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CouneclH nt Lexington with the C. 0. It.
It. lor Ashlunil, llunlliiBtijii and all,iolnlu
In the Kasl and Soul beast with the O. WD,
&.T.P. II. n.. for"CbnllanogaaiiiltheBouthr
with, the L. 4 N." It." If. 'lor Frankfort and,
Loulsvlllo. .'-.'-" -'
O. L. ItHOWN,
U. P. and T. A.
Covington, FIiitiiliigBbiirg nnd PotiHd
(U Itallrond. ,
Conncetlmr with Trnlns on K. 0. It. It. '
Ixmve Fi,KMlN(iHiiUK(iforJ)lnmon Htutlout
6:15 n. in. Cincinnati Express.
in. Maysvllle Accoinmodatlou
.1:26 p. m. Lexington.
7;(i'.' p. in, Mnysvlllo Express.
tho nnlval of Trains on thelC.C. It. It.:
(i:a n. in. 4:00 p, m.
H;4K a. m. 7:37 d. m.
T I. HH'AKTIII'.T. Licensed Anrtloneer
for Mukoii nnd adjnlnlnu ooiindis. Or
ders lea a the Bulletin otllce will tecelve
prompt attontlou. P. O. address i(U Carrael'
.RESPECT FOR THE D"EADT
mh uimireseuiaiiva utuiceii ,wa repoi tcu, uu
39 Ration of Ht. 'InfflU, the 'Senate ml"-Sl
jouniediv, Mfssrs,rruiiib'. Cocltrell' and
House and senate doth adjourn
The Dentil of Kopreientatlve Ilankell of
r Appointed (( Attend the , .
' WASKiifaroN.' Deu. over the
Hull of the Home was nt half , mast, lion;.
iday on nccouut of tho death of Hon. v.
O.Haskcll, of-Kansas, anil prior to the
Jbcfcr of meeting, tho dpsk of that rocmbet
was drajxxf.lnblacli ftiui)a'handsojn6 basket
of ftoweri wns placed' thereon. Tho
announcement of th6 flouth bt Mr. ilnskoll
was made in a touching' nnd uloquent manned
by Mr. Anderson, his collcogue, who
.Offered the usual resolution thnt the'Hotiso
adjourn as ninark of .reiiwct to tho uiemory
' of'the docoasoil." The resolution" was
until' 'WediioVday. Thtf
Speaker annpuncod the following coramlttco
to accompany the remains to Kansas;
Messrs. itusoll (ICas.). Knssoh (Iofa),
, Browne (Ind.), Hyan t (Kas.)lrL9j F.flyroj
(unio), liurns (Mo.), Hanbeok (Has.), anu
., Afturtthe. SeBat:JourgRlf was
nte proceed-' to the election of (Secretary,
Chief Clerk, Principal Executive Clerk,
CJiaplain; which wont
pver. Petitions were tiiuii presented from
tho Utter carriers of iCnnsak .City hnd
NUshvllle, praying for legislative action to
g(Ve them thirty
Mr, Harrlrprcseht&l'ft" pllilSfi fionllho
MurcimutV Exohauge, of ileujplils, Tilijn.j,
pay 'tho rebate to tobacco, dealers pro-
.Willed 'By the tariff act of last sossioiu.
Mr. Dawes, reported Committee
on,.udlan Affairs a bill for the immediate
rSlief of tho Black Feet and' other IndlSiiV
in Northern Montana.
Mr. Ualelntroduc?d sey,ertilJ,bIlHjT;ntiig"
to theliuifdfngupof tl'io Navy, and mado
tajjylgorqus'fipeecb urging tfio hocesirity for
fpronipt,act(ou fit fliU matter.
' i, hilu the bills were builig' introduced tin1
llouso resolution rolatiug U the death of
DuUei were nntSouiteit 'a, commiueo to
"uu on tho ohj,(iJiUios'or,tno.
'Her Majesty's Snub In U'Poiiiiall'a Case-.
' " '
DEATH OK CO.NaRKaSMJJ 1CA9KBLU
Wahiiinoion, Dec?r7. pudloy C.
pistrictof Kansas, dlod here nt 4:0 Sunday
morntne; frohi iBriht's " ilWcA.se. v Mr.
Haskell, hadpa sick fpr;veral weeks,
but his iloinlia was ratlier suddoir and un-1
expecUkl. 'Only on Friday Speaker
had under consideration tho question
whether he could constitutionally administer
tho oath of office at Mr. Haskell's residence.
Mr. Haskell was born in Washington
County, Penn., June 0, ISM. Ho was
fl. a1.a(...I n r.rt..nKA..n In 1UTU lln .ntl.
UnU VlCUVbU.WI.VUUJICI UV '.lUlU, Aid ,VUllh.
'a prominent arViu'tho debntus'on the .tar-'
,ifl last year.
ItEOIiaAMZATION Or TUB SENATE. . i
The reorganization of tho Bcnato stilt
constitutes a prominent topic of conversation.
Messrs', Mahono and ltiddleburger
are said to be angry on account of the do''
tfoat of their candidate, Geo. C. Gorliam.
.for, tho Secretaryship' Utt whs. r(5pftr foil'
:that they would cause some trouble in
open sessjon, but Jater'adyicos are to tho
effect thaf they will pocket tholr griev
ances and allow tho reorganization to-pro-A
teed according to caucus agreement. Tho
offpr .)p ,6pp6sltlort.
