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Tin: experiment ot ebippiojf beeves
from Jersey City to Lnglaud 1 to be tried
this week and it it proves successful ex
tensive and rapid importations of cattle
from the West will be the result.
Tui: iringticM special ol the t'liicafro
Editing Journal says : "The noininatiou
of Kobert T. Lincoln, the son of ex-president
Lincoln ; William M, Smith, of
ineton, McLean county, who was speaker
ol the house of the Twenty-seventh gen
eral assembly, and .lohn JL Olx-rly, of
Cairo, ho, as a member of the general
assembly lour years ago, was one ot the
authors of the railroad law,
as railroad and warehouse com
missioncrs is announced. Mr. Oberlj
will be the Democratic member ot the
commission ; Mr. Smith, the representa
tive of the Granger clement, and Mr.
Lincoln as the lawyer of the board and
the representative of Chicago's Interest.
The appointments are generally regnrded
a judicious.'' .
A white whale tktt lias bean one of
the conspicuous features at tuo New
York Acquarlum, took sick some weeks
ago and died in the latter part of Jan
uary. The body was preserved lor dis.
section by the Injection of a strong solu
tion of clorido ol zinc, and
when the whale examined under
the surgeon's knife it was found
to have died ot pneumonia, both ot it
lungs having been a fleeted. It contracted
the discaf from a change In the tempe
rature ot the water in the tank, a new
supply being twenty degrees lower than
that to which it had ben accustomed.
The dieclion showed the organism of
the whale to differ from that of man In
having four distinct stomachs and in
other minor particulsrs.
J,Ar wek two men were sentenced to
die on the gallows In New Jersey. One
of them only met that fate, the other
having been poisoned In his cell on the
morning of the day fixed for the execu
tion. They protested their innocent to
the last and left a "dying statement'
solemnly asserting they had not been
gudty of the bloody deed for which they
were condemned to die. The evidence
ax&inst them was purely circumgtautial.
Since their death, a woman has written
an anonymous letter to the New York
JlcraC'l iu which she declares the inno
cence of Oschwald and I'yan, and ays
her own husband did the deed. She ex
plains her silence by saying the could
not see h r husband and the father of her
children die oil the gallows. The Herald
had the letter stereotyped, published a
fac simile and asks "who knows the
MTTELL'S Mt lMtt AGE.
The numbers ot this standard periodi
cal for the weeks ending February 10th
and Kth, have the following noteworthy
contents : Arctic Heroes, from Eirek ot
Scandinavia to Captain Nares, London
(juurttrly ; Condition of the Larger
I'lauets, by Uichard A. .Proctor, V. K. A.
S., Popular Scunce Jimeic ; '1 he Geo
graphical Aspect of the Eastern Question,
by Edward A. Freeman, Fortnightly He-
riete ; Julian's Letters, llAtinh (JuarttJ-li;
Agates and Agate-Corking, by F. W,
Rndley, F. ti. S., Popular Scitnce Rti ietr;
Jon Jonsonn" s Saga, the Genuine Auto
biography of . a Modern Ice
lander, Eraser; Charles Kitigsley,
Fortnightly R(riw ; A Polynesian
Griselda, Exam'mtr ; Scenery in Holland,
Month ; Weariness, a Tale from France,
bv IUidolnh Lindau, Blackwood ; The
Shadow of the Door, Blackwood : Instal
ments ot George MacPonald's "Marquis
of Lossie" and William Black's new
serial, and the usual choice poetry, etc.
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In the compilation ot this valuable
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taken to perfect the political department
oi the issue lor 18u.
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n'ued and consulted as authentic, to pre
sent iu its pages the lull aud complete
oftlcial returns of tho presidential vote of
ll the states and territories in the late
election, rendered It absolutely necessary
to delay the present publication to the
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president and vice-president, etc.
The vote on the passage of the bill
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On last Saturday the report ot the
electoral commission, in which Louisi
ana was counted for Gov. Hayes, was
made to the houe ot representatives.
Mr. Lamar oil ere d a resolution directing
the clerk ol the house to inform the sen
ate that the house would be ready to re
ceive that body at II o'clock on Monday.
Mr. K assort endeavored to compel the
house to go Into joint session without de
lay, but the house adjourned.
