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THE - DAILY
CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMB R 29, 1884. '
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ADRIFT IN A BOAT,
Terrible) Tale of Suffering
Death by Three Lost
Sixty Hours of Hunger and Ice Two
Become Insane and Oue of Them Dies
Eaduoed to Cannibalism.
How the Survivor! Were Sighted by
Passing Vessel, and Rescued
From Their Peril.
Philadelphia, Pa., November 28. A
dispatch from Lewis. Del., says: The
three-maoted schooner Helen L. Angel,
from Georgetown, S. C, for Baltimore,
brought Into port yesterday Pilot Marshal
Bertrand and Alfred Twanson, a Nor
wegiaa, two .of the three men who on
Monday moraine left the pilot boat
Turley In a skiff, for the purpose of
putting Thomas Marshall, another pilot,
on board the steamship Pennsylvania,
which was bound for Philadelphia. They
succeeded la performing this duty and
started back to regain the Turley. The
weather was very rough, and they never
reached their vessel. It was supposed
they were lost. Several pilot boats were
sent In search of them, and one cruised
800 miles off the coast without finding
them. Bertrand tells the following nor
Soon after leaving the Pennsylvania
they found that In the darkness they bad
lost their bearings. Ihey Had no com
pass on board, and not one of the Dcla
ware lights was visible. Their frail boat
became unmanageable, and the wind and
sea rose higher every moment. Yt ben day
light broke they were drifting rapidly to
sea before a strong northwest gale, and
ttu-n abandoned all hope except that they
might be carried within sight of some
vessel. This was but a forlorn chance,
as Bertrand knew that only by some lucky
accident would their craft, which most of
the time was in the hollow of the seas, be
sighted from tbe deck of any vessel. All
they could do was to keep her as much as
possible before the wind.
The weather was bitterly cold, and they
had left the Turley in such haste that they
bad failed to take their thicker clothing
or to throw In any water and provisions. I
Soon the spray froze upon their oilskins,
aud their stiffened muscles refused to do
their duty. One man attended the helm,
while the others attempted to keep the
Lust from swamping by constant bailing. 1
All Monday, .Monday night and Tues
day they drifted aimlessly about, suffer-
liii: the extremes of hunger, thirst and
cold. Toward dusk on Tuesday evening,
both the Norwegians became delirious,
and before Bertrand could control them,
they lost oar and everything else that
wa loose In the boat.
Thus left without means of handling
the skiff Bertrand can hardly explain bow
it escaped from filling or capsizing. He
says tnat he occasionally sank Into a
Stupor la which the raving of his ship
maU'fl, the roar of the wind, and the lash
ing of waves, were curiously mingled
In whatever remained with him of con-
He supposes that it wasabrnt midnight
of Tuesday when one of Tbe Norwegians,
whose name neither himself nor Swansen
knew, drew his sailors' knife from its
sheath and made several plunges at him,
declaring that he would kill hlra and
drink bis blood. The deranged man was
too feeble to carry out his intention. Lx
ha us ted by his long fast, and clad I" bis
icy garments as In a coat of mail tell
shrieking and gasping across the thwarts
at Bertraud's feet, and In a few minutes
he was dead.
The clouds had passed away; the moon
had risen, and its beams fell upon the
colored features of tbe dead sailor, upon
whose face the freezing spray quickly
formed a film of ice.
To add to the peril of the remaining
men, tho boat shipped a great deal of
water. The bailer was among the things
that the crazy men had thrown overboard,
nd Bertrand was forced to take off one
of his rubber-boots to use in its place.
Thus he freed the boat from water, but
his unprotected foot was frozen. Swan
son was so near death as to be Incapable
of rendering any assistance, and except
when be was raving be lay like a log.
When the sun rose on Wednesday morn
tug Bertrand eagerly scanned the horl
ton in search of a sail, but saw nothing.
As bis glance fell upon tbe corpse of tho
dead sailor, It occurred to him that It
might bo tbe means of prolonging life un
til rescue came. Horrible as the Idea of
cannibalism was to him, he realized that
nothing else remained between them and
death, lie roused Swanson, and was
happy to discover that his mind had
comparatively cleared aud that he under
stood what was said to him.
The cold had not abated, but tho sea
had gone down, and tho day was bright.
