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Tremendous Slump In Ilie Re
Deromrcats Win Governors in the Mid
<Jlewt6t States?Indiana, Ohio, Illi
nois and Other States Claimed by
the Democrats Voted Strongly for
the Republican Nominee.
Gcnorai election returns throughout
the United States, received up to an
early hour Wcdnesdtay morning,
showed the following results:
William II. Taft, of Ohio, has been
elect od president with ::i!i clootortal
vote* hocuro, ami thirteen doubtful
Practically no change is Indicated
in the complexion of the national
house of representatives, ?
Tho United Slates senate will return
its present republican mnjorilv . i
Governor Charles 10. Hughes has
1)' on re-elected in NeW York state by
about 70,000 plurality.
Indiana lias gone for Taft by from
15,000 I-- is,nan plurality.
Hryan apparently has carried Ne
braska, although tlii' republicans still
WILLIAM H. TAKT.
claim tho state
Ohio returns have been seriously
delayed, owing to ihe Immense size of
tin- ballot, hut Taft has carried tho
stale by a mnjorilv ranging from DO..
Ooo to 76,000.
Taft carried New York city by about
11,000 plurality, tins being the first
time the city has glvon Its vote 10 a
republican presidential candidate since
1896, when Mr McKinley had a small
Mr. Taft received a greater plurality
in New York stale than President
Roosevelt did four years lipo, the in
"dieotlons pointing to 202,000 for Taft
as agnitiKt I7">.<. for llonsovclt
lllsgon, the independence part) can
tildalo for president, received about
28,000 votes in Greater New York
The indication* are democratic gov
ernors have been elected in BOVernl of
the middle vvstern states that have
given ihell* presidential vote to Taft
Mr. Taft nas exceeded Mi House
veits plurality in New .ii rsej and
Massachusetts, as well as in New
Yoi k state. .
The republican plurnlltj fell off
heavily in tho middle we t. a matter
thoroughly surprising to republican
Speaker Cannon has boon re-elected
h\ his usual majorlt).
Representatives Payne, of New
York, ami Dal toll, o( Pennsylvania,
have b??n re-tleotetl. *ud tho house
of representatives probably will eon
Mime under its obi regime.
Mr. I'nyno will have charge <>f tbc
new tariff itill in lbe extra session,
Vilich Mr. Tafl will call immediately
(iflar March tili n? xt.
Missour' has returned to the "Sol
id Soil11. ** Iho presidentinl ticket,
and olec" 'owhord ns its governor.
The li. i returns received w< re from
tin- scattering districts in Massachu
setts. The heavy iiliiralilics indicat
ed there for Mr. Taft s< omed at once
to dissipate any probability of a land,
slide, for Mr. Bryan, as many demo,
cr.us bad claimed, and the republican
manasors ai onco began to put out
claims of victory.
Holums from tho up-country dis
tricts of Now York stau-, where vot
ing machines are Inrgoly used, were
next lo tirrivo. it had boon predicted
#or days that ICrlo comity. Including
the heavy vote of Buffalo, might l><
taken aw an Index to the drift through
out the country. This has proved
the case, i i far a the national ticket
was concerned, Air. Tnfi having a
plurality of something more than four
thousand votes. ISrlo county, sur
prising, however, gave ('hauler a
plnraliiv of more lhaii 11,000.
Tho opponent! of Governor Hughes
were quick to claim ri sweeping vic
tory, hill returns from Iho other largo
count ii'.; ami cltioa soon changed the
complexion of the r< turns completely.
Tho vote In (Irenter New York for
Mr. ('hauler was deeply disappointing
to bin friends, while the (n avy volo for
Mr. Tall, especially in the borough
of Brooklyn, completely eclipsed the
most sanguine hopes of Iho republic
an?. Oownior Hughes was cut honv
tly up the state, but not s<> deeply as
to imperil tiia election, once tho drift
lu his favor bolow tiio Bronx bad bo
tun to make Itself felt.
Borne i.i tin.: figures* relating U the
republican ilump in cortaln Btales,
regarded certainly ropublican, are
! little short of amazing. Pennsylvania's
! Imuionsc plurality of over 500,000 tout
years lijio, has beeil cut lu two.
Ulim Is, which gave KoosovoU 30u,.
000 in I9ut, ban koiio for Taft by
' about 170,000. t'lie highest claim of
tho republicans for Indianu Is i ~?.<"m> .
Iagainst a lurallty of 1)3,000 for
Iowa, which gave Mr. Roosevelt
158,0000 J)lUllllllj in ItlO-l, lias drop
: pod down to about 40,000 for Taft.
The roturu of Missouri to tho ?lerne
, era tie coilllilll on Iho presidential
I tickot, wiped out a republican plural
Ity of of 26,000 four years ngo,
; Maryland and West Virginia are con.
Hdotltly claimed by the ropiibficniis,
hut the returns are i n uger to
justify a ciasslfloath i ol ritiier state.
