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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 189J. Hardware. AT R Cassidy Sulty, Bonanza Gang and Oliver drilled 11 ovvs EZRA W. THAYER'S. - Harness and Saddles. Harness, Dash and Top LEATHER! OPPOSITE CITY HALL. A IT IS MURPHY. Is Elected Delegate by a Plurality of 300. Doran Goes in by Nearly the Same Vote. Legislature in Both Branches Is Probably Democratic. Republican County Tickets Gener ally Elected Populists Poll About 2.500 Votes In the Territory. Apache County. Special to Ths Republican. Holbbook, Ariz., Nov. 7. Returns from four precincts in Apache county give Murphy 160; Herndon 199; O'Neill. 14: Joint councilman', Doran, 162 ; Campbell, 185 ; Woy, 2. Council man, Siede, 208; Aspinwall, 154. As semblyman, Barnes, 168; Crosby, 178; Coleman, 169; Hunt, 192. Herndon's majority in county probably 100. Coconino County. Special to Th Republican. Williams, Ariz., Nov. 7. Returns from the Williams precincts in Coco nino county give Murphy 177, Herndon, 136; O'Neill, 20. Joint councilman, Doran, 163; Campbell, 133; Woy, 18. Councilman, Johnston, 221; Babbitt, 108. Assembly, Greenlaw, 156; Salz- man,174. Mohave County. Kingman, Ariz., Nov. 7. Returns from 6 out of 13 precincts in Mohave county give Murphy, 72; Herndon, 25; O'Neill, 177. Joint councilmen, Doran, 113; Campbell, 95; Woy, 110. For councilman Lake is elected. For the assembly O. D. M. Gaddis is elected. Yuma County. Yuma, Ariz., Nov. 7. ReturnB from five precincts in Yuma ounty give Murphy, 142; Herndon, 111; O'Neill, 125. Joint councilman, Doran, 151 ; Campbell, 146fWoy, 64. , Councilman, Ewing, 187; Nugent, 200. .Assembly, Carpenter, 197; Straus, 173. Pinal County. Special to The Republican. Florence, Ariz., Nov. 7. Returns from five pnecincts in Final county give Murphy 193; Herndon, 108; O'Neill, 82. For joint councilman, Doran, 222; Cambell, 116; Woy, 33. For coun cililman, Davis ,203; Smith, 177. For assembly, Moore, 203; Baker, 145; Price, 180; Cook, 138. Indications are that the Republican ticket is elected with one exception. Cochise County. Special to The Republican. Willcox, Ariz., Nov. 7. Returns from nine precincts in Cochise county give Morphy, 135; Herndon, 167; O'Neill, 46. Joint councilman, Doran, 171 ; Campbell, 136 ; Woy, 30. Council man, Packard, 183; Pugh, 156. As sembly, Ijams, 146 ; Patton, 158 ; Arnold, 137; Wright, 194; Cummings, 178; Her rick, 195. TOMBSTONE. By the Associated Press. Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 7. Cochise county gives for delegate to congress, Herndon, Democratic, 227; Murphy, Republican, 316; O'Neill, Populist, 280. Few outside precincts to hepr from. Two years ago this county gave Smith, Democratic, a majority of 324. BISBEE. Special to The Republican. Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 7. BiBbee gave Herndon, 71; Murphy, 96; O'Neill, 156; Campbell, 95; Doran, 125; Woy, 133. Cochise county's nearly complete re turns give Herndon, 289 ; Murphy, 414 ; O'Neill, 293; Campbell, 311; Doran, 462; Woy, 159. The eutire Democratic county ticket is defeated by laree ma jorities, except for councilman, . on which this vote is close and ucdecided. Wentworth, independent, gets the re cordership. Yavapai. Prescott, Nov. 7. Prescott gave N. O. Murphy 331 majority. The county wil increase this to at least 350 of a ma jority. Pima. Tucson, Nov. 7. The canvas of the vote in this city was completed at 3 :30. It gives Murphy, delegate to congress, 128 majority; Doran, for councilman at large, 102 majority; Scott, Democrat, elected for the council, and Finley, Bernard and Samaniego, Democrats, and Chenoweth, Republican, for the as sembly. Leatherwood, Democrat, was elected sheriff, and Lovell, Democrat, for district attorney. R. A. Johnson, Republican, was elected treasurer, and Shibell, Democrat, elected recorder. Woods, Democrat, for probate jndge: Levin, Democrat, for assessor. The Republicans elect the board of super visors. IT IS NOT SLANG. The Term "Gent" and Its Modern Ap plication. Thp word "gent" nowadays seems to wear its hat cocked on one- side of the head and to valk with a ca ddish swagr ger of vulgar self-importance. But I know a worthy old lady in the country, writes Edward Eg-g-leston in Century, who calls her husband the "old gent," u iing it as a title of respect, and such it was in her childhood and long be fore. In 1754 Rev. Samuel Davies, afterward president of Princeton col lege, traveling' in England, describes Eev. Dr. Larciner as ''a little pert old gent," epithets that would not be flat tering to a minister to-day, nor even dignified for a minister to use. "Pert'' here has the sense of "lively" much as a Kentuckian might use "peart" or a New Englander "perk." Indeed, I