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CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MKDICATKD
administered dally. '
A ady in attendance.
Q.EOROE HARRISON LEECH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Rpeclnl attention paid to the Homeopathic treatr
luent of surgical dlseafei, aod diseases of won.en
OKKIOfc On 14th street, opposite the Post
office, C'a'ro, 111,
Jl M. 1IAKKELL, M. D.
OFFICE-East Side Commercial, below 3th St.
Ca'ro. I llinoiB.
JR E W. WHITLOCK,
Dfni'i No. 11 Commercial Avenue, betweta
-grtjind Ninth HtrwU
0. PARSON 8, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE City Drug 8 lore, Carbondele, 111.
rpUELlTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL., 8 100.000!
4 General Banking: Humiicss
TJ'OS, W. II AI,MI)AY
ENTERPRISE SAVIXO RANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RASK.
TJIOS. "W. IIAILIIJY,
' oiuiuorcial Avenue and Eighth Street
OA mo. il,i,s.
F. BHOSS, Prldent.
U. WELlH, Cashier.
P. NEFF, VieePree'nt
T. J. Kerth. Aaa't een
. Bross.... Ca'ro I William Elate. .CVIro
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... '
', M Osterloh " I 0. O Patfer. ....... "
K A. Budcr " I H. Weill
J. V. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A jBERAL BANKING BCSINKS8 DUNK.
lxclianK 'old andboneht. Interest paid It
fje Savings I partmsnt. Collections made and
all bullae, promptly attended to.
2 53 ? 2
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
9th St., bet. Ohio Levee Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - ILL
Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I wonld respectfully announce to the citizen i of
Cairo that I have opened and am carrying on a
flr.t clasi laundry In the rear of Winter'! Block,
on Seventh street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work in my line in a superior and work
manshlp style, defying competition and at reason
able 'gurus. All woik guaranteed, and prompt
payment if an, good. areWAKTBK?)NgLV
N. D.-Kntrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to Winter's Block. 1 1M-Sm
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Hank, 8th St
IN THE PASTRY
Vanilla, Lemon, Omnt-e, etc., favor Qukea.
CreaMcPuddlog. Ac.,a delicately aod nat
orally aa tbe fruit from which they are made.
FOR STRENGTH AXD TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STA5D ALONE.
r.t'imo ar thi
Price Baking Powder Co.,
Chicago, III. 6t. Louis. Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Prioe's Lnpulin Yeast Gems,
Beat Dry Uop Yeaat.
rois sals e-x- auocEiac.
WE HAKE BUT ONE CUAUTT.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrate
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper aod Sheet Iron Work,
Bo.lldrra' Hardware and Carpent'-ra' Toolp.TaVe
and Pocket Cutlery, best in the market. KuH'.-ra
Bros.' Plated Knives, Fork, anu Soooni. limine
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware, A'hltc Mountain
Freesers, Water Coolers, IMritferators, Clotnt-s
Wringers, Crown Flutert1. Step Ladders, Garden
Implements, Uoldea Star Oil Stove.' best in tbe
world, Lamps of every description. Elain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, Feather Dusters, II room.. Hln
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Flshii.g
The above at rock bottom prices.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Filer
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
pnt np. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
he best pump ever Invented. New Qas Fixtures
urnlshea to order, 0!d fixtures repaired and
Jobbing promptly attended to 319-ti
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HA!D.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs aod bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
J-f E. IISTCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th 8tree, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIAL'S
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
. Safe Heoalred. All Kinds ot Keys Made
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA1
TVI-V-.l p..l. TJ.I. P.M nu ffU.I
CRIMES AND CRIMINALS.
A Man Fatally Wounded In a
Drunken Fight on a
Burglars Apply Fire to a Woman's Feet
to Make Her Disclose the Hiding
Place of Supposed Wealth.
A Cool Defaulter The Murder of I
Chinaman Killed Hia Man and
Rode Away Etc.
Fatally Burt by a Car-Drirer.
Chicago, September 15. Matthew lut
II van, a police telegraph Hue repairer,
and companion named Wlllraiu Castle,
boarded an open car on the Bine Island
Avenue Line last night. They were some
what Intoxicated, and the Conductor,
Patrick Campion, claims they ridiculed
bU pronunciation ot the streets and oth
erwise made themselves disagreeable.
