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JOHN II. OBEttLY, PROPRIETOR.
PltDJllY'l CltlAN-nUhl'j Mm!.
Preaching, Subbnlli at Mi u.lii, ami ?j p. in
I'rcyrr inci-tlm,', Weilnc-day at"! . in.
ahl-atli School, .'! p.m. J. M. I.illisii-ti, su
perintendent. Iti:v. II. Thayi'ii, litir
Mr.TllOI)IsT.-('or. Eighth anil Vnlnut M.
Pleaching, frihlmlli at 10 n.Ni.. uml 7 i. in
Prayer minting, Wednesday, p.to.
S-iIiImIIi School, .". p.m. I.. V. . Mlllwrll,
Hiipt rlnteinlent. Ukv. 1", I,. TllUMlbO.v,
ciiriitii of tiik iii'.j)i:K.Mi:u(i:piMu.
Moniln prayer-. Halibut Is 101 i.lii.
I. veiling prayer, 71 p.m.
ibbiith .volioul, It a.m.
lii-v. K. loo', Iteclvr.
I PA'II.ICI.M ('IllUUl-Mnth M. nnd
l ui.im.luii ActiU'.
I lit II. Minn, Sabbath 3:10 and III) a.lii.
."pll?, i .!.
-tihliiith-,eJiO'il. 2 p.m.
rmiUce every il.ty, h it.i'i.
IlKVrJ'. .1. U'll.M.MJIIA.V, l'flu-t.
l". .HiKEl'lfs iTi 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 0 .-r:ii j ti . w wr
jiirnl nlmit ntitl Cm- .tirr-t-.
M. , m ri .aMlli .it lu o'clock a. iu. I
l I i Tr, j'li. in. I
Mu-s iluriiiif wi i:l din , oVIoih .. in.
I!r.. i . Uoii-ma.-. PrW-t,
.f l!M AN I.ITIIi:i(.'.:.,CIIL,JtClI--r;i!i
-M il littweeu ahintou .Weliue aim
U f .nut klri . l.
riL.u.liiiu' Minday iiinriiiin; at 10 ilo-k.
;! uAli i hiiil ul J o'clock, p. m.
I:i.v. l. ltui.iisc ii.M.ii, I'uftor
VOt N( ilK.S'S C llltirtl IA.N AsSoClA
IIO.S. -I.Vgular inectllig ecoIld .Monday
fafu iiKiiith at their room ottr l!ockeil
A- 'iViionl. nore, 'oiiii!i rrlal avenm-.
V. eel.ly 1'rajer meeting, l'iid:iy,7i p.m. at
J V. SiiM.witi.i.. l'rei-ldi nt.
rltOM) Sll.sftlU.NAItV IJAl'TlsT
III ltCll.--Urn.r.)e.imiir and l""rt-
tlrht htrn U. l'n-uchiliK hhath l H
oVIoi li n. in. and .'lo'eliick p. in.
Mindiiy ."iliool 1 o'clock i. in.
J'lif cliurch i colim-ct'-d with the lllliiol
Ai-iii-i iti. hi, ut l.ie J'lri-t MMonary Hl-
tl-t I liiiitli ol I alio.
Jtl.N. .-OLOMOX I.KIlNAIltl. Iator.
AI K1CAN .MK'I'IKJlMST. Kotirtcentti, be
tui i ii U'jlimt and Cellar.
Hervlctf, jhhath, 11 a.m.
ahhatli Scliool, 1) p.m.
Mm- meet at :i p.m.
HX'ONH I'lIKi: WII.I. IIAI'TIST'-Klf.
i enlh Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
.-mice Sabbath. I) and ') p. m.
JtKV. N. HlCKK, 1'aftnr.
i'i:i;i: u ii.i. itArnvr iiomk mission
SAII1IAT1I htJHOOl.. Oinier Walnut
ami I Vdar Htrcetn.
s.il.batli School, 1) a.m.
r llLST Klti:K W'll.l. IIAI'TI.-.T CUUtCU
Scrtlce.ijahbaih 11 a.m.. a p.m. A: ijp.in.
Hkv. Wm. ItKl.i.KV, l'ator.
Kilt' MIsSIONAUY IIAI'TIST (Jlll-'ItCH.
-i i -dar, between Ninth and Tenth Sti.
rreachlng tjabt.ath, 10) a,m. and 7) p.m.
l'rayer meeting', ednenlay vtetiing.
rreachlng. I'rlday evening.
hahhatli chool, U p.m. .lohn anllaxter
and Mary btcphen-. Superintendent!.
1!KV. T. !. iioiiKf, l'a.tor.
SKI 'ONI) ItAlTlST (.'IIL'ItCIl-1'ourtccnUi
street, ltw een Cedar Hid Walnut. The
only llaptl.t church recognized hy the At-
ser tcc, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Ukv. Jacoh 1Suaiili:v, l.Mei.
i AUtO COM.MANDIjKV, No. 13.-st.tc.
An-cin)ly at tlw -WlUiaMtt'-oiilc Hall, llmt
und third Moiidajn In each month.
JA1HO COl NClh, i.-o.'JI.-ltegiilar Conyo-
.atlon at Ma-onic Usll. tho i-ccond 1 rida)
,ji each month. .....
CAIHO CIlAl'THH No. 71 Itcjfii lar Con-
xoca'Iou at Mu;onlc Hull, on thu third
Tile day ot every-month.
CAIltO lloDOK, NO. 2.17 J .& A.
lar C'or.iUiunlcatioUH at Masonic Ilall, tl u
recond ai.t' rmtrtu jiounayx ui m
AI I'VAN'UI It I.OUGK.Vii Meeti In (Jdil-
KeilowV 11.11. lu Arter'h bulldlug. excry
Thur'day i .iitiigaiBo cioeh. i
riO'venurr .lohn I.. lJi'Verldge.
