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THE DAILY JOURNAL.
O. (!l,i;.MKM), T.DITOR AND TUULIBHEH. " Wi:D.Nl:ifAV tVKNI.VI, JILT IT, 1161. f riXjr . :-rx -- -r- -. TCii-vrtc TKftUI 07 TIU 1AIIY JOVRIf At. bAivanoe, ...... (1 tor iu meathj. IN Till; DAILY JOUUNAt. riot Insertion, Hie I.'iiiH Mm Ksch Insertion afiervtstds, T o tntl IfairOals a rim-. Arl'Hirmsnts will be piibllsliail fiom l Is twrtve r A Cenle a I. Ins lot owh lii.srlion, Including I be f i. IU2Af i:aTllAN TIIK CIIFA PEST,' lllta THAN TCI MIT," j enr JJue for Hook and Jvb Printing. A MB 101 HHI Lll. L .1-. J ! JLL. mill .UH M. IH.ajJ For the Journal. If Mr. Ami Curti will consent to be come a candidate for City Marshal, he will re ailyi the tupport of MANY VOTERS. REMEMBER, Tbal lh CiMtlnn for CUtks of the -Iroull and Omnlf Cuarli, and ( -he Hannibal Contl of Cintnae .'Use, will be bU east M dar UNU DAY ONLY. The lUrn4 tod Sally tin if lli.es tt Naplss. Tliii moming u dologatlvn composed or MoJ. Donald ton, D. II. Brown and Jas. i.lein.Jr., of lhrry, nnd O. M. tlatt'h, of Gri.gsvi!le. I'lko county, 111., arrived in our dty for the jurpnee of conjulllnj with M.tj. liucldin, in relation to a survey of the Pllii' .oanty Itiilro.d. Mr. Curtor, super InUndetit of the Manxman and Morguu Railroad, and who ii also Vice ."resident of I MtflJIIIIUIIMilMlM'WWBIMIIIliI!li RILIOIBUI VOTXOt. I'LO. t. OKRATIt ef I'sue-jre lll, thl tntd trllHrif, prasah la lbs Ckrlstlae Chspsl, ! Iblt til. Mil Frlda end p.iur. day eights, end Bands? offline. TumiBuati Durkt at 8t. Louis, We lruru from the St. Louli News of yiitorduy's date, tint the Dr. I rnnklin No. 2 and Bluff City were burned to the waters n!ge ly a fire which first broke out In the former,- belweert two ami three clock, yesterday morning, The damage to the Highland Mury wan but alight, compared to the burning and sinking of the other two boati. Whole lost, $b0,000 to flUO.OUO. No lives lost. raocxiDiNoi or tiu ioaro 61 DraicTotii THE DErOT-TSH I0HT 07 WAY. The Uonrd of Director! of the Hannibal und St. Jo. railroad adjourned at 1 o'clock, to-day, to tneot at Chllllcothe. The regu Inr lonlon would be in .November, but a called aeiilon at on earlier date wilt protn- bly be required. A large amount of bus. Inen wai transacted among other things, the width of the embunkmeuti was In. creased fiom fourteen to fifteen feet. Mr. Lakouan introduced tho following reio lution t rVnmr.An, The City Connuil of the rilr of Uan. nilial, have expranad a willingness that the Hannibal and St. Joseph Knilroad Conpany ahould bring their Hod into mid city, along v., omer urciii 10 or near ua ensiora lanninu. tion, and thenro to the river along any atrert lii'twern Collier and Centre alrauti. and U'Arr(t.t, the Company have nlraiidy looated me noau on mid Punier atraet, I hereloro. Rcsnlvtti, That the company will bring the ILinnibid and St. Joseph Hullnmd into said olty, along mid Collier atrret, and iIumiuq to tlio rirrr along aome atraut between Collier and Centre itreett. Mr. CorW offered the followlnir substitute t Ihxolvt'l, Thnt tho Engineer.in.ChUf, in ud- tl: company, rode over the route lust t.ti .aeiil nitKAJiaJ taiisikatir mixs'i lrtrteittil iurit HilU t'A MVtl iimiiivii 111 n.e imviiium , . . . y - . 1 , , , , . tutUm tu tlio power nlrctdy confrrrml on himhy w t . it. ctuciuiiiin1! tln ouhilou that L V it..