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CAIIK), ILLINOIS, BATKBUAY MOItXIXd, MAY H, 1870.
NEW SEHIES NO. !.
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Foirin'n and DtmicstU' Liquors
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M, no olllit I.EVKK.
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PAINTS. OILS WAI.I. I'.Vl'I'lt, KTi'.
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Wiinlnw (tints, Window Shades Mir.
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The Gexuixe Article
Tolio Had at R;trflav'.
WHITE LEAD, '
Colli" r, Sdiitlicni, I'li"-niv niiyntlii-rl niii.l
wnntM lntip nt Ilsn-by.".
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I all cii!nt ln :ii nt JJnn-l.-iyV.
PL'UE LINSEED OIL,
I!: v nml 15..ile.l Tl'III'EXTIXK. JAPAN
DHYKU elieiip nt r.iiu l;iy-.
Cimi li. Furniture, DuuiHr tin.' lic-t, lo !
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(io to lluvUivs.
MARKETS BY TELEGKAPH.
I.n Kitroot,, May 10, 1 , ui. CVrn new,
'i.V !)ilfe!tl; olil. 7 ii.lift2Ts 81I. Wat
ilull tin 1 uwliiinijc'l.
Ki!iiK., M;iy 10, 2 p. in. Corn
new. 23i :M(22 Oil; oi l. 27-t MQIl M.
Wliiat dull ; winter. 1 U MS 1 Ui; spriiij,'.
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XKW VOI'.K OUAtS.
Nt-.v Yoiik, 5Iay 10, 12:0") 'i. ;'bl--Wm-i.t
(jiili-t; X.. 2 Chicai, $1 20;
N.i. 2 Miiwa::W, $1 22: r-1 n-1n-ti-r
$1 STfc.l :jfi; Arul.-r, ft 30 1 37.
('.nil cv.'ift; fc-twini'-'r. !'-; J. 'lt-:
Xo. 2. r,or"i-.
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t'HICA.a.. May Hi. -.:'.0 a. 1.1. Kstimiit -il
receijit-i (if luys, l.VOwO. Wiiuat June.
il OiUJ. Corn Jjsie. Ic,.
CintA";i. M:iy 10. 0:40 . m. Prk
-.June, :,') l.i.l; July. 70 ukeil.
CaitAi.o. May 10 11 a. in. Corn June,
:jf)i4'c: :!;ii8'(j.:ifii.,'c: July. j:tc
Pork June, i'Vt&i 50; July. d'li
O'i 70. Wheat Jim", $1 00 ''4 ! O.'i7,;.
Chh a'ui. My 10, 12 r.i. Corn M:iy.
:j!Ve: June, Jl'.iij'o a4;ed; July. Wc.
Pork June 47i,'(',x 50: July, ) 07j'.
Wlu-at-M..y, 110'.t'; Jun.f. 10GJ8:
July, 104,'i l.i.l.
Cimca;). May 10, 1:05 p. m. Pork
Ju!i'-, A 478 50: July. $ l'-i! 70.
W1e.1t May, 1 10;'a': Juii", 1 00T8(j,
I 07: July. 1 04Ji- Cur:: M.-.y. '.&
:;;iij(-: Jum-. '.'.'.t"'. : July. -H' 7ii"-
Cir:Ar,.. 10, 1 p. W'lifMt May,
$1 Uiil 10,'. j': June. $1 07.
Ciri(.vi.i. May 10. 2 :10 :n. Corn
May. ')') i- i:l: Juai', "fif.j'c-.
Ciikai.u. May 10. 2::0 p. in. Pork
! May. 42', ro: Ji'.ne. 32 li.l:
July. Ax 72i l-il. Wln-iit-Juni-. 1 071
FItOM THE EAST.
A ( r.KAPv VIEW OF THE SITUATION.
That i too Cloitily to be riiliT?tiMnI.
