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CAIRO, ILL;, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 188J,
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Mrs. AMANDA CLAUICSOX, Agent.
Nwxt Aloxnndf r Co. Jltiuk, Hth St
jrQood Block and Trice IieaooDalilo.Utl
The Daily Bulletin.
FRAUD! FRAUD 1 1
The Inevitable Cry Raised By Both
Parties As the Tardy Re
turns Come Slowly In,
Increasing Anx'ety and Raising Exoite
ment to Fover Heat Now You
8oe It, and Now You Don't,
Comforting Figures For ,11 The Very
Latest Elects Blaine, But Don't
Bet On It.
Waiting forthe Returns.
Nkw Yuhx, November C The excite
ment over tho election In thin city last
night almost reached fever heat, aud the
crowds that gathered at the Republican
headquarters was enormous. Thou
sands of doDars were wagered on tho
final result. Returns at both headquar
ters came In slowly, and tho crowds grew
very Impatient aud called out, "Who's
fleeted?" "Give ns some news!" "What's
the matter with the returns?" At times
the crowds grew very enthusiastic- and
cheered for their favorite candidates.
Both parties still claim this 8tate -the
Republleaus frem 3,000 to 7,000, tod the
iJemociuU by from 2,000 to 6,000. A
dbtpatch was read from the State Demo
cratic Committee of Indiana, claiming
the State by 10,000 majority. Another
dispatch was received at the Democratic
headquarters from Wisconsin, claiming
that State by about 6,000.
New Yowc, November C The total re
turns so far received from New York with,
fifty-seven election districts to hear from,
lve Maine, 552, 849; Cleveland, 552,234;
a Republican plurality of C15. This In
cludes every county lu the State and tho
corrections are mado ujon the complete
ofiiclal returns from the various counties.
Nkw York, November 2 r. . At
this hour matters are the same as regards
the result of the election In this State
as at the Mine time yesterday.
Iloth parties are now charging
fraud. The Republicans claim that
the Kings County vote has been tampered
with and point to the Increase of about
4u0 votes In Cleveland's majority as
shown by corrected returns as evi
denco of their assertion. The Demo
crats on tho cither hand allege that
the returns from the missing pn-clncts In
tin- interior of the state are being "cook
ed" up, and that the delay in sending
them in is due to the machinations of
Republican politicians, whom they
charge with conspiracy to defraud Cleve
land out of tho vote of the State. Tho
feeling In this city among the Democrats
Is Intense. One can hear almost on every
side talk of more trickery of Republicans.
Republican organs still stick to tho
claims that liiaine has carried the
fciate by a Miiall plurality, while
Cleveland organs are positive that
.their candid a Ua has carried it. It now
looks as 11 an oltlcial count will be nec
essary to 'determine the result. Re
turns from precincts not heard from the
Republicans confidently assert will
uvo uiaino a plurality above mrlem
KlvJ! plenty large enough to overcome
the plu.,tlllr ur Cleveland in New York,
Kings, Ric.1,ulon(' ana" Wueeus Counties.
This U disputed Uie l-'euwcrau, who,
whUo ofTerln" Rrounds upon
which tl.or ?.u ."Vjw that Re-
Viblican estimates are 'cuiTll lnsisl ('y
-u cuougn plurality in i,
abov' named, wiih New York
overco.,"! any plurality the RepuU.
may yet 6vt abovo Harlem River.
Nkw ioa iNOvenitxr 6. The Dnilj
Kfv official Lires published this morn
ing show that Cleveland has at least 1,300
plurality In this .State. There seems to
be no doubt of at least a plurality for
New Yor.K, November C The Tribune
In itt latest edition says the returns from
1,742 districts outside of New York aud
Kings Counties give Blaine 67,2'J7 plural
ity. Tho Democratic plurality in New
York will not exceed 5,5 57. That leaves
Cleveland 1,282 plurality, with 254 elec
tion districts U) hear from. These dis
tricts In 1880 gave a net Republ
lean plurality of 4,213, and
tho Kami) nronnrt lnnnt.
. i t-v. w ,viu
this year would give Blaine 2.0(11 nin.
rality in tho State. There is nothing to
Indicate the probability of tho Democrats
overcoming this plurality.
