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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
VOL. 2 NO. 115. MAYSVILLE, KY TUTRDAY, APRIL :. Ss:j. PRICE ONE CENT.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Thkiik is still plenty of snow and good
sleighing in Camilla.
Vi.nce.nnks, Ind., and St. Louis, aro both
Buffering from a smallpox scare.
M. B. Putt kins & Co, of Canton, Ohio,
stationers and book sellers, havo failed.
Thr Jennnetto Bonrd of Inquiry havo
closed their labors and will render their
Eiimnoton Jinction, a village near
Warsaw, Wis., lias been almost entirely destroyed
Woiik on tlie Potomac flats, at Washington
is to be pushed with vigor as soon as the
weather will permit.
Joh.n Muitt'iiv, n printer, and James
Leonard, a moulder, were killed by a freight
train near Alliance, Ohio.
At Helena, Mont., Henry Fuhrmnnn has.
been sentenced to hang May 2 for the murder
of his Jacob Kench.
Instructions; " how to use explosives "
from O'Donovan Rossa, wero found upon the
person of Donnis Dcasy, arrested in Ireland
Tub President hni deferrod his trip to
Florida until Friday. It is therefore
thought he will name tho new Postmaster
General before his departure.
The statement, is denied that there v a
defensive triple allianco which has Italy,
.Germany and Austria on the one side
against Franco on the other. Such an
agreoment is in existence, but has not becu
put into documentary shape.
It is rumored that tho Cincinnati
and Commercial will dissolve partnership,
and that the old Gazotte will be
revived again by tho truly good Deaaon,
and that the Field Marshal will remain at
the helm of tho Commercial as of old.
A divorce was granted at St. Louis, yesterday,
to the husband of Kato I. Tevis,
who shot his who's paramour, Inglehart,
on the street last November, Tevis having
detected them coming out of a house of
together. Mrs. Tovis is a niece of
General W. T. Sherman.
Miku McLvugiili.n and Martin Linksy,
both aged eighteen years, having quarreled,
agreed to settle their troublo according to
Iirize ring rules, and niet yesterday at
)ubolsc, in tho lumber regions of Jofi'crson
county, Pa., for that purpose. At tho closo
of tho sixth round Linksy foil down and
broko his neck. Mcl.aughliu surrendered
himself to the authorities.
The Injured Hmibimtl Granted n Divorce
at St. Louis Yesterday.
St. Louis, April 1. The scandal in which
Kate It. Tevis, tho ucico of General W. T.
Sherman, figured as tho principal,
was brought to tho surfaco again yesterday
by tho grunting of a divorce to
tho injured husband. Tliero were low
peoplo, lawyers or others, in the room at the
time, and the witnesses placed on tho stand
spoke so low that it was diffioiilt for anybody
birt the "clerk to hear the testimpny.
It was understood that tho wife would otter
no resistance to tho divorce, but she was
represented by Judge Mndill, to soo that
nothing was dono beyond what was absolutely
lequircd to obtain tho decrco,
The I'otoiuno rials.
Washington, April 1. The work on the
Potomac flats will bo pushed ahead with
vigor as soon as tho weather is such that
there can be uninterrupted progiess. The
contractor hns met with many obstacles.
Tho deposit Jtnken from above tho long
bridge is found to be of the consistency
of putty, and when dumped
on the flats will not spread .of itself
over the surface of the ground. To
overcome this tho contractor may have to
erect a boiler and use hose, the water to be
forced by steam upon tho doposit, so as to
wash it over tho surface. For the reason
that the deposit is so consistent the contractor
recently met an obstacle in
of the cars he had built to dump the
loads. This has now been overcome
Fall of r Flout Young; Man.
CiiAiwoN, Om April -1. W. H. Ballon-tine,
a member of tho Methodist Church,
and a school toachcr, was arrested this
morning on a charge of stealing. Ho had
in his possession when arrested live suits of
clothes, gold rings, silvor spoons, watches,
revolvers, and other things belonging to
storekeepers in tho place. He is prominently
connected, and always boro tho name of
an upright, honost youth.
The Triple. Allianco Denied.
Rome, April 4. A denial couios from official
Government sources of the statement
that a defonsivo triplo allianco has been
entered into with Italy, Germany and Austria
on tho ono side, against France on
tho other. It is nevertheless certain that
an agreement is in existence, the tonus of
which are about tho same as already outlined,
but it has not as yet been put in any
formal or documentary shape.
t Presidential liiircnus.
