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i DAILY J 0 II It N it I.
O. ll.KMr'NS, KDITOK ANT) IMHUKHKK.
TfiClKsiAV, AUGUST I, IW.C'
tKKMS OV THK DAILY JOUKNAI.
InAdrsnoa fln fur six months.
TKRMH or ADVKRTtsmO
IN Till: KAII.Y .lOUUN At
First Imnrlinii. Kls I nil 4 11 1,1m-;
Kcll lllM'l t IOII nllaiwaiili, T vu mi'l 1 1. ill CVltln .1
I AiHiMh.Hii.nh will lie piihlnlii.l Iiiiiii ix lolwilvn
') at Tivu Cents a I.iiiii Im pm li intuition, iih'IimIihk
hi III 'I,
,cni:Ari:ii than tub cih-.aplst,'
" BITTKK THAN THK HKBT,"
. our Huh fm lUuik mid Jnh ranting.
I Vantt d !
Alibis Oilier, TWO COMPOSITORS.
Mr. J. O. Hurry has favored the piintin of
tin city with boxes for lliair especial nri oin -lodutiou,
far which wo feel under obligations.
!r. Kerry l very eflicienl and ullenlivc rest
tester. J Ir not only attends tu liin own duties
lonely, but iflii tlml olhern connected with the
onlofliee tillond to theirs. Tim inuil.n uirive
niilt'mit punctually, under pniulty of having
it- earners promptly rin tail. Mr. Iteny is
Iso eveiling himself fur the impruvciii'Mil nf
ur 111. 11I coiniccliuiin Willi nllirr points. In 1 lii s
specially wit uiunI heartily wish linn success.
M ANITA) I I' II I N t; . Among till' Mpll (if ill
mm ill our city we hliull always iiuliri' 111 most
mm i 1 ii' ill the building 1 1 j of miy branch 0f
iiiniifai tuiei. Our onleipiiiiig fellow l ili.cu.
II. .1. Sluvi'l, bun tH'.'illy i:uiiii'Il'iI 11 lia Inlsortii-
ivoslo.y brick Imililiii.; on Main, above Mill
lll'i't. Il in lifly. seven feet nine indies front,
y snly-nue fp. t j., divided into two
. only npiul coiiipm 'Intents liy 11 partition inn
ing tho lenjlli of the building. I,, t U 0 soul'i
n portion, 011 thn first. Horn, uro fivo forges,
t the blacksmithing tonnecled willi tlio iimu
oclure of wagon mul carriages Tor which
i't luiltling wan erected. Tim second floor
(II Im until in Hie wood work. Tim lii.it Hour
tlm northern division in being rilled up for
ting mul finishinj;. There llie cast iron work
Iho wagons ami carriages will be cast mul
litlieil, Bml also the mm for it nlenm rngine to
" Jilaeod in the second Mnry to drive tho lurn
Mr. Slovr wants two or three good wagon
nnpo makers, to whuin Im will pay the
.Ileal 1 inpu
Gvion llv: ! -- Mi. Josiuh T. llinloii, 0110 of
ecdito.a of tho Hannibal Courier, has with
iwn hii eontiui lion Willi tlmt pnpr, to enj;iiie
Wininein in nome other phire. Wlinevrr ho
'V co. lie hai uur bent winlifn for his nut'i'esn.
Soma uiidi inoui hhiu-gngo plumn miidu Ihuir
ipcuinm'o in thin ollion this morning from Or.
irlon'H R.irileu. They ra a great luxury, mul
uummenil thoir rultiviilion to tho conniileru-
other citi.oiin nf gotil taste.
iiu Tiuuui'ii. Tho recent couuly election
.oui, resulted in Ihu choice of ni whin
A f w o
itiu. IMwnrd llutus wun el
.ni Court in St. Loui com
Tljo Hotton Chronielu menl
elucted J uilt) of tho
county, hint Monday.
mentions tho building
illtut city of u nhip ol l,t)lH tons !
Srbi rin: Mi iiokiii n. Tim eitizennof Stone
M;oirri rowrd ul' .$231 for tho iippro
doi of William Diiiumit, guilty of tho wur
iif lainos lUapin.
