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OF THE AGE. 1863 I FIFTEEN YEARS , 1878 ' Since ttie Introduction of Allen's Lung Balsam. The Lung Balsam j equally efficacious to young or old. The Lung Balsam Will cure Colds, Cough, Asthma and Bronchitis, ' The . Lung Balsam,: ; If token in time, will prevent and oure Oonsump. The Lung" Balsam , b given to Children, for Croup, with wonderful . . success. . The Lung Balsam 1 ? ill1-" ,i Contain no Opium in any form; ii pleasant to the taste. . ' The Lung Balsam .,' Ii indorsed by the Press and the People. Publio i Speakers arid Ministers speak -i . in its favor. ; ; The Lung Balsam Should be nsed at the first manifestation of a cold or couch, and we will uuarnntee a oure if used faithfully, ao 7 .. ' i cordis to directions. . The . Lung (Balsam b sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers. J, N, HABKIS & CO., Props., CIMCIMJTATI, O. VEGETINE. REPORTS from OHIO. Sprinqfield, Omo, Feb. 28, 1877. , MR. H. It Stevens: I have sold tho VK3ETINB for several years, and from personal knowledge of my customers who have bought It, I do cheerfully recommend it for the complaints for Which it is recominontled. Respectfully, J. J. BROWN, Druesist and Apothecary. Kidney Complaints. Akiion, Omo, Jan. 23, 1877. DB. H. R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.: Dear Sir My wife has usod your VEOKTTNK for Kid key Complaint and Gkneiiai, Dimlitt, and has found great relief from It, so much so that she likes to keep It on hand as a benefloial tonlo. THQMAS H. GOODWIN, West Market street I am personally acquainted with Trios. H. Goodwin, Esq., who is an old and liishlj -rrapecunl citizen of Akron. Yours, resuectully, A. M. AltMSTRONG, Druggist. Kidney Complaints. Cincinnati, Ohio, March 17, 1877. Mb. H. B. Stevens : Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from Kidnet Complaint, and after tho use of a few bottles of TEQB. TINE I find myself entirely cured. I gained 16 pounds in flesh while taking the VEGETINE. I will cheerfully recommend it Tours truly, W. T. ABCHEB. No. 830 West Sixth street VEGETINE. Kidney Complaints. Cincinnati, Ohio, March 10, 1877. H. R. Stevens : Dear Sir I have used your VEGETINE for some time, and can truthfully say it has been a great benefit to me, and to those suffering from diseases of the KID nets I cheerfully recommend It Respectfully, O. II. SMITH. Attested to by K. B. Ashneld, Druggist, cor. Eighth and Central avenues. VEGETINE. Kidney Complaints. Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, etc, are always un pleasant and at times they become the most distressing and dangerous diseases that can affect the human sys tem. Most diseases of the Kidneys 'rise from Impurities In the Moid, causing humors w hich settle ou these parts VEGETINE excels sny known remedy in the whole world for cleansing sod purifying the blood, thereby causing a healthy action to all the organs of the body. mmtm TREPARED BT H. K. STEVENS, Boston, Mass. Vcgetine is Sold by All Druggists. SEEDS. Sample of Choice Seeds fcr S-ornt tZf Mixed Cards, with name.Txtpald.lOe. OVASFMIantatlOe. 8 &Uthl)rfcUtcbsM.ril. i ft Wlwaxl Ctrl. Willi mama, la earn 1 Se.:! foM, Sue As-ms' auts. lus. baaasa Tarmct. Brlavoi, Cs. 4 ft TaTtTed Cards, Snows' ske. Damask, -, t will saasw Mil umIijl J.Miaaisr kOa.NaasM.iL 9 C raahionable Cards, do alike, with name. 43 los. 1 1 rt .n ataLKM)s.oo.iii ni 25. Card. S strlea. 10c, or Chrnrao fSaBWfJai B. 25 Tmnrr Card. Snowflake. Dam ask. etc, wot 10a ii ii cava .' a. l s. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. .'