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V5 4 i v Tllli COUNTY I'Al'l'Ji. O -VMI J Oil. I'ulill.htra. 0BE0.1N, ( 1 t mc: EDWARD L. HART, "Real Estate and Insurance Agent, It Alt'. AND, MO. Collections vlncctt In my hands win receive tirompt atUntlnn. Alio havo for sale ft vbolce lot of 1 mm m il fi'rtn br -pcrty. DR. A. G YOUNG, . DRUGGIST 1'ILYSICIAN. i'uitur.4, mo. Vrotipt alien' Ion given t" c.ill. Prescrlp- tIonri-fil v rnmtmU'iilp'l. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FOUkST 01TV, MO. "Will priict'ce l'i nil courts In Sort! w ft M's- inurl. I'rointit nit-ill II Clvm tn collectm t. C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JIOL'M) CIT1, MO. Will rruc' loo In all tlio court In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real istatc and Kllirti"n lim'nc's. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cm. MO. WIH practice In all the Courts ot northwest Missouri. J. T. TIIATCIIER.M.D. list OltEOON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north of J. A. Keeves' (Mors; lonncrly residence ol Levi urcn. L.R. KNOWLESi ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MO. Wni practice In all Courts. Real Ettato busi ness ami Collections promptly attendtd to. . F. OTALLON. LEIGH IRVINE. O'lAI.I.O.t & lltVIMI, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW, OUr.GON, MISSOURI. Wm practice In nil courts of Missouri. Collections, ami all mauncrof lcg.il business wilt rwi-li-is nur nromnt attention. Ulllce nnrin kiuo oi uourt iiousc, over HuTue's Drug Store. T. C. DUNG AN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. WIU nraetlco In all Courts of Missouri. Kan- us, I o ii and Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Uollccllous promptly attended to. H.TEBBS ALKIRE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. WfTl nracticc In all the Courts of MlesaTiI. Real Estate and CoUectlon buslnss promptly attended to. Offlce over Schulte Bros. Store. & BANK, FOREST CITY, c - - - MISSOURI. mRAN8AOTB a cencral banktue business. X Bella czchango on tho chief cities of tho UnlU-d States and Europe. Allows Interest on depoxlts when left a rpecltlcd tlms. 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The adrerilacr hiving been pertnaii, ntlyi uml of tialiiread iii'Jn', coiisumptioii, by a sim ple leucdy la a xio..a lo inaku ktoun tn his levo ' uir ra uiu niu.iiiB ui euro '111 all whn de Iro IN he will 6ui d eupyoi me p'esepptl in used, (frcoof clinrgu), ubh il.ru timis fur pre. paring nnd ti lug ihr fame, wnlch ihrv wllliind iro CU.tE iur CUvlilld, COI.Di, :us. suni iiui, ii-nn.i., uuu.iin i lo, ,V . Fdrtitxi ug tliu 1'ienr ptlon, wi, ii. afo ddroii Itair. K A. WlLaoJl, ll 1M,' St., cKHUKO Ur TUUlH, A(JK!J l'l.h.l VM wm, euff, red iiiryrur from fwn NnuvoU' DmuuTr, Pukuitui,); De- t, aim nn tmt-uj.Miii juu iiiuiiiMiiteietlon, will f ir tli iiko nf .uffcliiK Mmiiintj, fvuA itoo ti allbjn;ul it, tiiu ml u ami iilrec tlou fur nukli g t'to sliup.o rdimOy Ii, which he waaourul. Hiilljrera H'l lilug lo piotl lu tho dvcrtlmi'i rxpjr e p, eau du so by m d is.u" JVM U. OUDEN, 4? Ccd4rEt, New yWc. 1 WEEKLY REVIEW. Ucncrnl Sewn Kummnry. It requires on an avdrag 100 ncrcs ol land ns a ranee for ten licul ol cattlo In the stock raising portion of Texas. Tlio boiler in n saw uilll near Corn Ing, Ohio, exploded, March 23th, killing one man nnil fatally Injuring four others, Tho Rtcnni low boat "Etna" exploded Its toilers In the Great Kanawha, March 15th, Oifo man killed and several wouuded. The steamer burned. Two men woro suftlcnted by pas In n welt, at Fergus Falls, Minn., March 14th. one of them descended lo ass (t tlio other, but shared bis fate. Iloth leave families. W. It. (Slndoll, a freight conductor on the 11. & M. railroad, fell Ittwccn the cars while tunning near Lincoln, Neb., March 2 lth, and was truslicl ti death. Ho, was from Falnc villi. Wis. Forty casus of nnttll-pox woro ro lifted In Cincinnati, March 25th, and five deatht the largest numlier yet rtported. In Chlcaco the same djy there wcro four deaths reported. A boiler in a shoo .'actory In Lynn, Mass., ex lodcd on themonilne o' March 15th, leveling the bnlMlur ard killing several men. Anntiono the boiler, wclthlngaton, was thrown a quarter of a mile. A wholosalo discharge of passenger ond Irc'Eht coaduc'ors on tto Union Pacfli rallrcal b'gan March 15. A dispatch sajs thtrc Is reason to bel'cve that a many as one hmidrol and s'xty will be dlim'.stcJ. Twonty-throo houses wcro burned near Northampton, England, March 21st, and one hundred persons rend' rod homeless. On tho same day a fire occurred at Emod, Hungary, which resulted In tho deslructlod of 850 bouses and tho loss of nine lives, Fires aro reported March 28th as fol lows: Tho town of Grundy, "Va., almost en tlrele destroyed. The paper mill of Richards ifc Co., Gardiner, Maine, burned loss. f. 0,000; Insurance, 33,00O. The business portion of Hurcsborougb, 111., burned loss, 12,000, Reports from nearly ovory seclion of Illinois represent the irop prospects unusu. ally