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I 1 per dty during December, 1890 297,058 .p. --r"-----is' tJV " " ' To'al number of ads printed In ' rVOMO 1 t j I cMitir. ... 000,l Eflll Pill ltl '7-.i.7t4wi l Ckl((irL ifOlUK iti ll eember, 1891 .'. 59 O 1 4 1 I Total gam per day 0Z OIO BU1 J I I r PW PWlMWS&WWlW H Ml EV VH 111 1A o,v i 1 1 " 36.'2(3i & f J - MBBMBMB - w j';irf- -- -6'355 ' 1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, TlTESDAY. JANTAHY 12. 1892. " PRICE ONE CENT i LAST EDITION. OUTLAWS GOING. , Indictments Deported to Have Been Found Against Them. Police and Excise Boards Join ! In the Crusade. "The Evening World's" Expos ures Eesult in a Eaid. Some Additions Made to the List of Dive-Keepers. Three Dent on the Bowery That Are Doing Business With Doors Wide Open. NEW YORK'S OUTLAWS. at Table Subject to Datty Change. DBH.I.T ItleOLORY.In the Penltentlarr. TRENCH HOTEL GUIDON, Under Arrest. TON GOI7I.D, In Temporary Retirement. FRANK 8TBVKNHON In Hldln. MANAGER. DAVIH... Dive Annex Cloaed. CAREY WELCH Cloned. JIM McCORMICK. ..Ulre Annex Cloaed. I JIM SULLIVAN Dim Annex Closed. "BONBST" JOHN KELLY. Dire Annex Cloaed PICKWICK SCRIBNER, Hire Annex Cloaed. J. H. MoGURK Open. LOUIH HTAJKU Wide Open. IGNATZ BUTTNER. 804 Bowery Wide Open. Policemen from the Fifteenth, Nineteenth, Eleventh, Tenth and FourteentA precincts went before the Grand Jury to-da, ana gave testimony agMnst eome ot the dtfes exposed by The Kviniko World. Captt. Iletlly, McCullagh, Ryan, Thompson, Meaklm. and Bergt. Creeden were olso present and held a consultation with District-Attorney Nleoll. At 1.1 S o'clock the Grand Jury came Into part I. before Judge Fitzgerald and handed In several Indictments. It was reported about the District-Attorney's office that several of tho outlaws had been Indicted. Tho officials, however, de clined to give out the names of the Indicted persons, hinting that It might prevent arrests from being made. The Etknino World has already closed the dens conducted by nine of New York's boldest outlaws, and the police authorities, the members of the Exclso Board and the District-Attorney aro working together to keep those places from reopening their doors. Having compelled action by the regularly constituted authorities against each and every one of the places selected in tho be ginning of Its crusade, Inn Evkninq World to-day makes some additions to Its list of den keeplng outlaws. As u result of the battle, waged by this newspaper In the Interests of decency and good order, Mr. Billy McUlory has been sent to prison, Mr. Tom aould has been forced Into retirement, Mr. Frank Stevenson Is In hiding, six other outlaws have closed their dives, and the den of a seventh Proprietor Guidon's French Hotel, In Sullivan street was last night raided by the police. But there are still other outlaws who must be driven out of business, and Tin Evknino World proposes to keep Its search-light di rected against them until all aro driven to the wall. The battle will be fought to a nn Ish; the outlaws will be compelled to go. I The Excise Board has taken official cogni zance of the exposures made by Tns Evenino World, and has asked tho rollco Board to collect and submit evldcnco that mil enable It to revoke tho licenses under which certain of these dens are conducted. In the list sub mitted by the Excise Board these places are mentioned: "Honest" John Kelly's, oso Sixth avenue. James Mccormick's (licensed to John Glea son), 628 sixth avenue. Flank Stevenson's (licensed to John Mc rue), 219 Blcecker street. Jim Sullivan's Failey's Hotel (licensed o Peter F. Matthews), 78 Third avenue. The saloon at 72 University placo (licensed to John Wulfers). I The saloon at 78 West Third street (licensed I to John Maher). I Tho saloon at 63 Bowery (licensed to John I H. McGurk). I The saloon at 30 and 41 Bowery (licensed a, to Alexander Moldenhauer). W The saloon at 134 and 136 East Fourteenth H street (licensed to Charles A. Bert bold). 1 Police Captains ltyan and McCullagh have 1 been summoned to appear before the Excise I Board Thursday afternoon to give eldenco I against tho "Excise Exchange" and the I " Hole In the Wall," at which time the liquor I licenses for those places will undoubtedly be I revoked. I ' Of to-day's additions to the list aboro glicn 1 J. II. Mcdurk's place Is probably the worst J It Bucn distinction Is possible where all are A notorlousl) bad. It Is a concert hall and W barroom, and la frequented by males and y females of tho most depraed tastes, and, like the other dtn that have leen exposed by I lux Kiininq Homo, It is a place or resort I for thieves and thugs. I Oombo&sj's old plice, at SO Bowery, now maniged by another flerce-whlskered bandit, ft aa- .'ft&lJ-DIM,- ,.. Is of tho same general character, as Is also Louts Stajer's den, at 2S& Bowery. No quarter will be shown to theso out laws, nor to thrse others whoso dens are being studied by Ktixino World investiga tors. a HARD TIMES FOR DIVE-KEEPERS. Tho Outlaws' Crews of Thugs Are Dlsgustod and Disheartened. When Police Capts. Ryan and McCullagh go beforothe Board of Excise to report on tho evidence found against dives in the Fifteenth and Fourteenth Precincts their reports will agree In every particular with the startling series of arraignments which Tue Evemino World has been making against the outlaw s of New York. Last night again witnessed the closing of every dlvo annex to tho establishments of tho Big Eight of New York's outlaws. Frank Stevenson's " Slide " on Bleecker street, Tom Gould's den at sixth avenue andTwent) thlrd street and Carey Welch's " Hole In tho Wall "on Fourth aenue, were each and oil shut up as tight as a drum, making admis sion Impossible without the use of a batter .Ingram. The other five, "Honest" John Kelly, Mr. Mccormick, Mr. Pickwick Scrlbner, Mr. Jim Sullivan and Mr. Excise Exchange Davis, made a weak bluff at opposing The Evening