Ou reaching his destination, Sullivan
took hold ot Campion and attempted to
pull nhn off the car. William Mouagbau,
the driver, came to the conductor's as
sistance, and struck Sullivan on the head
with the doable-tree, whlchhe had In his
baud, Jelling him to the ground and in
flitting a perhaps fatal wound. Physi
cians say there is no real hope, but a bare
poiwiollity that he may recover. Cam
pion and Monaghan were put under ar
rest at tbe end of tbe trip.
A Modern Inquisition.
Mansfield, O., September 15. Last
bight two masked men entered the
residence of Miss Mary Glllnllen, near
this city on the middle Belleville road,
tor the purpose of robbery. They went
to the bed-side of the woman, bound her
nd tied a handkerchief over her month
and told her sbe must disclose where she
bad her money. She told them all the
Uioney he had was 81.50, with which
Lhey were not satisfied, but taking a
Sighted lamp they burned her feet and
put the poor woman iu agony. She) still
told th m it was all the money she had,
titer which they made a search of the
bouse without flndiug anything. After
te-lliDg her that if she made an alarm
before six o'clock this morning they
would kill her, they departed.
A Cool Defaulter.
Portland, Ore., September 13. Frank
Fnsbee, the alleged defaulting exchange
seller of the First National Bank of Port
land, who was captured a few days ago
n New York, bag arrived. On Saturday
Frisbee was arraigned on a chtrge of
Healing money from the batik, aud en-U-red
a piea of not guilty. lie waived
xaminatlon and was held to await tbe
iction of the Graud Jury. The total
imount of tbe alleged defalcation will
reach nearly 88, wO. The prisoner was
Tunnerly engaged in business in New
l'ork, and was reported to be worth 8-'0,-iOO
at one time, lie failed and c&iiie
IVest. His father was at one time a very
ivea.thy man. Frisbee married a young
ady whose parents are reputed to be
rery wea.thy. Frisbee is very cool over
;be situation, and says the bauk will lose
A Cbinamaa Murdered.
Chicago, III., September 15. Lang
Poo, proprietor of a lanndry at No. 34
rV'est Madison street, was found dead in
lis place early yesterday morning. lie
lad been shot twice in the head, once in
Ae right side of the Deck, and also on the
ft side of the head. Hop Lee, the for
mer proprietor, says his countryman was
.hlrty-two years old, and he thinks he
lad between $500 and $000 with him
when murdered. An assistant is suspect
id as being the murderer.
Killed HU Man and Rode Away.
Portland, Ore., September 15.
Frank Moore and W. Falrchild, promt'
lent ranchmen living at YVaitsburg, In
Rahlngton Territory, became Involved
in a quarrel Saturday, in which Moore
shot Falrchild, killing him almost In
itantly. Moore then mounted his horse
tnd, threatening to kilt any one who pur
lued, rode away. Officers with a posse
ire In pursuit of Moore. Both were
roung men and well known.
A Polioeman in a Tight Plaoe.
CniCAOO, III., September 15. Albert
Lundy, aged eighteen years, son of re
sectable parents, became Insane from
:he eSects of a blow received two weeks
igo from a club In the hands of Police
man William Kearney. It was at first
leared the boy's injuries would result
latally, and for several days be hung be
tween life and death. Kcarnev Is charged
by the boy's father wlih assault with a
leadly weapon, and was, it Is alleged,
too free with his club.
Beached the Bobbers' Estreat.
Louisville, Ky., September 15. A
private dispatch received at Lexington,
Ky., from Canada, announces the safe
arrival of Payne and Vlley, who were in
dicted here for hypothecating false ware
Shot By a Drunken Companion.
Bloominoton, 111., September 15.
Last night, in a drunken brawl, George
egerty, son of Alderman Hegerty, of
this city, was dangerously shot by an
Intoxicated companlo.i. It Is thought ha
Two Oaaea of Shootinsr.
