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VOL. 2 NO. 185. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 2G, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. HE BOSTGEN GHOST An Apparition That Caused Fear and Business Ruin With Kyr or 'lro, Ghastly White Face It Played M((liillit Prank-. Singular Death of Sumo of the Neighbors. Chicago, June 24. Mrs. Elizabeth Bostgcn had n saloon on East Kinzie street, and recently its stock nnd fixtures wero sold nnd the- placo closed. Sho one day, highly excited nnd with hair nnd dress disordered, told a neighbor of the experience sho had with a ghost, ever since sho came to the houso in March last. Tuo relator is a woman of very nervous temperament, nnd tho apparition sho claims was in tho form of a man coming into her room every night, walking about for n few mluutea and then leaving. Sho said " I tried to talk to hirn several times, but ho would not answer me, but just kept on walking up and down my room, lookintr at me all tho time with eyes that resembled balls of tire, they wero so bright. Tho first night I was nearly frightened out of my life, but th man didn't seem to be anxious to do mu any harm, and after a whllo 1 got used to it it. Ever sinco then ho has come every night at the same hour 2 o'clock." "Tho last two nights ho has taken to rocking my bed. Why, my bed rocked just like a cradle Inst night ana tuo mgut Dcioro that." I said to him : " You don't need to look mo, I am awake ;' but tho bed kept a and it rocked olean up till morning." When her husband, a plcutonic German, fond of his bcor nnd sleep, was asked if he had over seen the ghost, ho said : "Vy, dot fuller como right in my room mit ebery nacht. Do first nacht ho come and tnke hole my hand. I tink it vns my vifo, nnd I say, 'What for piBiicss you haf coming into my room ober helof past 1 o'clock?' but my vifo mako no answer, und I rise up mit do bed und soo dot feller. Mcin Got 1' 1 say, ' who de teufol vus you?' but he uiako no answer, ober ho groan, und ho tako my odder hand und holo it in his, which was like ice. I vns not nplo to Bay a vord. ober do first minute, but pime by I lay back und cry, 'Eliza I Eliza I what for dcro po a ghost here,' und den do feller he groan again und get oud mit dcr door." Tho peculiar part of tho story is, that the husband and wifo occupied separate rooms, and when asleep the room door of Bostgcn was locked and bolted, said he: "I vns vasted away mit a incro shaddcr. Dot woman brought mo to Chicago," ho said, in a paroxysm of anger, " by cheat. Vo vas done a goot pissnoss in Ilarrisburg, und she says, ' Come to Chicago, und wo make more monoy' I been here five years, und I see ghosts und dead becbles cvor since I peon in dis tarn city. I go back to Broad street und Hidgo road, in Ilarrisburg, und .lcef dot woman here." Mrs. Bastgon desoribod the apparition as being about fivo fcot nine inches high, without beard or hat, and wearing very nice clotkoa ; his faco was as white as a sheet of your paper, and he had a Bad expression in his eyes. Ono night sho tried to catch him, but "my hand," said sho, " went olean through his brenst, just whero his hcurt ought to be, and I could eeo the fingers protruding on the other sido of him. When I pulled my hand away tho holo in his body still remained, and then ovcry thing was blank. You soo, I never told anybody about this, because I fcarod to injure my business, and as it was good I didn't oaro to move away. I had a good many boarders, but all have left thcie except two. I think they must have been visited, beonuse they never gave me any reason for leaving. I went to Mr. Beoker on one occasion, and told him about a strange odor that I smellod in the house. I beltevo it oame from the remains of somebody who had been murdered and put under the eavea, but ho laughed at me, and told me if I wanted to I could take up the floors and hunt for it. But even stranger than this," Mr. Bostgon said, conducting tho reporter to her own room, " is this : Bight in the centOT of my bed is a warm spot. That spot is always hot, while