Secretary of Stato-Ocor'o II. Harlow.
Auditor of Stute-C. K. I.lpplncott.
fcutu 'I'veuturer Camper Itutz.
Atloiney (iener.il .lamun h. l.Haii.
tupt. Public lustructloti-NeWton llutemall
Senator-ltieliaid J. Ogloby and John A.
'''iuTrcscntathe KlghtccnUi Dhtrlct-Uacc
MKMltllKS OE.NhKAh ASBKMIIhY.
ltcpioentalltcs ,ln tho Mth M 'tl-r-Johi'll.
Oberly. Win. A. Lemma aud Math-
' iiiiatorCforrtlie Mill di.tiict.-Jcr-e Ware.
.ludi'i! D, J. Hakur, or Alexander.
.State' Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
wi...riii v. II. lrtln.
Win. Martin Aeior and 'I'reaMirer.
r1l'urk .luccih 0. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (lowmati.
Mayor John Wood.
lrcwurer-lt. A. Cunnlnglialii.
:oinptrollcr h. II. 1 alll.
tUurk .Micnaei iioniuv.
Attorney II. Wuhoii W ebb.
19UUIU1 1 IIIUB 11.11 F. "
Mnrlialaml Chief or Pollco-Wiii.Mcllale.
iiiiAitn oi' Ai.nr.itMUN.
I'lrt ward -Hiram liixlij and J. M.
' Kecoml wiird-Herinali Meyers and Wood
'"nii'rd ward-John McHwen and I. ICorn-
i It.. I
NetlU and M. J.
r ii... ... "
Filth ward-Jiw. H. llobiiuon and AVm.
WINK" AND MHOUHH.
iTTYTH &, CO.,
vvholksam: (UIOUEHS, j
-0 I V
I!, Smyth Hi Co. nrr'VlVrwbfcha
' A. I'n ly 1' IlklllirU' ll'l C1. V" . ...
j:;ryuJU kept constantly m. mm -their
.Continued Irom a-t Sunday's llulletln,!
"I am ttio mother of Uvi), m'sieur, but
tho otliufj wcro miicli, niucU olJvr than
Jacques. They wcro nil tnkun lor loldlcr..
Two or t lit iti died Ht .Magciitn, uml two in
Algeria, nn J now my Juc''j loo It
"And you nto on your way to jiurio
him'' Unvu you conm Irom ii" Jong dlf
'rrom Trncliu, m'tienr. it It jomo
unit-- Ir.iin .Ilordcuiix. II I uould mv u
gnno liy ttiu railroad It would not huvo
wUn to long. At it ii, I have btoti four
"Hut you cannot lmv walked nil that
iinmuriig distance; and you aro la-iii-,
I'urdor, mili-ur, hut I havo tlm mint of
ittxet-pt when I Iihvh gone n liltlo way in
u cllutrcttc. Oontldcr, n.'.tuurhow ':
coul'l 1 gut to .lacrpies ' I Imv'j a liltlo 1
mutiny, it it truo-ci. here nrtlour. 1 Slio I
uiifa.iHi,. tho hiitidkercbief which Ii tied
over hnr cut) tttid .bow. llm ntnl nf tlm
ttoeun. hcad.gear knotted below the tat- i
tel. "Unt I carry ihat to my .Jcque.
tie etiiuioi wiuk, llie poor txiy. and I mult
iiKe nun j.oini) Willi
mo to Trocbu
. toon at hi) can lenvo the
umbulaiiru. And, m'tletir, with tlm
p.trdon of in neur, I uiu not lame. .My
feet are tore mid blntnri-d, and n ttolio hat
got into my tnbol and hat cut my led
toot. It i' fur that reaiou, mM-tir, that I
am to glt.d to lind it voituro whlrh goes to
O . 1 .hull tell Jaiquet of the bounty of
m'tieur, and wo will both pray for liiiu,
and thut he nniv not lo woiinde-1 in bat
tle." Tbo Kiigllihmtin ii silent. Ilo tliiiit of
tho Intemi! heat of theso lait four days,
and of tbo tandy, flinty roadi that lie be
tween O and TrcM-hu, for ho is a
traveler, and then ho looks nt tho frail,
bent form betide him, to
iparo and lletblctf, arid yet with
ouch trnall bones that they icarccly
fhow undor tho wrlnk'led skin.
"IJut 1 mppojo .Jacques would havo
coino to you as toon ni bo was ttrong
enough l '
Tho withered llpt aro, proned tightly
togutber, but they quiver noverthelott.
stio Keeps tier oyo stcadlastly lixed on tbo
'It may bo that he will never bo ttrong;
that is in tho hands of tho
good God; but bo will be hop.
pier for tho tight of his mother.
Ab, m'tiour, you do not know tho loving
heart of my Jacques.'- Sho turned hor
face abruptly, und then came u liltlo chok
ing rob. It was not as If the was mbatned
of her sorrow, but sho would not obtrude
ll on her companion. Ho left her in peace.
Ho thought il she cried hertelfto sleep it
would do her good; and tbo did sleep
Just at two o'clock the voituro halted.
It bad haltiul l.ofuro, but not with to
violent u jerk. Tbo old womon started,
nwoke, ar.d tho Englishman, who had
dozed oil' for a few minutes, yawned and
shook himself. Tho conductor came to
tho door of tbo coupe.
"Wo aro near O , m'icur. Whore
does m tieur with tn bo set down r
"At thu hospital."
In a low minutes tbuy wura rolling
ngatn along tho high rond.
