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tslTHE DAILY MIRROR
J. BURGESS ... Business Manager
4. G. HOLLAND Editor
;. M. ARMSTRONG. .City Editor
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WKONKSDAY, NQVHMUBR, (i, 1007-
Bides. Tho liberal eloment has ac
cused him of being too Btrlot and
tho radical element has criticized him
for his liberality. Mayor Schorff dur
ing his first term endeavored to
tako a position which was fair to
both bides: and that his course, wns
Indorsed is shown by tho vote of
From a parely party standpoint, tho
result Is more than "gratifying because
Marlon county Is not only democratic
but the city as well.
fl'lio victory of Harry S. Klllotl is
Indeed a signal one. Elliott waB
made to tako tho blunt of the nttack
along strict political lines. He mado
a most remarkable race and his elec
tion proves that ho must be reck
oned with when his name appears on
So on through tho. whole ticket
Individual mention might bo made of
each candidate and each victorious
man. Hut tho fact that tho city
council will no longer bo solidly re
publican should please every demo
crat. For the past two years" every
chair In council chamber has been
occupied by a republican, but after
January jflrst, three democrats !A.
W. Bryant, II. F. Waples and .1, .1.
Rudolph will bo upon tho floor and
jthese three men will be heard from
during tlie next two years. l
The School IJoard election results
keep tho board non-partisan, just ns
It should bo kept. Partisanship
ON OUR BANNER
Tho battle of the ballots Is fin
ished and (Marlon men can now
resume the even tenor of their
way, that Is tho republicans can
pursue this course, whllo every
democrat must bo excused for
taking a few days off to celebrate, should not enter Into tho schools of
Tho result In the county Is all the city. The regular nominees or
that could be asked. It was really the two old parties were elected and
bettor than tho most enthusiastic, the majority of the citizens arc sat-
'& hnd anticipated. W. T. Smith wns Med.
elected by one of tho most hand-
1 somo majorities over given a can.
dldatc for representative Ho
fa camo out of the country precincts
with a majority of almost flvo bun.
and In tho city this figure
, wltli (
jt. was steadily increased.
In tho city the result was not so
fy gratifying. Democrats who would
. mako most excellent oiriclnlG
ti? vero defeated, We do not mean ly
,V say n word derogatory to the men
, who were elected In their places.
l They are all men of ability and
?t wo believe will mako. good officials.
i Thero Is no use In going around'
In tho history of Marlon and Mar.
Ion county closed when tho polls
closed Tuesday evening. Although
' In i ..
y ed, but tho result. nB it stanrtH Is uua was Kcnorauy accepted as a
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J. VOrV CratlfVlnC to flin inmnnmtln .BU tmiuu "UU
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Hr the bush about tho matter wo
would have rejoiced to see every.
V man on tho democratic ticket elect-
While the dcm6crats are Jubilant
over their victory at many mints,
there Is yet sorrow that all of Its
nominees were not elected. Good
men were defeated and the check of
no democrat need flush when he re
fers to the 'municipal ticket or 1007.
We are thankful for what we got
and only sorry that It was not more;
The victories have' left n good taste In
our mouths and we are only anxious
for the time when we can retrieve
that which was lost, Tuesday.
A CLEAN CAMPAIGN
--r myft "
Ono ,of tho hottoat campaigns
- party. While wo have no crltl.
,n clsms to offer upon the republicans
i who were elected, neither havo wo
" for thoso who wero defeated.
Every victorious democrat has tho
t pleasuro'of knowing that ho de-wt-u
Seated n strong man and every vic
torious republican knows that ho
had to defeat a good man to" win
tho plnce. Tho same can bo said
. for tho dofeated aspirants. Every
g, defeated democrat has tho consola.
tlon that It took u good man to
'turn tho trick, whllo every do
feated republican has tho samo
At two points on tho tlckot is
the result particularly gratifying.
Tho election of William T. Smith
-aiuuiisnes mo fact that .Marlon
county Is still democratic by a
very nico majority. As pointed
out, tho Independent voto cannot
ho said to havo cut a fltrurn in
tho rotlirnu no l,.,ll,.t.. i... ..
J ""mill. IIIO J)Oll
-ftical complexion of tho countv.
jv Rev. irensol drew almost, If not
j quite a3 many votes from tho
j democrats as from tho republicans
, In somo precincts this may not bo
Ctruo. but In tho main, tho returns
j Jndlcato this, Tlite much is certain.
fMarlon count Is not In tim
republican column as somo would
havo us bollovo, but Is so firmly en-
-nrenched in the democratic column
Kf.lhat It will require years to cluingo
It. William T, Smith has won ono
Si" of the most signal victories o: tin
is party In yearn.
y 'J'he othor point where tho tasto of
j 'victory will bo lasting Is in the re
j election of .Mayor J,owls Scherff.
fl (Mayor Scherfr is conceded to bo tho
ibest mayor Marion has had in years.
j Ho lias endeavored, conscientiously,
II to' sorvo tho citizens and do that
K which ho dceniod best for the Inter
ff Jests of tho whole city. For his atti-
was at a fever heat throughout
tho entire county, whllo in tho.
city, tho temperature more nearly
approached tho boiling point. Tho
campaign was a close ono. Person
alities were not Indulged' In and
no man sought to besmirch tho
character of his opponent. Tho
battle was mado along tho Issues
at stake, or by a personal sollclta.
tlon iinon tho rnirt nf iim nn,u.
dutes and their friends. Not a
candldato, either victorious or do.
icated has anything for which to
bo sorry. Knch man can take his
opponent by tho hand and compli
ment him upon his campaign nnd
Wo cannot help wondorlng how
tho Cleveland election returns wero
received at the White House.
