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THURSDAY KVKNINU, MAY W, IS63.
IIRUa OF TK DAJIY JOTMAL.
TaA.vaa M fir km awatfca.
. TKHMI or ADVUTIIUTt
I ! Till: lA It.Y JUUMNAl.
FiMt linemen, lv i:i,u t,hi
Rota Irimtlen afttrwsius, Two sad IttirCeatl
.' Aritartlrrmtnii will t ptiMishsd frst ill to twelve
ays il Tea Ch.i I.ihn iui tsre lesertlen, iacMini
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AXOTHKB TtXEIBtl CATAITROfHI.
KIUKLT TWO Hl'MPKtU LIVkl tOST.
One of the mmt disasteroua shipwrecks
whioh it li ever been our painful duly to re.
eord, occurred on the 3djinetr, al Stirrup Key,
among the Uahamn Islands. The ntws of the
Hatful calamity wm brought to thli port yes
terday bv the IJrig Reuben Carver, from S.gun
la Grande, which hud on board the captain, first
and .econd male, and six of (ha crew of tho ill.
Mad vernal Williuin and Mary. Wo publish
tjlhe particulars in yesterday's arming edi
lion, bill we have since obtained considerable
additional information Which we present to our
The bark William and Mary, commanded by
Captain Slinaon, left Liverpool about two
month ago. with two hundrrd n,l .u.i.t
ngers, prinelpsllv emigrants, unl a eargo or ' .
Vitllrnnri Ir.in t, V.... f Ll- ... j. - J?. .,11011!
......-......,.. nvn uiinnii m OU OM
IJJ'JLI JtL. il! .L llll H'JL U 1 1! a f'.twi i UHI
We find the following intereitlnir announce-
tnant in the Indianipulia Sentinel:
theft rector or the Indiana and Illinois com
penlet, representing the projeoted line of rail-
iwh.i, irom inuiananoiia 10 isecaiur, Illinois, met
al Mantnaum H Wt 1.t ...I .m.-i..i
" " " - ' ' .wiii-hiu , P MM SUVUlffU
a eentolldatlon of the enpitnl atook and intereita
Hi ma two companies, ana win iiertarter be
known at the "Indiana and Illinois, central
Railway Company." The route, bi will readi.
ly be aeen by glancing t the map, It through a
country at richly favored in toil and other ad
vantages, at any in the West. The engineer!
are now en the line, and will toon report the
retult of their turveya to the Hoard. It it de
signed to make aa near an air line road ai the
nature of tlio couutry will allow, connecting the
two capitals, and passing through or near the
towns or Danville, llalnbridge, llockvllle, and
Mmileiuma, in Indiana! (hence through the rich
and level prairiea of Illinois, to Decatur) from
which point to Springfield a railroad it nearly
completed, and will be running by January.
At the lime of the meeting er the lloard the
stock taken amounted to about $170,000, by
persons residing nlong the line. Arrangements
were made to canvas the field for the slock nee
essnry to grado the entire line, which ia to
be let uiul completed simultaneously In both
nawiiavTon tme 'kizt wobld.
A New York papsr proffers the following
suggestion Willi rtgrd to the Imneinr quoi-
I.1.. Ui-IH.J IJ .1 '1 II iHIIB ..J., A.1. .L. -.U
HQBDXB AMD ITKCH IAW AT OOtTWCtt BLCTT.
Tho Western Buglo, published at Council
niuff, of the I7lh, contains a long account of
u murder and aubtequint execution of the
alleged murderer, by a deoree of Judge Lynch't
court, in mm icwn. me murutr waa commit
ted at the encampment of a parly of emigrants,
about half a mile from the town, upon a person
by the name or J. C. Samoils, said to be from
Columbus, Ohio. The laoessed and one Ba.t
i moan Mots, were messmates at the ctmp) they
were to stand guard. About twelve o'clock at
night tho pnrly were aroused by a innn coming
into the enrcp, and aoying that hi horse had
been stolen; at daylight they went out and found
'. L...1.I JL...1.. -l.i.l-.J'.J.at,1 Wl'WiLl'Hf
TiMrtBAScs Aotinttsrs. On Monday ev
ening, our citlteni weYe addressed by Rev. D.