1 Messrs ' Beck, " CockVelli'
Vest and others recognize the. right
of ths Republicans to fix tho offices to suit
themselves. Tlloy think It wpuld bo not
only discourteous, but improper, to Inter,
fere, and the outlook is that reorganization
will'be effected in a ipjiot mannor,
as the two readjustera. have, tacitly
'agreed to let the Republicans consummate
urn tHimviretwIllVrHeleetSd tlvda V Tho-
Ueslro is still to confer tho honor upon
, Anthony, It is uudorstood, huwever,
that he, will declino tho oflice
after a complimentary YQte,,. and
Tthat?C either Senator lngalls or John
Sherman will then be tendered the position.
. Innd the openjug. pt tho session M.r. Kd
imiuds has1 iiivarrably chosen Mi, lugallsas
'Ills substitute. This fact leads many to
liethat the Kansas Senator will finally
be bisected as President pro tern. Little or
.nojjuslness will be transacted 'by the Senato
untft after thq,rrgorgttiilzatioa,.an
of tlio rules. Should the
revision of tho rules lead to
dr .partisan discussion, it is bo?
Ilevi'd the majority will consent to
modification. Senator Sherman dechirol
on Thursday that ho was opposed' wany
change, which mny,lead to.dobato.on, purely
partyjliues., ,.Tho,couIdoratiqu of the now
rule however, will jirobably uq;piuiuetbe,
jvKpltj of the week.
Members of the Hous,e are very ratlrent,
and prudently so, respecting tho make up
of the committees. Tliero is eYJdouce JJiat,
S(eaker Carlisle has talked with
a number of. .members.. oa .the subject,
and that he is using every endeavor to
V plfeecfguntlomoiv to tho best advantage. It
UOH liceil ueuerai ivoseui uun
had rofusod the Clihlrmauihlp of the Com
mittee on Military Affairs, bu.thq stqry fa
denied, various rumors nave neon circulated
respecting the Chairmanship of the
Committee on .Appropriations, but'tbo In-,
iKUeatibns aftTtliarMn Rairdall'will head
the list on that com In It too, with Mr.
of Indiana, becoud, und Mr. Town-
"sUeild, of Illinois, third or fourth. It
"ieeKIs probable that Mr. Blackburn wllj
notj bo tied down id IhO wdrk
of . the Committee onfc Appropriations
thlSyCongress, but will be glvcjj an important
place elwwhore. Quito a struggle Is
being made for tho Committee on Navul
Affairs between Messrs. Hewitt (N; Y.) aitd
Morso (Mass), This matter, and also that
of tlio chairmanship of Foreign .Affairs, ,to
Nyhich both Representatives Cox and Belmont
aspire, are still being considered by
the hpeakor. and until the, cpmmltteos are
announced it is not probable that it will bo
dellnitoly known which of tho four gentlemen
havo leon solected to take charge of
these important . committees. Statements
have , been made which naturally found
their way Into the newspapers, that' the
candidacy of Mossrs. Cox and Belmont, of
Now York.hailresuJtetf.ln'sipEreat dealbf
bad feeling- In the1 KcW York dolega'fibii,
and that the gentlemen in question wore
very bitter toward each other, Ab a
f fnct, hiwuyer xo bad fooling exist,
Aj 4iicwjeF qf.jHio doKgatioft'saidtjiJ.MV.
fox fandj W. isf will
knowna;aro Jciuliki', ut$z Jwv .Chairmanship
of the Conimlttoe on
Affairs, and one of them will certainly
bo selected for the place. Which,
one, Speaker Carlisle only-can tell, and'it is
.not probable that ho has yet decided the
matter. There is no bad feeling,
dolegatiflilv nTiu'lITo selection ol either of
I lk A 9 L jltft'l..htM t..r4
representatives of the party toitheeSiii?
sion off Ulcfl older niifmber.yjl5h .rfwfttlo'
men nTre saiigufho orsucccs. !J &'' 1
& vjS r
c. juEiquKt$rs'j! sua,
J crctAryliVelingliifS'len h receiveu
Cable advices fromInlstor iLp.wcU, wh ch
t .'A,i .taAf y tnWiUL..MA
lUHi, 8ei?otaryOFfoghuyiioh' Miiexroiiticu
Mlnistor Lowell, stating that tho Iloune of
Representatives had brought tho case of
O'Donnrll to tho Predion t's. no tleo,. in. -the-
Jiopo. that Iho VlflTtvFjB tolgTitn socurcJ
sentence, and mlijht.iacertalhwh"ether' tho
jirisoner was an American citizen, and
wueinor mere was error in uio inai. in
this telegram Mr. Lovoll was lpstructod an
followl "-As before' InstructcdpySu 'will
consider Ot'Doiincll's citizenship as estiibi
flslied. ATiicriJiboing iii, Utt6at Brituln no
ijudlclul examliiatSonon appeal of tho pro
cVodinp ' at, a criinlnal? ;t'rial, ' posfeiblo.
'error bun only be corrocteiil through a
new trial, or by executlvo action
li, iin 11m sttlltlipn. Ihnri.fnrn llito nnua,.ti.