World's crusade, but showed by their own actions that theirs was a lost cause. Their dive annexes were closed so far as original Intent- and purposes were con cerned, and In no way was this truth mado more strongly manifest than by the Increased numbers of depraved creatures on the street corners and in doorways. Since The Evekino world's crusade has been waged their former favorite haunts have been closed against these abandoned men and women. True, the men are even now admitted to tho bars of their old resorts, but the women are barred out, and the worker of the badger game can do nothing without the presence and co-operation of his female accomplice. HOW TOE rOLICE OAK XANAOC TTIEM. For this reason the men socm Inclined to desert the scenes of tnelr former robberies or conspiracies to rob, preferring to trust rather to the street for their victims. Even here they are foiled by tho 'activity of tho police, who keep them constantly "moving on" until, disgusted and tired, they slink away to their homes, hoping for "better luck to morrow." Thero was plenty of evidence of this state of affairs In New York's streets last night, and, In conversation with Evenixo World Investigators, a policeman remarked: "I never before saw so many of them on the street as I have during the last week. And It's nothing ".but the closing of theso dives that's doing It. " Whon they wore doing their work Inside, of course, we couldn't catch 'em very handy, but now they have to work on the street, and we can easily handle them." It was almost Impossible last night to find a woman In any of the notorious dens against which The Evekino World's search-light has been directed. At the Pickwick, Broad way near Thirty-sixth Btrect, the "family entrance" was again locked, (and entrance was to bo bad only through the front door. Time and again women tried the Bide door In vain. They made no attempt to enter by the main doors, for tbey knew it was useless. Proprietor Scribner's place Is "respectable," and he can't afford to have women running through his barroom -not Just now, at all events. LI0I1TXD Vr, rll'T DNOCCCriED. The asstgnatlon-room In the rear was Il luminated by a big aro light, but only for a bluff. The room might Just as well have been as dark as was Mr. Mccormick's, further down, at ASS Sixth avenue, tor not a woman was to be seen there. Neither was Mccormick's sldo door open. Two women, one of them of ebony huo, tried to open It, when the suave old colored waiter, whose forehead Is encroaching on his back hair, came outside and gently but positively announced : " 'bcuse me, ladles, but we'ro all closed." Nor was there a woman to bo seen in " Honest" John Kelly's assignation-room last night. Dandy Jack lit up the room again and with several of "Honest" John's cronies hat around a table and tried hard ti appear cheerful. But It was a dismal failure, and after won- derlug "If this business Is ever going to blow over," the gang one by olio withdrew, and Dandy Jock regretfully pro ceeded to " douse the glim." Farley's Hotel, at 78 Third avenue, Jim Sullivan's place, was dark and deserted, too, wlththeexccptlonot the bar, which was only poorly patronized. In spile of his arrest early Sunday morn ing, Manager Alfred Davis opened the bar portion of his double-decked den, the Excise Eictyuige, last night. But he kept strictly within the provisions of the law, and the as. Hgnat lon-rooms were dark and unoccupied. Two or three louples entered the place during the evening, but they w ere well-known crooks and tbelr confederate, who quietly called for drinks, orsuk them and departed without having attempted to enter the rear or upstalrsrooms. THE KHESCIl HOTEL KAIDKU. But down at i:i."iSulllan street the vilest kind of wickedness and debauchery was going t on, those engaging in It llttlo dreaming that they were about toleel the result of The Evfnixii Ohio's crubade. Proprietor Guidon had continued to run his vile resort, which Is known as "The French Hotel" and which outrli ailed In nasilncss Stevenson's old " Black and Tan " and Ills later "Slide," In deflanco of Tiir Kvxin World's exposures, but last night he kepi open onco too often. While drunken men and women were In Indulging In indescribable orgies, capt. ltyan and forty of his Merce-r street policemen raided tho place and arrested forty-four people, Including outlaw Guidon himself I STAGNATION AT THE FXCISE. Over on tho Bowery, too, the law was onenly defied by outlaws of a somewhat lesser calibre. John II. McGurk, who was Just be ginning to acqulro notoriety as an outlaw when The Evfnino Worth's search-light was turned on tho metropolitan dons, has since been Uniting on his oars, so to speak, In a half-hearted attempt to do business in oppo sition to Mr. Carey Welch and the others. Friday night his apprehension was so great that In company with his greater brothers In wickedness he closed his ontlre establishment. Last night he reopened, however, and while tho carnival In his assignation-room was of unusually mild type, still the motley gang of frowsy frequenters of the placo was present and no attempt was made to shut out any thirsty soul who had money. McClurk's Is one of many such dens which President Meaklm, of the Excise Board, as a result of Tux Evening World s crusade, has asked the police to Investigate. Among others are " Honest " John Kelly's, 820 sixth avenue ; Mccormick's, at S28 Sixth avenue ; Stevenson's Slide, at Sin Bleecker street; Stevenson's West Third and Thompson streets den, and Jim- Sullivan's Farley's Hotel, 78 Third avenue. two orntn Drss ov the bow fry. All these places were first shown to the public In their true colors by Ins Evenino World, and while President Meaklm Is seek ing further Information regarding them he might also cause an Inquiry to bu made Into the character of two other Bowery dens, whose proprietors have persistently defied the law under the guise of concert halls. 