II. Spencer, of Columbia, and Rev. R. 3. Sym
ington and Judge Thomsa Ansall ef thit place,
on the aubjeet of Temperance. Since which
time a degree of interest appear to be manifest,
ed by our citiisni on thli subject, whloh ia'
highly commendable, and in a ma.sureconmtti
suratetolhe labor of its able advocotss. A
step hat been token, if'.tuocestfully carried tilt,
will banish forever (he Hlatk Hvrntrom our
midst. Fulton Telegraph.
A SMALL ITEM OF TKJt LltlcVx TBilTIC. '
A German tailor, named Slicter. torn-'
" . v ! itm Ui
May, they entered the dangerous channels of
l... 11 I ..... .
uir jiumma., wiiu me mosi unfavorable weath'
erj the sky was clouded, the wind blowing
strongly from the southeast, with u heavy sen.
About seven o'clock in the. morning the bark
passed the "Nolo in (he Well," the most south,
urn point of the Mi.nd 0r Abico, so onlled from
one of the most prominent rocks en the coast
bain perforated with a largo hole, which is
vi'ibl at a considerable distance at sea, Pass
i.g this in safety, 1'niil. Siimon steered for
Stirrun Key, whii h at 12 s.,k ten miles dis.
lent, the weather brooming more clouded and
'""I llicrcnsinif. Il t ie nrtnrnnnn IK.
There ia or.e serious objection to capital pun
ishment that we have never seen presented; and
that it a query or this kind what business has
thit world to rid Itself of its nuisances ut the
expense of me other world f We complain
of the old countries sending the acum of their
papulation here, and make it a law in this couu
try that every town shall support itt own pau
pertt acd it it not then a tourvy transaction to
ship bad men to foreign shores in the unknown
world. If hanging were annihilation, it might
be justifiable on the principles or sacrificing
the lest to the greater but if it only turns the
nun ,mmw iiimtnnirt cite, we should lind out
" ni me wiernon, ine , , ' . auouiu una out
Vessel ketlt (ill Iir ..nuraa m.!iI...,. ! l . first Wliethrr h ( rnt.l ...I.... I., i .
any kind, but ut hulf pust eight o'clock she " " P0M,D'e l '" 'hat he ia Torced on socio.
. . -.iiiiKrn rorn. oti whmi me remain-1 ', ""' n" "" reusn lor mat than those
e4 for about lirteen minutes, during which lime : wno,ee It to expel him. We should have too
........ . ."i - .imp iiiiuiiiij 10 voie lor cap
she receded extensive dmnge. The Captain,
it appears, had t sunset lost tight or the Key,
and supposed that it Uv to the south, as he had
irrrcu norm-wen irom iZ o clock. A few'
New Yuan, MiT
minutes before the H.-. ident however, he chan. t Tl" F"nkiin hn "rived with dates from
ed hiscnuri. trerin, I.- .v. j I.ivernonl to Mav lOlli.
i no America arrived umI on the Oih. and the
rcii iiuicii, hi iinviifriii iiicy weni oui aim lounu ...i ,i j. w . , i . . f.
Samuel, lying abnut ten feet from the cump lire, I , .h e it' tli 1 " iiV'BV ?' 1 1 ,
on hi. back, with hi. head severely brui.eS, hi. LT U " it Itt K t"t0";
skull broken in several pluccs, !nd hi. ncck t'V nJH'I''i; on the floor, and
unrtl at off wltt. Li.nL ...,....i ! P'"eJ "" or a .hot gun in hi. mouth.
t'o bo'an axe, which was round 1, Ing n iir I . K5XTh.h,'f',f ' MX"cth.
body covered with blood. Hi. coat ,,nd pnnta-r' ' """i I'"" 'u,h,d
loon, had been opened, and his belt, containing .j ,7lf ' TK!'?. l k'i iP"ftao,U P"
some $300, hadleen taken ofT, and Muer war "S'Vl"'f: ' d bodyf ,e hW
not to be round. Suspicion felt upon him, and "i'l A h flr U,t V'.i p0rU?. f h',t
active exertion, were Set on Toot by the SI .riff. I ft," ?wa Ki
for hie arrest. A coroner', jury wa. summoned i J? f .ort,on of lho c,otuJ n'1
and about the time the body or the young man a ' " , ..; t
was placed in the w.gon to bo removed to the Bn . . ,f ,lr,nK 7
Court House, Mu.r returned to the camp. He !? . h -Irro" ,t,?,cUd b 'he re.?k'
was arrested. Groat excitement pervaded the W .T" . M.'W ". ..o in.en.ible
town, and it w. tugge.led that the prisoner ItI,. li-E .1 ..Ji.
be lynched. Hut hoxva. t.Ken to tho Court iTV.t
House and confined in the upper room and! . I' 'J ' ' .i"!1 lhl ' rm of
..ui.u. uviiiki w,ii meviiaoiy perisll.
