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The Plattsmouth Journal; r t.
1 lir.isk.i L itv entirclv.
Ithe city election results!
I I ltI.IIIKI K.KKIA AT
11. A. BATKS. rriu.isiiKi;.
nliT. il M tin' '' t I'IkIImiii'iUIi. Ne
ln !. r vvitnl.'lit nuttier.
Tin: city ek-etion this ye.ir was
one of the most exciting contests
ever held in the history of ri.itts
month, ami a j;ieut ileal of ill-feel-itiK
has ken engendered among
our citizens in consetineucc.
"Vor are the lest American in
the room," said President Roose
velt as he was introduced to the
mother of fourteen children in the
presence of a group of Senators.
The Senate has not given birth to
anything in a long time.
Tin: real cause for the coal strike
lies in the fact that mine operators
want the strike and the miners are
silly enough to aid them. The
coal trust has vast quantities of
coal stored up and they want to
double the price, which would
save the expense of operating
the mines besides bringing enor
lU'STKK Hkown is so busy with
his senatorial boomlet that he has
no time to prosecute violators of
the anti-trust law. He simply made
a lot of smoke to blind the eyes of
the people to his real purpose, but
some of them have regained their
sight and the State Journal candi
date no longer looks good to them.
j Tin: agony U over and all H"? I Juj Yofo ClSi for ElCh Candidate tol
'defeated candidates now to the wul i
i . , I
dt the voters. i
Majority Received by Wards.
11. W. Clement, d No opposition
John Lut., d lit
Il'ittort Patton, r 41
Lut.'s majonty I'1
'ir can't sometimes always tell '
how elections are going,
henchman aie claiming the
wiienjA URGE TURNOUT
H. C. McMakkv won't be street
commissioner, nor is he howling
for an "American for mayor" to-dav.
Tkk.vciikkv is one of the ele
ments displayed in this campaign.
Don't those fellows feel pretty
Hi: nson was nominated for mayor
by the republicans in Omaha yes
terday. Jim Dahlmau is the demo
cratic candidate and stands a good
show of "getting there."
No Disturbances and the Election Passes
Otf Very Peacefully.
; Total vote cast f.r mayor ''l'
AT THE POLLS Mayor r.ering's majority ;"
Archer's majority .
Kl.sler'a majority "
U. W. Clement No opposition
It is reported that our sheriff
was around town the other night
bettting on the result of the city
election. Don't he know that bet
ting is considered gambling and
restricted bv law?
As i.onv. as some people can have
I heir own way in representing for
eign monopolies, it is all right, but
is soon as a quietus is attempted
on their robbing process, they be
gin to squirm.
Willi. i: the attorney general is
shedding such juicy tears for the
dear people, why doesn't he look
after the harvester trust? Norris
tooted his horn so vociferously af
ter winning the I'.urlington tax suit
that some people were led to be
lieve he was the greatest trust bust
er that ever came down the Pike.
And then he rested. Alas! Lin
Tin: readers of the Journal will
hereafter get more local news. For
the past week our columns have
been principally taken up with
campaign literature. Hut now
that election is over our attention
will be paid as usual to news.
The election Tuesday was one of the
most exciting In the annals of Platts
mouth, and while this was the case it
Is remarkable that everything parsed
off without any disturbances whatever.
The vote In the different wards was
large, and the result a surprise to some
of the friends of both tickets. As
will be seen party lines were not very
tightly drawn, and voters seemed to
have a will of their own In . voting.
While money Is said to have Mowed a
few days previous none was In evl
deuce at the polls. The following l
the olilclal vote:
KiiK MAYOU-HK-T WAISI).
Henry II. tiering, d
W. II. Newell, r '.'
Ncwell's majority l'
1-oI.K K .11 IM.K.
M. Archer, d
William Wcl'er, r
Archer's majority .'t
CITY ( I.KISK.
W. H. Ulster, d :4
Emmons J. Ulciicv. r '-:
Ulchcy's majority P'
II. V. Clement, d No opposit'on
William Hassler, d
Henry Sehluntz, r s.