-ii.a.j i. u i H iilroiJ cauld be built bitween Naplot and instnioted tu ouuie a full nnd coinnlete exumi lliinnibnl, uu nearly a dirrut line, nnd at eum-inaiiou of tho mutes through Collier strait, and P.,rativetv small oo.t. Uo any other route tlmt in his Judgment may . ' , , ... be dvemed advisatile for the InleroKi ol the Kail TI.hv anurehen I n alidl mliy in uht.lnlng a . ,.mnllllv. . , , ehartar from the I.fgisUttire , a oillo.l icssioii or 'c r ilfli Verl routes, liigvihi r with lluur which my possibly ba hold nett winter. relulivo working and priineciivo mluo In tho A very important part of thair husincis, r.iintarail of said lUid, mi l ihut he bo ulso cm. ntc.l n s d.ily line of stages to Napl.s. Think ' Iwatra?.l to ascertain upon what terms (ho ri,;ht , .., ., , , , .ii in 'or way for aaia Rond oan be ubtuiniid upon uie of it! a md front Caloigo in a d.y an I a i'K! jcvr1 routes, and also to receive propositions for ui who have been used to wuil fuiir d.iys trom land holders cr their ugfuts, upon what for the Eastern mill after it arrived at Chi terms the neoessury amount ol land oun be ob-go-and sometimes fourteen dnyi in the winter, tnlneJ "l,0 Je bunks of tho Mississippi river, when It had to eome up In a cart, after waiting KM for the Missouri river to baoome passable I niiy j, neuossorv for the use of the oomnanv the Interests of the laid Railroad Company, Mr. Stewart proposed the following resolu tion! RtiotmJ.hv thla Dourd, thnt the survey i te be mude by the Englnpir-lnohief are not Intended or designed to onange, or In any manner to af. root the present looation eithe iianntual anil di elves ft a bind ot bfottirs, with cordial feil inga ef nspectand frteadslitp, and it wai with no alight digre of enjoyment that I iliared with them In tholr fnUvltlis. Suoh mutlngi should alwayi be tnoouragedi they serve to unite us together with itronger tlei et friendship, end more Impirtont still, serve to awaken a itrong Interest In the vaue of education, and in- Joseph Ituilrond, but solely for the purpose of I ...t...tl.ln ll.M l.n. a I la f.. . flnr.nl. 1 Hnw I ...III.I.H IIV.I ill. . V M WW. I . .... ... Tlio resolution was adopted. coursge leauncr im jiujiu w iinrn. Ayo Siswnrt, Corby. Talbott, Thompson, In their apiiropriate spburas. It is really dts- Sliortridgn and Graves. NuyiMnsra.L.ke uan and liowllng. Mr. Shortriile Intreducidthe felltla res oluliont ootiruglug to a teaoher to luW. month after month, and te tlnd Ida labors unsppraoialed, and apparently unoared far by the pnrsnis of those uoiifldfd lu his oursi but when a stronir lateresl UrwlvrJ, That a ropy ef the ttrouecdinei ef . -!.... I il. .ir.. -f ll. anlinul .11 this Hoard at this session, be tendered to the " "'-""'- newapeprra of this nity for publication. Hmulaled to greater eairtions than ever.- On motion of Mr. Stewart, the reiolutlon;1" ,nJ Pm,on' 11 preme sui .... .... was lulJ on the table. jachoel-reom every two or three weeks, they Ayes-Stewart, Corby, Talbott. Dowllnt and 0U,J fln4 U,olr ehHJr,t mM" ,ttUuh r,at" Graves, Nayi Lakenan, Thompson and ' progress. I Shortrtdge. Ma. KeiToai' As this ivimmunlcutlon la already toe long, I elose by eipresslng the hope thut all parents i'l'r; I must Dot withhold the ecjand not those of Miller Township only, will lake pression ef my obligatloai to your emhible, mug. In dorp Interest In the cause of eduoation, or lu . . . . m ..... . ' .1 I .1. . I ... Dauiinoiis uou aaiute mend, lor mi kinUMiti in.oiner worm, iee ouuse oi umir ugumcj, furnishing