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M1YKJ A Am Cm
GETTING AT THE KERNEL.
Tho Various Boards of CanvnBsera
Dolntf Thoir Work Undor
Much Orouu'l GonoOvt:rWiiliout Ma'erial
Chaiig, But Showing a Gradual
Ga n for Blaina.
A Generally Mjre Hpjlul Feeling Indi
cated as Pievailini; Arrung
The Canvass In the City.
Nkw Youk, Novi nilicr li. Tin; ollicinl
rauviiNS (f tin' voti.' (if t!iU city whs con
tinned to-duy. It Is now 'c m ially l'
llcvcd that the it; (if tin- coiinll.-s above
Hark-in l!iid'"1 can not cliaa'i' Clrw-
I h 1 1 r s pliuaiily alrrady uiiiidiiiici'iI,
thiiuirh nn aieidi'iilal rrror may totally
wijic it out. nn this tin: U iiililieatM
ficciu to base their lioi'i-'S. The real
II ht Is cxjiecti-d t) be made ill this
city. The total number of votes
which (leore Uli-s, counsel for the Ke
I'liblieans, expects to take exception to in
come form or other, amount to 4,'mio,
About one-third of thee it Is claimed arc
defective or blank ballots, and the rot
are liutler, St. John and other vot.-s which
Were IlliseouilteJ, excluded, or (JtherwNi!
lidded to swell the Cleveland ot'
A Change of Throe.
JlKiK.hi v.n, X. V., November li'. The
County Canv!iscr of Klm.'s County re
sumed their wurk at nine o'clock this
morning. 'J'here was a lare atiieiinof
liiierest..'d spritaturs pre-eut. The Can-a-ers
having coiMph t'ed the Sixth Ward
la-t iiL'ht, took up the s- truth Ward this
luorninir. When ail the dir-tiicts had
been duiiiiti'd it wa found that the vote
"a as follows: Cleveland, ;!,,".r,'.i; lilaine,
I;.:;:!.;. Compared with the police ivtuni-.
Cb veland's los is three vot".
Tl:- Ki.iith Ward ','ives ( -jereland 1'.-
1,1 'I. 'liii- i two b
III reported bv tlie liolie
h v. !a:id I!
'I tie Ninth U ai
''ie ( h-veland 1
l.i'll. 'lid- i- t:ie aiiie a le re-
v. a - :
a lo-s of
, l ., wnica i-.
(l:-iri.'t of the Tenth Ward
lou i f 1 rr Hole : " lelith-inelk
how this book is to be liliei
was the fi.l
ii"t know iji ir
out, we put
(.11 scratched and blank tickets in tin;
I .iliot-box." (in motion of Siipi rvi-or
'J lioinas, the note was pasted in the book,
luthe Klevetith, Twellth and Thirteenth
V.' ird.s th 're were no chav.:es.
J t ma i (.., I., I., November 1L'. The
(.Jueeiis Comity Supervisors (.ompKted
their canvass of the Hlecloial vote this
in. ru i rtir. The return from Oyster Hay
tin y found defective utter the canva.-.,
but not an error affecting the result. The
vote, m odicially announced, Is: lilaine,
Jt.i; Cleveland, lo,;i.;7; Jiut.'er, l'7u; St.
John, l'(d ; plurality for Cleveland, 1,'.':'.'.
JtMuet, I.. I,, November 12. The vote
of Suffolk County Is, lilaine, u.rO; Cleve
land. ;, CM; liutler, St. John, 4.v;, a
plurality for Cleveland of ao.".. There
turns heretofore published .'ave Cleve
land a majority .VJ. Cleveland's loss,
Blaine Oaina One.
( YinrrsK, N. V., November I:--hiioii-d::-a
County, loillelal) ives lilaine,
le.v.1.'; Cleveland, l;',,li;;; St. John, HOI ;
liutler, !''.. lilaine gains one.
HviAVi., N. Y., November 12. Gene
sec County, (ofllcial) (rives lilaine 4,0ol ;
Cleveland, ;i,i;i:;; St. John, ;;s;:: limier,
1 1 . No chaise.
W.mi.miiwn, X, Y., November 12.
Jefferson County (olhYiul) cives lilaine
'J.njii; Ch vi land, ;,n;;: st. Jolni, i;;',i;;
Hutler, A L'aia for Cleveland of
Democratic Lawyers in Conference.