.Id lluininit in inpposiid In bo liclweeu 15
JOyurn of age, one of hin eyen dim, the
, of ftim of liin linpr off, which hand not
illr Jiul, between tivu and 11 half and nix feet
M liiaro tuado, dark noinplexion, nomewlntt
1 Jouded, ipii'.k bpnken, fond of visit iic
uud in uairelnoiuo. Any infonn,"
i$iay bo iid.lreund to William .lackson,
pn.i'aie, Slono county, Mo. Sprintield
t'4MV m: Hi u.' -Two sl,irn who ,M
fi"B tho exIMH at 'iho Into Willmni Telt of
i buih, Vu.,ulioul J yearn nji, mid went
Ohi 1 have recently 0l11nta11ly iclnrned lo
ini'i on tho i;iunnd that they worn ullintn-
I fq 1, mid wem uimlilo to proruni work".
in iliein why lull oil' lit. tho namo lim ,i,.l
rt iiiius l return, wero prevented by tlm
Jilit) jut, vhojfon ibly dotained their ehil
THK lOUIH-HAVKN KURDKK
Tho nx:iiniiii,iioii of yuime; JrtuiiiK, now in
Jail 111 tliln city on tliu cbnrool niurUuring Mrt.
Hury.illiii Urmllfy, at North-Haven, will prolm
hly Inkti pluco in that town tomorrow. Tho ev
idenco nif i 11 tho prinonrr in hourly iicciiniiil i
tuif;, ami in ulready nufllcient to overw helm him.
Mm victim wun u nmull woman, utid nut in very
Koiid health, und yet hhn uppi'iii: to havo made 11
very denperiitii lenintuuce. Thin in tlm opinion
of Iho rxumining phyniciiinn, who esutited over
lluily wouudn iipoulifi. Sim wun found ly
1 ttfC near a door opening toward tho South,
J nil tart of tins door wan 11 book lying open
upon uliiMr, which it in nupponiid nho InulJUenn
lending, mid near by wan tho hutleiy, oil ii'ihelf
of w hicli wei murkn of liloud. It is conjectured
by mime thut nho wun in tlm buttory Reltiiijr .Imi
iniign Ninunlliini; to eul, when ho anmiiled her;
wlnlu otlmrn think nhe Wan allat ked whilo at the
table. Si rc.'imi wero heard by 11 neighbor who
went lo a npring near by for walnr bill lie
thought llioy were tho iio'iko of a boy frolicking
with 11 dog, mid paid 110 iittenlion to them.
Mm. Ilrudley luivcn two lonn, one about 17
yearn of uge, mid nuolher nhoul It. They,
with her hu'ihuud, vvuru at church at the time
of tlm murder.
Tho eredit or delecting mid delaiuiug
tho murderer in duo to Nnmuiil II. Minor,
11 young iiiiiii in tho etubliHlimeul of Mannrn.
Motclikinn Pi lirwin. I In evliiliilrd a wonderful
nagacily uml reinarkubhi judgment, throughout
bin interview with the murderer. Mr. Minor
wun wailing nl Iho Million for buninenh of hits
own a little liclorn neven oclouk on Mnnlay
iiinruitig. Mo sat down on the nuitlh end of the
platform, nearly under Iho brnlgn in (Jherry-Nt.,
and wun talking with 11 uiiiu in thn einjiloy of
tho Itailway Company. He had heard oil Sun
day ul'leniuou of tho murder, mid ol' tin) dicnn
and uppciirancit of tho nuppomd inuiderer. An
.It'liiiiiiLrs aiuiroached him from thn Hiiulh. bo
tiotieud hinNlraw hat , checked fhirt. Jve., mul il
iunlanily oecui led to him thut bo might be the
At tins moment. Iho man with whom Mr
Fur tbn Juuraal.
Vvu rin I'lioor with now Hf my ul ntcpa on tit wy
i Kirruw uml trlul wlili'li dnrnon
'II'" Tonrn thut ,IUi.'Mt'i, lh ilnuliUt Hint illnmny
Hliull lirlnhUin ui J'ijt In llmlli'lit vt thy Iiitui
I'ar HTNiKllirwi)ln Hto'l blllcrenl mip
1 1 iiliixna tlio hum "Hilt ni,Mn In thrnll)
Wlu'ii wlih h'M fur lii'plcr morn w limk up.
VV kiwi nut huw dnrUljr iilght'inhiul'i.ti mj fill.