'these establishments aio Gombossy's old Crystal Palace, at 2114 Howery, and Louis Stajer's, at 25S Bowery, where tho most de praved women drag in unsuspecting drunken men to ltston to the music and nil them up on stale beer and worso whiskey, all "ladles' drinks" costing a premium, part of which goes to tho femalo puller-ln. Both were open on Sunday nUht. Oombossysold place has been constantly In trouble with tho Exclso Board. It Is now run by a bewblskercd, brlgandlsh-looklng bandit, who claims that bis place is respect able. A glance at bis pullers-ln and tho crooits who Infest the placo is sufficient to give the He to his assertion. Stajer's placo is no belter, If not worse. It was formerly under Gombossy's control and has alna) sheen run on thesamo plan as the old Crystal Palace. WILL MEET M'GLORY'S FATE. Dlvekeeper Guidon Held for Keep ing a Disorderly House. Detectives Sullivan and Cooney, of capt. Ryan's command, bad a long string of prison ers In tho Jefferson Market Court this morn ing. There wcro fortj-flve In all, thirty-two men and twelve women, who bad been arrostcd In the raid whlcn was made late last mgbt upon the disreputable resort at 2:1.' Sullivan street, known as " 1 be French Hotel," as a result of The Evekino World's trusado against New York's outlaw s. The French Hotel is a place whoro the ery lowest and most depraved of tho population of that part of tbo city gather nightly to drink and carouse. It took a platoon oi forty policemen Irum the Mercer street station to gather In the habitues. They were arraigned before Justice Dlvver In squads of four. Mx of them, four of tho mon and two women, wcro discharged. Tho others, with tbo exception of August Guidon, the alleged proprietor of the den and oue In mafe.werenucd tlOeacb. Most of them went to the bland. l.eon Able, one of the Inmates upon whom was found a pair of brass knuckles, w as com mitted in iOO ball fur trial on a cbargo of can lng a euncealed w eapon. Guidon, the Fri'nihmau, who manages the plaee, was charged with a moro serious of. tense than I lie others, Hut of keeping a dis orderly hnusu, und wai held In iSOO ball for examination. He could not procure ball and was locked up. lie demanded an examination, and Judge lllwir set It down for this afternoon. SOLD LIQUOR TO A CHILD. Barkoepor John Smith Held for Trial In Ooneral Sessions. John smith, barkeeper for John Neally, proprietor of tho saloon al 2274 Eighth ave nue, who wjs arretted b onictr Moore, of tho Oerry hoclelj, Monday night tor selling liquor to ten-) ear-old Mary Lomax, was ar ralgned lefore .luntltc Kelly, In thu Harlem Police Court, t lilt morning, pleaded nut guilt) , and was helil In MHO lull for duieral hes. I Muoki. Hall, llnir lllme I all tobaaeo. Tha Wit & ca( vlgaratta matla. ." FOREIGN NEWS OF THE DM. More Serious Eoports as to tho Duko of Olarouco's Condition. Knrl of Chnrleinont and Archbishop of Genoa Dead of Influenm. fnv AaociATrn rnraa 1 IoxnoN, Jan. 12 Though yesterday tbo phjsM.ms In attendance upon the Duke of Clarenco and Avondale took a very cneerful Mew of their patltit's condition, there Is 11 general opinion abroad that the Duke Is more seriously III than his family and physlclins would h.wc the general public belleAc. 1 his morning the official statement Issued b) the ph) Mi lutis says that the lnllsuimatlon of the lungs from which tbo Duke Is suffering Is pursuing lis course. 'I hoy add that his strength Is well maintained, but that no Im provement can be reported. Reports from sandrlugham received up to noon to-da) by the Excbango Telegraph Corn pan) stale that the pneumonia is developing Into n more sevcro typo than Is announced by the physlelans In their statements lor tho In formation of tho public. The queon, who is sojourning at Osborno House, Islo of igbt, Is very anxious regard ing tbo condition ot her grandson, and she has ordered that Information be Immediately telegraphed to her ot tho slightest changes In tbo Duke's condition. It Is considered highly probable that unless there Is oon a change for the better Her Majesty will cut short her visit al Osborno House and go to Sandrlngham Hall. The Illness from Influenza of sir Francis Knollys, private secretar) to the Prlncu ot Wales, has caused some little confusion In tho answering of the numerous messages by let ter and telegraph which are dally received at Sandnngbain. Influenza's Work in Europe An Irish Bishop's Death. ipt AKBnrtATrn rnrsi. London, Jan. 12. There Is no;abatcment whatever In the epidemic ot Influenza which 11 sweeping over England. Among tho persons prominent In English society who have been attacked by tho dis ease arc Lord and Lady urooke, who arc both prostrated at Warwick Castle, their resldenca In Warwick. The death Is announced this morning ot tbn Right Rev. Mllllam Reeves, V. 1)., of the Church of Ireland (Protestant), Bishop of Down. At Chelmsford, a town In Essex, the num ber ot cases Is particularly large and tho mortality Is very great. In Tiverton, Devonshire, with a population of 7,500, there have been thirty deaths from influenza during tbe past fortnight. One hundred and forty of the professors, students and attendants at thu Cathollo Col lege at Tclgnmculh, Devonshire, have been stricken with the disease. Advices from Paris show that Influenza con tinues to Increase everywhere In France. Despatches from Berlin nnd Vienna state that the disease thows notlgnot abatement In Germany and Austria. In Belgium Influenza continues to be wide spread In Its rai ages. At Louv aln, n city fifteen miles northeast ot Brussels, thero Is located an Insane asylum which has 500 Inmates, 400 or whom are suffering with Influenza. Forty liavo been Incapacitated for service by tho disease. In tbo lunatic colony at Gbecl tho dlseaso continues to spread In splto ot every effort to check It. A despatch from Biarritz, France, an nounces the death at tbat placo, from In