Irnent is anxious that such careful examina
tion be given to the
case as to discover error, should one have
been committed. You are therefore- directed
. .. by the Fresidt'iit . to renuesl a . delay
- - ..I ." -. "
by Her Majesty VJBoVf rjiinon,"anilithaahe;
prisoner s courts.lle, permitted Id" present;
any alleged points or error." Secretary'
Ki'cJiughuyMiti is now in receipt of a telegram
from Mr. Low.oll, who states, thjt hor
received 'iheritt.boy.ffl. tologrruh'i 0ri4iiVl2th7i
and immediately communicated its sul.
stance toijorjl UrwvIJlo;'Vrip orkrimvljibcil'
iiBirin:uipi, unu reiurreu it w inu proper
tuuwMivij, wiv biini, jv3Li:iuujr no ruceiveu
Lord uroiivlllo's reply, in whlQhjtJnrlat.ter,,
nrtjT reierrmg tc air, Lowell's
stated that tho counsel for
havln(ffuhmltt!nj the; rep"re8cntatonl,
,io thoOglit advlsabliTtfnftlid prisoner's'
kalf, those representations and all other
fully exaVnlnod'b.iid cousiderVd iirtho
jiierl usual in tho case of capital convic
tions, and that Her Majesty's Government
liad found no grounds upon which they
would bo justified in advising the Crown
to Interfere witbrtlio sentence of tho lawBr
Its ertcution. f)$;r
o'donNellTs SWUNG OFF.
v a a ' ' r I- . .
The Uxefcutlo ar , nnd
Lo.DOf, Doe. V.. Patrick O'DoimclLthe
iHi&rimo wIUTIaTtlio walls of Newgate this
morning. The drop fell precisely at 8
I'p'clock. Last night O'Donnell went to bed
.about ID o'clock and remained apparently
asleep uutil 5:1X1 this morning. At t!
O'clock Father Fleming t'anioT to"f tlie
prison and remained in "prhyfr with hlin
fyr'somo timo. At tho conclusion of
prayers, tho sacrament was administered
'.,. 1.a l.ntl.1. ..I lMI.Ul.L..1l .1.4... ......1.
w I.UO Luiiuviiiiidi. vr Lsuuiiuii Liiuil yni IUUK
of -a light breakfast which he appeared to
eat with some relish. At 7:15 o'clock
the, prJsoiitJAll. ii bimilur,
waodi'gJi Wifd frofjihitpijry p( 'St
Sepulclire's Cliurchoii tho Rolborn viaduct.
Directly after, the Governor of tho jail
with the head warden entered, and
was at once led to the pinioning roonj,
situated about half way between the condemned
cell and tho prisdhiyardrt Here ho
found the oxocutloinnvrBinrljj'ying''
hihij togolher vli;U"lireSne.rlff ofIx)ndon,
threo wardens and tho prison doctor. Blnns
deftly bound O'Donnell's arms with leather
i thOrfgs, the convict submitting quietly.
Theiroccsslon was thou formod. tho
oner being In the cont",ttd'ffiowly
marched to the prison
scaffold had been erected., . , -
They passed so clogs to'ths few
who had beeriTadinitted to witness ths
execution, that tlieyj could have touchod
O'Donnell but forlllhe lattice work which
separated them. 2"he scaffold, Vrhichj was
quickly reached, liatlUho apjiearunce of an
ordinary shed. Hempe'i cpr'dUngiitn'"
ously from a crossJbVam inbdVoiS'Thibtjd
was. half hftrilpil.'TS.ti. nrt tlifttn'rinini'ttlli
and his attendants, ius theystood jtlire,
could bo seen by tliote presentonly from'
the waist up. lIliiusMost u6t n' nt6'm&nt" InJ
placing tuo wnite cp. oyer me yieutn's lac
and fldjnstlug the agpse: A nioment after
O'Donnell disappeared." flub a quivering
'cord'was all that reiubino'd to show" where
he had stood. The"iGoyernlor anddoctoj
gazed for a nionieijt'into the pit
in which tho convict's body swunir. and
then hurried away"!J Outsldo tho jail K
.vuiuuiduuia ciumijiiwi UBdu.iiiuieu,. uub"(ll
porsed directly after the 'blackQac: -was
hoisted. " V n "W i
k Ilynterlous UliapYerHeB
wtf3pniNaKiKU), Mo,, Dec. 17. Sinco a week
ago. last Saturday night Mrs. Slaughter
. (colored), wife of Charles Slaughter, living
on Washington avenue, north or the college,
lias . stun, -
livjng.at Ozark, and a letter was sent lo her
inquiring if her mother war there, bui thtv
daughter came to the city, in great alarm,
tojreport that sljo had apt bee,n at Ozark,
The neighbors-Of f.JSUiuglitoirsay that'
they heard a disturbance, lighting und
screaming at his house lust Saturday night;
An active seurch has been made for the
missing women, tn which her husband b'ai
Distributing Money to the IrUh Poor.
New Youk, Dec. 17. Miss Ulla Ford bus
arrived on tho Germanlo from her trip to
Irelahd, where she has distributed the
$5,0(10 subscribed for tho relie( of the families
of executed Invlncibles, Sho says she
found tlTeso persons ii the) 'inQs&lieartreiul
lug destitution, and the givers of tho inonej
can have the satisfaction or knowing theli
generosity has relieved great suffering
She was shadowed by Government detoc
tlves, and uttempts were mndo to uiakt
trouble for her by reports that.sha.wns using
money to encourage sedition.