Ni-w Yoiik, November 12. The Demo
cratic lawyers held another conference
last night mid carefully went over their
(.'round to make sure of the tdreiiL'th of
their position. Mr. Conkling spent some
lit lie time with them. Mr. Conkliui,' de
clines to talk In public about the Muni
tion. The most that can be gathered
from him is that Cleveland is elected be
yond all doubt, and Ids friends need have
no apprehension of the result. John J.
O'llrleii is reported to be roosting very
low. lie said to a friend to-day, "Oh,
we've (rot nothing here in tills city,"
liven William Walter 1'hclps has lost ull
hope, l'helps Is accused of treachery to
ward lilaine, and one of the best evi
dences of it is In the fact that In his own
Congressional District Ids vote was 5i)t)
more than Maine's. New York may us
Well be conceded to Cleveland.
"We rest our hopes now upon the
frauds practiced by our opponents," said
the Secretary of the National Kepiibllcan
"How do you account for Mr. Conkling
coming to the relief of the Democrats'!"'
lie was asked.
"( ih, we don't account for It. Conkling
lias streaks, l!,v the way, we have news
from ITorida to the effect that the returns
from I'.scuinhl.t ( ounty have been spirited
away and that the Counly Clerk has also
disappeared. There Is no knowing what
limy happen In Morlda, if the Democrats
Continue their rascalities,"
The Matcnieiit was made to-day with
Home degree ol authority, that (iould'H
coiigrtitiihitloii to Cleveland wasonlva
blind. Could was credited with tell'lng
an Intimate friend that New York hail
been Used to give llhilne a plurality, ami
lie was said to have furnished men money
and telegraph faellltleH to help tho work,
lie Npenl an hour In the company of
Whltelaw lichl hist night.
Speaking of the action of the county
boards of canvassers, the Trilmna nays
that so far no great Irregularities have
Tint Timi'H reports show that, all the er
rors on which returns were Kent back for
correction were technical and did not In
clude any charge of fraud.
The Triliitnu report charges that frauds
have been committed In Albany County,
twelve prroiis having voted without ,bu
lug registered. The Trihmie says: "The
oilicial result in the tldrty-seveii counties
completed yesterday does not considera
bly change the previously accepted He
tires, The Una! result may not be deter
mined for a week or ten days. The As
Hiciated l'ress llgures Saturday morning
gave Cleveland 721 plurality. This has
j hi nee been reduced by the error In New
ork and varn d by slight changes else
where, so as to leave Cleveland, on that
basis, about 42.1. Our own tabic on
Thursday ni'jlit gave lilaine Hi,
but the llgures for Cattaraugus,
continued by the Associated
press and the State Committee, contained
an error and the correction brought dowu
that table to 4os for lilaine. The truth
probably lies between the two. At any
rate, there seems to be no reason for be
lieving that the plurality will amount to
&u0 either way, unless through unex
pected action by some of the Hoards of
Supervisors. It Is Idle to dispute or dog
matize over a margin so narrow in a vote
so large, and with so many points of
irregularities or worse yet to be passed
upon. It is not time either to be over
sanguine of success, or to give up the
case. We can only hope for the result
for which we have been laboring.
VisUlnif the Sasre.
N'i.w Yoiik, November 12. Daniel Man
ning, Chairman of the Democratic State
Committee, accompanied by Andrew If.
(irei n tool; the eight o'clock train from
this city to Youkers yesterday morning.
Tin y were met at Yonkers by Geo. W.
Smith, Tilden's private secretary and
drove to Greystoiie. They were received
by Mr. Tilden, and spent three hours at
Gieystone. Manning, Green and Smith
took the 12:22 train lroni Yonkers to this
Evarts on the Situation.
Ni:w Y'oiik, Nuvcmlx-r 12. When the
Hoard of Aldermen met yesterday after
noon, as a Canvassing Hoard for tho
votes of New York County, Mr. Kvarts
appeared as the reprcsetHtivc of the He
publican National and State' Committees,
accompanied by George IllLss, Clarence
Seward, Jiobert Sewell and Win. Allen
Hutler. The Democratic National and
state Committees were represented by
Judge franklin li.irtli t!, General Francis
C. Harlow, Aaron J. Vandcrpool, Charles
I'. Miller, I raneis M. Scott, Francis L.
stetson, IMwiu II. Hiicon and James C.
