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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1876.
F.xlrnurdlunry Ailtnnre In Krlener
A Nit nn t Mitkro an KgaT. and
lliili'lica Therelroin n l.ivlna; Mini.
(From the Church Union )
The annexed account of a wonderful dis
covery recently nude In Ocrmatiy h con
ilciiacd Irotn an srt.de In a late number of
a (lermati paper, the 'Algeinelnc Zeltung',
received by tlie Cambria. Tin- editor, In
hi llntrcdiiclorr, remarks that "It I
with no ordinary feeling we -It down lo
nuke public the a-donlshlng facts which
follow, well knowing, at llrsi, we iliall but
excite the finite of the Incredulous; yet, as
Unit pendent Juiiro.illstt, we feel It nur
duty to lay before tho public such matter
of fact a may conic within the copo of our
own observation, nml otlior may draw'
inch ronclasloii froB thfHl' Ihrjr may
"Some year since," lie continue, "the
whole world wat thrown into a fever ofex
clteintnt by tin; aououiice.Hent that Mr.
Cro-s, an Kngllsliman, had read belnrc tbe
Itoyal Electrical Soc'cly of London a mem.
olr, In which ho detailed aprocefsby which
lie had succeeded in calling Into life, by
mean of voltaic electricity, a minute In
sect ol tlic acarl Hrclc. The substance
from which thetc Injects were retlvcd or
crested wa the silica ot potoca, a perfectly
colorlc-s and Iran-parent liipild.
"M.r. Cron-s' expcrlinonts were sube
iiintly tried by Mr. Walker, Secretary to
the Society, with entire niece, and with
: cry precaution a to the Introduction of
any foreign substance that might contain
the eggs of these in-cct. He was ulfo
eijuaily siicccs-ful when the experiment
wa conducted In an atmorphcre of pure
oxygen ga. J hese experiments have been
ccrtltled to by the inoit resectable, author
ity; and yet there are persona obstinate
enough to deny the possibility of the pro-
luetlon of llfo Iroiu such a stib'tsucc as
"As what wc are about to mention Is of
a similar nature, we expect that the same
cla.s will be incredulous a to the truth of
"Hut 'truth la mighty and will prevail,'
and we trint soon to give ocular proof ol
the facts detailed."
We -hall not follow the language of the
paper, but give a brief outllno of the laets
It iceins thatfor mote than fourteen rear
l'rof. Oellllng, of Hrunenberr, a man woll
kuown in the literary and tclentlllc world,
has had hi attention directed lo the pro
duction of animal life by means of galvau
Ism. Thla waa u darling thought; but tLu l'ro-
fck.or, Willi a zeal and devotion worthy the
old alchcmla lu whoac footsteps lie was
roKowliii', preterved sgalnst obstacle that
would have discouraged any man leu san
guine than hlmeK, and at last has had the
atisfuetlon of seeing hi patient labors
crowned with success that will place his
name lu the farcmoit rank of that galaxy
ofbright star who preceded 1st ti lu the
great fluid of discovery.
The rrofesaot's tlrst experiment was to
hatch chickens from the egg by the employ
ment orartllicial heat, alter the Wanner of
lliu Kgypllaus. In tlii" he was entirely sue-
ce-sl'ul, and perlucted a simple aud com
pact apparatus to maintain by mean o hot
water, an equal tempraturo for any purled
This being accomplished, he turned hi
attention to the production ol the egg
I'hl i w as no easy matter; but, after innu
merable experiments, during tlo period ol
ten year--, the details of which would till a
volume, he succeeded In making a correct
analysis of an e;g. One step wa accom-pll-hed;
but the mo-t dllllcult wa yet to be
takcu the mydenou combination ol the
elements so a to form a compound similar
to tho natural article.
Kucournged by hl success, the Doctor set
about tils ahno-t hopeless task with a de
termination to surmount every ob!ai'le.
He felt sa!illed that It was only by menu
of galvanism that hi object could be ac
complished, and directed all Ida energies
to the construction of a battery of const int,
equal ami moderate power.
Alter trjlng nearly every kind of battery
lu use, he had almost begun to du.palr,
when, by accident, ho leatued that it con
stant battery of moderate power has been
eontni:ted in England by placing a plateof
copper Into an ordinary llower-pot, aud
keeping the cattb moistened with am
'iionlu. He immediately constructed .tic'i a one.
