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THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL.
VOLUME XL NUMBER 69.
THE REPUBLICANS CARRY
Bryan Is Again Defeated by the Ohioan
and Money Power.
Bill flu Victory Is Dot a
- Dumb oil
W IN 111 U
The Eloquent Nebraskan,
ca’s Brainiest Statesman De
feated by Trusts and Moqpy, *
McKinley is again victorious .
He was yesterday re-ejected presi
*ident ol the United States, for the sec
'-Q&d tipa-detecting William Jennings
S5 *’ ’* . .iLdato, Fol
■og is the result by statef:
New York, Noy. 6.—McKinley and
Booseyett hate carried this state by
majorities ranging anywhere from 75,-
000 to 175,000, The vote wa3 the heav
iest polled in the state’s history, Bry
. an has gained considerably outside of
New York, Odell is elected
over Stanobilsld by a much
majority than McKinley over
Baltimore, Nov. 6.—The electoral
votes of this state are claimed by both
parties with chances favoring the re
Indianapolis, Noy. 6,—The returns
are coming in very slowly and at 10
o’clock it la impossible to tell who has
carried the state, although the repub
licans are claiming it by a good ma
Louisville, Nov. C,— At this hour, 1
o’olock. it is impossible to tell who
will get this state. Bryan for presi
dent and Beckham for governor, seem
to be ahead, but it will take the oflloial
count alone to determine the exact
BRYAS GETS COLORADO.
Denver, Nov. C.—Returns received
up to 13 o’clock indicate Bryan will
carry state by 35,000.
Columbus, Noy. 6.—Republican State
Chairman Chas. Dick has gigin out the
followiog statement; “Returns receiv
ed up to this hour claim that Ohio has
given McKinley a plurality of from 75,-
000 to 80,WO and the election of 17 and
possibly 18 out ol the 21 congressmen,
makings gain of 2 and possibly three
BMtobefs of congress.”
Wilmington, Nov. 6.—While only
scattered returns have been received the
democrats carried Delaware by small
San Francisco, Noy. 6.—Up to 9 p.
m. the returns from this city and state
at large indicate that California has
gone republican by 10,000 or 15.000. The
republicans will eleot 5 congressmen,
The seeond and fifth districts are run
ning very close.
Salt Lake, Nov. 6.—The fight is close
in this state. Result will not bs known
before tomorrow. Bryan seems to
Denver, Nov. 6.—Eleven hreoinct*
sre alt from giVsJ^J&inlyy.
391, Bryao, 287
Omaha, Nov. 6. Returns of today’s
eleotion are ooming in very slow, and
wno will get the electoral vote of this
state can only be decided by the ofll
oiai count. The democrats are claim
ing it for Bryan by from 10,000 ty 20,-
000, while the republicans olsim it by
7,000 to 12,000.
Topeka, Nov. 6.—The populists are
claiming this state for Bryan by 10,
OOoAvhile republicansjare claiming it
Detroit—Reports are very meagre in
this state. Indications point to tbs
election of Bliss, rcpublioau, for gov
ernor, by 40,000.
Nashville, Nov. 6.—Bryan will oarry
Tennesse by a reduced majority. In
1896 be won the state by 19,403, but it
will only be a little over half the
Boston, Not. 6. Returns from
nearly the entire state etaow that Mc-
Kinley has aarriei Massachusetts by
considerably reduoed plurality from
Providence, Nov, e.—This state to
day oast its heaviest vote on record.
Indications are McKinley will have
QUAY BIDE WINS.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7,—A bitter con
test between the Quay wand anti Quay
forces in the fifth senatorial district
made up of six wards in the upper sec
tion of city resulted in a victory foi
BRUNSWICK, GA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
From the reports which reached tnis office last night, the Times Cali, ha,
carefully figured the result in the electoral college as follows;
Maine ; 6
Mioblgan . 14
New Jereey.......... 1 10
New Hampshire...... . 4
North Dakota.... 3
Oregon ' 4
Rhode 1a1and..... 4
Verm0nt........ vl. 4
Wieoonein ..3 12
New York .\... —......... 88
Indian*;. : : $
Ohio. 1.. x_. • • • ■ 23
South Dakota 4
West Virginia...i..., ?...." ;sjj
Califrcnia S 9
Illinois .-.-i. ....... .. 24
Maryland . ..7... ~ J ,*
, ; ‘ * • •..,205
WILLIAM mmU OF OHIO.
Re-Elected President ol the United Stales,
Wm. 11. Borlebackphe Quay candidate
by about three thousand.
176,000 IN TEXAS.
