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HANNIBAL DAILY JOURNAL.
O t'LKMKNB, K.DITOH AND PUBLISHER.
SATURDAY tVlNINO, il'WE 4, IMS.
TUUf'l OITttX DaltT J0CXN4JL
laiivanc, St for tarn ill
TEAKS Of ADVXKTISHtO
IK THK. DAILY JOUKNAi.
First Initrtioti, Fit o Cents a Mm I
Ksca In.trtltn afterwards, Te M a Hslf tend
'"AdvortlMsttnt will m ptiblished free six te twttve
dsyi at Te CnJ a Wet lot etch lasriun, latludtng
An ArrnnxTKBi to thr 1'mintino Ucsishi!
TH BtOOXXKQTOIf UTTIUCAX.
The editor ot th Bloomingtoa Republican
ought to be complimented on the hot that he li
growing little more circumspect in his charges
Instead of leveling hit batteries of abuse at Han
nibid, generally , he new denounces "tonxtptoplt,'
only, who, he think, "tmk t control Hanni
bal" thereby intimating the only lemlble
opinion he ever penned for hit paper vis : that
"tome people" ere not successful, but only "tttk
to control Hannibal," if, as he broadly asserts,
Vf re bo ny in thlt city who deiire "to bring
her citizeni to look upon the back country and
neighboring towns, ni 10 many Inboreri tent
hack upon their landtd estatei, te produce and
forward to them the production of the toil uud
totk rimer." We begin to have tome hope
that he will return by eaty ttogce to common
sens and decency. The true reason for hi al
ttrAtion f tactic it, that he is not tupforttd by
1ht pt' fir. Ye litre it from good authority that
there it nothing like the indignation he repre
hend in Macon county. All the fuat it mad
by two or three person in nieomington; nnd
nearly ell thote who aufTered themtelvet te par
ticipate in the "indignation meeting" held there
sometime since, are tick of their connection with
th.it ridiculous affair.
Tht editor of the Republican in every absurd
man, altogether. lie hat taken it into hit head
ihnt Hannibal can somehow be benefitted by the
rkui oi i lumyre ana viuincy, ana mat the u
Me and willing end trying to kill both! AM
nenentc, oT courte.
Hit cure for a tcandaloui mouth would bead-
ministered tn a needy putiont, if he were to take
The stamped letter envelop will not be it.
tied till the ltt of July, when an ample tupply
will be ready.
In a tuit recently a merchant recovered, $1 18
from a telegraph company, for dumagti en ac
count of pecuniary injury untamed in conte
r,uence of a mistake in tending e ditpatch.
The Cholera hat broken out in Tenia, but it
i thought it will not visit Europe thi time
An election wet held in St. Louit yesterday,
n the quettien of borrowing $100,000 to be
expended on the harbor.
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ttOK mzx MCXIYD TBI KMUmtO.
Sol Cn i ir. The Edinburgh (Scotland)
Witness rlcently published th following no
'San or a Wira. By en application for a
summons made a. the Lambeth Police Court, en
Wednesday, it became known that a blaokwrmh"
named Turner lately purchased e wife, 1ft the
penon of a Mrt. Huntley, for" a pot of beer end
a three penny pie.' " ,
A company hat boon formed In Iowa, to build
a road from Davenport to Le-Cltire or from
the foot to the head of the Upper Mississippi
There wat a great fire at K.ilomssoo, Mich!.
gan, on the night of the iilUh. Depot ana ware.
house tntalloss warehouse partly intured,
Itott, $20,000. At the tame time a man nam
ed Backus wai burned to death.
Dy a recent decision of the t'nited State
Circuit Court, the "Floating Paluce it taxable
by town er city ooiporalions, to tho tame extent
and in the tame manner, at if the exhibition
were on land.
At Vera Crux there wat antinsiirrretion latt
month, which lasted three daj the 17th, 18th,
and l?tli. During that period the business of
the eity wat suspended, and VeraCru revert
ed to tome tuch condition at during the late
war. The content wat between the National
Guard of the city and the troopt of the line, and
origiaated in an order tent down by the new
Administration to muster the Guard into the
regular army. Nearly fifty toldier of the Na
tional Guard were killed and a great many on
both aide wounded.
Truax Yool Who would hot thank the
donor, if he were te receive tuch a large and
hnd tome coquet at wat presented to a friend
of our to-day, and which earae from Mr. Jonn
Fat' garden. All the varieties thowed a high
ate of cultivation. We were presented at the
same ime with tome ttrawberriei, one of which
wat ihrt incAei nd half in circumference I
It had a delicious tsste, too. We were alio pre
anted with tome gooseberries, lurgei than many
arietiet of plums. Mr. Far hat else tome
fine looking quince and green-gage plum trees
Tie i determined that Hannibal shall have a
GsRDtN one that for excellence, beauty and
variety of its vegetables, fruitt end floral pre
auctions, will not be excelled In the State.