Such Incidents as the abova, and others
xtill moro terrible, do not occar in only ona
locality, and nt long intcrva!, but they are,
a while, however, and when lho body was di.- occurr'g everywhere, ami almost etery"
nosed for the enquiry, the officer, were alarmed I They are as inseparably connected
oy mo nppearance oi a puny wno demanded me' wnn uic lntior trntlio is cause ami efleot.
possession or the prisoner. The Sheriff rtmon-,0. Tetn. Urtfan.
stroted, but to no purpose. The emigrants took ...
the man in custody, and proceeded to try him.' , J!fOnr eititens will bear in mine that neat
A judge, jury and 'officera were appointed; and. Saturday, the iMih inst., is the day appoint!
despite the remonstrances or the District Altor-.")' l',c Mnyor of this city lor the election of n
ney, and others, the trial waa proceeded with. Judge of ihe Hannibal Caurt cr Common I'lea,
At the conclusion r the examination, the jury to till the vaeancy ctested by the resignation oi
declared the prisoner guilty, and sentenced h'im!lhe 'on Wm. M. Cook,
to execution ut 0 o'clock that evening, ot or' McUoksoi.ii altlviurh warmly solicited
near the spot Where tho murder Was committed. "J" numerous frendt has deeliund being a can
Clergymen were admitted to him, but he pro. didtc for the office. Air. Hri is the only
tested his innocence of this crime, though guil- candidate. HniiuiUnt Messenger.
ty or others. At the hour appointed, the man ;
was taken to the spot, a rone thrown over the' A NT F.I) f
.v Arrm;. ran to ttic Pbintixo lltir!
ironed. Tho examination proceeded. Far a
time the people (mostly emigrants,) were uui
et. The Sheriff addressed the crowd, and they
agreed not to be guilty of any violence. Arier
ed his course, utrerinir writ In- ..mk J j:j
4 ,. " r -J una n,u
not iiisrovir lit! ittidiitL'M il.. .
tinrk sirnrL. Tl.- .......... ., Arctic on the Oth.
the doomed vessel at this moment was terrible1 ' FI" , ,r0Pt,on (rlv" to Mrs. Stowc
in the extreme. Abaut fitteen minutes elapsed : l Su"0.r ,,,,14C he 7lh, whn the Ta.
berore she wore olP, In it she had tcareelv t moU,e , . n'H' women of Kngland waa
...... w. ..... wnrn m sirucic on another.! k , "hm.ch m pt ina jicr.
and began to fill with water so renidlv . . ! Ueecher.
limb or n tree, and adjusted round his neck
the prisoner then mounted on n mule. whiWi
was driven from under him, and tke fall broke
his neck. Tn tho last, he protested his inno-
rn i.i;i a.wu.n cnu:u,
render Ul l .bor et the nun.B utrl. I The diseussion of tho Dudect continued in
' i I'arliaentlhe Miuistrv in all r.ir. nl.iinl.,..
a tnalaril. tl ! ...!. .1... .1 .
- - j j . ....... iiaiu uim ino wnole
At midnieht the wilir h.,! . ,1.
on the sinking vessel that it was four feet in
the hold, and at 4 a. m., eight feet. Scarcoly
had the day dawned, when it was announced
that there were ten r.et of water in the hold,
and the pumps were abandoned in despair
The boats, the last resort of tho terror stricken
passengers, were unshipped from the davits!
but, of four or five, all except two were
ewamped. The Captain and his crew, and
bout thirty passengers, got into these, the re
waimlcr, numbsring a little leu than two hun
dred souls, being lelt. rrom terrible necessity,
to their fate. There they stood on the deck
vainly calling for that assistance which it was
impossible to render without risking the live,
of the fow who had got into the boat.. fiw
minute ixfttr Mry . Me mjrf vtnt ro,.,,, and
on board, niimoerin tihmti one hundred ant
xctniu human beings priihtd. Finding it m
possible to keep the boats together, they were
oompelled to separate, nnd afi.r tossing about
aomo hours, tho crew and passenger. In them
w-ero picked up. It would appear that one or
In boats waa manned cirirclv by the crew all
tVe passengers being crowded Into the other.
