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r in Hi, FOURTH 'YEAR. PIICENIX, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 147. oldberg Bros lothing tore As long as you look hard up , you will also feel hard up. Turn, over a new leaf and call on us. , We will make you feel better off. Take a Look at Our For Men. Goodness and Elegance are the Speech makers for our Mens' clothing. MENS' SUITS Are Hot Bargains. A Suit that cannot fail to suit. Long in wear! Short in price. Our Mens' Suit for Cannot be Duplicated eokwear. This Week Silk Ties, 15c worth 25c Silk Ties, 20c worth 35c Silk Ties. 50c ... .worth 75c Latest Shapes. LAUNMIED . lite Shirts. Always Look for'Onr Sign at Door. Remember Our Free Labor Office. Clothing Store. $7.60 Goldberg Bros ilQGER THAN EVER ! The-Great Political Land slide Continues. The Republicans Capture the Entire Country. Many of the Southern States Break Away. THE HOUSE REPUBLICAN. The Majority in the Senate Very Close. Most Unexpected Republi can Gains Every where. Budd Is Probably Elected Governor of Cali fornia, A DEMOCRATIC YRECK. The House That Grover Built Is Utterly Demoralized. Wilson and His Free Trade Wippd From the Face of the Earth. A Victory So Complete for the People That the Fallacies Of Democracy Are Completely An nihilated. By the Associated Press. Colorado, Denver, Colo,, Nov. 7. Governor Waite conceded the defeat of his party early today. "To my mind," said he, it proves conclusively that the. money power dominated this election from beginning to end, and the Democratic party is the most responsible from the fact that they voted the Republican ticket instead of their own." "When asked if he thought the Populists would ever again regain power, he said: "I believe they will, but it may not be for some time." He said woman's influ ence in the cities where it is greatest was exerted against him. "Women," he said, "must be educated to think for themselves and not be controlled by the money power as men are. California. San Francisco, Nov. 7. About one- half of the entire vote of California has been counted. The result indicates that Budd, D., has a plurality of be tween 6,000 and 7,000 votes. His plu rality in this city will probably amount to 10,000. With the exception of the supreme court justices and comptroller, sufficient returns have not been re ceived to indicate which party has been successful with the remainder of the state ticket. The Kepublicans elected one supreme court justice (Henshaw), and the Democrats elected two (Temple and Bridgeford). Colgan, Republican nominee for comptroller, also is elected by perhaps 6.000 plurality. The re turns now indicate that the Republi cans elected six of the seven congress men. Maguire, D., of the Fourth dis trict, is re elected. San Francisco The chairman ot the Democratic and Republican state com mittees have received advices from the county committees throughout the state. Tonight Chairman Gould stated, that the election of Budd as governor was assured. He will get a plurality of be tween 7,000 and 8,000 in San Francisco. He also claimed the election of Maguire to congress from the Fourth district, and of Temple for the supreme court and of Angier surveyor general. Secretary Burns of the Republican state committee. will not concede that Budd has been elected. He claims not withstanding Budd'e gainB in San Fran cisco he will not get enough votes out side of the city to pull him through. With the exception pf Temple, Burns claims the election of the entire state ticket-; also six congressmen out of the seven. He is unable to say accurately how the legislature- will stand, only that it is surely Republican. Delaware. Wilmington, Del., Nov. 7. Delaware complete gives a Republican majority of 1,200. TheRepubIicana elect gov ernor and congressman. The legisla ture will stand 18 Republicans and 12 Democrats. This insures a Republican successor to Senator Hieeins. Idaho.. Boise, Ida., Nov. 6 The entire Re publican ticket is elected. Returns in dicate the legislature will be Repub lican. The new Mormon vote seems to have gone heavily Republican. Washington. Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 7. The state Republican ticket is elected by so large a majority that counts have ceased. Republicans have a majority of 23 on joint ballot in the legislature. Missouri. Jefferson City, Nov. 7. Governor Stone concedes the leeislature to the Republicans. Bland is defeated for congress. St. Louis, Nov. 7. Revised returns from St. Louis show the election of Cobb, Democrat, and Bartholdt, Repub lican. There is no doubt the Demo cratic state ticket is elected. In the Fifteenth district C. G. Burton, Repub lican, is elected instead of Morgan, Democrat, while in the Fourth the result is in doubt with chances in favor of Crowther, Republican, instead of Ellison. ' : West Vlrcinia. Charleston, Nov. 7. Governor Mc Corkle gives up the state. He says the Republicans have a majority in the leg islature. Elkins will be the next Uni ted States senator. Nebraska. Omaha, Nov. 7. Only a third of the Btate has been heard from. The figures recBived indicate the election of Hol colmb, Populist Democrat, for governor, by a small plurality. The Republicans have probably elected five of the six congressmen, with the result in the Sixth district Btill in doubt. Outside the governor the Republican state ticket is elected and the legislature will probably be Republican on joint ballot. Nebraska, Nov. 7. The result is un certain, but the returns as far as heard from indicate Republican gains. New England. Boston, Nov. 7. All the New Eng land returns ehow great Republican gains. New Hampshire elects both Republican congressman by increased plurality. Basiel, for governor, is elected. The legislature is largely Re publican. Greenhalge'fl plurality in Massachu- setts is nearly 70,000. All the Repub lican candidates for congress have been chosen except one. The legislature is overwhelmingly Republican. Boston shows a net Republican gain of 6,690. Rhode Island elects both Republican congressmen. The Republican state ticket and four Republican congressmen have been chosen in Connecticut. New Jersey. New Jersey, Nov. 7. The Republi cans have a majority in the legislature on joint ballot and will elect a United States senator to succeed the Demo cratic senator. The congressional dele gation will probably be five Republicans and three Demecrats. Minnesgta. Minnesota, Nov. 7. The Republi cans elect their governor by a large majority. North Dakota. North Dakota, Nov. 7. The state is doubtful. The Democrats will proba bly elect their governor. Ohio. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7. The Repub licans will carry the state by a large majority. Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania, Nov. 7. The Republi cans will' elect the state ticket and also a Republican congressman in Randall's old district. Nevada. Nevada, Nov. 7. The result for gov ernor is in doubt. Newlands, for con gressman, will probably be elected. Indiana. Indiana, Nov. 7. The Republicans will make a clean sweep with a ma jority of 40,000. Maryland. Maryland, Nov. 7. The Republicans will elect two congressmen and possibly four. Illinois. Illinois, Nov. 7. The Republicans will carry the state by a large majority. Iowa. Iowa, Nov. 7. This state has gone Republican by a large majority. Mich lean. Detroit, Nov. 7. The Republicans will carry the state and congress. South Dakota. South Dakota, Nov. 7. The Republi cans will elect the Etate and congres sional ticket by 12,000 plurality. Kansas. Kansas, Nov. 7. The result is in doubt. The Republicans will probably elect the state ticket. Wisconsin. Wisconsin, Nov. 7. The Republicans will elect the state ticket and eight out of ten congressmen. SAYS SHE IS GUILTY. Confesses to Having Poisoned Her Husband. Mrs. Barnes Killed Mr. Barnes, but Says That Mr. baiter, of the Household, Helped. ' By the Associated Pr !ss. San Bernardino, Cal., Nov. 7. Mrs. Samuel Barnes has made a confession, admitting her guilt in poisoning her husband. She implicates one Salter, who was nursed from a sick bed to health at the home of the Barnes family. WILL PROVE AN ALIBI. Attempted by the Defense In the Worden Case. Woodland, Cal., Nov. 7. In the Worden trial today Beveral witnesses were introduced by the defense to prove an alibi. Harry Knox testified that at the time of the wreck Worden was in the rooms of the mediation committee in Sacra mento. The introduction of testimony then closed and the district attorney began his argument. Tomorrow the other attorneys in the case will talk and the case will probably go to the jury sometime during the afternoon. THE CZAR. Wants the People to Think that he is Courteous, St. Petersburg, Nov. 7. The czar is showing great activity in answering the many telegrams of condolence and ex pressions of loyalty which he has re ceived and the impression prevails that he is trying to demonstrate the fact that be is courteous and genial and that Russia is extremely loyal. POORLY PAID. A Station Agent Held Up for a Few Dollars. T.ns AvRrt vG Pol TCw 7 Tva masked Mexicans held up the Snta Fe station agent at Hespena last night and secured between $40 and $50. THE NEW CONGRESS. Large Republican Gains Se cured in That Body. The House Republican by a Lares Majority and the Senate Still Close. By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 7. The loss of Kansas, New Jersey and South Caro lina reduces the present Democratic total in the senate from forty-four to forty-one. The present Republican strength in the senate of thirty-eight promises to be increased by senators from New Jersey, Kansas, Montana, Washington and Wyoming. Republi cans are likely to lose Nebraska. This makes a gain of five and a loss of one, or a net gain of four, raising the Re publican total to forty-two. The Pop nlists now have six senators. Returns indicate gains for them in South Caro lina and Nebraska, making their total five. Senator Jones and Stewart of Nevada, of late affiliated with the Populists, so the Populist strength may be increased and Republican decreased by two. Ti-.e House. Chairman Faulkner gives the Repub licans 200 members of - the house; Democrats, 142; Populists, 6; doubt ful, 8. By states this would give the Demo crats, 12; Republicans, 57 ; Populists, 1 ; doubtful, 3 Colorado, Idaho and Wyoming. KANSAS REUNION. A Pleasant Meeting of Settlers From the Sun Flower State. The Kansas reunion took placs at Tempe last Saturday. Instead of hold ing it on the grounds intended south of the city it was held at the school grounds where seats and benches had been conveniently arranged. An at tractive feature of the reunion was the ladies' band of Tempe. Th president of the society was not present, but Mr. G. B. Richmond of Phienix officiated. The proceedings were opened' by prayer ty Rev. Mr. Winger, after which the regular ad dress of the sicietywas delivered by Rev. Preston McKinney. About 200 members of the society were present, among whom were many new names ar.d faces. It was voted to hold the next reunion in Phoenix. It will take place ft', i re ivii k on the first Wednes day of Nuveuibtr ia 1G05. MILLIONS OF MONEY. The Chinese Emperor Prepar ing for More War. Two Japanese Students Arrested as Spies Surrendered by the United States Consul and Decapitated By the Associated Press. Yokouoha, Oct. 24, per steamer Bel gie via San Francisco, Nov. 7. Sinee the sailing of the last American steamer the war has been devoid of exciting in cidents in Japan. Semi-official newspaper report an nounces that the emperor sanctioned a war expenditure of $44,000,000 for the army and $16,000,000 for the navy. 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