"When jou gel to tho hoipital how
shall you Und your ion? Tho Knglish
hd been in similar scene', and ho forj
sa that n crowd of wounded and dying
men lay at O .
"l'ardon, tn'iieur, but I havo tho nun:
her of inv Jacnucs. He it number eoven.
And aho I havo tho chaplain' letter. I
ul to ask for M tiour Saxe, tho cboplftln,
ttnu no win conuuet mo to my Jacques.
Again nor eyes glisten viui mat won
derlul blending of hopo and sorrow, Hith
erto their way has lain acro.'s ojicn coun
try, unscathed as yet by tho tread of war ;
only tbo untiiled field and tbo ebtonco of
crops speak of tho universal devolution
that bioodt over France llut cloto to
O everything changes; blackened
houses in ruins, othors riddled
with bulls, und wlndowlesi, aro to
bo seen on all sides as tho voituro draws up
within a short distanco of tho hospltul.
Tlio Englishman helps his companion out
of the voituro very carefully.
"My visit uere, na says, "is to Ur. L, ,
tho head of tho medical italT. If 1 can bo
of any assistance to you, you will And mo
at his quarters. '
Tho glistening eyct twinklo, but it is an
ctl'ort to hold back tho tearso which run
frcoly over her withered, scorched chccki,
"M leur," sho toys iu tt quivering voice,
"I cannot thank you enough, but if you
will como to too my Jticqgct wt will
thnnk you togethor."
Tho Knglishmnn is going to antwor hor,
but his hand Is graspod suddenly by tomo
ono who has como out ol tho hospital.
"Ma foi, Martin. I did not look for you
to soon ; nro you really como to help ut ' '
"l am como to do do what I can. I have
no medical skill, but 1 urn a tolernblo
nurte. Jlut, h , this good woman has
a ton bftdly wounded; 6ho U anxious
to teo him.'' Then In n lowor
volco ho told tho ttory of her weary jour
r.oy and ot her letter from the chaplain.
Monsieur L answered nt onco, but ho
pokn lo tho old woman instead ot to nor
"Mftdaino, your son is in excellent
hands. Monsieur Saxu Is us good n doc
tor an ho is u prieit. J will tuko you to
him nt once.'
Sho made n deep courtef y, aud onco moro
linrwi Tl' turned to her dark oves. Thcro
was an indotcrlbsble expression of thank
ful resignation in her luce, ana in inoiiun
i...... r.nmii wi.trh the folded ono over
tho other . tho lollowcd tho doctor to tho
hi t fi. n pit f ftm insi. low building. Dr.
1. tiioVu lo ii woman drossed liko o
Ulster und iiointed to tho mother
Tlm Sinter shook her head.
"Tho l'oro Saxo is nut to bo soon just
now," sho eaid. "llo h uuryuig pour
who dlod last night,''
"Then you will wnlt till ho returns,
said Or. h . "Como Martin, I will
tako you round nt once."
Tho rapidity, thu keonnois of decision
in tho datk-oyod doctor bus Imposed tl
luneo on his companions. Mr. Mnrtln
nods nt the old woman and follows into
tho hosrltal. Tho .Slstor (stands looking ft'.
tlio mother ot Jacques. Tlio fciutir ursum
has ii broad, good-natured face, it ml lookt
nniv at tlio weary woman.
Miidiuno, is it far to Win ccmctory''"
Tho Sister'a live onpiip.l wldelv. "On
llm contrary, it Is too neir; but yiiu will
I not teo our good father tiny sooner for
seeking him tliero. Will you not ho gliul
I to rest till .Monsieur H.ixo cume lu ? You
uro surely vory weary j I will tako you
whero you can reposo yoursolf."
"I tlmnU you, miidamo, but I too would
like to pray for the soul of tho poor
who dlod last night. Mndnmo, I'vo
fourboys. in battles, find it inny bo
good souls Imvo nljo prayed at thijir Ion's
j ly Braves.''
I "Men, my mother, as you will.' Tlio
Sitter poinlt out the Wny to tiu ccmo.
tery, and then haston tuck tn her dutioi.
lint tlio mother of Jacques finds that
sho hm moro power In liitctitiou than in
J execution. Whilit sho tat resting on tt.q
cushion of tho voitur wondering at R'
softness, her baik ntid her Ifgi hao a It tl
ened; tho can ncurcely movu along tbo
vtay alitor pointed out. A deso'ato
way enough, with tulncd eottngoi on
each lido, till thoy V plci to whathai
buan a itutia futieu fcutterej In htiipi Lo
iiido thu road. Tl.eru Is no llring light
or jounu cixi'ept a ctowa ol nuli uliich
tiumput forth n Joy long ut tlio approach
of ft victim. Tlmy buzz about her head, 1
uiey mini on i.ur ihco hihi nam . ttt .
inn not- not notice lUom. Another mur
mcr, lower thf.n that of tbo gnat', ban
reached her, and tho turni in on thu riuht
between thu heap, ol gray Uotieo. TM
hai been n duld once, hut tho
grnis hat been trodden i
away. 'I hero aro ulrundy. .isveroj j
inonndi rhitig about IU brown jurfaco.
