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Tlie Art of Prologln(i Life.
People generally duslro long life and Rood health. Sleknuss and prematura deutb are al most always duo to violatloua of tho lawstliat govern eur physical being, and of which tba masses are Ignorant If men knew better they would do' bettor; but how can they avoid an evil thut thoy know not of 1 Ybilo efforts ro made through tne public sliools to give each child so-called common ErifilUh educa tion, yet the children are ncrmlltod to crow up aud enter upon the responsible duties of active life, protuuudly Ignorant of tho etruo ture of thoir own baJlua, anal tho lawa of phy (icol belne upon which their health and Uvea depowl. They are aent to school and crammed nil arithmetic, irriuniuar. and eeotrranliv. bv teachers who, In many Instances, have never ItuiUeu puysiuiu.'j- aim ntii'iiu. incy are toinrht to locate the mountaina and trace the rivers of foreign couutrles, but aro never taugnt to locate cuu vitui organs anu kiiiiius ox their owu uouics, ur truce me veins, arteries, and nerves. In their various ramifications. They are instructed In tho flow of the tides, and tho course of the ocean currents, and the philosophy of winds and storms; but they iiiiva no correct couooDtlon of the relative ef fects upon their health of breathing pure or impure air, nor has their attention ever been called to tho lmrtortmice of keeping their bodies clean anu tteaiiuv oy regular oaming. The criminality of such noglect In teaching becomes apparent when we consider that the masses, ignoroutly violating tho laws of health, brim: upon themselves slckuess, suffor- Inn and death, that might othorwise be avoid ed, in tuiB euiiuiuuii ui uuiub nq vruiuuiutj Into being any worn mat is caicuiaiea to im part to the masses a knowledo of tho struc ture of their own bodies, the laws f health, ml the linoortauce of observing thoso laws. We Hnd Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser to be just such a work. It is physio logical and pathological, and the major part ot it should bo couverted into a text-book for the use of common schools. Its carefnl study will enable the healthy to preserve thoir health, and the sickly to regain health. Every parent should read it, and as their children become of proper ago instruct them in the all-important (ruths It contains. Woro this done, much Buttering and premature death would bo pre vented, and many a youth saved from a life of shame and licentiousness. The book contains nearly one tnousaaa pages, is proiuseiy illus trated with colored plates and wood-engrav-w. and can be had bv addressing R. V. Pierce, M. D., World's Dispensary and Inva lid's Hotel, Kuuaio, a. i. rnce, post-paiu, .51.50. untied jiretnrm Ata journal. WiLnopr's Fever aud Ague Tonic. This medicine is used by construction companies for the benefitof theireinployes, whon engaged in malarial districts. The highest testimonials have been given by contractors and by the Presidents of some of tho leading railroads in the South and West. Whon men aro congre gated in large numbers In thoneiirubornood ol swamps and rivers, Wilhoft's Tonic will prove a valuable addition to tho stock of medicines, and will amply reward the company in the saving oi lime, laoor ana money. v o recom mend It tO all. WlIEELOCK, INLAY & CO., Proprietors, Now Orleans. Fob sale bt aix Diinooi3T3. Pahtiootabs regarding Electric Belts free. Address Pulvcrmocher Galvanic Co., Cincln.,0. VE6ETIQE Purifies tho Blood, Renovates and Invigorates the Whole System. ITS MEDICINAL PEOPEBTIES ABE Alterative, Tonic, Solvent, and Diuretic. VEQETTNE Is mads exclusively from (he Juices at carefully-solecUid barks, nuts, and herbs, and so strongly concentrated that It will effectually (rail lento from tho system ever? taint of Marortsla, Herofti oun UuMor, Tiwins Cancer, CnncfroM Humor, KrysipvliM, Maelt-lthesim. 