Nkw Yokk, November C, 9 a. in.
Betting four to ouo for Cleveland. All
tho papers In New York, except tho
Tribune, concede Cleveland's election.
Nkw York, November C The Tribune
this moruing claims l,3Ct plurality fur
Blaine in tim State, and puts down
Cleveland's plurality In (jueens County
at 1,554. Official returns received from
Quoen'a County show that Cleveland's
plurality there is 2,523. ThU alone re
versca the Tribune's figures.
Nrtw YortK, November C It now stands i
Cleveland In New York and Kings Coun
ties has a majority of 57,038, while Blalno
in 1,716 country districts has a majority
of 5(1,930, leaving Cleveland ahead W'Ja.
There are yet loo districts to hear from.
Nkw Yoiuc, November 6.-10:30 a. M.-i
Heturas from Richland County aro in and1
reduce Cleveland's estimated majority 2d
votes. Tho latest showlug is as follows s
In 1880 Garfield's plurality was 21,033.
In 184 th Democratic gain In New York
and Kings County Is 7,7ai. In 1884 thrf
Democratic gain in 1,788 country districts
was 14,119; total Democratic gains oi
1 ,910. Cleveland now Is 877 ahe.ad, with
118 election districts to hear from.
Nw Towr, November .Tho Dutty
JS'inm, Democrat, makes Cleveland's ma
jority in tho 6Ute 8.G7L, based largely on
official retunw, tho official plurality lit
Queens County being 3,523 for Cleveland,
700 mora than unofficially reported.
Ai.uast, N. Y., November 0, Tho
Evening JnHt-md, Republican, 8Uto organ,
concedes tho Slate to Cleveland by 1,200.
Nkw York, Novcutbur 0. Outwldo of
New York and Urooklyn, 1,788 election
preclnctn glvo Blalno 8111,809; Cleveland,
884,068; Butler, 10,507; St. John, 20,118,
a not Democratic gain of 14,119.
Boston, Him November ft
Hi ii .1 i i i '
pives Blaho 21,070 plurality, Robinson,
Republican, for Governor, 47,0;(.
Lynn, Mass., November C One hun
dred guns were fired last night In honor
of Congressman Ixm-rlug's victory over
Henry Cabot Lodge for Congress In tho
Sixth District. Loverlug's plurality is
only 178. A recount has beeu asked for.
Petkoit, Micu., November C The
Free Press, Democrat, at 11 :30 a. m., con
ceded the election of Alger, Republican,
aud the Rlaine electoral ticket lii Michi
gan. Excitement over tho closeness ol
the New York vote Is Intense. The bulle
tins were surrounded by eager crowds,
the Democrats being the most exultaut.
Dispatches about eleven o'clock that
Cleveland had tho SUto by 8,200 set them
wild with joy, but later advices, stating
that there were 1,222 precincts to hear
from, calmed them down considerably.
Dktuoit, Mien., November C Noon.
Returns received up to noon Indicate
Rlaiue's plurality to be between 1,000 aud
Ivoianapolis, Im., November), 10:30
a. m. Lato returns strongly indicate a
Democratic victory In this State. Chair
man Henderson telegraphs that the State
has gone 7,0W to U,000 Democratic.
Good authority concedes tho State to
Cleveland by 4,000.
IndianaI'oijs, Isd., November C 10
a. m. In 1,727 voting places tho Repub
lican gain Ls 13,827; Democratic gain,
8,'Jimj; uet Republican gain, 5,lb'7.
Indianapolis, Ind., NoveujberC. 11 :45
A. m. Seven hundred and fifty-one voting
places show a Republican gain ot 14,285 ;
Democratic gain of 8,'JtiS. Net Republi
can gain, 6,812.
Oockixi. Bllkks, Ia.,
Late returns indicate that Lyman, Re
publican, Is elected for Congress In the
Ninth District, over l'usey, Democrat and
present Incumbent, by a small majority.
The vote is so close that official returns
will be required to decide.