..,. , ,- t f, . n , In the Senate, on the 19tb, the mended Pension bill, restoring to tin pension rolls the names of all person now aurtlvlug, heretofore pensioned on ooouiit of service in the war of 1813 or any of the Indian wars, whoso names wore stricken there from on no count uf disloyalty, etc, whs pu.M,' 47 to 8. In tho House, Mr. HuitIh, Oliuirman of he Election Committee, culled up the electlou cuo of Acklln vs. Diuiell, from the Fourth. Louisiana District, the juajorlty report boinu; iu fuvor of Aokliii, the contestant, and tiio minority being in fuvor of Dirndl, tho itltttnK member. A long dis cussion filmed, led off by Mr. ilulo.lii reply to a xpoecli mnilu by Mr. Gibson on the previous Thursday. In the ooursq of his ui'Kiununt Mr. llulo said tlmt there Was no lcul ground for tho prosecution of Ander son of tlin Iiuturninpt lloiird, mid tlmt there wits a profound Impression tlmt tho pro ceeding in lxmlslaun had its root, its min spring, Its source elsewhere; that there were ninny ybo believed that that whole per forbiHtiee had been' dictated ami driven for ward tov restless mm, who aid tfittlnesu ever to admit tlmt the President's fill lied been settled, and that the President M Vie United States was learning to-clny the lcnson of mis 'lllifol.oialdouf'i i,ft.enisiiilAiuJ aly, portrayed the stuaeot' affairs lir laaifciina during Into, years, when, no guilty imm hud Deeti PiiafcUeOl and when no nonust man felt hla life sceure from lawlessness, but Minco the 1 Kioliolls ' Government bad beuu inauguratud no man, whuthvr poor1 or rich, who committed a crime: bad escnpod fiunisllment. HO aenlea tliat the lteturnlng olitd'teniaf hf'eoUtea On )0lUical grosindjl Reverting to tlto ohitrgus olai compuot beo tween the authorities of ' -Loulimm anel) the fvucrali uovernment, iiue aomemr. not onlv fort lie Nlcholls Uovurnmont, not okily for htsrf rtends ,mrit fof the; realdent and his Cubtiia.Hie'iiM.noibHiilley of suqli a crime. Jilr. (jlurtlold also nmcle a speech of some, lciijftUj which lie u'tTalgned the Loiilsinnn authorities 'for" their' prosoentlon of theltuturning Board. , In the Senate, on the 20th', Sedaitdr Hock roll submitted a resolution instructing the, Commissioner of Agriculture to furnish t3 the Senate such Information and facts as may bo in his possession relative to the disease pt liogs, commonly caueu nog cnoiera, wiin such sucirestibns as he may deem pertinent. Agreed to. . After the expiration of the morning botir, consideration was resumed of the bill to regulate the compensation' ot postmasters una tor otnor purposes, ana Sonator Hamlin submitted an amendment us an additional section, providing 'that the President and Vico-Proslclent of tho Unttofl States, Senators, Itonresentatlves and Dele arntes in Congress. Secretary of the Senator and Clork of the , House of Reproseatn! tives, may eenu anu receive, iree, tnrougn the mulls, all written and. printed communications not exceeding two ounces in weight. After a brief discussion as to, tuft propriety of restoring tne iranmng privilege, the amendment was agreed to yeas S3, nuys 21. The bill was then rend a third time and passed. Tho vote in detail upon Senator Hamlin's amendment was as follows: 1'eovi Messrs. Allison, Beck, Burnslde, But ler. Cameron (Pa.). Chaffee, Cnristiancy, Conkling, Conover, Bavis, (W. Vs.), Dorsoy, Kdmunds, Giirland, Urover, Ilamllil, Harris, Howe. Hour. Ingalls. Johnson, Jones (Flu.), Kirkwood, Lamur, McDonald, Muttbows, MorT gnn, l'uddock, Ransom, Saunders, Spencer, Teller, Windom, Withers iW. Xiayt Messrs. Jianey, unyura, nooiii, uam- eron, (Wis.), uocKrell, uoKe, uavis,. iui., Eaton. Eustis. Ferrv.l McureeiY, McMillan, Merrimon, Morrill, Oglcsby, Plumb, Sargent, Snulsbiiry, Voorbees, Wadleigb, Wallace 21. Senator Patterson, who would liave voted for the amendment, was paired with 8enator Aimstroinr. who wouia nave votea nguinsc it In the House, the contested election case of Acklln vs. Darrull, from the fourth Louisiana District, was taken up, and the majority resolution, deolaring the former elected, was adopted without division, after tlio minority resolution in favor of Durrnll hud linen relucted. 