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THE FRED A, BLANKS SUNK.
Tho Steamer Which Flgurod
Prominently in the Exposi
Bunk and Dismantled in a Collision With
the British Steamer Victoria, .Which
Was Also Badly Damaged.
Nobody Hurt in the Collision and All tbe
Passengers Safely Landed Before
She Went Down.
Nkw 0im.K4.nh, La., December 21.
Tho steamboat Fred A. Blanks, which,
flayed a conspicuous part lu the core
monies of opuulug the Kxposltlou, being
the boat ou which the Uisiltigulnliud vis
ltors wcut to the park, cuine to a sudden
termination of her career Friday night.
She had been engaged as a passenger car
rier between the head of Canal street and
tho levee lu front of the Exposition
grounds, and while she was on her way
down the river about six o'clock she ran
Into the British steamer Victoria, on her
way uplhe river. Uoth vessels were running
under full head, and mistaking each
others' signals amu together with a
crash, both being considerably broken
up in their bows. After the first thump
the vessels got apart, aud again thumped.
The steamer was the most damaged, but
she made a landing, put oft her pas.
sengers, and in a few moments sunk ac
the wharf, her cabin floating oil aud
down stream. The steamship also made
her landing and discharged her freight
from the lorwurd compartments to lift
her broken parts out ol the water.
Xo one was hurt by the collision, aud
all got safely ashore from the sinking
boat. The steamship was taken in
charge by a tug aud made her landing.
Finding the greatest damage was done
to the steamer, Captain McXcely of the
tug, cut his ropes and put off to the a's
sisiance of the Ulanks and transferred
mail) passengers to his own vessel. Tho
Llauks was valued at 100,ui0.
A Cool Man from the Lone Star State
Creates a Mill Sensation.
Chicago, lu.., December 20. Yester
day morning a young man stylishly
dressed, walked into Brown & Xtvau's
sample room on Adams street, near State,
and stepping up to the bartender, a portly
jovial fellow, politely said;
"Can I trouble yon for a light?"
"Xo trouble," replied tbe bartender,
pt the same time handing the young man
a box of matches,
"1 don't want the matches. Let me
have that cigar you are smoking," re
marked the strauger, pointing to tho
liquor mixer's Que navana.
The latter did not particularly admire
tile tone OI Voice ol the customer, ami
politely requested him to use the
matches. But the customer was not thus
to be thwarted, and deliberately drawing
a double action bull dog revolver aud
pointing it lu the face of the former, re
marked: 1 will trouble you for that cigar you
The bartender met the gaze unflinch-
Imdv, and with the utmost sang froid, rv
plied : "Why, certainly," and handed the
gentleman the cigar requested.
fcTlie latter coolly ignited his own fifteen
center, aud placing the weapon back in
his pocket, returned the cigar, thanked
the bartender, and with much uucllou
took a seat.
The bartender at this juncture spied
f illlecr Costello, one of Liciiteuaut Hub
bard's men, and calling hint into the sa
loon, told the cigar episode. The offend
er was arrested and eonilued in the Arm
ory. The bar-keeper said he was the
cln ekkst man he ever met, aud as he ad
mired his consummate nerve, refused to
The culprit came up in front of Justice
Foote aud gave his name K. S. Beabee,
"Is that the way you gentlemen pro
cure a light in Texas," asked the Court.
The person replied that he meant no
harm, aud the magistrate, who also ad
mired the man's effrontery, let him go,
but coutlscated the weapon.
A l'HECIOl'S PAIR.
A Falthloia Wife Aids Her Paramour la
Atlanta, Ga., December 21. Several
months ago Mr. and Mrs. Catcs, of Cin
cinnati, came to this city and soon gained
admission Into good society. They wero
joined a week or two later by Mr. Gus
tavus Tenulnger, of Chicago, who seemed
to bo a mutual friend. Mr. Cates was
frequently absent lu Florida, leaving Mr.
l'luuluger at his homo as tho protector of
tho wife. A month ago, for some reason
uot explained, Cates drove 1'euulnger
Last week Cates went to Florida.
