. SxoDGitAss,. Dem
ocrat, by a majority of GOO over II
Clay Evans, Republican. Houk's
majority in the Second District is
reduced from 11,000 two years ago
to less than 3,000, and Alf Taylor,
in tho First District, gets in on a
farrow magin. - The remainingdis
ricts elect Democrats. Enloe's
majority is nearly 5,000. The Con
gressional delegation from Tennes
see to- the Fifty-second Congress
will be 8 Democrats and 2 Repub
The entire Democratic ticket is
elected in Carroll County fox the
first time since 18C8. Castile's
majority for the State senate in the
district is probably 500, . the usua
majority is less than 100..
Sufficient returns have been re
ceived to- show that the whole coun
try (California excepted) has gone
Democratic, a glorious tribute to
American manhood! The Demo.
cratic gain in the popular vote runs
up into tho millions, and the New
York Sun claims a Democratic ma
jority of 1G7 in the House of tho
Fifty-second Congress. The most
conservative estimate of the returns
so far show that tho next House
will stand : Democrats.. 227 : Re
LI J ra IT K n r
uncans, io,. finance,. i; iuor
mon, 1 ; Democratic majority,-123,
and the majority may reach 150.
Breckinridge and Cate, Demo
crats, have been re-elected from Ar
kansas; McKinley, in Ohio and
Cannon, in- Illinois, Republicans
are1 succeeded by Democrats..
The Democrats have captured the
legislatures of New York, Kansas
South Dakota, Illinois, Wisconsin
and New Hampshire, with North
Dakota, and Colorado' in doubt,
These legislatures will elect Demo
crata to succeed Republicans in the
United States Senate, which wil
give tho Democrats a majority in
Massachusetts astonished the
country by rolling up a Democrat
ic majority of 10,000 for Russel
Democratic Governors have been
elected in Republican States as fol
lows : South Dakota, Massachu
setts,. Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ne
braska,. Iowar Minnesota, and New
Hampshire, with Colorado, Mon
tana, and North Dakota in doubt,
The Democrat have made heavy
gams m every btato except Cali
Stoves, Sewing Machines,
West side Public Square, CAMDEN. TENN.
UDSON. HATLEY & GREER
tm, RieniBj. fiiiigns
DRY GOCDS, ETC.
Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, and Shoes, and Furnishing
Goods is complete. Tho latest
styles are represented and every
article is a bargain within itself.
We Buy for Cash and Sell for
ro r i: of juhxtox co vxty.
Notk. Democrats nre ileslmisitod by an ()
placed after the name, and Republicans ly a (t).
Districts. o S
W 5 H
First C9 18 ' 87
Second 101 42 143
Third CS 35 103
Fourth 30 40 7
Fifth 2'-! 70 7IW
Sixth CO 140
Betfcnth fit Dl
KiRhth 145 C7 212
Ninth: M 51
Tenth U2 15 127
Eleventh 1G n S3
Twclth 37 20 57
Thirteenth., 49 49
Fourteenth 39 24 03
Total 1,0S3 410 1,493
s n c
K 'J H
First CS 20 88
Second 102 45 147
Third 00 37 ICS
Fourth 37 39 7fi
Fifth 227 7 8 303
Sixth 88 71 159
Seventh 40 27 73
Kighth 138 l"t 239
Ninth: 55 1 K
Tenth 114 13 127
Eleventh 14 20 34
Twelfth 38 21 59
Thirteenth 4') 1 50
Fourteenth 40 24 U4
Total 1,082 498 1,590
FOi! STATU SKNATOK.
FOlt liEl'HKSENTATI VE.
a o o
First CO 5 71
Second 101 101
Third 03 03
Fourth 21 7 28
Fifth 210 19 235
Sixth : 85 85
Seventh .52 52
Eighth 188 188
N'lnth;: 55 55
Tenth 120 120
Eleventh 22 22
Twelfth 30 20 50
Thirteenth 4 1 49
Fourteenth 37 23 00
Total 1,111 75 1,10
:in the above;tablcs the returns from the ninth
district are onlv for the Faxon boxes, the olllcial
returns from tlie other voting phu-e in that dis
trict have uot yet been received
lad-La rauUmssKX BntW'iifc&H m&a run wsai
H In Eft !wr Ra ft Y
HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF
A complete line of Millinery has
just been received, embracing the
latest fall and winter styles. This
department will be in charge of
Misses McCullough and Hagler.