flittering. Winter wheat looks well, and plowing Is well advanced. In some parts ot Southern Illinois It Is feared tho fruit crop may fall. Farmers report stock 10 to 20 per cent better In condition than at tic tame time last year, Tho cyclouo in tho South, of March 27th, pnted near I.onchap ka, Alabama, doing great damase and killing two men. In llardour county, same state, It blew down tlio hou6 of It. J. Richardson, killing him: V. Redding wno also klllid near Cuthbcrt, Georgia, and two wo- mou at Brown's Station. Many housis wcro demolished, Henry Wadsworth Longfollow, tho p ct, died at bis home In tnt suburbs oi uoston, at .1 o'clock on tho afternoon of March 2-ttli. Ho was born at Portland, Maine, Feb. 27, 1S07; entered Bowdln College, at fourteen, and grud uatej In 1925 In a class which Included N&, thanlel Hawthorne, Ge rgo B. Chcever, John 8. C. Abbott, and several others a'terward known In lltcratutc. Tho managors of tho National Tom perance Society ur?o tho House of reproscnU tlvcs to concur In tho 8cnate hill providing for a commlstlon ot Inqulr. con crnlnc the alcohol ic 1 quor traOle and i pposo tho passage ot he Senate bill which proposes to uco for an exdu slvely educational lund tho internal revenue taxes on th manufact ro and inlo ot distilled spirits, as seeking lo promoto iiopular educa tlon by unrig .teous means. Tho followinir fires woro reported March 24th: At Traverse City, Mich., several stores and tho Arcade Hotel loss, $19,C00. In Cleveland, Ohio, a whtlcsaleat d retail grocery and other property tttal loss over (213,000, At Mc Arthur, Obl, a square In to business p rtlonot tho t' wn loss, 1200,000. In New Yoik, the I'rotcstant Episcopal Church of tho Incirnatlon.d'jmaged to the amount of 150, COO. At Clifton Hill, Mo., all ot tho business pirt of the towi cxicpt one store lo:s, f30, 000. A special from Monroe. Louisiana. March Satli says: A vlolett hurrlcano B'ipt over this place last evening. At McQulre place slxcabli'S and a portion of a gbi house were bluwt down. (In the Copper plantation all the houses, Including tho dwelling, werodestroyed. J. W. Scarborough lost a gin house and two cabins. On the Ludcllng place, two cabins wcro clown to a'omt. On tho Oliver plantn tlon all tho h use wcro destroyed. Tho Cai penter plantation lost the gin houses anl two cabins. Loss (35,000. An old colored woma on tho Lutellng place, was blown away. Her to y has n.t yet been found. Several negroes aro reacted killed. A St. Paul special says, that reports received m r ori. A-einaDoine, .Montana, by a courli r from C:t. Jacob Cllno as the 18th In fantry, tn coram nd of tne column operatlnn aga'ngst t'o half half br'eds and ndlans on Milk rln r, soys he struck the Ind'aus on the 14th In t a half mllo bul w Mcdlc'ne Lndce where there wero 15 or 21 lolges of Little Pine's baud. On tho 15th by forced marc ea ho reached the Or t half breed vlllago and a ha f hour U era detachment of cavalry had do- stroyciUO or VO dffelllng'. The lea eis had Hot nnd tho half- reeds wcro badly demo al Izsl anl are i olng north. Tho cavalry have liecn sent to thu lower vlllazo and this move- mvnt will doeo tho hat -breed cimpalgn un less tho Indiana agile show themsclrcsnn the n-rth si lo of tho river, when Cunt. K Ine w II drive them baekovorlho ll-o. Crime anil CVIiiiIiiiiIh. uco, lu. Lnno, hanker nnd cou-ty treasurer, at Ex er, N. II., Is a defaulter to th ammir.t ol 15,000. Gov. Blackburn, ot Konltioky, has granted a respite of CO days ti Neal a-d Ellis, unterscnteneo of death for tho murder of the Gibs n family. A few days ago six negro convicts escaped from a wor. log gangon tho Texas & Pacltle railroad, killing ono gnard. OfTlcerr camo upon them In camps. Two wero klllid ana the rest captured. Ou tho morning of March 28th at In. dlanapills, Ind., Gicen Burnett fatally shot Robt rl Aleiander whllo rtturninn from a danm. Both of ihe partita are c lored, and the difficul ty occurred abou a colored woman. xvows nom lailvllln says that J, C, Early, an attomev d well Lnown local Doll tlclan, ou tho evening of March 2Stb, shot and miieu a poiKemm naninownn nd lu a quar rel over tLo cos- In a replevin suit. An at tempt at lynching was prevented. Edward Stoohor. a suloon keeper In Chicago, March i'k'th, shot and Vllhd a voudb cxpn ssraaa named William Mltchu I, In tlie sa loon of tho former, Htrcher clulins that ho Wll ilri.n.llntw lit. m.Ii kiv tin, Iia Mitchell say that rustier forced oi,iitml and ibot without ptovocillo.i. Johi J, Kil'al'n, for eighteen jwri clirk e( the Bgar4 of EtlucaWon In Nt w Yer Ollt, till lHll'0 llnpiUjlll'lhoili l.I.Hii-llill I In Ban Frst clico, killed hirwlfo in the laitu city on the night of Match'Sf b by cutting auu stabbing her. Jealousy la stlppoied to havi been the cause of Le act. " ' " Tho following executions took plac- March 24th J 'At Angelica, N. Y., John C. Mc Carthy, hanged for the murder ot I'atrkk Mar- key. At Mlddlebwg, Pa., Jotatlnn Maya hanged for participating In the murJir ot John andGrctehcn Knculiler, Dec. lllh. At Rock