.i ,- j -
Five Ilaudlts Killed,
MjWATAMOnAH'ftrfek;, Dcc 17;A party of
Federal 'soldiers attacked thirty-two ban
dlU in the Combre del Oca Mountains anu
killed Are ol them. Only one soldier wiu
'dklAxJL . . a JMjH
3: BAOI I ! ' '' '
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VOI,. 3 NO. 22. ' MAYSVILLE, , - ICY., TUESDAY, &- DECEMBER 18, . 1883. .,,. PRICE ONE CENT.
CITY ANIMWUNTY UIUKU1U.
ConrlN )lrult Courl.
Judge A, K.Colo.
Commonwealth's ittornoy Tv A. Cumin,
Clork-li. U. Parry. ,,
f .Ilan PerVlne. ' '
Deputies: Clmli Jelleison,
(. J. V. Alexander. i
Jnllnr Dennis Fhzizemld.
Tuesday nllor In Jiiuuar,!
ApiH, JUIJ, HUl) WVIUWl 111 VIWU J Ull
Judge Wm.P.l.'oori.s. . ' ,
County t. WiltnUer, '
Becond MnndarT .'iws'l jtluqtti. ,. ,,
Tuesday niter Heo.taVMrlilaiiy fu 'Mnrali,
Jiino.rioptember slut Dvceyil berth each year.
Mnysvlile, No. 1. Wesley Viproydind JL,
(Irani, Unit mill Ihlrd TuonduyH' hi Murctav
Maysvillo, Ni. 2.--M.-.F. Milrih.aiiitiJniiies
Chamberlain Hint riHlunJuyunU fourth Ttittxi.
day, same months.. -
Dover, ,No. 8 JnmeftKuriisiiitw nnd A. Vj
Iooyn, first anil Uilrd Wi.lnusday, Maine
Minerva, Ho. 'i-o. . Wa'or mid' SM
Ilynr ilrst ami third, , XjieMliuyii, tfuuip.
t ill kft I It U
Ueruliintown, Nc., -S. ,i, 'yj,iiyirif and-.
Jiu. 1 11. Mitunpu ftrsl'.iuU Ltili U SaUi.djiys,
mime uiiiiikiin. .. , , , . .
Sard's, No. (J-J. ,l. Rill lllid .1. II, Qrfjjiiljy
hocoiicliiiid iniirlirHiUirriiiiyH,' fctinb months.'
Mnyslick, No. 7-1 W.'Wrlltn'irib'ilrid J.'l.
Raymond, Second ttniV'l.bnrth' Pilda'ya.iitnnr
Lewisburg, No. J.- M. Aloxfinder nid
Tsano li. McllVitlne ecoud ulul lourtli
Farrow (lr.sl ouiaixlay nxt hist Monday saint
montliH. ' ,wi.
Washington, Noi 111 Upbert Hunter; and
Thomas Downing fourth I'uesiluyuud third.
Wednesday, sainu mouths. M1
Murpliyvlile, Juitdl'iiUli iiu'A
John ti. VV'tiliN rout 1 1) Monday and lliliU
'i'liiirHdaj , Manic iiuhiHis.
Kuril hear, No. Vi-U. K. Miihtru iluii J. U.'
lUii'ge.ii, nuooiid and lourlli Hrttur.layH,Hmi
MaynvltlK, No. 1-C-. li, UaWon.
.Miiysville, No. 'J W. L. .Moian.
Dover, li. McMillan.
iiiiiurvu,io. i I'lcnaiu 9utXiiiunanH
8ardis.No 0-1'ruukUiand: .." ..'in
Mniiuui mi. uiuiiiun uuiiiy
Urainrtiburir. No. -Thomas Hlno.
Miuphysvlllo. No, it. I'lntlior.?
t...... I .... M.. IO II W WttiKtt t. j
xviuuvui iu, iir ji n( if ww,' .;
Uonfldenro Lodge, No, 62, ilpst Monday o.
oauh nioiitli, ' ,,
Maiou t,odue, No, UU, third Monday of oaclf
Muysvlll,Cliapter,No.,secoiid .Monday pn
tiauu iiiuiiiii, fih3
Maynylllo Commamlory, No. 10. rourtl,
lloudayol eaoli moutli. ,....-.
l.O. O. F.
PlNnli Knuaiiipliit'iit, No. 9, seoond nun
foun.il .MondayH In fauh moniliH at 7 o'clock.
lJuKulii l.oile. No. VI, Tui'Mlay nlglit.cacn
v,mi, at7o'i)luc)c, :.
Itluggold, No. 27, Wtxtnetday ntglit, ouch
weelc, at 7 o'clock,
ituiblN ol' llonor.
ThellrM and i.,...l of each mouth.
Lodgu room on nuttou blret.l.
Limestone Iiodge, No. a, Friday nlulil'ol
I. O. V. SI.
ulght each weuk.al their hnll on
Midnllly It. V.M.
Hccond mid loutlli .Sundays luuach moiilli,
at their hall on Llmcitono Htreot, .
fr'n!litr .Uittlictv I'. A. H. .
