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CAIRO, ILL, WEDNESDAY 3I0RNINO, NOVEMBER 5,
IN THE PASTRY
. JHI3 USED.
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Orally u. the fruit from which they are made.
FOR STRENGTH AM) TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
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Dr. Price's Cr.am Baking Powdar
Dr. Price's Ltipulln Yeast Gems,
ilest Dry Hop Tea.U
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WE MIKE BUT ONE QUALITY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 19i Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ajeutfoi the Celebrate,'.
also carries thelarge.t and beet delected st"ck- ol
ever brought tithe city. Price ranslnc from the
loseei lor i cheap stove op to the clueert figures
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Balld.tr.' Hir lw-, and t complete aortment of
Tinwer-, Oriiilterra. Earthenware .n't g-neral
line of House Kurnl.blni (iooiU. Lamp, fixtures,
etc. Call andfxamln bWor" purchasing.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Ca'.ro, 111.
Telephone No. III.
Goldstine & Ilosenwater
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have fall and complete 11ns of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A he avy stock ot Body Drntscls, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Clo'bs, all ilzoi and prices.
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Grand Central Store.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lart v'tiriety Stock
IN THK CITY.
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Mrs. Emily Bowers,
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UTOood Stock and Trlcea Keasonable..jrJ.
The Dailv Bulletin.
Gathering of the l'oliticul Hosts
For the Great nnil Final
Latest TSews From Various Cen
ters of Intercut and Doubt
Foul Weather and a L!gbt Vote
Reported From Many Lo
But Where the Heavens are Propitious
tho Vote is Unprecedented! Heavy
With Our Side Ahead.
Tammany, True to Its Ancient Traditions,
Voting tho Ticket Straight
Heavy Losses and Gains for Both
Parties Reported From Un
Many and Various Opinions, Good, Bad.
and Indifferent, But Nothing- Defi
nite Known Up to Time ot
Going to Press.
New York, Novembe r 4. A consider
able part ot tho business In the Stock Ex
change yenterday consisted ot betting,
but ius such transactions arc not allowed
on the floor ot the Kxchange, according
to iu rules they were not very openly con
ducted, ami ol course no olllcial record
ot all the bi'tM was obtainable. Trust
worthy accounts indicate that at leat
$100,"hiO was watered. As a rule t!ia
brokers denied that they were betting fur
themselves, and the general impression
was that they were truthful in saying so,
and that the bulk of the inuuey put up on
the illaine side was that of
and Deacon White, of Plymouth Church,
while that ventured on 'Cleveland came
from Messrs. Cammack and Woerlshof
fer, principally the latter. On the gen
eral result the bettliii; was generally on
the b&tds of $10J to i;01n favor of Illaine.
The Ki publicaus began to bet even mon
ey that lilaine would carry New York
State, and they put up large buius nuder
those teruui. Later there was betting at
the rate of tl.OoO on Cleveland to 'J0(J on
Blaine for New York. W. K.Connor,
who in known as Gould's right-hand man,
appeared on the Stock Exchange in
the morning and bet about $13,000, which
was quickly covered by Democratic mem
bers. ColJU, of Collis & Levy, wagered
$2,000 even that Maine would carry this
Slate, and he, too, was at once accommo
dated. J. K. Mead, the Iiroadway banker,
made a bet that Cleveland would carry
New York State, and accepted the 85,000
of a Republican member who asked no
odds. At the Alitor, Fifth Avenue and the
Hoffman House Cleveland was the favor
ite in beta on the State election, but
B LAIN a UiU IN BKTU
ou the general result. In the evening
the Hoffman Houoe corridors were
crowded. Plunger Walton wanted to
bet $H00 to $1,000 on Blaine's carry
ing this State, or offered to bet it four