I'l'lio l.-'ilt of til" Mohili-mTioii of
thf I-:ns;li.-li Army itii. AIiliti:i
I.o.mxin. May in. A Vienna f''irr'!;xi!ii1
er.t (-oinut- ntiu on hopis ot' jM-aec n-viveil
Lv Count S liouv iloir t-xpi-ct'-il arrival nt
St. P.-t -r-'i'.'.t-.' nii'1 i;n !-.-i-i-l t'ii-nil'y cli ir
Ht tir of iMi')mrit.-rt iy; NotwitUntaiiilin
n way i.r.t til'- ilitli" i:lty s'viii-i :it li st to
have l' '-n t'ouinl. the eris U neitlier short
norea-y. Itis aft'-rail iiothiny more or le.-s
than :vhij; a inr-tt vital que-tion. this ilo
'M in a uTeat ni-auri' tin- work ..f tiie nin-r.-s
i'se,!'. A ( iTtain m.-rvi tliere
tore i-xi-'s. it Leini: in-lini-tively t'elt that
tli' parent may xisilly the last effort
to arrive at a pacific solution. The peii-l-i:iu
poi'.rparleis ho lon'T rolat 1 to a
tornuiia lor the ronres'i. I nit to the merits
ot' a s.-tt!('ii"iit in tin- Em-t. h:i'I if irrecon
i ilaii!.' ar.t.-ioi-nisin shoul.l n-titlt ui one or
more point, it wi-ulil ;,") far to prove the
mefu'.iii-.t of farther cuilciivors to lirin
iil.oi'.t mi un.l- rsiaiulii'.. Heyonii tliis iiie
i it 111 of guarantees, to-nit. the pleiluc that
ii.i.-l will nink" the (oiic'.sioiis n'w pro
.ir'ses a-.iii .ecurity that Knohnnl will ile
maii'l l'ot'iinu' further, if vihi11 form a "lan
ceious a;:..niaiy to leave the mnii'il force
i i' tlie to s'nl.s face tu fiice, while they
Iiaveilijiloinatically nu'recil. Thy wi'.hilinw
a!. tin r.-for-. t the liritih ll.-ct ,-in l nrniy
s'l-ni. to I".- a natural corol
lary of i'uy u:ii!"is!aniliii','. This
sc ln-in.' i iii v Lriiaeheil not in tin- o'.l tonu
as s. ei.riiy ayain-t a.-ei.lciit, hut in rj.111.v
t;o:t witli u yinviint":' for t!i" fnltiilment of
an iiur-.i'i'.ent t' he nenh-. Ei'iaiiil is
cveilit.-il w ith the initiative in tiii.. respect.
She is .iippose.l to .Ieinan.l the withdrawal
of Ilu-v-ian troops L.-vi'iiil the l!alk;t!H n a
ph-iiye of Kussja's pvoniis.' tlit to phuv llel-s.-'.t'ili
o',. position t: t!'.e v!iie. cf Europe,
wiiiie in siu h c.'.e ..he winilil he reaiiy to
witlniriw her fleet. Curiosity 11'
!hi. junctur,'. th Wiruei AIm-imI Po.-t.- St.
IVters'ii.ry ci:T"pi'ii'l"iit announces that in
co;is, -(ii"m-e ot' the Mahniniiic'lan insr.nvc
iio,i iinil hostile Mtt;t".le of l'oi'.inani:! it is
inipe.-silile that lius-iiin troojis will with
ilraw fii.in ltouinelia. nfter Vnrna. Shunihi
an-1 llator.ni have mii render""!. This has
streimtheiicl the inipie.on that the Cnr
Willi" I iv t ohje' t to the rcti'i-Uleiit of the
lli-.ss'ah nrniy frmn Heumi'iia, provided In
ol.tainci! ir:i;onin. which would nii'iin tli.il
England hiel w itlnliawn hei eppo.-.ii'ioii lo
i;;t..ia's '.'.'taiuiii'.' it.