First Hunday In each nionlli, at their hall oli
N. l'atrlrlt'N Iti'iicvolmH Soclciy.
HecondUundiiy in vauh moutli, at their Hall
(lKr MnUttra' tUiion,
Flint Tuesday ulgllt in each moiilli, '
Monday iilght ol eacli week.
Mil I In.
K. 0. It. It., arrival at 0:00 a. m. nnd 8:10 p.
in. at (XA1 a. m. and 12 111 o. m.
DoNanza, down .Monday, Wuduurtday nnd
rnuuyaiu op, m, up iuemiay,inuruay anu
naiuruay hib p.m.
The Itoanl of Council tneeU the arm ThurA
day evening tn each month, j
Mayor llolace January.
I'hiftlcr. " rr
First VurdFml. Ueudol,A. A.
Hecond V ard Dr.U. W. Martin, ThomnH J
Clieuowotli, ltow Hlocloit,
Third 1'earce, K. W. Fitzgerald.
David , i : i
Fourth Waid-Dr. J. L. llil.iter,U. A.WaW
lingfoul, John VV. Alexander.
Fifth Ward-Win. ll.MalheWH, Junien Hnll.
Kdward Myall. 1;
Treanuror and Collector E. U,. I'earce.
Clerk Harry Taylor, ', '. , s s.
Marhhiil . .
iinniiiipa B ,
Doputles. VVrn UllW8(,Ul ,
l FJokllu. vy ,
Wood mill Coal llisiiector I'eter Furuor. .
City J.T. Htrode. ,.
Keopcrof Alinx IlouiUt MrniB. Mlls,
riUSIK TAIIMU .,
Kentucky Central R. R.
Tlmo herein Is twenty mlnuto nlower than
tlmo heietoloio jiti'eu, . . ,.
J death, .three 7SIa: years ago, to- flo'the
- about i,. sick -
A PARENT'S CRUELTY TO HIS CHILD
Leaving Her to Ile Alone or tack of
Tof.fb 'ftilitrUylnB Card Over
Her Dead llody In the
Houma tml r!nii.
I'a.ilec. 17;-A sad'eatoof
crusty has just. ,com.;tP light 'AgenS
Dvean, oflthe Humaiie';S6eloty has:fliod an
against a German.-, named
ppiutaLi ins anuuton tub girl
wore- years of
tho girl and found tho family
playing cards. Failing to got any satisfac
tion from them she went unstiifra nnd round
ktlihiaeIa!rxlxbody,o'C Iho tglf l""oui a
lYjreiniBu oou, coia anuuueie!s,'(irawuvup
(,by the aguny6"f loath,"and
The woman, ilndlng Schliemiller quit
indifferent, hired twp womon at her own
fcxpenso ud ' attended' the girl's funeral.
The information was jnailo to prevent
Schlloinlller ro?h obtaliibg Control I6f 8
younger daughter, a deltcato girl of eight-
teen, years, whoui ho dfovo roin .horaojwc
VraVs ngrZbUt now would bring back tc
snuject to tho same treatment as Jioraoad
sister roceived. ' l ' '
A Bullet Deeply Imbedded In Ills Brain
for8 Nenrly.Two Mnntli. r
w xoiiKf uecj it. unaries ucimer,
,,eventeenyeaM old, hi Nr M $3inptei
"strvt.',I!f(V)V'lvn. nhnt liitnsclf. fnthi "liftnd
in tto lor, of his home oii' 8undaVi Oclo-
'heriS, Tho snooting, ho claims, was acci
dental and was done whllo ho was handling
a Smith & Wosson revolver. The
ullot passed sli iuuhos through.tlie, middle,
a. .iv iA 1 .'J it. j :.i :.m.
ui uis unuii. .iccorunig ui mo pnysiciaui
Hs tliero yet, but Relmer has fully recoy
'ered'.alKLvhas .retdriioil'.'to his work in thW
city as sound in mind, body and spirits ai
before. Tho doctors tnako the Yollowidg
(.statement:' -- --
"We found that the ball had entered the
mhlllln flf tllil rlfrlif. shin nf tliA lion.1 nn
Jinh'oiiila hatf'aboyS tlii (Hgtr,a'nd I
that Ittook a slfghUy downward course
six iuchos directly through the reasoning
jfaoilltitf lhejyduffg .man; pulse at.
forty-eight beats to tho minute. We
probed for tho bullet, going three inches,
into tho. brfjili 'a (id J tlnijlligj the passage
mado by tha ball leading still further in.
Then wo agreed to, leave further probing
till tlio next&dny, and put the young man
on sttict antljlmlogistio treatment to allay
tbV'nllairm'tioii wlilch we expected. We
did not anticijiato his recovery, but
expected l)Is; tJeatb within'
iour gavo uo
hone. His nulse rallied before
tevening, f ToTnifty.pye ldS
groes, nnd,.very;. J)ttlo. iuUammatioii eet'In.i
Theso were favorable symptoms, but we did
not deem that tliero was the least chance
of his surviving. Noxt day we probed
again, going live Inches into the brain, and
aninrh further in. W
itTwould' only "hasten death to
remove it, and concluded to let it stay
there, Although w had no hopes of the
young man's recovery, we 'persisted in our
treatment, the patient's father nnd mother
doing the nursing. He, unexpectedly U
us. .. calncdfbverv dnv. till at. the . end of .two
- - f., m r " WM - v F - TI
iwceks he wasico'mnaratlvelv. out of dancer.