JCIght before last Mrs. Cates asked Miss
JackHou, a beautiful young woman living
In tho next block, to spend tho night with
her. At four o'clock yesterday morning
Miss Jackson was found at tho door of
her father's house 1 n her night robes
ITTKIIIXG MOST 1MT1FI L CIIIKS,
and begging for admission. Her screams
brought her father to tho door, who was
horrllled to llnd his daughter In such u
Blate. Throwing her arms around his
Xeet tho poor girl crouched across tho
door-step and begged that ho would kill
lior as she could neverbear to see daylight
again. Mio then said that about
one o'clock In tho morning a rap camo to
Mrs. Cates' door. On ascertaining
that it was rennlnger, Mrs. Cates ad
mitted him. With revolver lu hand ho
advanced to tho bed and assaulted her.
fciho mild that Mrs. Cates mado no effort
to give an alarm. Mr. rennlnger was ar
rested yesterday morning aud Is now In
jail, llo claims to have been drunk, and
that ho knows nothing whatever of tho
Pretty Eleanor Wentael Marries
Lover aud Elude all Pursuit.
Kkamng, Pa., Dentbor 21. Eleanor
Weutzul, pretty, bloudo aud sixteen, Is
tho daughter of a wealthy farmer of
Haumstown. Many wealthy young farm
ers wooed her, but sho refused all'
their attentions aud bestowed her
affections ou Georgo Lot, tho sou
of a blacksmith, and twenty-eight years
old. lior father forbade Lot's visits ami
the young pcopio held clandestlno iu?ct-
CAIRO, ILL,, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21,
lngs. Yesterday morning Miss Went tel
aroso early, milked the cows, took hot
breakfast and trudged off to school In s
girlish dress, with m
I1KU 1100KS UNDER HEtt ARM.
But sho did not go to school. Iter path
lay beyond tho school-house to an old
house, which sho entered, and fifteen
minutes later emerged, attired In a long
browu caslimero dress. Her glrlltfh suit
she left behind. Mho changed her attlrn
while thu mercury was down to zero.
Her lover soon camo along and they
drove ucross tho hills to Amltyvllle,
where Kev. Hertman married them. They
then came to Heading, did some shopping
and went to a friend's house. Miss
WeutzePs father, who has notified tho po
lice, does not know their whereabouts,
but Is scouring tho township for his son-in-law,
whom ho declares ho will shoot
A Chicago Lawyer Arrested For Illegal
Chicago, III., December 21. Wm. J.
Gallagher, tho lawyer lately from Phila
delphia, who was arrested for complicity
In tho Biand-Lemau election iraud, was
again arrested at an early hour yesterday
morning. A Constable, with a warrant
sworn out by two members of tho Citi
zens Committee, used artilico to get in
his house aud aroused him from his bed.
Though a Justice was in waltlug, ho
could not get ball at that hour, and was
kept under guard at tho (iraud Pacific
Hotel. Ho is charged with Illegally
voting at the spring election in 18S:1. It is
claimed- he was a resident of Philadelr
phia, November C, island In the spring
election here sworn In his vote, It Is
said the arrest was made because Galla
gher coutentplatcs lcavlug town.
Gallagher was arraigned this morning
before Justice Foote aud held In 2,5lW
bail for further hearing.
A Singular Robbery.
IimxoTox, Ga.. December 21. One of
tho most singular robberies ever known
In Georgia, was perpetrated here the oth
tr night. J. U. Wilcox, an oil mau, who
labored under an impression that there
would be another war, practiced extreme
economy, thereby saving about 30,000 in
gold. lie deposited this money lu au old
trunk for safe keeping. Ho went Sat
unlay morning to get some of tho gold
when he discovered that it had been
stolen. The thieves had gone under tho
house and bored a hole through tho floor,
thus gaining access to the money. Tho
loss, combined with his feeble health, has
rendered him Insane, and to-day his
friends arc perfecting, plans by which he
can bo removed to au asylum.
Will Make a Clean Breast Of IU
Chicago, III., December 20. Tho
TimHi states positively this morning that
Arthur Cileason, chief deputy lu the Coun
ty Clerk's oillce, has entered into an
agreement to goon the witness stand and
make full disclosures of tho manner lu
which the recent Leman-Brand ballot-box
Jraui was perpetrated; that ho will
swear he was approached by some person,
or persons; wIjo wished to obtain posses
sion of the euvelope containing tho re
turns from the secoud precinct of the
Eighteenth Ward. The name of the per
sons who approached him will bo given.