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uenrauu auew " tuuy couiu seep nine
untU nightfall, they would In all llkell-
nooa do picaeu up, as uey couiu not ue
out of tho path of the coasting vessels.
Then came the supreme moment. Ber
trand Indicated to Swanson what he pro-
Cised to do, and the latter agreed with
m. With the small remnaii? of strength
kit them they tore the stiffened oilskins
and tho underclothing from tho dead man,
nd left a portion of the body exposed.
Into his breast and shoulder they plunged
their knives, and eugorly sucked tho
blood from the wounds. They Immedi
ately felt refreshed, and tho tortures
which they had experienced were allayed.
Fauslng for a moment In their work, they
returned to it, and cut strips of flesh
from tbe corpse.
Kach devoured a little, though Bertram!
snys It was with a loathing which only tho
conviction of self-preservation couitl cn
able him to conquer.
They then laid back under tho gun
wales of their craft, occasionally raising
their heads to scan the waters for a sail.
They were scarcely conscious of the pas
sago of time) but when the sun went
down, Bertrand saw passing Its disk a'
teasel not more than a mllo distant and
heading almost directly toward them.
Tho welcome vision animated him, and
springing to his feet with some vigor bo
stretched himself to his full height In the
stum-sheets, and drawing off his oilskin
ooat, swung It high abovo bis head.
Just at this moment fortune aided
hlmt the boat mounting high upon the
crest of a long roller, so that It was
thrown Into full view of the lookout ou
the veauel. For a moment she held net
, course, and ho feared that In the fading
Hunt the were not aeon. A moment
around before tho wind and headed
straight toward them.
Tho rescuing vessel proved to be tho
Helen L. Angel, which In the storm had
missed making the capes of tho Chesa
peake. As she ueared tho castaways mio
launched a boat, and by six o'clock Wed
nesduy evening they were comfortably
resting In her cabin aud comforted with
food and drink.
For sixty hours these men hud nothing
but salt water and the fl tU and blood of
their shipmate. The sceu of the reseiio
was eighty-tlve miles southeast of the
Five Fathom Light Ship, so that In the
three days and two nights which had
elapsed since tb..-y put off from tho Tur
ley they had diiltcd around in that nar
Just before the Angel bore down on
them, they threw overboard the body f
the dead man.
Tbe AnL-el arrived at the breakwater at
five o'clock yesterday afternoon, and
Bertrand was put ashore. He is In good
condition, with theexceptiou of his frozen
feet. Swanson was sent to the Turley,
and la reported as doing well. It is said
that a bark passed the lost men's boat on
Tuesday, and that, notwithstanding their
hailing and signals, she paid no attention
THK COMl.NU CAKU1NAL.
ArohbUhop Feehan, of Chicago, Likely
to be McCloakey'i Successor.
New York, November L'8. Tho l'len
ary Council which is now in session in
Baltimore will probably receive from tho
Tope, before it closes, the name of the
Archbishop who will succeed Cardinal
McCloskey, as Cardinal. Catholics all
over the country are deeply Interested In
the matter, and the statement of one of
tbe clergyman who is attending tbe Council
that Archcishop Feehan, of Chicago, would
probably be appointed, has given rise to
much discussion. A New Voik Catholic
layman, who Is thoroughly versed lu the
affairs of tho church, suld yesterday:
'The United Stales has always been
looked upon as a missionary country,
and affairs of the Catholic Church here
are wholly In tho hands of the. Pope
and his Cabinet. The title of Cardinal
here Is more of an honorary appellation
than anything else, for a Cardiuel has no
more power than an Archbishop, except
that he forms oue of the Pope's Cabinet,
and can vote for a Pope when necessary.
The title is usually bestowed upon the
Archbishop whose diocese Is the largest,
and whose work h.is been most Import
ant aud proline. The Catholics in this
couutry number now, I believe, j
MOItK THAN 8,0ilM,ll0O, '
and almost every Bishop we have is
worthy of all honor that ean be bestowed
upon him. Archbishop liibbons of Haiti
more has been iiieutiom d as likely to be
made a Cardinal. The See of Baltimore
was tho tlrt Archbishopric In tins
couutry, aud therefore Archbishop tiili
bons Is called the Primate of tho I'niied
States. Archbishop Feehan, I think,
is likely to receive the appoint
ment. He has done a great work in the
West and Northwest. He is an older man
than Archbishop Gibbous, and although
the latter is an accomplished gentleman,
bis opportunities have heeu restricted as
compared with those of Aichiilshop Fee
han." "How about Archbishop Corrlgan, tho
"lie ltu nut aiMuiiin the rank of Car
dinal on succeeding to tho Archbishop
ric." la mm no iKs.