A priest and h! t.lteudanl. tland beildo
wno havo alreadv lowered tho bodv. Tho
lervieo I. neiirlv ended. Tho nrieit takes
tho niporiorv from bis assistant, walks
round tho gtavo and sprinkles tho cellln
for tbo Iut lime, and then ho chants tin
versii les whilo tho ussislants mako tho re
sponse". Then all kneel whllo tho priest
oilers tho last prayer, and tho mother of
Jacques, spite of her Ellll'iieif, kneels rov
erently with tho rest and prays earnestly
Ibnt tho departed ''may bo associated with
tho choirs of angels.' Tho church has
been destroyed by the Prussians,
to tho do profundi! Is said at the
grnvo ilndf. Tho priest and assistants
depart. Tho bystanders have noticed tho
deep reverenco and earnestness of tbo
stranger s prayers, and two of them, as
they go back along tho road, spenk of it
to ono another,
"Sho Is a parjnt or somo friend, but it
is ttrangu tho was not there at tho begin
log.' His companion turns round and sees tho
old woman following thorn, ho Pero
.Suxo It tomo way on ahead, but aho will
not venture to address herself to him until
ho has put oil' hit surplice,
".Ma mere, says ono or tho men Kindly,
'Is It any ono belonging to you that wo
nave oecn laying mere ' "
"llut no. I tnank you, iny friend, for
your kind thought. 1 arn tt ttrancer jutt
arrived from Trochu, and I thought I
would pray for tbo departed one; that Is
all. Au revoir, my good friend.''
Hho nodi and tails into tho rear. Her
pour stiff knees tromb.o, but still tbo
gladness is in her eyes. Soon, vory soon
now, tho shall reach tho hospltul and bo
"Thoy can nurso him better than I can,'
she says, dragging ono weary foot after
its fellow, ana panting in Ibo treeless road,
"hut my Jaoqu will love aoaily to io
mo. llo loves his mother and tries to
comfort bur, docs my Jacques.
Hor kind friend, Mr. Martin, standi at
the door as sho goes iu. She makes him
a deep courtesy.
'How ill bo looks and yet ho has not
hid nearlv o lone a louruev as I havo.
Ah! it is ns tho good euro says, tho back
Is always in it do lor Ibo burden."
Mr. Mrttn ll coma out to breatho tho
air and rofrcsh his mind froai tbo torriblo
sights and sutlering ho had boon witness
ing sutl'ering which only insensibility
could olloviato, which only death could
euro. Ho shuddered at bo leaned ngulnst
the open door-way, lu thinking of tbo
mcro phytical pain that was being en
dured over almost tbo wholoof Fron:o.
"And this Is not all; there is mental
agony still greater in thodesolato homes,
widowed mothers and their little ones.
That poor crcaturo now" bo smiled us
sho courtcslcd "how will sho
And her ton? Ferbapt suffering the
torturet of tbosopoer fellows I have Just
left; perhaps more mercifully dying; and
vot how hard for her to have takou that
long, devatod Journey Just to hoe him dlo 1"
Mcanwhilo tho old woman waited
patiently in the tmall boarded space which
terved as entrance. Presently tho man
who had spoken to hor on thu road catno
closu up to vtioro ibo stood.
"Well, my mother," ho suid, "whtt aro
vou lookinc for?"
"Pardon, but I havo n, letter hero from
m'sieur the chaplain, and ho tells me to
ask for him and ho will tako mo to tho
person I am como to too.
"in goou time, my inoiuur ; tueu juu
will do well to como with me. I am go-
lug to 11 nd tho fathor himself."
Hooncncd a door in tho wooi'cn parti
tion and hold it tvbilo sho pasted Into tbo
hospital. Tho putionls lay on ttraw on
one tldo of tho lonir. narrow shod, somo
with corerloU ovor thorn, hut trio greater
number had toned thcto oti in their revor
iih movements. Handsced lees and arms
nd heads woro ovorvwhere: and in somo
fires, whero thcro was no apparent in-
tlm exnrossion ofaconv was torriblo.
Tho moiner oi jucque. waa uiu m mo
thought of hor son, hut sno couiu not pass
unmoved oy tins uno oi nuuijuru wmtcn,
"Poor man ! poor hoy I" sho murmured ;
nnd oiicb nr twice tlio bent down and
strove to pluco tho covorlct over a ititloror
who had thrown it on in ins restless eirug-
Her conductor opened a door fit tho ond,
and tho found herself in tho open Mr
uyain, facing iinothcr of tho long low
Dr. h. stood hure. Ho was speaking
eagerly to n priest. Ho only woro his cas
sock no x, but tho old woman recognized
tho Pero Saxo. Her conductor stood
wnitlnir, but Dr. h. had heard their ap
proach", and ho looked up quickly.
"llut yes, father," ho said tn tho priest,
" hero is ft good woman who cumo from
0 this morning. You hnvo clmrgo
of her son, it toeuis. Will you tako her
to him !"
Her heart throbbed fust. Till now her
.tilnt faith had kept hor culm, but tho
nearness of coming Joy was harder to bear
in ptitlonco than tbo long Husponto li
been. Vero Saxo looked very kindly
"I havo nlriMtdy toi'ii you this morn'
Sho courtfiiifd, but lmr ki.oet tromblcd.
"i;nn vou ion iu to.u .uno iiii.uuui .
I fViir wo havo but fuw names iu thlt
lln oiiom tho door. 1 ho ward is
ii..l,inr Mini moro cheorful looking than
that through which tho 1ms passed. Thoro
innor mitli'iiti. and tbolr beds look
.., rnniforlau u. I no licit neareti wiu
door is empty.
"Will you tell mo tlio Humbert'' repeat
I'Nuiuber seven, At your turvlce, men
rri'. Slstor is nt tho farther end of tho
room nnd Dr. h. has gono on to look at
hor patients. Sbo comes up quickly to
Pero Saxo whllo tho old woimui ipeakt;
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY. APRIL
when iLa too ipcaki ftiul looks to tlio other
end of tho room.
"Follow mo," my Monslour Suxo.
Tho mother of Jncquei give, u strain
ing, wiitlul look ut every laco bu panel,
hut (ba ieei no one llku hor hntidsoino boy.