Inland, HI., Wm. Hcilwagon, hinged for the murder of his daughter-in-law, Dora Hellwag on. on the n'chtofthe&th if Sectember. Hi wo convicted n circumstantial cvldcucc,Hid pei slated In asserting his tLnoccoce, stating thai his own son hid (ought to fasten the crime up-' n him. At Hartlslurg, l'n., Fmnkand Henry Ruhibcrger, for the murder of Daniel Tr utuian, Nov. 10th. At l'lttsburg, l'a., Edgar Frauk Small, for tto murder of Nicholas Jaeoby, IVcAVn l-'i-um Alii-vml. KKGLAN'D. A London dispatch of March 2Slh London dispatch"" of March ays: The night t ollcc force move around t tic - ... docks to the number of six hundrc '. It Is be- evcd the Fenians Intend to blow up the tunnel to North Woolwich, which passes under tho docks. Lord Krtklne Is dead. ltusaiA. A St. 1'otorsburg dispatch says tho w 111 of the people declares nactlon nry hq holy league decided even to uso assassination in co.u'jattlng the Nihtlls s. Tho chief ot the Ni hilist exocutlve committee, who wasiouncct- ed with tho cjnstractloa of a mine at L'.ttlo Garden s.rcet, has been arrested. I Tho French Sonato by a voto of 179 to 103, hs a'outed tho primary c ucatln bill, a .passed by the Cham er of Deputies. 1KBLAK1). Tho Dublin poltco havo dlscovorcd documents showing that t' o man recently foiuid shot had been condemned a an Inform. r by the Fenians. OEIUtANY. Tho shadow of a great Europoan war Is having Its effe t upon German cmlgratlo 1 he Llyo l steamship comp nylnthe next four months, from Marc 1 1, t Juno 50, will send out from 11 rem e J to New Yotk and Baltl ore no less than 07 steamers, t amclj : Eighteen lu March, sev utccu In April, and slxUcu each In May and June. This Is mora than one largo sh p every two day. 3uppO'lng t at each ship contained CC0 ttecragcpassii,gcrs, and tho i umbo In four months from cne German port will be 40,000. It s stated that the passage money for much ot the larger o tlrn ot these In ending emigrants has bcoa tent over to them. Concerning tho Crows W. T. Humilton, an old trapper of tho Yellowstone country, contributes tho fol lowing vlows to The Iluzumun Courier on tho Crow question: Tho Big Horn river was formerly, tbo western bound ary lino of tho Crow hunting grounds. Twonty yoars ago Fort Union, opposite tho mouth of tho Yollowstono river, wt-s tnTTlr trading post, Aftorwards Sarplo abandoned tho posts on tho Yellowstone, In regard to tho "friondllnoss" of tho Crows. lean provo of thoir killing nino whlto mon and stealing hundreds of mules and horses. You, as well as all old citizens of Itozoman, know that in 18C8-9, if it had not been for Capt. La Molo and thoforco undorbls command, the settlers of Gallatin valley would havo ht.d troublo with tho Crow Indians, Tho land subsidy was granted to tho Northorn Pacific railroad company in 1864, and tho Crow treaty was nut made until 18G8. It was concluded at Fort Laram c Gons. Auger, Shorman and others roprosentlng tho government, and Perry Chlon and John Renshaw, representing tho Indians. It wus stated to tho government commissioners that no portion of tho present lands O:dod to tho Crows was occupied by whlto mon, or minors. If that portion of Montuna Territory had boon fairly ana truthful represented to tho commissioners ut Liramio, ntlthor Boulder, Still water, or any other portion of that mountain' ou country wo-t, would havo been cod- od to tho Crow Indians. In regard to tho Crows being desperate lighters and a general terror, I will admit that, should thoy break out in opon hostility they will kill a fow whito mon and steal a fuw hoists, but I will vouch that, in sldo of twonty days nftor a doclaiatlon of war, very fow Crows would bo left In Montana, Tho Crows to, a man, ha to every whito man in Montana, myself notoxcuptcd. Tho oroara tf Montana is tho Crow reservation, and it would lo only justlou to tho citizens of tlio eastern portion of tho territory to havo it thrown open for soitlemi'nt. Large Families. From Demorest'a Monthly for Apill. It is not so common in theso modern days to havo as many children in a family as in tho oldun thn e; but ou casionally ono hoars of largo famllios coiiiiug fiom ono pair Hiram Blein ot lliukory Town. Montgomury county PonnsylvnuK,. is tho father of twonty two daughters and two sons. Thu daughters aro all marriod, and only two of thorn aro not mothers. Not long binco tho twouiy-four children ami all tlio grandchildren mado up a surprlgo pirty and paid old Mr. Bloin, who is 79 years of ago, a visit. Tho ocoasion was an extraordinary ono, and tho visit mast havo boon ft pleasant ono for tho pttrlaich. Of ci.u-e, in polygamous countries, tho number of oh 1 Irjn fitmlllos is larger than whoio mono iram v obtains. Some Mormon families include a meat runny ohildron. When tho Turkish Empire was in its prime, a hundred, children, tho oflsprlnir of o io father, was not uncommon. Thorn is what may bo called a oommunlbtlo bido to iwlyguniy which Is not .usually taken into aecount. It is only tlio i ich who can afford to Indulgo In p'ural marrlago. and tho wiyeH and ohildron naturally eat upU ro atcF. Tho rich polygamic ot ono geuoiatlon is gener ally followod by tho poor Boldier or ar tisan of the succeeding generation. An aristooratlo class docendiug from fath or to son ami supported by groat po msions Is Impossible in any polygamous community whoio all tho ohiiitrou m htritthe wealth if tio father. i.