Washington, April 4. Tho Critic says it
is asserted by a wideawako politician that
Presidential bureaus nro in oporation in
Washington in bohalf of Senators Sherman,
Pcndlolon, Ilawley, Bayard, Logan,
ox-Senator Windom and Governor Foster.
A. Title of Horror Tlwit is Almost
I'nupcrs Itolthcd of Their Clothing,
Started to Death and Hurled With,
otit Ceremony, After Which Comes
Boston, April 4. Tho testimony of Chas.
II. Dudley, before tho Legislative Committee,
fully corroborates tho charges made by
Governor Butler In his annual message.
Dudley said tho dead houso was robbed by
Assistant Superintendent Marsh. Dudley
also said that he saw a light in tho trunk
room several timc3 aftor tho inmates had
retired. Going in quietly ono night he
saw Marsh's wife open paupers' trunks
and take clothing from them. Mrs. Pope,
tho housekeeper, told him sho had
seen the same thing, and the mot
valuablo dresses were taken by Mrs.
Marsh to her private room and made over
for the Davis girls, her relatives. The
witness told of some twenty children who
used to cry at night because of hunger.
They wero placed at the table with the
other inmates and had to look out for
themselves. One night, outof curiosity, ho
went to the burying ground and saw four
bodies resurrected and drivon ofT toward
"ihk tte of the fond for the inmates of
the Alms House and insane was always
very poor and the quantity small. Tho
broad was sour nearly all the time. A man
who drove the hospital tenra told him ho
had taken up sixty-eight bodies in eight
The man was dissatisfied then, but the
next day ho showed " a fuw hundred,''
which he said Turn (Marsh) had given him.
Tlie witness was afterward appointed with
In- wife to the euro of tho female insane,
Tlie beds were of straw, in a rotten condition,
nud insufficient clothing. Mo.st of the
women were without underclothes or shoe
or stocking. They hud only calico diTse.
This was in July. The cells weio in a
filthy condition. In a cell in the attic he
found a woman on tho straw perfectly
naked, The straw was bad and filthy.
lie was told that this woman had been in
i hi cell a year. Shewnsvi intently in
iiiio she would tear li.-i clothes. She wo.
o near a .skeleton she unid not have
weighed more than torly paunch. Hi
wilo clothed her. and he hud the room
'leaned out. She had hud only one meal a
l.iy carried to her by an idiotic girl who
uid slie had always taken euro of the old
unman. He allowed her to continue doing
-o, hut found that she throw the food away
and enmo back with an empty pl.it c, telling
him the woman had eaten nil. He then
carried the food, and the assistant took it
into the room. In fivo or six weeks they
tiad her out of the cell and down into the
fitting room, so changed that her own
til lid did not know her. There was another
woman who told me sho had been kept
niuo days in one of tho lilthy basement
ells with nothing but water, and her story
vas corroborated by others. They said she
mis very violent and was kept tliero to reduce
her strength so thoy could manage
her. That woman was with us for a year
mid we never had occasion to use any such
remedies. The insane women wero employed
at all kinds of work, including the
1'iiro of patients who might be afflicted
with contagious disease. I spoke to
Marsh about it and his reply wits
that an insane pcrsou could not take a disease.
I told him our women wore so worked
their food was insufficient, and his reply
on at least three occasions was that thoy
.vcie brought there to die. Dr. Luthrop
used to como to the building about once a
week. One night after wc retired ono of
the thirty-seven women in ono of tho dormitories
fell out of bed and hurt herself.
I got my wife and went up. My wife soid
she wns blocding, and thought she was
dead. The blood was gushing out of her
mouth. I sent my wife for Dr. Lathrop.
She camo back and said that Dr. Lathrop
complained that he was tired, and it would
do no good for him to come. I went
and told him that 1 thought she was dead
from internal hemorrhago. Ho said he
could not do any good, and told me and my
wife to lay her out. Then ho said the
watchman and wife would do. I got them.
We found the woman dead, and wo took her
down stairs and laid her out in my room,
Next day no ono camo to seo about tho
body, and when I went to Dr. Lathrop, he
ald ho forgot all about it, but I could get
come inmates to help mo disposo of it."
Speaking of tho treatment of infants,
" At night they wero in charge of nn inmate.
Ono night I said to hor she didn't
seotn to havo so much trouble with tho babies,
as thoy seemed to bo quiet all night.
