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IINNIBAL DAILY, JOURNAL
tl CLEMKNS, KDIfOH AND PVPMtwf.lt.
THURSDAY KTEMISO, JUNK Owi
TJUJU Off tBl BAKT JOtfBIUW
UAlTM $1 tsf UkTM smth.
1ft THK DAILY iOUMNAl.
Tint laiertlen, rie C'eais I Lint
, &ek InnrUet. enervates, Te end e Half Oats
AiteerllssiMnte will bo misUitus" free ill te twelve
dsya it Te Csuis Llueitor ease losenle, Inslu4tn
Aj Arrnwrica to tub Phintihs DumnhsI
Mr. Dunlap, who hai a blacksmith shop
a fa w miles from Hannibal, cam near loilng
hit Ufa short Uma since, by an appartntly
trifling er.cldenl. Ha cut the and of hU
dml slightly with hit penknife. Tha
AueJa arm soott swelled, and a ted streak
extended from tha thumb to tha thouldor
bluUi large kernels appealed under the
armpit) tha gland of the throat were much
ivolUa, and all the iklll of hie physician
barely aneWed lha euflerer to aieapa lock'
jaw, within two or three doyi after tha ac
cident. He Is noev recovailng, but will pro
bubly toiu lha and of hie tltumb.
TKX 1281X0 UXOCSARQ MAX
Tha Courier claims to be the leading Damo
oralis organ ia the eecond Congrsaslonal DIs
triet. Whet ia the Biaie of wenJar it meant
by thalf lls eny tew DomoeraMo question
soruog up 7 er deee It expect ta eprlng any up
on the Democracy, etpeetiag ite dlelum to be
taken ei suffioltnt reason for ite edveoeoy P If
it Intends to follow ea la lha eld beaten track,
and think Just III luburlbere hive thought
alt tbtir liveii whit otn It asm by tatting tip
f er a Wing Dmuocratle pspsr P The Courier
certainly meditates something desperateper
hspi going ever le the Banian w mg I We thill
await with anility the developments of the fu
ture eeune of the "leading Democratic ergtn ot
the 3d Congressional District." Or perhaps
the editor thlnko ItevfM te be a leading piper,
beeauie it Is published In Hsnnlbsl, snd ln
tends te regard It ei auoh, whether anybody
else does or net. Well, well I Smarter people
then the editori of the Courtir ere semstlmsi
overcome bye spssre of vanity.
To open the fir it ehapttr In ks nswly sssum
ed leadership, we suggest that It potut out dls
tlnotly the polati ot dissension between the
"hit; end Domeoratio parties, and tell ui why
the measures favored by the latter are better for
the country than these advoeated by the former.
We wint the editor te name eaeh one of the
maiurai, which, In hit eplnlon, era advoeated
by the Democratic party for tka Country's good,
and eppeied by the Whig party for the eoun
try's 111. Let us have nodedgtng end whipping
ereund the stump, or parrot's Jargon sbout gen
eralitici, all of which amount to nothing when
tbey ere ialJ but we went ths resaiursi, eae b
me dielinotly pointed out snd let ui behold
for eurielvei, the fonndetlon of tha pretended
great necessity for a 'leading Democratic organ
in tha 2d Congressional Dlatrlot," and tha high
prctiDiion ot the Courier, that it le the very
To assist the Courier la the task we Impose
we suggsnt a Drmooratlt platform which we
flatter ourselves Is In the main aunt correct!
1st. The Dsmocrsllo feeders wait to keep the
2d. Te effect this , the Demooratle mosses must
vote ee the Democratic lor lere dlreot.
The Presbyterian General Assemblies eve In
full blast, one at Buffalo end the other in Phlla.
delphin. In the New School body yesterday,
the proceeding were quite inttresting. Dr.
Cox, from the Committee en Dilli and Over
tures, rnnde a report In favor or euaJry practi
es, and in oppos-.tUn to certain elhere. Ament
the topic touched upon was tha praotioe of
Unolng, which the rrpert eoadsmns, very bo
lit.ly while tha marriajte at a; man with his
niece ie regarded as Wt oscriptunl, although it
is notte be reeonVtreackd. Tha olJer brsijoh
of the thwrcb hss determined ta hold its "next
sssi a at Buffalo, while that now held ia uiT.
lo will meet la Philadelphia Beat year. ff. V.
Trib-jne. ' 1
.'n ".!, " . 11 . .".!.. 11 !..e:,j..iL"
nox fir mi txoxirzs tan noixma.