By the wty, G , that pretty boquet of
yours it eclipsed I
SsitMBLE Ptoril) IX SoWTII COLIA TS.T
The friend of Temperance in South Carolina
nave mued an appeal to the rcligioue public,'
in favor of th Maine Law. and a cardial a.
operation with the Temperance movement of
other Stetes. It ia aigaed by Judge O'Neal and
other, and urgee upon Carchmana the good
xamnle civeiitlim kv Xfalna. Af..k. ......
Vermont and Rhode Island, and summon them
tn, M er old, te 'stand beside the descendant
or the ril?nmr, the ton of the old and nobl
'tr, in a struggle for 'Liberty.'
t'nrr-apouttoni-.ff r lh RtpubIM an.
Bapitst Osatrsl Aswoifloa.
STf:MOAT Ci.iDtMiif, May .'tOih, ISCkI.
The Associuiion adjourned yesterduy, after
continuing it session tor five dnya duys uf
such delicious weulher as gluriuus old November
cannot beat so sot t and cool was the air, all la
dsn with the fragr. n;e o' early tpri-ig,
I never had dreamed the halt concerning the
capabilities of Miisuuri, until taking this jaunt.
Those planters of Howard, and "all the region
round about,' are so many prunes many of
them live in magniAccnt style, and treat their
guests with more than princely hospitality.
would esteem it a vasllv rreater honor to be tile
guest of such host and hostvie u these, tluin
lobe "LncloTom Mowe, ami stoop to the
varnished flatlerrics of the Duches of Suther
land, and other tilled busy-bodies.
This anmvesary or the ucuerai Astoeiation
wat, parhups, more largely attended than any
which hat ever been held belore. there were
comiderably over otto hundred delegatet present,
representing almost every section or the Mate.
Keporle were presented on me mole nnd Mis.
tonary operations, which elioilud ablo and
thorough discussion. Sermons were delivered
by a number oi talented preachers. Among
those from abroad, we might mention the names
of Doctors Lynd and Maolay, and Rev. J. 1..
Waller, a trio who are actively engaged in ef
forts to bring about a revised version of the
scriptures; with what success they ere labor
s "... :n : w?. .1...
mir, lime niii uciorniina. unuiininii umi
onlv a venr small minority of the ll.tntiits of
the Union are ready to endorse this movement.
In concluding, 1 will add, that the uoneral
Association numbert within its limit twenty
five subordinate Associations, four hundred
churches, three hundred preachers, and about
twenty-five thoutend members of these churches
William Jewell college, and several nourishing
tohoolt, are under the direction the denomma
jinaixja. ..in t iiu'aiu ju - .f..n...L..Lifl
Sinecua CoixcidiucI. A correspondent
of llje riaoer Herald it npoDtible for the fol
lowing r , ;( i
A ewritM took nlsoe on the tilnht of the
flOth ult., at tht Nevada ltotel a lady, net un
known to the California public, to a gentleman
from Kentucky, now a cititen et this State, lie
being the fifth upon whom the had conferred
Hymeneal nonort, and the tmru wnose neaut
are yet above tho tod. Dy a strange concalanu
tion of oiroumiutnoet her two last liusbandi, be
tween whom and herself all marital duties had
ceased to exist by the operation of the divorce
law, Itnd put up at the INevada House on the
same evening, Ignorant of the fact that their
former "care spot a" had rested under tho same
roof with themselves, end also that they hml
both, in former yeari been wedded to the same
huly, Next morning they ocoupled tests nt the
hretkfast table opposite the bridal party. Their
eytt met with mute, but expressive attoniah
ment. The lady-bride did not faint, but brave
ly informed her newly acquired lord of hor lin
gular situation, end who their guests were.
Influenced by the nobleness nf his nature and
the huppy impulses of his heart, ha summoned
L! ' . LI. I I l W I
nit preucccssort o ins nriuai ciianiocr, mm ins
warmest greetings nnd congratulations were ex
ohunofd between tho four in tho mot unre
served and friendly manner, Tho two ex-lords
frankly declared that they ever found in the la
ly an excellent and taithlul companion, andtliul
tkey wero the author t of the uillicultiet which
produced their separation, tho csute being trace
ablo to a teo free indulgence In the use of intox
Icating drinks. The legal lord and master de
dared thut his affection for his bride was strength
ened by the coincidence, and that his happiness
was increased, ii possible, by what Had occurred.