I 116 is now rully recovered, and has gone
back to work in as sound health, mind and
spirits as ho over enjoyed, apparently."
Dr. Solon F. Bliss said yesterday that n;
to tho bullet having penetrated the brain
.thPTopvas no. question, 'aniV.tliat 'it is in tho
bruin still. PrJbes'iwnra&dYlie.apert.ui's
mane oy tne oan, leading through me
membrauo and tissue of tho brain at least
six inches. The bullet did not como out on
the other side nnd hence must bo whero it
lodged, in the man's brain. Tho doctor
dR8Uchcaw8elJqt))runeard of, but
twerajtfijryjrarefand attributed "the wounded
man's recovery largely to the fact that his
"blbdil wiU entirely alcoholic
poison. .... T:
Dr.--,Mann, tho celebrated surgeon of
-Brooklyn, said: ''That only proves- the
truth; of' the pellef I haye always hadthat
tho brain is n much harder substance .man
jtiSradTacerebrallabcess now I
!liold)ifaotbeHitVtoTcay In a brother
iphysiolanff'and'" toll5" lilih ' 13 trbphinininy
sumtbe risk.J &-:
Groat interest' is JijUj n tho .case UV.'tho
SnedlcalJtraterufty, and' 'many- physicians
have. dope to:gather therdetalhi of
case and persbhaiiy examine
young lUfimer., - j
lasnortedttoi Whip LIuhey
vv v .fifuro.is.'re &'
I ,W VpBK,"J)go. Pen-
lereast.'who has suddenly enruntr into nu
Hulllvan, with no response, is now matchod
against a pugilist known as Uughey Burns.
There has been considerable curiosity to
learn who this Burns is, who is propared to
raoet so undoubtedly t0Ugh""iT cifstomor as
Pendergast has proved himself. He came
fronvKngland seven mouths ago, and has
been in this country evor since, ne is ouo
of, (thoso frwment importations; whp haiVB
'been',brought hero "during" tlio past two
or three years, in. order that Mr. John L.
Sullivan might get lickod. Burns was
sent for by Red Lcary, in tho hope that ho
mlgjit' accomplish the job, although Rod
Leary and Sullivan are on perfectly
friendly drms. But, knowing the money
that was, In the business, if a man could be
found wlio would make a decent' show with
Sullivan, Red Leary asked Bill Richard,
son, who koeps a publio house in London,
and is famous as a to send
over tho best man in England. Richardson
plckod out Burns, who, although ho bad
over been champion or mot Greenfield,
he generally recognized champion, or evon
Mitchell, had fought with Rooke, Goodo,
and other good men, and gained the reputation
of boing a very superior fighter, as
ui niust havq boon to induce such a judge
us Richardson to name him for such an
extra Impossible job as to whip Sullivan.
sBnrjis camo over here seven mouths ago
unfiJraldod, and waB quietly put in training
at Brighton Beach, to bo kept until tho
time came. His backers are now about to
bring him before the public, beginning with
uo loss a leajUucninn.thna I'iHkj'iwt,but,
I'vpf course, ultimately aiming at Hulliyau
K Uuins is ri years old, 5 feet 10K inches
Uugh.'and In lighting condition will weigh
1(V) pounds, Ho is of large bone, long-armed,
muscular and well built nil over,
nnd has the requisite for a tighter as luld
down by Mr. Jttines Maro, a large mouth.
Ho has rathor a long and narrow head, in
contradistinction to the round or bull
' head so often seen on the prize lighter.
After tlm match with Pendergast was
Jiiado tho backers of Burns sent for tho old
champion, Joe Uoss, who is said to bo in
eood condition, and Burns had a trial with
Gos waH Sullivan's tralnor for the last
fight with Hyan, and, as )ie probably had a
pretty accurate; idea of Sullivan's powers,
Burus's backers thought best to show (Iocs
What their map could do and get bis judg
ment on mo men ut oi tuo two. ine result
of the trial has not been tpade public, but
believed that the backers of Burns
hnye had'iu) for luurtased anxiety
da to the htfcceHS of their favorite In his
match with rondergast. The affair Js to
come off any day thnt may be agreed ou In-
ddo of five woelcrf. Whether It will bo In
public or private has not yet been determined
on, but it is pretty certain to be a
hard and stubborn contest.
FOREIGN NOTES AND NEWS.
A Bugaboo AI1014I Irish llMcueri 1'oole
AbiMiiluiiH All Hope.