KNOI AMIS AI'M V
I.oI'ikin. May it. At a I'-su'.t of i.io'nili
j ration of tin' aiiiiy ami ni'li:i.i reserves. H5.
1 000 trained an. I eriVctive . oldVrs lia-.--j
tiikf n their ph'ciM in the i.-mhs. Th'Tao
(.ratoirilepr.vt.'iu'iit at the Wooiwiit'i ai'seiud
I ha r. t i'ived an oid'-r !'or UJ.OOO tv.ks to
I c-int'in each Is ooinal-; of lii.ciiit enn kit's.
i to he oiUT'ed 01; i,-a 1 s:n!d!es. l.ollli mi!
j of preserved nvi't have iwen receiM-il fn'in
j tie.- Unii .il States principally fn-in Ciii.
, We iii"iin the limn wllo
lets his h:by cly ill! !lij;ht ill t'l" !illil i'1'ils
lU'.t'ier,. mid .Iocs net l."('li n wjnk. wlien
Dr. D.'.ll's llaliySvinpwill (jiiiet th" hahy
!iy ivH'-vi'ig its ,',!"i;,i l-ntii;. co. ting "iiy
H ! j. j
T!ie Piaijosttl Thirty Font Cliiiiuifl Ik"
twecii the Jcttif". -
Why IhcCiovoriimciit rlionlil Xot
Illrtirit T.'jvm It.
t-la! tn fa' MUi:irl R. puhllran.)
Washixoton. May !. At several dis
jitt lus luive Im-i a sent to this jmint retfiinl
iiiff the ol.ject of Cupt. Emit' visit to Wash
ington he has written the follow nfi letter:
Plciis- permit mi' to errrreet rexirtn pub
lishwl in mcvituI jouruiiU recently that I
havf asked t" he released from my entjaffc
nieiit t'u-it'utc a channel 30 f-et "deep" and
have iihand'ni'-"! the undeilakin an a fail
ure. y the terms of the law I have un
til S'ptciiihcr of next year to create n chan
nel 30 feet deep. This depth w ill be secur
ed ill all prooahiiity during this month, as
but O.740 cubic yard now interfere with a
channel of that depth by 250 feet in
width. The United ' Siateg eoni
j.iiion of emrinecrs, . who - - In
i:i l!74 r'-coinmended the jetty system for
pas.s we an; iniproviuir, o nidi If red a p"r-nui'v-nt
(vnt.-nl rlepth of 2"i feet snrlieient
for tie w aiifs of coinnierci! and suitable for
tiie siz of the pass. The act ptiuircs a
I 'lannel nowhere less than 110 t'-et "li-cp.with
a widtii of IJ50 te-t. To ('rente such ll width
with. "0 feet f.f water between i"tfies I
think uniudicii!is. ainl may po.sibly re
sult in injury to them. This opinion I ex
pressed to the committee when frnming the
liill in 175, and I am now confirmed in
this opinion. I have, therefore, recom
mended that the size of the channel he. "to
reduced that the thirty feet depth thmu;h
it shall not be p-ninn-d to exceed one hun
dred fu'-t in width. With such width the
21 feet channel would probably not be less
than 400 feet wide, ami tin- 22 feet channel
would probably lx- 500 feet wide. As we
can easily increase the tlovV into the pn.s,and
ar- not now u.in one-t.-nth part of the
whole discharge of the river, it remains en
tirely for the government to say whether
stipulated sizes shall lie adhered to or not.
Tlii-. I presume, it will dciermine only after
advice of its own competent exjx-rts. The
bill was fr-imi-'l w ith a view of securing the
t,'ovcn:m nt from any risk, either from the
destruction of tin; works during their
ppigrvst or from any failure of the jetty sys
tem. IJ. in' secured on this, it was intend
ed that we houI'l rec.ivc from time to
time, a. spit-ifie depths w.-re secured by
permanent works, a rc'n:ihle repayment
on account of our outlays. It was, how-
j ever, inipottibhi to determine Ik-I'or-j
hand how much of th-' whole works would
I he r.-ijuired to secure depths on which pay
1 meats depended, ami while their total cost
will exceed tin- oiU'inal estimates a portion
of the whole that it has liecn neces..ary to
complete lia. greatly exceeded our c.pec -tii.n-.
