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THE CASE RfOPENED
After tho Contest Hud Boon Defi
nitely Bottled in Clovo
Hero Gomes the " Latest Latest" From tho
Buck Counties and Giv s Blaine a
Confiding Reports, Distuibing Rumors
and Excited Crowds Rule the
Hlurs, While Wo Wait.
Mot Heretofore Boported.
Nnv York, November 7. Thu follow
In;,' appears at noon on the Western Union
ASSOCIATED I'UKSS IUI.I.K TIN'.
Ten districts not heretofore reported ut
all hiivo just reached the Associated l'rt-HS
ollloe, souio of theui coining
lrom tho Mountainous region by
mall. These foot up as follows:
Jilaine, IJU4; Cleveland, 217; net plurality
In these districts, 447. These figures
only go to coiillrin tho statement made in
this morning's llrst bulletin, that If tho
press footings aro comet aud those oi
the county clerks Incorrect tho Kepubli
can plurality will be nearly l,0u0.
New Yorjc, November 7. The follow
ing has been issued:
Democratic Committee, v
New Yokk, November 0, lusl.J
The Nutioual Democratic Committee
announces to the people of the United
States that Grover Cleveland and Thomas
A. Hendricks have carried 21'J electoral
otes for tho olllces of President and
Vice-President. The States which have
declared In their favor are, Ala
in ma, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,
1'lorlda, (.eorjria, Indiana, Kentucky,
Jui.-iana, Maryland, Mississippi, Mi's.
Kiurl, New Jersey, .New Yolk, North ( uro
1 ni, South Carolina. Teimes-.ee, Texas,
iiginia and West Virginia, ca-tina in all
IM'.i electoral vote'., is elcctontl ot.-s
more than sulliciiiit to elvet. No fraud
or contrivance can defeat the v. ill of the
people of the I'tiit.-d Mate thus publicly
ami deliberately declared.
Signed K. 1'. (iollMW,
Chairman 1-Aecutive Committee.
Nkw Yok, November 7. New York
lail nisht was simply crazy with enthu
siasm. Trenunduous crowds that made
tin- streets impassable conre'ali d around
l'l intiug House Square to watc!i the bul
leiinsat the newsjiajK-r odices with fever
ish anxiety. A doublecolumu of men and
boys inarched through the crowd and
around It cheering and yelling,
"1IUINK, BlJkLNE, BI"N'-ST1IL"CK BLAIXKl"
They marched Into liroadway and kept
on to iK-y street. Tho police tried to
drive them awy but the crowd would not
go. It was wild for a fiirht. The
crowd tried to tear down a Ulaine and
Igan banner but was prevent
ed by the iolici'. Tito crowd
weut back to Printing House
Square, but came back reinforced.
They tLeu turned into Dey street, over
a thousand btrong, beating pans and
shouting. Forty policemen at Church
street charged' tbein. In ten minutes
there was not a pander to bo seen.
The' crowd then quieted down, and
shortly afterward dispersed.
The Tribune Still Holda Out.
New York, November'. All the morn
ing papers cicept the 7Vto admit that
Cleveland has from 1,000 to 2,000 plu
rality In this State. The Trihune claims
l,ooo plurality for Ulaine, and does not
credit the statement of the Associated
l'ress In its 2 a. in. bulletin that from
oiilcial county returns and close figures
on twelve tinolllclally reported counties,
Cleveland will have 1,0(10 plurality.
Nor does It place faith In the Associated
Press statement that the majority re
ported by them for Ulaine has becu wiped
out by Important chamres in the vote of
Westchester and (jueens Counties.
Tlw Tribute states that at 4 a. in.
the Associated Press furnishes n cor
rection to avoid misapprehension of
their 2 a. ru. bulletin, and explained
that while earlier reports yesterday
were made up from district re
turns, later ones were corrected
by footings of various county
clerks. The footings by districts
would give Ulaine 8o0 plurality. As re
vised by tho county c.crks, tho totals
would give about 1,000 for Cleveland.