the oltinns of Hunnlbul with an ex. traet from Dr. Dowllng'i letter, which has gone the rounds amongst the opposers of Revision, for many months. That attract contains tui oatar isniMiiiT aoaikst atvisioM, via: That Aleaander Campbell and his brethren are co-operating tu the enterprise 1 1 lint Mr, C. and his brethren are likewise co-operuling in tho Amor loan Uible Society vhick .Voct'iy it now oi gagtJ, or Aai btm, in rtvining tht Scriplurts. They are also ooeperatli'g with the American mid Foreign Bible Soolety, end if their presence and co-operation be so offensive, oontuminating and dangerous, why don't these squeamish, here sy huntiag conservators of orthodoxy repuJiute these societies also? "0, but," say they, "Mr. C. nnd Tresident Rhaiinon ere amongst the list el' revisers or trunsUtors." Well, auppuse they are their work will be submitted to more than twenty other revlsors members of the llaptist. Presbyterian, Methodist, Kpiscnpalinn, and oth er churches. Have these two men audi prodi gious learning, and do they possess suoh nma There is a large amnunt ot tnvel from the III inois river to Quincy, by persons who aro ohl iged to go te that point, booause they can do on better. Yet the distnnat ! double that from Naples to Hannibal. Of course all that travled would be diverted to this point. We under stand thai emigrants, iu passing through Piko comity, westward, usnd to enquire only In rela tion to the crossing ef the Mississippi at Quin cy now they almost universally enquire about the Kerry at lUnnibu, and the mcana at reach ing it The pnople nf Pike county are determined toiolutiom for the necessary building-., and that no be re quired to report at the next meeting of the iiourd, and all powers conferred on committees heretofore appointed, in relercnee to getting the right of way through the olty nt Hunnibnl, and getting hind for depot a and other buildings, ne cessary for the wente of the company, bo and is hereby re ponied. Carried. Ayes Messrs. Stewart, Corby, Talbott, Dow ling and Graves, Against Messrs. I.akenan, Thompson and Miortruige, Mr. Lakenan Introduced the following reso have thai line or stagas. They will return with a printed petition, w'sieh will be immedi ately circulated, and a large number ot names, It is known, o in be obtain. 1, This petition will pray the postmaster General te BHlhnme tho transportation ot the nulls from Naples to Hannibal. As no doubt Is entertained of a favor hie result, a daily line or stngei from Naples to Hannibal, we may hope will be commenced about the first of September, next. Our citiccne ere too deeply interested not to forward this enterprise in every possiblo proper manner. The iufiouoe el our representatives in Congress, combined with thut of Cel. Riohi ion of Quinoy, whose district embracos Pike county within ita limits, und the influenoe of (Ton. Richard Yates, of Morgan Distriot, will dmibtleis all be exerted in favor of the confir mation of this new post route by Congress The Njple and Hannibal daily line of stages wjll pass on nearly a straight lino through Kin derhaok, Dtrry, S.lero end Grigsvillo, at eao'i ot which there is now a post ollloe. The local travel letweon these two points and Hannibal and Naples wcAild be alone nearly euffiatent to support a daily line of stages. Pi.oTtn. J- H7u.Uaaao.il, 1. 1-4., lint tvia'rt-l bilcTi.