After various modlllcations he succeeded
in adapting it to hi purpose; and had tho
satisfaction, after nearly fourteen year ol
almost constant experiment, ot seeing hi
labors crowned with success, and pro
ducing fromclcmciits n substance similar
lu all ic-pccts to uu egg.
Now ciime the exiting period oflila la
bora, to sue w ether this artificially formed
egg could be hatched by beat. Ho placed
It In his hatching oven, and watched it
through a glass door almost constantly,
scarcely taking time to cat or sleep, until
lie had seen tho success ol his grand ex
periment. Uay after day he watched with patient
assiduity the consummation of bl darling
scheme, and nt last had tho satlsfic Ion of
witnessing the consummation ol his hopes.
On the twentieth da) after placing It's egg lu
tho oven, a small hole was observed lu one
slduollt, and shortly after tbo bill of a
bird wa thrust through. Tho Professor
wu almost wild with delight, and several
times wu on tbo point of breaking tho rgg
toteowlmt kind of a bird hu wa going to
have, llo restrained himself, howovcr, and
next morning had tho satisfaction of find
ing In tho receiver a live bird, ol some un
known specie, perfect lu its anatomy, hut,
strange tovay, entirely without feathers!
"This most astonishing result," remark
the paper from which ,ve quoto, "h al
most upset our previous lutions of natural
philosophy and tho governing !avgo( an
imal organism. As we gazed upon tho
featliorlo.s bird hopping about, and feed
ing upon till seed given It, we began to
doubt tho reality of otir own cxMance, or i
Tho 1'rufeMor urged on by his mccc,
lias set about anothci analysis, and ha. no
tloubt of being able lo produce birds of
every kuown specie.
Tlic 'Algcmelne cltiing' of llic next day
remark that Hie whole clly I cleclrlllcd
with the developcmcut.
Thk huge, drastic, griping, sickening
pills, constructed ol crude, coarse and
bulky Ingredients, aro fast being super
seded by Dr. rierca's l'lcn.mt Purgative
Pellets, or Hugar-Coatcil, Concentrated
Hoot and Herbal Juice, Antl-ltllllou (Iran-iilcs-the
"Little Want" Cathartic or Mill
turn in Parvo I hy.lc. Modern chemical
science enables Dr. Pierce to extract Irom
the juices id the most valuablo root and
herb their active tiu-ijclnal principles
which, when worked Into llttlo pellet or
granules, scarcely larger than mustard
eeil,'rridnr;ecli little pellet a active and
powerful a a large pill, while they ate
much more palatable and pleasant In
Dlt. Iiia A. Tiiayi:!:, ol ilaconsbtirg,
Ohio, writes : "I regard your Pellet as tho
best remedy lor the conditions for which
)ou prescribe lliemnf an thing I havcever
Ued, so mild and certain in effect, and
l.i lug the bowels In an excellent condit
ion. It seems to ton they must take the
place of nllolher rathaitlc pills and med
icines.'' Lyon .V- Macomiikk, druggist., Ver
million, D. T., say: "Wc think they arc
going to tell llko hot cakes as toon a the
people get acquainted with them and will
poll tho pill trade, as those, that have
used them like them much better than large
Leslie's Newspajiers and Magazines, the oVUst
established Illustrated Periodicals til America,
eliey are now llrst offered to canvassers, Mho
will, If they secure an aiency and eclulte ter
rltory. be enabled to introduce seventeen first
class illustrated I'eriodlcrls, suited to as many
distinct tastes or wants, and, with the choice
from eight new and beautiful chromoa, glien
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abled tt secure one or more subscription In
very family In their district. To skillful can
vassers this will ccurcicriiunent einploymeut,
and the rtnewala each J ear will lie a amin e o
t d y and oaiured ravenue. Sierlmen iaera
and most liberal erinssent to all applicant who
'name the territory they desire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency Department, Flank Leslie s
riihllshlug limit, til Pearl Strut, New York.
HsRiusHrno, Ills,,. lun. 15, lf7.
Wb'are now iiiluing n very siiK'rior article
ol coal free from nil impurities, esiiccially
adapted for grate and household u-e irenerally,
which w will ilelh er lu Cairo, on the Culro ami
Vliiceunes track by the cur load sifWal bushel
at nine (') cent jier liushel, or two dollars ami
twenty-live cents (J 23) ier ton.