Woods, Ferry Sc Company Resume Busi
Cl-EVKLAND, 0., November 23. Tho
extensive lumber llrm of Woods, Perry
& Company, burned out during the great
conflagration here last September, has re
sumed business again on as large a scale
Starting Up Again.
riTTSni ROH, Pa., November 28. Tho
puddling and horse-shoelug departments
of Schoenberger's rolling mill, which had
beeu closed for some time, resumed op
erations this morning. Chess, Cook &
Co.'s mill, after being shut down several
weeks, will start up Monday.
Takes all the Blame.
Middletowx, N. Y., November 23.
The Middlotown National Bank closed Its
doors this morning. Tho failure was
caused by President Thomas King, who
accepted a largo draft from Benjamin D.
Brown, a grain dealer of Indianapolis
and Burlington, without security. Brown
has made an assignment. This bank has
a capital of $200,000, and a surplus fund
of J115.000. The extent of tho loss is
not yet known. King takes all the blame
on himself. His recent advances were
made without the knowledge of tho other
olllcers aud directors. The Bank F.xam
luer is on the way from Washington. A
slight run has occurred ou the Savings
Bank here, but the latter Is lu no way In
volved, and will stand tbo ruu easily.
Down They Go.
Dallas, Tex., November 29. The
schedule showing tho list of depositors,
liabilities and assets of tho bank of
Adams & Leonard, which made an as
signment a few days since, has been tiled
In tho office of tho County Clerk. It
shows the liabilities to bo 9317,877.72;
assets, $61,259.45; actual assets not
known, but not believed to exceed
It Is rumored thnt tho Houston & Texas
Central Hallway will reduce the wages of
employes on Hoci-mber 1st fifteen per
cent. Tho reason given Is dull times aud
Luok DeadlAgalnst Illra. I
Bradford, Pa., November 2s. Farmer
Wagner has made a practice of keeping
all his money In the house, having no fail h
lu banks. Throe years ugo the house was
entered by thieves, who stole ft2,r)),
Waguer then put what money ho had left
In a bank, but It having failed, he again
resumed tho practlcn of keeping It at
homo. Saturday night the Wagner fami
ly were at a neighbor's, aud on returning
home they found that burglars had broken
open nearly every receptacle in the house
and stolen most of tho farmer's savings,
Governor Crittenden's Trip Raet.
JicfrKitsoN City, Mo., November 23.
Governor Crittenden left this afternoon
for Washington and New York. 1 1 u goes
to Washington for tlio purpose of getting
the caso of tho State vs. the II inulbal &
St. Joseph Railroad ndwiticed on the su
premo Court dockeli and his visit lo Now
York will he for the purpose of exaiulu
log th. securities of the Htato held by thu
A BLOODY TRAIL.
A Chapter of Assaults Inaugurated
by the Uao of a K:iife in tho
Hands of a Boy.
A Tou-g Man Hia His Thnat Cut
From Ear o E ir-E s Sist r B utally
Assaulted by a Drunkard,
For WHch An Innocent Man is Kicked
and Beaten Nearly to Death by
St. I.oris, Mo., November 28. A stab,
bing affray that was uot only a horribly
bloody one, but also very .singular
from the curious complications that fol
lowed, occurred last uight at tho south
east turner of Twelfth aud Biddle streets.
Frauk Moore, a youug follow aged about
eighteen, became Involved In a dispute of
some kind with Jos. Honecke, a youth of
twenty, who cut his throat from ear to
ear, tho muscles of his neck being sev
ered, and then ran away. Moore's com
panions tried to arouse a doctor, but uone
would take the case, and at last tho
bleeding boy was taken home to 1225
Wash street. His sister rushed out to I
get a surgeon, but was assaulted by
an unkuown drunken man, who disap
peared in the darkness. Tbe young men
watching with Moore ran out to her
rescue and set upon Thomas McOUvray,
living at Twelfth and Carr, aud beat and
kicked him so that he bad to be taken to I
tho Dispensary. Moore's wounds were .
finally bound up properly, but he will
probably die. HeUecko was captured ut
Broadway and Lubeaumo street, and
identified by his victim.