Sho said sho had found out a way to keep
thorn quiet, Sho took down a bottlo and
said that when they got troublcsomo sho
gavo them three or four drops of it and thoy
wero quiet all night. I nsked her what it
was, and she said she didn't know. It was
something tho day nurso used. I smollod
it and found it to bo morphine. Sho said
sho was put tliero for punishment, and was
dotorminedto make her work as easy as sho
could. I asked if sho knew tho power of
the stuff. Sho said sho know nothing, and
didn't caro. I told her it was liable to kill
porno of thorn. Out of the seventy-three
babies that wero born there and that wero
brought in during tho first yenr we were
there, only one was alive at tho end of tho
year a very peculiar child."
Tho Governor: " I should think ho wns."
Witness: "After they died, I used to see
a man, 'Tim,' with a small box under his
nrm going from tho house to tho dead
house. I think that wns what they carried
tho dead babies in. They never had any
eervico over tho dead during my term
there. A mnn, whoso expenses weic paid
by a benevolent lady,of Boston, and came
there as a sort of missionary, said to me
ono day: 'This is n very healthy place.
I have been hero about three
weeks, and you haven t had any deaths
hero?' I said: ' Yes, wo have,' for Iliad
known of moro than a dozen, lie said :
'That is strange. I am an ollicinl to tnkc
charge of funeral services.' 1 said: You
don't seem to ho in tho right places. II
you are really in earnest, and wish to
at a funeral, place yourself between
the houso and gate almost any night, and
you will have an opportunity that is, provided
they will wait for you.' " The testimony
was not stricken out on
A 1'a I In re at Canton. O.
(Hxton, 0., April 4. M. B. Perkins J
Co., book sellers &nd stationery, in bus!.
ncs twelve years, have failed. Liabilities
from $10,000 to $'20,000; assets nominal.
YHJ POOR QUESTION.
flc nn liny' Decree A'ot no Ilnd After
New York, April 4. If the Western
papers arc not inaccurate in their statistics,
although the prohibition of American pork
in Germany on the ground of trichiuous
infection appears to be a very destructive
measure as regards the export of thot
commodity, it Is not in reality likely to
prove injurious to any great extent to the
interests of hog-raisers and
in this country. As published, the decree
comprises sides, bacon, ham, sausages and
the ileth of the animal in all forms of
preparation, but it is understood not to
lard, although a question may hereafter
ariso on that point, and Western
manufacturers should not congratulate
themselves too soon. If tho exception us
respects lard should provo correct, however,
the new legislation will not seriously
embarrass tho ordinary course of trade, for,
with tho oxception of that article, our direct
export to Germany of the products of
tho .slaughter and packing houso is not very
important. While, for illvstration, our total
shipment to foreign ta of bncon and
hams last year amounted to nearly $17,-
lOD.ODO, mid our shipment of salt pork to
ibout S7.000.000. Germany took the value
of les than half a million of dollars in the
three articles combined. In the nvitter of
lio .swine, tho German demand amounted
to less than the paltry sum of fivo bundled
dollars' th.it is, practically nothing; but,
in compensation for the small trade in live
took, moro than one-lift li of all the
turd exported from the United States
was consumed by the people from
oer tho llhiiic, whoso call lor the article
was reiri'entrd by SW.ViOO.OOO. If, then,
this commodity hus been excepted from the
proscription, our people can afford to laugh
at the decree in its present form, hs it will
inly lead to n larger demand tor American
iork in lmglotid, to he repacked, relabeled,
nd sent to Germany as ihe genuine
induct a trick of trade that already
i.if", considerable capital mid industry
l.hglKh centres of export, and will re-
vu u new Impliise tio.n the
ie I'd measure ot Bismarck and the Bun-
Ciikstkh Puiso.v, III., April 4. At 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon four convicts
nttempted to escape. Win. McCormick,
serving a five years' sontence for violation
of tho postal laws, was shot through the
upper part of tho right leg; James Rogers,
in for tho same offense, wns shot in the
shoulder, and nnothor was shot and slightly
wounded. All were speedily captured and
placed in solitary confinement. Tho tumult
lasted ten minutes.
Jiih Kxploslon and Fatal I'lre.
CitiCAnn, April 4. A SanFrancisco dispatch
says that a terrible gas explosion occurred
yesterday aftornoon in the
of the Palace Hotel. In the fire
which followed Commissioner Hdwardsand
Assistant Kngineor Boss were fatally and
twelve persons serhimly burned.
Floods in ITtuli.
Salt Lake, April 4. The floods in Bcnr
Lake Vulloy hnve washed out six bridges
on the Oregon Short Lino, temporarily impeding
the running of trains, but will soon
be repaired. Tho firHt through train on tho
Uio Grande brings 200 Mormon converts.
