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Incorporated In 1808 for twenty five years
by the Legislature for Educatlonaland Char
itable purposes with a capital ot 81000000
to which a reserve fund ol over S55UO0O has
since been added
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
chise was made a part of the present State
Constitution adopted December 2 A D 1870
The only lottery ever voted on and endors
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Tho So premiums will bo awarded
December 22 1884 lt Premium
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celvothelarffeatnumberof our empty
tobacco baa prior to Dec 15 2d will
bo Blveu for tha next lamest munbpr
and thus In tho order of the number
of empty batra received from eaeli
to tho twentyflvo fmccessful con
testants Each bai muRt bear our
original Bull Durham label U fl
Revenue Btamp and Caution Notice
Bairs must bo done up securely In a
package with name and address of
Bcndor and number of baro contain
ed plainly marked on the outfildo
and must bn pent chaixes prepaid to
niuck ivclIM Durham Tolmi cn
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Successors to Cooper Bisset
Dealer iu Ntovos ItuiiKen ftlnrblclxoit
MautitlNHiitl imiiiiifttctiirerH oITin
Conner null Sheet Iron Ware
Special attention paid to tin rootling gutter
ami spouting Practical plumbers gas and
steam titters Wrought iron and lead pipes
Ac AH work attended to promptly and
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ders left at the Bulletin office will receive
prompt attention P O address Alt Carmel
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Is Opponed to Cleveland
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NkwYoiii June 25 All tho politician
of big and little note strayed by somi
hance into the corridors of the Gilsov
Hoube yesterday whore Gov Hoadly oi
Ohio is stopping They sood up byth
hotel clerks doslc and discussed politics iti
every phase under the sun The visitori
began to arrive at 8 oclock and from then
until oveniug there flowed a constant itream
by the clerks desk
How many visitors ias tho Govornoi
bad was asked of tho hotel clerk
if About bng a nifnute was the reply at
be feontnrp a card and1 turned to answer a
new intruder In the lobby and reception
robins of the hotel the conversation ran
upon the merits of the Ohio candidate and
it seemed to be the general opinion that he
is fairly in tho race for eithor the first or
tho second place on the ticket The
Governor himself was not visible
until lato in tho morning when he
came down stairs and with his quick light
step entered the reception room to greet
an acquaintance who bad been kept
waiting for some lime As he walked
across the lobby he seemed tho picture
of health and buoyancy Ho was clad in
a modest suit of gray and nervously
twirled his spectacles as he stood and
talked Those who conversed with Gov
enor Hoadly found him very reticent upon
political matters though when questioned
he disclaimed having any serious thoughts
of a nomination He said ho was not
solicitous to doilne his own position which
the public may view as they soo tit to ro
gard it When asked his opinions regard
ing the strength and availability of partic
ular candidates he invariably declined to
express uny opinion though referring to
all particularly to Governor Cleveland iu
complimentary terms
To a reporter ho said that ho had no po
litical business whatevui in the East hav
ing coma on with his family to attend the
commencement oxercise9 of the Yale law
school where he is to deliver on address to
day and also to pay a visit for a few days
to his maternal uncle ex President Wool
sey of Yale College
Will you see Air Tildon whiloyou are
here asked the reporter t
I probably shall do so upon my return
from New Haven
Do you still think it tho duty of the
Democratic party to nominate Mr Tilden
despto his declination 1
I think as 1 have always thought that
the nomination of Mr 1iluen would be by
far the strongest tho party could make I
have always been a Tilden man and for the
old ticket and if it ii true as it seems to
be that the old ticket is entirely out of
the reach of th Democrats no one can re
gret it more do ply than I
Can you consistently give your views
of the political situation and of the duty
of the party as regards the platform to be
adopted at Chicago f
You must excuse me I should prefer
to say nothing at present Ask mo a ques
tion which is not so very delicate and I
will try to answer he added smiling
What are the prospects of the Demo