the othor part of tho bed is cool. Now," said she, turning tho coverlets down, " put your hand thore and sco if tho spot isn't hot." From the romarkable story Mrs. Bostgcn had told, both husband and wife aro fit subjects for a lunatic asylum. A significant fact to superstitious pcoplo is that Mrs. O'Brion, who occupied tho houso just before Mrs. Bostgcn took it, dropped dead while cooking at her rango, and another tenant, sister-in-law of Robert Hanish's, is now in tho mad-house. DICKINSON'S CENTENNIAL. kn Institution That Numbers Its Years With Thoso of tho Govern, nienf. Carlisle, Pa Juno 24. Ycstorday as a part of the programmo of tho Centennial commencement exercises of Diokinson Collego Bishop Bowman, an Alumnus of the institution, dolivorcd a sormon boforo tho Rocloty of Religious Inquiry, and tho President f tho Collego preached a Baccalaureate. Tho other xorcisos of tho weok are in koeplng with tho Important event, Including on Wednosday tho address boforo tho Alumni by tho Rev. Goorgo L. Crooks, L.L. I)., and a poom by Gonoral Horatio C. King. Tho collogo was founded in 1783, nnd namod in honor of John Dickinson, the President of the Executive Council of tho State, who had taken a strong personal intorcst in the enterprise and donated largely from his purso toward tho endowment of tho institution. Tho college was originally organlzod under the auspices of tho Presbyterians in tho midst of a hasty Scotoh Irish settlement, Rov. Charles NlshoL, D. D., of Montrose, Soot-land, was elected tho first President, During his Prcsldenoy, a massive stone building was. erect- ed in 18(52. It wag . destroyed by fire in 1801, and what is now known as West Collego took its placo in 1805. Finally, in 1838, as an outcome of tho discussions on ohurcli polity and mooted points of doctrine, tho control of tho collego was transferred to the Baltimoro, Pniladelphia and Now Jersey nnnual conferences of the Methodist Church. Tho Rev. John P. Dur-bin was tho first President uudor tho new regime, and tho collego has since gone on flourishing financially and otherwise. AN OCEAN COLLISION. Second CIiihm nnd StccrnKe Drowned Tlio Signals or Distress Uiihccdod. ' London, Juno 21. Thcpasscngor vcssols Hurunhui and Waltara, of tho Now Zealand Shlnnlnjr Company, wero in collision oft" Portland Friday night. Tho Waltara satik In two minutes, and pcrsoni wore drowned. The Hurunhui immediately launched her boats and rescued sixteen persons struggling In tho water. Anions thoso was a lady saloon passenger to whom a sailor, nlao saved, had given his lll'o belt Two oilier saloon passengers were also saved. All tho second class and steerage passengers wero lost. Tho captain of Wuitara was dragged aboard tho llurunui with tho aid of ropes. Tho two vessels loft London togothcr on Friday. The struck the Waltara oud on, just in front of tho saloon, on the starboard Bide. Tho survivors stato that no crash was heard, but tho side of tho gavo way like a cardboard. More passengers might have been saved had tho bark and steamer scon near by heeded tho Waitarn'a signals of distress. Tho was an iron ship of 838 tons, built in 1803. Tho llurunui is also an iron ship. PANGBURN FOUND GUILTY. A Trial Which Created a Herniation at J.ochport, X Y. Locicroivr, N. Y., Juno 21 Tho trial of Charles Pangburn, indicted for criminal assnult, which concludod by a verdict of guilty, has aroused great intcrost in this section from tho peculiarity of the case. Tho prisoner, who has already nerved a term in tho Stato Prison, is a married man. In February last young ladies prominent in society hero wero annoyod and terribly frightened on several occasions by a man who accosted them with insulting proposals after dark on quiot Btreets, and in two or three instances attemptod to use forco to compel compliance with his wishes, but tho victims escaped. Tho city was thoroughly aroused, and tho at length captured Pangburn, who was idenutiotl and indicted, though it was exceedingly dithcult to get ladies to testify at the trial. In giving uvidonco one young lady fainted deadawuy, and