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REPUBLICA FOURTH YEAR. PIKENIX, ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. VOL. V. NO. 148. Goldberg Bros 00T OF COURT. members of the cabinet with their wives and the foreign ambassadors and min isters in regalia will attend. The chapel has been arranged and con secrated in the parlor of the legation. The service will be in the native Rus sian tongue, and in the absence of a choir will be without music. LEGISLATURE. Doran, 369; Woy, 19. Councilman, Heide, Democratic, 354; Aspinwall, Re publican, 3G5; assembly, Hunt, Demo cratic, 320; Coleman, Democratic, 306; Barnes, Republican, 354; Crosby, Re publican, 385. Ten precincts to hear from will not change the results. othing A-Famous Murder Case Finally Dismissed. Late Returns Show That It Is Republican. fore 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. 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The case cost Fresno countv oyer $100,000. SILVER MUST COME. Its Remonetization Means Good Times Again. Senator Jones Thinks That Is the Only Thlnsr That Will Restore Trade Silver Party In Nevada. By the Associated Press. San Francisco, Nov. 8. Senator Jones arrived in this city today from Nevada, and is highly elated over the success of the new 6ilver party in that state. He is confident that the silver party carried all the more important state of fices. Senator Jones also expressed pleasure over the political upheaval in in the east. "But," said he, "no immediate good results can take place, nor any revival in business need be expected until re monetization of silver is carried into ef fect." CLEVELAND DID IT. Even Pennoyer Blames Grover for the .Trouble. The Governor of Oregon Expresses His Views Concerning: the Land slide of Last Tuesday. By the Associated Press. Portland, Or., Nov. 8. Governor Pennoyer in an interview today on the late election said : "Two year 8 ago the people jumped out of the frying pan into the fire. This year they jumped back into the frying pan again. "This election landslide is an un witting rebuke to Cleveland for adher ing to the Eepublican financial policy until the country, is nearly bankrupt." HOWARD RETIRES. After a Visit He Will Reside in Bur lington, Vt. New York, Nov. 8. At Governor's Island a salute of fifteen guns was fired today in honor of General Howard re tired. Howard will leave New York tomorrow for Portland, Ore., to visit his daughter. His future home will be Burlington, Vt. Craig Is AH Right. Washington, Nov. 8. The civil ser vice commission has received an opin ion from Attornev General Olney regard ing the complaint against Lee D. Craig of soliciting campaign funds from the employees in the Ban trancisco cus toms office. In his opinion the attorney general says the offense alleged does not come within the civil service law, and Craig was in no sense an employee of the government. IN MEMORY OF THE CZAR. Services to Be Conducted by Bishop Nicolai. The President and the Cabinet and Other Distinguished Dignitaries Will Be Present. By the Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 8. Bishop Nicolai of Alaska, the only bishop of the Rus sian church in the United States, will conduct memorial services to the late czar at the Russian legation tomorrow morning. President Cleveland, the THE SHIP ST. LOUIS. To Be Christened at Philadelphia on Monday. Washington, Nov. 8. President Cleveland will probably accompany Mrs. Cleveland next Monday to Phila delphia wbere she will christen the new ocean steamer, St.- Louis. All the members of the cabinet with tha ladies and their families and Pri vate Secretary Thufber are expected to be in the party, which will be accom modated in a special train running di rectly to the ship yards. A LONG TRIAL. The Famous Worden Case Now About Ended. Woodland, Cal., Nov. 8. In the Worden case today the attorney for the defense concluded a strong argument. He endeavored to show an alibi and also to prove the defendant insane at the time of the wreck. His remarks were very cutting and made some of bis hearers feel extremely uncomfortable. District Attorney Cook then began his argument which will be concluded to morrow and the case go to the jury. The Old Story. Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 8. Indications tonight are that the Republicans have eighty-five members of the legislature out of a total of 112. The Populists have fourteen and the Democrats thirteen, giving the Republicans a clear majority on joint ballot of fifty-eight. Six Years In San Qulntin. Los Angeles, Nov. 8. J. G. Leyshon who forged the name of several people in this city to various intruments and on them raised money which he appro priated to bis onn ufe, was today sentenced to six years in the San Quin tin prison. . FEEL M ALARM. An Overdue' Srtip Causes No Anxiety. An Atlantic Liner With ISO People on Board Behind Time, but No Fear Yet Expressed. By the Associated Preps. New York, Nov. 8. Inquiries made of the American line 8teaimh!p shows the officers of the company do not feel any anxiety about' the safety of the steamship, Rhyniand, of that line, which, according to a sensational story published here, is now six days overdue on her voyage from this port to A nt werp. The Rhyniand has on boerd about 180 passengers. BUSINESS INTERRUPTED. Two Young Men Arrested by Mis take. Unexpected obstacles are sometimes thrown in the way of thcsa who try to make an honest living. Yesterday mornine two yonng men, strangers in the city who had been hunting without satisfactory resolt for employment, stopped in front of the harness store of J. A. Piattner. baid one of them : ''I used to make a living by selling whips on the streets of eastern cities. If I can't find anything else to do I believe I,can make it work here." A bargain was made with the pro prietor and they went away with a half dozen whips. They made an unsuccessful canvass of the streets and struck out for tbe country. Along in the after noon they returned in the custody of a constable who had run across them seven miles out and with mental agility reached the conclusion that they were handling stolen property. He couldn't get it into his head what business two private persons could want with so many whips. Mr. Piattner explained the pheno menon to the satisfaction of the officer and the young men were indignant at the interruption of their business. They inquired of the constable at whose expense they would be returned to the place where he had arrested them. The officer told them to go slow or he would arrest them for peddling without a license but here the proprietor step ped in and informed the custodian of the peace that bis license was paid and that they were his regularly accredited agents for the dissemination of buggy whips throughout a whipless com munity. They Were Twins. ' The mother of a family showed the ticket collector on the railway a couple of half-fare tickets for her two chil dren. The latter, after looking at them doubtfully, said: "How old are they?" "They are only six, and they are twins." "Ah?" Then after a moment's pause the man inquired: "And where were they born?'i The mother (unthinkingly) "This one was born in New York and the other in Paris." The Council Will Stand Five to Seven. In the Assembly Republicans Have 16, Democrats 8. Full Returns Will Not Materially Af fect the Figures The Names of the New Law Makers. The returns of Tuesday's election are still meagre from Gila, Coconino, Yav apai and Graham counties, but enongh information was received at this office up to the hour ot going to press thie morning to insure a Republican legis lature on joint ballot. As the returns now stand, the coun cil will consist of Bix Republicans and six Democrats, and the assembly of fifteen Republicans and nine Demo crats. This will give on joint ballot a Republican majority of 6, and if it were a state legislature would elect two Republican United States sena torrs. Indeed, there is precedent for the territorial legislature prior to admission, electing senators, in which event the campaign just closed is of greater significance than the Republicans themselves even dreamed. That Arizona is Republican seems at last settled. The delegate-elect to congress, most of tbe county officers and the legislature are now Repub licans, and had the territory been ad mitted at the last session of congress the United States senators from the state would alEO be Republicans. The latest returns show that the personel of the Eighteenth legislature is as follows : Apache County. F. T. Aspinwall. Rep Council Geo. H. Crosby, Rep Assembly Will C. Barnes, Rep : Assembly Coconino County. E. J. Babbitt, Dem Council . G. breenlaw, Kep Assembly Cochise County. B. A. Packard, Dem Council Dr. A C. Wright, Rep Assembly C. L. dimming s, Rep Assemb v H. C. Herrick, Rep Assembly Mohave County. Wm. H. Lake. Dem..' Council O. D. M. Gaddis, Rep Assembly Maricopa County. Henry E. Kemp. Rep Council J. A. Marshall, Rep Assembly A. E. Hinton, Rep Assembly Perry Wildman, Rep