NrLsoNViLix, 0., September 15. Two
eases of shooting occurred at Murray
City last night. A member of Company
F, Eighth Regiment, shot himself in the
leg accidentally! and an Imported Italian
laborer getting Into an alternation with
a guard was shot in the ann by a Pinker
An appeal signed by the most promi
nent eUltens was telegraphed to Gver
aor Hoadley this morning for teats to
shelter the families ejected from thell
homes at Bnchtel by the syndicate.
Nashville, Txhm., September 15.
Meyer MoakowUa, a Jew, who has beet
n trial In tbe Criminal Court here fof
several weeks pact, charged wltli thi
murder of hie 'brotber-Ua-law, Meyel
rriedtnas, vm fouad gouty te-oay kj
the jary as across ory to aoardef la tk
tret degree, jyt paneshsienf, as txai
ty tav,JrceotWneitt tor Mas ta the Pen.
A Coon In the Cabinet
WAaawGTON, 1). C, September 15.
Papers were made out and sent to the
President last week designating Assistant
Secrttary French as acting Secretary of
the Treaauary for ten days, the period
which, under the law, an assistant secre
tary can act The President returned the
papers, however, and directed that anew
commission be forwarded to him (or his
signature designating Assistant Secreta
ry Charles E. Coon, as acting Secretary.
This morning Coon received his commis
sion and at once entered upon the duties
of acting Secretary. It Is said by persons
in oOlcial position who are believed to
know that General Sharpe'a name has
not been considered in connection with
the vacantsecretaryship. Coon's friends
construe his appointment of acting Sec
retary to be an Indication that be will
finally receive the portfolio; while others
of official prominence regard It as a sig
nificant fact that the lion. Levi P. Mor
ton is new on his way to tbe United
States, and say that that gentleman will
be offered the place.
A Man Smothered to Death By Hia
Nkw York, September 15. Policeman
Sims, ot tbe Charles Street squad, found
t young drunken man asleep on what
seemed to be a buodle of rags in Barrow
street, between West and Washington
streets, at four o'clock yesterday morn
ing Investigation showed the sleeper's
pi. low to be a man whose waistcoat was
pulled over bis face. The under man was
dead. Sims called an ambulance from
the St. Vincent Hospital, and the burgeon
who came with it said the man had died
of suffocation. Tbe other man, when be
had sufficiently recovered from bis drank
eoneas to speak, said that the dead man
washla brother, Jno. Baptist Kubier,
a waiter at No. 6 Stone street.
He himself was Jos. Kabler, a
waiter at No. 350 Canal street. They
had come from Germany two months
ago. The dead man was twenty years
old. His wife is a domestic on Fifty
nlnfh street. The brothers went to see
her on Saturday nlgbt, and while paying
the visit drank a pail of beer. They then
took a belt line car to go to John' lodg
ing at 178 Christopher street. Tney got
out at Morton street and drank two
glasses of brandy at the first saloon they
came to. John became unable to walk
soon after leaving tbe saloon, and Joseph
tried to carry him. After dragging him
some distance, Joseph fell down with bis
burdeu and he remembers nothing more.
Consecration of Bishop Cosg:rove.
Davenport, Ia., Sdptember 15. The
consecration of Rt. Rev. Henry Cosgrove,
newly appointed Bishop ot the Davenport
See, occurred yesterday at St. Margu
relt's Cathedral in this city. The edifice
was beautifully festooned with flowers
for the occasion. At least 1,500 persons
witnessed the services, which were con
ducted by Consecrator Archbishop Fee
han, of Chicago, and several assistants,
Deacons and sub-Deacons. Bishop Cos
grove was the recipient of numerous
gilts from the Catholic Church and so
cieties of his former parish, the most
notao.e of which was a solid silver full
gift crosier, which the yonng men or
dered from Paris at a cost of $500. This
Is tbe first instance where a petition to the
Holy See at Rome by the priests and peo
ple of a diocese asking the appointment
of one of their number to the Bishopric
has been entertained. This evening tbo
final congratulations will be extended to
An Old Crime Likely to be Brought to
Nkw York, September 15 The citi
zens of New Brighton, R. I., are excited
over the finding of the remains of a man
and a silver watch In an unused cellar
on Jersey street. The premises were oc
cupied years ago by a man named Cun
liffe, who suddenly disappeared after a
violent dispute with some of his neigh
bors. Cunllffe was employed In the
brokerage business and It Is alleged that
the neighbors ot the unfortunate man
speculated under his directions and lost.