crats in Ohioi
I believe they aro good or xather I
may say I think there never was so good a
Presidential year as now and I will add
that I think this opinion will be emphasized
at tho work of tho Convention for I cannot
soo how the party with so many admirable
candidates to choose from and so much ex
cellent platform material can fritter its
chances away Yes sir we shall curry
Ohio in October mark what I say
You leave this afternoon for New
I did intend to do so said Governor
Hoadly but have changed my mitid and
will remain until to morrow
Tho report circulated that Mr Mooney
John Kellys Secretary was to have a po
litical intorview with Governor Hoadly
was not veritiod yesterday
ClovelnndM Candidacy
New Yokk Junei5 The Suns oditor
ial this morning says Undor Mr Cleve
lands administration the Democratic party
in Now York has become a weukor and less
uilootivo organization than when he re
ceived its nomination for Govornor Be
sides friends of Cleveland were not sutli
ciently numerous to make him the choice of
tho Saratoga Convention Those are not
truths to bo denied It would be an incal
culable blessing if they wero not truths at
all For if to dny tho Governor of Now
York could surely count on a majority
of 000i iu this State lie was the sort of u
man before whom opposition faded rather
than grow Nothing in tho range of possi
bilities could prevent his election in No
vember But alas such is not the case
and tho sooner our contemporaries rocog
uios this the better Still if the choice
should fall upon Cleveland tho Democrats
can niako a mighty hard tight for him and
ho may possibly win but wo indulgo iu no
illusions in regard to the uuqucitiouable
wisdom of bis candidacy
Ilayurd in Kelly ITIun
Milwaukee Wis Juno 25 A Milwau
koo editor telegraphed to John Kelly and
askod him if thoro was any truth in tho re
port that Tammany opposed Cleveland and
received the following reply
New Youk June 24 You are woll in
formed of what took placo at tho Conven
tion and I have tho impression that Mr
Jiryard woulk bo the strongest candidate
to run in the prosent condition of our
political affairs Thero aro a large
numbor of business men in this city
whoso oyos aro turned toward him as being
one of tho purest mon in public life
Joun Keilv
Calkin Coiitfrutulntcd
Washington Juno 25 Hon W H Cal
kinjk the Republican nominqo fop Gbvernor
of Indiana returned to Washington4 last
night Upon entering tho House this
morning lie was warmly congratulated by
both j Republicans- andt Democrats
you If posssible
but if Indiana must have a Hepubllcan
Governor thero no one she would rather
have than you
lUlsaourl Democracy
St Louis June J5 About all the dele
gates to the Democratic State Convention
o day aro here The Convention will be a
short one The indications are that the
lelegates to Chicago will be uninstructed
John ODay called the Convention to
order and named Congressman M L Clar
dy as Temporary Chairman and W L
Mtzgerald of St Louis as Temporary
Secretary Delegates elected First Dis
trict W H Soars J G Howard Fifth
Jistrlct E L Martin R E Collins
Eleventh District E B Ewing W M
Lnnox Twelfth District- -R T Bailey
J L Pace Thirteenth District O D
Knox Wv H Phelps Fourteenth District
Newton Harrison A H Livicgstone
Itoirun Notified
Washington June25 Tb Commlttet
appointed by the Chicago Convention thii
afternoon headea by General Henderson
called on General Logan and notified hire
of his nomination General Logan in ac
cepting said he had not sought the nomi
nation and pledged binnelf tc support the
Chicago platform and promised to respond
moro tully hereafter The Committeothen
Word or a Judo of IVo Uncertain
ITreniitiiK Respecting Sucli a Crime
Nashville Tenn June 25 Judge W
L Dulaney of the Circuit Court of War
ren County Kentucky empanneled a
spoclal grand jury yesterday to consider
he case of Pleasant Evorhart charged
with abducting Mrs Welton W Jones the
sixteen yoar old bride of a day and at
tempting to debauch her at Bowling
Green Kentucky Judge Dulaney said to
the jury if swift and moritod punishment
was not dealt out to Evorhart it would
give the people a good excuso for mob rule
He was promptly indicted on two counts
abduction for the purpose of prostitution
and attempt to rape Jones was a country
youth oiUy seventeen years old A large
posse is scouring tho country looking for
Evorhart He will bo lynched if caught
Kicked and Drugged Over the Ilivlnn
Stone at Aliirmliit Speed
PiTTSBUno Pa June 25 A distressing
accident occurred at noon to day Mr W
C Storritt a prominent loundry man wUs