Killed at the Polls.
Cutcino, April 4. Mason Pointer
stubbed Gcorgo Young at Itouudtrec at tho
closing of tho polls Inst night, tho latter
dying. Both colored. An election row.
Itossu'N Instructions round.
Liverpool, April 4. It is stated that
letters from O'Donovnn llossa havo been
found in tho possession of Dennis Dcasy,
who was arrested hero on Thursday, giving
instructions respecting tho UfcO of
LOUISE MICHEL TALKS
"Over the "Ruins of Friinco tho
Jium.ia urn ihiu. "
The Socialists Will Xpt Militate With
.MouiirrlilslM The I.utfcf Joining the
Itaiilis of ttie Socialists to Destroy
Paris, April 4. Through nn unwonted
act of courtesy by a high polico official,
your correspondent was Inst evening enabled
to seo Louise Michel in tho prison of
St. Lazare, and to obtain some very decided
expressions of hor plans and purposes.
Tho correspondent k first asked
"What was your object in "remaining in
hiding in this city until la3t Friday night?
Was it that you wero afraid of arrest?"
" Afraid 1" exclaimed Louiso Michol, "I
am not afraid of anything that tho police
or their masters can do. My life is pledged
to the work, and whenever it is necessary
that it shall bo sacrificed, I am ready. But
I do not mean that it shall bo sacrificed in
vain. My friends have all along dissuaded
me from presenting myself, as I had intended
to long ago, because they said my
liberty was nccossary for the work of the
" What caused you to change your mind
and give yourself up to the police?"
" It was solely on account of my mother.
It was killing her to bo hounded from one
lodging to another; to bo dogged by spies
whenover sho sot foot in the street. There
wero many different spies, and they were
in many different kinds of dress, but there
were always spies and spies and spies. I
could not bear it, and I camo hero."
" It has been stated, and on high official
nuthority, that there is a very good understanding
between tho Socialist and at least
some sections of the Monarchists."
"It is as false ns all that tho Government
orators say. They are paid to lie about us,
and they earn thoir money woll. Let mo
toll you this, that tho red flag will never
accept tho white banner nor tho vice-stained
lilies for its nllies. Why, tho very
reason that the people of this brave Paris
havo not already swelled our ranks to hundreds
of thousands is because they hao
dotectcd in our demonstrations some Monarchists."
" How did they get thcro?"
"How? I can tell you that. They weio
not put there as our friends found them
there. Wo ie'ied to march with them.
They wen) put there by some of our enemies.
How can I tell by which ones. But
this I know: they were put there to discredit
" If you are acquitted of the charge on
which you mo now held, what will you do
"Then I will leave France and preach
tho social crii.iide from abroad. I do not
see why Prince .should huVthc monopoly
of conspiring against the (!o eminent t'lom
" Then you regard you work as a conspiracy
agniiijt the established order of
"Certainly 1 do. and that conspiracy is
legitimate. It i a conspiracy of tho oppressed
against their oppressors. Belieie
me, the detiuie triumph of the cause I
serve is but a iiiestiou of a few mouths. I
might almost say of days. The economical
crisis which is drawing near will shake
the old tricolor world with Mich
force that it will fall, and over its ruins
the led Hag will he seen waving."
IMoody Hand of Apaches On the Warpath
Snta Fe, April 4. Hermosillo advices
state that thcro is not a single Apache in
Sonoro. Tho last wero driven ncross tlie
Arizona lino Saturday, about 200 strong.
Generals Crook and Carbo have been in
consultation by telegraph for hours. It is
thought Mexican troops will co-operate in
Arizona. Word has been received
(from General Forsythe that he has
lost the trail in the Chihuahua
Mountains. Nothing has been heard
from Captain Black for four days, and
fenrs that ho has been ambushed aro felt.
A pack train with supplies loft yesterday
with orders to follow his trail. ,
Largo bodies of Apaohes havo been
working to tho south from Mngdalena,
and on both sidos of tho railroad for
two weeks, Thoy moved deliberately north
in the dlriction of Arizona, and aro now
across tho line, evidently making for n
point a short distanco west from Tucson,
They oporatcd in detached pnrties and kill
all tho Mexicans they como in contact with.