Or this, however, we are not certain, but sup.
posed that there were three or four or the crew
n the boat containing the passengers.
Arter beating about lor some hours, a. we
bave said, the Claptain. fir.t and tecond mates
nSkrer.kT" Uheu'.k)r &P- Edward
r,obb. of tho br.K Reuben Carver, bound rrom
Ngua La Gr.n.la to this port. The haste ia
which they were compelled to leave the vessel
Vendered it impossible forlhemto save any pro!
perty, and some were glad to cacape only Lir
Ircsed. Cant. Cobb inform. ... .)... 1.
the passengers taken up by 0 vessel, which he
erie. will pass with hut r.
' - ' i.ivuiiii:h-
The demand ror flour i gofl and prices stif
Ter. Corn, demand mederste prices favor
buyers. Holders of lard are firm, with moder
ate salts to the trade. Heef sad ,,rl, A)
Philadelphia, May 24lh.
The Presbyterian li
uvoviai ABBucrnuiT, Kfw
achool, were in session U Hay. Phili.lelphia
.w. nvjijcai meeiing,
The Huron arrived last niirht from A.nin
wall, which she left on Ulh. P'n"
A fire oflaurrsd in L' ..
... . s; . j uico, mmt cen
tre or Sacramento and Stockton streets. The
uuuo.og. were or wood, and the fire threatened
the destruction or n vast amount or prober.
but through the efficient endeavors 0 the fire
department, it was confined to a few building,
and the losa wat trifling. -inga,
The Governor in his message to the L,Pi.t,
jure, tar. In relation to financial affur.?'
there will be a deficiency of $ 11 2,000 in the
present year for the interest debt alone
New sjoM discoveriet havt been mad. in
Negro Hill which are ,.M ,0 be "
two men took out 500 in one day. Yx,.ntive
turroce digging, have been disc'overed in Z
v c mty or Sacramento City; placers ,t
IlollnW nl I) nmnn.1 ... vrf'on
ivio,;; zri ,,ettr wviii.1
work almont entirely of the emigrants. Rep
BALE IN KIBXWOOD.
The Trusters or tbo Kirkwood Association
cence. or the crime. This lynching waa the Jud ,M.rM mffu,,V h thi wlo,,
kt' alt L t Imni I Alitl trail w xl I It A MM I ut I 1 .
toini, turn as ptlrn, Vr.
R. t:. M.Kuwnu:,or kj.,i,s looted
XJ mar New I.undon, Mo., at which place he
hare decidcdtop.it the folio wine: condition in t n ,, t i 1 T.
their aerdaotc.nvevanea.rSt. l.ouia Detn... "1 , ,.rMle,,,,on.!,Il ''. tiruN
crat. ' L without tho use ol the knile or Uurv. il
''W'dfJ.That the said grantee, nor ony'w" nl"0 Pctir upon the principle of ...
party or person cUiming under him, shall not ut, nx no iay, und with lililo pmii to th
any time htreafter until the expiration of ten Patient. All puraona doairing to n him,
years from the first day of July, eighteen hun- d I'ette: write o know wlun ud wherti
dred and fifty three, erector establish on said he can tic setn. He will treat nil case
lot and premises any butchering establishment, placed under hi- care al St. Louis, unni-
slaughter house, soap Nctory, gambling hmue, Iml or .New J.,,uim, and if he doea n
dram shop or house for tho retail of spirtuous,'KiV(. ,.e,lVct hutiafuctioa alter undcrtak
vinious or malt liquors, ner any establishment Ti.. i, ...:u , f unaeriaxi
giving extraordinary yield.
Dates from Honolulu are to 6th April
The thip Murray arrived at Honolulu from
ateamap IniUnnn.loB.. .