Sehluntz's majority t
Tin-: saloons remained closed all
day yesterday and until the open
ing hour this morning, as per their Cering's majority
instructions from the county attor- j ivi.uk
ney. Never before in the history j M. Archer, d
of Plattsmouth was such authority
assumed by a county official in
Kill MAYOlE-SK.l ONI) WA1SD.
Henry K. tiering, d. . . . 1
W. II. Newell, r
Kidney Troubles Attack Plattsmouth Men
and Women, Old and Young Alike.
Kidney tils seize youn and old alike,
quickly come and little warning give.
Children sutler In their early years
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous suffer pain.
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Robust men have lame and aching
backs. Old folks, weak, rheumatic,
lame, endure distressing urinary ills.
The cure for man, for woman or for
child. Is to cure the causethe kid
neys. I loan's Kidney Pills cure sick
kidneys-Cure all the varied forms of
kidney suffering. Plattsmouth testi
mony guarantees every box.
Herman Jleruld, living on Winter-
steen Hill, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
procured at tiering & Co.'s drug store
have been used by more than one mem
ber of my family. All of them look
upon the remedy as a very valuable
one for backache. We are so highly
pleased with the results obtained that
without hesitation we endorse the
claims made for the preparation."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5ic
Foster-Milburn Co., P.uffalo, N. V.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's-aml
take no other.
Bidding tor a Landslide,
Champ Clark of Missouri has
mighty good reason for the declar
ation that the democrats are going
to win a majority of the house of
representatives this year without a
The great republican majority in
the house seems to have fallen into
the control of the tariff barons and
other special interests which direct
it as a private snap instead of an
organ of the popular will.
Demands with what should have
liccn recognized as invincible pop
lar support behind them have been
turned down by the republican ma
jority, and no good thing has In-en
accomplished oris expected except
through democratic co-operation
with a republican minority.
The republican party is booked
this year to wear sackcloth and
ashes for its sins against southwest
ern statehood and against western
growers of grain and meats.
Its tlat refusal to correct the tar
iff at points where it hurt our ex
porters of lievf, pork and flour is
going to le more bitterly and more
widely resented at the Noveinler
polls than any of its I Hisses yet rea
lize. Devotion to representative gov
ernment is bred in the very Uuie
and marrow of the American jn'o
ple, and yet the republican party,
through its trusted agents, has sub
stituted boss rule for freedom of
speech and representative govern
Vkkii.v the republican party, in
or out of Congress, is not ready for
tarilT revision. It will not be dur
ing its term of power. That task
remains for the democrats. Hut
Massachusetts is not going to get
free wool, free hides or free lumlier
so long as the South and West are
requir ed to pay heav tribute to in
dustrial trusts fostered by protec
William Weber, t.
Weber's majority H
city c I.KISK.
W. P.. Klster. d 140
I'.mmons J. lilenev. r :
Elster's majority! 41
11. W. Clement, d No opposition
W. U. Tippens, d Ifi4
Henry Donat, r 81
Tippens' majority 83
Splllman RIggs Lecture.
The high school lecture course was
brought to a successful conclusion last
night when the last number of the
course, Spillman Iliggs, was heard by
the exceedingly large and enthusiastic
audience that was present at the Par
mele. At half past eik'lit o'clock Mr.
Spillman RIggs was introduced by Su
perintendent Rouse, and from the
first to the last words of his address,
'The Humorous Side cf Life," the
speaker had the entire attention of
the people, w ho greeted his well timed
remarks w ith rounds of applause and
laughter. Regardless of the tact that
the lights went out several times, the
speaker continued to sway and charm
It is hoped that arrangements will
be perfected so that Mr. lliggs may be
secured for the next course of lectures.
The management of this series of
lectures are very much encouraged by
the closing number last night.
Tariff For Plunder Only.