The quarrel after which he disappeared
was between him and three of the losing
speculators. It occurred on a stormy
night, an1 Cunllffe, was never seen after
ward. The affair will be officially in
vestigated. The watch found Is said to
resemble one worn by Cunllffe.
A BOOTLESS SACRIFICE.
An Old Colored Man and His Grand
Little Rock, Ark., September 15.
The cremation of a venerable colored
man named Simon Harrison and one of
bis grandchildren Is reported. They
lived near Mt. Lookout, La., at the home
of the old man's son William, and during
the son's absence the house took Are.
The old man hurriedly removed the two
children from the burning building, but
when he released them a short distance
from tbe house the younger one ran back
Into the building, when the old man fol
lowed and attempted to rescue it, but
the flames had cut off his retreat and
Ottawa, Can., September 15. Several
members of the party of British scientists
In the Rocky Mountains bad a narrow es
cape from a fearful death Friday while
exploring the railway tunnel below Kick
ing Horse Lake. Four miles of tunnel
suddenly collapsed, precipitating an im
mense mass of rock Into the midst of the
party, two of whom were slightly injured.
The geologists have obtained data by
which they expect to be able deflnltely to
establish the exact age of the mountains.
Another Week's Basrpaasioa.
Nkw York, September 14. President
Olyphantsays the Delaware & Hud
son, Pennsylvania and Lehigh Valley coal
companies have expressed their willing
ness to suspend the production of coal
for another week this month. The Bead
ing and Lackawanna are opposed thereto,
but Prealdent Sloan will not stand m the
way If the other companies think another
week's suspension necessary.
Bank OOoen aa Xteoton.
Trkmtom, K. J., Brembe)r 15,-The
members of the Democratlo Electoral
ticket of this (State recently requested
Attornoy-Gesveral Stoekton'f opinion as
to tbe eligibility of bank presidents and
cashiers to serve on the Electoral ticket.
The Attorney Ossee-wi has grvea hlaopU
loa tasKatatals are eilten. Ha
say ftey an mat Pasted Hates eOcera,
Why It Is Probable That John B
jf ineriy win ue ueioatea
Great Preparations For the Irish-Amerv
, can Meeting in New' York This
Week Butler and Gradj.
Unusual Zest Developed in the Demo
cratic Campaign in Illinois Scburz's
Chicago, III., September 15. The
probabilities are that John F. Flnerty,
editor of tbe Irish Cititen, will be defeat
ed for Congress In the Third District
Two years ago Henry F. Sheridan was
the regular Democratic nominee, but
Flnerty bolted the ticket and was elected
by Republicans and disaffected Demo
crats by a good majority. This year tbe
Democrats have nominated another pop
ular Irishman, Alderman Frank Lawler,
and the indications are that he will carry
the district. Finerty is not a resident of
the district. The latter has announced
himself strongly In favor of Blaine, and
the Democrats are consequently endeav
oring to beat mm. Lawler Is a popular
Butler and Grady.
Nkw York, September 15. General
Butler spent yesterday in a quiet manner
at tbe Fifth Avenue Hotel. He received
only a tew personal friends. He will ad
dress a mass meeting In Union Square
to-night, at which Senator Grady and
others will speak.
Mew York Irish-Americana.
Nkw York, September IS. Great pre
parations are being made for the meeting
of the Irish-Americans this week In the
Academy of Music, This meeting is to
bo addressed by Alexander Sullivan, the
late President of the Land League, and
Congressman Finerty, of Chicago, Is to
come later In the season to address a
meeting of the same character. He
would have been Invited to address the
meeting this week, but there is such a
decided coolness between him and Sul
livan that the two would not consent to
appear upon the same platform.
Bloomington, III., September 15.