lluenza, to-day ot the Earl of Charlomont. Rome, Jan. 12 Mgr.Magnasco, Archbishop ot Genoa, whoso serious Illness from Influenza was announced a few days ago, died to-day. Count Tolstoi on tho Famine Condi tions In Russia. IflT AMOrlATri) PRRgs 1 London, Jan. 12 A longartlclo by Count Tolstoi on tbe subject ot tbe famine In Kussla appears In this morning's Datlu T irgnwh. In wblcb 11 ba s that the reproaches against tbo Russian Government and Its official repre sentatives aro exaggerated and tbo charges ot apathy In many coses unfounded. "All," ho says, "aro doing tbelr best to stave off the Impending calamity. Ifrtsulls are meagre, ll Is less from lack of good will than from the condition of the relations sub sisting between tho sucenrers and tbe suc cored." He then pictures the destitute, condition of his own district. He admits that much drunkenness prci alls, and also thatlnmsny cases well-to-do but thrifty peoplo eat the bread Intended for tho famine sufferers merely from motives of economy. Yet in tho Kraplvlnsky, Bogorodltsk, Ephremotr and Eplphansk districts from :io tooopir cent, ot the people will havonoth lng tu eat in n week or two. They are already eonsumlng hrcad so bad that It nets llki a violent 1 1111 tic when taken Into tbe stomuch, and the Lewrages which thev) unfortunates drink make themcraz). Kin Humbert Makes Poaceful Overtures to the Pope. 1M AVftnriAlED rBEM 1 Paris, Jan. 11. .ii I'att sajs to-day that King Humbert has mado overtures to the Pope off ei lng to compromise the questions al Issue between the htato and the Nailcan. l.a Vatt further i-as that the terms offend by King Humbert, while maintaining the rights of the Crown, arc fully satisfactory to the Vatican. 'lho paper ailds that the Pope Is much pleased that the Ice has been broken and thai Important results will probibly follow the ejienlng of involutions between Hie qulrln il ami tbe atlean. Mansion of Sir John Mlllals, Near Porth, Destroyed by Fire. ?t A..ori.Tri rtiFn I Lonpos, Jjn. 12 The mansion of sir John Everett .Mlllals, the dWHeyulstied English painter, neat I'erlh, Holland, caught lire lesterda) inornln,' and was partial!) lie stro)cd. Last night the flro broke ouiugsln, and the MrinMoii was burned to the ground. Mrs. Mlllals was cunllued to her bed with Influenza when lho fire broke out, but she was removed In iUnt), The Noted Benedictine Abbey De stroyed by Fire. II, T AI.IK-IATE!) ritrsa.1 Paris, Jan. 12. Fire broke out Inst night In the Benedictine AbU-i at lecouip, Depart ment of helm Inferleuri, and tho building was dcslro)ed. 'Ine Abley was no'ed us being tne plnco win re tho 1 1 li bralod Bene dictine liqueur was manufactured. A NEW EXCISE LAW,; Provisions of n Bill to Bo Urged in tho Logislaturo. Properly Restricted Sunday Sales Its Chief Feature. lcftln( Automation Approve Tho K ven In-; World. Itccoiu- liiriidiittotM A new i:clscTjlll, wUlchH faoreilbj tin NVw ork Statu Wine, liquor and Hcer Dial trV AHViklatlun and muiltllid niter UipIjIII uhtchunii killed last )eiu, .1U be introduced In the Legislature In a da) or tmi. ltlsdeslKtud to glu KfratirlllHTt) to the retail trade, esptiiall) Id largo cllUs, and at the bamo time, to belt r ctiuulu tlie authurl ties to k(ep tliu hale of liquor ultliln reason able bounds and iireont groat violations ot tho law. FOK FAIFB ON PCNUAV. Among tbe iMef features t tbe new bill are lti pnnlMoni permitting tho mc of liquor on hundajH within lertuln bourn, the Hect U Hi ending of all-nlglil "boiisns nhrre they may bo mi did for public convenient,-, nnd tliu selling of wlnea and liquor at public balW and other social enUrtaltnnuits after 1 a. m., w hen the association gl lng audi enter tainment li lncoi porn ltd. It li alMO provided that no one Uall be cllglblo as nn KxlhO tommlHHluncr who is n gugedor Ihttrthtulln thesalo of spirituous liquor;; that tho ComiubMoners hold ome only during tho teim of the .Mnj or appointing them, and that discs and dangtrous dim kept by In csponslblo persons or aliens shall not bollctnsed. ono Beaton of tho bill Is almcil at tho ' spy n)stem,"Hhd It Is made n misdemeanor to cajole cr Induce any ono to Molato tho law lor the purpoho of making an arrtat. Till. riioroHED i aw. Hero are the most important sections of the proposed measure : The trrm of ntHc of ciptj rominl'slonfr of Ki clie now in ortke ntiall le the term forwliMi he wai eleiteil or appointed. Ibn ('muiiiihtloiir of Kitilne In pach town and citf aliall comtitute the Hoard ot Kiclae thereof. Upon the occurrence of a tacancy, by eiplra tton of term or utherwi, m tli office of a Commissioner of I.iciae ot a rlty, the Mayor of muhtltr ahatl appoint a Coniiuiniiuner of I. nUe, f nb titjr t till such vacancy, for a term ofolTWe whUhatiall njplre with tlae eiplratlon ot the term of office of the Mayor. A Jtoard ot LilIr aliall not until any licence to any pernor or persona unlets each mcti peroo fa over twenty-one jeara of ace, la a citizen off tbe Unite I State, a real lent of thu Mate, and of good moral character approve 1 by the Hoard, Dor to any one to Bell Iron or aplrltUDua 11 inori, wmes, ale or beer In any building use I na a court h on a, or In any Dutldtnv used or occupied wholly for Htate. county or mutiiclial pur pout, nor If the license of auy fernjerllcenatutthepremUeaaniijtht to be ltiMoed has n en rnrokedoraunulleJ, utile m the applicant shall atate in hia application, and aatlaiy the Hoard of Kicise that such iormr licensee haa not and will not have any interest in the 1 usineaa aouzht to be llinnaed, and will not t e engaged or employed upon such premises during the continuance of audi license. The require tuenta of this auction at to citizenship shall not apply to auy person now holding a lUettee, A Hoard of Kic'se ma), when authorized by law and not otherwise, grant one or more of the following kinds of licenses, upon tiling and recelv lng a fee therefor an tnltowa 1. A license to