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Important Special Cabinet Meet
ing. Crant'i Opinion of the 8th of Jan
r?rfcisl to the Kenuulieaa.l
WatHUOTOK, Jan. 7. There will be
mnl rearJutlnna of Investigation io-
trrv!iirKl into the house to-morrow, the
principal one of which will We pushed by
Judge Buckner, aikloff for n invMtitfa-
tlon of the pre ident'i Ute removal 01 me
police board here. Mr. flunton will also
Introduce a bill asking lor the cutire
bollahment of the police board and
Wavlnsr the work in the haudi of the
The meeting ot tiie uemecraU at
Ford's opera house, called at 1 p.., will
Mrtoualy interfere with the house work
THE STOLES PACKAGB.
Treasurer Ivy man says the mnt
tolen package of $12,000, consigned to
the Illinola National bank, has beei
nearly all recovered. The man suspected
ot thla theft is Fred. S. Windsor, late
president of the Scandinavian bank in
Chicago, but at present shipping clerk in
the cash room.
TBI PRESIDENTIAL SITUATION.
It la expected that debate will begin in
the house seme time this vctk upon the
presidential situation. The occasion or
this debate will be a resolution from
Knott's committee expressing an opin
ion npontbe subject ot the powers of
congress in counting the electoral vote.
IMPORTANT CABINET MEETLNO.
It will be recollected that last week the
Louisiana Eepublican legislature passed
resolution asking for military
protection against apprehended vio
lence, and that the resolution
was telegraphed " to Um president
and laid before the cabinet last Tuesday,
when it was deemed proper that no ac
tion should betaken upon it but since
that time Got. Kellogg, actuated by like
fear, telegraphed io the president to the
same cfiect and desiring recognition ot
the Republican governor and legislature,
as two inaugurations will take place to
morrow in Mew Orleans, that of Packard,
Republican, and ot Nicholls, Democrat,
by their respective parties. The presi
dent, having prepared a reply to Gov.
Kellogg's telegram, called an'extraordi.
nary meeting of the cabinet to-day In
order to inform the members of bis pro
ceedings in the premises and to secure
THE PRESIDENT'S REI'l.V.
The reply was unamimously approved
aud this afternoon transmitted by tele
graph to Gov. Kellojrg, and the substance
of It afterwards given by the president
himself to the Associated Press, 3 fol
lows: "There will be two inaugurations of
governors to-morrow, unless one of them
resigns. I do not, however, propose to
Interfere with them. I have nothing be
fore me to Justify action In the way of rec
ognizing either government, and there
fore cannot, particularly as a committee
of each house of congress is now en
gaged In investigating all the tacts of the
late election, Including the contests ol
tbe two governors and two legislatures,
both; eUimlng to be legally elected.
For me, nnder the circumstances, to
recognize one or the other weald be
hardly Justifiable and I have so Informed
Gov. Kellogg. The president further
aaid that the Democratic state govern
ment organization has tbo sympathy of
such a portion of the people of that state
as have tbe requisite means to give sus
tenance to it, and their governor and
legislature would be recognized by them,
even il they were not half as many as
there are now in the Democratic party in
TBI PRESIDENT WILL AWAIT INVESTIGA
The president repeated that he would
not interfere by recognizing either gov
ernment until the contest should be set.
tied through the congressional Invest iga.
tlon now in progress, but he should con-
alder It to be his duty to keep tbe peace
If occasion required and prevent blood
shed pending political compilations
ILLINOIS AT THE CtHTCHHlAL.