A caucus ot the Democrats was held
on Saturday nleht, and the situation was
discussed with spirit. The fiery leaders
of Uie extreme element of the party at
tempted, without success, to Induce
the house to resist the consummation
of the presidential villainy to which
the electoral commission has given its
endorsement. Mr. Walling offered a res
olution declaring the duty of the house
to be to do no lurthcr legislation, to not
recognize the commission and to not
meet In joint session to further the elec
toral vote under its decision. This re-
cieved only 13 votes. Mr. Cochrane of
fered a resolution declaring the duty of
congress to be the defeat of the fraudu
lent acts ot the electoral commission by
filibustering. Mr. Reagan offered as a
substitute for this a resolution, that the
count of the electoral vote ahall proceed
without dilatory opposition. This sub
stitute, with an ameadment solemnly
protesting against the electoral outrage,
was adopted by a rote of 00 to 40.
In this action of its caucus, the Demo
cratic party has again given evidence of
its self-sacrifising disposition,andbas pre
pared itself to go to the people and ask
them to condemn the rascalities which
have put out of it a man elected into the
presidential chair. This appeal will not
be In vain. The Republican party will be
destroyed by the response that the people
will make to It. Its president will betray
It, and the people will drive it from
power at the next election, the decision of
which will not be overcome by returning
inpRovEnu'T or rut missis-
lion. K. IS. Watkins, the efficient mi
nority representative from the Filty-
lirst senatorial district, appreciating the
great Importance of the movement to im
prove the MUsibeippi river, inaugurated
the discussion of the matter in the gen
eral assembly, by the introduction, on the
ICth lost., ol the following preamble and
WntKEAS, The MUsis-ippi valley has
heretofore reecivea from tue general gov'
eminent but meugre appiopr.atious for
the improvement ot its rivers and har
bors, aud these small appropriations have
been lor tue most part injudiciously ex
pended ; and
W u eke as, the said valley and slopes
produce tue great buk ot me agncuitu
ral supplies ot the country, and the pro
dueing classes ol 0'ir people here have
been and still are compelled to ship the
producu of their industries to tide-water
over expensive line of railways at a cost
of twenty per centum of the gross value
of such products, a tribute which they
can il It a fiord to pav monopolists, and
trom which they of rights should be pro
tected dv uie general ifovernment ; ana
here as, II tlie navigation of the Mis
sissippi river ami its tributaries sliouhl
be improved by the judicious expendi
ture of liberal appropriations made by
congress our surplus products could
reach tide-water by way of New Orleans,
at a cost of only six per centum of their
gross value, saving to the western pro
ducers fourteen per centum ot the gross
value of the products of their liiduntries,
which they would lose if compelled to
reach tide-water through unnatural
VY hebkas, fly means of the first lib
eral appropriation made by congress for
the removal ol obstructions to the navl
(ration of these western rivers, the
mouth of the Mississippi lias been suc
cessfully opened to commerce, but the
benefits resulting from tho consumuia
tion of this great enterprise can only be
partially enioyeu by tlie inhabitants ot
the slopes aud valley ot the Mississippi,
unless tueir means ot egress be tacili
tated by improving tho nsvigatiou of
tnese western rivers ; ami
Y hekeas, by a judiciously expended
appropriation, commensurable with the
benetits whion wouia result ttierefrom,
the channel ot the Mississippi river be
tween the mouth ot the Missouri river
aud the Gulf of Mexico, might be short
ened nearly 200 miles, which, together
with the removal ot the bars which retard
tho velocity ot the current, this great
stream might be subdued and the I in
mense adjacent territories of productive
ness, now worthless from annual lnunda
lion aud resulting miliaria, might be
reclaimed and utilized ; therefore be it
Itesohed, By the house of represent
fives, the senate concurring herein, that
the congress of the United folates be and
is hereby memorialized to make just, lib
eral aud sutllcleut appropriations tor the
permanent improvement ol the naviga
tion of the Mississippi river and its trib
utaries and their harbors ; and in the ex
penditure of auy money which may be so
appropriated, and iu all contracts for
such river and harbor improvement, that
congress adopt like rules aad stipula
tions as in the contract w ith L'apt. James
B. bads bv the act of congress approved
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curing all disorders o. the liver and stomach.
HOLLOWAY'H PI LI.8 are the best know to
the world for the following diseases Ague,
Asthma, Bilious Coiiiplaiuta, Bloiclie on the
Skiu, Bowels, Consumption, IK-bilitV, lrufy,
l)sellU-ry, .r'P:,Bi reiuuw irrraiuiMwir.