After a few present of specimens from their
well filled purses, the partias separated the
two ex-husband for the Atlantic States, with
the kindest regards of the lady for the future
welfare et her former husbands.
Not the least singular circumstance attending
the above, is that the three wero all married mi
the 15th of December.
1 11. J ..lU"Jiei 4"W'W 'tHUT .aT ,
V to Qf TRRjmtSll!!.
0, her bsir Is si dsrk at the nldalnght
: And hsr It Jik the klsdllnt Ore.
' A 4 hsr voles is si twtet ss the tphlt't velve
That clioMI with tht seraph's lre.
Rut her nail srs si thsip as a ItitUnf Tora,.
And hsr arms ars aistreng si a atar'i
Sh pulled ray aair atd.foiigid my j
Aud ih kicked s dvwn tht'stslrs.
I've got rat ah tys that Is end ef glsu,,
And I've got ine a wig tint's new, "
Th Wig Ii I'lliltd lu corkKtfW cutis, .'
And my eye Is a olomkd bias. '
k lis rasy lUk het kuueVlst ftill in y fe, .
And put tht liuip tu my btsiJ, '
And hold the broomstick over tay htt l .
Kut I'm not st all aiW.I. '
For I've bound hir ever to xsep Ih ptaae,.
And I've buuUt u a ctsb-iise tan
'Lh poliremsu will coiae, aiidtksjiistice t 0,
H she wxlillti with sgim.
My liesd Asa a wet a ia tb linen tp,
Ami my eye a uiontb In the pslcli
I iii'tri lliuught that tlie loictl of lar
Wuiild lii(ht nidi a briuislsn watch.
On Tuesday lust, Mr. ieaTl)ov,ol lort
Inml, ifiied in company with Mr. t'luer,
the agent of Sliakspeare )Jlvisisn of the
.'Sous ul Teinperonct, the l'olict Court and
Loik-np, ia this city. Mr, Dow spoke
kindly to the prUanerv and shook hund.
with iliein. Ho was introilucciHo them u.
tliu author nt tho .Muine Law, and moie
thnu onu "tunl bli hini" lullowed hiin n
they tell the prinoti. When the ullker drew
the' lull, Mr. Dow lemuiked, "W put
ciukt nnd (Ictnijohtii of rum in places liku
this, iu I'ortlmid, instead of men." The of
ficers oi' the Court, and with whom ho came
in i:onl:icl dining U A, were highly
iiltaed wild lii.-t utlnhlo manners, geulk
iiiunly iippDuiaiioe nnd Jilcasant uountcn-
mice. Huston .Mas. Uiln lhmt.
Hi u A.n t 1 low lo he rid of the little ims
cuts who run out upon the chiim, nnd climb tho
lumps of while nignr when company is iutotou,
jusi if they were initJ- this i Me tnetiuii
with imiiiy a householder, A rurrcpnmlcni ol
the Cultivator tays :
"Several yours ii, mv father rented a house
. uhii.ii uverrun W illi ilu ni, and thry wer dr.
i' loni the Unio
Faint fsr Boasts.
Wc nre asked it' there Ih nut somelliitit;
butter limn white lead tor painting suti.lt
oi houses ( and if oil in better for htiug
boiled. Our expeiitmce enables tin to an
swer both these question in the utTinna
tive. Hut in regard to the fint imjuiry,
few people will tuke advice, is wo hnve hml
occ.nsion to nl'Ui vc. In tin countrv it h
hr.-ome n inost n uuealion ol iriniu 1 to . siroyed lu the lollowinv nuiincr! A tnece ot
paint a dwelling unv other color than luiK-burk hickory UrkJ was i, upon tho
while. Wo have been told that the new ;"' lll01 r""1')' iiere they seemed to be
Itinu puint, for this purpose, is likeiv to '"est, and it attracted .hem..-.ndeMl its. emed
re durable than white lend, nnd that the " , , , "7 ti I ' : . . i l f . 7 '
rellecilon U dearer; ut thi. w. ciu.ot . .. Z ' Z l "L '.r
I t-.- t. ...s tsMts m v tss. tvnK, nr 1 W vsj Itll s. lift III
penk Irom experience. ; in 10)ir ur ,WOi wni, Wlh p ,,, , , .
Ot all substance lor body putnt, nMiuni : -cr- ,luL,n iuiu iLe tire and th. lurk i .
has yel hvrn troujiht into use which is Mitrp lor them sgain. In our ruso this wat an
Th ftapli ImprsTtmtot-la Wtrk tt b Ceramtaitd.