P.oth footings are to bo furnished to-day
for comparison. If the county clerks
footing Is more correct It Is because telegraphic-
errors must havo caused soino
mistake In tho district returns. Tho
Tribvm claims tho only correct returns
must bo by district tables, while counties
must be mere estimates, which, In former
years, always varied largely from tho
Gould a Democrat Now.
New Yokk, November 7. Jay Gould
to-day sent Uio following to Cleveland :
,4I heartily congratulate you on your
election. All concedo that your adminis
tration as Governor has been w lso and
conservative, aud In tho larger Held as
President I feel conildent that you will do
mill better, and that tho vast business In
tcrests of the country will be entirely
Bale In your hands."
Signed Jay Govld.
An Explanation Which Does Not Ex
plain. Nkw YortK, November 7. Dr. Norvln
Green, President of tho Western Union
Telegraph Company, denies that tho,
election returns havo been doctoreth
"It is nonsense," ho said. "I havo full
faith In Koinervlllo, who makes up our
returns. He Is not a citizen of tho
United States, so that he has no Interest
In tho election. Ho made some esti
mates, and gave some conclusions at
first, and I told him not to do that,
but to give facts only, ns It seemed to
create bad feeling." Tho Doctor as
cribed tho delay In receiving tho re
turns to the fact that thousands o
widely scattered ofllces had to1 be hoard
fro in .
The AMootatod Press as a Wlug-lor.
Nkw York, November 7. Tho Sun
thus tolls tho etory of bow tho Associated
I'roM ffuaUfwIgjlofl out of Its dlleinuiaj
As tho evening wore away tho Aieo -latcd
Press sunt out repeated biilKitlns and re
turns of tin) complete vote lg the various
election districts. Thu lllalno plurality
steadily mounted, and at 11 i.'IO tho report
reads "Ketums from all tho election
districts In tho State but twolvo glvo
OiH.HSs Iiepublican votes, and 637,420
Democratic votes; Kepubllcan plu
rality, 008. ThU Includes slight olU
clal changes in the votes of JeflorsoU,
Cortland mid Franklin counties."
At twelve tho Associated Press record
ran like this: "Ketums from all election
districts In tho Stato but twelve give
C3s,3S8 Hepubllcan votes and 6j7,7s.
Democratic votes. Iiepublican plurality,
040. These aro ofllclal tlgu res, correcting
Albany County." At 12 :30 the news was :
"llcturns from all election districts In the
Stato but twelve glvo 50s,:ius Kepubllcan
voles and C57,h.",4 Democratic votes.
Kepubllcan plurality, 514. The changes
aro made from ofllclal returns of
Tioga und Iiroouio Counties." At
i 12:43 the Associated Press said:
"Olklal returns from Queens County
reduce the Kepubllcan plurality in
the State to 371." At one o'clock the As
sociated Press gave the Stale to Ueve.
land, saying: "Ulllclal returns from West
Chester County glvo a Democratic gain
over previous figures of 4M. This makes
Cleveland's plurality In the State 117."
Tho TYmcji prints the tlual bulletin of the
Associated Press, in which It gives up the
contest and heads it: "Jay (iould gives
up the State:" and In an editorial para
graph It says: "Sir. Jay Gould's per
t formances during the past forty-eight
uuurs navo maae a uovernmeni postal
telegraph a necessity In this country."
Tho Preaent President.
New Youk, November 7. Tho Sun
says: "President Arthur remained at
his rooms at the Fifth Avenue UoUd yes
terday undisturbed by visitors until tho
afternoon, when he drove to the Western
Union building, where he met ex-Governor
Cornell and Jay Gould. He re
turned at C p. in., when he dined aloue,
and afterward went out visiting.
The Final Count.
New Yokk, November 7. The Ihrahl
Miyss "Despite the tardiness with which
the Associated Press has sent in returns
from certain Kepublicun strongholds In
the State, the 1! m!, through private
dispatcher is able this morning to give
an accurate table of the plurality in tho
several counties. The Inures give the
State to Cleveland by plurality.