'iiieu'r, niMUM at the tttoaaauih, and all diseases that arise trow Impure food. Saalatara, InthuumntMry and t'trsulr It heaaaAt bun, NeurtUftlu.Hont, and KyiHl Coaaplnlnta, can only be euectually cured through the blood. For Ulcers and Urupttve Mwmm of toe Skin, FnMln, itwidm. Blotelim, Jtotl", Tetter, HralilMoiwl, aud IUncrm, YEUKTltiB has never tailed to eltoct a perniauent cure. For PiiIm In the. Rack, Rletnejr Com plain, SriH.r, renin l Wraknwa, Ieu corrhora, arising from Internal ulceration, and uter lne disease and Vtvneral loUHt;, Vkoktktk acts directly upon the causes of them complaints. It Invig orates and strengthens the whole system, acts npon the secreUre organs, allnys luflamniattoo, cures ulceration, and regulates the bowels. For Cftfnrrtt, I;rieefi.t. HiabitTml Cofi Uvenpam, Palpitation evf the Heart, ITead ahe. Pile. NerrenKiM-fiH.nnd tVrtierAl Pros tration of tho BforvoaM Mywtem, no medicine has ever given such perfect satisfaction as the Vkok tins. It purifies tho blood, cleanses all of the organs, and possesses a controlling power over the nervous sys tem. The remarkable enres effected by Vwwrnnt have In duced many physicians and apothecaries whom we know to prescribe and use It hi their own families. In fact, Vbobttnh Is the best remedy yet discovered for the above diseases, and Is theoulyrcllahle ltXOUJf rtKI lieu yet placed before the public. VEGETINE. RnimwiTrw SonArVS PlURMAfTT. 11)24 lleach St. above Lmi miret, i'il. ) Philadelphia, i-euu., ne iz, 10 mn. n. n. htkvbns: Hear Sir Having dnrtnff the past Ave years sold year Vtmrrrsa. which has been praised by my customers hlehly for the various diseases requiring a Wood puri fier, and a I have heard very favorable reports of Its use. 1 cordially Indorse It as a good remedy, and believe It to be what you claim It Is, vis:, "The Ureal Ifloud Pit rltter" of the day. PBvnniNS Sir IT. VFflETrSK gives an eonal etrru lathn of the blood. All phrtlcUns will agree Uiat there Is scarcely a disease but that omild almt InstanUf be dUpied of If pure blood could bo circulated generous ly Uiiwurh the parts aitected. Nipw. Oils ts the wny In Which VKOCTINE pwf'inue lt wonderful cures. tO ET1NB Is etclusirHr a veguuUtle oianpiHinil, maastrua rouU, herbs, and baiks. VEGETEiJS. Kaaroar. H. R. 9 1 1. 1 ass. KsOvt .Sir I antd year TEfiKTIN for a rmnibT of rr ihq 1 Bua H dm fewrffvt natlfrtvi te my ens Vam. HKNKVwt.KTHl.MKK. DnwtMaBd ApoUMCaif. Sewporl, U. VTfiFTTNF wnw sm1lf hf oar b 1T rlsns to be the rty and tenBrtforalldlwW! 1 fi in iii-iie iiinl in' an-Tifum irf It -Uus Iwn VECETINE II. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mas. VcjetiPc is Sold by All DnigglsS. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Following Is the full text of the preamble anU resolution for the Investigation of the re sult of the late Presidential election In Flori da and Louisiana, Introduced In the nouse by M r. Pottor of New York : Whkiikas, The State of Maryland lias, by Its I.t'Klsluture, formally deulnred thut duo effect was not Riven to the Electoi ul vote cast by the State on the 6th tiny of December, 1876, by reusou of fraudulent returns in the Klvo toral votes from the States of Florida and LoutHtuna: and Whkkkas, An affidavit by Bnmuel D.HoLIn, Chnlrman of the Bourd of Ktate Canvassers of the state of Florida for the eleutlnn held I ...... L2 . . . .. 1 ' ......... 1 ... 1 .J-ll na,llA .lu. ill ,1UV Qinin 111 ,,U,QiUUVt. F, IVI VIW tlon of President und Vlou l'resldent, hus ueun niauo public, alleging, iiuse ami irnuau lent returns of the votes for such election in that State, whereby the choice of the peonlo of that State was annulled and reversed ; that the uurlon of the State Board of Canvassers in making such returns was Influenced by the conduct and promises of lion. Kdwurd F. N'oyes, now Minister to the Government of Franco, and Whkkkas, It is alleged that a conspiracy existed In Loulxinna, whereby the Hepubli can vote in all the precincts of the parish of Kust Feliciana and in some precincts of West Feliciana, at the general eleotlon In Novem ber, 1876, was purposely withheld from the f oils to afford a pretext for the exclusion by he Itoturnlng Hoard of that Stuto of the vote cant in these precincts for electors of President and Vice-President, and that James E. Anderson, Superintendent of Registration of Kast Fellclanu, and D. A. Weber, Supervisor of Kogtstratlon In the parish of West Feliciana, in that State, in furtherance of that conspiracy, falsoly pro tested thut the election In such precincts had not been Inir anu rree, ann Hint me ptate lie turning Bourd thereupon falsely and fraudu- and bv means thereof and of other fulse and fraudulent action of said Keturnlng Board, tho choice of the poople of that State was an nulled and reversed, and thut such action of snia weoer anu Anuerson was jnuuceu or encouraged by the assurances of lion. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States: and Whkkkas, The gravity of theso charges, tho nature of the evidence upon which they are reported to bo based, and the official dignity and position of tho persons named in connection with said frauds, make it proper thut the same should be inquired into, to the end that the nonor ot tne nation may oe vin dicated and the truth as to such elections made known. Resolved, That a committee, consisting of eleven members of the House, be appointed to inquire into the aforesaid allegations as to tne conduct 01 persons in onice aioresaiu. In rflsiinntof said election. and into the alleged false and fraudulent canvass and return of votes by State, county, parish and precinct onicers in sum states 01 umisinnu anu nor Ida. and into all the facts which, in the Judg ment of said committee, are connected with or pertinent thereto, and tunc saiu committee, for the purpose of executing this resolution, shall have power to send for persons and pa pers, to administer oaths and to take testi mony, and in their discretion to detail sub committees, witli like full authority of said committee in every particular, with power to sit in Florida and Louisiana; which sub committees shall be committees of this House, and the Chairmen thereof shall be authorized to administer oaths; thut said committee and sub-committees may employ stenographers and be attended each day by a deputy Sergeant-at-Arms, and may sit dur ing the session of ttiis House and during va cation, and thut said committee proceed In their inquiry, and huve leave to report at any time. In the Senate, on the 14th, the House amendments to tho Senate bill authorizing citizens of Colorado, Nevada and the Terri torios to fell and remove timber on public do main for mining and domestic purposes were conourrcd in and tho bill passed. The Post oflloo Appropriation bill having been consid ered in Committee of tho Whole was reported to the Senate, amendments made in commit tee were concurred in, and the bill passed. A communication was recotvod from James B. Ends, suggesting certain modifications In the nee authorizing the construction of jetties at the mouth of the Mississippi. Referred. Consideration was resumed of the bill to repeal the Specie Resumption act, ana SAnur.nr finke read a lonir argument ill favor of repeal. Senator Voorhees gnve notice that when tne uni snouiu oe iukhii up uguui no would insist on its consideration from day to day till a vote was reached. A nntntniinloHtinn was received from Chief Justice Wuite, of the Board of Regents of the Stnltnsoman institution, announcing iue iath nf Prof. Ilenrv. and the Senate agreed to a concurrent resolution adjourning both Houses Thursday at 4 o'ciock in tne fTniiHfi Immediatulv after the reading of the journal, domands for the regular order were maae on uotn Blues 01 tne nuuaa, aim biii? Speaker announced the regular order to be annnntlnxv to the demand for the previous question on the resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Potter. The Republicans refrained from voting, thus leaving the House without a quorum, as there were but 111 Democrats present, io oeing neceseary w uissc a quo rum. Mr. wood men sum : "as tuoiactioua mlnoritv seem determined to obstruct business, I move thut the House adjourn." The motion was opposed by the Republicans, but was curried yeas 130, nays 104 1 At a Democratic House Caucus, held immediately after adlfturnment. it was resolved that the Investigation resolution should be acted upon before any other business was done; that no motion for an amendment from the Republican side should bo entertained; that all the Demo cratic members out of the city be notified to return to Washington, and thut, after due notice, all existing pairs bo declared at an nd. ' Ip. the Senate, on the 15th, a number of bills were introduced and referred, among them one by Senator EustU for tho estao lishment of a semi-monthly mnll steamship service between the United States and Bra zil, to be paid by the Government $30 per mile; also, one by Senator Beck, authorizing the Postmaster-General to place mail service on any publlo highway, river or railroad, wherever the public service requires It In the nouse, Mr. Wood called up the Senate concurrent resolution for final adjournment, and moved that its consideration be post poned till Wednesday, the 2Uth of May. Agreed to yeas 130, nays 10B. A division was then called for on seconding the previous question on Potter's Investigation reso lution, and the cull showed only 118 members present- less than a quorum. All the Republicans refused to vote. After several more ineffectual ef forts to secure a vote, on motion of Mr. Potter tho House adjourned A Republican House Caucus Was held after adlmmnent, at which, the following resolutions were adopt ed fUtolrrH, That the resolntlr now pending in the House is an attempt tn a form unjusti fiable and illegal to reopen the question of the President's title, a questHin solemnly settled bv tho action of the rVirty-fourth Congress, which alone had Jurisdiction, and is there fore revolutionary awd destructive of good order, business lwpertij aud peace of the TOei5nk ThatYte effort of the Democratic majoricTV" Pa the House, without opportunity lor amendment or debate, a mea-ura of mien revolutionary character whirl! has KOt been recommended or consia erod bv awy of Its committee, but bas bwn devised bv Individual for private or party SndiVhouldoere.l-tedby Wch are sratborized by the role, of the Hon. The!irs resolution 1 paeed ynnJ"Yj. tbowerond pa.