Tbo men wlio llo hero aro all bearded, and
look on If thojr had lorvod in many cam
J'ign, though their fucoi nrH to pnlo and
hlomllij.1. rro axo liulu heforo a bid
nud IojUi round for her, hut alio
docK not hurry forward ho ex
pecu, It Ii youth, It i trun,
who llci tliure, but It I. not hor oti. Sbo
tbaltct her boad.
"Thin h not, than, number levcn ' the
prieil huyi to the Kuter.
"No. mr fiithor. thli U numbor kevon-
teotr, nutnher icvon " .,
Tlio nittur uoos
not etui liar aentonco
In wordl. Tho
cheerful (mile fudci from her broad fuco
and leave, n look of .id lytnpathy at .ho
glance, on to tho empty bed next tbo door
way, he iVro Suxo look. i1 too. but lia
hopua to kvu thu mother of .Ucquet from
lUui tuddenly lrarnitig tho tiuth.
' wmo with me, my good mother, no
no leuai inu way out oi uiu
Tho mother of Jacques does not speak.
Sbo looks from tho luce of tho Sister to
that of tho priest, and abo learns all that
they aro mercifully trying to withhold
from ler. Sho does not cry or sink down
under tho shock. Very quietly sho fol
lows tho priest till ho reaches tho foot of
tho empty bed by tbo door, and there
kneels down. Sho clasps her wrinkled
bands over her face, but tliero Is no sob
bing burst of grid. Only tho pero, as ho
stands pityingly beside hor, seta tears
trickle through tho trembling fingers.
Ilo bends down and whispers, " Ho was so
patient and good, your Jacques, and you J
prnycu lor mm mis morning, sua msi
wish was that you should know whero
ho lav, nnd God in His mercy guided you
Ilo holds his crucillx to her and aho
kisses it reverently, and then ho ntl'ers up
a prayer for the departed spirit of her
Tho voituro ttandt waiting to go back
to O next morning. Tliero nro no
otbor pssiengcn except tho mothsr of
Jacquet. Mr. Martin has como to seo hor
off, and bo shakes hor hand heartily as ho
places her in tho voituro.
"Yours has been n weary sorrow, my
friond, but you havo borno it liko n hero
"Monsieur, my trouble might have been
worse. My Jacques ' bora tho tears run
over "was always so strong, so manly 1
Iln would never be helped or waited on.
Ho did all for me, and If ho
had livod ho must havo been,
tho pero lays, a po r, helpless crip
ple, and tho ?ood Go'd has spared him this
torment. M'sieur, I must now go homo
and comfort tho poor child who loved him.
Adieul my good m'sieur: I cannot thank
you. ' Ah I if it had not been for you 1
should perhaps not havo assisted at his
burial. M'sieur, when 1 pray for benefac
tors I shall pray for you.
TIIK REPORT OF TIIK VIENNA
IN'VKSTIGATIOX TO UK
MOKE BACK PA.Y KGTURNED TO
THE TKEASUlt Y.
SEN'ATOP. SCHUP.Z SAIhED r UK
THE VIENNA. INVESTIGATION'
Washington, April 2C A detailed
report of tho Invettigatlon now making in
Vienna bv Mr. Jay, United btutet minis-
ter.and Thomas McElrath, in totho conduct
of tho American commissioner to thooxpo-
lition, will bo made public as soon aa re
BACK PAT HKTUUNEU.
Ex-Roprosontatlvpi Cox and l'cters
havo sent to tho treasury tho amount of
their extra pay.
New York, April "C Carl tfcburz
sailed for Europe to-day.
TIIK DIVERS AGAIN AT WORK
AT TIIK WJtECK OV
WOMAN HUN OVER AND KlhLED
HY THE CARS.
INQUEST AT MEMPHIS ON THE
HODY OI- TTIWJIAO I'" "'
RUN OVER IIV THE ' AUi.
V km in is. April iC.-As tho southern
train on tho Memphis & Loulsvilio rail
road wBk approaching Fervent station
to-day, a lady named Mrs. Ellit attempt.
ing to cross thotracK in iront oi wiu in..u,
u-Di run over and Instantly killed.
Tho inquest on tho body of Thomas
Dovle, niuto of tho steamer Grand Towor
vor.llct was rendored that tho deceased
m hti death at tho hands or n negro,
namo unknown, who struck him with a
i.tii,.! nf wood at Cairo, on tho down trip
of tbo boat. Tho negro is supposed to bo
ono discharged by Doyle on tho hist trip
of tho boat.
TUB ATLANTIC WRECK,
Halifax, April 20.-CaPtaln Williams
arrived to-day from tho wrocis oi uiu
i ,t,. Tbo tlivors havo resumed opera
.i recovered somo of tho cargo,
i..ii... of two steorago pusson
. . i .iut ftfiiroiarvution. Tho
the miner sidoof the ship.
Wam.inuton, April 'JU.-Androw J.
Howell, a well-known sporting mn, wm
fatally .hot In Croye' h
tho accijentul discharge of ft r"t''
MRS. FISK'S SUIT AGAINST
TIIK (JUKI) IT M01ULIKR.
THE ADMINISTRATION'S INDIAN
POLICY TO HE PURSUED.
ONE HUNDRKD AND EIGHTY
THOUSAND HUTOHER KNIVES
HOUOHT FOR HIE IN
DIANS. the hut of Mns. fisk.
New York. April 2C lu tbocaso of
tho widow of James Fisk, Jr., against tho
Union Vacills railroad, Credit Mobllier,
and others, N. W. Ilullor, who claims to
bo owner of 2S shares of stock, asked
Judgo Ulotchford to-day, through attor
ncy, to bo permitted to Intervene In the
suit and share in its benefit. Also that
tbo suit bo not discontinued without no
tice to him, Decision rcscrrod.
knives foii the Indians.