suspect that Davies gave the word the sound of "peart." That Davies used "gent"' as a term of respect is shown by his characterization of another rev erend doctor as "a venerable, humble and affectionate old gent." It will not do, therefore, to account a word recent because, of its slanginess. When a smoker professes fondness for "the weed" he does not dream that he is using an epithet applied to tobacco by King James I. in 1020, and that nearly two hundred years earlier than James, in the reign of Edward VI., the hop plant just coming into England was called "the wicked weed." What plant had worn this title of contempt before the hop I do not know. A FATAL SUPERSTITION. Mexicans Regard Smallpox as a Divine Visitation. The poor and igncrant class of Mex icans have an uncanny-religious super stition about smallpox. On a recent visit to the interior of Mexico, says a writer in the New Orleans Picayune, I saw mothers carrying around in their arms babies whose little bodies were almost eaten up by smallpox. I was, of course, shocked at the frightful spec tacle, and even offered one deluded mother money if she would take her terribly afflicted child home and call ia a physician to attend it. But she re fused my proffer with scorn, and be gan to croon some weird incantation r.K she tenderly caressed the little half clad sufferer in her arms. I afterward learned that the ignorant class of Mex icans consider an outbreak of the red pest in their miserable hovels a visita tion of Divine wrath for some sin they have committed. . So set are they in this belief that they will do nothing whatever to check the ravages of the disease, except when it attacks their infants, to take the victims in their arms, press them closely to their breasts and pray devoutly and con tinuously to God to forgive them for their wickedness. Of course the small pox runs its course after awhile, though never before claiming several members of every family as victims, but not un til it does are the afflicted parents purged of their sins. Equality of Kox. It is natural for a woman to resent the imputation that the feminine mind is not so strong as the masculine, and this spirit of independence was early mani fested in a schoolgirl living in a Massa chusetts town. She had, too often, perhaps, been made to acknowledge the superiority of her brothers. One day her mother remarked upon the ap parently utter lack of intelligence in a lien. "You can't teach a hen any- CHINA AND GLASS! -HESSEES- Our magnificent assortment of Dinner Sets, Cut Glass and Limoges China, is worthy of more than passing notice. We have had success beyond prece dent in securing the choice products of the best factories of the world and confidently assert that we can suit the most critical taste in everything per taining to modern table service. PRICES UNQUESTIONABLY AS LOW AS ANY. B. Heyman Furniture Co. Wholesale and Retail. Tailoring. 1 1 HASSATAMPER Is one who drank from Ariz ona's famous river in very early times. He is tall, rugged, strong of voice, long of beard and clad in rough boots, slouch hat and bine jeans. We never see one without wondering how he would feel and Look in a handsome new suit made by I NICHOLSON THE TAILOR. 1 thing," she said. "They have ruined more of the garden than a drove of cattle would. You can teach a cat, deg, or pig something, but a hen never!' "11m!" exclaimed the child, indignantly. "I think they know just as much as the roosters!'' Adirondack Echoes. There are some remarkable echoes in the wocd-ehcircled Adirondack lakes. A single whoop will be tossed about a dozen times from a bit of wood land edging the lake, and when the last echo seems to have died away some more distant woodland will suddenly take up the call with increased loud ness, and the sound will at length fade out in extreme distance. The nearer echoes seem to be filled with the inex pressible freshness of the woodland, and it is hard to believe that the sound is mere airy mimicry of the human voice. MERCHANDI8K. ALHAMBRA STORE. v-" Ebbing m GENERAL MERCHANDISE To be found in Arizona. Every Rancher in the Valley is wanted to ' "8ittheA,hftSMy Fall Stock Is Complete- A. E. H I N TO N , ALHAMBRA, ARIZ. estate and mines. WM. S. HADLEY & CO., Dealers in Real Estate, Mines and Mining Lands. North. Center street, next door to Chamber of Commerce.- We will buy or develop any good, paying, dry placer mines. Bring as samples. GKOCERIE8. CHAPMAN BROS., WHOUESAJLIC 1 - 1 GROCERIES. Special prices made to miners, prospectors, ranchers and cattlemen, buying in large quantities. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. OUR CASH PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN PHIENII : The. 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