times, or $3,:'0J to $4,000. A stranger
in the crowd said he would put
up $1,000 to $y00 on Cleveland
carrying the State, but Walton did not
take it. Sheridan Shook and Mr. Wise
have a bet of $1,000 to $5,000 that
Cleveland will carry the State by
100,000 plurality. A wager of 8H00 to
$100 that lilaine would win was made
at tho Kiflh Avenue Hotel. An offer
at the Hoffman House of 9100 to $i
that Cleveland would carry the State
was not taken. Favorable reports iu
the shape of telegrams from Indiana and
Connecticut arrived about ten o'clock and
sent Cleveland stock up, and for half au
boar the betting was even in small 6unis
that the Democratic candidate would
carry the general election. In Twenty
eighth street the betting was fast and
furious. The crowds were so great at
Cridge's and at Kelly A Bliss place that
locomotion was ditlicult. A bet was made
that Blaiue would carry more Southern
States than Cleveland would carry North
ern States. The betting fluctuates from
$100 to $60 to $100 to $70 and $100 to
$80 on Cleveland carrying tho State, and
stood about two to one ou Blalno on tho
" IT M KAN'S NOTHING,''
Bakl a well-known member of the Stock
Kxchango, " except that where tho most
money is there are odds every time. Tho
Republicans have put out a lot of ready
cash to affect tho election if possible, and
they are willing to throw it away if neces
sary to sustain the bluff. It closed with
Ulalno tho favorite last night, but by
three o'clock Tuesday afternoon tho bet
ting will be $100 to $G0 iu favor of Cleve
land. Thoro was much betting ou Wall street
to-day on tho result. Tho terms were
about $100 to $70 ou Cleveland car
rying tho Stato, and about tho samo
odds tho other way on tho general result.
Joseph M. Georgo made oue betof $4,000
to $3,000 with John Klrkner that Cleve
land will carry Now York. George has
bet about $100,000 altogether on this
State. It is rcH)rU)d than Van Enihurgh,
Bchonck A Isaac made a bet of $5,000
ven with Hatoman that Cleveland will
have a plurality over Illaine in New York
BUte. Another bet ot f il,00 to $1,200
that Blalno will be elected, and another
of $1,000 to $500 that ho will carry ono
Routhcrn Elate, were also reported,
Thoro wore plenty ol offers to bet,
BUT FKW TAX KIM.
Heavy bets wore nmdo early down town.
Wocrishoffor, the millionaire banker, has
placed fully $50,000 on the success of
Cleveland, and Addison Cammack is
orodltod with having wagered $30,000 in
tho same diroctiou. "Plunger!' Wal
ton has bloomed out as a lllalno
boomer and has wagered about
10,000. Lovoll, tho boot-maker, has
chosen Blaine aa hut favorite, and
Hands responsible for over $20,000 on
his books. Jack Htcluhart, a weil-kuown
uportlng man, made several bets of $2,
000 to $1,000 on Ratunlay ou Cleveland
carrying Voir York, Hm Jcsy, Indiana,
and CoMMctloufc 8 axe, of Albany, oov-
fved a Imt of $5,000 at the Hoffman
House to-day that Cleveland wilt havo
100,000 more voles in the Slut of Now
York than Illaine.
Cleveland Votes for Klnn-jU.
Ik'FFAi.0, N". Y., November 4. Elec
tion day opened' with a pouring rain
which cleared off about eight o'clock at
which hour the polls were crowded and
half the vote was in many polls by 10 a.
m. Governor Cleveland voted at tho first
district poll, N'luth Ward, tit 9:30, and
left ut It: 15 for Albany. There was a
pleasant little sceuo wheu tho Governor
appeared, llepubllcana and Democrats
alike cheered a ho came up. Half a
dozen tendered tickets, but tho Governor
declined all with thanks, saying, "I'm
supplied, and you know a fellow can cast
but one set." The Governor was invited
to step inside the polling place and cast
his vte, but he laughingly declined. "I'll
take my place iu tho line," he suld, "as
they might raise an objection if I got too
near the box." Ho cast tho full Demo
cratic ticket. .Up to tills hour, 10:45, all is
quiet ot tho polls, though several trifling
quarrels have occurred In the Eighth Ward,
where two Democratic candidates for Al
derman are running, but nothing serious.
