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health, and will vigorously prosecute the campaign upon the safe and wise ground he has laid down for himself. Important from Kentucky. Louisville Jan. 17. --The Munfordsville correspondent of the Journal of this city says the Confederates are driving cattle into the ponds and watering places on the route of the advance of the United States army, and killing them, so as to render the water unfit for drinking. From Cairo and Paducah. Cairo Jan. 17. --Advices from Cape Girardeau state that the expedition which left here for Dallas and Bloomfield, returned this morning, bringing twenty-three prisoners, and among them Capt. Day, of Jeff. Thompson's army. Reports from Paducah say that heavy cannonading was heard up the Tennessee river this morning. Gen. Grant sent instructions to all the hospitals here to-day, to be in readiness at short notice. Congressional proceedings. Washington Jan. 17. --In the United States Senate yesterday the resolut