President Roosovolt probably wish.
es ho had rested upon his roputa.
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Latest reports from Third Ward,
Precinct C Indicate that Elliott is
The lateness of tho returns makes
It Impossible for us to glvo an ab
stract of tho vote toduy.
Well! What' If you did havo to stay
up all night uto get the .returns?
Wasn't It worth It?
It Just sepmed to bo In tho air
yesterday and everybody caught It
Tho democrats aro wearing tho
smllo 'that -won't come off.
Burton to make tho
When you seo a man wearing a
new hat now, you can put It
down that , he won It on tho eloc.
tlon, nnd tho man who wears an
old ono, bought a new ono for the
, iudu lift has booa eonurAtl upon all
Three Leaders in big club of.
er. Ilrllnpatnr. Mi-Dnu .
(jiyerld' Work. Sinflc copy
. IJrlce S6 6o can 'he had fnr nn
II three pubiicatlohs for one emr
ch. We can jiavr you money
v C, G. Wlant
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
.V .The BoaM of Poet Oudi.
Comparisons indlcnto that tho
llensel voto camo about ovpnly
from tho two old parties. Kspo.
dally is this true In tho country
precincts, excopting In ono or two
There Is no u&o trying to "rub It
In." .Tust remember tho time when
tho same hlttor pill was forced down
your throat and havo a little com
passion on the other fellow.
If you think tho Marlon voter
does hot know how to scratch his
ticket, just ask any of tho Judges
or clorks of Tuesday's election.
Donnor und bloltzon 1
FROM THE COMMONER.
Tho Knickerbocker Trust com
pany's finish wus in short pants.
iWhon Uncle Joe Cannon kicked
that football soventy.flve feet ho
must havo had ljls' niliid on thoso
who would rnvlso 'tho tariff now.
Mr. ,1 Augustus Ilelnzo Is In
a pos.tlon to glvo,px'poit testimony
to 1he fact thattifb Itockefi'ller
Rogers combine -jls not yet down
Whllo Mr. Hafrlmaii . tuid -Mr.
FIbIi aro lighting for control of
tho Illinois Central V lot of under:
paid men aro keeping tho road In
Concemlhg tho'.dlsappearnnco of
that ,$.i2,()00,Ono"c' .Standard, Oil
money two or three. New York's
financial Institutions'' seem amply
able to furnish n'tv nllbl.
Surgeons removed'' h portion of
Edward UrldgeniariVfl ', brain, ancl
within six woekanftor ho was
convalescent Hrldgenmn liorpetrat-
ed 200 robborles7;i:ho surgical bill!
HI inn Stnnr nrl Oil inmnttiv mii
Some financial Institutions, find it ))0 80jq,uhlllB cnormou nilrt lho
company's scalpiriiist look as
E FROM HIS EXILE
Man Who Has for Years Been an Outcast Ojecls to Re-
turn to the State of Kentucky ?'
: Finley With Gun.
Indlauapolls, Ind., Nov. GJ Frlerids
of W. S. Taylor and Chades Fin--
fey ' asserted today that Taylor-' and
Finley will return to Kontucky? Toy-:
ldr and FJnloy did not retlrri until
2. ft. m when they were. assured
fyjlong distance phono by tho chn)r
man of the .Republican stuto commit
tee at Iulsyiyedthat Kentucky - hod
extremely dllllcult to stand on
their own copper bottoms
It scorns that St. Louis Is' much
better at hoisting balloons than at
greeting free bridges.
Tho firemen on flio Lusltanla
iiro coming in for somowhat bo-
lated credit for that record break
If tho president still yearns for
excitement since tho bear hunt ho
might find, It by going to tho fescuo
of Mr. Hurton.
Nobody seomod to think Tt
worth whllo to go to tho trouble
qf keeping count of Conley's voto.
Tho majority of democrats do
not seoni to caro a rap toduy, how
soon It decides to get cold
(Vihll tho Star's editor continue
Jo try to throw sand Into tho
oyea of tho h. D,,0.f
Instead of fooling badly Sir
Thomas I.lpton should think of tho
fnto of sovoral. ot)ior gontlomon.
who of .late havo "lifted ilo
CUI)'" -.. 'V 1' -
Whllo! 'ttBJaiaoRijffiiraq hflht
lng real 'beJirlsaiinthe'Slke8 thler?
was somo; ,tair hustllngj1 by other!
beam tn U'aa frnra rmlnff k.ilrn
..,, . ,, b.me, uumu,
cut;up as a. patclfwbrk quilt.
stock now, practically,, worthless
will become valuable per' pound.