Gen. J. C. Smith's Report
(Special BprUJgtteld Dispatch to th Chicajo
Everybody who went to the centennial
from Illinois remembers the Illinois state
building and General Smith, secretary ot
tbe Illinois board, who managed it with
ability and contributed to tbe comfort of
every citizen of the state who went to the
big show. General Smith bas presented
tbe Subjoined report to tbe Governor :
There were 1,600,000 visitors to tbe
Illinois building; 75,000 from Illinois;
45,000 registered ; 223 newspapers were
filed; JJC.7&8 letter were distributed;
tm letters were returned uncalled for ;
1.JM packaga cxed or; 100 ick per
aons eared lor; m reams of letter paxr
distributed ; 28,000 envelope distributed;
Mtimated coat of building, $6,733.05 .
tlmated eost of furniture, 3,K2.3o.
t a meeting of the centennial board
held last Tuesday, It was
JU$oUnd. That In view ol the extraor-dinar-read
unexpected service required
of the secretary for the last twoaadoul
half rear, la connection wttn tbe dutke
devolved upon this board, we hereby r
peetfiiUy and earneedy suggest and re
mbosin sum ine sum or eo,uuuoe appro
priated by Ute jreneral assembly to Bee
leiaryNPaua, to compeiuauoa lor iucb
Arrangements for the Democratic
Ingersoll Wants to Step Into Lo
yau 9 oiiuco.
(.lial to the Republican )
SpfU.voriEtD, 1U., Jan. ".The com
mittee of arrangements lor the Tilden
convention to be held to-morrow com
plrted their work to-night, and the
atru-uded programme ot organization Is
that Gen. Farnsworth will be temporary
chairman and Gov. Talmcr permanent
CAUCUS OX RESOLUTIONS.
A caucus on resolutions was held to
night, and draft were presented byOov.
Palmer, Senator Trumbull, Gen. Mc
Clernand and several others. From
the drafls a scries of resolutions were
constructed, which, in their tenor, will
support the action of the lower bouse of
congress and demand a settlement of the
presidential issue under a strict Interpre
tation of the constitution, and with peace
POOR LOG AX.
Ingersoll and bis friends are at J work
to-day trying to induce Logan to with
draw from the senatorial campaign and
let the Republicans unite on Ingersoll,
Beveridge or Haines.
Chicago Democrats are here in a large
rowd and arc working In the Interest of
Mr. McCormick, who they claim can cap
ture not onlr the Independents, but
some of the Granger Republican, on Lie
fjnai rote tor senator.
The heavy snow storm here to-day
will materially interfere with the military
Arrangements connected with tbe cuber
tutorial inaugural to-morrow.
7he governor-elect will in his inaugu
ral jidorse the recommendations la Gov
eoridge'a message and review the eco
nomic and political hi-torr of the state,
lie will also assert that the presidential
question must be se.tleJ cosUtutionally,
reawnably and historically', not by force
in Uvor of Hayes.
A HOOSILR RESURRECTION.
How m - mu ame to Life
"ow i lie M.urt so tbo r-.ve.
Thc-villaue of Jlonroeville, lnd., i3 al
aflame with a wnsation, tho dimtusions
of which are in inverse ratio to the sizi
ot the town. On Friday last a young
man named Charles Ilueston, was at
tacked with a disease supposed to be
congestion ot the lungs. After remain
ing in an unconsclousconditiouforabout
two hours, tbe attending physlcan
examined him aud pronouueed him
dead. The griel of his sister, a beautiful
young lady, whose ago was near his
own, was distressing to see. She re
mained almost constantly by the body
and gave vent to her deep emotion in
tears. The remains were placed on
hoard the rrlday alternooti passenger
train, on the Pittsburg, Foit Wayne and
Chicago railway, to bo taken to Forest,
O., for interment. The j-rief-stficken
parents and sister accompanied the ie.
mains. The latter refuted to
go into the passenger coach, but
remained m the express car, to be
close to the body. It was an hour be
for the traiu arrived at Forest, when
a loud, unearthly cry was heard, and in
a second the young girl was prostrate
upon the floor In a swoon. Several per
sons hastened to her rescue, when they,
too, were nearly paralyzed by the dis
covery of the cause of her singular con
duet. The supposed corpse ot Charles
Ilueston wai living, moving aud breath
ing. The head was thrust above the
coflln, and tho face with its deathly pal
lor presented a weird and ghastly
spectacle. The young man was ev
idently amazed at his surrjuudiiigs,
and the first returning gleams ot
consciousness found him In a position ot
bewilderment. Loving hand and kind
hearts devoted themselves to tho care of
tho man who had, as it were, so suddenly
risen Irom the dead, aud of the young
girl w ho as suddenly had been brought
to the very portals ot of the grave. Hues
ton was taken from Ida coflln, restora
tives applied under the direction ol phy-
siclans who were on the train, and when
be readied Forest was removed to his
lather's residence. On yesterday he was
auvc, and although very ill be was iin
proving somewhat, and the hope is en
Mtnainea mat no win completely re
Ua fcanator Irrjr Propose to Man-
lKtcial tatbt (. bicago Keening Jmroal I
asm.Ntirox, p. C, January 0.