London, Dec. 17. The Assyrian Monarch,
the Monarch Lino steamer which la,
reported to have on b)urd a group of Irishmen
who have conspired to rescue O'Donnell,
nrrlved h6reyesterday. It is strange,
un'derthe circumstances especially, that tbe
passenger list is tomjiorarlly mlliiand
cannot be' obtained for inspect lop. Throe,
etectlves, with special warrants, have
oarded the stenhter, and her passengers
will not be allowed 'to land until
after O'Donnell's execution. All
the suspected person on board
have been marked and are being carefully
watched) tho statements of some of the
paengws having borne but the information
already cabled to the government officials
from America. It is mOre than
likely that several arrests may be made.
duuun, ieo. h. rooio nas abandoned
11 IwtrtA rf ...t Aw.i.l... ....1.1...M ...lu
v.uwr. iuu iti iieiiiivr puruun
ror'reprlovo. He made his ilnal prepara
tions to-day, and was visited by the Chaplain
of ths prison and by the sisters, and
attended service, in the prison chapel. All
the preliminary arrangements for his exe
cution have been made, and up to-day It
ifi oxpeetl thnt Blnns would attend to
the execution. The short time allowed him
.nfUr the execution of O'Donnell and the
'dLvutlsfnctlon resulting from the mannor
of his first executions, have made a
arrangement necessary. The Sboriff of
tho couiuy has sent to the North of Ire-laud
for a man who has a reputation as a
hangman, and who was on many occasions
nn assistant of .Marwood's.
Paius, Doc. 17. It is stated by the
friends of Victor Hugo that he has written
a letter tq Queen Victoria, requesting her
to interfere in O'Donnell's case and pardon
him. By such a pardon ho claims that the
.Queen will obtain the unanimous approval
of the nations'of the world.
A I.nke Schooner nnd Twenty Lire, I,ot.
GitA.vrj Haven, Mich,, Dec. 17. A tug
which has arri od from the North Shore
brings pojitiyo intelligence that the schooner
Mary Ann Ilulbert is lost. She went down
during tho sovero gnle of last Wednesday
night, with twenty 011 board, nil. of whom
were lost. Tho names of the men are not
known. Most of them were railroad laborers.
Sho was being towed by the tug
lvlucardlne, and during tha storm sho
sprung a lenk and began to till. Having u
greiicrew not know how to manage
her, sho began drifting with the wind,
turning the tug from its course. Whon the
tug, to save itself, cut the tow line, it scut
he schooner adrift, and sho almost immediately
went down. The schooner was a
a small ono, valued at about 1,000.
Hearchlnc Suapecteil Pnsnenger.
London, Dec 17, The passengers of the
steamship1 Assyrian Monarchy who haye
been under surveillance of Government detectives
on board the steamer since Saturday,
011 account of a rumor that among
them was a party of Invlncibles on a mission
to rescue O'Donnell, wore landed at tho
Mill-Wall docks. Each passenger was
closoly scrutinized by a large number of
Scotland Yard detectives, who had. assembled
on the docks for that purpose, and
their luggage carefully searched, but no
compromising document was found. The
Government la arraugingto bay all steamers
arriving from American ports thoroughly
Inspected before permitting the
passengers to land.
Two Thousand Miliar Out f Work.
PirrsBuno, Doc. 17. Owing to largo
stocks of coal and low prices at all points
between ' Pittsburg and New Orleans, tho
operators have decided upon a general suspension
of work in the river pits, nd, before
January first, over two thousand men
will be thrown out of employment. The
railroad pits are also in bad shape, averaging
but a quarter to half time. Of the
soventy pits on the Monongahela River,
probably fifty will close and the rest run
Crow Doe Onts Another Lease 011 HI.
"WA8IUNOTON, Dec. 17. The United
States Supremo Court has decided that the
uuurts.of Dakota Territory had no jurisdiction
In the case of murder , preferred
against the Indian "Crow Dog," who killed
"Spotted Tall," and who was recently sentenced
to death by a court of the Territory,
The Supremo Court, in its decision, says:
"Crow Dog' " must be tried in the usual way,
by the Indians of the tribe in which the
murder was committed."
Tletlceuce or the Htate Department.
"Wasiunoton, Dec. 17. The Stato Department
officials are very reticent concerning
tho probability of any future action
by the Department in reference to tho
refusal of the British Government to grant
a resplto to O'Donnell. In response to inquiries,
it was merely stated that tho correspondence
between the Governments has
already been gtvert to the press and that
the future action of this Government cou'd
not now bo announced.
They Agree to Disagree.
Wabihnoton, Dec. 17, The Joint committee
appointed to adjust the salaries of
the House and Senate employes met Monday
morning. They will report a
The members of the committee
from the House wanted to reduce the salaries
of tho Senate employes to correspond
with those of the House, and tha Senators
refused to consent to it It la probable
that another committee will be appointed.
ALL ABOUT A LETTER.
A Doctor Sued .by
Trknton, N, J"., Dec. 17. A most Inter'
f sting case wan begun Inst week, and la still
being trlod before Chiof Justice Beosloy in
tho Hunterdon County Court at Fleming,
ton. Tho parties are Burt Jf."., Louderbacn,
a travelling salesman for, a largo drug
houso in. Philadelphia, and Dr. W,., S,
C revollqg, of Bloomsbury. in Hunterdon
Coilitty. Dr. CroTellng Owns1 (he Odd-Fellows'
Hall in Bloomsbury. la March
Bamuol Hanson, a druggist, eocuplcd
a part of the building. On March
3 he received an anonymous letter, post-
marked Easton, Pa., stating that if' be
wished to save his goods from destruction
ho should movo them from the building.
He took tho letter to Dr. Croveltng and
then, earing that it might bo burned,
ipp.vod from the buildipg. The insurant
companies, soon afterwards cancelled tho.
policies on the building. Just prior to the
reception of the letter by Sir. Hanson,
Louderba?h was in Bloomsbury. For some
unknown reason Dr. Crevolfng suspected
him of sending, the letter.'