St. Lous, Mo., November 6. The
corrected returns for the city election are
as follows: Cleveland aud Hendricks'
majority, 1,100; Ford's plurality over
Mariuaduke (Deiu.), 2,700; Morehouse
received a small majority over Starkloff
(Rep). All the other candidates on the
Democratic State ticket received blight
pluralities, except Black, for Judge of
the Supreme Court, who ran behind
Wagner, aud McDearmou, for Judge of
the Court of Appeals, who was beaten
3,100 votes by Ronibaucr.
On the city ticket Dillon's majority
over Torrey, Republican, is GOO; Har
rington's over Foerstel, 1,000; Nidelet's
over Wilcox, l,0o0; Clover's over Fax
son. Democrat, 1,500; McDonald's oer,
Sullivan, Democrat, GOO, and Titman's
over Wcigel, 2,200 votes. The Republi
cans elected three State Senators from
the city, James C. McGiunis, George W.
Davidson and John M. Kelly. In the
First Representative District three Fu
tdouists were elected, but the otbor three
districts went Democratic. The Board
of Canvassers meet in the city Register's
office to-morrow to complete the official
count, but the above ilgures are substan
Boo.vvii.tE, Mo., November C. Leslie
Smith, fusiouist, was elected Sheriff of
Cooper County, by eighty-one majority.
M. K. Gentry, fusiouist. was elected
County Treasurer by forty majority. F.
C. Wing, fusiouist, Mas elected member
of the County Court from the Western
District by tifty majority. Tho Demo
crats elected the rest of their county
ticket ly majorities ranging from 100 to
300. Manuadukc's majority in this
county Is about 100. lie ran slightly be
hind his ticket. The defeat of three uoin
luees ou the ticket Is due to disaffection
he Democratic party ami Democratic
in . iu
Jacksonvillk, .Vu- 'ovcm&cr C Ad
vices from Madison ite tfcas ti'e h
lots were being counted T.t nlV'ht a bau'1
of armed negroes raided the .'ourt-IIouse,
took the ba.lots and destroye 'I the tally
sheets. Several shots were llr.Hl but no
one was hurt. At Hamburg the same
Richmond, Va., November C Cleve
land's majority in Virginia is now placed
DANni.i.E, Va., November G. Advices
from adjoining counties this morning
show that there was no display of vio
lence during the election. A consider
able number of colored people voted tho
Democratic ticket. The Coroner of this
city insists on his statement, after minute
examination, that the death of R. W. Law
son by a pistol shot, as published yester
day, was accidental.
Chari.kston, W. Va., November G.
Tho latest returns indicate that West
Virginia has gone Democratic by 5,000
CHAW.K8TON, W. Va., November C.
Seven counties officially reported show a
not Republican gain of 1,000. If tho re
maiuing forty-throe counties sustain this
ratio It will give tho Stato to tho fusion
ELECTED AN ISSUE.
Congratulatory Telegram From
Chairman of the National Pro
Chicago, Iix., November G. -Tho fol
lowing dispatch has just been received
Nkw Yohk, November G. Tho total
Prohibition voto of tho country will ag
gregate 200,000. Four years ago it was
less Uian 11,000. It has decided tho
Presidential contest in New York. Cleve
land's majority is about 2,000. Official
returns will not materially change tlmso
Ilgures. Tho Prohibition vote in Now York
is fully 25,000. Tho Prohibition voto
in Alleghony, Monroe aud Orleans couu
Ilea nlono would havo carried tho Stato
for Blaine If cjmt fur Mm. Tlw, 1'h.i.im.
tlonlsu have stood up to lie counted and 1
reuuxe tuo limult offered to temperauco
meu at the Chicago Couveutionn. And
this voto ban mado prohibition a National
lssuo, which will not ko out of Natioual
politic! until every beer shop and drunk
cry have gon from America. Tho
Republican party havlutr boon removed
fiury whisky Democrats fonr years ahead. I
am fully satlslled we had no choice be
tween candidates of old parties, butwero
fighting to elect an Issue, and we havo
von. Work to mako the lssuo win In
18SS is already begun.
John B. Finch,
Chairman National Prohibition Committee.
Blaine's Illness Denied.