mere has been much speculation as to
w hat course actiug Vlce-1'reaident Ferry
will pursue on the second Wednesday in
February, in regard to counting the dec
toral votes, and inaoy wild and perfectly
absurd theories have been advanced.
Thetollo wing comes to your corretjioii
dent from a perfectly reliable scourco,
and way be regarded a seml-olrlclal :
First, if the sen a to and house agree as
to tho course to be pursued,
Mr. Ferry will act strictly in accord
ance with such agreement. Second,
if no agreement is reached by tho second
Weduesday tu February, Mr. Ferry will
proceed to optu and eoubt the votes ot
all the states excepting tboo from Ore
gon, Louisiana, South Carolina and Flor.
Ida. Third, the questiou of counting the
votes ol the four above-named states will
be submitted by Mr. Fvrrj to the two
branches ot congress, it tbey agree that
the Republican or fJemocratlc certificates
Irota one or all tbe states be counted or
wjactfcd. Mr. Ferry will abide by such
decision, and act la accordance therewith.
Z eouali''S or rejecting tbe certificates.
Fourth 1 , . ...
.-, u ui 01 Aiarcn concur.
rtnt acUon ol tb teaatv autl hous is
not had in recarJ to the four sUtes
named. Mr. Ferry will then proceed to
count the votes of said states, and to de
clare the result. Mr. Ferry will not at
tempt to exercise judicial tunctlons, or
decide which are the proper certllicatei
Irom the States ol Oregon, Louisiana,
Florida and South Carolina, unless the
senate and house fail to agree ; but in
this event, he will proceed to act in at
cordance with the constitution, as he in
terprets it, and exercise the power con
ferred an him.
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rOlil V l'Um uKrotK THE rCBLIC.
DR. C. M"LAN E'S
'! 111-. II I I CP
Heii.'.tiili or Liver Complaint,
I-Y.-I-UjIA AMI blfli HEADACHE.
Symptoms cf a Diseased I-iver.
1)AIN in the right side, under the
edge of t he ri ls, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
bide; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-Made, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation iu the back part.
There is generally a considerable los
of memory .accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant, a The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low ; and although he 13
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of tbe body,
after death, has shown the Uvlr to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Thxs,
in cases of Ague a:d I ever, when
taken with Quinine, tie productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be ur-ed, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afllicttd
with this disease to givo them A
Tor all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. UKH'AHK UT IMITATION'S.'
'lhc genuine Dr. C. M. Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Kvery box lias a red wax seal on
the lid, with tlie iuipiession Dr.
MI.a:.ti:'s Liver 1'ills.
The genuine MVLane's Livfr
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Sold bv all re;-iKct.ible druggists
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ploTtiieut at Iiouk, the wtioUol' ih tinif. nr for
llif.r ire iikjukuU. ISunliir-ut revr. liifht au-l
piotiiaMc. I'srunt 01 riilu-r m easily t-aru
110111 nenii 10 j 1 wr evtuin j. ami a propor-
,imii sum vy iieoiinv w.tir wia.lt lima lo III
business. Hoys aril Kids eaiii nearly as suarh
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Worth teerl dollars U euiiimenuii wurk on.
and a copy ir H'me and t in-aide, on ut ths
large! aud tt illustrated puhlioatlous, all sent
in by mall. Heavier, Ifycu want pero-ant ut,
yroliiahle work, okuhojc I; Ma son A Co, fort
. R. SMITH
Physician 6c Surgeon,
OOire ia Winter's block, cornet rvsalk atvl
"iiuuirciai Aveaue, (aairaana on fcaveotbl.