was with diiciifty. i Suicide of a Defaulter. I Clkveland, 0., Juno 24. The body of , Charles Goodwin was found in tho lako this morning near tho breakwater. Goodwin had been missing since Wednes day last. Ho had held the position of cashier at tho Union Freight Depot for fitieen yenrs, and was a trusted employe. Largo amounts of money passod through his hands, and an investigation of his accounts last night rovoaled tho fact that ho was a defaulter in tho sum of $U,f00. Goodwin was well connected, and lived on Ptospect street. Ills wifo is tho daughter of Mr. Leek, of the firm of Leek, Doerinu & Co. Ho uus years of uge. It is thought he made bad speculations, and sought death by his own hand rather than bo disgraced. Northern Pacific Gold Spike. St. Paul, Minn., Juno 24. Activo preparations aro boing mado for tho driving of tho last spiko of tho Northern Pacific, thus linking tho Pacific with tho Atlantio, nnd opening up to this section of the country auothor world. Tho spike will bo of gold and has already been made, and Is now In tho possession of President Villard. It has engraved upon it au inscription suitable to tho occasion. Tho place selected for its reception is about ten miles out from Holena, going in the direction of Portland. A Vitfilnnce Committee In Chicago. CiucAao, Juno 24. A most desperate gang of thieves, murderers, and toughs t the vicinity of Chestnut streot and Center avenue. The respectable ladles in tho neighborhood are so muoh frightoned that they daro not venturo out aftor nightfall, and the men aro thoroughly aroused. At a meeting last ovening n permanent vigllanco committee was formed with a view of protection and possibly clearing out tho cut-throats. A Urutal Untchcry. Muskoo.ee, L T., Juno 25. Nowa has just been received here of tho killing of Daniel Frank by Jim Barnott, about twelve miles above Eufaula, on the Canadian river. Daniel Frank was living with Barnott. Last Thursday night, somo timo aftor 12 o'clook, Barnott called Frank out of tho houso and shot him sovoral times. When Frank foil Barnott finished his work by cutting his head open with an ax and his brains on the ground. Tho causo is Bupposod to bo relations between wifo and Frank. Both wero full blooded Crooks. No arrests. . Panper Iinralffratlou. f Washington, June 24. Tho delegation of prominent Irish citizens from tho several prinolpal cities who waltod upon the President in regard to the pauper immigration of tholr countrymen now coming to tho United States wore woll pleased with tho rocoptlon given them. They urged upon tho President a strict enforcement of the laws relative to this class of immigrants, and wero assured that the matter wns being Investigated. FEMALE SAFE BLOWER From Affluence and to Drink and OrimOi Mr. Davis' Remarkable Career lo a Ncliool Girl's' Elopement of With n Coioict Who Iteprescntcd Himself as ullich Southerner. Nkw Haven, Conn., Juno 25. The arrest of Mrs. Maria Davis at Derby, this State, on tho chargo of being implicated in several burglaries committed in Nangatuck Valloy recently, reveals a strange course from wealthy and highly-respected position In society to erimo, Sho is also charged with aiding in burglarizing tho Bristol FostotUco, a store in Essex, and tho works of tho Derby Lumber Company, tho proceeds of thoso crimes aggregating many thousand dollars. All theso burglaries showed that experts were nt work, and nil were leinarkablo for tho daring of tho robber.". A man named Davis waa arrested on suspicion of being concerned in tho Derby case. Letters and memoranda found upon him directed tho attention of tho police to his wife. The SherliF and a Deputy went to hor house, knocked, and Mrs. DavU npj o .red at tho window. On being told that they wero officers, she ordered them to leave, threatening to shoot them if thoy did not. Tho Deputy Sheriff attempted to forco tho door, but two quickly fired revolver shots, both of which camo unpleasantly near, caused him to nbandon tho work. Assistance was summonod, and whilo Mrs. Davis was directing her attention to the men in front