Tho purchasing committcoof tho board
of Indian commissioners, havo contracted
for 1,503 dozon butcher knives and 120
dozen ikining knivoi, among otbor ar
ticles to bo furnished tho Indians.
A BANK CASH I HIl S 100.000
HE IS LOCKED UP IN LUDLOW
ST RET l'RISION-
THE WHARTON TRIAL FINALLY
AN ACKNOWLEDGED DEFAULTER.
New York, April 20. F. L. Taintor,
cashier ot tlio Atlantic National bank is
reported to havo confessed himself a de
faulter In four hundred thoucand dollars-
Tho bank li said to he temporarily sus
Tho investigation mado by tho clearing
bouso commlttco shows tho capital of tbo
Atlantic bank to havo been impaired
$500,000. Taintor admits ho used 5100,
000 In stock speculations, chiefly in Pa
cific mail. Tbo bank will pay to deposit
ors oOc on tho dollar. Taintor is now in
Ludlow jail. .
Is being made by Washington tuUiorUlct
into tho accounts of Honry W. "Whiting,
cashier of tho New York post-office
THE WHARTON TRIAL ENDED.
Baltimore, April 20. At Annapolis
this morning, iu tho casoof Elizabeth G
"Wharton, Indicted for an attempt to mur
der Eugene Vnnness, a "stet" was entered
by tho prosecuting attorney, thus ending
the "Wharton trial.
Washington, April 26. Probabilities
The temperature will generally Incre.no to
morrow except In the Eastern States. For
the Northwest and Upper Lakes and south-
ward to Arkansas and Tenuo'ec, diminish
ing prctsure and southwesterly winds, and
partly cloudy weather. For tho Qulf States
southeast winds, rising temperature and
partly cloudy weather, with possible rain In
tho western gull. For the South AtUntlc
States cenerally fair and warmer, with
light southerly winds. For Lower Lakes and
Middle States south winds, slowly rising tem
perature and generally clear weather. For
Canada and New England light northwest
wind, partly cloudy weather, clearing In
the evening, with hllghtly higher tempera,
ture. Cautlouary slguals coutinuc at New
York, New London, New Haven, llotou,
Portland, Maine, and Eastport.
Memi-iiis. April 2C Cotton higbor
gradea advanced, good ordinary 10c; low
midling 17c. Receipts 000; shipments
C70; stock 31,420. Flour dull aud un
changed. Corn moul good domand at
$2 00. Corn scarco anil urm ni oioac.
Oati fair demand und advitnccd ut42j
15c. Hay dull and unchanged. liruu
actlvout iU C010.
Chicago, April 20. iiour quiet.
"Wboat steady, No 2 spring f I 21 cash;
$1 20J May; No 3 51 10- Corn In fuir
demand ut lowor rates, No 2 mixed 3"o
cash; liio May. Oats itoiuly, .M) i Jic
cash; 31jo Mtty. Ryo scarco and Urm,
.No 2 (i'J(iiioc, iiurioy uuti anu nouiuiui.
Pork qmot, weak and lower ut $17 40
Mav: S18 tlmo. Lard nuiot, woak aud
shadu lowor SO 10 Mjy, $9 253 30 timo.
Hulk meats quiet und shade euslor: laies
clear rib May 8jc. Loose bacon steady.
Whlskoy steady at Bic.
Sr Louis, April 20. Flour fair, busi
nui nt uneiinncod. prices, market vory
quiet; wheat firm higher. 2 spring soft
31,!) red full $1 0001 03, no. 2 1 75
GA 78: Corn shado lowor. No. 2 mixed
30J37, doting dull 30J; elevator oats
lnaciivo onu lourtu i.jui,
32Jr33c; olovator barley od'orlngs light
hold llrmor, sales lown spring 00$l 00;
ryo 0P70; pork weak lower 518 25018 60
spot; seller July 10 toiler Aug. ltl D S;
Mnl unsettled, clear no svmiuioi uocou
wnakcr. for buvors sliouldors ( io(ii)T V
R $10(10 12; clear sides 510 "6($10 CO
hams ml0l; lard qulot, tales prlmo
steam Se; whiskey In domand und firm
B7c; cattle loss ucuvo out uueniiiiiivuj nug
quiot and tinctiangeiL
Sr. Louis. Anrll 20. Arrived: (Ion
Anderson und Davuce, Cairo; Mountain
Hollo. Cincinnati: Rob Roy, Kooltuk
Mutcullno, Galena. Departed: Lady
Leo. lied river, Messenger, Pittsburg;
MpHniiHld. Lexincton: Now lloston
P.mrlH-. Groat Ruoubllc. New Orleans,
Moiintulis Holle, .uPI,.1r . M1?
.i. itr.1. it, n. K.in tuk: xsoriliwciist
Urn, StVauli St Luke, uppor Missouri; St
UUU. .I4UIM -ll , -
Rlvor fallinL' slowly. Weather fair aud
XI mil 111) I U tllirillll Lt. I ii, nnwu .
w'v":,. n v.u Anrll 20,-Arrived
1 ft" VIU(lri , a 1 II V.
crt Mitchell, Cincinnati', Hlsmatck, Jno,
F TUlo. City Qulncy nnd Crciccn City
and bargci, St. Louis. "Weather clear
Cincinnati, April 2C.Rlvcr fell 20
feet. Arrived; Jno. Kllgour, New Or.
leans. Departed; Arlington, Memphis;
Nashville, Arkansas river; Loulsvilio and
Alleghony Hiillu, Now Orleans; tow boat
Michigan arrived with coal.