UstUiiG'j hlrleiiUisUi9t, Wst of WaslOnKtoa
NT RAM IIUAia.
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TtK cK'ttutit r ijt- tin', tiatef t
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UAftLCS I'lsxiNoToy Clerk
Will leave C:ro vpry WEDNESDAY ut
o'cl-Kk V. ID.
Tbo Sett sitaaitr
Ed. Tauaus . .
Leaves Cairo rrr SATURUAV.
Eah lnit ruaV1. close coBncttons at Calr
witli llrt-cl rtrauirr for bt. Louis, Mera
phu U'l Stw Orlritns, and at Evansville itb
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Or to O J. URAMMER,
juperiiitendeiit and bnT&l Freight Arot,
1-Ki-aMt. Evaiisvilie lstsiaua.
JOHN H. MUT.TCKT.
4ttorney at Law.
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For Dutaaes of the
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iH' Asthma, aud Con-
The rtiui.ition it has attained, in
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lh Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
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multitudes are rescued snd restored to
This medicine (rains friends at
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producing ore t remarkable to bo
l-rgotten. No fJnily aUould be with
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it never will. J
Eniine-nt I'll ,lcians throughout the
country preserve it, uml Clergymen.
oncn recouiineM t Horn their knowl
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FraotlcaJ auslAnalytlcsU Chemists.
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Special Features for 1877.
1. A nevr aerial story,
'The MurqiiU o.o3,"
bv George MacdoiiR!d,aU horol "lulcotn.
Alec Korbea,"' "Kooeri 1- alconer." etc.
'I o those ot our renders who are familiar
witn Malcoltu,'' thin new story from
the pen of this distinguished writer will
need no recommendation, anu dip reputa
tion Is a guarantee to others of a deeply in
fi rming and powerful story . it began In
the November number, whl. h iue, with
ilia JJereiuber Part, will he furnished crstie
to all new subscriber's for IbTT. '
a. a i.i-cfimoir illuKtmtod crlc. of
Sieetdith Stenery and Life,
by Prof. Willard Fit-kc, of Cornell I'ulvcr
sity.whois thoroughly laml'lar with Sweden
and its People troin peraonal observation.
i. A series of popular paper on
Art ond Art MuttTi,
by Edward Strahao iKarl hlnui, author of
"The New Hyperion," etc.
4. Illustrated Sketches of Travel, entitled
rieturtt from Sptin,
by Edward Kini;, author of "The Great
5. Mrs. I.ticy 11. Hooper's Interesting and
Paptrs ond Letter) from Pari)
will be continued through the year.
The Beiutie oj the Rhine.
will be described in a richly illustrated
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The Macazike has attained in its out Odui,r
century and insre (,l ti.itnie t U at pumt tici
11 may ucsai'i 01 it, id tut worm t.i it. .Jolinstin,
It Is vam to Llauie ami u,l-i- to irai.-c." 'I tie
lustre of its lonit-nco-nttuirjKl r-i,iiiaticn hss n.
crvaseil as tin-years lisre pusseU. and iu luture
semis as uriKtii il out wi-uttr ll.au at any tiu,
mice the gol'lru hue ol l.r .' ir.ly wttlnl aiuuud
lis latcrauu ix-st years. urkiyn Knle.
llsriiers M'-uthly is marked Uy the same char
acteristics which Kmt itcirculatiou fruaithe lint
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O00D LAND3 IK A CO0D CLIMATE
tow prices. I.oni Credit. Low Fares
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'Ihs ktot kholdeis cf the Citv National Hank
f ( airo arc hereby notified that an alecliuu will
be beld at the banking bouse, Tuesday, Jauu.ry
I'th. lr", pjr eeveo dire-tors.