This result, without the interven
tion of positive and .glaring fruud,
can not bo materially changed. Our
counsel Is for peaceful methods and
careful abstinence from any others until
the last extremity, but if the Kepublican
National Committee's call for "resist
ence" is meant to incite the republicans
to resort to violent means and fraud on
the pretext of preventing the result to
fall upon the heads of F.lkins
and his fellow members, then
upon tliat Committee rests the
responsibility for stirring up any vio
lence that may ensue, (iould's flgnres
will not determine what persons iall be
certified as electors, but Gould's figures
may serve Ulaine men as fbisis for
claiming the State, aud perhaps, for rais
ing a question on tho final couat."
One Hundred Guns.
New YoltK, November 7. The elec
tion of Cleveland is now placed beyond
the shadow of a doubt, tho Associated
Press acknowledging Uiis morning that
New York gives the Democratic ticket
a plurality of 1,200. This assures
Cleveland's (lection. A salute uf one
hundred guns was Bred at the City
Hall Park this morning to signalize the
success of the Democratic ticket. There
was an Immense crowd present, and the
greatest enthusiasm prevailed.
Still Claiming- It.
New Yokk-, November 7. The Jfn7
and Esjwss still claims that Blaine has
the State by 870 plurality, with twelve
districts to hear from. It says the Presi
dency hangs on a very small vote. Gov
ernor Cornell is less coulident. Gould
gives it up, while the Kepubllcan leaders
still insist that lilalne has the State.
Taking a Holiday at Last.
Albany, N. Y., November 7. There is
practically no business being done at tho
State Capital. During the day the heads
and attaches of departments flocked to
the F.xccutivo Chamber to congratulate
Governor Cleveland. Many ladies also
called. Governor Cleveland" was cool and
collected amid all tho excitement, and re
ceived congratulations in a quietly digni
tled yet affable manner, and thanked all
for their kindly interest iu the success of
the party and of himself.
Govornor Hendricks Disappointed.
Indianapolis, Ixd., November 7. A
large number of citizens called on Gov
ernor Hendricks last night and congratu
lated him upon his election. In reply he
said: "Gentlemen: I am taken by sur
prise by tho large collection of my fel
low citizens. I appreciate how well
you have done and the honest senti
ments which animate you. I have
satisfactory Information from which
I have no doubt that the ticket which was
nominated at Chicago July nth, has been
elected. Applause. llul this is a mat
ter of such grave Importance that I would
liko to know very conclusively before I
make any remarks. This has been the
most extraordinary contest I havo
ever been connected with. There
1ms been the most profound senti
meut and anxiety felt among the people,
and for thirteen weeks I havo been a part
of the Interested uwss of my fellow-citizens.
1 have done everything to promote
this result. If you appreciate it, I thank
you. Great applause, I suppose that
by morning we shall have very full Infor
uuitlon aud then I shall bo very glad to
join you in soma expression of gratifica
tion. Until that time, I think I shall say
good-bye to you."
Mr. Hendricks was asked by a reporter
If ho thought there was any doubt about
tho olectlon of the Democratic ticket,
lie smiled and said quietly: "My advices
are from Mr. Cleveland himself, who
sends one telegram of congratulations,
aud I understand the National Committee
has formally notified him that the result
"Aro you surprised, Governor?"
"On tho contrary, 1 am a trifle dlsap
pointed that there should bo any delay In
discovering our majority. As for In.
dlaim, I have never for a moment doubled'
"Not even lu the face of the Associated
"Certainly not. I feel that that .con
cern has treated mo with the jciwtest
Unfairness, bnt It has not deceived me,
though I had a right to expect that
when my own State gavo a verdict In
my favor, tho fact would bo made
to appear to thu public without un
necessary delay. That agency, how
ever, has apparently mado a studied
effort to hide as far oh it could, Uio
Hpiendld victory tho Democracy has
achieved here, and Is oven yet represent
ing the Stato to bo Kepublican when wo
have accurate Information that It has
given little If less than 2,000 plurality. It
is absurd to argue that tho Associated
Press Is misinformed, because it has
more numerous aud prompt sources of
Information than wo have. I fool I have
been done a personal Injury In this
matter, but It will avail them nothing."