"There are, of course," says a
prominent writer on political topics,
"two honestlv tenable views of the
tariff question. Hut both the hon
est advocates of high tariff and the
honest advocates of low tariff arc
agreed in opposition to tariff for
When American sewing machines
are seen to sell abroad at 515 and
here at fJ5; when borax costs 7).;
cents here and but one-third of
that abroad; when nails, of the
teel trust, sell abroad for S.V10 a
keg and at home for $4.50; when
our window glass brings twice as
much at home as tl'ie trust sells it
for abroad; when steel rails bring
52S at home and can te delivered
in lvngland for 516, at a profit of
54; when the beef trust sells meat
for 25 to 50 ivr cent higher in Buf
falo than just across the Canadian
line; when the farm implement
trust sells a reajHT cheaper to a
man in F.urope then to an Illinois
fanner who goes direct to the main
office in Chicago when on almost
KOU MAYOIl TIIIISI) WAK11.
Henry It. Gering, d KW
W. II. Newell, r 127
Novell's majority IS
M. Archer, d 8
William Weber, r 74
Archer's majority 13
W. P. Klster, d 73
Emmons J. llichey. r !4
Iliehey's majority 21
11. W. Clement, d No opposition
F. II. Stelmker, r !'l
J. V. Kgcnberger, d 74
Stelmker's majority 17
Soothes Itching skin. Heals cuts or
bams without a scar. Cures piles,
eczema, salt rheum any itching. Doan's
Ointment. Your druggist sells it.
KOU MAYOU KorKTlt W AISD.
Henry R. C.erlng, d 81
W. H. Newell, r 89
every article in common use among
jnent of the house. the American people the trusts ex-
The country has Ken ringing act bv means of Dingley schedules
for a e.r with with effective pro- a demonstrated surplus profit over
tests against rule and machine ; and alxne the profit they make on
methods, and yet the republican the same article when sold to for
congress and administration insult ; ciguers, the general perception of
the voters by carrying those nieth-Jthe hideous fact by the people U
uds dining the past winter to an gets ajiinanimotis opposition. High
extreme hitherto unknown in tariff or low tariff it matters not
I'OI.ICK JI IHIK.
M. Archer, d 8'
William Weber, r 7!
Archer's majority 8
W. . F.lster, d 100
Kmmons J. llichey, r
F.lster's majority :is
11. W. Clement, d No opposition
HU M 1 I.MAN.
C.eorge Dodge, d so
F. H. Newman O'.v petition) 7-
Dodge's majority 2
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Apcrfecl Remedy forConslirwi
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Worms .Convulsions ,r"e verish
ncss nnd Loss of Sleep.
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For Infants and Children.
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
TMI Of NTHUII OMMNf. MIW TOM OITT.
GUTHMAN BROS., PROPS. eeeeee
The rcpuhlicin congress li.islx.in
liuhlins hi'i winter for a l.nul
slide in thin year's polling, aiul is
likely to ;et something very neatly
resembling it. The landslide habit
has been growing chronic since
1890, and unless all signs fail this
is the year for it to slide to the
what a man's theories are; ho is
against a rob!cr tarilT which en
riches the trusts nt his expense.
There's no necessity in that only
'1 suffered habitually from constipa
tion. Ioan' KoRulet relieved and
strennthcned the bowels, so that they
have been regular ever since." A. E.
Davis, urocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas.
Henry 15. tiering, d
V. 11. Newell, r :,o
Bering's majority '.".
iiii.u k .n ix.K.
M. Archer, d 1
William Weber, r 43
Archer's majority a
( ITY I. ITlSh.
W. 15. Elster, d 79
Kmmons J. Ulchey, r ,2
Ulster's majority .. 27
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
First House West B. & M. Depot
We Solicit the Fanners Trade
and Guarantee Satisfaction.
When in the City Give Us a Call
15he Perkins Hotel
Bottled in Bond.
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XEbe 3Best mbislw
ts tbc Cheapest
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Poor Whis y is not only dis
agreeable to taste, but undoubted
ly in jurioua to the stomach. A lit
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helps instead of harming. Such
Whiskies as Yellowstone, for in
stance, will do you just as much,
good as a doctor's prescription. If
you don't know how good it ia
come in and try it.
Ciuckenlieimer Rye, per gallon... II 00
Yellowstone, ' " ... 4 00
Honey Dew, " " ... 3 00
Big Horn, " " ... 2 00
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dur trimmed and pattern
hats are now ready. They
will te on display
Saturday, April 7
and all next week. They
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find In the city.
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