Pittsiiuro, April 20. River rising
vory tlowly wltu seven feel und seven
Inches water In channel; heavy rain
ingthlA bvonlng. T.N. Phillips has de
parted for hoohvillo with 3 barges; Coal
Hill and ono tutor nut coal containing
40.000 bushels and 'i barges and ono Hut of
coko conralnlli'g 4l,Oou busbelt dopartod
this ovoning for Louisville; Haltlo with 8
barges coil b3,000 bushols and U barge,
coko containing 40,000 bushols; Sam Clark
Willi l bargos containing 140,O0U liuihcli;
Havana It receiving for til. l.oult unp will
dkpart early the coming week.
Kvanstillk, April 20. Weather cluar
and warm till noon; cloudy and cool this
evening. Mercury 38 to L0. Rlvor has
rullon lOinchos. Up: fcmoky City 10 p.m.,
IdJowJld, Andy Haum, Fayetto, Thontu.
Sherlock, Potonla and bargei., Charmer
and Rover. Down; J S Ncftt, Mary
Anient, Oroy Euglo. ilultnc. dull.
Nashville, April 2C River falling
with 3 feet on Uarpoth ahoals. No urrl
vals or departures.
Meui'his, April 20. Woathor clear
pleaiant. River falling. Arrived; Hates
ville, Whlto river. Deported: J E Ran
kin, PlnoHlulh: Gvand Towor. St. Louis:
Legal Tender. Whlto rlvor! Anna, Arkan
sas river; 11 E Leo, Mary Houston, for
i.ouisvnie; rat r.ogors, Cincinnati.
Louisville, April 20. Arrived, Gen.
Lytlo, Cinclntiuti; Door No. 2, Madlton;
Hluo AVing No. 2, Kontucky river; Morn
ing Star, Henderson, Dopartod, Uen.
Lytlo, Cincinnati; Door No 2, Madison;
Hluo "Wing No. 3, Kontucky river; Morn
ing Star, Hondorson, Mary Millar, Whlto
river; Canal 8 foot lllnches; Indlun chuto
on falls, 0 feet U inches; weather warm
Little Rock, April 15. River falling
now 6 fent t inches. Departed: Mary
Hoyd, Memphis; Fort Gibson, above.
Weatbor cloudy and cool.
VicKsnuito, "April 20. Down: "Wolff,
Tbnmpton Dean, Fannlo Lewis. Up:
Julia, Mary Allco and barges, Purgoud,
James Howard. "Werthcr clear. River
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT
NINETY DAYS' POSTPONEMENT,
A FULL DRAWING CERTAIN
5500,000 IN IJANK TO PAY OlfTS.
10,000 CASH GlVTfl VAID IN IULL.
$100,000 FOR ONLY S10.
Enotigli ol tlio 100,000 tickets iMied for
the Third Grand UIU Concert, In aid of the
Puhllc Library ol Kentucky, having been
.old to ill-lire u full drawing, and the wi.-li
having been universally oxprctsed that the
10.IXKJ caih kIHh otlercd llould bo drawn in
n nii.l iiald in full without anv scaling
iloivu, n iiurrtolurc; the matiagcnient, with
tho colicurroiice ot tlio trustee., hint) deter
mined toallow ninety (lays mcio ;V.r tliocao
of the remnant oftlckcts lert on hand. Tuo
concert and distribution iulvertled lor Aprl
, i niereioru posipoiieu to iiiCMiay, July
i, 1S3, on which d-y uiul no o.licr,iln-y will
losltlvely and uncquivocallv take place lu
utilic i.inrary nan, i.ouint uie, uentucKy.i i
At tliU L'rand concert tho follow Inir cah
glrtHwill bo dWrlliuted bv lot nud paid lu
lull to tho ticket-holder who draw them:
I.ISl (! U1KTS:
One Grand Canh Gilt
Onu Grand CashGlil
One Grand Cash Gilt
OucGrand Cash Gilt
One Grand Cash Gilt
. . 60,000
. . 20,000
. . 10,000
. . ti.OCO
. . 21,000
. . 2.1,000
. . 32.1WO
. . 30,000
One Grand Cu.-liUlll
'Jt Casli Gtllsoi ?i,uoti cacti.
W Ca-h Gifts of
600 each. .
300 each. .
100 each. .
10 each .
bO Cai-ll Gilts ot
1 00 Cash Gift- of
150 Cah Gifts of
MX) Cash Gifts of
0,000 Cuih (Hits of
. . 00,000
Total, 10,000 Gifts, all Cash if.'OO.OOO
The money to pay all thce gilts in full Is
now upon deposit 111 mo runners' ami
Drovers' hank of Louisville, and pet, n-ldu
for that purpose, und can only bo 11 ted lor
that purpoe, as will bo seen by the follow
ing ccrtlllcato of the cashier:
OU'lCE KAHMEItS' AMI UltoVntS' H.INK, I
Louisviixb, jiy., aprii isi u.
Tins s to curtll'v tout tliero Is lu thu Fur-
men. and Drovers' bunk to tho credit nt'tno
Tlili d Grand Gift Concert, lor tlio henelit ol
the Public Library or Kentucky, Uvo hun
dred tliousatiu uouars, which wis uocii
apart bv the maiiager to pay thegltuln mil,
and will be held by tho hank and paid out
for this purpose, and this jiiirpo.o only.
R. S. VEEOll. Cashier.
Tho Party, therclcrc.wiioiioius 1110 iicuct
drawing the capital ulft will get SIOO.OOO in
grSa'ck,, acll so It the e-W.Kllt. the
82S,IK), lliu i cwiwu. ..in v"."w,
und all iho other gifts 10.000 In number,
ainoui.ting to t:m,m.