We therefore ask such 11 readjust
ment of term., of payin-nt as w ill enable us
to ilischarg -.' debts incurred 0:1 account of
it ar.d furni.h the surhcient amount to in
sure its early completion. We on'y ask this
after t'ue country is in 1 mployint-nt of the
...i!i.t.-inti.tl l.elietits from if iui'1 otlicinl re
iKirts confirm the eonii"li-nee of the public
in its ienn:i!ie:ii'e, and after a further ad
herence to oppressive terms of payment
are 110 loinfi-r necessary to protect the
government and must react to the injury of
the public We ask 110 alteration that will
not leave in th:- hands of the government
an ample portion of our compensation to
ins'ire th" enti;.- completion of the whole
Work. Til"' total price to he paid Us is
250.000. We have completed fullv four
fifths nf if and have ri-CL-ived only $1,000,
000 on it. This, with the fact that we have
almost trebled the origiual depth of the
channel, and vessel, drawing 2-'l feet can
and do pess through it without delay of
any kind, should lie sufficient to prove
needless stringency in the terms of pay
ment und absurdity f any adverse ivorts
ri'latitv' to the enterprise.
Jamk.s P.. E r
Second Day's Session of their Convention
I'liii.Ain.i.i'iirA. Pa.. May 0. Tiie Na
tional Convention continued its. "'..ion until
half-past two this morniiig.owing to a bit
ter (list u.sion of the platform, ami returned
its se.sioii and discussion at 10 o'clock to
day, with but little more than half the dele-
1 gate, present.
I F. N. Hughes inad" a ..peech bira'cly up
I on the !al"or iiiiestinn. favoring eight ours
i for work and deprecating the employment
! of chil.ln n in fuct..ri"-..
i (Ith.'l-..peeche. followed, but W"IV inter-
; l-ll Jit '"1 fieqllently. ail"l lllipleasiitit i Xplcv
i sioiit wi'fi' eX'-h uig.'d.
i F. P. Dewet-. cl.il man of tlie stat" cen-
: tnil committee, r. ad a iiiore con. -ivntive
i platfoim than tli.it i'"ad th- night before
I and it w:'s loudly clccreil.
I Mr. Eiiieisoii. f I'eaver, moved that it
I bi adopted, when there Wi-l-e loud cries of
I "Nogag law!" ami "hMdoii!"
I A delegate from FliVett" iillllilcd to the
liioli at l.uzerii"
W .i'l ll
.I'.iUgiil forty dele-
gat'-s to their I""-!.
l'Aceptiolls Were t.lki 11 to the portion of
tlie hi-f platform read, which proposed thai
the paltv ha cubed the Greenback Labor
party in.lead of the .National, and tin' Vol
upoi'i tlie question to strik-i-Mt tltat part of
the )iat:'ollll plOVoked th" liveliest discus
sion between the I .nl 11 1- mill Given'oack cl"
men!.. I'll " I th" speeches all alluded to th"
two elements iii the convention.
The inotii't. ?" strike truf the Greenback
Labor part;.' was lost, I , i.r, overrtli'dnilng
vote. . -
1 A resolution that the convention condemn
bnv lawlessiieKs or violeneu wim Mlopted.