driving down Fifth avenue when tho horso
attached to bis carriage became frightoned
and dashed down the street Colliding
with another vehicle Mr Sterritt wus
thrown forward over tho dashboard The
horse kicked him in tho head causing him
to fall insensible from the carriage His
foot caught in the trout spring and he was
dragged at full spaed a square and a half
with his head and body striking tho paving
stones He presented a horrible spectacle
when rescued He cannot survive
Fierce Attack ivltli a StIIIetto
Schanton Pa June 25 A fight with
stillettoes occurred late Sunday night in a
camp of Italian laborers at the Tho
Latches a secluded spot on the line of tho
new Erie Wyoming Valley Railroad
a short distance from Scranton Vincent
Canore proposed to a fellow laborer that
thsy quit railroading and ongago in the
business of brigadage by robbing the
country stores The other becume indig
nant and denounced Canore to tho camp
whereupon tholatter drew a Htillotto and a
fierce fight ensued Canore cut and slashed
his victim savagely and left him Mr dead
Tho laborers then seized Canore and bound
him to a chair He was afterward lodged
in jail His victim will probably die
Star Itouto Inquiry
Washington Juno 25 Judge Key of
Washington was beforo tho Springer Com
mittee this morning Ho completely ex
onerated Ker of counsel of Star Routs
case of having oiTerod to drop the case
ugainst Mail Contractor Colgrovo Keys
client for 6000 The witness said Ker
simply oudoavorod to socuro Colgrovo as a
witness for the Government and in con
sideration of that was willing to drop tha
case provided Colgrove would refund
5000 he had roceivod from the Govern
ment on account of the sorvice upon which
his case was based
Alumni Ttleetln at Yalo College
New Haven Conn Juno 25 The
annual meeting of the Alumni of Yale
College occurred this morning Thoro
wero numerous addresses Tho report of
tho college uifairs was presontod by Presi
dent Porter At 11 oclock tho uivoiling
of the statue of the late Professor
Benjamin Sillimau took placo Tho statue
is of bronze and eight feet high It was
unveiled by Robert L Park u servant of
Prof Silliman for forty years This after
noon Govornor Hoadly of Ohio delivered
the annual address subject Codification
in the United States
Adjournment Talk
Washington Juno 25 The leaders of
both Housos construe action of last nights
caucus of Republican Senators to indicate
an extension of this session The Senate
Committee on Appropriations has not yet
considered tho House resolution providing
for final adjournment June DO Those who
favor an early adjournment think that tho
action of tho caucus is not obligatory on
the majority of tho Senate and if the ap
propriation bills are disposed of by the 5th
of July tha session will not bo continued
beyond that date
Two Grin nine Skeleton
St Joseph Mo June 25 William
Cousor and another boy yesterday ovening
found a long coarse box floating in tha
river They towed it to tho shore and
upon opening it discovered two skeletons
inside iu a sitting posture facing each
other Tho box had boon la tho rlvor for
eoino time and tho skeletons had evidontly
been launched by some medical colloge up
tho rlvor
And in Return the Citizens Hanged
Him to a Telegraph Pole
FiUliiEKiid of rhe Life of John Can
Held Who Vlpcr Iilke Shot a
Lady When Pj cteiidlusj
to KImh Her
Vincennes Ind June 25 The death oi
MrsMollio Gherkin yesterday morning the
victim of Oliver Canflelds brutal treach
ery threw this community into a higb
state of excitement It will bo remember
ed that Canfleld called the woman to him
put his arm around her neck as if to kiss
her and then shot her This occurred on
Tuesday night of last week Sho was con
scious but once after she was shot
Yesterday Canfleld who was in jail told
Officer Rumer that he would like to see the
girl and he was granted the privilege
When he entered the room where sho was
lying ho looked at her and laughed Offi
cer Rumer took him out of the room and
asked him what ho thought about it I
would like to finish her said Canfleld
with a fiendish grin and then he burst out
The excitement that began when it wa
learnod that the girl had died and further
loarned that Canfleld on visiting her
laughed and said he would like to finish
her resulted in Canilold being mobbed last
It was shortly after midnight that the
party of lynchers masked with white hand
kerchiefs proceeded from thoir rendezvous
to the jail fully oquippod with hoavy iron
slodgo hammers and a rope There were
no groat attempts at resistance by the jail