another party gained entranco at a rear window. As thoy nsconded tho stairs sho heard them, and closed and locked the door, when an nttompt was made to broak it. Sho fired several' shots through tho panels, one of which wounded Constablo James Geary In tho leg. This seemed to her ammunition, nnd cntrnnce boing gained the woman wns scoured after a struggle, handcuffed and taken to jail. The night wntchmnn of the Derby Lumber company is confident that she is tho woman who assisted to bind ntid gag him, tho voice being familiar. According to his story, sho was apparently the lcadorof tho gnng. Sho was at the time dressed in men clothing. The others appealed to her for orders, which sho gavo with tho decision of u veteran commander. It was sho who hold the revolver to tho watchman's head and threatened to blow his brains out if ho uttered a word. Davis intimates that his wifo lias led him into crime, and that she has planned all tho robborics In which he has taken part. As Davis is tho recognized leader of tho gang, Mrs. D.wisj I is tho actual head. Mrs Dnvisis about 27 years of age and fairly good looking. She is a member of a wealthy Massachusetts family, and eloped from a boarding-school about eight years ! go with Davis, who represented to her that ho was a rich Southerner. As a matter of I tact ho had only been released afow months 1 !rom ln'80" alter serving out a term lor larceny. Learning that tho ouicers were after him for somo newly-committed crinns, ' he and his wifo tied to tho West, nnd for a i tiino they were in Mnrletta, ()., where Davis ran a sample-acorn, and later they i went to Chicago, where they lived for oral years. Davis, who was living under ! an assumed name, rau a billiard sa loon. Altor leaving Chieugo they wandoiou about tho West and South, working tho confidence gauio. Finally they turned up in l W uterbury, Conn. Davis wns then drinking heavily, but Mrs. Davis passed as a secuted Christian, and was prominent in J the class-meetings of the Methodist church. Finally sho, too, took to drink, and unlly driftod Into evil habits. She rotnincd, j however, hor refined tastes, and It Is sup-; posed sho indulgod in burglary that she J might accumulate money enough to move to some strango plaoe and there livo in I aristocratic easo. In the room whore sho was arrested waa a small filled with books, which showed marks of frequent handling, and on a tablo an opeu copy of "Lucilo" lay faco downward, whero had evidently placed It to take up her revolver. The proof against her is strong. '..TT WHITE APACHE CHIEF. an Adventurous American DosrtS Ills Knee for tho Life of an Indian. St. Louis, Mo., June 24. The white Apache recently woundod and captured has a brother in St. Louis. Ho says L. U. Strceter is tho namo of tho Apacho, and that he is forty-four years old and a full blooded American. As a child ho was wild and venturesome Ono morning, when he was about eloven years old, he startod ostensibly to school, and was absent six months before it was loarncd that he had gone to sea. Ho followed tho occupation of a sailor until 1857, with Sidnoy Johnston. In that year ho accompanied Albert Sydney Johnston in his ex- edition against tho Mormons. He ? oined tho army in California and served with it ono year, after whioh ho went to Mexico and fought under the bannor of Marez, leaving tho Borvlcoa Colonol. He then entered the service, of the Unitod StatosaBintorpretor at Fort Craig, whoro he Boon gained groat iniluenoo over tho Indians. But the Indian Ring bocamo hostile to him because ho would speak his mind about their doings, and thoy finally prooured his dismissal. Thoy succeeded in having him doolared an outlaw, and a prico was placed on his head. This drovo him beyond civilization and ho has sinoe beon a big man among tho Apaches. EDITOR VS. EDITOR. The Richmond Paste Throwers Flsht a Duel Editor Elam Killed, Washington, Juno 25.