There Is littlo trading except at the ex
pense of candidates for Congress In
wards where there aro duplicate local
candidates. The electoral tickets aro
being voted straight. Indications point
to a heavy vote with a majority of 1,200
to 1,500 for Cleveland in this city, and
the election of Lockwood to Congress.
Betting is even more in Cleveland's favor
than last night. Blaiuo men take no bets
on tho State. Clove-land's friends are
taking small bets on tho general result at
KLLLY UKSTOUE8 CO.VriIFNCK.
Nkw York, November '4. Kelly has is
sued a notice that if any men in charge of
Tammany boxes are found giving out
false ballots or trading votes to tho Injury
of Cleveland ho will su-spend them from
their functions as soon as the fact is re
ported to him. This action on Kelly's
part has led to increased confidence in
Democratic circles, and an over
whelming majority is looked
for iu this city. Up to noon tho voting is
heavier than was ever known here. About
twenty ex-convicts registered have been
arrested. Some of them registered at
live different places. The Marshals, Deputy-sheriffs
aiul police are uctlng In har
mony. The crush is expected to come
during the noon hour when the laboring
men will vote, and extra precautions havo
been taken to prevent repeating during
Tammany Goes for Cleveland.
New York, November 4. Tammany
Hall is running Cleveland and Hendricks
tickets at all tbelr booths throughout tho
city. A large vote is being polled.
Nkw Youk, November 4. President
Arthur arrived at the Fifth Avenue Hotel
last evening. He will vote at his register
ed polling place on Third avenu to-day.
For lilegully Beg-Uterinc.
Nkw Yokk, November 4. Johu J. Da
venport's clerks are hard at work filling
out warrants for the arrest of illegally
registered persons. It is estimated that
1,000 such warrants will be served to-day.
Changed In a Few Weeks.
New Yokk, November 4. A dispatch to
the Sun from New Orleans says: "Louis
iana llepublicans concede the State to the
Democrat, though a few weeks asro a
Kepublican canvass showed the vote was
iu good condition.
We Three Agree.
Nkw Yohk, November 4. The Twifs,
H'rald and World agree in the statement
that Blaine and Gould were in company at
Elkin's House, 40 West Fifty-eighth
street, from three to seven o'clock Sun
day afternoon. A lady supposed to be
Gail Hamilton, accomiaulcd Blaine.
Cincinnati, November 4. The election
is proceeding quletely, no serious trouble
being reported up to ten o'clock from tho
turbulent wards at the October election.
Four persous havo beeu arrested for al
leged Illegal voting. Reports from the
interior indicate showery weather and a
Irish Going- to Blaine.
Cleveland, O., November 4. A light
vote has been polled thus far, as coin
pared with the October vote. The
weather is warm and sultry. Tho Irish
in some of tho wards aro going over
to Blaiuo in largo numbers,
while in other localities they are vot
ing solidly Democratic. Spurious lie
publican tickets aro being peddled at
several precincts. A Democrat paraded
the streets at ten o'clock with a Cleve
land badge on which wus printed the
British (lag and arms. Eepeaters are
known to bo In tho city, but uouu have
been arrested. There aro prospects of
a closo vote In the State. Hon. Allen
Aniyess, of tho Cincinnati AVtiVer,
says Indiana will go Kepublican, and
that tho election will go into tho House.
Cincinnati, 0., November 4. Tho
flection in this city is In striking contrast
with that held lu October. To-day thcro
are no deputy marshals, no deputy
sheriffs, and but few police around tho
'polls. As a consequence there Is scarcely
any 111-feellng perceptible and littlo or
no danger of disturbances. Tho vote
to-day at noon to not quite as heavy as
It was at tho sumo time October 14, but
'will hold up well to it. Kcports of lie-
ubllcan gains have come In from all but
ten precincts In the city, and It is possible
no result ui Hamilton County will reach
hat given Garllold when it was over (,000,
n German wards there aro no Indica
tions that they have been at all t Hoc tod by
me scott law auouion.