It is highly probable more arrests will
follow. Tho Citizens' Committee has in
creased Its reward for further Informa
tion to 10,000.
ASSAULT TO KILL.
On Trial for Shooting His Wife's Para
mour, Bkhkikn Springs, Micu., December
21. W. J. Emery, of Benton Harbor,
lato of Chicago, is now ou trial
hero charged with assault with intent to
kill Alexander Ketchum. Emery became
couviuced that Ketchum was uuduly Inti
mate with his wife and went to Ketch
urn's house aud sh t him while he was in
bed, but the wounded man recovered. In
the trial, which is well under wav, Mrs.
Emery has admitted her guilt. 'Emery
admits the.shooiiiig and seems to throw
himself upou the mercy of the jury. The
theory of tho defense is momentary In
sanity. Popular sentiment Is decidedly la
favor of Emery.
&jntenced for Lilo.
Chicago, III., December 21. A special
from Berrien Springs, Mich., says: In the
Circuit Court in this county, Judge Smith
has sentenced Mrs. Elizabeth Vandorhoof
to tho State Prison at Jackson
for life. At tho beginning of
this term of court sho was found
guilty of murder in tho first degree. Tho
charge was poisoning her husband with
arsenic, while pretending to give him
medicine during his illness over a year
ago. When Judge Smith asked her what
she had to say why sentence should uot
bo pronounced, sho simply said: "I am
not guilty," aud a great many who heard
tho testimony bellovo she Is not.
New York, December 20. A Arc caus
ing a loss of 25,000 to stock and build
ing, occurred last evening lu the four
story building, 272 Canal street, occupied
hy Isaacs & Samuels, wholesale dealers
lu tailors trimmings and cloth. Loss
covered by Insurance. A flro last night
lu tho live-story building, Xo. 3b' Gold
street, occupied by stono Sons & Hall, as
tho Taunton Silver-plating Company,
caused a loss of $33,000.
The Swaim Court-Martial.
Washington, D. C, December 20. Ia
tho Swaim court-martial yesterday Gen-
oral Swaim denied having had auy
knowledge that Colonel Morrow dupllcat
ed his pay accounts until a newspaper
man brought him tho Information.
Swaim said he merely referred Morrow to
Batemau as a perSou who was iu tho habit
of cashing army pay accounts.
Nitw Tors, December 20. Tho Tunxls
Silk Company, which had an ofllcoatlO
Grand street, and a manufactory at
Tarlffvllle, Conn., havo mado au assign
niout. Thu liabilities are reported at
about 00,000, and nominal assets, 87C,
000. Doomed Treaties, r
Washington, D. C, December 20.
Every day that passos without action on
tho ponding treaties appoars to add to the
already strong opposition to them. Prom,
lnont members of tho Houso declare thai
should the Senate ratify tho treaties the
House would decliuo to pass tho lieccs
ary legislation fa put; them ta ppm-kIIoi
THE BROOKLYN HORROR.
Eiiht More Charred and Blaokenod
Remains Taken From
Sranjo Tardiness in Accounting Tor
tho Wheroabouts of the Hundred and
Twenty Missing Children.
The Theory Advanced That the Boys
Are in Hiding to Avoid Return
ing to the Horn.
Xkw York, December 20. Tho search
in the ruins of tho Orphan's Home la
continued by an army of men to-day.
The work goes slow, however, little prog
ress being made. Largo crowds stand
In tho vicinity. No bodies have been
found to-day. Thu searchers are satis
fled that other victims are lu the ruins as
tliero are still missing over ono hun
dred children. It cau uot be. said how
many of these were destroyed, ' as a
number of boys are keeping out of
sight to avoid further confinement.
Many of tho chlldrcu are totally bereft
of relatives or friends, and no ono ap
peared to take proper interest In looking
tlieiu up. Tho Sisters seem confused as
to the uumber and names of the chil
dren la their charge, and give tho police
but little h.lp In tho search. Not a few
of tho children, it Is supposed, have
wandered to the outskirts of the city, and
perished in tho bitter cold.