Stabbed Seventeen Times for Assaulting
Pmr inn mil t Vk Ynvnmttnr 9fl
Fablce Sylvester, aged twenty -four years,
was stabbed seventeen times yesterday
by a pretty little woman at the corner of '
Seventh and Baker streets. When ar
rested, she gave the name of Katrlna Sor
row, aged twenty-eight. About a month
ago Sylvester wrote a postal card to tho
woman's husband, telling him to come to
the Pennsylvania lhiilroad ofllce and ho
would bo given employment. Sorroto
Immediately btarted for tho depot, and
while ho was away from home Silvester
called at the house aud attempted to as
sault Mrs. Sorroto. A warrant was Is
sued fur his- arrest, but ho was
not apprehended. Vesteulay ho was
seen near Seventh ami Baker streets by
some frieuds ol the woman. They went
to the stutiou-lmuso for an oflicer to ar
rest liim, but before they could get buck
Sylvester started to go away. He had
gone but a lew steps when he was seized
by Sorioto aud au unknown Italian, and
held while the enraged little woman ran
up with two dirks in her hands uud bes.au
to stab him. He was utterly defenseless,
uud had li not beeu for a heavy oveicout
tie wore uud the lact that oue of tho
knives liroke off at the hilt he would have
hrva muMlt-rrii outright. Am it wtit, ho
received seventeen thrusts. Sylvester
was carried V) the hospital. Tho would
be murderess was arrested.
AX INHUMAN MO.NSTKU.
He Cuts the Hand From Ilia Own Dead
CUild and Throws It at Hi Wile
A Fool's Infatuation.
Toronto, Can., November 28. Oue of
the most unnatural acts ou the part of a
husband aud parent ever recorded has oc
curred at Uanauoipie, recently. A Mrs.
Qumolle, of this city, gave birth to a
child, and her husband, with whom sho
had lived happily many years, employed
Arainantrm Cook, a girl of twenty, from
the lying-in hospital, as nurse. Tho child
died aud was buried here, (juinollo had
become infatuated with the nurse, who
was very comely, and persisted In keep
ing her lu tho family. He removed to
Gauanoquc to avoid tho censure of his ac
quaintances. His wile refused to speak
to him till the girl was sent away. In
his rage at this, (juinollo emtio
to Toronto In the night, ex
humed tho child, cut off ouo of tho
bauds, aud returning, threw it ou a table
before Its mother. Mrs. Quiuollo was
throw-u into spasms, aud was helped to
her room, where sho was confined for
days before recovery. Quluollo called
for needles aud thread, sewed up tho
cuts on the hand, and also sewed linen
over tho stump and ate his dinner with it
lying on tho table before him. As soon
as Mrs. (juiuollo recovered, sho discov
ered that tho uurso girl was encionle aud
abandoned tho house, whereupon yuinollo
and tho girl tied to the States. They aro
supposed to bo in Boston. Mrs. Qulnolle
told her story hero Wednesday, and It
was continued by tho cemetery authori
ties, who found the body of tho child mu
tilated as described.
distkaciih hy failure.
A Prominent New York Business Man
Throws Himself Under a Train.
Pout Chester, N. Y., November 28
Charles T. Goodwin, of the firm of Charles
T. Goodwin & Co., cracker manufactur
ers, Now York, left his homo about two
o'clock this morning In a distracted Btuto
of mind, uttering horrlblo outcries. Ho
wus pursued unsuccessfully by bis wlfo
md neighbors, His mangled body was
found this morning near tho railroad
track with his head and right arm cut oft
md tho heart and entrails torn out.
lioodwlu was sixty-two years old, and
leaves a widow and live children. Tho
recent failure of tho llrm Is supposed to
buve affected his mind.