Fevers of all kinds, iu, -out, Headache, Indi
gestion, luliamiumion, Jaundice, Liver torn
plsiutt, Lumbago, Piles, Itheumatism, Iieten
tion of urine, Scrofula or King Evil. Sor
Throats, Mone and tirarel, Tic-Douloiareux.
Tumors, I'loers. Worm of idl kinds, VI ruanecS
Irom any cause, etc.
None are genuine unlea th signature t.f J.
Haydock, a ageat for the Vnited States, sur
rounds each box of Pill, and Olnlaieul. A
handsome reward will be given w any n
deriug iah inlormation a may leait to the
detection of any parly or parties couuterleitina;
the medicine or vending the sains, kuesnmc
them to be tumiou.
"."hold at i ui mnnfac4ory of Pwfer Hex
mjwav A CO.. New York, and by all reIcUU
druggiau ami dealer iu aiedieln throughoM
the civilised world, in boxes at & nt,
a.. - akl u.ik
tf There U ooasiderabls saving by taking the
.B!irer.tlniie for b nildauce of patieuts
In c very disonlorareanixeu io "
Oince, 113 Liberty Bt.. XfevTorx
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkolssale and Retail Deal la
W1HES OF AIsIs KIKUri,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. 8MTTH A CO. hT SOMUntly
a large stock ot th best goods In the mar
ket, and givs especial attention to Ibe wholesale
raucu oi ina uuuiness.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
:,on, or in nosraneaaa, ior smpmem
romptiv attonaoa to.
t&To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO Cm COAL COVTAXY.
rfTHalliday Bro.'s office, No. 70 Ohlolxivee.
ErHairiday Bro . ' wharfboat .
tl-At a-mtian MUls. or
At the Coal Dump, foot of Thirtv-Eiirbtb
0Pot Office Drawer,
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetawn, Evans
Title, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The tlegant side-wheel steamer
AUlttb B. rx gx isoton .
Will leave Cairo every WEUNF.SD AT at 8
o'clock I). in.
The Beet steamer
Iave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connection at Cairo
With llrst-claas steamers for at. Louis, Mem-
fihisaud New Orleaus, and at Evansville with
h K.AC. K. K. forallpoinUNjjrUand Eaet,
and with the Ixiuisville Mail b learner foaU
point on the L'prr Ohio, giving through re
ceipt oa freight and uaaaengers to all point
For urther information apply te
bOL.blLVh.tt, Passenger Agent.
HALLIOAY BKOS., t xnU
Or to U.J.GRAMMKR,
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lJ-3-)-l. Evansville Iudiana.
ne uia-ie vy every agent
every month tn (lie uuainevs
furnish, but those willing to worn can eaeuy
earn a doten doUan a day rigmt la Uietr own lo--litiu.
Have no room to explain here, liu.i-
aes pleasant and honorable, omen, boy
sud girls do a well as men. We will furnish
you a complete outfit free. The business pay-tetu-r
than anything else. We will bear ex
pense of starting you. Particulars Iie. Write
ind see. Farmers and mechanic, their n
and daughter, and all classes in need of paying
work at home, sbotdd write to us aad le ni all
about the work at once. Now Is the time
don't delay.. Addros Tua A Co. August,
37 Conrt Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A fjulvr.r sduivwrvt 4 lrlr Uavhtt4 ,ijaki8 u4 tiu
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peiie; eeot io m rau
Room and Board, lit and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roam and Board, t Vtoor SS .00 Pa Bar
BpaeUl Rates fcy Week ! Moatfc
A limited numher of vtrr desirable fasiO
room can be aecared at reasonable rate for the
The at. Charle I the laqreatandbest ameln
d Honse In Southern Illinois, and 1 the leadiajt
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Rock' 'reduction In prices, the table will, a
usual, be liberally aupplled with the very heel
of everything that can be found in market.
Flnelanr sample room for eommereial trav
eler, on around floor, fret of ehane.
tf-All Uasnraireorfrueota conveyed to and
iuv uHiv wiiuoui cnarge.
ot art lt.tvMUMof
arfiei. FisbiSt FlQwer SaeSO
Beddtnff Plants, Roses, Yo
U.IW4 rrv to a sp&uawu.
OUU ti outfit free.
H. H ALIJiT CO., Port-
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
rt-WE WANT 60O MORE FTI
CLASS 8EWINO MACHIWE AOS!
AND BOO HEM OF KJrJCKOY
ABILITY TO LE ARM THE BUST
OP BELLTNO BEW1NO KACH1
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