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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 14, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina m JK fe sit FHV i fc oar Jwcount y l i lift ftl I III B NTfY pwptfp THE NEW gft r it ran1 onest Wo know only one class of a full one Immlrpil cents oil the at which wo priue They tire jinrmiints built for service and with this usto by ttie i i flEt Rooseyelt ana Kov 1 HOUSE staiid o bargains than our new US to JZI Republicans Sweep i I Curry and 1 Electoral and flKSwi j the city court against him who defended him in the criminalassault plaintiffs have retained Colonel ftGordon Mandbnold ro of the Clot biers Fimi 716 3 question as to haa carneiall the sta and it will the termiue Tho rufcurna in Jndianaj ii the tha i le had1 nj wuo laQjpQijBafim Rqveraora derefl 1louifllana To those living malarial districts Tufts Pills they keep the Leaders Claim a hajority of 31 system in perfect order and are over an absolute forsfck j torpid livers constipa tipn andall bilious PHls ilrxnan KlchAHlson U us to the of the Minority In Lower from i R the 360 congrpsaional IIKN Attorneys at lives I lose Nebraska the Demucrats Uiy has carriedthe tho Hilveritcfl one and thu Pojiulista in all of the lave Your Picture Frames i here1 itssizel K a of Hie ami SlattinK Ui per premium 11 1136 mention Tlie nuiion 1lioJ CARRETT Successors to Garrett m Corner Reynolds and Ytti cash mnilt AXl CIGAR Special attention given lojug The Republicans place his plu rality at from Da According toreptircs from Eepubli can sources Bryans home gons for MoKinluy by about Tha electoral vote as made up at Re publican headquarters shows that Mc Kliiley has a total of 293 whilnBryon la given only This is an indication tbat tucky is lost to although the Ropubliuans claim it for MoKiuley bv The control of the house goes with die The roster of now mem bers of the lowerbranch of congress shows that rhe Republicans more successful thantheirhighest While tho not In 1 all the indications ara that the Republicanswillhave 202 opponents will have bub Tbd oOiuial votemarmake a difference in a few of closo bat u now looks as if Speaker Henderson will havo a working majority of much less than Thodoctoral vote by states is OH fol according TO tho latest Brytui McKiu B id niade brthe high rrnjii good1 the rates any other city the state and the in ijunijbaijiea paid more money out forliconses to this city than any other city in the state and that on thisaccouut theyfelt fhatThp city should chemical tdrul associ ationprouaiiod that ifthecity would tabliah a paid flre department the rates would be Thepoid depart ment was established and has been fur more thau a but there luw been no The opinion hold m tbo council that if tho tariff will first promiseso reduce rates i i i rt chemical euyme is pnrcl council will recommend i Ohairman a j tivo Loudonachlagcrof New sec j the Bepubiicau today received a telegram I chairman of state commit iee of Nebraska stating that the Repnb iicanscarried tho state by a small maj jpricy alao that they tmve tho txsuaco i probability will be able to or the chairQiun of tliu liapub Kgau Btate telegraphed that tin oflicial couu witl lw nee essary decide the vote of The telegram Three leyal votes remain uncounted in chii ballot OGhcr Truuda will cost the amendment cou iuSouth public debt to and wateworks systems and whichwasvoted on is void becatiso of a clerical in lessprivatocorporations ore given the work at ternifi disadvautaffeous to the j butii Duuio KENTUCKY CLAIMED BY BOTH It Wilt Kequlre tin Iomit to thi cities thccowns must wait two Inbutb Charlodton und Columbia needs are Water is required in soweniye m Colum is no time Cor Itaeemsin making an the rhe liflutennuc govuruor made The clerk LUtJ took the figure to be and thoerror was never so the is voted to an article of the noustiturion referring to the tenure oflice of lieu and of no cratic and Republican headquarters to day the leaders adhered ro their claims of