A Negro Thief Lynched by a Mob In
Bu.TiMottn, Mo., November 28. A re
port has reached hero that Georgo Brls
coo, colored, was lynched Wednesday
olght at Newbridge, lu Anno Arundel
County, ibis State. Ho was charged with
robbery, and when delivered to tho Con
liable to be taken to jail at Annapolis, a
trowdwavlald tho olllcer, took Brlscoo
Hid Imug'hlin. Ho hud previously boon
rvarned to leavo tho couuty bceauso of
U'cqitont robberies In tho neighborhood.
Spent Thanksgiving- Day In Jail.
Coi.iMors, ()., November 28. Twenty
Iwo of tbo Hocking Valley miners spent
Thanksgiving Day In jail at Logan. Seven'
f thorn were Imprisoned Tuesday seven
I V c, J eK . JZZZ
to Jacksonville over tho Central Road,
and Dp-others were arrested Wednesday
night lu the vicbiiy of Huuliu-1 and Mur
ray City. All the arrests havo been made
quietly, without trouble or excitement, i
It U expected that Congressman Converso J
will defend the prisoners, The report
that Governor lloadly had ordered troops
to be In readiness to go to tho valley Is
denied at the Kxecutlve ollloe, where It is
thought that the civil authorities can copo
w ith any tioublo that has arisen or thai
It Was Not Cholera.
Galvkston, Tkx., November 29.
Consternation was created yesterday by
a rumor that tho whole of tho crew of tho
British bark Koine, unloadlug coal here,
were dead or dying. The suspicion that
cholera had at last appeared was raised
at once, frightening the timid, but Investi
gatiou proved the report exaggerated. It
seems that gas had aiiseu from tbo coal
In one of the bark's compartments which
had been sealed by tho Customs authori
ties, aud bad permeated the cabin during
the night. As a result, the Captain, stew
ard aud Mate were taken sick. The Cap
tain, Geo. Haulston, of Londonderry, Ire
land, has died, but tho othejs are out of
danger. Tho flags ol all the British ships
aud of many others lu the harbor are at
half-mast out of respect for tho Captain's
THK TKUE VKltION.
The "Prohibitionists" Who Mobbed and
Murdrtred the Bladeniburg Saloon
. Keeper Were All Drunk.
Bi.AiiK.Nsni' no, U., November 28. Tho
true history of tho murder committed
here a few days ago, and telegraphed over
the country as a prohibition outrage, Is
A wholesale liquor dealer of Mount
Veruou sent a stock of liquors to this
place nd put them lu charge of tho mur
dered man. Ou tho night of tbe Demo
cratic jollillcation a crowd became drunk
and noisy, aud Anson in endeavoring to
put them out of the saloon received tho
fatal injuries. While he was unconscious,
aud the extent of his Injuries were un
known, the crowd of drunken men gutted
the saloon. Not a sober man took part
In tho outrage.
Murder at a Ball.
Cincinnati, O., November 2S. Joseph
Davis was arrested last night for tho
murder of Henry Heitniau last saiday
night. Tho fair occurred during the
progress of a ball ut the Lookout House.
Davis was a private policeman, and a
dilllculty between him and lleltman took
place, when the regular police ejected
the latter. A few minutes afierwaid
Davis approached lleitinan and crushed
bis skull by a blow with a club. It is
said tho assault was witnessed by th'
police who ejected lleitinan, but Daus
was not arrested at the time, lleitinan
died yesterday, and the arrest wus ma lo
in another part of the city.
The Burgiar Fled.
New YoitK, November 2$. Mrs. C. W.
Sands, of Richmond Hill, Stateu Island,
while alone lu her house Wednesday even
ing, was attacked by a negro, who kicked
and beat her until she ceased to struggle,
with him, and then compelled her to show
him where the valuables in tho house
Were. In pllolln him arouinJ mut
to where her husbaud's pistol was kept,
secured the weapou, and thou bolted for
the door, with the negro in pursuii. WVn
be had nearly caught her, she turned and
pulled the trigger. It snapped and missed
11 .'c, but the action had the effect of
f lightening herassaliant, who tied. As lio
did so, she tired twice, neither shot taking
oil ct. Tho noise brought neighbors to
tne scene, who found Mrs. Sands in a
prostrated condition from excitement.
At i t'MN i lit' IT.