Assembly N eils Peterson, Dem Assembly Gila County. E.J.Edwards. Pern Council G. V. P. Hunt, Dem Assembly Graham County. BertDunlsp, Rep Council Joseph Fish, Rep Assembly Geo. W. Skinner, Dem . . Assembly Pima County. J. B. Scott, Dem : Council II. K. Chenoweth, Rep Assembly M. G. gamaniengo, Dem Assembly N. V. Bernard. Dem Assembly James Fiuley, Dem Assembly Pinal County. Thos. Davis, Rep Council M R. Moore, Kep Assemblv Thos. E. Baker, Rep Assembly Yavapai County. A. G. Oliver, Dem Council Thos. H. Brown, Rep Assembly G. W. Hull, Dem AssembW Henry Goldwater, Dem Assembly Yuma County. M. J. Nugent, Dem Council J. H. Carpenter Rep ...Assembly The above tabulated shows as fol lows : Council. Assembly. COUNTIES R D R D Apache 1 0 2 0 Coconino 0 1 1 0 Cochise 0 13 0 Mohave 0 110 Maricopa 10 3 1 Gila 0 10 1 Graham 10 11 Pima 0 113 Pinal 1 .0 2 0 Yavapai ft 1 1 2 luma 0 1 1 0 At Large 10 0 0 Total 5 7 16 8 LATE ELECTION RETURNS. Republican Territorial Vic tory Still Growing. All of the Counties Show Greatly In creased Republican Pluralities Unexpected Cains. Apache County. Special to The Republican. Holbrook, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returns from eleven precincts in Apache county give Murphy 346; Herndon, 335; O'Neill, 30. Joint councilman, Campbell, 317; Gila County. Special to The Republican. Globe, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returna from four precincts in Gila county give Mur phy 106; Herndon, 88; O'Neill, 193. Joint councilman, Doran, 115; Camp bell, 123; Woy, 124. Councilman, Ed wards, 180; West Meyer, 210; assembly, Hunt, 246 ; Howell, 128. Four precincts to hear from will probably poll 145 votes and are expected to elect Edwards. Pinal County. Special to The Republican. Florence, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returns from all precincts except Oracle, Pinal county, give Murphy 292, Herndon, 182; O'Neill, 114. Joint councilman, Doran, 319; Campbell, 201; Woy, 52. Councilman, Davis, 341; Smith, 242. Assembly, Baker, 267; Moore, 286; Price, 255; Cook, 237. ANOTHER REPORT. ' Special to The Republican. Florence, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returns from thirteen precincts in Pinal county give Murphy 292, Herndon, 182; O'Neill, 114. Joint councilman, Doran, 319; Campbell, 201; Woy, 52. Council man, Davis, 41 ; Smith, 242. Assem bly, Moore, 286; Baker, 267; Price, 255; Cook, 237. One precinct to hear from. County ticket Republican with one ex ception. Cochise County. Special to The Republican. Willcos, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returns from thirteen precinta give Murphy 410; Herndon, 282; O'Neill, 213; Doran 454; Campbell. 339; Woy, 199. Councilman, Packard, 507; Pugh, 467. Assembly, Ijams, 364; Patton, 399; Arnold, 342; Wright, 588; Cnmmings, 512; Herring, 552. Eight small pre cincts to hear from, which poll about 115 votes. AT BENSON. Special to The Republican. Benson, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returcs from thirteen precincts in Cochise county give Murphy 437 ; Herndon, 276; O'Neill, 280. Joint councilman, Doran, 476; Campbell, 319; VVoy, 191. Coun cilman. Pugh, 486; Packard, 469. As sembly, Wright, 5S8; Ijams, 342; Cnm mings, 518; Patten, 376; Herrick, 551; Arnold, 318. Coconino County. By the Associated Press. " .. Flagstaff, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returns from six precinct? in Coconino county give Murphy 431, Herndon, 328; O'Neill, 120. j i r '. eonncilman, Doran, 427; Campbell, 343 ; Woy, 56. Council man, Johnston, 392 ; Babbitt, 490. As sembly, Grefnlaw, 5"6; Salzmsn, 335. Mohave County. By the Associated Pr jse. Kingman, Ariz., Nov. 8. Returne in full in Mohave county give Murphy 92, Herndon, U3; O'Neill, 274. Joint councilman, Campbell, 145; Doran, 153; Woy, 150. Councilman, W. H. Lake was elected ; assembly, O. D. M. Gaddis was elected. BLAND GIVES IT DP. The Great Silver Champion Concedes Defeat. The Truest Friend the White Metal Ever Had Knifed by Those Who Should Be His Friends. By the Associated Press. Lebanon, Mo., Nov. 8. Congressman R.P. Bland concedes his defeat by 6,000 plurality. FATAL QUARREL. The Trasedy That a Piece of Land Caused. Litchfield, HI., Nov. 8. Four miles south of here today a farmer named Hattenrot shot and killed Mrs. Charles Neimeyer, then fatally wounded him self. Thejtragedy was the result of a quar rel over the ownership of a piecs of land. Coin and Bullion. San Francisco, Nov. 8. Silver bars, per oz., 63Vrf63;!8; Mexican dollars, 5253.