-d with only few members of ffie caucus dientin.J In the Senate, on the lh, consideration nfthe bill to reoeal tne Specie Vmmptloa act. and frenator Matthew, read a. anrument npon the renrrl tlnanrtal poll er of the Government, aad offered, at " Stoti for the piling bill. ibsM", doord by him on tne mn ...?7.Tbe dead lock. In the Hou-e "P tr-. mv.rkn reoltion still the llepwhlirtwie refuwng to T''- V!LrZ Iirsorrat. bein nnahl to a qoorom of thru- wn parry- ".J". eSeetnal attempt to neenrw a w Mr. Fort auggestod to Mr. Potter that the regular order be laid aside and the House proceed to a consideration of the pen sion bills. Mr. Potter said: "We are pro pared to go 011 with the publlo business, and are here for that purpose, but are left with out a quorum by the willful absence of gen tlemen on the other side, aud I demand the regular order." Mr. Potter then moved un adjournment, whloh was carried yeas 141, nays is. In the Senate, on the 17th, a number of bills were reported from oommltteos. Fur thor eonsldoratton of tho bill to repeal the Rosumntlon net was postponed till Hon day. A number of Pension bills were passed. Adjourned till Mondav In the House, alter several more ineffectual efforts to obtain a vote upon the Potter reso lution of Investigation, a quorum was finally ootuineu ana tue preainuiu anu resolution were adopted as reported. Tho Republican members abstained from voting to the last, the only negative votes cast being those of Messrs. Mills and Morse. The final vote was 14S to 1. Some exciting soenes took place during the long struggle over the passage of the resolu tion, especially between Messrs. tioode and Conger, the latter having implied that the former nao Drokon ma pair witu a Republi can (Mr. Loring). The Senate was not In session on the 18th. In tho House, Mr. Stophons asked to be put upon record. He was absent on leave of the House yesterday when the vote was taken upon what Is known as the Pottor resolution. and was paired with Mr. Harris. But tor tho pair ne would nave voteu against tne resolu tion as it stood. Mr.KUls. from the Committee on Elections, reported a resolution declaring that there had been no fair.free and peaceable election In the First Congressional District of South Carolina, and thut neither Mr. Hainey, tne Bitting meinuer, nor nr. uicnuruson, tno contestant, was entitled to the sent. Ho stated that ho would call up the resolution Thursday next. The Army Appropriation bill was considered in Committee of the Whole. The Speaker announced thut he would be necesNutilv absent during the com ing week, and Mr. Say lor was chosen Speaker pro teni. In the Senate, on the 20th, the President pro tera. presented the resolution of the City Council of Chicago, praying for the passage of the House bill to pluce the name of Gen. James Shields on the retired list, with the rank of Bricrndler-General. Mr. Thurinun. from the Judiciary Committee, reported a bin proviuing tuat no person snail ue reiuseu admission to the bur of any United States court on account' of sex. Placed on tho calendar. A number of oth er bills were Introduced, including the bill to amend tho 103d article of war so as to provide that no person shall be tried or punished by court-martial for any offense committed more than two years or in case of desertion three years ueiore tne arraign ment of sucn person for such offense, which was passed. The Indian and Pension Appropriation bills, aud the con ferences asked for. were agreed to - In the House, the committee to inquire into the alleged Irauas in tno lute 1'resiuentiai election, under the Pottor resolution, was an nounced bv fioenker nro tern. Savler. Sev eral bills relating to the District of Columbia passed, out no business 01 general import ance was transacted. THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. A Constantinople dispatch of the 14th says: Thirty-two battalions of