-'.- aiMAuAftwaM, ri..nfi. i,. WASMNUtUN. ianrntrj ef Conforms u.iul rrecccdlBss SKNATE. - fn WABniKCTOX.'M.reli Tho President pro' tern, of the Senate submitted a letltlon from thodor-ilTemi larsof Illinois fer an amendment to the Ct nUltuttaai to prohibit the manufacture and sale ot alchVfe Kvcrases throughout the national domain. A bill was Intttdurvd for the admission In W the Union nf.Hie Territory ot Washington. Morgan callid;p his concur rent resolution iieelarlnc for a reciprocity treatv with Mexleo., Mafaonc, from the committee on oerlroltBre,'' ro orted favora bly on a bill to establish a bureau of animal In dustiy and toprevefit Irjo.'exnortatldn of ills red cattlo and tn spread of contagious dis eases amonir domestic animals. The tariff commission bill then came "up, and Mr. Gar land mado a speech favorlne the reference of tho tarlflfanbject to members of Congress ra her than to experts apHlntcd liy the Presidents. The WH 'we'1 over. D iwe", from the spproprla tlon'commtttee, reported on the Indian appro priation bill with sundry amendments. Ad journed. " ' ' Itt nou8K.Tr rj, The debate on the Chinese bill wn resumed. Tluulelialn contlmi'-il fn some time; find was closcil liy,I'4gN. The i merdinent tifterrd by Mr. Kson, reducing the t'C ! d of sit'pcnslnii to ten eit, was n-Jectetl bvjeas, 1(0, nndnnys t.11. Butte swortb's amendment, limiting ti.e t nn of suspifMsliir tn fifteen years was bUo iosu Ainrga nunioo- m Bint'iinineuia wire vo ed on, bur all lost. Tho bill then poised jcas, 107; nays 65. AdJ.mrncd. SENATE. WosinxoTOjr, March Ut. Kidlogg Ii troduc cd a hill appropriating (5,000.000 nr the lm provtm titott e Mlselslwil and Missouri liv er'. 'Ihololiitresol tt for tho ilntinc ot the Blaine memorial address passed, and the tariff commission dlseuslon was resumed MIller'of.New .York, Morgan an Slnrman ma espeeches. Williams Intro ure a bill to IncorDorato the Cherokee Central Ral road nnd TeleeraDh Comoanv. It' nuthorlzea the con struction oiaTauroaii ami tcieurapn -rom rort Snake, Ark., to Port Gibson, Cherokee Natlot;, an t tbfueo'oapolnt'near wheru Uio Verdigris river crosses the line between Kansas and In dian Territory. The bill creatbg two new lan I districts tn Nebraska pasted. house Robinson, ot New York, called nttentlon to tho fact that tho resolution re'atlve to the Im prisonment of Anvrlcau citizens In Great Brit ain had not vet tuen acted upon by the commit tee, and said that If snmcthli.g is n t done, and ur mlnlsUr has notdimnndcd his ass ort. he would move bis Impeachment. Wila n.amim- uer i tne committee, statcii mat tne resolution dm nv.i yet "cen aetcti upon net a iso the com mittee desired to Obtain all the necessary Infor mation. Rotilna n replied that would make his uestlon of Impeachment unneci sssrvr A bill was re-orbd anpr prating (O,rG3,0O0 for the Improvement of thu Mls-lsslppt river. The Housowent Into cotnitilt'ce of the whole on the private calendar. At thecvcnlngs- sslonfortho conslderaton of pension tills, thirty-seven bills pastcu. Aujounieu. SENATE. Wasiiixoton, March 27. Vest moved to re commit thu lirrlt. ry hill fo- tbe odmls'on of lUkita. After dlrcu-stoii the tnot'nu irevalied. The bill granting pensions t tho w Mows ot Gar neiu, lyicr anu i-oik uhs pasfiu. The tHrlll eouuntsslou bill cominc up, van Wjcl; and An thony advocated a commission nf Col gressuien The AgrUulturat bill with ami-nd'iieiitR was ro ported ujck. mu amer.timrnts vh.inge the ItO'ise items as rollnws: Allowance fsrixrir- Iments In snear manufucturr, reilnird from ;iu,wo to iu,uu; pruTisiou oi ?.'!,( OU I l invtsugaiiiig ine nanus nr imdju-j-y in sects, reduced to (W.OOO: appi ovulation of (75.0OJ for colitctlnir nerlcultuml statistics, Increased to (fO.OOO Call's' res luilon (kclitrtne that uood faith re- qulrea the taimeut with Interest of claims losses anil ilamaget under the treaty with Spain lu 1618 for the cession of Florida was taken up, when Call and Jonts of Florida, sooke at lcnetb advouttlnir the same. Ad journed. DOUSE. Caswell leoortcd back tho cost, fllce bill tn the committee ot the wli.le. Petitions were re ented .asking the passage,. I tLe towell lankmiitcv bill. A bill w.,s Introdhccd bv Haskell In relation to the fees of rae lkal ex pertaattbe Gulteau trial, all wing not over (25 a day f r expenCB. The House bill Intro duced by Phel a to establlnh a Department or Industry, the Secrctar) thereof to be a member ot tbo Cihlnct, provides for bureaus of agriculture, fishing, mtuiNg.manufactures, com mercial, statistics und ed cation a coin Is sloncr for each, to bo apimlntei by the Prt-sl-dtnt wit tho ronsent of tho 8enatu. Harris Introduced a lll.provMlnir for an at Blstantfor the Secreturv of thu Nnv . Mc. Cook Introduce i a bill to restore and tlx the Ini-pcctw-Mcneral's Depart mi nt o the Army. Several bills rcla lrir to tlio District of Colu ' tiia passed. Too inn incorporate h0arlleld Memorial II spltal was ennstdcred. Bayue In tro uctd a J In resolution requesting the I'reMileutto a-eateu and pceum mir ttattnn of an additional treaty between thu United State and Ore it Britain provld ng 'or tlio ex- imiiiiou ut uguive criminals, cnarged or con victed, who aio not extraddablu uudur the ex Utlug treaty. Adjourned. SUNATK. Wasiiisotox. March 28. A resolution to ro tiro Cnteuiten as Brl -dler General w.is repor te ' adversely. Tbecomni tUeon en Ions re porttd a bill providing that fro ItB nissA o Hllroldlir. ud ea lors who, sine Jul III, ISB0, who have beon psnaloned r roted ut (5'J pi-r mouth for total and permanen (1st biltv re quiring reuular per nnil Htteudau uof another person, shill iecelveT2 per month, a d shall bo pi d the diuVrcuee between eald sums mouth) from tbe date- o such penslor.ca or rating to tne tlmo f the paesjiro ot thn bill' All ton introduced (a the requca of Louaii who was absent) auttiorizini llllnnla to prose cte suits agali at the United Statu lu the Supreme Court lu nn acton for the recovery of any ont-y nr lands which miy be duo r owing by tbe United S'.a e totheSUteou ac count oi the dlspo-al of swamp and over flowed land of III nols. T o tariff commission bill was adopted. Al lson moved to amend the bill so as to exclude tbe luU-rra revenue system from Investigation lost ' The hlllfloally passed wlthovt amendmeut yeas, 33juays, 15. T e bill provides for a commis sion of nine members, to be ttDpolnted by the Presldentand continued by the Senate, who are to receive 110 psr d y when actually em ployed, and payment of aft necessary expenses, Inc dlug tralellng expenses, they nie to In vest cale till 'ho various questions relating t aiulcuk ral, nmmtrclal. mercantile, maim iiictuilnr. mlnlugand Indus rial Interests o ine United Btatis so faraj the same u,n Imih-c ( nary to thu establUhment ot a Judicious tur .11 orrevlslou of the exUtingtaritt, and tho ex isting systc'ii of 1 terual revt-uuu laws upon the scale oi luatlee to all Interests, uml to report to Congress from time to time, and to make a tlnal report not later than t ,e llrst Monday In Jtmuarj, ls;3. Adjourned. HOUSB. The House went Into a Committee of tho Whole on tho railft Cora i Ifstou bill, una K is-ou spoke. Ho udrocated the passago of th peuding proposl ton, and spoo lu favor ol a protection lunlf. Kubshii uiut.Crl bIu hud it c lloquyunfreotrtdo and proieellou, Inter r pteJ uy Kelly, (P ,) KretliighUfeu an 1 Tres coit suhmliu-d ':orrt-Bi nileuco. The Secretary ot War Informed tbo Houso that 60,0u0 inorti ratioua wt-ro needed for sufferers from thu floods. Adjourned. SENATE. Wasui.no.toh, March 29. Cockrell offered a rcsoluiluu illrectliiK Ihu Set reiary of Slate to Inquire rega ding United State citizens Im prisoned lii Ireiau '. Peudletuu roporied favur ably hU cltll service bill. The PreaidcutUl euunt bill was laid us do and the Itidum ud prourla Inn bill taktn up. lu the committee of the whole, the comma, eo amemlin.-nts, with' one or wo cx.eptl. n, ou which the voles were reserved, were ugrtvd to. After some d sjut b on tho commit. eu rusi, and the senate ad journed. HOUSE. Tho SenaUt ami dmcui to tbo House bill griming a pe el. n l( (&,0o0 a )tar to LucretuR Gartlell wan conc-ined lu. Tiiu ainendiiient li eludes the liuies of Sarah (J, PjiKituU JiilmiJ. Tyl r. Lum reported ImiK the I) II for ti o eou.truo'loii nf a sulp ciual a roi-s M'cbigaii. l'i u Hou,e went uiu com inlt.'eu i.lD he wU"!u ou the urfit O uml tdun 111 a.dca'lali-rj-umel hlsu.g mcin, claim In that i louvlhi! taull was uoi. t u cjao of lu reasi In toe mltv ut labor. Krrett luvtroi the pe uatni In 1 did tie c iminlttjc io;p. llut, t"v .nh rennrtul tut It t"f unity uprr p latiuu b 1'. Flshi r f i oio tho om n t oe uu olna r, weignt. auu int'ttiUics, reiitt'd tho folhiwln)( i Auy uwiierct gold bu ilou or told tola m."y u oatt tbosuiuo at uny mint tu Or f rim.il l ui A .iu ,.a Ki.T Mr 1. ... . , l.A ...u..t M U UI UBI. iui u.a LKJll jhimi ug uniuii how, V.-r, to ref - e any d- poa'l. a JoaruuJ. The habit of ui-euuiiog ood quali ties In others is a kori of difl'usiblo liix; -plnois. 8mDname udrt lr..iu(.rKin Go. ftilljilnl alm fa., tvrctivkbjvkuee 0,d St Goes toAho WMtt f olkT'Cfiatc'nT ' Tito opening of tho llsblng soason hay kept Old SI out on tho banks' otho Yol-low-'rlvor sonio time. Iio was nround Saturday night, howoVor. ' ! 'spbsa dat I'll sco yer down tor Mao? erdony churoh to'morrorobcnlnJP" said ono Drills friends to him. " "Notincrhurrvvorvon'tt rscwlno tor fling roy hook into doietroomblghor up horcarter, I want lor- gib out rito now!" 