ti. A. 11. (.AEEORD, Ca-hicr
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND
Daily transpiring tu tbe use of tut Oils now
retrolcum, and tbe want of confidence in tbe public mind a to tbe st rtjin
afet; of said Oils, bas iuduced tbe introduction ol
elaine a:; in
LLAINK is l.'iJ di 4;. Kira te-t anJ spriiij;
w hile htirnlng In a lamp, nor in any o'cer way,
sive coniponnds o ite.jUcntly mcj with in the ordinary Oils fur HluuilnatiDg. A lamp
filled with KLA1NK, I! upsetor accidentally broken, will not eiplode or bum Tin ro
is no poition iu which you tan put a lamp filled with KLA I.NE for common tie, in w!iU-!i
it will explode. tLAINK Is certainly the Safctt Family Itluminatiii)' Oil know u, ai d
can be used in any Coal Oil ot Kerosene lamp, w ithout cLauj; of burner.
-WAS AWAUIKI THK-
By the Jurors and f 'oniiuisii.-"sof tu
Centennial International Ezhibition.
As the IV t Illuminating Oil. lor Its extraordinary turrits of Safety and UriliUticj
FLAINL" was also awarded a liold M-dal at the Pittthurs-h F.xpo-ltlon ; an I wt
adopted, aftr a thorough scleutilic and practical test, by the
I'MTKI) 8TATK1 (.OVtKNMFM LKiHT-UOl'St: DtPAItTJI LNT,
And rece:vtd a high commendation from the Jioard of United States teamhoat lupc
tors, Washington, L. C.
Insurance Conipanies rate LLAINK the miae as a (.as lisk.
ELAINK is used on many ol the Hailroads, Street Cart and Howl, ol the country
aud inaugurated superior to any other til in the market.
Can be used in aiy lamp.
OKUEU" MOM TIIK TKADK MJI.ICI 1 tn.
T H &
UAbt OVLV ST
f.. x. Hinnoxs a so.,
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
It embraces all the t qualities of tbe tDluh
and Trench suits, and is particularly adapted ta
the requirements of ih American hunters. It is
made horn duck (dead Kiats thsde), watei-j roiiied
by a patent process, and psiticolar attention is
given to the riveting of all tbe jai ket corners
and HKuralastenii a of all ths buttons.
Frio of tiia Suit complete, lnclndiutr
coat. Vest, Trousers, Hat, or Cap and
Send Po.t.jltlce order. l.ools nt C. O. D. il
preferred, io the trade we wake liberal d.
couut. Hi lis for Miist axurnT. Waist. Bieast.
Inside seam of sleeve. Inside se&ua of trousers
Sue ol head. Mention height and weight.
beud for ciroular. AddxtMl,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston, Mas.
E. r. Koiksl'i IlUler Wine or Irt.
has never been known to fail in tnt cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, loss o! memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
01 disease, w eak, nervous trembling, dread
lul horror of death, uight sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, unl
venal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dysptptic syuip
toms, hot hands, flashlnif of the ho ly, drv.
ue of tho skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain In the hack, heaviness ol the eyelids,
treuueut black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary suffision and loss of sight
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, ut K. I-'. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousauda are now
enioying health who have used it. Take
only K. F. Kuukt l's.
beware of counterfeits and Lane Imita
Hons. As Kunkel's hitter Wine of Iron Is
so well known all over the country, drug,
gists ttitin. elves niake an imitation and try
to sell it od to their customers, w hen they
call lor Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Hitter W ine of Iron is put up
only iu M bottle, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put 00 the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on thu wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on (he outside, and you will always
he sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for fb. hold by druggists and
ALL WOUMS IlEMOVKD ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Hyrup never fails
jodi'stroy Fin Meat and htomach Worms.
Ur. Kunkel, tbe only successful physician
who removes Tap Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can b readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, o. y.09 orth Ninth street, Fhlladel
pnis, I'a., or call on your drutrgLt and ask i
p' ftb,!i!a ..r Kunke'- Woim Sjrup.
1'rue, fl.oo. It never fails. '
solJ as llluiiiintors, Which ai luade Iroin
water white in t ilor, will not txpljda
as it does not contain any ol thu t adU-
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