Xkw York, December 20. The search
among tho ruins of St. John's Home; In
Brooklyn, was continued this mornlug
under more favorable auspices than those
of yesterday. The crowd of aux
lous friends of the missing
children lingered about tho
crumbling walls aud. demanded from
every p rsou who succeeded In penetrat
ing the lire lines whether auy more bod
ies had been found. The answer was re
The police and the firemen who are en
gaged in the search for tho dead were
careful not to use expressions that would
indicate a fearful expectation ot finding
many more bodies than havo yet been un
earthed. They refused to answer ques
tions, but handled the pickaxe aud spado
iu sdeiice, aud uncovered cinders that
bore a faint resemblance to human limbs,
with a murmur of sorrow aud surprise.
Among the ruins of the' laundry this
morning tho bodies of eight more chil
dren were uncovered. Tho flesh was
burned to a crisp, and where the little
arms and legs were not burned off, they
had assumed fearful contortions. As one
by ono the bones and charred bodies wero
removed on blankets, alow murmur arose
from tho crowd.
'l ift excitement was intense, but tctn
pefed iu many cases by the fear that
some ot tho cindered bones might bo
tlioso of the children of spectators.
There are but (JCj out of the 785 chil
dren of the asylum who have been ac
counted for. The rest have either found
places of refuge or havo met with violent
deaths with their companions.
IT MADIS HIM FRIENDS.
What Came of the Heroism of a Brave
New York, December 20. The fol
lowing appeared lu a New York paper
June 21st, 163 : "Chas. 11. Blller, of New
ark, saw the sixteen year-old daughter of
Hetiry Benedict, of Philadelphia, strug
gling In tho surf at Brighton Beach, yes
terday, iu an effort to save her
three year-old sister, who had
been caught by a largo breaker
as she was playlug by tho shore.
Both were carried out, but ho succeeded
in bringing tliem both ashore. Tho child
was unconscious, Iu tho meantime, Mr.
Beui-dlct, who Is lame, had entered tho
water and had been knocked down by a
wave. Biller was carried out lu
HH ATTEMPT TO RESCL'E HIM,
but he finally got back to shore with him.
Then he fell insensible, llo was brought
to consciousness aud taken in a carriage
to Mr. Benedict's summer cottage. Tho
latter, after tho young man had recov
ered, pressed liliu to tukeasumof money,
w ithout effect, but ho prevailed on him to
accept a gold watch aud caiu aud a dia
Yesterday was the twenty-first birthday
of Mr. Biller, who Is a telegraph operator
in Newark. He was greatly surprised lu
the moruliig at receiving a packago con
taining a check for $1,000 and a u over
coat from Mr. Benedict, a sealskin cap
from Mrs. Benedict, a pair of Bilk sus
penders, which Miss Benedict had worked
with her own hands, a pocketbook con
taining sj'.'j lu gold from her brother, and
a diamond stud from her uncle, Mr.
Biller, who wears a modal of tho Humane
Society, accepted au Invitation to pay a
visit to Mr. Benedict's homo last sum
RAISING POSTAL NOTES.
A Clever Forgery Perpetrated on Small
Post-Offloes in Ohio.
Cincinnati, O., December 21. A num
ber of small Post-olllceS iu tho vicinity of
Cincinnati havo boon paying raised postal
uotos. The forgery Is easily accomplished
by the tiseol tho first issue of notes which
hud the dollar columns to bo punched hy
tho Issuing Postmaster. A note for twenty
cents could bo Umght and mado 94.20,
by tilling Uskllllully tho punched cipher
and tilling in tho word four lu thu bodyol
tho note. Ono olllco has redeemed teu
or twelvo of these raised notes. Tho
work Is neatly done. It is linposslblo to
accomplish It with tho latest form of pos
Chicago, III., December 21. Fred Al
berts, alias John Prince, and John Saxby,
alias Shannahau, were arrested lato last
night at tho Mueller House, Stato stroet,
ou suspicion of having committed tho re
cent heavy burglary at Pontine, Mich. At
the latter place Chase's jewelry sloro was
robbed of gold watches aud other valua
bles amounting to 83,000. Tho prisoners
are only about twenty years old, but
r are veterans in crime. They are
members of tho notorious "Sand Club"
of Detroit, an organization of robbers,
burglars and sand-baggers, some of
whom aro now serving terms In nearly
every Penitentiary In the West for every
crlmo ou tho statutes, from murder
i hi m f"11"" I r i -
'Skinny" Carrlson, anothor member a
the Club, who camo to Chicago with thi
two prisoners, and Is implicated with
Garrison Is well known In Detroit as
chronic thief and thug. He Is said to be
wanted iu Chatham, Out., for killing a
man by striking him on tho bead wltha
brick. Shannahan is a sou of tho' late
Alderman bhamiabnn, a rcspectod citizen
oi jieuoic. rrince claims to be a rail
road news agent out of employment at
present, mo trio aro also wanted In
Detroit and surrounding towns for num.