Tha Detroit Tribune ad rotates tha build
log of aa alr-llna railroad from Detroit to
Bt. LeuU. ' i ; ;
Caldwell vi, DUklnaoo irrot to Merlon
ClrttU Court. Reversed and remanded--
Rereried an4 fimandei by tha Supreme
Court last Tuesday. ' -
7k4 followkrf prctura of hta In Callfor-
nls, Is taker) from a lelterln rhenepcrbllcan
willtcn by Mr, Uowinsn,of Ban Frauelacot
It Is amusing to see a ft ash ndvehturar
coma Into the mines. , If he line a lew iiun
dred dollars, ho con buy a "clulm," and that
Is his on'y chance, lur tha good claims are
all token up. Uut what is a thousand dot
lars or sut You will take It out ia a wvekt
the t'.lntin alongside yielded lil'een hundred
In una strike. IN buys liU claim take off
hie coat and cues lo work) works like a
horse alt duy Tonci when nlir'it comes he
Inn'l sleepy and so wahss lili dirt, waits
till morning to measure hie gold( aupoee
ha hue a "uiif plUi" rlniU he lots (too dollar
nnii Jijly rtatsi looks a little disapoltteil
tnkes his hat und has seme Idea ot leaving
A miner's cabin is made or cotton cloth,
like a aammeeiina tent, with an old bur
rol over t!m fireplace for a nhlmney. Unnks
ara arranged along tha side, one above ano
ther, like tha bunks on a canal boat. There
ha rests his weary bones after a hnrd day's
worn, me neas permitting. These "wicked
fleas" are crest bores. Thry are Indige
nous to the soil, to the "manor born' nu
merous, healthy and lncrcalni. They sleep
In tha miner's blankets while the miner
works, and work whilo the miner stems.
Tha miner's furniture consists of 3 or 3
stool for saat, a greasy table, a tin vup, a
iryinir pan, a stewpnt, two or three tin
plates, an old knife and !'ork, n eollee not.
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and a nutcnerknirv, which h curried in hi
belt. Tha dishes are washed imlv once a
day, after supper. His stock ot provision
consists usuady of a snck ol Hour, n lis in
hung up nt tha Mile of the dour, a enr.k ol'
potatoes under his hunk, a few poumli ol'
coRe and super, and perhaps a bottle of
oranay tor guests.
1 he minora werdrobe Is a short storv.
A hat, flannel shirt, pnlr of pants and boots
consilium the principal Items. In the wet
dk'glncs these clothes are washed orensinn
ally. Uut few miners dip on Humlnv.
This day Is usually devoted lo purchasing
supplies for lha unsutug week) lo setlllnj
p accounts among ihcmnelvrs and with
the trade!"! to weighing the dut, and II'
time allows, thy gather together In groups
nf.der tha trees, tnlk over their nrosnerii.
compare the yield of their respectiva claims
to that ol IM last mines heard from else
where, rend the newspapers and discuss
politics. You seldom find a miner's cabin
without novels, periodicals and newspapers;
bibles ara plenty, but reldoin read. Chris
tian privileges ore not common.
"Tka sound of ths church oiii bell,
Thsse vslllss snd rocks never iisuil
Mall matter Is taken from the chief post
oflices to the mines by express. Lach let
ter costs about $1.
The following, from the ssme letter, informs
ui who get rloh In California t snd gives some
account, also of the stste of religion t
In mining, as in every thing else, espitol
must be oombinsd with indestry , and both get Jed
by good Judgment, to secure success. Aociden
tal good fortunes ere rare, just often enough to
Rive currency to the saying, "a fool for luok."
fow and then a man turn up who lft home
with Utile er nothing, and returns with his bits.
lAiry beJy hours or such but nobody hears ol
those who hsd bad luck of lawyers who loft s
good praotioe at home te hwit ior gold, now
glad of a clerkship nt physioiana wurking at
common labor by the month t of merchant.'
clerks superintending a sawmill, or a bitrroomi
or proiessora Deoommg waiiere and stswtnls ia
a hotel dining room t or of ministers and minis,
ters' sons, auotionoers at the horse market, or
cterki of a billiard room. The men who ret
rloh in California, are not usunllv those who Hi.
for gold but those who have money to buy
lour, for Instance, el $10 per bbl, ami can hold
on till it rises to $40 or hoe at 6 cants par lb.
end sell at S3 cts. The asa who have atsde
the largest fortunes heretofore, ere these who
bought real estate on buslnese corners, in 8n
Francisco, when tbey were oheajp, end Improved
the same by erecting lira proof building, and
thereby aoourlng a Urge rent tail. Merchants
who made a fair etart ad passed unscathed
through the tree sad lawyers who were here
esrly tod got their "hands in f mechanici who
worked fsithfullf tad kent aut et tmbllr?
housss, knd Dutchmen who fcoucht ohenp lots in
the baoJj psrt ef the aky and held on ta them.