Ornamental Horticulture in the Northern
Lisbon, Dak., November 28. Osmad
Benson, formerly of this place, weut to
Burlington, Steveus County, with J. S,
Colsoti, a year ago. During tho sunuuel
two strangers were noticed In tho region ol
Benson's place, who would be absent
from there about two weeks and return
with a number of horses, alleged lo hav;
been purchased from their owners in
Canada. A few days ago vigilantes sur
rounded his house, arrested him, and a
couple of strangers stopping at Benson's'
house, and took them to parts unknown.
One rumor says they have all been hanged,
while another story is that they have been'
taken to Montana for trial.
Kate Smulzey Growing Very Weak.
Ft. Plain, N. Y., November 28. Tho
residents of this village Inquired all day
yesterday regarding tho condition of
Kate Smulzey, who alleges that sho has
lived 2(!3 days without eating and nearly
half that tlino without panaking of any
liquids. Last night sho sank Into a deep
sleep, and the physicians thought tho
great change had como. She rallied,,
however, but is so weak that she can
hardly talk above a whisper. Her physi
cians will uot say that she Is struck with
death, but they admit that sho Is a very
sick girl. The community accept this as
admitting that death Is approaching, and
luterest lu tbo caso Increases.
Malls Bobbed by a Boy Carrier
Charleston, W. Va., November 28.
Caputon Querry, a boy of fourteen years,
has boon arrested for mail robbery. Ho
carried the mall on part of tlio route be
tween hero and tho town of Nicholas.
Letters and packages linvo long beeu
missed on that route, but tho detectives
were unable to trace the losses to any
one. They have at length been llxed upon
yuerry, and ho confesses. His method
was to neatly cut th.- leather bag just
around one of the rlvt U ol the Hap, so
that ho could raise the llap and leavo a
space betwee, i th.! rlvciH ou each side of
where ho had cut largo enough to Insert
his haud Into ihe bag.
A. Saloon Keeper AamuKed.
PiTTsnfiuni, Ta., November 28 About
midnight, last night, two unknown men
entered John Donaldson's saloon on I'ei'ti
avenue and in payment for diinks leii
dered a five-dollar bill. An altercation
arose In regard to the change. One ol i'k
men made a grab for tho contents of the
cash-drawer lu a small sale,
and t ho two started out, followed
iiy Donaldson. A desperate struggle en
sued, during which Donaldson wussfuck
t blow on tho head from the effects of
which ho has not yet recovered eon
clousiiess. Ho lies In a precarious con
nilon. His assailantLi escaped, taking
with thorn HO aud t valuable, gold wU;U
1 Z.d 7chZZ
This powder never vrlce. A marvel of purity,
etreiihiiu hdiI t)ulesointDt!i ftiore economical
trutn onlnnry kind., and cannot be sold id corn
pet lion with the miiltl ode of low teal, short
welithl, alum o i borplnte powdrr.. 8oM only
lu cane. KOYAL HAK1VG pt.WD1 R CO.,
lot w'a IStieet, New York.
L. E. FALCONER,
Mmrarj flr (J. CarV.
Io. VI Oth St., Cairo, 111
Manufacturer aud Dealer lu
Sbebiygan Mineral springs Water,
loriri on UiD,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
(Success r to Thau T Newlsndand
H.T. (icrould )
Plombeii Steam and Gas Fir
I'oinmeieiai Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
D.lve Well F.rcoitnd Lift Pa nipt fumlihedend
iu; up. Aijeiif for the . olvbrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP
ht'btin fump ever Invented. New Ga FliUres
uril-hei to order. Oil fixture repaired and
nr,,lll!"', . . , . .
Litr Jolinmii prompti) attended to 819-tf
I J-J 9 K. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Slli Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP ABIUNITION.
W. Kit iNiiwt AiiRiniiPMiKereM.de.
rl.Ol'R, UK A IN AND HA
lit'n..Nt Cash Ptlop Paid tor What
llui liegulur I'Mlro A i'adoeah Dally
. GIS FOWLER
HitVHV K. TAYLOK, Matter.
uKOIlviti Jouia, Clerk.
V IVY -ITT l 1 Meulic Caaes.
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I .tviM PtticahtorO I) dally (sandere except
di it S a. in., and Mutind CIU at 1 ft. Katara
og.leavet Cairo atip.m.iMoondCHTallf.sa
aw md jMW frrtfer, tot tha canis