Aiot-sTA, Me., November C. Tho re
port that Blaine is, or has been sick, slnco
his return to Augusta Is untrue. While
he was receiving congratulations in his,
library this morning ho said In reply to
any inquiry about his health. "1 uever
felt better in my life. I remained In my
room most of Die timo yesterday because
after seven weeks of continuous publlo
speaking, I was still quito hoarse, aud I
felt that I was entitled to one day's-rest."
Tin! fact is, that ho is In excellent health
and spirits and, as this dispatch is writ
ten, lie is just getting ready to go out for
MlUltOltKD MY THIS I'ltESS.
What the Leading- Papers ot New York
Have to Say About It.
Nkw Youk, November G. Tho leading
newspapers of this city speculate as fol
lows upon the result of tho election!
The 7'iHie says: "New York has beeu
carried by tho Democrats by a plurality
of 3,0o0. The returns on which this is
based are nearly complete, and the official
count will but slightly vary it. The six
votes of Connecticut and New Jersey's
nine are assured to Cleveland. Tho Dem
ocratic majority In Indiana w ill bo nearly
10,000, giving 15 more to Cleveland, and
Wisconsin may be counted ou for 11 more,
while there is a, strong probability that '
the success of tho fusion ticket In Mich
igan will and nine more. This gives him
2;',a of tho 401 votes of tho electoral col- j
lege, a majority of 77. Grant polled
some 20, Ouo voies more than be
long to Tammany Hall, while Cleveland
nearly received that number less than
would have been his, If the full legiti
mate vote of Tammany had gone to him.
The inference is Inevitable that there must
have been about 20,000 Tammany votes
transferred to the Blaine ticket. It may
be that John Kelly did not directly bar
gain away these votes to Blaine, but had
ho shown a disposition to support tho
National ticket faithfully he could have
prevented the trafficking. Kelly's rela
tion to the Democratic party Is once more
clearly defined. For the attainment of
his own seltlsh ends he is ready to betray
it at any time."
.The Trihuno says: " Grace's total vote
for the mayoralty exceeds that of Grant
by nearly 11,000. Grace's success was
not due to exceptioual popularity. He
was looked upon as having the stamp of
regularity. Tammany's attitude toward
Cleveland lost Grant thousands of votes."
, I.MI'l'DKNT GAME.
Tt.) i"; flics nays: "A more impudent
game of bluff was never played In Ameri
can politics than that which the beaten
leaders aud followers of Blaine attempted
yesterday from inorulug until night with
reference to tho vote of New York. Jay
Gould was the performer, with Steve
y.lklun' National Commit fee as an ac
cessory. Whether his bluffing was success
ful enough to enable him to rid himself of
i ny of his imperiled stocks or even to
hedge on bets does not clearly appear.
What Ut clear, Is that there was at no mo
ment yesterday any reason for modifying
the conclusions reached Tuesday night
that Cleveland had carried New York and
been elected. The Western Union Com
pany continued during the hours on the
Stock Exchange to supply bulletins to
suit Gould's views, making wilder
"claims" without giving the data, which
would have shown their absurdity. The
ingenious Elklns seems to havo used the
weak backs of his own correspondents,
with such effect that tho reports
of Blaino majorities waxed apace.
This seems to havo been done
not from auy specllic design, so much as'
tifion the general principle that something
might turn up and that it would be a fatal
mistake to lose everything through a nog
itCt to claim it. the fears of a " couut
out" in' this State are, we believe, entire
ly groundless. What is really serious is
that a stock jobber should have boon able
to use the chief of the agencies on which
tho people depend for their news. That
., ( Western Union Company should have
, "iusively emploved for a day as
Decn ex. Mt:W of tloui j's ik,s is a Xa-
the mouth,. ,tjk.h indicates a National
tional scandal ,.
the iii'.u., ,0 r),lilI)1(5
lno Ihruht: "Accordln. M"bly col
estimates, exclusive of tho . " Press
ored dispatches of the Associated . -cr
tho State is undoubtedly ranged utii.
tne i. leveiand column. Contradictory and
peculiarly worded partisan dispatches up
U) the hour of going to press, which
would indicato a Blaine victory, have
beeu received through tho agency of tho
Associated Press and Western Union.