US TO SELL AT A CLOSE MARGIN.
Kellev for Governor received 14 votes in the
Leander Wright was elected magistrate in tho
sixth district to succeed (1. 1!. Greer, resigned.
For Congress :
11. A. Enloe
John P. lhichanan
lA-wis T. ISaxter
For State Senator :
J..M. Castile 1,020
W.. Caraway 559
Castile's majority 401
J. P. Lashlee 1,111
W. G. lioberson.. .
Lashlee's majority 1,030
Taking the vote cast forGovernor, the strength
of the two parties in lienton County is arrived at
as follows :
1 K'inocratic vote 1 ,OS2
Republican vote 49S
Combined vote 1,580
Democratic majority 584
In 1SS8 the vote vl the two parties for Governor
1 lemocratic vote 1 ,054
Republican vote 043
Combined vote 1,097
The result of Tuesday's elections
in the New England and the North
western States may be regarded as
very significant, demonstrating the
fact that tho very small amount of
tariff leaven, distributed during the
Cleveland Administration, is slow
ly but surely permeating the mind
of the American people, and that the
unprecedented Democratic gains in
all the States where elections have
been held this year must be attrib
uted to some moro powerful agency
than mero "off years" or Republi
A discriminating and burden
some tariff and tho Republican idea
that tho Treasury of the United
Statesbelonged to the Grand Army,
and the defiant outrages perpetra
ted and attempted by tho present
Congress on tho rights and liber
ties of the people are beyond ques
tion the moving causes of this wide
The patient and unwieldly mass
es are always slow to discover the
real cause of their burdens and are
loth to resent tho specious legisla
tion which compel the many to
contribute to tho few, that the poor
may grow poorer and the rich may
grow richer. But when once fully
aroused and thoroughly impressed
that a wicked injustico is being
done them, no power on earth can
LUMBER, GROCERIES, ETC.
We also carry a large lino of
Doors, Sash, etc., Paints and Oil,
Bridles, Saddles,. Hardware, Fam
ily Groceries, etc. Our stock is
full and complete in all branches..
Cash or Barter
, mm, m.
Southwest Cor. Square,
, CAMDEN, TENN.
check the tidal wavo of revolution
that will sweep over the country.
The heavy gains made Tuesday
by the Democrats in some of the
strongest Republican and the most
highly protected manufacturing
districts, show beyond any ques
tion of a- doubt the cause of the
wonderful political changes now
going on, and show further that
Democracy has only to steadily ad
here to the line of tariff policy, as
laid down by honest G rover Cleve
land, to insure their return to pow
er in 1892.
That the Democratic idea of pop
ular government is steadily gain
ing favor with the people can no
longer be refuted or denied, even
by Republican demagogues. Its
leading features are that govern
ment should be for and by the
people ; that this is a white man's
country; that indiscriminate pen
sion allowances are inimical to-the
best interests of the people, and
that a discriminating tariff tax is
unjust and contrary to the spirit of
our Government. These go to make
up the differences between tho two,
great parties of tho present day,,
and should bo and are gravely be
ing considered by the people.
Tho Republicans claim that pro
tection enables our manufacturers
to pay better wages to their em
ployes and that they do pay better
wages than free-trade countries,,
can not bo sustained by the proof,
nor can it be proven that tho con
dition of tho laboring masses in
this country is better than that of
free-trade England. It may be
true that our laborers are paid more
per day in dollars and cents as a
rule, but tho difference will not be
gin to pay the excessive tariff on
nearly all the necessaries of life
which the laborer is compelled to
purchase. Take every class of la
borers in this country, and you
will find those employed by pro
tected industries in a worse condi
tion than any other. In fact four
years ago this was'Tifyout the only
dissatisfied class .we had. All tho
labor riots, strikes, and suffering
come from the protected districts,
and these people are slowly realiz
ing tho truth that protection does
not protect them, but makes mil
lionaires of their employers.
The political revolution now go
ing on is exceedingly significant.
The few souls in Denton County
who scratched Buchanan and Cas
tile will hardly . have the nerve io
j admit it