officials und none by the police who knew
that any intorferonco would be futilo The
work had all been mapped out at the place
of mooting and every man knew his place
There was no shouting no loud issuing of
ordors In loss than half an hour the jail
had been forced and Canfleld taken from
his cell Once outside tho iail tho lvnchlncr
J party filed off with their prisoner toward
Daltou Montgomerys lumber yard but
Canfleld begged to let him die as near as
possible to the placo whoro tho murder was
committed Accordingly he was taken to
a telegraph pole in front of the houso whore
poor Mollios corpse lay
I Ho acted coolly said ho had propared as
well as he could for death but was not
sure as to what ho would meet beyond the
grave Anyway ho was not sorry for kill
ing Mollio and if he had it to do over he
would do It again Ho confessed to have
shot his sweetherrt because of a little per
sonal quarrel growing out of jealousy He
felt that he deservod his punishment and
only desired that his body bo given his
Meantime the rope had been thrown over
the cross beam of the telegraph pole Can
field had been pinioned and blindfolded
and at tho sound of command Canfleld was
rushed up ten foot in the air and left dang
ling He died of sutfocation without a
struggle Officer Heidenreich who had
tollowed the party was warned away be
fore tho final act
Beforo leaving the spot the crowd pinned
a note to the body warning the coroner
not to cut it down till noon All the city
has been out to soo it this morning Tho
whlto handkerchief tied over the faco con
coals the distorted features but the dang
ling body is a gruesome sight Yet every
body says it served him right
According to the statement of tho Sheriff
Canfleld who was mobbed this morning
was almost dead beforo being taken from
jail Ho had not oaten a bite for threo
days being sick with a loathsomo disease
which had assumed dangerous proportion
The body of the dead mun will be trans
ferred to Washington to day
Sad Doublo Droiiiilnc
Wilkesraiuie Pa June 25 John To
maz and John Madder each about twonty
four years of ago residing nt Port Bowkloy
wore drownod in the Suiquehanna River
yesterday Tomaz had gone out into mid
htream when he sank witli a cry of agony
and Madder started to his holp and as ho
reached the spot Tomaz rose to tho surface
and claspod his would be rescuer arouud
tho body in such a manner that he was
powerless and beforo assistance arrived
both wero drowned Their bodies wore re
A PoritlHteiit SulcIdlMt
Fogelsville Pa Juno 25 Reubon
Bennecott aged forty nine years a wealthy
farmer of this place last night triod to cut
his head off with a corn chopper He did
not succeed but infiictod such severe in
juries that he can not recover Two weeks
ago ho attempted to hang himself but was
cut dow by his wifo Bennecott has a
brother that is weak minded and both are
laboring under tho hallucination that they
wero in danger of starving
UiiMe Hull
Saginaw 7 Terro Haute 3 Boston 12
Chicago 5 Portsmouth 11 Iron ton 1 Ham
ilton 15 Logan S Bay City 13 Grand
Rapids 3 Baltimore 0 Toledo 5 Cleveland
5 Philadelphia 1 Lexington 8 Chicago
Reserves 7 Alloghony 10 Springfield 11
Brooklyn 5 Dayton 4 St Louis 0 Wash
ington 5 Providonco 4 Detroit 3 New
York 8 Buffalo 3 Quinoy 8 Milwaukee 5
Stillwator 13 Peoria 0
A Itlayor Impeached
OMAnA Neh Juno 25 Articles of im
poachment were preferred against Mayor
Chase by the City Council last night and
he was suspended from olllco pending trial
City Marshal Guthrie who was indicted
in tho District Court with the Mayor for
alleged corruption has also been suspended
The Mayor had been roquestod by the Coun
cil to resign but refused to givo them an
General Strike of Shoemaker
Philadelphia June 25 Tho strike ol
tho welters has finally grown into a strike
of all the shosmakors connected with the
Knights of Labor employed in this city
Six thousand men will leave their benches
to morrow if tho decision of tho Knights ol
Labor that work must bo suspended if
frtad out
Who Should be Introduced to John
L Sullivan Inatanter
Binohampton N Y June 25 Th
tragic evont at Deposit last Saturday night
resulting in the death of Allen McClure
excites deep interest all over tho country
and especially at Deposit where the victim
was well known as a hard working citizen
Although ono who sometimes drank Tha
singular manner of his death from a blow
given with tho fist also adds interest to the
affair and many yet believe that the blow
was struck with something else than the
bare hand McClure as a man forty
years old having a family of two childron