erous burglaries and robberies.
J. WILKES UOOTH,
A Eeport That He Was Not Killed, But
.Became a Larson.
HEFCUNo, W. Va., December 20.
The announcement from Atlanta that
Rev. J. Y. Armstrong, rector of St.
Mathow's Episcopal Church, of this city,
from 1874 to 178, but now rector of St.
Philip's Episcopal Church, of Atlanta,
had' again' been publicly declared to be J.
Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Lincoln,
created great excitement here, not a few
people being found who declared that
they always believed there was some
great mystery connected with the Hie
of th reverend gentleman, while the as
sertion that ho Is Booth is pronounced
ridiculous by those who are most familiar
with Kev. Mr. Armstrong's history.
Those who have seen Booth say there
Is no doubt of the remarkable resemblance
between tho two men, Mr. Armstrong's
face, figure, tone of voice, and, above all,
his peculiar walk, being identical with
the personal characteristic of the assas
sin; whiles pronotniced dramatic style
and rather stagy delivery gives sub
stantial ground to the suspicion that he
was once on the boards In tragedy.
It was a frcqueut comment with those
who first listened to his sermons that ho
was a born Richard the Third. No one
meeting him ou tho street would ever sus
pect him to be a minister of tho gospel,
his boisterous manner, loud voice and
habitual and lavish use of tobacco, with a
common rumor of Intemperance being
anything but ministerial. It Is thought
strange tnat although Mr. Armstrong
steadily maintains ho Is not Booth, ho
uniformly refuses to allow an examina
tion of his neck where Booth had a scar.
TWO TONS OF WEALTH.
Mexico's Monster Silver Brick at the
New Orleans, December 21. With the
thermometer still ranging about the freez
ing point, and tho atmosphere heavy with
a most depressing dampness, which
makes tho cold all but unendurable, the
Exposition falls somewhat short, lu Its
openiug days, of tho festive character that
It was expected to fill. Much Interest
was excited Friday afternoon by the un
loading of tho famous sliver brick from
Mexico. A gang of men equipped with pul
leys and ropes, dragged tho monster
across tho main building, bctwecu files of
admiring visitors. The brick proper Is
six feet long, threo and a haif loot wide
aud six Inches thick. Thu whole la ol
solid sliver and Is valued at 9200,000. It
will bo placed lu the lrou Mexican build'
lug on a massivo pedestal of amethyst
auu onyx, a symooi or me Duroario wealth
of tho country from which It comes. It
arrived Saturday morning, via tho Mor
pan Line, from Galveston. No less than
three trucks gave way under its ponder
ous wcigni oi ,'uu pounus.
The Dead-Lock Continues.
Washington, D. C, December 21.
Tho dead-lock on tho naval appropriation
bill continues, without prospect of au
agreement. Tho Senate consequently re
fuses to pass tho resolution for a holiday
recess until January 5th, and tho
House Is preparing to take
recess on its own account
until the 8th, and then another recess un
til tho 27th, and so on. Tho Senate was
all tho morning yesterday lu secret legis
lative session on Mr. Vest's Nicaragua
cauai resolution, ino House is contluu
ing tho discussion ou tno luter-Stato bill
By a Party Vote.
asiungton, D. C, December 20.
In tho contested election case of McLean
vs. Broadhead, of Missouri, the sub
committee, by a party vote, decided to
report to the full committee in favor of
Tho Catholic parsonage
111., was burned.
llisey's largo elevator at Laddonla,
Mo., was burued.
Business on tho bourse was weak at
Joe Heoolng, an old man, was kicked
to death by a horso at Qulncy, 111.