'Higher upP I don't kno'.as Iondor- Stan's." "Well, I moans lor say dnt l'so gwino tcr do whlto fo.ks1 churoh, to-inorror,J nn1 strain for'erd fum dts on nowycr hoahsmol" "Whnt'BdatforP" - - "l'so gwluo dnr on tha strodf ob my Mlgiotts prlnscrplcs. I want yer tor kno', kno l'so llrctl ob ills hero 'spcrlmrntln' wld do subjlck ob salffshun'." "Whar'a do dlfl'iunco, till mo datP' "Wnll dar's sunt tllfTrunco to bo sho'j but hit nln't gwlno tcu'stutb mo. I'm givlno up dar whnr I uso t tcr drivo uio marstor and nil'sns. l'so gwlno tor 'posit deso bones rlto down In dosarnn olo sent obor do amen corner whnr I used tor j l'so gwlno ter kneel down dnr an' pray Jubs llko In do olo times. Olo marstor ami missus nln't gwlno ter bo down in do pow whnr my olo eyes' 11 fust res' 'kaso doy Is gone do l.ord bross . ... . v . . .... 'omi uoye eono tcr hio ouer siuo' long ago. Do samo good olo prcaohcr won't bo dar at do desk no dor, 'kaso l'so hcorddat ho, too, hcz bin called homo up darl Dcm. boys master's boys ono ob dem was klll'd in do fights, jou kno1 an1 da odder, he ticken'tl an' perish'd In do hospital doy won't bo dar notJdoy'll bo mlss'in', too." "Do whlto folks dar won't want yer In do chu'eh you 11 boa stranger dar." "Stop rlto dar, boy! Dar'll bo botio On1 dnr .dat I'll' kno'l Do samo olo Bl- blo'll bo on do desk; do samo trufo from do great Maislcr'll bo dar, nn' bo red o it; do samo songs'll bo sung by do good pcoplo, an' do samo sporret ob grnco'll till up (lis olo nigger's heart I Don t mako no illfTrunco dat I ain't bin dard r Moben jmirt dou't mako no dlfTrunco dat l'so blaok l'so gwlno to bo at hoa o lu ilu wliito lokis' chu'rh. I uln' 'sputin' wid no man's 'llglon now, but I io pinein' nn pantln' to git back dar, whar I kno's do Lord comos, an' whar Ho'foun' mo 'mong do mo'n'ersl" And tbo old man kept his word Sun day morhlnir. igjpt; Di-mo-e t'a Monthly for April. Tho Egyptian Imbroglio Is llkoly to ba a serious one. That country wa recently put under tho control of tho representatives of tho Eogllsh and Franch bond-holders. Theso poopo cared nothing for Egypt or its prosper ity, and ns thoy ropresontod a wholly iriesponsiblo nnd exceedingly rapacious class of monoy lenders, t-cy proceeded to mako all tho money thoy could out of tho unhappy inhabitants of tho land of tlio Mlo. Tho taxes wero diverted to tho payment of tho intenst on tho bonds, and what was life was divided among tho relatives and dependonta of tho leading capitalists who reprosout tho bonded interest of Groat Britain nnd France. Every appointment which lnvo'.vod a salary was given to young trench and hoirllsh understrannors. and tbiir compensation increased in uvory caso inordinately. Young fol lows who would bo glad to mako n boar living ns clerks In their own country wcro saddled upon tho unfot tunnta Egyptians nnd given princely Incomes. Tnero is no govornment so mean, so rapacious, ob that of tho money-lenders, and this class had full swing in tho lund of tho Pharaohs. Of course tho wrath of tho people of Egypt, especially of tho loading classes, was unbounded, and was manifested in every way, but as tho bond-holdors had tho governments of Groat llritain and Franco behind thi in, no hood was paid to tho rightodus indlgnttton of the cruelly plundcrcu E-Hinis. It Is dilll cult to forcsno how this will ufl ond. Tho f at'o of Eypt Is bound up with tho puzzling Eastoru qui stion. Asia Minor, Syria, and llie land of tho Pharaohs aro deetinod to bo tho Fceno of mars mighty 'conflicts 'between Russia on ono nido nhd England ant. Franco on tho ouicr. iuiglify commercial Sntcfcsts nro at stake. It Is vital to Uio Wen1 powers thnt tho Suez caiinl, Eypt; tnuruuloto India shotill lto in hands ; but, tho moasurt loss grecj mu uuituerp win imp mo entnws Kngland flnd lnnco by makirj pcoplo of E.'ypt their octivo ono:: Children ofteii mako original applica tions of bcripturo toxts or trite pr orbs. A llttloglrl fourjoarold, d toi of tho rector of a church Inn )gl boring oily, had ton cents give! hor to spend. Sho mndo somo foollsulpur ohaso which was in pieces before sfiu roaohod homo. Her father had a long talk with hor, nod In thooourso ot It quoted: "A fool and Lis money n e soon parted," improving ihu lessor by evory means ho possoasod, Sonio Sun (lujs after; In Sunday ichool, tho pinto being passou, sho had to think lor a tost to say, ns Is the custom on making tho contributions. Finally dropping her monoy hit) tho plalo, sho rouitod tri umphantly: "A fool and his monoy are soou psrtud " j Our umru.a mu u u n.oi'o' niimer oits than our dangors, an'dvne 'sutler muoh moro in apprehouRion than In teallty. llublluul Cuktlveueait Is the bano oi tituili every .ti.irieau woman. Kvcry woman owes It to herself mid to her faiutly to umi that celebrated iiiedleluu, KtdHey Wort. it. la thoture reiiudy for cuiiStipuiluii, au.i for all dUirdera ot Uiu iliineys uuu liver. Try It now, elUie dry or liquid. Aiuw uid lourur. iiixr It It Itven jroro.KxpensIro Than Sweet, BrooklynEaile. ' , lto9-0t if churoh fair, hnd ho had rjorarj therd at th'o special requost of "cousin," 'wIid was at tho uoait of his tho flower-tnule;!, Ho oponed th door bash fully, nnd 'stood, hat in hand, look I dp; M tho brilliant scono boforo him, heri a young lady rushed tip nnd grabbing him by tho