n l"k tlien In i"wnl of Itln'lnwp mtatn,
Tlm FvmmMiy wiu In thy litnrt fur tnf In',
'J'hnn my mill rlinll lt ImliJ iiu Monteu roialu,
Ami n fnllli lw nitnkcnotl nu Ulnl rnn
1 rill mrivn KKl"t lav with a ilfll im llr -
Willi nurgi frifhinril arid trung fur thn flM 1
Tlmn rhoer ma-- II, plionr my lrn noul Invplm-
Tu fwl I cub oviniiur fruiu iniuuy'( uiIk'i'
Tlinro'n ahtliu fut th 'iil, thoii(h )loournginpnt tank
Tin. uplrlt wlniK trnll In thn ilat uf ilnilr
A ilnrknM wliivli Iuto wilh lln iyiiiintlilo on drank,
lllvldK alrauii'li tu tho iplrlt tu U"po nnil tn ilnra 1
Tu n a n fur n inurn whi-n nmtiirmi-1 m l li!l luwnr,
Wbluh (ruwa Willi dm lllil uf tho iHirfmiail tiny-
T" UMiK.Mnl la C"i(ii'rr I ruin ayuipnihy'ii puin
TIkui ulnar hid oluwr luy al ak'm ou tlio wv.
llAnmiMi., A., '.VI. A.IM.
Tne lUeiot in Tin: UrrkR Minninmepi.
M.ij. Floyd, who Iiiih been appointed t nil
nerintend llie nurveyn of llm Cppor and Lower
Rapid of thn MiNiinnippi, wilh 11 view to llm
removal of thn obstruction" in thn navigation uf
tho river, will leave thin city to-day for thin
purpone. I nn unutiiul high water upon Iho
llaiiidn I bin neitnou hun prevented niieli exami
nation'! nn wero deemnd essential, but they will
be prosecuted immediately, and then the work
of removing tlmobnlrnetioni will ha commenced.
It in uuderntood Hint il will bo let In private
contractors, in which eano we linvo no doubt tho
Linn plel in of llm work will bo greatly facilita
ted. - He pulilicun.
Uttlvansl nl tli- rr .u 1 " nnl Suarlun uf Miama huiiih
.1 1'llltli.kr' .V.. I, IV ".im! l.VI1l I. lliiMRVMAM.
Ti Acuien ami Si iiooi.m 4 1 i s ;
The hour i near, nye, fast tipprouchi!, when
wo must nay lurewell! Mow that wind thrills
through my heart! Il tells of parting! fiticwell -we
pall peihapn forever. Teals will lint avail.
c'l'l'l'i Ili.id Mtvil'llt.' urnl ll,t,ri, itf r. t.,iii, (I'iltnli
nor hud been coiiv ersiiig loll, him io attend to I ,. . V. ,'. , ., 1,1'
hi. duti,,, about the eurn, which ... u few m,- "IneheallH us out ...lo tin, gay crowd to .n.ngl.,
ute were to start lor New York, .lenningn j i" 'he ever varying, e.vrr changing kcoiio, to
then walked (Inertly up tu Minor nnil asked lake it post on tho huy nlago of life. Tlio hopes
him "what lime llu.no earn would leave far New '0' lully r0ud hearln uro now centered in un.
ork?" Mr. Miner deceived him by Huyingi,,,,, w,mU;; ,;, ,,,? ,h0 l0Vud one. whom
Ihal llien ems go to liridgepott. "II volt wunti , , , .... .
to go I,. New York, you must wait for iho eight 1 now "' heloro me, uro m.Mou.ly looking to
0 clock train.
It should bo borne in mind thai there in no
eight o'clock train. At thin Jetitiingn Kocnied
lo be, grrully agitated, und trembled no that he
put down Inn carpel, bag for 11 moment lo reco
ver liiuiNclr. Mr. Minor theuauid.
Wo bear ihu hopen of many. Shall you fu
ture, go nut in tlat kuenn, or ahull il riao in splen
dor, and Mil un peacefully und gently un n sum
mer bruc.e. (iuard then well then, from the
" You will go in th cainu train (hat I tlo, if vices mid follien, w hich dm ken it bright p igo-
you go ui einlit o'clock."
Cultivate il virtues, which lighten uud brighten,
lenningn responded by unking, "Who nro ,u wayH , m) ,llfl w,li(.h is fa.t uppr.mehing
"Dun'l you know nr, Mike?" naid Mr. Mi
nor: "I know you vour naino in Michael."
Alter inuiu hesitation, hu admitted thut il K'as
"Jtut who uro you!'" waa u;:ain repeated bv
"Oon't you know mc, Mike? I know von to
bn Michael Jennings, and you mud to wo'ik for
iMr. iJruilley, in IN or Hi Haven.
"Have you Keen Mr. Uintllcy ' folka lalely'r"'
'No." wan tho answer. "Hut vou wan at "the
" wasn I.
"Hut yen wan aeen there.''
"1 wenl iio.v7 Mcie ubout ten o'tlook in the
forenoon but. didn't go in."