Ono report from below fixes tho number of
peoplo killed so far at and another
An immense number of horses hnvo been
taken, and cnttlo and stock of all kinds
They Wero Iloth Killed. I
Allia.nck, O., April 15. Last night, twei
men, John Murphy, n printor, and James
Leonard, moldor, both rosldcnts of Salom i
Columbiana county, 0., wero run over and
instantly killed by a freight train on tht
Pittsburg, Fort Wayno and Chicago Rail,
road, between Allianco and Salom. Botl
wero single men.
' ., .
,iJ0 , Giotto vnv
VikI the ;mmI Ucncnii Trot Out tho
Deceased Hiiyette The Mnrinony of
n:id Prosperity Which Have I'allcU
Cincinnati, 0., April 4. The influonce3
which originally brought tho Commercial
and Gazette into such strange fellowship
hac not, from surface indications, continued
to exert a soothing spell over tho
foi tunes of the consolidated concern. Thcro
has not been that enthusiastic extension of
financial support from the admirers of tho
old Gazette which the managers fondly
hoped, or deceived themselves into believing,
would bo poured into tho
coffers of tho consolidated
tatives of Republicanism on the one hand,
j and the personal organ of tho Field Marshal
on the other extreme. For some
son the merging process has not seemed to
impress the friends and pntrons of the old
I Gazatto favorably, and the result has been
not one filled with financial blessing.
The latest rumor, and ono that is seem-'
ingly in accordance with preconceivod
1 opinions regarding the eventual termina
tion of this newspaper mixture, has it that
Riohard Smith is sadly grieved over
the position in which he now finds himself
and the property which ho represented in
the good will of tho Gazette, and that ho
will endeavor to sever his connection with
tho consolidated concern, and attempt to
revive the Gazette. Ho has been urged to
do this, it is said, by prominent Republicans
in all parts of the State, and letters
and personal visits insisting upon such a
step are encouragingly numerous. Ho is,
moreover, inclined to ounsider such suggestions
from the fact that ho and Mr. Hal-stead
cannot or do not dwell in harmony
and peace. Mr. Smith is ostensibly tho
business manager, and uatuially
seeks to retain home of the old and
trusted attachei of tho Gazctto
in appointing his business aids; but
the abrupt dismissal of such men by Hal-stead
without explanation or consultation
with the Deacon I1113 stirred tho Gazetto
blood of tho latter into turbulent streams
"of wrathful gore. Romeo Reed and tho
two Kids will go with the Deacon in tho
event of carrying out tho revival of tho
Tito I'rieudshlp of liiiKliiud anil
London. April 4. At the l'aster banquet
of the Lord Mayor Mr. IajwcII, tho L'nitod
States Minister, in a speeoh refeired to tho
amicable relations between
and America. He returned thanks
forthe hospitality hown him both by
ollicinl and riute parties, and which
made Loudon tiili an agreeable place to reside
in. A lot, however,
was not a luipny ono, l.einji obliged to
avoid words winch meant unwilling, but he
believed that no cloud would oxershadow
the coidial rclaii"u now cistiug hetweeu
rhiglauil mid America, so important for
the pence and of mankind generally.
South Carolina I'olitical l'roseeu.
Coli'muia, S. C, Apiil 4. Some of the
press ot this State mo urging tho importance
of the Governoi coinenniug tho General
Assembly in extra hc.mou, for I lie purpose
of making nppiopriationx to meet the
expenses of the defense in the political
prosecutions to be begun about tho middle
of this month. The Governor to-day expressed
hi.i poMtUe opposition to the movement,
and considers the proposition ituwic.
Milwaikkk, April 4. Tiio villugp of
Khlington Junction, near Warsaw, Wis., is
said to bo almost entirely dostioyed by
fire. The wires are down and reports aro
meagre. Loss, 1 00,00(1.
JiiiIko W. O. GrcNliiiui, of Indlniin, the
Washington, April 4. Judgo W. C.
Orcsham, of Iudinna, was to-day appointed
Postmaster General. Tho appointment
of Orcsham creates goncral surprise
Tho general comments are that Gres-ham
will make ns capable an officer as any
man not acquainted with the place, but
that tho appointment is not a strong one,
politically. Indiana was already cared for
with John C New in a prominent place,
and Ohio needed recognition from a
standpoint moro than any othor State.
Some doubt is expressed whethor Gresham
will accept, as ho already holds tho position
of District Judgo, which is a life position,
with $4,000 a year.
Atlanta, Ga., April 4. Ex-Governor
Jenkins, who was ousted from offioo by the
military authorities during reconstruction,
is lying, ns supposed, at tho point of death.
Great interest is folt in him on account of
his record. Ho is a man of puro personal