Wealo hate a very siiierior article of Nut
Coal which We will deliver on truck, at sixteen
(P.) dollars ier ear bushels. I'arlie not
wishing a ear load will rail iiwn K. M. Wunl on
Eighth street, between Commercial and Wash
ingtonuvenue, ami lie supplleilut reasonable
treiua. Mr. Want will also dilHir this coal to
any part of the clly ut -l M iercur load, mak
this coal eostaliout ti M iierton. All the coal
useilbvlheC.andV.lt.lt. Is tuiiilltsl Irom
ourmlties, nml it has no superior in the ninrlel.
Address all order for coal to
0K. M. Ward, Kn., has teuui nml will du
her Ihli nnd at :i Tfi per cor. l.JQ-dtf.
L. 1). Akin, Cairo. II. K'.JAMS Chicago
I. D. Akin eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
10S Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIBO, ILLS.
tflnose favoring us wltn ineir patronage
rui mm u comim-ir uneoi guoua irom which to
wlcct.at bottom tirlcea
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Rxtall Deatsr la
Foreign and DomeBtio
WIXKH OF AM KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSUf. SMYTH A CO. have coustiaitly
a large stock of the beat good tu the :nar
ket, and give esiscclal attention to I he Mholsaale
ranch of the business.
J tfa suraaUea asiac oar W,
USr Drills. UN a liwotn
KIJ lo aoou Ageat. Auger hook
k JlA AiCrVenM.lXll,lsk
I COAL I
JkrTTr Binrr'-(B"ei" He -
The Gamble Wagon
MANUFACTUKKl) II V
JOH1T P. GAMBLE.
THB BUT and CHXAfXIT WiOON MAX-
MAM UFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Hear Thirth-Fourth Street
tilXTII STBEET, Dotwcen OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Horse Shoeu ond
can Assure Oood Work.
MT. CARBON(Blg Mudrfy)
Ordore for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptly attended to,
y-To largo oonaumors and all
nanufnoturcrs, wo are proparod
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tJ-Hulllduy l!ro, 'a onire, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
n-IlaUlday Hro.'a wuarfboat.
U"At Kgyptlan Mills, or
CJ-At the Coal Dump, foot of Tuiity-Klght
tr"I'oit Oftlce Drawer, m.
Fun, and! adventure
Continents and Many Sua
Myaterlea of lh
llright, witty cntcit.ilnlng -he most niliaclhe
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book out. Ill ever
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to ANCIItllt I'l'lll. ISII1.SU CO. , Ml I'inuNtreel,
HI, Louis, Mo. Mf.-dAwIm,
JOHN H. XOXXBY,
AUaraey t I.w.
OirriCKi Atresldeuce on Ninth Street, be.
iwtwu Washlcgton avenue and Walnut St,
Good Books.rTof ttotio0;:
Ing cheap and really valuable volumes, sent pro
paid for price named . llunter'sOulile anil Trap-
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America, a complete ex po of the doluga of
everr swindler, niurk. and liumbmr In Arnerl
cm. Near lii pp., coiialns lilt cf huudred of
swindlers. It will "post you" and save you
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how to learn veutriloiulin. Full Instructions.
examples, anecdotes, also how to make the
whistle to imitate all birds and beasla, only M
cents. Art r Induing and breaking hones, al
so the complete horse doctor. A large sctavo
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etiquette of making love. All about it, how lo
uooa. ami i lie neat ever issumi. near uu un..
pop anu eseryiuiDK eise, i,i,pp. oniyjocia
Magic Made Fjisy. How to do ail trlcka In lfd
gerdernirln, bust Iwok on subject, only ia) cents
hecretsof love l'A' pp. elegant ehrumo cover only
'u cents. Anv Imol sent free on recslnt of Drier.
Catalogues In. Address allonlers to the old
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. " . usan . wno OUce
see those Kewriotia. Kweer. Kwalnt. Koinlc.
Klaatic llubber Fueea. Koch one will make lui
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eiermade. Just the thing for liolidavs. One
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one ami "laugh anil grow rat." Wonderful
Magic 1 luger I A uiyattrv Indeed I You run
atlrk It throtiicli hat unit set make no hole 1 "I I.
the wonder of the age. !-eil tor It and time
r'U.N FllltKVKItl Only r. eenls, A fur tt.
Cards ot eourtahin. love making cauls, fortune
telling rani, 3 iind, ench iu nisit ie. 'I hese
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cxatlc party as now organised should t re
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It believes the ltadlcai tyranny tkat
for sevral years oppreseed tbe foutb
should bo overthrown and tbe people c I me
Southern Mutes permitted to control tkeu
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for the law.
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