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FOURTH YEAR. PHCENIX, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 146. REPUBMCA JLJLJLH Goldberg Bros Clothing Store A Clothing Store with a great big We Buy, Sell and Dream Clothing 24 hours a day. Making a specialty of it We ndersell All. Special attention this week to our line of A fine aimdried Sbir See our show window. A better one for and others at 81.00, 81.25, $1.50 $1.75. All Sizes. Just re ceived complete line of . Si is at Lowest prices; a good Unlaundried shirt for 50c. Always Look for Onr Sign at Door. Remember Our Free Labor Office. Goldberg Bros Clothing Store. rtffT TV : : White Shirts oQCi 75c. Bros THE WORLD Stinging Rebuke Is Administered. Democracy Buried Out of Sight. EX-DAVID B. HILL Concealed Under 150, 000 Majority. Free Trade Wilson Hid den Out of Sight: Old Missouri Even Has Gone Republican. Wisconsin, Michigan, Califor nia, Utah, Well for That Matter Everything Went the Same Way. By the Associated Press. New York, Nov. 6. An associated Press Bulletin from Albany sayB both Senator Hill and Governor Flower con cede that the Democratic party is beaten in the state. 870 districts give Hill 92,940; Morton, 90,793; Wheeler, 6,942. Buffalo Republicans claim to have carried the city and county and have elected five out of six assemblymen and the congressmen in the Third district. New York Ex-Mayor Grant at 8 p. m. concedes the loss of the city and state as regards the head of the ticket. New York The Advertiser claims the election of Morton by 150,000: Strong. 10,000; and Goff running even with the ticket. New York 111 districts outside of New York and Brooklyn give Morton 17,257; Hill, 10,442; Wheeler, 245. The same districts in 1892 gave Fasaett 15,169; Flower, 11,753. New York The United Press bul letin BayB in comparison : 320 districts in this city for governor shows a Re publican gain of 1,360. For governor 670 election districts give Hill 69,046; Morton, 67,003; Wheeler, 5,279. For mayor 3,300 districts give Grant 27,697; Strong, 37,980. New York The Associated Press bulletin BayB; Tammany papers con cede the defeat of Grant. New York Weather was clear and a pretty full vote was cast in the state. Polls closed at 4 p. m. New York Dr. Parkhurst said to night: "We have won. The victory shows the people have their eyes op ened at last. It is evident public con science has at last been awakened We've got all the people that the re- form movement has been fighting just where they had us." - New York The world in an extra edition says: Grant is defeated by at least 4,000 plurality. It also claims the election of Goff by a large plurality. New York The indications at 11 o'clock are New, York congressional delegation will be twenty-three Repub lican and eleven Democrats, a gain of eight for the Republicans. New York Full city vote for gov ernor: Hill, 127,700; Morton, 123,299. Albany Senator Hill tonight refused to say anything about the result of the election for publication. Washington A.telegram received at Republican headquarters from Chair man Hackett of th New York Repub lican state committee says indications are : "That we have carried 24 con gressmen at least." New York For mayor 970 districts give Grant, 89,833; Strong, 126,590. The Mail and - Express say b : The hous'vof representatives will be Repub lican by a safe majority. Outside dis tricts in the states' Morton, 127,262; Hill, 89,576; Wheeler, 2,001. New York Mr. Grant at 8 :45 en tered the room of the police head quarters where Mr. Strong was receiv ing the returns and congratulated him on his acknowledged victory. Mr. Strong thanked him. President Mar tine, bf the police boord, says: Tam many has abandoned all hope of carry ing a single office. Wyomlns. Cheyene, Nov. 6. A full vote was polled. Indications are that the full Republican state and a majority of the Republican legislative ticeet is elected, insuring the election of two Republi cas as United States senators. MississlD:i. , Jackpon, Nov. 6.