Money can bo made w N CV.irernloi but
capital il Indlspensabk VTe IV'i thai listh
money, tnoro shollbe glven bat te him that bath
nothing, ahall be taken away avsa thst which
he hath." 1 '
v ' atuoiov ttr ciuroiirxA.
The lime has been when reliiion was a icarea
nrtiule In lids country, . Il Is better now. and
tns mora' ana rent ious sense or the people is
Improving every Usy. The Methodists have
iheir unnrerences, their elreuits. their stations,
their pretuliers nd eshorters all ever the eoun
try. The Presbyterians, over vlellant and in
ilustrlous, ore in all the cities snd. tows, sequl
ring sn Influence end swsying the populsr fool
In to e greot extent and the Bjpllsts sre equsU
ly Industrious, if net so numerous or Influential.
The Episoouellini flourish in' the cities, where
they have able ministers and the handsomest
churches t and the Catholics are nrssDsroue at
the old missions, In ftsn Franelsee end some
other places. The American population com
ptuln of Isck of talent In this ehuroh emont the
"fathers." Tka emlmnt nerd not fosr belnt
without his acoustemedehurch prlvilegss In this
ui. ipnnin j.i) ii ii V!mtnmmmmm!g!!&.
. TSoruf tzt in ami til xx0u.
Tssple, and peeolo who think themselves tol.
ersbty wise, lev, ere quite l serant ot what a
big thing the temfiersnee) ides lii grown, o be..
Ills e greet risk throwing a Shadow for the re
froihmont ef almost all Inads. Ons'of eur
ehsnges brlsii as aitrsets from the Stutk fadi
Tmpmm Jvnrrf,-a ysry aisallsnr and ef
Acient pspsr Judging from the eitreets from
wnioiiwe rsiner insi some ininrs wnion sre
K morally tmdentved to se riots ia this Blr at
a world, mansee to say so after they- tt to
the o'her. Hum minlfssls tha soma ability of
aorslns? and setlvltv la dotnt se as it doss snv
where, end the British Government and East)
India Company find Ike Irsffle sufSolsntly re
numorstive to 'pay,' not that they are responsU
bis stall) If tke natives will drink, ef oourse,
poor wretches, they Ssn't blsme any body but
themselves, We eepy psrt ot a memorial from
the natives ef Satera, te the Governor snd Pros
Idsnt In council, (Bombay,) presented last sum
"That we era bow Uader the government af
the English, Is by bt meant Itsslf, a esttse of
sorrow lo usf but rve ara filled with enxlstyand
alarm in the view at the fsot that the evil of
strong drink ie to Ttrlably follows tlie Introduc
tion of BrltUh rule When lhsirat ovl),once
country, The greater danger I that he will 'tsts a footing, h eannot wlihrmt much difflmtiiy
lssvs his rslltlon behind him. There srsssvebe OMdlealeJ. All remedies full. It govuhi
ral ways leading out of California to the "Gvaatiment once begin to raise a revenue from this
Highway," ot which we rend In the good book, sour so, there sssms Utile or no hope that It will
The Constitution ef California arohtblltng,""" reiwquisnea ai eruuwe lime.
the Legislature from granting charters for bank
mg purposes, Mr. Bowman ssys I
Not a bsnk bill or shlnplsstsr esn ekreutante
In California. Business is mostly don en tlie
cash princl pie. The money thet circulates most
is fifty dollar slugs. You often sse a men with
ss many ss ha can earry ea his b ick, stsggsrlng
elf te a bank ef depnlt. There ere ssvsrsl
The war In which this evil eommenei iimi
le be thnt when Europeans begin to reside in
sny plat, intoxicating liquors are in the first
Instances brought tor their use. But our peo
pie soon beeoma grant proficients in this
vice, end spend upon it those means which sre
required tor the support of their fomlUos, ihu
leaving their wives nnd children to suflsrin
and went, This slate ef thine is then turned
ihU btntitn hmita l thlfenltw. urtin iI'a a Ira. 10 SCOOUbt bv the BOVSmtBenf. which !
msndona business la the purchsse and shlpmsnt J"l revenue from the grog shops sad distil
of gold dust, snl by selling exchange. All the th P' of checking the pregm af.
business msn deposit with these banks. Ilntemperance.
Tl, village of RocUr.nd,Mo.,h..b..nn.ar. w;y;i;n
ly destroyed by fire lose $175,000. people from intempcmner.than wotttd'lt not on
Tha Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle warns tha ,Vtt,ry ,eCP11,ult b Vur l uri"'f
public against receiving tha note, of the Bonk, i'-'J; '! iithi" V.r bu,f Th
r i.i ; .i t . , i i t v, ,a1'y now resorted to by Govsrnmenl ssema
of Atlanta, the charter ef whtoh has been aoM;Xvhlly InadequaUTfor, not withstanding the lax
by the parties in Georgia te whom U was grsnt.lmpoj J, drunkenness und ruin continue t
e.l, to Goorge Smith It Ce.,.ef Chicago, R.pww i' ,
Mr. Allen, President ef the Paelf
ll - (a 1 S'O .i . a.
who are using It for illegitimate purposes. hL."'".'
