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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1891)
OMAHA, Mil., TMUHSOAV, NOVtMltIK 3, I mi.
Henru Ostlioff Is Uurrled Beneath an Avalanche of
Votes Perhaps or A. P. A.'s.
Indications Point to tlw Election of Every Man Endorse
by the A. P. A.
BENNETT FOR SHERIFF.
Eller for Countu Judae, Olseri for Comptroller, Berka
for Police Judoe,
While Messrs. Bach, Steel, Edwards, Jacobson, M dearie,
Prince, Munroe and Jacobson Are Elected.
HENRY BOLLN, TREASURER.
While Balwin, Wilcox, Long, Gibson, Morrison, and Brad
Icy will Serve as Justices of tho Peace.
1 he Board of Education will
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by Jaynes, Oibson, Babcoch, Elyutter and Powell.
POST CARRIED THE STATE,
And it Looks as If Daris, Doanc, Ferpson, Hopewell, Irvine, Keysor, and
Scott Were Elected District Judges.
Frank K. Moon i KUrU'd Clerk of tint Dwtriftt Court, Sock
olt County CJcrk, mid livy I'rofmMy County TniHur!r,
MAUL WILL SIT ON THE ROMAN CORPSE.
it Is TliooEtit that Geo, V, Hill Is Elected County SiiDcrintcndciit, and Doc, Ceo,
Sinitfi will Ijc Surveyor.
Stwibortf in Klcclcil County CoinrinnHioni;r y mi Ovcrwlitl
OUTRAGED JUSTICE HAS AT LAST BEEN VINDICATED.
Tho battle tnix been foiilif ; victory Im perched upon our biumer, and law
njid order will prevail In the cliy of Omaha for two jew to oomo.
, UoodlcrlMii Inn been Milmtrgid luiieiiih vnve of public dim, provnl.
i JIoneMy of purpose rind of principle hiivn won b but lift tenfold more dear
to l'rotestant hcnit today thrui any that fin been fought for truth, iistlco
od right In hi my years.
An ijntriimmidlnd ballot, it necessarily honest count and it (letcinili'Hiiun on
lU prt of tlin Protestant tiupnyer of thU city, united In rescuing thl great
olty from t ho bane of Unman Intrigue,
Have New Lije Infused Into It
. . : ' . 'V.-. 2 -.... ... n ,
dUhoncsly and corruption, and placing
her la-fore tho world its n city proud tf
lnr freedom, jet prouder, by far, of Iht
fulr fame ninl honorable name, which
lino, lit tin pari, been -.mlrthed by
rll kinds of disgraceful, unlawful nml
iIIhIojhI proceeding on the part of iiiimi
win htivti tn't'n hi rlmrgfl of her Inter
mil ftlViilrn. '
The protestations ot I'iik AMritn'AN
were not heeded, it ft advice wu scorned
nnd Its itlui nml object made thn target
for vile itud vllliftnou attack.
Those men who were courageous
enough to covertly sympathize nml
tho' who were brnve enough to openly
iivow their allegiance to the principle
it mlvoimlcd were inullnged, llbled
mid HMHiiulied by the iliiHtunlly oowiinbi
who hitvn ever found nrjfument un
fruitful, nml bruin force, burg'nry nnd
the torch thn nnrnt puleiit fitctorci In
turning piibllo opinion in their favor,
Iti upeelnblo clllium wore hhniiuIIikI,
their home hnvo been milled, their
hinilnoHM jioHccU dittuiiged by the
Koiiinn (,'uthollo boyitotl,
All thU wim known.
And w lint, wit the renolt Y
i'ublio Hetitluient took it rcliiiHu,
'J'hn truth wn looked i'UH.rely fn the
JumP, bfil tlui.Jj'HMfi Uiy jbiid forced
Uion dm whh met, and today ,
TIIK KNKMlf m OtJIW.
(Jen. 1', Hernln, ono of thn fiiOMt fiter
irUlng of OirMlut'ft clllzeim, linn been
d'eoteil nniyor by tin overwliehtilng
'I hi i nicmii iimicIi,
It nieiiriit thitl. thn Nuloori'i undir our
new election luw cimnot control the
vote they did under the old uleni.