Voting for Butlar.
CiJviLAru,0. November 4. It is ruin
ing throughout Ohio, and a much smaller
vote will bo polled than lu October. Tho
Hebrows are voting solid for Blalno.
Several lights occurred In tho Ninth Ward
about noon. Tho saloon-keepers through
out Northern Ohio aro working dtllgonUy
for Cleveland, Thq Bohemian, who
voted tho Democratic ticket 4a Ootobor,
are voting solid for mains. Many Demo
crats arc votlug fur Butlor. The Hepub
licoua ut this hour aro olauutmi ths tttitta
by a largely Increased vote over October,
Ci.Kvruxi), ()., November 4. Koports
from ull parts of Northern Oldo Indicate
an Increased Uepubllcau vote. There is
some surprise manifested amoug Kepub.
lieans here over the attitude of tho Ger
mans ou account of tho recent Scott law
decision. The saloon elements aro hard
at work and ure making many Democrat
ic votes among the Germans. A general
stamped.; to lilaine is reported iu several
strong Irish wards.
Light Vote at Cleveland.
Clevkund, O., November 4. Tho
weather is cloudy and threatening rain.
At 10:30 a. in. tlto Indications aro for a
much lighter vote than at tho October
election. The absence of Democratic
workers at the polls Is remarkable. It is
thought the total vote will fall 2,000 short
of last month.
A Heavy Vote Will Be Cant.
CniCAtio, III., November 4. So far
as tho weather is concerned election
day in this city opened under tho most
dismal auspices. Tho heaviest rain of
the season set In about eight o'clock
last night and continued until day
light. Notwithstanding, however, the
muddy condition of the streets, and low
ering bkles overhead, the town was
early astir, and by seveu o'clock
thousands of Deputy Marshals, Hpecial
policemen and voters were hurrying
through tho streets to tho polling
places. The Indications are that a very
heavy vote will bo cast.
Hoavy Bain and a Light Vote.
IxniANAi'ous, Ind November 4. Day
opens damp and chilly, with every indica
tion of a continuation of tho rain that has
been falling during the past two days.
This Is a condition feared by both par
ties, but particularly by the Democrats,
The rains have reudered tlw roads heavy,
so that a full voto In tho rural districts is
scarcely probable, though In the cities it
will not make much difference. It bus
certainly not interfered with the vote in
Indianapolis, where, lu the first half hour,
a larger vote than was ever known, iu the
same lime been tlnowu,
The Vote Will Be Close.
MawACKF.K, Wis., November 4. It
has rained steadily since midnight, but a
very large vote is being thrown, the
Germans voting and working for Cleve
land, and indicating that Garfield's ma
jority iu Milwaukee of 3,000 will be re
versed. Independent Republicans are
standing by Cleveland and advices from
the northern part of the State show that
the .Norwegians, heretofore solidly Ke-
publlean, are working for Cleveland. It
is now evident that the result in Wiseon
sin will be so close that It will hardly
ne possible to Uetemune tnc result to
In ths Balance.
Pkthoit, Mich., November 4. Mlchl
igan is In the balance. Tho Democrats,
basing their claims upou organization
ami careful canvass, declare tho State
will go for Cleveland and Hegole. They
confidently expect a majority of 10,000
for the latter. Cleveland will be a
little below that figure. The tremendous
and unprecedented efforts put forth
by the llepublicans are good grounds
for them for them to dispute the
claims of tho Democrats. Viewed from
a strictly unbiased standpoint, it looks
to-night as though Blalno would carry the
State by a small majority. The Republi
can State ticket is in very great doubt,
especially on Alger for Governor.
THE VOTK PIVIbKD.