the keeper or keepers of an Inn, tavern or hotel having, if in a city, at least ten hmlruome lor gueata, and If In a town at least three auch beasooiun, permitting sales In mich Inn, tavern or hotel of strong or spirituous liquors, wines, ale or I it. to be drunk on or off thehcenned premise-., which shall be knon an n hutel licence, and for which the fte ehall t e. If such premises shall be In a tlty, not leas than $.10 nor more than 4! JftO, and If audi premium shall be lit a town, not leea than $ to nor more than 1 V) 'i A llceue to the kee er or keepers of a saloon, permitting tales therein of strong or apintnoua liquors, wine, ale or beer, to lie drunk on or oil the lUenae I premise, whkn shall be known a a saloon liquor license, and for which thefeeehall be. if such premise shall be In a cit, not less than $JU nor more than tif0. and if such premises shall bo In a town, not less than $30 nor more than C15U J. A licenae to the keeper or keepers of a saloon, permitting nale therein of ale and beer only, to he drunk on or oil theiuense t premises, wnkh shall lie known as a aalooti ale and beer license, and for which the foe shall be, if audi premises aliall be In a tit), not less titan f 10 nor umro than $15U, and If am h premise shall bn in a tuwu, not less than $.10 nor more than tfldil 4. A license to thu keeper or keepers of a store, permitting salt's therein In unbroken package ul). of strong an) spirituous liquors, wines, ale or beer, not to be fir ink on the lUeused preuiines, which shall be known as a alore keepers' Iheime, and for which the fee ntiall be. If uch premises shall I In a city, not less than Id nor more than $J&0, and If auch premisra shall be in a town, uot lesa than JU nor inure than 150. 6 A license tu the keeper or keepers of a drug ature, permitting sales therein only on a ph) "Irian's written premirlptlon, to be but once iisd, of strong or spirituous hum rs, wines, ale or hear u it to be druuk on the licensed premises, whicii shall be known as a druggist's license, and for whh h the fenahall be ft'JO A druggist shall not be liienied under this subdivision, uuiess he la a duly lueused phanoaciat b A license to the keeper or keeper of an eat inghouae, having upon tne premise sought to be lliensed at the time the license is granted the mo esaary Implement and facilities for cooking, (re paring and srving fool fur guests, permitting salea therein of strong or spirituous llijuors. ine, ale or beer, to I e drunk only on the licensed prem ises, and by such guest only as, at the time of auihsale shall be furnished with seats in suih eattng'hoiiae an1 with food supplied an I sot I to them by the keeper thereof, which shall Ue known as an eating house llrri se, and for which the fee shall be. if sirh premises shall be In a city, not leu than id nor more than JMJ, and it siuh pn mlaea shall bo In a town, not less than $ iO nor more than 1l'i0 7 A (iceiiMt) to an incorporate 1 assotlatlon, permitting the salu of strong or spirituous ,i juurs wi ies, ale or beer between U o'clock in tbe evening and 4 o clock In the luoruiug of a single night only upon the premises. In a city where sut h anot.utliii sliatl lawfully give a ball or other socla entertain lutnt, to be drunk only nyn such pieiulsea, which shall be known aa a apecfat license and fi r whit h the fee shall ba nut lesa than 6 10 in r more than IU0. 3. An additional license may tie granted upon application when it ahall appear that public necessity requires that such lt ente 1 premises re main open between th hours t f 1 and ft o t loch in the morning and lor whhli the fu -hall be not e- than hi nor m re thauf 1 u Any erton who whether having a license or not, at all aril ir ofler oi eipoae tor saie any strung or spirituous llijuors, wines, . e or Lei r 1 tin Sunday before 1 o'clock In the after tiiMin .or 2 On an? other day hteii 1 o In k an I i oVlock in the morning, unlfit he hate a special license theref r or .1, On the da) of a generator specWI ele turn or town meeting, within atiuarlro a mile from the plai e where sin h genera or "pet lal ele. t ion r town uie ting shall be hell while t' I is lor either auclt lei 1 1 hi or town tueetn g shat t e t ,en or 4 Outside a city bating a pi''ltwii of one hundred and fifty th iiisan 1 or in rt tuliat Hani and within two hun tred )ar Is Irom die grounds or premise upon which an Mate, co it) town or other agric ntural or lu tin iiitura! fait is hd or 5 lo sny hil I actual ) or apt ar nt ) under the ageuf llteen )esrs, or to anj tut 'Heated person, habitual drunkard or Indian or t To auy person to whom sinti licensee may be forbid ten to sell by notice in writing irom the par eut guar Jian, hunt an 1 wlfeorthi'l oir aliteen jears ot age id ii li pron Mialt be guilty f nn h in t nor I r) otbeer autlit rifd t mskn arrests o i tim lual protess In sny it) or town in mIiiiIi mi lit enae 1 premise are alt tate 1 tus) enter up n s ten licensed premises while the same ar permitted by the liifiise to e kept eu for air)ing ill the llienm'lb sines therein It'it au mill oltieir-T an) loiuTuissioufr f eicle, or sti agent id any so ciety, who aha i enter upo an) stuli 'bense pn mites at an) time when snles ot strong oy spirit uou ll'.m r. wine, ale or leer are lorl tide i b) law to I e ma le therln. an atiail aollt it ir 1ii1um aii) person or er n t ee i or fler or eiHiee for , sale orglff aw ar r i tin r ie 1is ite o( auistroug I ur s lritii" is litjuor ine, a r I eer, shall 1 e guilt) of a misileiueaiior ATTITriia. Or THK I lql (IK PKAim. That Is the lent tdltoii tl i n the subject I ' er rtrtd," win lie itumeht of WiJ'am IMdlu. I'resiaetit if ltd Wtt.e, liquor and ' ilet r beabrsi ntral AhmhIiII oi. aittr re.id-1 j lng 'he tOl'iiiiil In iMiiti)s Kxrsisu, Woki.p, urging the passage of u Mimlu) ' I icenxpiiu tint snail o Just, moderate and itTti lho. ' l he ad'ipfi m of n tnoibnte sundt I lil'IIi' U wiuldi ds 'IlIF htlMMI