We are informed that a Western Union
expert and an Associated press man
are constantly closeted with all the ex
perts from all over the State and from
Indiana ami that the mysteriously
made dispatches which Interpret all doubts
and possibilities In Blaine's favor como
from that source. These dispatches help
tho Blaino journals to keep up their cour
age a little, but they can do no permanent
harm, for a false report can not ehango
tho returns. As we go to press the Indi
cations are that tho electoral voto will
stand 225 for Cleveland, 170 for Blaine
and G for Butler. This estimate places in
tho Democratic column tho States of New
York, New Jersey, Connecticut and In
dlana, with tho solid South, and gives
Michigan to the fuslonlsts, as Is now
claimed by Ilium."
The Sun Hays: "Tho result Is still In
suspense, aud it cannot bo stated con
fidently to which sido victory Inclines.
Tho election now hinges on New York
State. Tho rural districts have almost, If
not quito, overcome tho big majorities for
Cleveland In New York and Kings Coun
ty, and result Is in doubt. Figures
collected with unusual euro Indicato a
plurality of 1,648 for tho Dem
ocralto candidate Flgnres gathered bv
the Associated Press Indicate a slight
plurality for Blalno. Now Jersey, Con
necticut, Indiana sod Virginia are no
longer doubtful States. They havo been
curried by tho Democrats. Wisconsin
has been carrlod by tho Republicans.
1110 rpH,llt 1,1 tlio tt est Virginia remains
in doubt, but tho chances lnclluo In favor
of Dlaiuo." ,
Tho TorW say.! "Despite Impudent
lialniJi yesterday by the Republican iimn-
Iffnrs, the fact remains that tuo people
Uve chosen Cleveland President.
of doubt. Semi-official returns show
a plurality for Cleveland of uot less than
6,000. Indiana and Connecticut aud New
Jersey are as solid as adamant in the
Cleveland column. Thero is strong bo
lief that tho Democrats havo carried Wis
consin, while Michigan will probably
throw six of her electoral votes In for
Tho Tribune says: "We still believe
that Blaine and Ixigan are elected. Sev
eral States are In doubt, but the Republi
cans seem to have the stronger probabili
ties in their favor. There are Indications
that In some quarters the returns have
beeu tampered with lu the Interest of
Clevelaud aud reform."
Sanguinary Status of the New York Rats
New York, November G. The New
York Central Ticket Office in this city to
day began selling first-class tickets to
Chicago for $12, and Kecond-class for
811. The rates to other poluts are as fol
lows: Cincinnati, 912 and $11; St.
Louis, $15 and $14; Cleveland, $'J.50,
and Indianapolis, $14. The announce
ment of tho cut was quickly circulated
among. the agents of tho rival lines. Skin
ner, eastern passenger agent of tho West
Shore immediately issued orders to meet
the rates of tho Central. Tho Delaware
& Lackawanna and Pennsylvania Roads
coilflnued to sell tickets to Chicago at
the old rates $25 and $25. Men con
versant with railroad matters say that tho
Pennsylvania will be compelled ere long
to put its rates down in order to get Its
share of the passenger business. "When
that company begins to take this step,"
an agent said, "look out for blood-red
Incendiaries Commit a Shocking Outrage
In the Hocking Valley.
Columbus, .0., November 6. Three
bridges on the Straitsvllle Branch of the
Columbus, Hocking Valley & Toledo
Road burned this morning. Loss about
$10,000. The wires wero cut aud com
munication with the general of
Ilces thus shut off to-day.
The bridges were all in the 6amo neigh
borhood, between Straltsvllle and Nelson
ville. Before the firing of the bridges a
party of unknown men appeared(atMurray
City and threw bombs from the hillsides,
which were exploded.
Tha Governor of Hong Kong Ro
ceivea Orders to Exclude
Tha Easy Task Lv'd Out For the Expedi
tion to Bochiamlani The Mir
quia of Londonderry Doad.
Concentrating On All
Routes Leading to
AFTEH THE KliK.VCH.