I. not taken en deposit by St. Louis brok.rs. Khata iu wt h'aV'aU '
flo fUillrosd d'ink. IM littlto ruin caused by intoxlcniiKi;
1 tit V nr
The murderers, Dodge and Shew nay, have Government to save the people from ruin, v. hon
Is In New York, advertising for a loan ef four drte be oonildered. . The Government 1
mi .in i . .ii.. i tint forbid the use of that w h ch is nuiri
million, or dollara In construction bonds. xi, btpfioB, bu, u ,, ,jlt bounden lut
The murderers. Dodae and Shawaev. have Government to save the neonle from mln. ,
baon reprisved by President Pierte. Respite J trough ignoratxie and folly, sre rushing
to extend to 22d JuVy. I . iV .... ,i . ...
v i I. ,fyb thought that some are required by
Books of subscription have been epened In, then? religion louse Intoxicating drinks, and
Cincinnati ror Hock in "tlie Indiana Cannl Corn suppress uio aisiiiieries and grog shops
pmy," designed te eonstruot a canal around tlie!w,g n" UnJu,t l,H,rfN"f with the reli.
rail. f 111. OKin Tho ..tlmH-rf .O.t U f'0" pf fr,," W,,t lhe
?J L ?u7 . !' . Fwi tf 1ulr8' bv "J' rli(clon whatever. On the
$1,000,000, and it Ii expected to pay mora then tommy, all religions dissusdo from their tue
10 12 percent., at 23 cents per ton. According to our Hindu religion the person whn
Mr. Lcavy mall .gent for Kentucky and ffiVaSS'', puJl&l'Jir'S:
Tsnnes,ce, hue bsea found guilty of robbing the L not ssvsrslv condemn th. f i?.!
mail, but his term ot Imprisonment has not been : but eecordipg to no religion is it a sin to absluia
The Washington Republic Is hereafter to be
an "Independent paper.
tom their use.
' 'We earnestly, therefore, beseech the Gov
evnmeni noi to allow the groat evil of intoxlca-
tlnr drinks n enter and davaatai. i k.
We learn from tha Courier that en Friday i territory. As we are mercifully ,l
week an adjourned msetlng in favor ef the thIv,Vnd e let our oily be safely
"Palmyra and Philadelphia Plank Road" wa l5i!ljTir ITj lwrt Jl1 n,rnM 'f.thU d"MJ"
h.ld.1 Philadelphia .to
to the amount et $12,230. The meeting ad- continue from lime ta time U urgs . thai, re.
joumed to meet again In Palmyra, aa the 4th eu",,unU u ,nll Anally be granted.
wyion papere sayst
Inst., for the purpose of ergantslng a Company
and electing a Beard et Directors. The pros
pects of tha Road are reprsuntsd to be vsiy
Tobacco. -A sample of vary auperlor
manufacturing leaf has bean eantto J. W.
Booth, of this city, to be by him forwarded
to lha World's Fair, at New York. Tha
'The better olaaeoa af natlv. l.i.tl. j
the dram ahepe aa ea nnmlitgated avll and tkey
view with eurprise the eourse et government
in authorising thslr srsbllshment throuihout
the country. The widespread impressionism
that In lioenslng these shops, the government
manifests the moil hssWlsss (ndiiftretioo ta th
welfare end the wishes of tha naonU. th. u
. . r.'
' ulU,t loud and bitter com
ii sw j arc. ms .i.i -. v,
tobacco was Brown by Mr. Fortuna rTr
wnion ie daily aaat upon tha government In
compare with tha bast that can be produod
from any reelon of tha Union. Mr. For.
tuna obtained tha premiums offered during
lha last two years la this place, for auperl.
or leaf, and en thesa oeoalono his tahiAAA
bretrght 00 150 tad (31 la-WaepublfJ
a. IK v ,
Fit on ta Toauca Puove.TU IllekJ
man, svoniuoay. Artus ai ina uiat. tava tk.t
the tobacco plants, in that ooutty and tha adji
smt ones, so far ss his InformaUen extends, are
very much Injured bv a fiv tha narfor.'
leaves ef the plants la eueb oaaaar as to en
xireiy nvir grjwva.
)Muenca f ite connection with tha dranv
hepe. The whole license system Is regarded
u e,oniol. heartlese devioi for, axiraoUnt .raa
04y from ths repio.' . ,
AfimaUameuntofMoneyina little buridlk.
Tha owner can have the uma by troth
end freylaj Ut Ilia adventJemont.
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