last the Democrats declaring majority not be less than preointHaro Btilloufi aud most of them in the ox trenio sections of the in and Eleventh I Collations ft Attorocya at practice in all of tjw of this fitwclal attob tiou grlven ilORGAFr Attorney at f t n J I tho Courtfl of n glTeo to rotary of the Ue nd Jileveucn clauii The Dnmocruts assort tbat Reuub Republicanfi to the leans aru holding back the Elovouth joritiy overall J Statchouse officinls are considerably stirred up about the nud are try discric DemooraCd It is a serious aeo FELL FROM THE Armstrong ProbKblylKatally Injured ut Ala Alabama Arkansas Calif Oonneoticut Delaware Florida iit 11 ley fair was opened yostertJay except on the tho first time a fair was aSunday iu years in X sacred jconcert was giveniuthe afternoon and Ortntcrnos Battles Our iu tho even A balloou asceusiciu was given m the afternoon and rhb bill is now nearly the resuit of a fall from his The btu loon wiw well infloted When about losif his hold and He struck a fiuy Qua arm IA and Miners Wages to Bo C ing to fix back for ILL OovernorKleut of Alabama Is ot Governor elect Suruforcl is desperately ill at his Heart disease iahis Sj T while the Republicans say tho 3ratd ara holding up the First tlcnlly it rrho chnwrtnwn when it the showdown when it known jnsc bow many votes lppuamnce are The Democrats say there is no doubt whatever of the but theRepublicanssay they will be satis fied only cbo official count is They say there has boeu the mour Hii gninc pudding in Franklin ana other but no details arc ur baud insupport of tho THb will be cents per month WoRes prico L nin urnnfcnnwil in Kentucky 5 18 10 T of wontd Kn fiftt ton will sobWocout next montbJtfr two beback at tho w z fr moiiniutiiifigure of coal for LodKCiaiu Tom a dnMisS Sn 3 7Hie j f txit rtrintrhl e she Her negro idouti dned to his room for A borof the most eminent physicians of the state ore at his Colonel SmufcJrdt Has been a conspicu ous figure in Alabama for a quarter ot a He represented his nouuty in tho constitutionalconvention of was congress nnd has been manyrimes a ot tho ppnoral He is a man of great learn1 bigfcmorals and exceptional abil In case of tho povurnora death the to the president of the who will bo elected by that body WHEELER ANDHOBSON LargeCrowds OrcetThem ut Blrmlns His This is Wheeler and Hobsou day atfhc and both these distinguished ians are A large crowd turned out to do honor to cho two Gen eral Wheeler and Lieutenant Hobsou firo greatly admired iu dud the receptiou given diem was vocif Saturday is the fair aim that racecipects to have a bit turn Professor Booker Washington and Council will be1 here and will de liver notables of the including Cashiu ofDeca will be heard from the Charter commiB been for turned Marylands md insupport of tho s Democratic leaders onVthe contrary tumeir say there bus beeu no fraud whatever and will be perfectly satisfied to stftndby rhe official QUAY HAS SMALL Coniploxion of tho Pennsylvania JJBK was Theniem is figured here by those who have kept a close watch of the contest for control of tho legislature that the two branches will line up as follows Qnay lOfi an tiQuay i 0 First riecond distrwtr Fourth d Fiftb dis publicans and 5fi blicans and JQ Kerr nolj vacancy in the According to tboso tho Quay edbr the rorignati According to toso o ua edbr the rorignati Republicans have only three votes above g h the 103 necessary to organize the Quay nuti Quay 12 This would make the Semite a tie as nlaa next delegation in between Quay and reprefiantatives will ftgai BRYAN WLL NOT electedai IJus No Desire to Stiitcu Senator Krnm NKW Journal prints the following from William Bryan To Editor of The Evening Journal tho may say officially that under no ou stances would I accent the office United States senatoreven if it I made my Qght for prealdancy and am npt f takeother L JT Sweeps legislature will tialy Olaick i ccfmplete majorityto Bryan state fouvyeartf Hiii iiirvj
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