'llio rciimam 01 uu-wi uf
nlshcd to thom who llrst apply (orders ac
companied by the money always having pre
n?r. nco over acnU) at tho following prices:
Whole tickets. 10; Halves, .11
oii'irlcr. Si WIS 11 n"'u ii"
rii ?or 3 fr l,K!0' alHlKa r:,r Hm-
"J ' .'. . .... 1... . ....... AIIUl wnrtii nl' ,lnl.-
Nl UlSCOUIIV OU WHIM VJ v.
Tlio concert and dWrllmtlon of gifts will
bei:lii nt 0 o'clock on Tuesday morning, duly
n Publlo Library hall, and the following
w 110 tuo oiuur in " "", y
by orchestral band. 2d placing of tags (one
lor each ticket sohl) In largo wheel. 3d pUc
chustral baud. 6th explanatory remarks by
president, llth drawing ot llrst halt ol
!.niw Till mii.li bv orchestral baud. Stli
lit,, nt .Mils 111 Sinail Wliet'lt till l.tUBIi; IJV Ul-
r. . ... t...ir ... ..if.- nil. ..i.ini..,.
drawing 01 iai nan ui b..i. ....v...h
nf Inri.iV u-Iipi1 Willi lUL'S ill lltnU Ot COI11-
lilltleo appoiiiicu oy uiiuivuti-. .vm (,",uu
Tho nuislo on this grand occa-lon will be
... ... I t... It. ....... 111(1 ..I
tho best that can he procured, aim uiu gen
tlemen who count und place thu tags and
gifts in the wheels und superintend tlio
ilrilWIIlg Ulld Keep inn recom in uiu u. ......
numbers will bo chosen from tlio hist
known and most trustworthy citizens ot tne
stuto, All will bu to conducted as to ho a
pcrlect guaranty against complaint Irom any
Tho paCymont of gifts will begin 011 1 Sutur
day, July 12, at U o'clock ii.m. UckcU
drawing gift must ho presented nt room
No. 4 Public l.lbary bulldliij,', whero cash
checks upon tbo Karniers' and Drovers'
hank of Loiilsv Hie, or sight drulta upon 10
Fourth National bank 0 cvv ork, at 10
option of the h-Mcr. will bo given or the
tickets All Kill 1101 called for In six
monthil from thj drawing will be turned
overto (be Pii 'lh; Library rund.
For full particulars tend mr circulars.
TllOS. K. URAM1.KTTK,
Agent Public UhvaryoriCy.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS.
rOK TUB TKIUfAXSMt CUHK OF
CHILLS AM) FEVER, DUMIl AUU1
OU ANY FORM OF IM'EKMIT
1 EXT FEVER.
THE OREATESTIUSCOVERY OF TH 8
Tliero aro no discaso o debilitating lit
tlielr ctrecu upon the constitution ra tn
juw, nu none more rfltllcult to cure bf
the usual mode of nrurtlce. The fever an-1
Ague 1 owdcrs will ellcct a cure In cattt ol
the longest atandlng as well a. prove a pre.
vcntlvo In the forminit stages of the dUeaso.l
Hclng purely i-gctahle, they act with cel.
tn.iity on the dhease, totally eradicating I:
Irom tho system, and prevent u return at;
any future period.
Why waste your money and health in try
lny viry incdicinp you hear of, when
Thompson's FeVcr nniTAgiie. Powders havo
never lailed to euro the tltlUs In any case.
REASON'S WHY THEY OiNLY SHOULD
Their reputation 1. cttahlWl.tii. Thnn.
sands of testlmonlaU hve been recelveu,
nowiiig inn ince povvuers nave pcrtorraetl
miraclen lu curing ca.cn ol long standing,
many of them considered hopelei-s.
Theio iii no rlk in taking them. They
contain notliiiiL- lnliirioii. ami. tlierclore.
none ol the lingering oleaui so often tho
rcnilt or thu many nostrums or tho day.
PhyMclans recommend them as superior to
nulnlne or any other known remedy, lor
they leavo the svstcm lu a healthy utatc, and
the patient beyond the probability of a re
lapMt. Ui;YAKi; Ot COUKTEKr KITS. Tho
L-enuini! aro put up In quaro tin boxes,
THOMPSON'S FEVElt AND AfSIIV. l'
DKIU; stamped on the lid, nud the signature
ot Thompson A CltAWFoltn on the wrapper.
umris tan ios;uif oc genuine.
U II E U il A T I V
THE QKEAT EXTKBNAL REMEDY FOR
OI A, SPRAIIJS, ETC.,
GOOD i'OJl MA X O It JiKA SI
TliN liniment has earned for itself a repu
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applications. CtTThousands who now sul
fur from rheumutltm, ueuralula, etc., would
ntut ltnmcillate relict Irom all pain by llilng
thUccrtalurenie.lv. HU eriually effectual
In cuts, hum?, cu:d, iltIiir.sof the neck,
sore throat, swellings, inllainatloim, Iron
bites, pains m the slue, or hack, bltoof pi
lers or stlns- or iiKCcts.
Ono rubbing will In all cases jflve innnrdi
cmc"U,f' U"J a fCW uI'I'Ucl"on8 complete
On account or Its powerful penetrating
properties it is beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for the mot troublesome diseases to
which hor.-es and cattlo ure liable. It cure
cratclii, old und freh cuts or sore, chafes
produced by ttie coli.u 01 .-..ji... li,.,.i..
cuui-cd by nailt or opilnts entering thu neais
orlioof?, hnil-cs, sprains, sweeney, spavin
tliru-li, ami nil diseases which destroy the
hoofs or bonrs of tho feet.
EZTPull directions accompany each bot
tle. The above arc prepared only by
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And sold by storekeepers generally through
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