' art. r. i;i a cold window-ill Mr.
Ilvarts seat, d hlniM-lf, playing with his
hat and kti icking his heels together. His
ban, lank ligure was clearly denned
against the strong light. Mr. Kvarts was
not in a particularly good humor. Ilis
lace was sour and his ( yes looked cold
and hard. No one approaehod him but
the reporter, and tin; great lawyer imine
diatelv shut himself up.
"You are lu re to see that Mr. lilaine is
not cheated?" sugge. tcd your corre
spondent. "1 am here, w ith others, to watch the
count carefully, and see that Mr. lilaine
gets his just legal rights," answered Mr.
ilvarts. "Questions of great concern are
likely to occur with reference to Mich
matters as rejected ballots, and th in
tention is to test tho vote and the act! of
the inspectors by the strict letter of the
"It is said that, if errors are discovered,
and the Hoard of Canvassers refuse to
correct them, you will take each Individ,
ual error to the courts to see whether tin
board can not be compelled to rectify tin.
I "In doing that we would be selling
: nothing more than our legal rights. We
i certainly have the right to appeal to the
courts in every single instance where it
would appear that tho law has not been
"Hut will you do this?"
"There may be circumstances which
would necessitate it."
"Suppose the decisions iii all these
questions are so long delayed as to have
the result of throwing the matter Into the
House, what then?"
"Well, what then?"
"How will that help Mr. Maine?"
"I do not think that the selection of the
next President will go to the House at
"Do you think vou have a good case,
"That is a question which can be better
answered a little later on."
Mr. Ilvarts smiled just then as the He
publican Aldermen, by a deal with the
Tammany aldermen, elected Alderman
Waite, a Iicpublicau, chairman of the can
vassing board. Committees and clerical
help were arranged for and the
Hoard was about; to adjourn mil 11
to-day when Alderman Kirk created
A Mil l) HKNSATlO.V
by reading a protest against counting the
ninety odd thousand votes cast for Wil
liam It. Grace for Mayor, on the ground
that Grace was not a citizen of the I'nit-'d
States or of the State of New York. Tor
a moment the Aldermen looked at each
other and sinllod, and then the matter
was quietly referred to the Committee on
Protests. The Hoard then adjourned
until ten o'clock to-day, when the actual
work of canvassing the returns will begin.
Mr, Conkling did not put lu an appear
ance. What Mr. Blaine Was Kunninj For,
Nkw Y'oiik, November 12. F.mory A.
Storrs, of Chicago, suddenly put lu nu
appearance hero to-day, and said conil
deiitlally to a reporter that he was look
ing for facts. "What I want," said Mr.
Storrs, "are facts as to whether the al
leged defective electoral ballots with Mr.
Huttorilcld's name clipped have been
thrown out and destroyed or merely
throwu out. If those clipped ballots
are thrown out on account of Mr.
Hutlertleld, the ticket must Mill htand
for the remaining thlrty-llvo elect
ors, but, if the ballots are destroyed, I,
as a lawyer, can see, and you can see,
that llrst evidence Is wanllmr and the
name Is true of the Hutler tickets, said to
ihavo been counted for Cleveland'. Tho
ballots are the llrst vouchers and, If these
are destroyed, the question follows! How
arc you to prove or how do you know
they were counted for Cleveland?"
"Why does Mr, lilaine so strenuously
urge that he has carried New York on a
"How do you know Mr. Maine does no
claim?" replied Mr. storrs. "I don't
know about that. What do you think Mr.
Maine has been running for? Fun? No,
Mrs li las been running for the l'resb
dciicy. He wants a fair count, and Ills
Ills duly to get It."
Cliulnnaa Wurreu and tho Keportor.
Nicw York, November 12. Chairman
Warren of the Hepiibllcan Slate Commit,
tee u'tw Impatiently uwalting tho arrival
of A. 8. Drapur to tako olir(ro of tho
coniuiltk'Q arid lot Warren no. Immyjn
Buffalo, when tho reporter met Liin to I
"I am utixlous to get awav aud return
to my buMneHh," said Mr. Warren; "aud
I don't propose to go over the ground of
this whole campaign with reporters. But
I do want to ask the Democratic party
a few questions. Are they willing
to abide by the result of the ofllcial count?