WdHlIt shn, rmitlnutd Mr. I'.idlun, MIhMde no mi i iti hmeni iipmi the lints of Ian and older, and (ert.ilnh wuihl tn this tlt add to puhllt repivl fur the law I he pamige of ueh a law uotild be an a t (f Jiistlre ami relit 1 1 er nipny persons Hint fiiunllei timhom bieraml ale Is a ctls luiiiatj port loit i f the househul I sunpltes. HFKIl A SrCTfiSITl TO MINT. " kt tt inin (iertnan families live In this tieivhti ihixHi. ltd i N to tlifin as imuli an nrth let f tnhie huessitj as milk Is to oihers. (MIh r piopie are .tliu adopting iteir as a be ir.iRe. " Mi st of the people ihing nbout hete ire nnr P ej iivriipt smnll aptrtiiu nls and liaeoii, eeoimiiileal rnnKc a lire for hil iiktitsi, but mm ofth in M the lire go out t In ii, and for dinner or supper lukt a cold meal, which thej wash down with a half pint or a pint or Im-i r. "It is just as much a hnnhhlp for these people lobedi prhedof ihtlr u iron sundav asli itior other iniulllei to do without milk and eolTee. If Pie people hat free access Mindaratn the places whemtMcr Is hold I I clleo tin ro would re iltv be let drunkt tint ss and fewer Iol it tuns of liw than tticru nro now. i'KrrT IVJl'HT llrKlwl NATIONS. " giln, taking up Tint Kifnimi NNoaitt's arguiient, lslt lair and Just that people who ci ii n it afford to keep a hupplj of wine or bur In llnlr houses should bo tleprlvcd of tin Ir beerage on hutidn) just tu c.iuse they are poor? i he rich, whose cellars ure slot ked with all lit it ihe dt ire, tan will mij 'Close the saloons Sundaj,' for the) have no use Mr them. Hut how about poonr people who haeto bu at retail? " I don'i bellew In throning wide open the front doois on hu inlay and oTendlng the sight of people who ilorVt use Ihh r or wine , bull do think It would be better If the law Mm tinned tho opening of the Mile doora and liiecondiut of tho business quietly with the hhaitt s drawn. " A motrrato Hundaj Itcenso law, as Tun rriso U OKI ii suggests, would lettnen thu poikuwork In this and all rmher eitles, flhe dealt rs w uulu rt aptct and live up to tu" ale GREAT FIRE IN ROCHESTER. Sibloy Soed-Houso and Second Baptist Ohurch in Flames. 1tt AMnriATFP rnr, 1 IlorursTrii, Jan. I-.'. A llrroo nrebrBtn(t lirrunt thU hour (noon). Tbo lllrnm flliloy bee'd House, a trn or clcrn Hory tmllillni;, cmeTln? marl) ft wtioln n,imrei tiounilert by Ilatl Main nnil btllson nlreets and North ave iiup, Is a Iiuri- mjss ol flames. The heat irum thti fire makes It almost lm possllilo (or tlremeii to hiuo adjoining build lnifB. I.ATFK. 12.45. Plliley's business block ad Jolnlnifthu heed-liouses, cMenillng lor about 30D teel on hast Main ntriot, ulxno North ae'iiue', U bi Inrf destrojeil. lho heioml llantlst churcli, facing North avenue. Is burning and cannot be Rated. ono nreman had been seriously Injured. STOCK EXCHANGE REPORTS. Prices of Shares Go Even Higher Than Yesterday. IViLL BTiturr, Tuesday, Jan. 15. Nearly every stocW on lho list at midday showed a gain ascompiri'd with yesterday siloslng. I'nton l'aclllc, Clilcugo Gas, Ml. l'aul, Louis Tlllo i. Nashville, the coalers and others scored advane'es ranging trom 4 tu 1. The Quotations. Vfm lltlk w, Alnirlcan Siicir Itol . Kl coe M Aiiifiluou Mujirltrf .la iirel. Ji HJL, (j AlnolUanl ollii oil . .l Sa Jli American l ottmi Oil prrl 0'.', fi.'.'i ir,l Alch lop phalli, I. ... 4i 4e, 4Jh llnrlal.. H 1 I'ltla 1 ilV, 41 e analia:i I'acinc V4 Vl 114 I ana.la .".mlh.rii (u'i f.ul, CI U t tie.aiirakr.l llliln . If. 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I'l.lla ailrallllK 41't 4IS 411 lo aliilMn .. lie, I'V, i'U lllrh a nl PiinlT.r l(4 llj lis" inch a .t iviui lrpfj 71 Tie, 7i.' 111 il.raulK Wral.rn .! .IS .lb M l'aul 1 Omaha 4e 41 4 41 e, st 1'aui t Dulitlii . 4ti 4t ', 4il hi tr l arlin. ttr , m i nit, fouttifrn I a lliu 4iie 4i'S ,uv, Ipsa, l'acn. . 1 e, 1 V, 1.4, I .1 . Am Ar ..r.l N' M . J -i -'", J" Till ll I'a i . .... 4 I 4.H 4 -J, Uaba.npral .UH .1 t, .il', Uraliln 1 in H lalraTaph sl Sl, n, Uhra inn 1 la I rla Jl I-", l". Wh.riii., a u hrla pi I 71-Vi Tse, -Bt, A lull ate- uut nf Mall hire el iflalrs Hill bo I'Uinl lu 'liir Lersiso Uemihs jiurtlug llxtra. WOGAN'S SLAYER GIVES BAIL. iielllnB' noloiirted Aftnr Etgntnen Dnyti In Jail. Joi'ih --elllti;, wliu -lint and Mlli d John J. J Wngiu In 'lorn iiiiulils due on i liilsinms lil'irnliir', nnd h.li -.luce been lm kc.l up In Hie ' Imnlis, .is ti-dn releivil on lull on tin ili'illi'iiilni if Uli a 4iuiixi-l. i li ,rlc -leoklir, tu iw.ill lili trial under the luillitliieiil eh iiyli g lilni nlih inurUi r In i In III si d, glee. .Iinlge Hlk'erakl, sunn.' in ( neral !. l(iil, lUiil lull .It T,.MIil UIll luseiili liiiriilli il li line siirel lu Hi it annum lor -tilings apiiaiauce at the trial Dlsalpntod unel Dloil from Exposure. 'in aaao. lalFM 1HIM 1 l'lin inn i ill i, Jan. r.' Miehael Klrwan, nl iilrniilil.l , ilinl lioiii i o-:in lo the cold jeaierilo ll w i. ul i in iiii -iUlii euis nl ug, iii-.iat(d, and lell i-Uei on thu rei.id-.ide. I NEW JERSEY'S LEGISLATURE. Democrats Organizo Both tlie Senato and the Assembly. linportiint LeRltlntlon to lie Urgril by CSov. titon Abbott. lrrrit, to Tnr rTtmi".