nrru, said: "t yoii must, you will, nko a chanco in otir cuko. Conio right' over hero. This way!" r Blushing to tha rooti of.hls hair, ho "Stftronifrcd out that "ReMly ho dldnH havo tho pleasure of knowing " "0 that's nil right," said tho young lady, "You'll know mo hcttor boforo you lcavo. I'm ono of tho mnnngoH, you know. Conio! Tiio cako will all bo taken if you dont hurry, nnd Sho aU most dragged him over to Ono of tho mlddlo tablos. "Thcro now only fifty conts it r,llco, and you may got n real gold ring. You had bettor tako threo or four slices. It will increnso your phnnni'S you know." "l ou'rd ycry good," ho Btammcrcd. "But I'm not foi d of cako that Is, I haven't any uso for tho ring I " ', All, that will bo over so nice," said tho young lady, "for now If jou get tho ring you can glvo It back, and Wo'll put It in nnoihor cako," "Y-o-c-s," said tho young man, with n sickly smilo. "To bo suro, but ' "O, there Isn't any but about It,'' said tho young lady, smiling sweetly. "Yon know you promised I" "Proml-cdP" "WoH, no, not exactly that; but you will tako just ono slico," and sho look ed hor wholo soul into his oyes." t'Woil, I suppose " "To bo suro. Tnoro is your cako," and sho slipped a great slico into his dolicatoly gloved hands, as ho hnnded hor a 81. "O, that is too nlco," added tho joung lndy, as sho plastered an other ploco of cako on top of tho ono sho had just given him. "I know you would tuko at.'oast two chances," and his $1 b 11 disappeared across tho tabh1, Then sho called to it companion: "O, Miss Darking, horo Is n gentloiuan wlio wisho to hnvo his fortuno told." "O, doos ho? Send him ovor," nn- aered Miss Larklns, "I beg your, pardon, but I'm afraid you aro mlstaten. I don t roraomber saying anything about " "O, but you will said tho first young lady tugging at tho youth's arm. "It's for tho good of tho camo, and you won't refuso," and pneo moro tho beautiful oyes looked soulfully Into his. "Hoio wb are. Now toko nn envolopo. Opon it. lhero! You aro going to bs mar ried in a year. Isn't that jolly P. Sev enty- five cpnts ploaso." This tlmo the youth was careful to hand out tho exact obango. "O, I should just llko to havo my for tuno toiu. way if" satu tlio young lady. "Of ooutso you may, my dear," said Miss Larklns handing out ono of hor envelopes. "O1 dour you aro going to bo married thls'yoar too. Sovontj-tivo cents more please,'' nnd tho poor youth o'iojo down with nnothor dollar nolo. "No ohnngo horo jou know, ' nddod Miss Lurking putting tho groobnok ,in herpockot. "O. come, let's try our wolght," said tho first young lady, onco moro tugging at tho bashful youth's coat sloovo, unit lioforo ho kno-v where ho was ho found himself standing on tho p.atform on tho Bcnle. "Ono hundred and thirty-two," said tho jouog'lady. "O, I should llko to bo a gr at heavy man llko you," nnu sho Jumped on t'-io scales llko a bird, "Ono hundred and eighteen. Woll, that Is light. Ono dollar, ploaso." What 1" said tho j outh, "ono dollar! Isn't that pretty fiteep? I moan I" "O, but you know," said tho young lady, "It la for charity;" and another dollar' was nddov to tho treasury of tko fair. 'I think I'll havo to go. I havo an ongngoment at ' O, but you must buy mo a boquet for taking you ah around;" said the young lady. "Eight ovor hero," and thoy woro soon in front of tho flowor tablp. "Hero is just what I want," and the young lady picked up a baskot of rosts and violets. "Sjvou dollars, pleas.0." 0, Jack, Is that youP" cried tho poor youth's "cousin" from l.oliiud tho llowur-countor, "anil buylngflowers for Miss Gigolo, too. O, I tlmll bo terribly jouloubuuloisyoiibuy moabaskot, too," and sho plckod up an elaborate affair. "l'tvulvo dollars, ploase, Jack,,' and tho youth pet down tbo moiiuy, looking confused and tuueu as though he dldd't know whother to mako a bolt for thu door, or tdvo up all hopo and settle down in despair. "You'll excuse mo, ladles," ho atam raored, "but I must go; I havo " "Here, lot mo pin this in your button hole," intorrnptod hfs "cousin.!' "Fifty cents, plcftBO," aiKlllioutliuyuUili broke, away, and mado it stralgiJino' for the door. )rlttrf "Woll, It I ever visit another, may I be bo ill" ho t-Juoulated in. ho counted ovor his cash to soo it ho had tho car-faro lo tlio h mo. rrr. f- A young id an who bent his girl a ten ttoihtr vuiuntino has been givoulhe mit ten. Sho told ilru, tho mxt jlino ho 'called, that her tlathor said, ami she agreod with Jiliu, that a jou jig man wno would squander ten doUars out of hlssmull weekly salary for a valontlue must have u solt spot in his cranium, nud needed a guardian muou worso t lum a wito. Ho didn't ttay long after that. KWL 110 RECIPES To ;lnYOYsTans. First drain tho liquor frdmH'jjm. Thon dip thorn in lbur with tsvery llttlo mllkmldodj thou dip thorn into ft woll beaten egg. Roll tbom out woll inlo cracker dust or bread crumb. Thon brown thorn In clorlflod.fattho propor heat ot which will bo known by tho bluo smoko whloh risos from It whon nt tho right point. CkbakOp BAnr.F.v Sour. A tencup