116 to 13. Acklln men ap peared before the bar of the House and was sworn in, taking the iron-clad oath. In the Senate, on the 21st, a number of bills were introduced and referred, after which an executive session was held and the Senate adjourned till Monday In the TTnnsB Mr. Knott, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, reported a bill dividing Missouri into two judicial districts. Passed. Mr.Butler, from the same committee, reported a bill au thorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to pay Texas the balance remaining of the fund anDroDriated for the payment oi oreaitors oi the late Republioof Texas. Referred to Com mittee of the Whole. Also, the bill to relieve certain legal disabilities of women. It pro vides that when a woman shall have been a member of tho bar of tho highest Court in any Stute or Territory, sue snail, on applica tion, be admitted to practice before the Unitod States Supreme Court. Passed yeas n;i nnva 87. Mr. Lanham from the same committee, reported a bill exempting from seizure on executions or attachments issued by any United States Court the same proper ty which shall be exempted from levy and sale under tho laws of the State in which the defendant shull reside. Passed. At the ex piration of the morning hour, Mr. Bland inovea to proceeu wuii me uuohicob uu Speaker's table, and it was so ordered. The Silver bill having been reached, Mr. Springer raised the point of order that the bill must goto ine uonimmee oi ine t mmi, turn u. debate upon that point took place. The Speaker flnully overruled the point of order, and Mr. Cox, of New York, appealed from tim ileeision of the Chair. The anneal was laid on the table by a vote of 22 to 25. Mr. Hewitt, 01 New lorK, moveu io my me uui and amendments on the table. The motion whs rejected vcaa 72, nays 2U4. The main question was then ordered and the Silver bill was nasscd as it came from the Senate. Ad journed till Monduy. ,. , In the Senate, on the 25th, the Vice-President gave notice of his intended absence for several days.on account of illness, and ask edthat a President pro tem.be designated Mr. Booth, from tho Committee on Public Lands, reported, with an amendment, the Senate bill to declare certain lands granted in aid of the construction of the Pucilic Railroad, by act of July 1st, 18(12. and July 2, ISM, subject to taxa tion. Placed on tho calendar. Mr. Plumb in trodnced a bill supplemental to several acts relative) the Union Pacltic Railroad anil its brunches; also, an amendment to the Mili tary Appropriation bill ; also, a resolution of inquiry in regnrd to aid extended by the Union Pacific Railroad to other roads, eto. Ordered primed. Senator Voorhees cnlled up tho resolution submitted by him on the 14ti, providing for an inquiry in relation to the Issue of certain bonds by several railroad companies of contingent grants of lands to Indiuns of Indian Territory- Tl, amend ment of Senator Dorsey, submitted on the 18th, directing an inquij-y to be made also as to the money expended by the several tribes of tbt Indian Territory in support of tne del egates to Washington, etc., was accepted by Senator Voorhees, and the resolution, as amended, was agreed to. It