Houston, Nov. 6.—Returns are com
ing in slow, but this state will go for
Biyan by at least 175,000. Democrats
Detroit. Nov. 6.—McKinley has car
ried Michigan beyond a doubt, Ills
majority is estimated at 65,000 The
News says that if McKinley’s ratio of
majorities continues his total majority
will reach 90,000.
Montpelier, Nov, 6.—Seventy-five
Idaho... ........ 3
.. . . 8
Missouri ,1 17
Montana 5 3
Nebraska i 8
South (.WKftfne...- 9
Kentucky r l3
!i ‘ ! ” . f ■*
~ ’v '
cities and towns in this state give Mc-
Kinley 1 1 977, Bryao' 3 200 It is esti
mated that the republicans will carry
lie ilate by 35 000.
La Cro se, Noy o,— McKinley car
ried Wisconsin by an Increased majority
A solid i epubi i-a.i delegation t con
t .lackmo 11. Noy. (i— Returns, from In-
I J ~
j terior counties are comlngTh slowly,
j but reports so far are to the effect that
J the election was q iiet, It will give
( Bryan a good majority.
Jacksonv.lle, Nov. o.—The election
MARSTON BURIED UNDER
AN AVALANCHE OF VOTES
He Did Not Carry a Single County In
was quiet In this state. Twenty pre
cincts out of 667 give Bryan 359, Mc-
Kinley 155. Same precincts In 1896
gave Bryan 524, McKinley 569.
Atlanta, Nov. 6.—Esery democratic
candidate was elected in this state by
good majorities. It is estimated that
Bryan’s majority will be between 45,-
000 lid 55,060.
.. yg ■ r ’
Chicago', Nv 6.—McKinley and
Rooseyelttoili get the electoral vote of
this state, 0 is estimated that they
will carry the state by 75,000.
Birmingham, Nov. 6.—A very small
vote was oast in this State. Bryan
gets a about 60,000 majority.
Butte. Nov. 6.—Returns from Silver
Bow aounty, which casts abont one.
fourth of entire State vote, indioatee
Bryan carries State by 20,000.
St. Louis, Noy. 6.—The election was
hotly contested in this state today,
Bryan will carry the state by 15,000.
Seattle, Nov. 6> —It is impossible to
tell who will get the four electoral
votes of this State. McKinley has car
ried this city by a small majority. It
Is not known how the vote stands out
side of this oity.
Minneapolis, Nov. o.—Minneso’a will
go for McKinley by from 30,000 to 50,-
lies Moines, Nov. o.—The first ten
precincts returned iAthia State gives
McKinley 1,731; Bryan, 780. Net.re
pubiican gain of 208. If same ratio is
kept up, republicans will oarry State
Conoord, N. H., Nov, 6.—McKinley
carried this State by cot less than 20,-
New Orleans, Nov. o.—The election
was very quiet in this State today.
State went for Bryan with the usual
majority. The vote was light.
Raleigh, Nov. 6.—The eleotion in
North Carolina was very quiet. Re
turns at present indicate that Bryan’s
majority will not be less Pan 30,000
Seven demoor; l*o r. p.',reasmen are
elected with two in .oubt—the eighth
and ninth. It is that
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Brantley Did Hot Know He
lei An Opponent
ALL MAKE IT UNANIMOUS
Reports Received by The Times
Call Last Night Indicate a
Congressman Brantley carried the
seyenth congressional distriot by at
least five thousand votes His opponent
W. H, Marston, of Irwin, did not car
ry a single county in the district anti
in sumo I,l* —>n
Following are the majorities:
GOOD IN BROOKS.
Quitman, Ga„ Brantley's majority in
this county will be 500,
700 IN LAUKBNS,
Dublin, Nov, 6.—This preoinot gives
Brantley 500 majority. The balance of
the county will increase it to 700.
Mt. Vernon, Noy. 6:—Tho vote in
this county shows that Brantley haa
carried it three to one.
Mcßae, Nov. B.—This precinct giyes
Brantley 238 majority. Balance of the
oount( will increase it.
News from Echols county places Mr.
Brantloy’s majority in that county at
MARSTON’S HOME BY GOO.
Fitzgerald, Nov. 6.—Mr. Brantley
carried Irwin, his opponent's home
county by 500;
News from Johnson county says Mr
Brantley gels 100 majority.
300 IN LOWNDES,
Valdosta, Nov. <s.—Mr. Brantley’s
majority in this county is 300. He ran
ahead ol the ticket 50.
Blackahear, Nov. 6.—This county
gives Brantley a majority of 100.
WARE BY 250,
Waycross, Nov. 6.—Brantley’s ma
jority In Ware county is 250.
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