The Vote of Hooslerdoro.
Indianapolis, Ind., November 7. A
complete canvass of the returns from ev
ery county in the Stato by the Democrat
ic State Central Committccc gives Clove
land and Hendricks between 8,000 and
12,000 plurality. This count Is made by
reports sent In by the chairmen of the
County Committees iu each county. Tho
total Democratic pluralities aggregate
'iUm, and the Kepubllcan pluralities 23,
87ti, Vote of the Golden State.
San Fuanwsco, Cal., November 7.
The Alta this morning saysi "The out
look In California Is doubtful. Tho lie
publicans claim a plurality for Blaine but
there Is nothing to base it upon. Tho
State may bo for Cleveland by 600. Tho
Democrats elect two, probably three, and
possibly four Congressmen. Tho Seuato
w ill bo Democratic, but the Aasorubly will
Pusey Caught Napping,
Council Bi.cffs, Ia., November 7.
Tho vote In tho Ninth Congressional
District Is very close, though Joseph
Lyman, Iiepublican, Is thought to bo
elected by a small majority over
Pusey, present incumbent.
Painting the Town Bed.
ViNCKNNEs. Ind,. November 7. Both
parties ratilled lat night and painted the
town red. This morning It is conceded
by all parties that Cleveland is elected. j
John P. St. John Burned In Effigy by a
Topeka, Kas., November 7. This city
last night was wild with excitement
over the election returns, and the sus-
: peu.se of both Republicans and Demo
crats was great. Both narties marched
the streets yelling and cheering, and the i
returns were favorable alternately to one
and the other. The greatest indignation is
expressed by Kansas Republicans at
St. John, whose course in New York
has led to results which havo
proved disastrous to their party, and the
ex-Governor's name was shouted in deri
sion by thousands of Republicans upon
the streets. Last evening an etllgy of St.
John with a rope around its neck
j wes paraded up and down tire
pjuiciial avenues of the city, followed
. by a howling mob of fully 3,000 people.
At eight o'clock the procession halted in
front of tho Western Union Telegraph
oUee and nulled to the telegraph polo a
: cros,s bearing the following ' Inscription :
"Sacred to the memory of John P. St.
John, November 4, lssj." A ropo was
thrown over the cross-bar and the clllgy
wa.s soon swinging from the top of the
telegraph poles. Colonel P. 11. Coney,
who was conspicuous as one of the Irish
orators in the Ohio campaign, then ad
dressed the assemblage In the following
Fellow Citizens: Tho just indigna-
a; ... .. . .1. . i . . . . P
iiou oi me nguieous ana loyal people of
Kansas is here expressed "by the public
execration and final destruction of that
carpet-bagger, John P. St. John. lie has
violated every trust aud confidence and
deserves no consideration. 1'arado him I
hang him! burn him! But bo suro and
clear Kansas of his disgraceful name."
At tire conclusion of his remarks a
match was applied to tho etllgy and It was
soon burned, amid the shouts and jeers
of the populace, and the National Pro
hibition candidate, for President went to
destruction in etllgy at the capital of his
Shite and in the city where he lived during
his four years of administration as Gov
ernor of Kansas.
Those Bad Niggers,
Charleston, S. C, November 7. In
Beaufort, Colonel Thomas G. White,
Democrat, who was active In supporting
Eliot for Congress against Small, colored,
was knocked down, kicked and badly hurt
by a mob of Small's adherents. Iu Ful
ton, Clarendon County, a band of negroes
surrounded and fired at the building
where the voto was being canvassed. At
Hickory Bend, Berkley County, armed
negroes drove tho Democratic negroes
from tho polls aud menaced the managers
of the election. In another precinct the
polling place was burned by the negroes.
Jay Gould's Disclaimer Riots in New
Chicago, III., November 7. A special,
dated New York, 2:80, says Jay Gould
pronounces tho congratulatory dispatch
to Cleveland a forgery. It Is reported
that a riot Is progressing in Madison
Square, and that six men have been In
jured. The entire available police force
has been summoned to the scene, aud tho
excitement Is fast Increasing.