Mr. Hnirlmatijsnyri thero is
plenty of money Jn" tho conntry.
Quito true, nndseveral ,'oastorn
cities aro wshlnp!irat:r.tiio country
uig up aim seiKi some
Somo New Yor)c lawyers of
"cabinet rank'hbiild Bton for.
ward, and oxpa!njhow their fees
In tho Metropolltantractlon cases
became mixed uplwlth tho" "yellow
Thore may l'fppnsolallon for
sonio In tho' rapidly advancing
prlco of papor, ffJ tiio'prlco contliu
lies to Hoarn'ldtpttfftlflcatCB pf
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Secretary Taft Issued, Instruc.
tlons thut ub Intoxicants wero to
bo served at any of tho banquets
tondored him. This naturally lends
tho old Cincinnati contingent to
suspect him of "nature faking."
Tho" Panama canal sconinilsslon
ers nro boasting because they move
an avorago of 2,000,000 cubic yards
of earth a month. Tho old Mlsourl
river can beat thnt record In twenty-four
hours and, never hulf try.
lOn September .10, m0" tho Pod.
ford, ipn Gazette completed Its
ono hundred and first year. Tho
Gazctto has been democrats lor
one hundred and ono years, undls
."a democratic still," not a still
democrat. , .
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'ii .1 ftqlf
"I have been urging tarjff .re
vision for tho last three yarp."
solomnly 'declares; Senator Iodgo
of Massachusetts, Up or down f
'"What. Is a democrat' ,is
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Mm, i,iu iiuiuuv nuury 01 mo
Now York World. Pretty , nearly
everything tho 'world claims to. ho
andisflX"'4 -'" '' ' "' 1' '
rhmr. I. OmtyOn
That I ,t
Laxative Bromo Quinine
tun Tmmmtm even mwANUMfiwriir.
Always remernbfi'tbe fall name, look
Jbv m 0 MWt trim
Republican Victory in Ken
tucky will Furnish Al
leged Murderer a
i New Trial.
Louisville, Kyv., Nov, (J. Tho re
publican victory in Kentucky will
Uavn a, decided bearing on tho
caso of ', Caloh Powors, four, 'times,
,convlcted of complicity ,rln tJTo
assassination of (Governor Goobol.
Wlllson, the new chief executive
of the state, has tho power of ap-i
pointing a trial Judgo If Powers,
as expected, objects to tho judge
now numed and swears him off the,
bench Wrt'VlU evidently appoint V
republican, Friends of Powere say
thnt now ho will get fair trlaj for
tho first tlmo vln . tho hls.tpry or
this ...famous cdso.Durlpg tho cam
paign Wlllson announced hat htf
would not pardoriOtf6!) 'Powers,
hut would mako ,hlm stand trial.
Business and Professional
LITTLE ADS LIKE THESE
BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER WHO
WANT TO DO BUSINESS.'
There, is not much In a iamohin-,,
i t i i ' r ., try ''ia!
ic.vt ii si;mm!h xvl mo vDest;.
That's Svhat the namo "Brims
kill''. stand1 for. Bo suro that' all
your I'Jiotos ,nnl Phbto work haa
the name Brunskiit stamped on. it.
You won't have the BEST unless
it docs. '
Don't forgo'tthht w make a
specialty of driving, rigs - for plcs
uro or business. jj
R. P. . PERRYy Union Si.'
Both Phones. ;
MODEL MEAT' MARKET. ;
Dealer in all 'kinds of 'Freak Wi
Smoked Meats. Sausage, etc.
W. O. MBRKLB.
140 S. Main f St.
Prof Frederic Berrymu,
Teacher ol' Vole, ant
Studio 400 E. Church cor.
Wo hayc tlio greatest variety of,
city property o any firm ia" Mar
ion. Wo havo,! business . properties
of various kinds to olfer fdr gro
cery stores, rcstnurants, bakery and
THE J. W. CLARK
. REAL ESTATE CO.
114 Court Street.
We buy waste paper of all kinds
and desciiptious. Also dealer ia
Scrap Tmn. Metals.. Rubber. Bot
tles, Hides. Pelts and furs.
Doth Poneir. 282-202 Fnrmi
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130 SOUTH BTATE gTREBT.
STAR BOTTLING WORKS
Manufacturer of carbonated bever"
(id'es Ginger Ajo and Sodas. Selt-
Lam. .! C?!1.-. lf!.....l Tl'alau.
X J. B. SMITH. Prop. '.
Phone 17i . " '
DR. C.p. SMITH,
Office ' and rVdc'ncoV454f 8Ut
street. Office hour7:30 t 10:30
a. m., 2:00 to 6:00 p, m.Oitluia
phone 1 ,on 1265.
Specialist on dWeascs Qf chlldre.
SPEOIAL ' ,
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studio, , 115 Enst Center" street.
you will ho entitled to one doii
eabinot photos at our special rate
of $1.50. 'Qood until Nov. 15. 4
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