Russian re inforcements have arrived at San Stefano. The arrangement concerning the fortresses has failed in consequence of the St. Peters burg Government disapproving of General Todlebcn's projected retreat to Adrianople. St. Petersburg dispatches of the 17th convey the information that a less warlike feeling exists there as the result of Count Shouvaloff's mission, and that Kuesia is prepared to modify to a certain extent the provisions of the San Stefano treaty. A London dispatch of the 18th says : The week, prolific of rumor.closes in uncer tainty, but with sanguine hopes of peace in well informed circles. In others, however, equally well advised, the pacific reports of the last two days are regarded with grave suspicion. They are held to bo wholly Irre concilable with the positive action of Gen. Todleben in his extremely peremptory de mands upon the Porte, his steady ad vances of his troops towards Constanti nople, his evident preparations for an as sault upon and seizure of the city. It was remarked in parliamentary circles to-day that it was impossible to fully credit the Russian reports, and these pacific rumors were probably put forth with the intention ot deceiving. However, they are generally credited. It was reported on the 20th that the two-years' term of the occupation of Bul garia by Russia may be shortened, and a European commission, Instead of a Russian, occupancy, might take place, uneasiness was felt in Berlin about the prospect of an understanding between England and Rus sia looking toward peace. Count Shouvul ofT, on his way to London, stopped at Berlin, seemingly having failed to accomplish his first mission. On the other hand, advices from Constanti nople indicate a strong hope that peace will be speedily restored. Russian official pa pers reiterate the statement that movements of the army before Constantinople are not hostile or menacing. a. A Prudent Person. A friend of mine went ft few days back to have a tooth stopped. The dentist advised him that he had better have the tooth taken out, and assured him that he would feel no pain if he took laughing-gas. "But what is the ellect of the gasi"' asked my friend. "It simply makes you totally insensible," remarked the dentist; "you don't know any thing that takes place." Mv friend submitted : but lust previ ous to the gas being administered he put his hand in his pocket and palled out his money. "Oh, don't trouble about that now," said the dentixt, thinking he was going to be paid his fee. " Xot at all," remarked the pa tient ; I was simply going to see how much I had before the gas took effect" London Truth. 8rTFBi will exhibit tu pneeaee by the trie of the baby, and should be removed by the prompt ae of tfcat blirhly-reeommended remedy, Dr. Bull a Baby Syron. It 1 free from Optaav Price, 25 cecU. Eiohtexx families in ew 40 count mp 24O,OO0,O00 among them. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To Keep Bams. Have them tewed up in pieces of old sheets, and then dip ped into a whitewash-tub and hung up to drain in the smoke-house ; and they can hang there the whole season (If, when one is out, the whltewashed-eloth ts wrapped tightly over it) without any Injury. Asparagus like Gkkkn Peas. Cut the asparagus into inch bite. Boil half an hour in salted water. Have some slices of toast spread with butter, and dish the asparagus over them. Season with butter, and serve. It is a niee side dish, and a good relish for breakfast or tea, especially with a fine broiled shad. Black Walnut Stain. Take a pint of very thin glue, its adhesiveness being just perceptible between the thumb and fingers. Put into a teaspoonful of raw umber, stir it well, and put on warm with a sponge or brush. When dry brush off and varnish. Another is to take 1 teaspoonful of Venetian red and 1 teaspoonful lampblack,. mixed into a paste, and then diluted with a pint of gluc-water, as before. Baked Indian Pudding. Scald 3 pints of fresh milk, into which, when hot, stir gradually 1 pint of sifted Indian meal. Don't let it lump when stirred in ; add 1 teacup molasses, ginger and salt to suit the taste, and a little chopped suet, if desired. Bake moderately from 6 to 8 hours. If the meal Inclines to set tle when it begins to bake stir it up from the bottom a few times. If mixed just right it will not settle. When done it should be of a deep reddish color. ' ' Dooley'a Venat Powder. There is probably no other baking powder manufactured that has become so much of a household word as Doolet'b Yeast Powder. 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