The Democrats of Central Illinois have
entered Into tae campaign with unusual
zest, and have succeeded In planning
some ot the greatest mass meetings ever
held In the State. At Saybrook on
the ltith Inst. Thomas A. Hen
dricks, Senator Joseph McDonald,
Carter Harrison and Lyman Trum
bull will speak. Hendricks and McDon
ald will certainly be there, as both have
written that they will not disappoint the
great crowd expected to be present. The
Central Illinois Democrats are shaking
things up pretty lively and on October
2d they will hold another great mass
meeting at Lexington, to be addressed
by Dan Voorhees, General John M.
Palmer, Colonel Vilas and others.
UASK BALL ltKKVi"riB4.
Score of Qames Flayed on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 15; Metro
Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, 11;
Aileghenys, 6. 1
Baltimore, Md. Pittsburgh Unions,
11; Baltimore Unions, 4.
Toledo, Ohio Athletics, 8; Toledos,
Providence, R. I. Providences, 6;
Indianapolis, Iud. Baltlraorcs, 13;
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 11; Gere
Philadelphia, Pa. Chicagos, 5; Phlla
Nw York New Yorks, 13; Detroits,
Columbus, O. Brooklyns, 10, Colum
Washington, D. C St. Louis Unions,
12; Nationals, 1.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, 7; Metro
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, 4; Brook
Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, $ ;
Baltlmores, S. Eight Innings.
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvllles, 6; Vir
Columbus, O. Columbus, 4; Athletics,
How They Stand.
Tho following tables show the standing
of the various Association and League
Clubs up to and including Saturday,
Provklence W 21
lioston bo 28
Now Vork 54 4U
Buffalo KI 40
Chicago 4 40
Cleveland HI 4
Philadelphia 1 4
Detroit :...2I 74
St. Louis 74 10
boston 4H 33
Baltimore 47 'M
Cincinnati 47 'M
Pitwtmrirh W 51
Wilmington 20 61
Kansas City 9 64
Metropolitans 03 24
.Loulsvllles f" no
Cluoinnatls M -Ji
bU Louis m as
Athletics 6I ifl
Baltimore...... 47 37
Brooklyns 86 63
ToMus .S4 U
Indianapolis 27 ta
PltUilmrgh rfl St
Uloliuionds 19 07
The Fallen Moneroa ef the Turf Boorea
Kalamazoo, Mich., September 14.
Yesterday turned oat bad for the attempt
of Jay-lye-Sce to lower hie record, and
resulted In a temporary injnry to the
horse, necessitating canceling all sue.
ceedlag aagagemeaU. The afternoon
miesUaad raw, vrsth a atreeaj wind.
The pasa waaato trai or stow aetata to
after the first warming heat ha had i
nervous chill, owing to which he wai
brought out to complete the fast mile at
aoon as possible In order not to disap
point the spectators. He made the flxsl
quarter in 84 1-2, halt la 1 :08, three,
quarters In 1 :44, mile in 2:20 1-2. J. I.
Case was here in person and ordered
subsequent engagements off as a matter
ot prudence, the horse being UL PhaUai
made two heats in 2:19 1-4, 2:19 1-2.
The Horses Ahead of the Wheels.
St. Louis, Mo., September 15. Fully
3,500 persons witnessed the close of the
eight-day race, horses vs. bicycles, which
terminated at the Union Base Ball
Grounds at eleven o'clock last night.
Anderson saved his horses until the cios
ing hours of tho race and then went in
aod won la great style. Morgan
held bis own to the end and Mdlle.
Annalndo made a plucky fight,
but the horses were too much for
them and they were, as a result,
beaten out easily by no leas than three,
miles. This wai the score at eleven
o'clock, when the race came to an end:
Totar for horses Kill
Total for bicyclists K
Arranging for a Hundred -Kile Baca.
. St. Louis, Mo., September 14. Larry
Kavanauh and Charles M. Anderson, the
long distance rider, met at tbe stable of
Maxwell, Bros., yesterday, and sought
to make arrangements lor the 100-
mlll race, Anderson to ride against
three riders to be named by Kavaoagh,
Anderson wanted Kavauagh's men to
change only every ten mi.ee, but Kav
acagh wanted to change them every five
miles. There was considering tinker
ing, but up to a late hour loot even
ing no arrangement had been arrived at.'