Noon No disturbance Is reported in
any part of tho Stato. A fair voto Is
belns polled. In this district tho negroes
are largely voting for tho Blalno electors
ami Democratic Congressmen. Tho white
vote Is also divided on tho electors. Tho
weather is slightly cloudy.
riiiLADi: li'iiia, Va., November 4. Tho
day opened In Philadelphia with the sky
overcast, threatening rain, but tho early
vote Is heavy.
HUT LITTLE SCHATCHINU.
Noon Tho election Is progressing
quietly. Reports from all sections of the
city Indicate an exceptionally large vote
being polled, and but littlo scratching of
the electoral ticket Is reported.
Governor Waller's Proclamation.
WATi'iuifitY, Conn., November 4.
Governor Waller has Issued a proclama
tion against bribery and intimidation,
especially directed against mill-owners.
He spoke hero last night, and, referring
to the circular issued by tho Waterbury
manufacturers, denounced it, and said
tho signers ought to bo hissed wheu they
came to tho polls.
Watkiuuihy, Conn,, November 4. Tho
Republicans say no legal cull luisbuun
issued for nil election hero, and If tho
Democrats win they will contest tho elec
tion on tho abov grounds. Tho consta
bles who should havo culled tho meeting,
us Is claimed, aro all Republicans. Thoro
Is considerable excitement over this turn
of affairs, as tho voto in this city Is im
portant in a olomi Stale,
1 A 88 A CI I UN KT 1 8,
Boston, Mahh., November 4, Reports
from all tho city precincts, as well as
througliout tho state, show a very houvy
Independent vote for Cleveland. Tho
Butlor vote U heavy In Butler's strong
holds, but light in other plaoes. It looks
as though Cleveland would get a majority
over all in DoAtam. Tho Republican party
of tho ijtato souuis to hold its own.
Thrnton, November 4. New Jersey
to-day votes for Presidential Electors,
Soven Congressmen, a full Assembly and
a part of ths State Hcnuto. Ths NUto lu
19M0 gave Hauoook a plurality of 3,010,
Comparisons on tho voto to-day will bo
made with the above voto. Tho present
delegation to Congress stands four Kepub
llcans and tlireo DtanooraU.
liiTMOii or raortiut.
TutiTs ts udikB trouhlA buro, ProatM
tutor Usswijr bad ordorud Cut rrwt of
lamrtK r ilupcooar'and "ttwi oq
charge of bribery. Amoug tho num
ber are said to bo two very
prominent citizens. Tho Prosecutor
refuses to dlvuigo their names. It'
Is feared there may be a collision between
tho citizens and the Prosecutor. War
rants have been issued for the arrest of
persons allowed to have sold their vote
Up to ono o'clock a very largo Republican
vote had been (Killed, tho Democrats ap
parently holding back.
Fkovidexck, li. I., November 4. No
Stato offlcers w ill bo voted for to-day.
Tho closest contest will probably be made
Iu tho Second Congressional District,
where William A. Price (Republican) is
opposed by Charles It. Pago (Democrat)
and A. B. Chadscy (Prohibitionist). Com
parisons wui do made wltu tho voting ol
1SU0. Tho weather is cloudy and threat
ens rain. Voting commenced early and
promises to be full.
Auuista, Mb., November 4. Tho Re
publicans figure a gain of 200jover the Sep
Trouble Feared In the Seventh District.
CoLCMBVH, S. C, November 4. Dis
patches received last night from all parts
of tho State Indicate that the election will
pass off quietly except, perhaps, tho Sev
enth (black) District, where there Is
some apprehension of a conflict of au
thority between the United States Super
visors and State election officers. Large
quantities of arms and ammunition have
been purchased by individuals, white and
black, each preparing for possible eme
gencies. There has been no change In
the Congressional situation. In several
of tho counties the Republicans have de
termined to voto one ticket for members
of the Legislature in every one of the
seven State boxes in order to strike tho
proper ono, and as the Democrats hold
that under tho State law this is fraudulent
voting, wholesale arrests will follow.