- wonin.1 TnrsTov, N. J., Jan. 12 Tho organisation of the New Jersey Legislature, which began Its annual session to-day, was practically completed In tho Hcmocratlc caucuses last night. N'lintor llobert Adraln was chosen to preside In the Upper House, with John Carpenter for Secretary, fearauel (J. Thompson, Assistant Se'crotary I JoUu 11. UtiUlsun, JourLal Clerk, John .1. Matthews, Engrossing Clerk ; Ucorgo K. Lolenian, SM-rgcanl-at-Anns. In tho Assembly, whero the Dcmocratsbaeo twcnij-four majority, James J. liergtn was seleeled for Speaker. '1 he new Assembly chamber excites great admiration. Its fittings are bcautllul. l'resldenl Adraln and HpeaW llergen, it Is said, liaiu alii'ady prepared their lists ot I'liuimlitec appointments mitcliwlll be an noiiiKed to-morrow. lm. Abbett'a message was dellieri'd this afternoon after tho organization of both houses bad been formall completed. It Is a long document and treats at length upon tho sulijeot of taxation, enlarging upon the use fulness to thoBtatoot the "lax Comu.Nilon appointed last year, 'ihe nuesllnu of riparian lauds especially those from lng on the Hud son llleer, was the subject of Important rectiiiiini'iidattons. Additional appropriations for the Worlds. Fair commission were suggested. Consid ernble apace was given tu the condition of tho Insane and the prisons, anil measures of liglilatton In the Intel est oi labor Is utged. Among these latier the lloiemor rec ommends: A law authnrlilng the Incorpora tion of trade unions or aocleties; a limitation of the legal workday; weekly or bl-w eekly pay. mentof wages in cash; employers to bo pro hibited from requiring pledges of workmen to reirsln Irom Joining labor unions! a law pro hibiting tho employment ol 1'lnkertnu detec tliih ns jieiiceonicerslnthoState.iind fluall), the establishment ot a Stale Hoard of Arbi tration and Conciliation. 'I ho toial ordinary net receipts of tho State Treasury, lucludlug the direct war tat re funded by the Federal (lorernmeul of tUH'j.nM tu, were t a,i30,4i;a uu. lbs amount on hand al tbo beginning of the ear was 4)4113,71)0.87, making a total net receipts of !',ri04,lN.8.t. The total disbursements wero S'-MHvMJtft 87, leaving a balance) In lho Treasurers hands ot 4Ui!,ltlh.U. '1 ho ordinary receipts for the current year ore cstlmut.il at (1,7U0,0U0, wbleb. It Is thought, will bo sumclent for the expenses ot tho goTcrnmcnt. a. 1 BONNER TROTTERS SOLD. The Colt Startle, Jr., Brings $4,000 at Auction. Ihe sale ot fifty-one head ot trotting stock from the stables of Robert Bonner attracted a large crowd of horsemen to the American Institute this morning. l'eter C. Kellogg, the well-known auc tioneer, commenced business at 10 o'clock. The sales aro aa follows Newguard,' gray stallion, foiled May H, 1 8HH, sire Nutbourne, dam Oarlaud, toU. r" uckhuuscn, ItiuO. I.llae, graj nily, foaled June 17, 1888, sire Nutbourne, dam Oarlaud, to Kobert htcel, of Philadelphia, $4110. AV uido, gray colt, foaled June. 1.1, 1880, sire Nutbourne, dam Oarland, lo V. II. Law son, U00. , . , , llarlaiid, brown mare, foaled 18, H, sire cuyler, dam lionny Doon, to li. J. Ircacey, ot Lexington. B00. hlartle, Jr., bay colt, foaled March fi, 188S, i-lre Htartle, dam Daybreak, to T. O. Irormun, of lexlnglou, 14,000. Welcome, gra) eolt, foaled Juno 11,1887, sire Nuitioume. dam Halcyon, to H. Uay JJll mas, of Hrooklyn, 720. Melbourne, bay cult, foaled June 17, 1888. sire Nutbourne, dam Halcyon, to li.W. llright, 'Alliano. chestnut colt, foaled July 10, ihmi, sIiii NutlHiurue, dam llalcjou, to Joshua Oar rison, l.lsO. Alphoru, gray filly, foaled July 3, 1800, sire Mllbourue, dam Hales on, lo llobert a teel, $fifiO. Era, bay mare, foaled 1880, sire l'rtnccps, dam Jael, to W. C. Uendrickson, S00. Amado. gray coll, foaled April as, isno ; sire Nutbourne; dam, Kra to John Allen, Cai'harlne, bay filly, foaled April 27, 1887, sire Sidnev, dam Miss Casserly, to v. N. i loud, U"iO. . M esiLhesier, bay stallion, foaled 1881. sire, startle, dam, Jesate Kirk, to W. It. Wlllets, 1.000 l'aul Hussell, chestnut colt, foaled .May 17, 18U1, sire Westchester, dam Huuclla, to J. n. Harke. 700. EGAN'S REFUGEE GUESTS. Ho Is 8rI1 to Hnvo Put Four of Them on Board the Yorktown. ur amocutkp Psrai.l I osnoi, Jan. IS A despatch to tho rimes trom Santiago de Lhtll sa)s that all xilltlcal prlsoiu r- w 111 be liberated n Itliln a week. 'I be eorrispmdeut of the Ttnies lurther savs thai four refugees still remain In the American Legation. Mr. tgan, the United stalls Minister, be adds, has sent tour of his guilty proteges aboard tho United States steamer orklowii. fenur Loucha, who formerly occupied a Ministerial position and who nas reported to liatu breu killed, is allvo and has been In dicied lor high treason. S100.000.000 FOR DEFENSES. To De Cnrrlei for Ten Yenra Under tho Bill Now In the Senato. lm AtaocMTir rRris.l Wamiimiton, Jau. 1". In the senate to-day Mr. Dolph, irom the i ouimlttea on coast lie tenser, rriiorted a till fur the purchase ot hilts lor fortifications; also a bill lo provid lor fortllli atl ins and other seacoist ueiensi-. and thej were plaeed on the calendar. I lie Utter lull, as ameiided In e'n.iiiuiuei', carrl'il an approprlsil in ol iloo.OOO.odd i iti.noo.ooo lo be available the first year and ii,uOO,OOU ii ) ear for ten ears. , GRIP CLAIMED TWELVE. lo-Day's Do nth List Swelled Tho Tollco Bleu List. 1 he Huroau of Vital Matlstlcs reports 170 deaths In ibis elty for tho twentj-four hours emlidal noon to-di). Twelve ileiths were I allrlbuted to grip and Its complications. 1 o hundred policemen are uu the hick IV t to.ll l). ViiuiinAvialle'a,,Arwie,I.leorlerl,rllel" lu.laut! al.aj ibroat Irriullona. AUdrufiliU ,' I mm. I JURORS TO SETTLE IT NOW. J ' --- -a . Iff Summinr Up in the Unsavory ! i Brinokcrhoff Divorce Trial. A i It Tho Fair PUIiitliT aiovcd to Tears 'Jt by the Lawyer's Harsh Words. ")R r f 1 Tho evidence Is all In In the suit of Hen. JB Helta llrlnckerhoff for an absoluto divorce, B ! with ample allmooy, from her husband, Dan- JI j lei Ii. Ilrliickerhorr, tha wealthy retired tfl' i cracke r Laker. Mumming up followed by ex. I H hurrogale Itolllns for HrlnckcrhoU and tbe 'I' ? Irrepressible llttlo l.iwjer, Abo Hummel, for .1 tl thofulrplalntirr. j -j " i V scrsr. at the TniAt i '' Tho Jurors, most of them mlddlo-agcd huv ' i bands and fathers, haio a complicated caseto '( " decide. j 1 In 188s Danlol and his wlfo entered Into an ; agreement for a separation, by which ho was J j to paj to Henrietta 50 awetk tollvobyher . ' self. At tho beginning ot this trial an order ;i was entered, bj ngrcoment of counsel, con. 5 .J tinning this allowance, Willi a handsome ad. 1 dltlot. for her lawyer. ','j