-. I Ike some ef f rot aai Dlrt itrn's. fjofW, That the Board nf Directors have no intention to cliungo the locution of the Road within the limits ol the city f ll.iuuibal, from inai adopted uy tno Hoard ol Ulasgow. Mr. Stewart ollWed the fallowing substitute: lUsolvtJ, That as aoon as the r.uiriucpr.in Chief shall make his report, under the resolution ol this Hoard now upon record, causing surveys 10 ne mauo oy mm, wiiu ina view or uscertutn int the most uituble site Tor 11 vie not nt tho rust eru end of the Hannibal tin I Si. Joseph Railroad, this U.Kird will proceed to locale said Je.ml, nsv- ng uue rrgara 10 me iniorests ot 1 lie Uitv ol iianniuui, kiiu 10 ins viaws nnu moommeiulii. tiane of the city counoil of the rlty of llaiinl. UUl. The substitute was adopted. Ayes Stewart, Corby, Tulbutt. Doivlint . Shortridge and Gruvee. Nays Lakenan an nuompson. On motion of Mr. Corby, it was AVsofW, That the Beard nf Directors of the irinnioi.1 and St. Joseph uailroad Com pan 1 . ... 11 . 1 A ... . . .r. . nereny oiuciaiiy ucciure inm uiey imve tlio high est rpect for the members of the cltv oounoi of tho city of Hannibal, both individually and . I ft .1 I . . . . . sf . . cotiecuvciy, ana uiai in any antion taken by this Bard in rufart-uce to tho said Railroad and de note through tho City of Hannibal, the oninion of tho said city council will receive from thla Uouru or directors, tnat respeot and Influence which the official authorities ef thanltv nt Ha. itiibal are justly entitled to. not Ineenslitent with -It 1 .1. . : . ... . ring iniiurnur, a. 10 tau.o nu niroiurr roviaorpjt,, i,u monveit llolll tilt! t UtllolliM, i Witllt to allow them to corrupt and mutilate the word to tojurn among our brolhreii, givinj him of God, so as to suit their ewn peculiar iiiesf ! j aelf out ns a (iorninn Miaioiiarv, Ho h What higher OMitimifif could the opposers of1 about live led hlh, has blue!, oyr.s, n:jd is revision pay to tho learning and Influence of iRenerully very ordinniily ilrea.ed. lloi)i?s Messrs. Campbell and Shannon than is implied'014 ,'urtl' aiding Homo J'''- It is i by this objsction. "0," say they, wo f Jh' wlom to ask aasinn.c froiri our brmli. A : .., ,1 1 1 ' rru to buy another. IU- be ujr a li e nfralil of these men: they have suoh vast learn- 1 , . . " 1 , . 1 n 1 1 1 ui. 1 , 1 truss questioned, at to the tuno ami plaru Ing, they can make black look white, and clothe of M 'd of hu , , . ' , the most heretical and dangerous doctrines ln.v enianjUdiii hi talk, lie gencmllv ex such beautiful drapery, they will outwit and Je. pttintes uion his aulleiings nidnred fi oni ceive all our learned men, and make them and; hie former bralhern, the Catholic, ami lay all of us endorse thnt odious Campbollism." 1 1 , much stress upon hie having buplised lift y - Such puerile objections are certaiuto rebound. "even pnpiata within a year or so pnat. with aeoelerated foroe upon the head that uses inpte Iho to preach lit Kngliah, hut lhem and from my heart I pity tho man whe.l Wo" tha Knglbh eara that coma within having nothing belter to offer, stands behind a!11!" r,"f 'J h,1, W oineli.nea ho irv.L'nsl k.ssalr nut baa ea 1 In nl I., a r I t- .I . .... screen, and feeds his toothless malice upon ihe ' , . ".Y, ",: m' , .... . , ... , i. . inil Bt oUierumeaasour Miaalonaiyamoim thought that such quotation, will esci.a Pr.Ju.llie C;,Prnnil,. h(1, ,n nuny Unce, dice against those whom ho la unable to meet, imposod himself upott our brethren, and oh- wiiu argument, as a roam .At', tuned money Irom than whkh ouuht to A. II. C. " i.Mbaltiiiiiilbal Journal, III IWIKT YO THIKX. 