was ordered that an investigation be made by the lom- mittee on Territories In the House, a number of bills in reference to tiie currency were Introduced and referred. Mr. Blair Intiwmced a bill au thorizing the Southern Pacilic Railroad to extend its line eastwardly to El Paso. Mr. j Scale. Chairman of the Committ-on Indi an A fairs, reported a bill to tra.ni.fpr the In dian Bureau from the Interior Department to the War Department. Kofcrrwl to the Committee of the hole. Mr. Goode. Chairman of the Committee o Education and Lalwr. reported a bill apply- I ing the proceeds of the public laa.ls to the, support of tree schools. Recommitted. Mr. Hartridge ottered a reolnton, directing UN Judiciary Committee to Investigate the com ditto of the Government interests ! i connection with the proposed ..rHnttir of toe mortgage of tbe kaasaii Pacific Railroad Company, nu "j i wrong doing on tliejart of the Directors oj,( tw cm Public BoiMiwir an GrowS, report- , the eomptnT. Mr. ruirr, - ZL'LTJi ;r.M i. .h, roT.trctton of certain rlrWV rrint am recommit!. 1 r SoDAJJiiCuiT.r-l fluart of lour, i pint ot thick buttotmil l tablespoon ful of lard, i teaspoonful of soda, and the same oftalt." . i "' " Sago Pcddino-4 pint. of milk',' "3 pint-of 1 tablospooqiuls of sago, TVinp of butter1,' 1 cup of sugar, 4 egga; fto6ik the tago in the milk, let it come tola boil, add tho butter,, sugar 'and eggs. Flavor with vanilla. Eat with cream. ! -. Sallt Lumn.--:8 teacupfuls of Jight dough from hop-yeasta ' teaspoopfula of melted lauter, 1 cup'of sugar, 3 voJl beaten eggs, 1 ; teaspoonfnl of soda, a pinch of salt, and flour jto make stiff .erjouffh to knead, well : set away to ripe, Anryifhen light make out rolling in place lid the aani jofiyf. fell with soft tmtter, aiid' lay another; on Jop j wbejf light, bake and serve, at :, pnee. For' a family of three one-third of .Uitfrecipe is ufflcteiii.T r- - V- 'rs5- 1U r Potato riE.--Toel and -boil 6 good' Wijpd potatoes; when'fitiiWSrJft 'drain r .i i.i : i i i . f sua mnsa lurougii a uuiauuer; aiiri v cream 4 poatid of butter and I of s aaaMitr potatoes ana beateri yelks bf i eggs; beat'thb mixture ntitil very light; Haver with one grated nutmeg ft wiue-glassfulCoL'ibrandy,-: 'add one of wine ; stir in the ,' whites of the. eggs, having' wtlpperj themto atiaftabotklinei the jtfffjffil&Pl 0$ if? and ake it ery'ttaVjt fill jhem With bjti'.iidrbal(e.iitii tho Wps axe rd'aiwk;!iwrve'coa' ., i ' k -Corn PoNE.Havo a pretty hot oven ; put"antb 'a . bread-pan a pan in,'whil4l, y'dll' bake loaves of wheat bread a lump .oi butteri' kbout the sie bf a large hen's egg f put, Jt; on thd stoe-hearth, beside an empty bread-fan both of which are intended -for the -pones ; jlet' it remain there until you are Teady for them ; then turn.tue jan in wmcn ine metieu oscter !is so that it' will be Well greae'd with it ; then pour it into the other pan and do likewise:; then pour : it into,, the batter i which must be ready to go. into, the pans. It takes about 2 pints of milk to make 2 pones, 2 well .beaten eggs, a heaping teaspoonf ul of soda,' dissolved in 1 cupful of sour milk or cream, pear ly one-half of the milk should be sour buttermilk is nicest the remainder, sweet.' Do riot forget the salt J . Turkey HASH.