It men tm t (ml J'rot iHii( iiro nwnke,
'I hut they nre weting on the defensive,
ind Unit when they detertninM n thing
nhonld be tojijied, Unit it wrong ejilut
whh h ought to be righted, they do not
riive nbout whntthey will do, but go
ijiilelly to work end rnnedy the evil,
ii nd then jmrMie the even tenor (f their
wny, tm though nothing out of the umnil
run hfid lniiieiied. f!y their notion
jemerdny, they pinned their wtnmp of
(llmupproviil upon nil thoe who were
even In the uiot reinote wny, Implicit
led In the mnny iiitenipl to Injure, not
only the InlereKlKof our cllleni, but
ofmir city it well. They mild to the
oiiImIiIo world, we urn convinced the
time Jinn arrived when the nir.iirx of
Ktltie should be i rented from the Itotii iu
power, They ere now itrrognrit nml
(llcliilorliil almost beyond endurnnce
lin y hnvii c overed our dty with Infamy
and theniHclves with llsgracef therefore
we kIimII enierel the power vested In
im by the eoriNtif.ulloii of the (Jnlted
Hlalen, and relegate ell KmiunlttN to
the otdivlou of the past,
Jfow well did they sucneed t
None iver nccinnplUhed ntk iuor
Tlo re wan not n Uomnulst elected.
The American's for AmerlenV
were In It, and their friends rejoice
with them, at their well-deserved vie
The election of Mr. Hemls, in itself,
would amount to cty little were he
alone at this time; but, turroumlcd ns
he will be by true and loyal American,
he can do much to advance the Inter
ests of this great metropolis of Ne
braska; lie can do mill h to rid tier of
he Uoniiin (lathollii crliiiliinls who
come here to "turn it trick" each mho
(ceding winter, In ordi r lo gel winter
lodgings nnd n boarding house where
they do not have to pay for Jielr tiieaU.
These criminals have cost this county
IhousamU of dollars annually, and It Im
lime they were driven out. Oneo the
city Is rid of that IiiwIcm element, It
will II ml It it (liflicult matter lo get a
foothold Item again. Ami this will be
one of the roulls of t he election of Woo.
P. Iti'inU, Another thing that will
naturally follow will licit (Increase In
the titx levy which has hern'.ofoio been
it bug-bear to nil properly owners; and
when it levy N made It will ix.t go for
the payment of meals for criminals,
but for public Improvements, winch
are badly need In immy seclioiiN of the
city, and more particularly on liiutven
worth west of SIteontli, nnd I'ark av
nm fl of Jenvno worth, wher thn
rotten block used by Roman cunt mot
or bnve worn out and madu those
street itlmost lifipassnble,
Following (dosely b(dilnd (Jeo, I'.
HcmU comes Henry llollu, Then. Ole
sori nnd Louis llerkn. Their election
Is also conceded, and thn only place
where the ticket endorsed by the A, V.
A, and backed by the Protestant xhow
the Int't sign of being knocked out, I
on the oflbw of city cl i k, It. (I, Arm
strong Is cl iliiii d to be elected by some
member of the central committee of
the A, P, A., and this cbilm I conceded
by mnny lending republican. The
count I very Incomplete, yet what pre
cinct hive been heard from IndleaUi
that tf.e context I mo close that TlIK
Am Mica N feel like ridmlltlug one
ItitilHU (Iilliollo ha been elected to
olllce In Omtiliit,
At this lime, H n, in Thursday, In
dication point to the election of JSnek,
Md word, ,1 icobson, Howell, Ht I, Mo
Iearle, Prince, llcehel and Monro n
Thn county ticket seem (o Im safe,
llennett Im a majority In twenty-!
dltrlcts. Ho bus Kller, Moorcs, Hack'
ell nnd Maul,
It I barely poslble that Adnm Huyder
Is reelected, although Irey' friend
claim be ba a lifilillug (liunee.
TDK tOtrNI'V TI'.'KCT.
Thn biiet return on tho eoutity
ticket give the following ft the vote
received by the vnrlou (undldntn)
(.'lerk of dUtrlet court -Moore,
H,.'II7 (Jmiiioii, il.dIO,
For sheriff Itciiuctt, 7,472, Itoyd,
For coi.nly treasurerIrey, 5,72ft;
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