- - ..-r...-..,v, ..uiauen on board M
.,.J..i.i . , , ' '" wnien ne Margarita jj.iy tnreo murderera nnm.j a l
.55 1 ! .n. I lhlno PP"hension. j man, Stewart and Thompson fr.m ? K"
need be entertained ofthe patseneera who d I to "ompson, rrom Sacramen-
their ,r.n I,, i. rv v ' ir.-fj n0 mae ;
... ... llk,, . , Ileriai
H I LCIIRI8T 10IITER,
Attorney t Law,
i ,(i,,0 New Bltdh,r, aame, r.io .B, g.tst election.
il.. i.. i .. .
ford.,ncing or other amusement or acting on1 , . ' uc,ru1a" penae Incur-
r. . .n ..... O led. I.Oltri .nM ... ..... I ,.
p.. piiu wi iiciiuiihi orpil-
cation to Ur.ti. I. KHSTLEY, iNew
mall liquors, ner any
Sundays, or any other nuisance."
Wiley llofl'man, of Emanuel county, (in. London. Mo
wax killed by Mi wife on the 1st inst. He -
was Intoxicated, nnd hud been whipping NO IIU.MJ JUGEUY ! ! !
Ver, nnd presented ugun at her, when she JVWVSV
ihot hint in the lirensl with a pistt I. Hej iCJ'tSz
pursued her for aomo distance when he fell: JKW
endexpirod. She delivered lierielf up and rP n- STKVKNS.oppu,itetiie city Hotel, h.sjnst
was required to give bail foi her appear-J".c,Xr.,-.i'? ,;l!i"0,! ' 'fr stock, ih.
. " "fKesl a5rnieiit ot Jewelry ever broniht to Hanm-
anCt- 'ii'-Kii't '"V.,,M ,M' '' " at IU above
A young woman about twenty year, of .'T ' ,T, f ' i er ''"v ')' ftd the richest
nco. vn imprisoned ia the
prison, tt Philadelphia, last
har nwn rnrinaii ia ihiriv daua Nti rvnn " k vnun. i.grKtii. tinm nh. Vast au.t r' i
as a reaion, the want ffood, friand.,and SCffiffi
Aecordeons, tiuu.siiol R......i n..f...
V.'"-T and most eximtiveatsertmm Is of ,tche. and ji?
Mnynmeiiaing shy, silver .,. a n.ted W.r,on. atta, uZn oM."li
t ThutMday, at .anJ Silver l erer Walehes, Ure..t.,i,,f
iv. She Knvo f7. ' Ub..XV
. '2Q. nTi .0iU.:'?'ch.',,J0!' '"itio.. e.rerullt re
, ...vn- ...... ..m. m.OOtf
... . . ... . i ,.
Transactions in the markets are small.
heavy and marketa depressed, with little pros-
AM. frT Au..,.li. .,. ... rtr,.fl. f rYAffl'IS'SJIS; J
shipment, or any surplus stock to that point. and the public (rentrally, that I have arain f UL
There is a little better feoling in flour to-day. 1 'n"'''u lho manufactoraor hoois and Khoesofthl
Mess pork $27 00 to $28; hams 20 to VU. ig XnlTlZn "M w,'.?inJr ,ic,,, "
Dt.rr36 to 37 l-2c, and lard 22 to 23o. Hoots ' lZSTS e!
and shoe, have .old at 30 per cent less than Hie best article or l
heme cost. k!l,iVd"I.0 upPr ,H r hieh w,) Blk, , '
;.nn-i mi .... piu.ri.ii nntire.
oii.vcn niiisK in uioaoiA. A vuluabl" sr&no(
.liver mine i. .aid to have been di.eovered in Sl Tu
for the .(Tie. of C ffd
'l0'"'" next a"
W Shop o Hill ,tr?,t , f,w , f g.)m. .
don county, Geors-ia. on a lot bclomrin t'.rV ,7 L'" ".P. '"nsumly o.hsnd an eisoMi,
m M r m . a ,w wi hw "II Wtls KIR DOOll 1 Blta
I .- rane wq-.iormariy or Marietta. The a ho.., which I will w.rr..,i ta i.":;'.?. -M
9 tu m. aj . a. a. a . . . . w di r w liaati
ertitorortne Advooate say tie has heard for rebl-illmwtrj,
,tne last twelve or nneen year, that the Char.' .
ikes, were acquainted with the locality of ailw.
mine, in that aection of Georgia. Til. trndiii.n 1 " ? ! I"8"
lhas been in annarenllv authentic n I. illlw- " itAiLHi.U. as a rr.,t;j.,.
tittle doubt or their existence, and tbn o,... ' re-election to tha nKrm i .
'were known to the India.,.. . Pr
i DO". We are outhorized to announce Vr
Tims v iiatih.t. ...
.,tfrTT Covrr, of Mmion County, wtd