-rrCut up the remains of a turkey into small dice, with a very little of the dressing ; put the gravy you have left in a sauce-pan with the bones and pieces you do not use in the hash, adding, if necessary, a little boiling wa ter, together with sweet marjoram, nut meg, grated lemon peel, salt and pep per, and mushroom! Catsup, to taste; let it stew siowiy i nour, tnen strain it, put in the turkey, and let it simmer i hour, or just long enough for the turkey to get well heated through; serve1 on three- cornered bits of toast buttered ; just around the edge of the dish, and if you like you may'sift bread-crumbs over the top and some small pieces of better and brown it in ' the oven or: with a heated salamander. ' 11 '. T- ... " ' Myths Are But Symbol of Truth. As the scholar sees in the vain but beautiful mythologies of the ancients the embodied ex pressions of the hungry human sou), blindly groping after , the lnlhilte, so tho-physician sees in that popular myth of the sixteenth century the fountain of perpetual health and youth an expression of the longiuga of suf fering humanity for a remedy that should for ever prevent the incursion of disease. The wilds of Europe were ransacked for this won derful fountain, and Ponce de Leon eouglitfor it in the cypress-swumps and tauglttd ever glades of our sunny Florida. Mcn have searched for it everywhere and anywhere but where it really is in the human body itself. The blood 4s the renl fountain of perpetual health and youth. - When this source is cor rupted, the painful and sorrow-producing ef fects are visilile in many shapes. ' The multi farious form in which it manifests itself would form subjects upon which 1 might write volumes. But as all the varied, forms of dis ease which depend upon bad blood arc cured, or best treated, by such medicines us take up from this 11 uid and excrete from the system the noxious elements, it is not of practical im portance that 1 should describe each. For in stance, medical authors describe about fifty va rieties of skin disease, but as tliey all require for their cure very similar treitmeiit, it is of no practical utility to know just w hat name to onnlv to a certain form of skin disease, so you know how best to cure it. Then agaiu, 1 might go on and describe various kinds ot scroluiuus sores, fever sores, white swelling, enlsrged glands, and ulcers of varying appearance; might describe how virulent puisou may show itself in various forms of eruptions, ulcers, sore throat, bony tumors, etc ; but as all these Various-appearing manucMauons oi uau uiouu are cured by a uniform means, I deem such course unnecessary. 1 norouguiy cieanse uie blood, which is the great fountaiu of life, and good digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital sirengio, ana wuuuhch ui wii.uiuwuu, will all return to us. For this purpow Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Purga tive Pellets are pre-eminently Uie article needed. They are warranted to cure tetter, aalt-rbenm, scald-bead, St. Anthony's lira, rose rash or erysipelas, ring-worms, pimples, blotches, spots, eruptions, pustules, boils, car buncle, sore eyes, rough skin, scurf, scrofo- loassorea and swelling. lever aorea, white swellings, tumors, old sore or swellings, af fections of the skin, throat and bones, and Ulcere oi Um liver, stomach, kidneys and lungs. Moeae, ret H . There's no Dlace like It. cpedallr if the breakfast-bimuu or bread and the tea-rolls or nrufiini are nice, licbt sod en jo able. Alwava use Dooi.it Tea.t rowura; in tne pmuoe tinn of thrte articles, and. ottwr tbinir beinc equal, home will always be swett and happy. BotkMra. stanbera, Mcthera. Dans fall So proem Man. 