0 1 'tis Ml lolbli.b be sll bas M .fnra Ih. my of fthU and soure Whau lil.n U ub wi ,imliM an JmI, Aid Milb I. dmr an. hwrtu futlorn i Ti. sxtsl m iblak thsrt vns kwrl iiuj, M'nleh wmj van as'sr ssbdue. 'Tli sum! In think whtn irlsf and liars IUm bMit our M tut muj Oo bvsrl aunii, mi sluruu ai.d III, H'lli brat. thM .turtii. .ad lot ui Itlll Tl. iws.1 lu thlak, eb.n sll rrske, Una h.srl l. trua, eUhougb II busk. 'TU swee In Ihluk, whin frlaad Wlo, Jj-ak raid elih Mora nbo , had irnllid ) Tvh li.ia hul arid "IJ alnil. btun, IV Und in.t me a turrd nt aUMii, 'Tl. mM tu ijlra, ihiub all th' ttld a;, Una h.arl elll Use ui nil e di. 'It. mail sn a bnail to Iran, Whtrv truth althta Iba burl It 1MB, lliatuiiig tnia th lonrn ij, At d Itt'sn lu Its truthful rl)(k 'tl .start tu tl li k llirv' j.i tt lar, Una fanhlul ktarl'i trua yiaitliy M Its. M J. K. rituii tbo liitliatitipolis Join mil. An Ivtrumut.-A certiiiu itinerant, nnuifd 1'Vlcstt'iii or Seieiit, a tieintati, iimlcstiiii have been appropriated to worthier objects. t...ia .1 a as ... l.ci tne Dioiueritooii Dowure ol him. S. K. 110SH0UR. l'or the Joursal. Mr. Editor: Feeling deeply uitcrasted in the cause of education, end anxious to encourage' others to psv more attont ion to the subient. on. r.t.i.w i..iinn.K. u.iii.. rt....i t.,ii.. i.' R h k v r v. ... . ... i Sit M OM PU .K.I H....I. r.,. .,i.i-.i . ' apuUlloexamlnalionattheioheelhouse near the r torsaiaai ibe titi Teior 4 i-tc-. , residence of Chaa. Hubbard, Ksq, on tlio West, ""J""- -"J AsnuiisoS. y Ely rond, Forbes, rnnoipal. 1 bough he had labored under serious disadvantages, not the ...... .... V i, i . L wn, blsd.lra.O.ar! and MaliaitBS'. leoat of whtoh waa an unusually large number i faswrn'-stiai and kidivtii cuimM, e.aiintiv iur aia t . , i . , at the Ilrag 8mr nf ... ot pupils, crowded together In a small room,; Jul-w, is!M.aio SlKBSOS. yet it was very evident that unusual paina had rTwZ.2 w - - been taken with them, and that their Prin-! LHj W JJKUIt KTllKK. el pal, in addition to his lohoUr-like attainments,' , m PR. h m. amirrhon, ba. jnrt rard aad possessed great taot In managing and teaohing.l , ;"i,5P W0"B" " u uB,ma No one but a teacher can properly appreciate 1 -1 Dmga, Medicine, PainU, Ollg, the dilttculti.. under which he labored, laidlUiyi therefore cnearfully bear testimony to the nre-1 ln a Drag more, tbwa arttiM ban ba toirettd b bim- ... i i . . f isilf sllh rl oara, a-.-trl kj ust of the b.t drtuntaa Ib ftoienoy ot the sohelare, and bespeak for their jibe ami, and ba WAKUANrwSjrtWeTld b,tn, t" teadier a .ntlnuation of that favor he ae tU$Z?X$tfmm m.uswm. Mala il.irw.. Mf .ln1a not nt im.m.hI.Iu J:J alrr.1. oMwalta lb Oil llntl. .iwiiun uiwug wi..w iv ui oj uaiiaron, a fnnt convincing at once that a due regard had been paid to the Aom framing, and that their parent duly appreciate the polite and gentle, manly proprieties ot life. The nelehhori. with ..J i ... . an at wta a ni4t marl true Wester a hospitality, had provided excel. ' Til u "' sa r a at.-eu.,, leat tafreihmemi, and itemed te cnioy thim1. g, f"" nshN. NEW CHOOEIIY. ? AT the old stand, the Baltimore Store, nearly oppoaite the City Hotel, where may be found ,,.!I,T!L, l"anai r aettallijr,aa ahaaa Oia " V7 'TT "a . auit ui. aoaiw, ."" "-'"- nifwvi imraiH nn I. ri blfSiwt inarkal (irH r.a aouMta laaattr. nwaitya aalt lya- .OISJK,