Chicago, III., November 7. All re
turns Indicate that the Legislature wllf
bo Democratic on joint ballot, thus In
suring the election of Carter Harri
son as the successor of John A. Lo-;
pan as United Slates Senator. The
Trihitno claims that the Legislature Is a
Domooratio on Joint Ballot.
Dirrnorr, Mich., November 7. Chair
man F.ddy of tho Democratic State Cen
tral Committee practically concedes the1
election of Alger for Governor. Tho Re-;
publican figures place Ids plurality at'
7,500. The majority for Blaine electors
does not greatly differ from theso
figures. Later returns give a Democratic
majority of six on joint ballot iu tho
Michigan Legislature. Jlolh sides now
claim tho second Congressional District,
and both are honest tu their claims un
doubtedly, as tho district Is very close
ind theru has been some errors In couut-1
lug ou both sides.
Ohicaoo, III., November 7, 1:10 p. in,
A Western Union bulletin just Issued!
eonuroM tiic. auihcntU-lty of Air. GouId'J
BOTujTataltthiry' nUpalnih " 1 . )
What the Foat Think ot It
Nkw Yonif, November 7. In reforenco
to tho last Associated Press bulletin tho
rust Bays tho Associated Press is prob
ably far behind individual newspapers In
tho receipt of news from those ten dis
tricts. Adhorents of Cleveland may rost
confident that this Stato has given him a
plurality, and that he has a largo majority
In thu Electoral College.
Alger's Eleotlon Conceded.
Dictkoit, Mich., November T. Chair
man Eddy, of the Democratic Stato Cen
tral Commltteo practically concedes tho
election of Alger for Governor. Republi
can figures plaoo the plurality at 7,600.
New Youk, November 7. Hon, JL T.
Merrick, ono of Tllden's counsel boforo
(he Electoral Commission, In an addross
last night, at a Democratic mocturg,
warned tho Republicans agalnstrepeatlng
the fraud of 1870, as foreshadowed In the
address of the Kepubllcan Conunlttco lost
night. He concluded by saying Cleve
land would be Inaugurated, peaceably If
he could, but forcibly If he must.
IMPOSSIBLE TO DESCRIBE.
Tho Enthusiasm Which Marked
tho Reception of tho News
at Jefferson City.
What Governor Crittenden Has to Say
About the Election of Clove
Und I Told You So.
Jefferson-City, Mo., November 7.
It Is Impossible to describo tho Demo
cratic enthusiasm In this city over tho
election of Cleveland. At ten o'clock
this morning the cupitol building was a
perfect bedlam. The ofllces wcro all
crowded and the confusion was fully
equal to the last Democratic State Con
vention. Surging crowds went from,
room to room, yelling like Indians and
practically putting a stop to all business.
A reporter called at the various olllces
aud found the heads of ail departments
wild with the excitement. The wall of
Governor Crittenden's olllco was covered
with roosters, which the Governor re
marked, were the ones which had escaped
from the Uhbe-JJemocrat olllcc.
was In the best of spirits and' when asked
for his views concerning the effect of
Cleveland's election said: "The election
of Cleveland will bring permanent and
political peace to the whole country, North
aud South. Its tendency will be to break up
the solid North und solid South and draw
us together as one people and one country.
The Kepublican party attempted for
twenty years to unite tho country, and
failed, and now the Democratic party, as
the National party of tho country, wi'l
unite in heart and hand, in commerce and
confidence, from one end to the other.
It will also reduce the taxes of the coun
try to a peace footing."
"What about Cleveland's Cabinet?"
"I can only piwn.1 about Jt, as any other
man. It will be wise, conservative en
lightened, it will guard tho interest of
the whole country and Individuals, white
and black. The credit of the Govern
ment w ill be zealously guarded by the
Democratic party, this success will
restore the Government to the
paths and teaching of the fathers, and
will disprove all the falsehoods of tho
Republicans against tho Democratic
party. 1 think the administration of
Cleveland will be as much broader and
more natural as President, as the field
in which he will operate in thu future
Ls broader than tho present one In which
he is now acting."