Anderson said, however, that be would
do almost anything to bring about the
race. He wants it to take place at the
Uulon Grounds one week from to-day.
Philadklpiiu, Pa., September 14.
The cricket match begun Friday between
the Pittsburgh Team and tbe Zlngarl
E even of thlsclty,wasresumed Saturday,
aud resulted In a draw. The visitors In
the first inning scored 1D5 and the
Zingaris 111. Iu the second Inning
Pittsburgh scored SCO runs, ot which II.
Penn made 114. Tbe home team scored
ilfty-two runs, with a loss of two
wickets, wheu darkness stopped the
game. Dominiok'a Defl.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 15.
Domlnlck McCaffrey, the pugilist, last
night Issued the following challenge:
"I will tight Jake Kilratn, of Boston, with
email kIovcs, Marquis of (Juocnsbury Hulcji,
four or six rounds, or to a tiuisb, for from
tiW to tl.OMJ uside, tho tlx lit to take plaoe
eithorln Pittsburgh or New Vork, and the
winner to tuke all the receipts of thohouso.
I have rittpoxltetl 'W forfuit with tbe Pttto
burjh Turu-8 as a guarantee.
tSlgned. Dominick McCah?bkv."
Boat Baee at Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 14. Ten
thousand people witnessed the three-mile
scull race yesterday afternoon between
Jas. T. Norris, of Boston, and Peter
Brady, of this city, for 9500 a side. The
race took place on the Braddock course,
and was won easily by Norris, who camo
in ten lengths ahead. Time, 20:46.
A One Thousand Dollar Fool,
Buffalo, N. Y., September 15. Oliver
Warmald, a Buffalo fresco painter, will
go to Niagara Falls to-day to perfect ar
rangements for going over the cataract
in a thick rubber ball fifteen feet in diam
eter for a purse of 91,000.
So Changed as to Take In An Arlaona
NooAUta, A. T., September 15. An
International surveying party has located
the boundary of Mexico and the United
States COO yards north of the old line.
This throws a considerable portion ot
this town on Mexican soil. The Mexican
law prohibits foreigners from holding
real estate within twenty leagues of the
boundary. The Americans declare their
determination to bold their property by
force of arms, If necessary.
Tit for Tat
Ottawa, Can., September 15. Some
time ago the Dominion Government re
fused to allow the American Telegraph
Company to land a cable on Canadian
soil at Vancouver Island. Now It turns
out that tbe Canadian Government de
sires to run a cable across the Sound from
Victoria, II. C, to Washington Territory,
but remembering the manner in which
Ihu Amorlcans were refused a similar
privilege, the United States authorities
now decline to grant permission to the
Canadian Government to land. The mat
ter was laid before Secretary of State
Cbapleau, recently, who promised to look
Into It. The cable, which was Imported
from England In March, lies Idle In tho
Judge Oreeham Will Bagard Zt and Be
main in the Cabinet.
Washington, D. C, September 15.
President Arthur la very desirous that
Judge Gresham shall remain In the Cab
inet until the closo of tbe present admin
istration. It Is generally understood, ot
course, that the Postmaster-General Is to
take Judge Drummond's place at Chi
cago upon his retirement from the Cabi
net, but Mr. Arthur wants him to step
Into tho Treasury Department now and
111 the vacancy created by Secretary
Folger'a death. Jndge Gresham, It Is
anderstood, objects to tbe change, bat he
will undoubtedly accept the position as a
avor to Prealdent Arthur.
Furniture Workers' Union,
PiTTSBuna, Pa., September 15. Tho
international Convention of the Furnl
iure Workers' Union will open here to
Dorrow. . The organization Is reported,
being la a very flourishing eooUlUon,
teth financially and numerically, and a
food convention Is expected.
Fraetured His Spine.
Quinct, III., September lfl. Sidney
Johnson, a colored meo and a favorite
deck-hand on the new steamer Gem City,
gas takes sick yesterday and laid down.
n a locker to rest. Ue fell asleep aooa
ifterwaros aid roiled off on Ue stack
wd fmctared bis spine. If was Ufceav
BJssatoe; Hossstst, where be now P-s