At tins time, lie seemed to be exertinir all hin
nlreiiL'lh to eoutrol bin nervous Kvntein. Imt In.
fount not eoneeal Inn ug.lat.on. Ho pointed to UMniJH W,MI i "".': """' m nun iiaveuoi rem, no
Iho New London train mid asked w here that morn pain, or noi row, or team. To un who uro
wan going, ami wun lohl, when hn n.nl that he .till left, n.av not her voice atill aiK-uk ueullv.
I l.o innnt Kel en board that (ra.n. "No, I , ,r,.p.iv,.lv. bo VA also readv.
; j j j j
Teachers, you bavo strewed our pathway wilh
to many of us at l ist. School-days will font,
ho over, uml it life of ijuiet and study thrown
uside, for stirring aelivity. Hitherto wo have
only been preparing fer uction, now we can uso
our labor ami still go in with our preparation.
Many happy hours have wo spent together an
companions in menial labor and reereation, but
they uro past, and to many of us forever.
1 look a. round upon our little band and sen a
few broken links, some urn already gone into llie
world to share he conflicts, and oho of our num
ber has entered the epirit world, to which we
all must go. A vuieo from that land whispers,
weep not for tlm departed, for He, to whom tlm
eaitb, and all its habitants belongs, baa doiio all
'm.'.UMSL.Ul .... u. .1.1 -"-t
open your heard, that llie unahine ina entet
ad thaw tl.t lot which it fait gathering touiul
Teuchers and schoolmate., we think klndlj et
the( forget It not. A glunue to tho bright, In.;,
fiy dream, of the ps.t, will .trenglhoii un foi
the .tern cenfllct, the love and kirulno.i of the
loved one. will be our ihiehl against the evils,
and the itnr of Hope will light ui to the end.
Friend, to you do wo owe many and heart-fell
thank for your attention thii evening, end trust
eur effort, to plen.e have not been In vain.'
May we tee you on similar oecasleni. Again
let me thank you fer your attention end Indul
gence. Teacher, and companions, few words more
ami I am dene. Again and yet again would I
thank you for your kindaeu, and may the flow
er, you have .trewu nrouml our pathway!, .hcd
their fragranoe around thy way.. (
"If nngeli from the eeuvl. above,
Might visit earth's rich gifls to bear,
for li.ose who deeply truly love,
In answer to fond friendship's pruyer,
What, would my heart's petition be;
YYhitl blessings would 1 usk foi thee?
"Around thy brow I'd ask them twine,
Hich wreathes of friendship's fadeless flowers,
Along Iby path strew buds divine,
Hroiiglvl. l.iiher from celestial boweis.
Thus I would ak them deck Ihv way,
Where'er on earth thy feel shall slrny.
"I!icl. jewels toe I'd pray them bring,
I'loni yonder fair uud shining realms ;
And ret. ml thee shuke from glittering wing,
The put est pearls tho costliest gem.
Yea gently nluco upon thy breast,
Tho pearl of prico to make (he blest.
"And milil they bear from spirit land,
To bind the heurts to heavenly skies,
Loves holiest and her strongest bunds;
Hy golden 1 erds and silken ties
Whii I. fimlenml to the r.lernal throne,
Draw Ihilher all Jehovah's own.
"I'd nnk then, lend their hallowed Tormn,
Thy guardians on life's rugged road ;
Thy shields amid its rudest storms,
'I'll V rrliidn lo Ihv ltilmi r (!.wl.
Thv In aiors to the world of light,
VA'I..... 1 it ,1 l .l 1 . . . ..
..iivii luiiuu nicr g.iuirr xcaiu s uarK night,
Wrw Vonii, Augu.t 1.
A ilosiei;to encounter occul ted hotwren
tho iinw harbor polico ami river thievnn.
Tho roblien wuro lenviug n enel. A hnnl
luiraiied and ciinlured thorn. Tl inv fineaii.
ed, nnd al'torwntd wore roenpttued." A dci
peralo cncountfi' ensued with lirr-nrnin,
tho robbers liritiR five times the police 10
turninjr tho tiro without elloct. the rob
ber were urnied with nix-lmrrel revolvem
oai'h. t.)ne robber Imd Re vera I gclj
wiitchus, which lie hnd atolen, nnd upou
ll.t'in whs I'l.und the property etnlen from
brig Miuy Wildor on Tuesda'y n!ht, when
thn Captain wan put toelnopby cliloroforrft.
Mike," said Mr. Minor, stepping between him
and tho cum, "yon don't want to go to New
London, but New York." Jennings then an
swered wilh a good deal of spirit, "Who tho do-
v.i are you.-
llr. Minor, seeiui; that mat tern wero new
Approaching it crisis, spoke lo the railroad man,
saying, "l.olil on lollial leliow, while I run for
an ulKi er- he's the tnurdorr"-tind ho starlod
and obtained Mr. Knovals, who found tho pris
oner in tho keepi.tir of the Huilroad man, Mr.