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Urn only lands roaai Inur- ami imlti n i rnt ThiHH Are ye sals on thl una ttfam mu? iiui noin. thm woamS IIiiih, vat. Bend fur'lHB Niw "PiuMiiH," Uu. best naiwr for those swMngnsw homes ever pulillshea. ruilliitorm- tand Aaestt V. f. It. ItOina jiai. Web. il or Sore Throat,' Bequlres Inimedlatw nttentloo, M Deflect ofteatlmes resnlta in some tneuranle tans disease, BROWN'S RONCHIAI, TROCHE are simple remedy, and Win almost In variably aire Immediate relief. ' SOLD BT Alia OBXXUTS mad deatsrt ElEL.FI FOR THE WEAK. revous am DEDIUTATED! il i:l I " ' The afflicted can nop be restored to perfect health and bodily energy, at home, without the use of medicine f any kind. ELECTRIC BELTS , , AND BANDH, s." . a ' pi For self application to. any part of the boly. . .,(,v,m every requirement, i' The most learned physicians and scientific men of Europe and this country indorse them. These noted tnratlve appllnneos have now stootl thu test fur upward at tlilrty years, nml are nrotcetid liy L.etteni-1'atnut In uil the prliiumal countdeaor tlie yorlU.I Tliey were Uecreea the only Award of Merit for Klectrls Appliances at tb Kreiit orlil'B KxhlbltloiiH . 1'ariH, Plilliululplilu, and elKewhere and have been rouud the must vuiuuuie, aain, simple, and efficient kuuwn trcutmcut fur thu cure of disease. . M READER, ARE YOU AFFLICTED ? And' wish to' reeorer' the-same dPRreo ol health, Htn-iiKth, anil energy as experienced in lornier yeurst Do any of the I'ullowiiiK svniptouut or class of syinptoniH moet your dWiiNcrt eondition T Aro you Ktifr. rlnii from ill-bt ultli In any of its ninny and inullltari ouh forms, coiiHemicnt uhii ii HtifcerliiK. nerv ouR,lmiiiiu or fuiiotloiml dlxearicT Ilo yon feel nervouH, liclillltatiil, fretful, timid, and lark theiowerof will and action t Are you subject to ls of memory, lmvospellRof fiilnl lnK,fullniHof blood in the hi-ad, feel llstleHa, rnopliiK, unlit for bimiiiorii or i)leafure, and aulij.x to llta of melancholy T Are your kid neys, stomach, or blood, In adlNordered con- , dltliiiiT Ilo, you Miller from rheumatliim, nenruiKla of ache und palnaT Have you been linilsereet in early yuiire and find your-au-ll hnnuwl with a multitude of gloomy symptoms? Are yon timid, nervous, and forc. l fill, and your mind continually dwell ing on thosuhjectT Have you loatconfldi-nce III yourwlf mid energy for business pursuiUiT' An; you aul()oi-t to any of the following aymp tonis: Iteatit-aa nighta, brok. il sleep, nrglit mure, dn-ams. nalplu.tlon of the heart, btwh f ui i.eKH, coul union of ldi-as,a version tosoclety, dlzzliK-wi In the head, dilnneasof sight, pim ple and uJotaiie on the race and back, and oilier despondent aymptomaf Thousand or young men, thu mldilfoHagrd, and even the old, aiifler from nervous and physical debil ity. Tliouaaii'la of females, too, are broken down In iiuulth and spirit from dlnordr-ra lrullar lo their sex, and who, from fulae modesty or n-glect prolong their suffering. Wliv, then, further neglect a subject mo pru duetiveof heiUtla and happiuess when then, la at baud a means of reaiuratlon T PULVERNACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BAUDS rare these Tart on dsamutecl condition, afVr II oi rarr nutans rail, and are oflv-r Uie mt ronviiirlng O-wtlmony direct from the a-Blcta-d Uvrnaelvea, who have been leatored lo ' HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY, afire dragging In wain (nr roontba and jraasra Heod now war DmrRirrlVK Pawphlct and Th tA.n-raic uoAarrftai.T. large llaj trata-d Journad, containing fall part leu and iwaoKaanois womn lalotaajina. CT5o--ar maaiad free. Addma, PULVERMACHEB fittVANIC CO Cor. tLgiii ui vis Siu, crcnrATi; a. f&T Avoid km tpfHanrts claiming tier trie maktie. W PamnMei explains horn ts iahtvjnisk the fen from tit rpttrums. K..B.L. raraiv wmmwm ro Amvmmrsnmmm, ' i . . . 7 'i ' . II I j a-k i, ' ". trisM ,. an Ylilirj ' j. lJU' 'H-tn nC3TITJJliV rOF;YpURWN. mmmmtmrt "drT .r,Tr,TY-.r',,rr-7rji , - i.i. ; !