Seven thousand barrels of oil wore do
Jtroyed by lire at Phillips City, Pa.
Meetings aro being organized in Franco
against tho proposed additional corn tax.
Iu some parts of Canada tho temper
ature yesterday was forty degrees below
Tho Senate has not yet agreed to ad
journ for the holidays, aud probably may
uot formally do so.
Culvln Dale shot, and probably fatally
wounded, his business partner, Henry
Holland, at Piedmont, Mo.
Daniel E, Strickland tolls a startling
story In reference to the poisoning of tho
Horau family lu Wisconsin.
Threo Americans wero arrested at May
once, Franco, having several boxes of
dynamite lu their possession.
Tho Chicago freight rato conunlttoo
met and arranged the tariff to 1153 Inter
ior points lu tho Middle aud Western
A condemned murderer at Marshall,
Tex., passed r hat around tho court,
room for tho benefit ot his wife aud six
Tho weight of tho Washington Monu
ment Is 811,220 tons, aud tho cost 91,187,.
710, of which Cougrcss appropriated
J. Henry Hobart, onco a noted civil en
gineer, and belonging to a highly con
nected Pennsylvania family, was frozou
to death in Omaha.
Winners at tho Augusta (Ga.) races t
Princess, mllo and a quarter Clifton,
mile Twilight, three-quarters of a mile.
The meeting closed.
Govcruor Crittenden Issued a requisi
tion on tho Governor of Nebraska (or
Clifton Wade, who murdered Robert
Cummlngs lu Monroo County, Missouri,
Railroad officials at Chicago say that to
reduce freight rates now meant the dis
charge of thousands of men and reduc
tion ot wages. As they do not want a rep
stltlott of the scenes of 1877 thtv axe op-
Thla powder never varies. A marvel of parity,
ftrentjtlt and whulexomeoeii. iora economical
than orultiary kludn. and cannot be sold to com
pet lion with tbe mnltimdo of low teat, short
weight, alum o- I hiif phate powdtrn. Sold oalr
lncaoa. KOYAL BAKING I'oWDCR CO
lot) WallStieet. New York.
American direct-feed Htudont r .imni. ntftrlji.
plaicd. A I muiuur of accidentD n-mnvflri. Tha
capacity of tho oil rrservntr la one-third mors than
auy inner lamp, i uiau lampa have been thorough.
ly teuton ami have uiven unlyeraal aatlalaction.
No one can afford to do witho t one, aa I have put
m lines utwa ioji.ui, within the r.aca ol all.
IIS ami i;u Commercial Ave..
L. E. FALCONER,
tTe"otJl W. 0. Cary.
always on hand.
ffcarso ia readi
ness when called
No. 12 (Hli St., Cairo, HI
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA?
Egyptia n Flouring Mil Is
4lirhHt Cah Prl" Paid for Wheat
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas- T. Newlandani
DlitmLu Clnom onrl Hon
uniuGif oicaiif aim ua& ruiui
Commercial Ave , bet. fentli aud Ele
lllvo Wtill Force and Lift Pumos furnished sad t
put up. A non t for tha Culobratod
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMF'a j
hebot mimp evur tnvfntvd. New Has Flttsree i
urrlnhttd to ordor. Old f ixtures repaired sad I
broti H"d .
Mniobblng promptly atti'Ddod to. 819-U "(
tt n r ti
ftir working people
Sund 10 rents
11 Vil i r po-tatro, an
tin-taw. and we we win man too
frni a r jal, valuao e .ample box of
c(l that wl'l pin ynti in the way of making mors
moiii'V lu a fi' dny tlnto you ever thoniihl uoast-
tiln at auv tm.lni'.n. Caoltal not n nulrod. Toe.
cm i'v at hutno an-! work lu are tlm only, or ;
all tha tl ue. A II of hntu ee, 1 1 si; axes, stand
ly (Mim'UM'til. ro cunt to f.t ueslltr eared e'rv '
evunlOK. Tb'it all who want work may tetth
b allium, we make till unparalleled ott'vri Tt all
who are not mil-neil we will send t topay tor Ue
trouble ol writluir ua. Vail narticalars. dlreottona.
to., aunt ftu, lmoum.e pay absolutely SMS fcf
all who Hart at nnne. Dotrt dwlay, M .-