Advices from Charleston show much sup
pressed excitement on both sides, and a
conflict of races in that city and In Beau
fort, Colleton and Berkley counties is
feared. There were rumors lu this city
all day yesterday of a riot at Edgefield, '
but these reports lack confirmation.' ,
Arms and ammunition have been sent to
Edgefield and Newberry counties.
A Light Vote-The Probable MaorIty.
Lopisvillk, Ky., November 4. Tho
morning opened with a drizzling rain
and a light voto is being polled. In
Louisville at 11 a. ni. Willis, Democrat,
for Congress, was 400 ahead of Wilson,
Republican. Cleveland will carry Ken
tucky by 40,000 and the Democrats will
probably elect ten out of eleven Congress
men. There Is a noticeable absence of'
negroes from the polls here, and it is
supposed they have gone to Indiana to
vote In Jeffersouville and New Albany.
Indiana Democrats claim slight gains,
but the Republicans assert that they aro
holding their owu.
Several Negroes Killed.
Al'GL'sta, Ga., November 4. The ex
citement In Parkesvlllo, S, , between
the races still remains unabated. Both
parties aro armed, and watch each other
vlgllautly. On Friday night ono of the
guards, who was on watch, fired at what
ho supposed to be a negro, only to find
that he had severely wounded a white
man who had nothiug to do with the diffi
culty. Rumors reached here that the
trouble had been renewed Sunday night
In an attempt to arrest oue of Constable
Black well's ninrderers, and that several ne
groes were killed. All through Kdgeflod
Couuty the negroes are greatly excited
and arc under arms.
Savannah, Ga., November 4. Tho
election Is progressing quietly in South
ern Georgia, and the weather is threaten
ing rain. The Indications are that a light
voto will bo polled.
Quieting the Publio Mind.
Richmond, Va., November 4. Fully
one-half of the forco of special police
sworn In for duty hero to-day Is made up
of brokers, lawyers and merchants, such
being the absorbing Interest felt in tho
result that these gentlemen cheerfully
agreed to give their time to this agree
able business, thinking that it might have
a quieting effect ou the excited condition
of the public mind.
Mkmi'Hls, Tknn November 4. The
election is passing off quietly. Party
lines aro closely drawn, the colored
voto going almost solidly for the Repub
lican ticket. Tho Democratic candidates
for State Railroad Commissioners are
Tiring scratched. The principle Interest
here is centered iu the contest for Con
gress between James M. Harris, Demo
crat, and Zach Taylor, Republic.. The
weather is clear and bracing.
Jackson, Mwm November 4k Indica
tions aro that tho voto of Mlstrtwdppl wttl
be light. This Is das to tb foot that no
general canvass has Immux ma do, the State
being considered certainly Inocraiic.
The weather throngtiout the State Is clear
and cool. Everything is quiet.
What Prominent Men ta Vnvond Posi
tions Think ox the Position.
Sr. Louis, Mo, November 4 A local
evening (Democratic) pqnr publishes the
following personal telegrams seoetved in
answer to inquiries previously propound
ed. They show niauy shade ol opinions,
and aro given foe what tocjr ro worth,
Ueid BUIl Uapadd.
Xww Yokk, Kovwnnor 4.
Is stvisrnrlo your Inquiry oa ory net
thut we now conildcnttj oouns oa New York
tor lilralno and Lnau by a majority ol no
less than ,oW, and eiMK4 the Unpnblloans
to carry every Nortliara Slat, while abw
haviuii hopes of some In the South.
Vr urriLAW Kur,
UmiAurous, Vovomkor 4, 1164,
1 am Tory ounQSitrU ol tula tttata,
TliOMAS A, 1UMIOUICIU.
CnmnrKATt, a, Vovorabex 4, Its.
The situation ta mixed. We bar Unhung
.no awi vfU do emt tmt,j tH?""":
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