Charles OD of Ebervale?
Held For Further Hearing. John Turse, who conducts a saloon at the comer of Diamond Avenue and Wyoming street, was arraigned before Alderman Fallon last night on the harge of assault and battery preferred by Charles O'Donnell, of Ebervale, who claims having been beaten by the defendant In the latter's place on Memorial Day. Turse was held for a further hearing this evening. O'Don nell was beaten in a brutal manner and, according to tbe testimony of an eye witness, the assault was entirely unprovoked. Both the proprietor and bis son attacked O'Donnell and while they were belaboring him with their fists four other Italians pitched Into him. One of tbe latter had a beer glass in bis haad and with this be struck O'Donnell on the head. Tbe blow made a wound six Inches In length, from which tbe blood flowed In a stream. O'Donnell was then thrown Into the street. He was hardly able to stand, being weak from tbe loss of blood. A young man named 8ulllran hitched up a horse and wagon and took the victim to the- the- State Hospital, where the terrible terrible wound In hi bead was tewed op.