-It is authoritatively reported that Editor Elam, of tho Richmond Whig, was killed thia morning by Editor Beirno, of tho Riohmond Stato, in a duol fought noar Richmond, Va, WATER RAVAGES. rnnned by the Breaks In tho Missis . sippl Dykes-Losses Over $200,000. St. Louis, Juno 24. Tho river continued rising slowly all day yesterday. Wharf-boats have floated alongsldo tho buildings on parts of the levco. Factories on tho river front stopped Saturday, and thousnnds workmen are unemployed. Damage to crops by the breaking of lovees, It is now belioved, will reach $200,000. Some 25,-000 acres of farm land is inuudatcd, and 100,000 bushols of wheat ready for harvest was destroyed. East Carondolot pcoplo havo abandoned their houses, nnd aro sholtcring in churohes and school-houses, and fifty families aro without food. Many pcoplo in East St. Louis, Venice, Badden, Lowell, and Brooklyn havo abandoned their inundated houses nnd aro living in box cars, tents, or in tho open air. Yesterday morning water flowed through tho broak in tho dike on tho Illinois sido broko through tho embankments of tho Chicago & Alton, Indianapolis & St. Louis, and Wabash railroads, nine miles below. This outs off tho transportation on theso roads. Tho flood, rushing through this now gap, Bpread ovor a largo farming region. Many men aro working on tho St. Louis dikes nnd lveo to protect the lumber ynrds. Millions of fcot of lumber aro in danger. Venice and Enterprise elevators and transfer stock-yards havo been damaged S10.000. St. Louis & Cairo belt railroad damaged 50,000. Crevo Coeur ice houso, worth $40,000, destroyed. A Itello or tho Folic Campaign. Nuw York, Juno 24. Captain Isaiah Rynders has presented to tho Domocratio Board of Aldormen tho large banner used by tho Emplro Club during the Polk campaign in 1814. It is of white silk, bears tho portraits of Washington, Jofferson, and Polk, and tho Now York Stato arms ; tho insoriptionB, " Enlarge tho Boundaries of Freodom " and " Texas, Orogon." Tho rod border of tho banner is emblazoned with gilt stars, representing tho number of Statos comprising tho Fedoral Union In 1844. Although the banner hns not been used slnco tho Democratic Convention at Charleston in 1800, tho survivors of tho club expect to take it to the next National Domocratio Convention. Archbishop's Funeral. Fuiladeli'uia, Juno 24. Tho arrangement for tho funeral of tho lato Archbishop Frederic Wood to-morrow, have been completed. A solemn high pontifical mnss in requiem will bo celebrated nt 10 o'clock in tho cathedral, the celebrant being Right Rev, Bishop O'Hara, of Scranton, tho eenlor Bishop of tho province. The sermon will be delivered by Archbl hop Gibbons, of Baltimoro. The remains will bo interred In a crypt at the foot of the main altar in the cathedral. Tho services will be grand nnd impressive, nnd a great number of Catholic dignltnries will bo in attendance. Archbishop Corrigan will represent Cardinal McClosky. Silk. Culture. New Orleans, Juno 24. Mrs. E. B. Johnson, Superint ndont of the Silk Industrial Association, has placed on exhibition at the Cotton Exchanjjo two samples of reeled silk mado from cocoons raised by tho Association. Both are of a very fine quality, and tho thread even and round. Tnat of tho latter sample contains six cocoons throughout its entire length. An Italian silk manufacturer, who was in the city a few days since, saw the samples, and pronounced them cqnal to any Italian silk ho had over seen. iisi i - A Degraded Iiloiitenaut. New Your, Juno 24. Carrlo Gardner, n domestic, twenty years old, pleaded guilty in Justioo Bergen's Court in Boooklyn, tc grand larceny in having stolen clothing ami jewelry. She is an English girl, was made a Lioutonant of tho Salvation Army in her native conntry and was detailed to come hero and attack Satan'in his Match Monopoly. Pittsuuro, June 25. Pittsburg and other Western dealors havo beon forcod to sign agreements to sell goods of tho Diamond Match Company and no others. In return they get a rebato of five per cent, Somo of the local merchants are fighting tho monopoly, booause they have had to buy this year without knowing prices, aa tho big monopoly refuses to mako known its rates under the repeal of tho match tax. 