The Keokuk Dispatch has the following
nformation to regard in the improvement
of th Kapidt in the Upper Mississippi :
VVa have seeu a letter to Gen. Van Ant
wcrp, under dale of 2M Inst., at Torre
Haute, Ind., from Maj. J. Q. Floyd, who
lays : "l am about to make a survey of the
Desmoinei and Kock Uiver Kapida, urtpara
torv to letltnff. We shall be there, by the
first week In June." Mayor Floyd desires
Gen. van Antwerp, to aid linn in th or
ganlxation of a company, to consist of a
couple ol flagmen and some half a dozen
oarsmen, that trier may be no unnecessa
ry delay in proceeding to work on his ar
rival. Alto, a leltet has been received from ih
Hon. Chas. Mason, of Washinstou by
James L. Kites, of this place, stating that
it had been finally decided to make th im
provement, by blasting and removing thtt
rotks so as to make a cnannei which sua:
ta six feel deep below water mark.
. ., , I. i
iitirauic as tne oenres. lcnow oenre,
which i a native oxide t iron, when IVae
rom impurities, and ground in coou boiled
insecd oil, will hold both its place nnd col
or better than any oilier pigment in use.
Good article, wee from crude iron, should
be worth cents per lb. White lead
mixed with boiled oil will not make so
cleni a coat as in raw oil, but it will be more
" SultUstf aktlaiittr."
We learn that the Rev. Dr. J. S. Tmlijon,
of Neville in thi oountv. committed suicid hv
cutting his throat with a rator, about five o'clock
on Saturday night last. He had been utrring
for some months with a very depressed condi
tion of health and spirits, the latter caused by
the death ot a favorite son, Mr. Tomlinson
was formerly president of AuriisIo, Ky Col
lege, afterward pretident of Ohio University
at winens, ana more recently eppoiwea to a pro-
ressorship in a college at opringnald, Unto.
He wat a man of rare attainments as a soholar.
and, we believe, occupied a high atanding in the
Meihoditt f.piseopal Church.
P. S. We learn further, that the act et self
destruction was premedialed. A letter was
round in hia pooket assigning his reason there
for. They were steatd te be, ill health the
lots of a favorite son, during the last summer
the absence ot an income adequate to the neces
sities of hit family, exciting fears that they
might come to wantand other rcatont, whith
although involving no culpabilijy en the wrt ef
1 t t:T t- !l.. j .tut.
any mamurroi nn iaitiuy,ii nomu at improper
nere to repeat. uierinoni vou.
The Coroner held an inquest yesterday after
noon at the Police Court on th body ot Jsmei
Hammond. He wat suturing severely with de
lirium tremens, and was first taken to the Board
ot Health offioe, but refused admission. He
wat placed there ia lieu of a more fit place, and
he died in a short time. , He was a very intem
perate man. He leaves a wife and children, and
was about 35 years old. He had been engaged
for tome time past in Belcher's sugar refinery.
Verdict death from delirium tremens, ctuicd
by intemperance. St. I.ouit Herald.
The following pragriiph, we May b oure i
from California. It isl'aliforaiaish.-evervline
of it. Sharp, i urt, dcvil-in.iy?are in its style,
and equally so in its tubstsi.i e I .
Shot. A negro, while attempting to enter a
house in Sacramento street, was shot in ti e
head, Tho ball struck just above the eye, and
had it not bean for the thiokaeis ot the skull.
might h;ive been fatsl. He alleged that he su)
I pised that he was going into hi matter's house,
ami did not see lit nmlake I. II informed by thi,
In an adjoining town are two so called first
class hotels, where liquor hat heretofore been
told, l he proprietor oi one et them, bung ad
dicted to the use ot the ardent, was drunk a
good portion of hit time. One diy last week, af-
iur nit u nau put nuu cemieriaeiy to Den,
, ..... . - .
wiiue arunx, tne went into tne oar room, and
thence into the cellar, end emptied out all tho
grog in the houte. The nex morning, ea aris
ing, ne naiurany wennea ins w ay to the bar
for a 'hair ot 'th dog that bit him" when hit
was informed by the bar-beeper et what had ta
ken place," 'I'A be even with her,' he exulairtH
ed, and straightway went and signed the pledge
Mo taste not, touch not, and handle not An
effort was then made to iaduoe the other land
lord to discontinue the traffio. He said he
would sell no more, it his neighbor would not,
wheu he was shown the pledge which that
neighbor had just signed. He immediately
emptied hi bar, and on hist Monday evening
both were initiated into the Tempi ot Iktaor ot
that place. Detroit (Mich.) Tribune.
It is said that Thurlow Weed, of the AU
bany Journal, Is on the eve of his departure,
lor Rome,, with a view of, btcovnjlng av
Catholic. . ,
A. wife, cannot make home comfortable)
who "dears" and "my lov and "pets" aer
husband, and don't sew th button on bjs
ihlit ortape-on his drawees.