London, November C. Sir George
Bowon, Governor of Hong Kong, has re
ceived orders to stop French men-of-war'
from making repairs In the harbor and
not to allow them to load war material at
HlANl I '-CHINESE DI1F1CI U Y.
London, November 6. A Paris corre
spondent of the 77hcs says tho Franco
Chinese conflict could easily be adjusted
if England and America together would
use their Influence with both powers.
THE UUNCO-CHINESE WAlt.
Shanoiiai, November G. Tho Chinese
Council of state has failed to arrange for
the settlement of tho difficulty with
A nil CAN EXPEDITION.
London, November G. The expedition
which is to bo sent to Bochiiana Land,
South Africa, will be composed of 4,000
men. No extensive defense is expected,
to be made against tho efforts of the
British commander to adjust the diffi
culties in South Africa, as It Is gener
ally understood that the only forces like
ly to oppose them are marauding bands of
Boers and others, which can easily bo
London, November G. The Marquis
of Londonderry died suddenly to-tlay.
as bom In 1821, aud succeeded to
Ilc iu 1854. He sat in Parliament as
his title v, mid voted us G. H. Vane
an Irish pc Oistjoreagh, M. P., born
Tempest. V. Djj,
In 1852, succeeds u. ' ,
THE SOUDAN. ,
Cairo, November G. Accord-.
live reports the rebels are coticciu
their forces on all tlto routes leading
Khartoum. Native spies allege that the
Malull has sent guns and ammunition to
Ostium Dlgna to enable him to resume
operations on tho Red Sea littoral.
TIIK T Lilly.
Brighton Beach Raoes.
Nkw Yoiik, November 0. Tho track
at Rrlghton Reach yesterday was heavy
and sticky, Thero was a good attend
ance. First RaceAll ages; three-quarters of
I mile 1 David Gideon, tlrst; Yorktowu,
docond; Theodorus, third. Time, 1 iTi 8-4.
Mutuals paid f 2GV.H).
(Second Race One mllei Metropolis,
llrsti Tllford, second; llotachlmle, third.
Time, 1 :4ll 1-4. Mutual paid 943.80.
Third Race All ages, one and one-halt
mlleflt Hartford, llrwt; Topsy, second;
Clarence, third. Time, 2: ID. Mutuals
Fourth Race Threo-yar-olilrt, oue and
one-quarter miles:! Leo, tlrst; Jim Car
lisle, second; Kcuador, third. Time, 2 i 111.
Mutuals paid, ftft'J.ns.
Fifth Race All agon, one mllei Little
Fred, llrst; King Fan, second 1 'ave-o'
Llitht, third. Tlme,lt49. Mutuals paid,
Did Mot Know It Was Loaded.
Cincinhati, O., November . Ucrtlo
Kuln, aged ten, a n,'whoy, whs shot and
tiniest lUHtautly killed by Thomas Mo
Corrunck, fourteen yeura old, last even
lug, by playfully pointing a toy pUt-ol nt
Tills powder never varlea. A marval of pnrlty,
Hreunth nnil wholcsonu nw Aiore economical
than ordinary klndi. ami cannot bo aold in com
petition with ttio mi)ltiude of low tent, abort
wulnlil, glum o i hiiftihate pewclern. 8nli only
In ciiiiS. ROYAL MAKING I'l.H'D' It CO.,
I0H Wa I Sheet, Now York.
W. G. CAEY,
alwata on band.
'curse in readi-m-ss
Ko. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Slu-ljoyg-an Mineral Springs Water,
always on hand,
Milwaukee Beer in key,s and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4tli Jt Ccm'l
(Suceessn to Clia.-). T. Newlaiul anil
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth ami Ele
venth Ms ,
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Jirlvu Well Pun 0 and Lift Tumps furniahed and
titil up. Aku'iI for tho C flcbruU'd
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
hi!hcl pump evor Invented. New tiu Flxtnre
nri-Micd to order, U;il fixtures repaired aud
ljy.Iol)l)lnii promptly attended to 819-tf
Manufacturer aud Dealer In .
8:h bUeei.liawecn l'oui'1 Ave. mid Lt-vuo.
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Hlffbost C&nh Price P:iM lor Wheat,
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