On July 23 Loudcrlpach returned, to
Bloomsbury and' was.arrested. In September
tho Grand Jury met and failed to find
a true bill against him for sending a threatening
letter. Last October Loudcrbacb
through his counsel, J. M; Scovel, began a
suit against Dr, Creveling to recovor, $20,000
for false imprisonment. , Louderbocb
proves he was in Newark, N. J., when tho
letter was posted. The case'ls'ttillon.
in rqme'at LAST.
That Tedious "Vl.lt" Moving Ponderously
to Its Bnd.
Rome, Dec 17. The Crown
William arrived Ijorfl at l.ap. m.,,
and was met at ine door of Iho saloon, carriage
immediately after it entered the station
by King Humbert and Prince Am'ado,
both pf whom kissed tho royal visitor. Tha
royal party and suite .then drove to the
Qulrlnal Palnqe ,iu open carriages, Tha
cinity of the railway station and, the street,, ,
through which tho carriages containing iho,
royal party passed, were lined with cnlwds,
and the windows and. balconies
nf the various buildings along
the route were filled with sight
seers. Troops lined the route along .Hblch
the Prince passed and the greatest enthusiasm
prevailed. The Crown Prince was'
frequently cheered while en route to the.
Qulrlnal, where a great crowd, oasernbled.
who loudly cheered him. A few moments
after the royal party ntored the'Qurjrinal'
tho .Crown. Prince, in response to, repeated
calls from tho vast crowd appeared on tho
balcony and bowed his qckuowlodgments,
tho band in the meantime,. playing
man national anthem. The Prince then,
held a reception and members of the
aristocracy and high officials were present.
THE SHEETED DEAD.
High Jinks Out Up by New Jersey
STBWAnTSViLLK, N. J. Dec 17. The
residents of this village are morbidly ax-cited
over the nightly antics of alloged
apparitions in an antiquo old house situated
near the village academy, Belated ylllagors
aver that they have seen sudden flashes of
light equalling tho brilliancy of 'the electric
lamp, and heard shriek after shriek in quick
succession, as if soma one was being murdered.
People who have had tbo temerity
to wnlt for further developments." alter
hearing these blood-curdling slirleks ,aro
ready to swear that they have soon the curtains
pf the old house raised and the forms
of females in scant raiment indulging in
shocking orgies. It is claimed tJattboprtH
gramme of sudden illumination, shrieks,,
murders and orgies is rigidly adhered ti.
There, aro numerous believers in the truth
of these statements, but it is hjntod that a
gang pf tramps is responsible, for the manifestations.
TH E VICE-PRESIDENCY.
Sentlmeut In Favor of Senator Anthony-Other
Washington, Dec 17, At a Republican
caucus of Senators Monday the qtiestipn ol
electing a pro tempore wai
discussed. There was a unanimous sentiment
developed in favor of the.electlon ol
Sonator Anthony, but it was thought' advisable
to lay the subject over until after
the holiday recess. A report is current
that considerable opposition has arisen to
the selection of Mr. W. P. Canaday, of
North Carolina, to be
General Anson G, McCook, the Caucus
nominee for Secrotary of the Senate, arrived
in Washington Mondav.
The "Washington Bar Association has appointed
a committee, consisting of R. T.
Merrick, Thos. F. Bayard, and others, to
proparo suitable resolutions in memory of,
their late colleague, Judge Jero Black, of
York, Pa., and report the samb to an
committee of the Association to be
held in the United States Supreme Court
chamber on Friday next,
WILL DEMAND GORE.
A Member of thw Dukes Tribe oa tha TTar
Unioxtown, Pa., Dec. 17. The arrival
home, with his young brido, of Frank' J.
Hellin, who figured in tho sensational wedding
In Baltimore, a few days ago, marrying
Miss Zimmerman after hejTM pursued
alxut the city several hours by his riwt.
young Hammond, of Virginia, was mado
the occasion of an enthusiastic' demonstration
by his friends. Hellin's mother is a
step-sister of Dukes, and Dukes was. the
guardian of the Hellin boys. Frank's, plder
brother has left for Baltimore, where he
will hunt up Hammond for the purpose of
lighting a duel with hlro. He is a daredevil
fellow, having figured in many ad-,
ventures in the West, and if ho meets Hammond
troublo will likely ensuo.
A laidy Lawyer Snubbed.
Pnn.ADKj.rniA, Dec 17. Judge Hare has
denied the application of Mrs., Carrie &
Kllgour for admission to practice in tha
Common Pleas Court. Judge Hare said
that the uniform rulo and practice of the
Courts of Pennsylvania were against the.
admission of women, lawyers, and, ha ro
not disposed to take upon himself the
sponslblllty of Introducing the Innovation.
An application for the admission of Mrs.
Kilgour will be mado to the Supreme Court
early next month.
The Crown Prince In llorae.
Rome, Dec 17.-The Qulrlnal palaca has
been reservod for the entertainment of the
Crown Prince. It is significant that this
edifice, having been constructed sine 1870,
is exempt from the anathema of Pope PJu
IX., prouounclug excommunication upon
tha Qulrlnal and all within it.