Do they expect to secure by threats and
bulldozing that which tho votes of tho
people have not given them? What Is tho
incming of the el?rts of the Democratic
leaders to Inflame tho minds of Ignorant
The reporter suggested that ho was not
the Democratic party lu its entirety.
''Well, whether you arc or not, I don't
cure a picayune. These are the things wo
want to kuow."
Conkling Sees No Eoason.
Nkw York, November 12. Mr. Conkl
ing said yesterday. "My Information
now extends to some (Ifty counties. In
twenty-three or more the Hoard of Super
visors met and concluded their task. No
changes were niado worth notice, but
Willi straight-forward honesty the fact
was certified as it had already appeared
by returns tiled and published, lu the
other twenty there seems no ground
of controversy. In this city and Kings
County there seems no reason to appre
hend any serious question about the num
ber of votes given to tho Presidential
tickets that number Is already known
far and w ide. As to writs of mandamus
or other extraordinary proceedings, I can
not discover uml need or excuse for them
so far, nor any justification for prolong
ing or haggling, over the matter."
Republicans Accent the Figures.
Ni:v Yoiik, November 12. The Times
nays: Iu several of the rural counties
the canvass revealed tho fact that one or
two of the list of electors had been
scratched for some reason not apparent.
Iu a few instances, electors thus discrim
inated against ran three r four votes be
hind their ticket. This scratching seems
to have been done by both sides, and it Is
too tritling in amount to have any effect
upon tin; result. The canvass also' shows
that. In the interior of the state St. John
ran far ahead of liutler, his vide averag
ing more than two to one iu the counties
heard from. It was announced last night
at the National Democratic headquarters
th:.t after a thorough examination .of the
vote of N'. w York city, tho Iicpublicau
coutiel have agreed upon the canvass of
the llgures already accepted and an
nounced by tin- Democrat-, so that there
will be no contest on the Presidential
The Associated Press Defended.
Nkw Youk, November 12. IMerring
to a statement in the Journal of Com
mure yesterday that the Associated Press
election returns had been collected under
the supervision of the editor of the 7'W
luiir, that journal says: "The President
of the New York Associated Press should
know better. The recent election returns
have been collected under the entire and
aide supervision of the General Agent,
without the slightest Interference of any
Sort or description from the editor of the
Ti-ihune. In fact the editor of tho Tri
iu nr. lias never performed but two acts
w ith regard to this whole work of the As.
soei.ition. He informed the General
Agent of a Iresoliitiou of the
New York Associated Press, con
cerning the proper payment for the
collection of city returns, and when the
bill came in certiiled it for payment.
So much for the fidt of the Journal of
CiiiiiiiK-rir. Theu is no evidence of parti
sanship lu the Associated Press service.
It has been much the best and most
accurate service ever given within the
same period of time at any Presidential
election, as the tiles of tho Joiinml of
Coinmcrre will prove, and tho ofllcial
coiiutjjiromi.se.s to show that some of its
chief errors were iu favor of the Democ
racy. Dampened Hopes.
Nkw York, November 12. Tho hopes
of the Kepubl leans have been greatly
dampened by the announcement made
yesterday by Mr. Iioot that ho found
Cleveland's majority iu this county to be
4;!,22i'i, wiping out the gain of 42(1 voles
for Plain.' announced on Saturday.
The County Hoard of Canvassers met
to-day shortly before noon. There was a
formidable array of counsel for both par
ties present. Hon. Wm. Ilvarts,
although not present, was within easy
call. Senator Conkling's absence was
explained by a gentleman present who
said he had been engaged to supervise re
turns from the entire State, and would
not appear before the Hoard of County
Considerable distrust was manifested
by the County Democrats of the Hoard
over the combination made between
Kepublican and Tammany Aldermen
yesterday, The Chairman appointed a
Committee on Protests, and one on
corrected returns. Canvass was then
proceeded with. First Assembly Dis
trict was llrst taken up and gone over
by election districts. Changes In districts
thus far will not materially affect the re
sult already announced.
Chairman Jones Still Confldont.