-rDispatches from all quarters of the s ate indicate the elec tion ot the Democratic candidate?. Iowa. Des Moines, Nov. 6 Indication are that the vote has been very light all over the state. Women did not vote. Soutn Carolina. Columbia, Nov. 6. Figures thus fsr indicate the election of Goveinor Till man by 30,000. West Virginia. Washington, Nov. 6. A dispatch to the Republican headquarters from Charleston, W. Va , says: Wilson loses heavily, Dayton's election almost certain. Charleston The defeat of Wm. L. Wilson is claimed by the Republicans. The Democratic state committee here concede nothing. Louisiana. Washington, Nov. 6. A dispatch from the secretary of the Republican state committee of Louisiana says : "We will-carry the Second and Third districts sure, and the First if the count is fair." Massachusetts. Boston, Mass., Nov. 6. New England weather, snowing, cold and a light vote in Massachusetts. Boston Ten towns, Greenhalge, R., for governor, 2,166; Russel, D., 558. Net Democratic loss, 2,424. Ohio. Cincinnati, Nov. 6. In Ohio for sec retary of etate, sixty precincts outside of Cincinnati give Taylor, R., 8,882; Turner, D., 5,168. Cleveland All returns indicate this county has gone.Republican by nearly 6,000. This insures the defeat of Tom Johnsen, D., for congress, in the Twen ty-first district by at least 3,000. Illinois. Chicago, Nov. 6. For state treasurer 100 precincts out of 2,024 in the state give Claggett, D., 11,389; Wulff, R., 12,995; Randolph, P., 2,643. Michigan. Detroit, Nov. 6. 80 precincts out of 1,620, governor, Rich, R., 11,107; Fisher, D., 5,527. Detroit The Republicans elected John T. Rich, governor, and the entire ticket by plurality of from 25,000 to 40, 000. Ten out of twelve congressmen and two-thirds of the legislature thus insuring the election of Republican senators. Colorado. Denver, Nov. 6. The indications at 8:30 o'clock are: Mclntyre, R., for governor, will have 15,000 to 20, 000 majority oyer Waite, P. Pence, P., is beaten by Shafrath, R., for congress First district. In Denver and Buburbs 85 per cent of the registered vote was caBt. Women worked earnestly at the polls all day for the success of the Re publican ticket, and the result is large ly due to their efforts. Pueblo. The vote in Pueblo county is 85 per cent of the registration, the women vote being very large. Election of entire Republican ticket claimed. California. San Francisco, Nov. 6. G. M. Burns, secretary of the Republican state cen tral committee, made the following statement: "We claim the etate by at least 20,000 majority. Estee is elected beyond all doubt, as well aa the rest of the state ticket. Estee will carry San Francisco by 5,000 and the Republicans will elect most of the municipal ticket. The legislature will be Republican by a comfortable margin. San Francisco Incomplete returns of fifteen precincts in San Francisco give Budd, 362; Estee, 292. For congress, Maguire, 309; Shannon, 251. For rail road commissioner, Stanton, 238 ; Earle, 244; Marcus, 135. Total registration. 67,888; total vote, 61,270. Georgia. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 6. There were several fights during the day in this city. John M. Goss, a Populist worker, challenged the negro vote. In the diffi culty Goss drew his gun and a general melee of shots followed. Goss was in stantly killed and a number wounded. San Francisco Chairman Gould, of the Democratic state central com mittee, told an Associated Press repre sentative that he thought Budd would be elected by a plurality of not less than 1,000. Utah. Sait Lake, Nov. 6. The election passed off quietly today and a large vote"waa polled. Republicans estimate Cannon, R., for delegate to congress, will have 11,000 majority in the city. Wisconsin. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 6. Returns from the interior of the state show Re publican gains everywhere and indi cate the Republican state ticket will be elected by from 35,000 to 40,000. Nebraska. Omaha, Nov. 6. The vote of Omaha was very heavy. The A. P. A. did not figure to the extent anticipated in view of the fact that for the pa6t four years the organization has piac'.ically con trolled everything. However, it has been a factor but to what extent will not be known for twenty-four hours. Majors, head of the Republican state ticket is an A. P. A. and received the full support of the order in Omaha. The returns indicate the election of Holcomb, fusion, governor by 3,000 plurality. There is little doubt the Re publican state ticket is elected with the exception of governor. This iB the re sult of the great fight made againBt Majors, Republican candidate for gov ernor, by the anti monopoly men. Kansas. Kansas City, Kas., Nov. 6. Returns to 1 o'clock thue far received from Kan sas indicate the election of Morrill, Re publican, and the entire Republican state ticket. Republicans probably carry all but two congressional districts and the legislature is probably Republi can on joint ballot. Kentucky. Louisville, Nov. 6. W. C. Owens, D., seems to be defeated in the Seventh (Ashland) district by George Denny, R., by a small majority. This is Breck inridge's district. Connecticut. New Haven, Nov: 6. Indications are Bepublican governor elected. Three Republican congressmen also claimed and both branches of the legislature by the Republicans. IN THE TERRITORY. Yavapai and Pima Counties for Murphy. Special to The Republican. Tucson, Nov. 6. Murphy at 11:30 in Tucson had 106 and Herndon 64. Mur phy will carry the county by 200 at least. i Yavapai County. 1 Prescott, Ariz., Nov. 6. 170 votes have been counted in Prescott precinct and full returns of five outtide pre cincts. Murphy's majority for delegate to congress will be 240. Balince of Republican ticket running ahead. Populist vote insignificant. Murphy Ahead in Pinal. Special to The Rbpcbucan. Florence, Ariz., Nov. 6. ReturnB from four precincts of Pinal county give Murphy 172, Herndon 102, O'Neill, 29; joint councilman,'Doran 190, Camp pell 102, Woy 8; councilman, Smith 152, Davis 152; assembly, Moore 181, Baker 99, Price 137, Cook 111. Latar Returns from five precincts in Pinal county give Murphy 193, Hern don 108, O'Neill 82; joint councilman, Doran 222, Campbell, 116, Woy 33; councilman, Davis 203, Smith 177; as sembly, Baker 145, Moore 203, Price 180, Cook 128. COCHISE ALL RIGHT. The Home of Mark Smith Goes for Murphy. Special to The Republican. . Benson, Ariz., Nov. 6. Returns from eight precincts in Cochise connty give Murphy, 166; Herndon, 132; O'Neill, 38. Joint councilman, Doran, 176; Campbell, 136; Woy, 21. Conncilmen, Pugh, 142; Packard, 182. Assembly, Wright, 178; Ijams, 136; Cummings, 155; Patton, 144; Herrick, ISO; Arnold, 129. The Next House. Washington, Nov. 6. The chairman of the Democratic congressional com mittee claims the Democrata will have the next hesse.- Ha aya there will be no losses in the south not already counted on. THE JAPS WIN. Another Battle Fought in the Orient. Japanese Take the City of Foo Crow. They Are Approaching Another Chinese Stronghold. Two Japanese Campaigns Are Mov ing Asainst the Chinese Cities of KoukJan and Tien Tsln. By the Associated Press. Washington, T. C, Nov. 6. Secretary Gresham today received the following cablegram from Minister Denby at Pekin : "The Japanese have taken Foo Chow in Gulf of Liabtuno, approaching Shang Kai Kuan. Two campaigns are moving against Moukden and Tien Tsin." Money in Winter Eggs. The practical farmer knows that there is more money in winter eggs than in those produced in summer. He likewise knows that if he allows the fowls to roost in open sheds and cold plnces and feeds nothing but corn he cannot secure a winter egg- crop. He gets ahead of the average farmer by having' good, warm houses, by feeding the very best grains for manufactur ing' eggs, by keeping the birds at work in scratching pens while the ground is covered with snow, by hutching his pullets in April and Jlay and bringing them to profit at the right time. A Small Fortune ia Poultry. An acre of ground may yield by poultry raising from one hundred to two or three hundred dollars; but the management has much to do with the produce and the profits. A bright, energetic man or woman can often times bring about results that another would say were impossible. A certain Massachusetts farmer makes 84,000 per annum from poultry, because he knows how to go about it. He makes it pay better than farming, and keeps his flocks on the land that used to feed his cattle. Rural WornL . Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.