Iin'd the platform read this nimning was 11 bo
fuloptud, uiili live HUicmlincnt. :'..'. ,;.;
lu may be tiiniiii:u'iji"ij,us,followt.! ..'k
Thai dp' perty advociti-snhlgh pi'.tci five
l .iill', moileiate refonn ill the hour of IiiImh'.
to be regnhite"! by wis" legislation, 011
ios!tion to diM-riuiiiiiiting monopolii") in
the eanying tnuie, und substilution of na
tional nioiiey for bank notes, It ilemni'nU
an itniviiulitlotial rep. 'id of tlf re
sumption net, mid a I'rognidoii ' 1iy
Conirrtiw nf the eftbrtH at internal im
provements, nni an enrouraffement of ship
building ami ocean transportation. It din
urows any countenance of lawlessness or
violence; advocates a maintenance of the
principles of party by a judicious use of the
ballot-liox, and changes the name of the
party from that of National L'dior jmrtv to
that of the National Greenback Lubnr par
ty. F. P. Dewees was re-elected chnirniun of
the State Centnd Committee.
Dr. Sturgeon, chairman of the National
Executive Committee, delivered an address
and the convention udjoimutl sine die.
Murrliigc of Senator Hon Cameron to
3Ilss Elizabeth .Sherman.
A Hundred Thousand Hollars' Worth of IW-nts.
Ci.LYKi.AND, 0 May i. At S oVhs-k
this even;,ig at St. Paul's Episctipal church
Senator I. I). Cameron and Miss Elizaln-th
11. Shuriiiau were married. The ecremony
was performed by the Hiifht l!ev. Hi.shoo
G. T. Uedell, bishop of the diocese at Cleve
land, assisted bv the Hev. N.S. Hulison,
rcet.ir of St. Paul's. The Moral decorations
were lavish and elegant. The bridemaids
were Miss Ella Sherman, Washington; Miss
Moultou. Cincinnati: Miss Jennie IVnnison,
Columbus; Miss Julia Parsons Cleveland;
Miss S"'nter, Cleveland; Miss Debillies.
Yonkers. N. Y. Mr. Cameron being a wid
ower, there was no groomsmen. The music
was rendered by Prof. Nuderner of this
city and consisted ot AuWs
impressive Massanielo, the over
ture to Eurvanthe by Weber.
Mcverliccr's Coronation March and Mendel-
lion's Wedding March. One thoiisainl in-
vitations Jiad ln-en issueil and fully two
thirds were present. After the ceremony
loO relations ami near tnends nttendi'd the
reception at the residence of Colgate Hoyt,
Esq.. Case avenue, brother-in-law of the
bride. The wedding gifts were numerous
anil costly, their aggregate value licing
$100,000. Many friends wire present from
Wa.hmgton, New lurk, llarnsbiirg, Phila
delphia. Cincinnati and Chit ago. Mr., and
Mrs. Cameron left by the Lake Shore route
for New York at 10 ::J0 o'clock.
TIIE 1IEAUTS OF THE LOWLY.
IFrnin the New York Sun
One day, three or four weeks ago, n gamin,
who seemed to have no friends in the world,
was run over by a vehicle on Madison ave
nue, and fatally injured. After he had lrecn
in the hospital for a week, a lioy abiiit his
own siz."'. ami looking as friendless and for
lorn, called to Bsk about him an"l leave an
orange. He seemed much embarrassed and
would answer no questions. After
that he came daily, always
bringing something, if noth
ing more than an apple. Last week, when
the nurse told bun that Ihilv had no chance
to get well, the Strang"1 lsiy waited longer
than usual, and finally asked if he could gi
in. He had been invited in many times
before but had always refused. Hill, pah
and emaciated, opened his eyes in wonder
at the s:gl't ol Die Ixiy, and belore he real
ized who it was. the stranger bent close to
his face and soblied ;
"Hilly, can ye forgive a feller.' We was
alius lighting und I was alius too much for
ye: but I'm sorry! Fore ye die won't ye.
tell me ye haven't any grudges agin me;"
The young lad, then almost in the shadow
of d"uth. reached up his thin, white anus,
clasped them around the other's, neck, and
"Don't cry, Pxib: don't feel bad. I was
ugly and mean, and I was heaving a stone
at ye when the wagon hit me. If ve'll for
give me, I'll forgive you, ami I'll pray for
Loth ot ns.