fulofbarloy woll wnshod. thrco nlnlii ol chlokon etook, cn onion nnd a small U'eco of maco and cinnamon. Cook sjoyVly togothor flvo hours: thon rub through n volvo, and ndd ono and a half pints of boiling croarn or milk. If milk, add also two tnblospooofuls- of tonltor. Salt and poppontolnslo; Tho yolks of fourogg?; beaten with1 four 'toaspoon- iuis oi mine anu cookod a mluulo In tho boiling milk or croam. makes Uio soun very much rlchor. Conn Sour. Ono pint of canned corn, ono quart of milk, ono pint of hot ,wator,.ono heaping toaspoonful of flour, ono slico of onion, tWo tablespoonfuli of butter, salt nnd poppor, to tasto.Cook tho corn in tho water ihlrty mjnutes. Lot tho milk aud chopped onions como to a boll. Havo tho Hour and butter mixed together and ndd a Uvr tablo spoonfu s of ofith,e,bolllng milk. When smooth stir In tho rest ol tho milk nnd. cook eight minutes. Tnkoont tho onion and ndd tho corn, Sanson to taste. Appmj MKitiNorjE. Paro and core Hvo or six aplea and put thorn in a shallow puddlbg dl-h. .Mix ono salt spoon of cinnamon with ono-half a cap of Dugar, nnd fill tho cores. Put n bit of butter ovor each opplo ondrono or two tahlospoonfuls of water Iq Iho tllsh. Bako U'ltll tho applus aro soft,, Make a frosting with tho wbitss of th'reo oggs, ono pup of powdorad sur, and tho julco of half a lemon. Lot it brown slightly In tho oven, and t orvo, it, hot or cold, with sugar and orenm. Potato Eoos, Two cupj of mashed potatoes - cold or-hot two oup-i of cold ha"i minced very line, tw.. cgg3 bonten lightly, ono tabhspoonful 'of moltod buttor, two tablospoonfttis of cream, ono cup of gravy, and poppor and salt. Work up tho croam andbutter, tho soa soi lng nud bcatcn.ogts.,,,B,iat.tiplIght lv; thon put lu tho hiunj Flour your hands and ninko, up into, - egg-shaped balls, roll In flour and fry In good hot lard. Turn thom carefully and pour ovor somo hot gravy. They are very good. In so many waye can potatoo bo used that a, book might bo.mado up V of reolpes on tho nubjoot. OrtANau CusTAitDs. Soak two cup of stalo broad in a pint of cold milk; whon it is soft boat it smooth, add the prated rind and juice of tbreo oranges, tho yolks of three raw -gu8; nnd sugar sufllolontto mako tho mixture palatable. Tho quantity, will, of courso, dopend upon tho flavor of tho oranges, nave ready six buttered cup9 sot in a dripping pan half full ol hot wator; thon boat tho whites of threo eggs to a s'lff roth, mix thom lightly with tho othor ingre dients, put tho mixture into cups, nnil bako tho oustarda'about twenty minutes innhotoven. Thoy will bo dono as soon hs tho'egg Is firni. I To Boir. Okios There Is a creat deal of prejudice ngaliut this most wholesomo of i ll vego ables. Take two quarts of; onions, peel them care fully; wash nnd put lu two quarts of cold water; und whon It has boiled lip twico, ol nngo the water und replaoo with tho samo qunntlty of boiling wat er; fidd two tablcspoonf uls of salt, and boll again until tho onions tiro lender; tho lcnglh of tlino onbns require to cook depends upon tlio condi tion of tlio, onion; If in.Rurunioi, when freoh thoy tako from mn half to threo foutths ot nn hour; Iriwlntor, from one to ono and a hnlt hours'; when boiling is flnlshod, putin a colnndor, and al low to drain thonnighlt ; for tho snuco "tako a tsaspoonful of flour; a toaspoon ful of buttor, and mix thom thoroughly, beating thom to a cream; a saltspoon of salt, half of whlto pepper, n p nt of milk, and one half pint of water; boll tho milk and wator, pour, it ovor the buttor anil flourjs and thon cook tlio sa'uco on a slow lire; put tho onions Into the sauco, and neat thoroughly. And Now n Navy From DemortutM Moutuly for April. It is about settled that tho United States is to build' a defonslvo navy, This Is tiotnlcslguod to light tho iron clad Hoots of otbor nations, but to cap ture tho steamships and sailing vossolg of tho enemy. The United. 8tatos to'-' day is absolutely without a navy;' Its ships arc worthless for offeraMVtf or dtP fenslyo purposes. Olio 'foreign iron clad would bo more i ban' a matoh for all tho old wooden tubs wh'ioh float the An crican flag. It Is ufoposod to build 4 now vessohupf atapl capable of running from 15 td"Pa krrets nn lmi.r ti,. A 1 . " .iiuig are to be, armed by ono or two onorw oits uu'np... Tho. object is to fliht thn pnem nt a proa't d slam'o, wli t out of tuiijiouoii vi un cannon uniis. Con grpsg ought also to provide floating bat teries for our pi inoipal I ar; jors. Tor peJoee hayl3.n.iver ytt it ippod a rtso luto tnamy frimin eilog a toiport. Wo havoip largo guns ami our harbor defenses are as much behind tho ago as ourwarsh'ps. Potentially tlio United States is thereatest military and naynl powtr on earth. Should however a war tako place within tho next two years, Now York &"d our principal so, ports will bo easily an I promptly cap. tured by tho enemy, ns wo have neither guns nor ships nor any dofons s to boat off au attacking force, But It is well to know that wo havo at leat bBgun tha creation of a nary. I 73?'