"Did you not predict this vlctory-of
"Yes; on the 20th of November, 1882,
after Cleveland's election as Governor.
Win. Johnson, of Buffalo, applied to bo
appointed i ommissioner of Heeds for tho
State in New York City, which applica
tion was indorsed by Governor Cleve
land. My Indorsement on tho petition ls :
'Issue commission to Mr. John
son upon the recommendation of
the next President of the United
States.' When he was elected by that
majority, it clearly pointed out that he was
the coming man of a coining party victory.
Cleveland will make the best President
the country has had since the war. lie
will open the books 'which will open the
eyes of tho people, and will straighten
many crooked paths in which the Kepub
lican party has placed the country."
Brighton Beach Races.
New York, November 0. Tho racing
at Brighton Beach yesterday was excel
lent, aud tho attendance good.
First Race Two-year-olds; three-quarters
of a mile: Robert Brewster, first;
Wlndsail, second; Bonnie L., third.
Time, 1 :24.
Second Kace Selling allowances; ono
mile i R. Monec, first; l.lgau, Kocoud;
Frolic, third. Time, 1:52 1-4.
Third Kace Handicap ; one aud one
quarter miles: Little Dan, first; Tllford,
second; Ten Strike, third. Time, 2:17
Fourth Race For beaten horses; seven-eighths
mile: Pericles, first: Adele,
second; Fellowship, third, Time, 1:08.
Fifth Race Handicap; six hurdles;
ono and one-half miles: Georgo McCtil
lough, first; Quebec, second: Jliu Mc
Gowan, third. Time, 2 :58 1-2.
A Jealous Woman's Awful Work.
Chicago, III., November 7. About
nlno o'clock last evening Cyrus Salllvuu
Gardner, a magnetic physician, 17 Laflln
street, was shot by his wife lu ft fit of
jealousy and Instantly killed. After kill
Jug her husband the woman placed tho re
volver to the head of her fifteen-months'-old
child and blow out its brains. Tho
murderess then placed tho weapon to her
own temple and fired, tho shot literally
blowing her head to pieces. The tragedy
was preceded by n bitter quarrel. Tho
bodies presented a horrible appearance as
they lay on tho parlor floor.
Seven men Killed and Five Injured,
Rkamnu, Pa., November 6. Thu stack
of Ferguson A White's furnace at Rode
sonla fell yesterday afternoon, carrying
down a scaffold on which a number of
meu were working to repair tho stack.
Seven men wore killed and five Injured.
Tho killed are Fred Faremun, Monroo
Poller, Henry Foote, Henry Spangler,
David Berkley and Joseph Hoed. Memo
(t tho victim- remained buried ivuder tfio
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than ordinary kind., and cannot he sold in com
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100 Wail Street, New York.
W. 6. CAEY,
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'earso in readi
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No. 12 Gth St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
Slieloyg-un Mineral springs Water,
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Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
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LOUIS C. II erbertJ
(Suceesscr to Chan- T. Newlanl and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feiitli and Ele
Drive Well Kiirronnd Lift Pump furnltlu'd and
out up. At;uiit for thu Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
hi'hi-Kt pump evi.-r Invented. NewOaa Plxtnrel
tin-tuned to order. Old fixtures repaired and
WrjolibliiE promptly atteudod to 319-tf
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Manufacturer and Dealer In-"
8th 8 tree i, between Com'l Ave. aud Leveo.
ClIOIvK BOIUNG A SPECIALTY
AM. KINDS OP AMCNITtON.
ifea Koaired. All Kinda ol Keys Madn.
Kl.OL'K, GBAIN AND lik
KltrhrtritCiWu Prie Paid for Wbtat.
I he Kegnlar Cairo radncah Dailj
552. CJUS FOWLER
ItrtNIlY K. TAYLOK. MsMef.
OKOKUK J0Ub, Clerk.
Wuvua i'tducah for 01 rn dally (Snndaye fltapt
cd) its a. in., and Mound I'll at 1 p. m. Hntura
on, laea Cairo at 4 p.m. I Mound Ctty at Ipjav