P.ob was half an hour late the morning
Hilly died. When the nnitf took him tn
see the shrouded corpse, he kissed the pale
face tenderly and gasped :
''D-did he say anything about-about
'He spoke almut you just before he died:
asked if you were here," replied th!' nurse.
"And may I go to the funeral .'"
And he did. He was the only iimui'iier.
His heart was the only one that ached.
No tears wep' shed by otlie.tt. and they
left him sitting by tiie new-made grave, w iih
heart so big that he could not speak.
If under the crust of vice and ignorance
there an' such springs of pure feeling and
true nobility, who shall grow weary of do
A Nkw Dkpviiti isk. -The atlciition of
I the public is culled to the fact that Daniel
j Hartnuiii has just received the largest and
I and tinest assortment of pocket Knives iver
j brought to this city, consisting of goods
from the well known manufacturers of Jo
seph Uodgcrs and George Westeliliollll.
New York Knife Company, and the Cele
brated I'm ket-Knife niiinufaclui-er'd by
Jonathen Crook"', Shelliehl. known to be
the best cutlery in the world: the first ever
introduced into this city and for sal" only
by Iliirtniiui. A tine line of the celebrated
Bengali Itaors manufactured by Tiionuis
lb ('minimi. Everyone warranted. All the
above goods guaranteed to give .Mlbl'iiction
or money refunded: al.o, can be found in
his stock a large anrtni"iit ol' the cheaper
grades of cut'ery. Hock bottom price will
be given o'l ell the nbove goo"!., ( all and
examine if Vol' w i.ll to see "oniethillg tine
Hid goo'l tit Daniel I lanni'in's Crockery
Move. A very handsome line of Fbhing
; Tackle on hand at low rales.
J U.niM'OI.KMAYS I.Al MdtY.
I Mi., Lellie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Comniertial aveinp's and take
thi method of Informing her old friends
and pillions llmt she is again at their ser
vices, und nolh its their palronage, She
has j-educid prices to suit the limes,
Cam, and seo that Bengali Kaor nt II Hit
mtin'a rnnki'iy store. ,
, t THE PIJESS OF LONDON".
"- Tim Saturday Uovlew. 1 r
, The press in London is becoming 11 yji
iirafe ami very extraordinary institution,
quite unlike any other existing in the world.
No press, strictly speaking, bus grown up
in this vast capital, but five or six journals,
controlled and for the most part guided by
mi excessively limited nuiiila-r 'of persons
certainly not a scorer-have obtained an im
equuletl development. For their purjioses
they have unlimited nieaus; they spend
them very freely, ami they protect themselves
effectually from dangerous competition.
They are. as far as regards foreign politic-,
the public opinion of London. Their agVnfs
in foreign capitals arc almost as well known
us the ministers of smaller States und for
certain purpose and in certain crisi s
are much more iiiijxiftunce. Govern
ments, embassies, leaders of lmrties
study them, make use of them, and we an
afraid, very often deceive them: and the re
ports they send home are studied occasion
ally with passionate interest by a whole
. ja-ople. They do not, it is title', quite con
trol opinion. Headers wait to see whether
n-sponsbile parliamentary lenders w ill con
firm their statement, w deny them nstn
tirely or partially inaccurate. They exer
cise however, a Hwcrful initiative in form
ing public opinion; they always catch the
public ear Hist, ami if they are incapublo,
or fanatic, or dishonest, they can do an in
finity of mischief, more especially when
they happen to differ with the government
as to the importance of an incident. Then
they raised the suspicion that government
is yieh ling, and create an angry condition
of opinion, which renders it most difficult,
sometime almost impossible, for govern
ment 10 act ireeiy.
A LITEHAHY DUCHESS-
Clerkenwell is now the especfal alssle of
London clock-makers and workinor jewelers '
of meteorological and mathematical instru
ments. Jewelers' work which is intrusted
to West End jewelers is gent-rally sent here
to be executed. But in the 'utter part of
the sixteenth century, when, as We may see
by Hulph Aggas' map it was still almost in
the country, a great nunilier of the nobili
ty resided here. Aylesbury street commem
orates the house of the Earls of Avlesburv.