Mrs. Urlnckerhoff charged Infidelity as her " , cause of nctlon, ami mentioned tbo tall and i '. slcnde. Leila Dunscltb as co-respondent. s . Hanli'l sut up In defense that Ilenrlotta had .in, forgotten her wifely vows on Innumerable J j , occasions nnd had conducted herself linprop. , f ,, erly with Innumerable men. ranging from "J- : William btelnert, sltteen years old at tne 6 '; j time, and John (ilbson, described as a man of u , mlddio age, and Maurlco Friend, real estate '. dealer, to William 1'. Durando, a gray-Ualred y ' j ,1 and gray-mustached Washington Market. .5 ' . ' butcher. T ' : Mrs. lirlnckerhoir caused Miss Dunselth to r ' 9 appear lu court. She testined emphatically 1 I tuat shu had neier permitted anj liberties j". ,f from Daulel ll., but she owned up that Daniel y M 1). lnul given her a sealskin cloak, her dla- v tl mond curlings, bracelets and rings, and hod ,( 4 Mlted her whcrevir she lUed for two years X 'U past. Of ;'f ' a in n a letter from Daniel D. to Henrietta, 3Jl 'Ji written In 188U. Informed her that, she did , J .:'( not coinu up lo ids Ideal, and as he bad found .'Ii )M a woman who did, ho had no further use for ill m' his wife. yf -V Ihey had been married eleven years then. 28 .1 Ihe) had signed separation papers as early j' n i .(! as 1884, and bad aliernated ever since be- iS? twecn almost mmiiI- innual separations and -W I turtle-dole hone' nn ous. SB .v Hanlel has neier appeared In tho trial, but j ii his eounsel Introduced witnesses lo prove i ! their counter charges agulnat Henrietta. In- f , 11 eluding two "confessions" purporting to be ,- " Igned by tho bluiide-bairi'd, wide blue-eyed , J , Utile womin. In wblcb she owned up to In- , n llmao wlih ste Inert, who has testified In this ?;. ; trial tint any nieh charge Is false. V Hurando denied that ho had ever been In- j! I " f tluiieic with Mrs. llrliiekerhorr, but Mntthons, J Johnson and rue), eolore'd bojs employed lu S. the flat huuso where Mrs. Brtnckerhoff had y I an nparimeiit, sworo that tho marketman ?,S' Ulted her iheio almost eeery nignt; that, ,S, Mrs. llrlnekerhofl 'a gns was extinguished and 'B. I that Mr. Hurando had not left tho building '' when they, tho witnesses, locked up for thu "5' i night. 4 Il was proven that tho plaintiff frequently s . visited the limine at 30 East Thlrteenttt it i street with Mr. Durando. and Detective sulll- if van tcstltled tu Its bad chiracter. but the do. '(! tectlvu kuen no 111 of the house, 67 East V " Elevcuth street, where MlssDunselih IITed, I' and where sho was visited by Mr. Urlncker i hoff. Mrs. Culllns. the landlady, averred that rf It had always been a respectable) boarding. ' r J house, with respeetable boarders. ' I '1 hat Is substantlalli "the case" that goes 3 to the jury. , T Luw'ir Daniel W. Holllns addressed the LH X Jury lor the delunhu mis morning. f I Ml lirinikerhuu, Willi u faint rosetlnton . f herroiindid clueK, llsiened irom behlud her J Jf. blue Veil lo Mr. Iti Ullis's address. At llr-it H -3 with Lit suipely head Inclined In an Inter i w esied attitude, her gieat blue oses sparkling J ur in inkling, and her iiiriedllps twitching now and again ns If lu eujojmeut of tho B humor of the pleader. .3- 8 Hut Mr. llolilus was not making an alter. fi E dlnnerspecu, and pnsentlj ho settled down j to eery plain, hunt and disagreeable English- ' He spoke uf the bloiulo lliliu nom in Hi mime g liirsandtallor-iiudeguwnas "thlscreature," (1 E "this nasty woman, ' nnd dcclsre'd that sho '-IJ nas iiosaessed of IneipiesMble Impudence in ill fi presuming to sue Ihe ui in who bad tllerally 's g waitid money iiiou her and whowasutthti 8 a time pay lug her 1.o a week. -.6 I lieu tlio Hurt) Uaui) changed her attl- v t tude. She bout her jellow-crow ned head; s R lho full lids diopned oier the round blue 8 f, ejes; the lorners ot the mouth drew down, a H and tears -eemed Imuilneut, while her sister, B Mrs. Mlaiiul,glareilatlhet.eerelaw)er. I Mrs. riilucke'rhoflral-edhorhlgbiuceyealn B mum apiieal loibe man who was scartfjlng H J her and lurui'd them upon ihe Jur). 'ihtro fr - weie tears liithe'in Jus. .1 moisture'. S Mr.Holiliislaughiil.it ihe testimony that H Daniel hid Mslli'dUls stable with a blonde- ? halrtd )nuiu' girl seieral times uud had been Ij (- seen entering H10 t. Charles and beieral n j, otLvrliotel b) the "lainll) entrance," each H ,j time with a ) jiing wou.a'ion hlsariu. E . He thought Mr. Durando had lieu n lien ho H tf sillied that he hadn 1 bcuiout of town In S 5 tHiut e.irh not even lo Ult Aibur) 1'arK R fl with lleuriciti". S i 'Ihe duio lliuuns lirlnckerhoir, the tHentj. fi two-eeiu-ulJ 'Il of Daulel, who testified so K I daniagingli of his )oung and pretty step- ft 1 UJllurBluiliiopiletles in his presence when I J! he 111, twilui'irtlilrtinuears old, listened 1 w ulle ho w ns bel'ig cliaracteruej by Mr. Itol- - Una as a "dull sorl ot a ba). ' a .Mr. ltolliiisarra)cdtli.' lestlmonj ot La- a yer -tollier and N il.ir) Hxiuin against tint t or Mrs. llrluektihm when she denied that j she vi Mud Uu cunloiiloa of ei.i. lil, IhM. S Mr. Hollliiiiiilkul one hour, and then Abe l lliimuiel, whols no taller tlun Dan Itolllns. k is jiiht a, bald, w, aria luuitaeln Just as stltr fl aii.liriimm J nisi us clu-e, replied In behalf W ottheplaimirf. ... 1'erhaps ihe i.iei thit he "as pleading for if nn lineresiliig wumau wasagieattrliie'enllvo ' Hi in Itolllns hid M .111) rale, lio waved I T. m re il iiiiint iiuiidld Uu e-iurrogatc. JustU. li.grihaiii el. 1 ged the Jun, going I over nil the eildi in i t.iieiuti), and gave the ., jf case totho Ju 1 a1 1 oiloeL this afternoon. & Now Dlshop of Ogdensburer. , f. TheOir' 11 Vuwof this city has received B oniclalnoiinciiloii from l(i me of the appoint. ' ' E nie-it if e-r He 1 lluir) liilrleKS. T. D., 'I ITchtdeul ot st .1 seph' smilnary, 'Irpy, to M the 1 acant Illshoplc ut l.-deiisburg, N. I. H jfl . nA, j jitW'-U'TJ..j&ilajjBjBjB