(lilhcrl, of (iilbcrt's Hotel, and others, These
gentleman had got him ihIo the house and kept
him under surveillance until tho return of Mr.
Minor Willi tho elhcer.
(ii eat credit in duo to nil concerned for the
manner in which they conducted the whole busi
ness, mid particularly to Mr. Minor, by whoso
sagacity the murderer wan detected at. a ghvneo,
and by whoso skill ho wan kept from gelling
away upon tho New York train. N. 11. Palla.'
W I N K.
furs ill.l I'nrt, Hharry, Madxlra, Olarel anil Mstsjrn wlnas,
r.ir Htnrniai'iitnl ami Muilloli al purpuaM, oca'taatlT fur tslo
at thn hniK Slur.. i,r '
July '.mi, ls.i l j,u;im ANDKUWU.
many ltowers, iu many places made it smooth,
removed many obstructions front our way,
cheered un onward in the path of duty, encour
aged un in our earnest undeuvais, to gain that
which in nio.o precious than gold. Tu u. have
you opened the fountain of knowledge, given us
10 taste of its puro waters ; revealed the beauty
and thn brightness of the To.uplo uf Truth,
where wo may now walk. For your kindness
and faithfulness, you havo our earnest thanks.
Schoolmates, givo us u small corner in the
chamber of your hearts; to occupy tho whole
wo nnk not, for many others do now claim it
portion of your lovo, mul others wilf come in for
11 share, but none nlroiigur than those wu pre
sent. YVhon tho world with its cures press
heavily upon thee, thy weary heart will turn to
r.itcNsw lea, August -.--.hu ksou'i, majority i,ml bright hours of childhood, and school-days ;
Chariton reported uboul one bund. ml ; I. . nil and upon mcinoiv's faithful tablet tho names of
ihu happy, bright faces will bo written iu letters
of gold. 11 tho warm, puio inipulaen of thy
pii its bo thrown back upon thoo, by tho cold
iH'ij of an u.iet'ling world, and thy thoughts
giow bittci and nwimiful, tutu yo to tho past;
county ubout sixty; Carroll thirty ; Lo.vii.cton
one hundred and twenty-five.
J' WKTTK, Alienist -'. Jackson's
lic.o doll. Uays, lour.
(li:xa, August 1. Water
I'nday Lt at 2 oVUk, 10 imdics
Dagiu'irtJDlyiMj.s ! Daguerreotypes I 1
Resident Dngurrcan Artist, would simply re
mind tlm citizens of Hannibal and surround
ing country thai l.o is still taking pictures at his
(iidlcry on Main street, over Willson'a hardware
store, m.d would inform them, that from reeont
additions, lo his stock, and bis increased facilities,
ho is now prepared to take pictures In a style
far superior to any heretofore taken in this city,
nnd nt reduced prices. Call and examine,
Important to Housekeepers tt
CU 1. F.mt AT l. )J SO AIM!
rtlth'aUiv(tfhratr snnp Isaaartlele which .vary frailly.
I. Iiulol, laundry, boarding buu,, An,, U gB 4 U.H tu'
lul trial, tu Is) His vory Man required roreconumi sad urine
el Ubur 1
I it, llousnsn olulln-a wn Im wsshod la ona fourth (he lira.
Id. Thny r.i(tiirnu ruMiinu ur poandlog, thtrsby say Id (
Isliur, siid On) iiijurtuua nllouU uf tba old uathtnt,
IM. it blwu liiw aud Kwv thorn ruraly hits, and for eok
nrist ulutha it is uiiMirpsiWd, m II Joaa act extract tha djas
hn hiw a Iviidruiiy tu nit tha folor. Cor WMhln balbk aad
windows tt osnnnt n o.wollwl. '
I I in warranted uul lu Injure I ha ololhea la say wa.
It is rut up la buaa of ton pounds eaoh. full uiraotloo.
on "acli bus tor tha um ol' It.
Tha .Soap (n bo had at tha hHa nf Joha Dttl.. whn It
"do asMnt for Marino euimty, nn Fifth at mat, near Wm,
Hwn's 1 1 uui p 1'ivja, or ol I'urU A Lookwood.oo Mala, aoat
Hill .Hoot. (sojUdU)
;m:oi.l Pals and Hark llisndv for Mtdtoloal nurpeaas. !
lor l at lUa IViia tiluto uf '
July Jit, ltW-dw;id AKDSftSON.