Berkeley street that of the Earls Berkely.
Various streets and squares are Conipton,
Northampton. Porcival, Spencer. Wvnate
and Ashby from the different names and
titles ot the Northampton taimly. New
castle place occupies the site of the great
house ot llliain Cavendish, Duke t;
Newcastle, who was lined three-quarters
of 11 million by Cromwell; and his wit'-.
.Margaret Lucas, the would-be learned lady,
who published ten folio volumes which m--liody
ever read, nnd who, when an old wo
man, always had 11 footman to sleep in her
dressing-room, and called out "John!"
whenever a fugitive thought struck her in
the middle of the night, and bade him get
up, light a candle and commit it to piqier
at once. This is the lady of whom Pepys
wrote: "April 2'!, 1(107. Met my lady
Newcastle with her coaches and footmen,
all in velvet: herself, whom I never saw ln
fore, as I have heard her often described,
for all tin: tow n talk is now adays of her ex
travagance, with her velvet caps her hair
about her ears many black patches liecait.e
of pinqiles alsmt her mouth, naked necked
without anything about it, and a black just
OU11 $7,000 SHED AT TIIE PAWS EX
POSITION. The descriptions given by several Paris
corressindents of New York" journals, leave
no doubt that the building which represents
the wealth, dignity and power of the United
States of America at the French exposition
is nothing less than a disgrace to the coun
try and a shameful contrast to its surround
ings. The French government, if.
is said. expressed a wish that
each nation contributing to the 'ex
position should build in its own style
nnd our style is already the wonder of Eu
rope. It consists of a central structure 01
two stories .55 feet in width, crowned by a
tower and flanked by two w ings, each one
stniy high nnd 15 feet wide. Wood is the
only material lis si and the ornamentation
consists of a thin coat of streaky paint.
The Herald correspondent compares it to a
corner grocery in Kentucky, or, a xiiia!il
gin-mill on the "plains." The
Tribune correspondent declares that
"a number of large dry good,
hoxit placed , symmetrically side by
side with oicnings in the middle of each
and one row atop of the other in the mid
dle, would produce very much the same ef
fect 011 the mind of thu Ix-holdcr." The
total cost of this magnificent affair is
$7.oon. Belgium spent $150,000 on hers
nnd the Swedish nnd Norwegian depart
ments, immediately adjoining 'ours, are w
much superior in external appearance ainl
Htting up us to provoke remarks the revert
FEEDING THE DEAD.
A large number of Chinese ten or
twelve wagon-loads went out to the cits
cemetery yesterday tu feed the spirits wf
their dead, taking with them a quantity of
runs! pork and such other articles as a wel:
regulated spirit of the Chinese persuasion is
expected to relish. The food was placed
upon the gravi s and over each grave was
poured a bottle of whiskey spirit to spirit.
A number ot tramps stood among the spec-
tutors, nnd seemed much grieved at tin1
waste nl Hie Ibinl. I hey made up their
minds to get even by veurillg tiie fhod nf
ler the Chinamen hitil left, but the latter
have by experience grown smart, and when
they hud given the spirits, a reasonable
length of time to secure a square met they
loaded up their victuals and bnnight them
hack to tow n.
IT sccllls to hiiy.. List been iHseoVei-i-d u t.v
an elderly maiden lady is not the right kind
of a hnly to put in charge nf a post office.
The posi office department hn. recently
bet n compelled to seek tile resignalioll of
the pot 1 mist rets of a small town in Pennsyl
vania, In, an." the pott mist rets, who is'u;i
elderly maiden lady, has t'elt it her duty tn
open letters addressed to the young ladies
and genllemeii of the m lghlKirlimnl. to find
news which she couldn't get In the local
papers. Hereafter she will have to look
through keyholes, or something of that sort,
In order to get any happiness nut of thU
dreary and ixaetiny world.