Nicw Youk, November 12. "1 have
nothing to add to what was told you hist
night," said Mr. Jones, "We are confi
dent Blaine has carried the Stale and we
will continue to think so until the matter
Is positively settled,"
It is not expected there will be any
thing of a light In the Interior counties id
the State, but the great events will li.ip
pen lu this city.
The llepiibli'ciins claim to have "start
ling Information" about frauds here, to
gether with clipped electoral ballots and
a dozen or more technicalities, and the
Democrats discount them lu the same
iiiio kicmocuahc co.mm'iti t,b
Issued an appeal for money this morning,
and many responses have 'been received.
In Possession oi tho Democrats.
Cincinnati, o., November 12. Tho
city belongs to the Democrats this after
noon. They luivo drawn a mark about It
and tiro In possession, A grand daylight
jollification with an Immense street
parade of several thousand In Hue, ll!
several bunds of music, Is now marching
through tho principal streets.
1)1! LAW A KK.
Full Offlolal Vote of the State.
Wilmington, Diu, November 12.
Tho oilicial vole of Deluwaro 1st Cleve
land, 17,06l Blaine, 12,778i 8t. John,
Cut Butler, U, The St, John and Butler
cloclorul ticket were reported In New.
mantle County only, TU Timiperanca
LrSlnLativj; vole was lji,!
Tlio fJreat Tratfodlan In St. Louis
H's .Opinion of
Go7ornor Hoidly Issues a Proclamation
to tlie Law-AbidT g Oit zjns of
the Hocking Valley.
Was It Murder ? Htmp For a Horse
Thief Negro Ravishers Cap
tur .d and Idcnt fled.
Sr. Lous, Mo., November 12. Genial
John McCullough as he srteppod from the
elevator into the rotunda of the Southern
this morning, was met by a reporter,
whom he greeted cordially.
"There is nothing, my boy, I can tell
you that you don't kuow already," he
said, with a smile.
A great change was noted in his ap
pearance since tho reporter met him
here several weeks ago. The look of
melancholy had almost totally disap
peared! there was a flush of health iu his
face and he smiled frequently with gener
al satisfaction. "My health, eh?" ho
replied. "Why, look 'at ine. Could I ap
pear in better health? 1 can eat more
and sleep sounder than any man of my
acquaintance. Why, I feel us if I could
jump over a house. And my mind I
guess there's no trouble there, for I would
know if anyone would."
Then as his engagement was mentioned,
a cloud passed over his face and he lost
much of the cheerfulness which he had
"I n v i; sot hktiiu:i
from the stage. Mr. McVieker, of Chi
cago, told nie I could not act aud closed
his doors on inc. I propose to make
hlin pay for the harm he has done me,
and have already entered suit against
him. Siuee then the newspapers have
kept the thing up aud treated me
ery harshly. In Mngland many such
edilois would have gone to prison. 1
came hereto till my engagement, but I
found that my troup had not been noti
ced. Hut I expect to begin my season
in-xt week, either in Cincinnati "or Pitts
burgh. My manager has tilled a long list
of dates for me, aud I can make as much
nioiny as I overdid. This idleness is
w earing on me. I want to act, for I love
my profession as dearly as f love any
thing iu the world."
A Proclamation by Governor Hoadly of
Coi.L'Miiis, 0., November 12. Gov
ernor Hoadly at noon yesterday Issued a
proclamation to Iaw-abiding citizens of
Athens, Perry and Hocking Valley Coun
ties asking them to actively assist the
civil authorities In suppressing the dis
order and crime now rampant iu tho
valley, and In bringing the criminals who
nave destroyed life and property to nuin
Ishineut. The Governor says if they do
i mere win no no occasion to urmt troops
niio me vancy; out mat order must pre
vail iu those counties If it takes the
entire military force of the State to
accomplish It. The fact is, a relgu ol
terror exists lu the valley. People arc
afraid to do anything against the murder
ous and Incendiary element among the
strikers, and the Sheriffs of Athens and
Perry Counties are candidates for re
election and will do nothing to punish tho
foul ciinies committed w ithin their coun
ties. Business men of this city are be-i
ginning to agitate the question whether 10
Is not tune lor tin; authorities to put ;
Moj) to the existing condition of things,
which is injuring the business Interests:
of the city aud state to an alarming ex
tent. Was It Murder P
Cnossi:, Wis., November 12. Mar.
pit ret Mckcr, a servant girl, w as shut au
Instantly killed by C. W. Bunn, a law
partner of 1'nited Slates Senator Angm
Cameron, about nine o'clock lust nlghtl
The girl had with two others gone tolhu
residence of Mr. Itiiun to call on a sert
vant employed there. They llrst tried dm
rear entrance, but no one coining they
went around to the front entrance ami
rang the bell, at the same time handling
Hie screen In front of the door. Mr.