aged fourteen and sixteen years and a wife
who is now hardly alivo Sho was about
to be confined and tbejshojk resulting from
the death of her husband threw her into
spasms from which sho will never recover
A surgical examination revealed the fact
that McClure died from tho bursting of a
blood vessel of the brain caused by the
blow on tho chin and that tho spinal col
umn was not broken McClures murderer
was a wandering bruiser gambler and gen
eral outlaw Ho awaits the course of
events coolly talks freely and appears per
fectly at oaso
Heine the Third Lowt of Itn Name
UclonliiK to the Sunday School
Boston Juno 25 A private dispatch
dated Hong Kong June 23 announces the
total loss of tho missionary brig Morning
Star at Kusaio All on board wero saved
and aro en route to San Francisco by tho
steamer Oceanic Tho Morning Star was
a vessel of 181 tons She wa3 tho third of
her name the first having boon launched
about thirty years ago Kusaio is the
island on which tho socond Morning Star
was wrecked in HsG whon a strong cur
rent drifted her ushoro in a calm The
Morning Star was ownod chiefly by the
Sunday school childron of the Congrega
tional Church Tho money to build each
ono of these vessels was raisod by giving
a neatly printed certificate of ownership in
her to each child who contributed twenty
five cents A now vessel designed to take
tho place of the brig is already on the
stocks at Bath Maine It will bo neces
sary for tho Board to charter a vessel at
Honolulu to attend to the work of the pres
ent year in Micronesia
By the Circulation of Damalnc Itc
porta Concerning Hla Standliijr
New York June 25 A reporter asked
Mr Gould yesterday what there was in
tho story that loans amounting to 2000
000 had been called on him He replied
with a quiet smile
There aro no loans to call
Do you know how the report start
ed P
I havent the remotest idea I hadnt
heard of it until you told me
What do you think of the market
I think stocks are very cheap
Mr W E Conner said that Mr Gould
or M E Conner Co would give fSOOO
to find out who started the reports that
loans were called on Mr Gould
DcNtructlvo Fire In a Peiiuaylvanla
Mining Camp
Shenandoah Pa Juue 25 A fire here
to day destroyed twenty cheap tenement
houses and rendered homeless a small
a rm y of Polaudors It broko out in a
house ownod by Michael Malone Malone
bad seven houses put up in the cheapest
manner and occupied by miners Tho
othor housos in the neighborhood wero of
tho same kind Tho lire threatened for a
time the whole town Telegrams were sent
to Iottsville Malioney City and Tiunaqua
asking that firotuon be in readiness in case
of emergency Tho houses were crowded
probably 500 people living in thorn
lrobablo 11 u rd or
Cincinnati Juno 25 An unknown man
about 2S was drunk last night iu the vi
cinity of Pearl and Butler and showed a
roll of money in bar rooms on several oc
casions This morning his corpse was
found on a pilo of boiler flues under the
third arch of tho Newport bridge with his
neck brokon aud his money all gone Mur
der is suspected by two young men in
whoso company he seen last night
ititriihani the Uroker Suicide
New Youk Juno 25 A W Burnham
of the firm of Hotchkiss Burnham which
failed May 14 committed suicide this
morning at his residence in Yonkers
Tho firm gained considerable notoriety lu
the blind pool of the American District
Telegraph of which Govornor Cornell and
others of high standing are members
5500000 AcrcH Forfeiture
Washington Juno 25 The Houso Com
mittee on Public Lands decided by a vote
of 5 to 4 to report favorably the bill
which proposos to declaro a forfeiture of
lands claimed by the Southern Pacific Rail
road of California for road completed since
July 1S7S Five and a hulf millions acres
aro involved
Sold to Satlafy a Judgment
Louisville Ky June 25 Nowcorab
Buchanan Cos property consisting of
distilleries warehouses otc was sold yes
terday to satisfy a judgment of 02000
against the firm It was nearly all bought
in by the firm The famous Anderson
Distillery was bought by John Gargan for
Only 5000
Wilsungton Del Juno 25 Joseph
Johnson President of the Nowark Dela
ware Brick Company has absconded with
5000 The company hus made an assign
ment to tho Nowark National Bank
Johnson left tho laborers unpaid
Death From a Fall
Albany N Y June 25 Louii Dreyer
a well known lawyer was found lying in
sensible on the stairs loading to bis offlca
this morning An examination provod th
skull to be fractured He has sinco died
It Is believed he fell down stairs

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