Massachusetts, New York and Ne .
i Jerso> were striking exceptions (o
I the generally reduced ropilhllcaii plu
j rallties. ,
Thore has beon a shrinkage in iho
democratic vote in several of the
Beinhorn slates, notably in Virginia
ami North Carolina,
Mr. Tail nas carried Wisconsin by
a plurality estimated ai 75,000; a
I failing off from the Itooaovell plural
It} of 150,000 in (00-1.
KontllCky has r01i? safely for Mr.
Bryan by between 10,000 and 15*036.
Representative W. s. ('owliord has
bi>en elected governor ol Missouri
over liadley (republican) by about 20,
(lovernor John v Johnson, of iMin?
nosota, lias probablj i?.i elect od go v.
ernor of thai Kline for a third term,
flltllOUgil I lie SlUtC has gone !afe|y |o:
lie) VOlIng throughout lllO country
has been excepllonally heavy, deal
weather conditions, bringing out the
JAMES S. SHERMAN.
oounuy voters in full force"
Mr Tort curried practically every
Recalled doubtful state, except Ne
braska, where the Indications poiul
to u democratic victory..
Mr. Bryan has carried Nevada and
Montana in addition to the solid south,
which includes Missouri,
Returns from Colorado and Mary
land are too meaner to form a rief
lalle conclusion as to thoir ultimate
C0NGRR88 IS REPUBLICAN.
Chairman McKinley Says There'll Be a
Early Wednesday morning returns
received from !11G congressional dis
tricts, out tof 391 In the country. Of
these republicans had 17'.?. the demo
crats 129, !> were (doubtful, and from
C-i districts no accurate returns had
been received. On this snowing the
republicans party at this hour lack 17
votes of being able to control t'.io
house. Speaker Cannon lias been re
At 1 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Chairman McKinley, of the republican
congressional commtitcc, gave out the
"From reports received up t<> mid
night it would appear thai 2.10 repub
licans and I Gl democratic members
of the house have been chosen, giving
tin- republicans a majority of 09 in
the sixty-first congress. Later returns
may change mis estimate somewhat,
as there are soveial close conn tost s in
which we expect to make republican
Returns u pto divte show the eh <?
tlon of sixty-four democrats to con
gross ami 78 republicans,
Republicans gain a district in lilt
state of Pennsylvnna heretofore hold
HOW DRYAN HEARD THE STORY.
Disappointed in New York, He Was
Confident to the Last.
At Pairviow, his home, William J.
Bryan received tho returns, which
earfy in tho night told him that, for
! the third time, ho had been tiefoated
j in tho groatest ambition cd' his lifo.
! Confident of victory to the very
I last, ho was not propnrcd In believe
j that his cause was lost until tho piu
I ralitlos of his ropubllcan opponent
Wm. J. BRYAN.
pilod up In such proportions as to
loavo no room for doubt.
When the early returns Camo in
he made particular Inquiries regarding
the state of New York and found
much encouragement in tho gains ho
was making upstate over the demo
cratic vote of 1004, but as the figures
continued to bo received, he rolled on
dealer New York to offset the heavy
Taft vote above the Harlem river
Even In that he was bitterly diskp
pointed, and ho soon ronllzzod that too
j statu was hopelessly gono and with it
hin prospects of being ??lectod.
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T!io Kioto Of SoiiiIi Carolina,
County of Cam< ns.
in (Ho ('nun of Common I'lons.
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I .ou i:. Wifer, ol a I. Dofendnhi
Pursuant to a decree of tin- Court in
tile aboVO stilted <a. ?'. I will Mil at
public outcry lo iho highest bidder, al
l.aurons, c. II., s. ('.. ou Kalcsdn.v in
December next, being Monday Ilm 7th
day of the month, during the i ? ?ai
bourn for sinii sales, tin- following
< rilteil properly to Wit :
The I'raiher Iract, siltliilc in (ho
County ami State above named, eon
laiulhg Two Hundred and Bovonty
i:57<?) acres, more or less, and hounded
lands of VV. 11 McCravj. Tom
Dwells, Duncan place, lands of .1 T
Hell, the Long place. IliC Home place,
and lands of l>r I-:. I' 'laylor. and
Also the l.oiii1. place, containing Six
Hundred ami Fiii> (i>aui no res, in.
or lens and bounded by land of .1 T
Hell. Hyrd (trick I louse plnce, IiiiiiIh of
(loo, A. Copeland. .1. I.. I'inney. T, I
Neighbors, Mrs SVm, Miiney, Taylor
Adalr, I. M. I'iiis. ami others, ami ly
ing on both sides of Duncan's creek.
Tin- ahOVO two tracts of land will he
divided up into several tracts ami
plltl of siiiiin can he seen at the
ri. rlt's olllce
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J. L. M. IRBY
C I V I Ij K Ml I ? K K I!
Office owr l.nurcns Drug in.
Simpson, Cooper ?S: Bnbb,
Attorneys it Law.
I Will practice in all siai<- (
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