Bunn supposed he was being visited by a
burglar, so ho took down his shotgun and
laid lu wait. Becoming convinced that
some one was there, he llred through tho
window. The shot took effect lu the
Hemp for a Horse Thief.
St i.i.iva v, 111., November 12. Davo
Wilson has been arrested at Jacksonville;
and will be brought here to stand trial
for stealing Donley Patterson's horse and
setting lire to the barn. It turnsoiit that
ho committed the crime iu order to get
even with Patterson, who, he claimed,
underpaid hlin In a settlement this
fall. There Is some talk of lynching him,
WiMisi.it, Ont., November 12. Ai
young girl named Dellina Dehatre,
a:ed thirteen, on her way home Mon
day e tiling, was accosted oa Doiigall
avenue, by two negroes, who carried hoi
ton common nearby, brutally outraging
her, aud then lied. Yesterday John
Mi'iTlman, a negro, aud John Small,
a half-breed, were arrested, and posi
tively ldeiitllled by tho girl as her as
sailants. National Veterinary Aauoclatlou.
CiiHAtio, 111., November 12, Tho
second annual session of tho National
Veterinary Association began at tho Sher
man House yesterday evening. A largo
number of delegates wero present, and
tuuch Interest was manifested In the pro
ceedings. Papers wero read on pleuro
pneumonia, tuberculosis and other topics
of Interest to tho profession, A resolu
tion was adopted to ho presented to tho
National Stock Growers' Convention to
day, looking towards the securing of
legislation for the appointment of skilled
Veterinary Surgeons as Inspectors
throughout the country,
CniCAdO, III., November 12. The war
among the Missouri ltivrr roads still con
tinues. The fare from Chicago to Kansas
City Is now one dollar; to St. Louis, three
nu I n half. Hates from Kansas City east
have also gotio to pieces, Kansas City
roads have made A rate of flvn dollar to
Chicapo. aud foftr rtotlara to fe. Louis.
Thin powder i.ever vnrlci. A marvel of purity,
ftrentrtli unci nlirilcsoiiieoimi. .More ecououilcsl
ilmn ordinary kind, and cannot Iks mid in eom
petitiiui with the imiltl'udti or low teat, ehort
weight; alum o hoepliate powder.. Sold onlr
lu caua. iiOYAL HAKlvG I'l.WD' K CO.,
iuo Wa IStieet. New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
W. 0. Cary.
alwiiM on hand,
Teai'so in readi
ness when called
No. 12 Oth St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer and Dealer la
ALWAVS OS UaNU.
Milwaukee Heer in kes and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
LOU ISC. HERBERT,
(Successrr to Chan T. Xewland ana"
Pluin, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. fcntL and Ele
OA1KO. : : : ILL.
Dilve Well Kiirro and 1.1ft I'llnmn farnlihed anil
out up. Auoiit for the I'clobruted
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'
he bet iHiniii ever Invented. New a Kliturn.
tin Ifhed to order. o;d flxtiirua repaired and
i"Jobblnc iiromptly attended to 819-tl
-Manufacturer and Dealer tn
:u Street, between C'oiu'l Ato. ud Lcveo.
CIIOKB BORING A SPECIALTY'
ALL KINDS Ol A MUNITION.
s,if.. Ue'iairrd. All Ifinda l Koyi Mads,
f ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
r'l.WK.GHAIS AND Lk
1 - W ptian Flooring Mi 1 Is
'llirlK'nr Cosh Prl Paid tor WiMat.
I ha Kegulur
Cairo I'adueah Uuilj
irnNtir K. TAYL-OK, Maater.
UKOKUU JOUIio, Clerk.
Ictvxa Ptilucah fnrt' dro dally (Sundari uteapt
mli at 0 a. m., and Mound City at 1 1. m. Heiuro
uv.leavci Cairo at 4 i.
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