'It is said that there aro no troubles further east than this oity. Mrs. Kins; William Will Xot Object. London, Juno 25. The Queen's condition is greatly improved. Sho was ablo to walk from the train to tho carrlago on hor arrival at Windsor from Balmoral. Tho Quocn has invitod the painter, Angeli, to England to take ,a life-sized portrait, which sho will present to Emperor William on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his assumption of the rcgonoy of Prussia. Pauper Immigrants to Ho Sent Hack New York, Juno 25. Of the 570 who arrived on tho Furnessia yesterday, 300 wore found to bo of tho assisted class from Ireland. Some of them did not havo money enough to buy a postage stamp. The Commissioners of Emigration will meet this morning, and take stsps for sending Borne of them back under tho law whioh forbids the landing of paupers. No Country Wants Him. Duulin, Juno 25. Carey, who is still confined in Kilmainhara Jail for his own protection, hat, for tho first time, offered to go to some foreign land, but scarcely ox- a preference and sooms to bo wiling firessos go wherever the Government may think it advisable to send hlm. The Salvation Army Throttled In s Swiss Canton. Neuciiatel, Juno 25. Tho Council ol State of Ncuchatel has forbidden tho Salvation Army to hold meetings of any kind It holds that tho army is not a joligioui association, but a corporation vory much like that of tho Jesuits, for it is headed bj a Gonoral having unlimited military authority. As a corporation, it can not settle in the canton of Ncuchntcl, save by obtaining permission from tho Great Council, nnd that permission will certainly bo refused." Nevertheless, tho Salvation Army has a fow dcclplcs at Neuciiatel, tho most of whom art Swiss citlcns. They will probnbly go on liko the Gcneveso Salvationists. In Geneva they have three placos of .woisliip. English Salvationists me heard in their meetings, but thoy do nst preside over the ntboitibly for foar of attracting too much notice. Tho police overlooks thoso proceedings. It will probably bo dltlorcnt in Ncuchatel. But should foreign Salvationists bo forbidden to apeak in privato meet-lugs, Genoral Booth might send over prcachurs not belonging to his army, though acting in the snmo spirit ami using tho same methods. Thus the law could be evaded and the Government of Ncuchatel bantered, as it well deserves to bo. Tho Salvationists In Geneva havo neither nor music, nor anything that would create any disturbance in tho streets. It would have been easy to maintain our religious liberty, but political considerations intervened. Any ono ambitious of populnrity must shout with tho mob: '"Down with tho Salvationists I Away with religions coniiug from abroad ! " But such a state of things can not last much longer. Marcchalo Booth and Col, Clibborn nre, for tho present, seeking liberty in France, at Valonce and nt Nismes,twhero they hold meetings. Toxni Steers Stampede. Chicago, Juno 24. A terrible stampede of Texas steers occurred In tho southwestern part of the city. Ono hundred and ten head of theso untamed cattle, belonging to Libby, McNeil & LIbby, broko from tho driving corral and dashed wildly in all directions. Tho start was made on Hoisted streot, near 40th. The stroots wero filled with people, many of whom were transfixed with terror. Sixty cattle charged up Went-worth avenue, clearing it of everything living or movablo. Mrs. Mary Mulholland, living at 420 Rebecca streot, was trampled to death. Mnggio Carney, a child of eight years was also run down nnu Killed. A large band of Bridgeporters armed with every conccivablo kind of weapon, pursued the cattle, killing them wherever found. Many wero killed, drawn, qunrtercd and carried off within a very fow mlnutos after death. Out of the 110 head in the stampede, wore either killed or lost. The rcmaiudor were secured aftor a night of hunting by the stock-yard men. The loss of Libby, McNeil & Libby is about 51,000. Who Holds the llrht. Washington, June 24. The June of interest on registered United States bondi Is about completed. This year the largest singlo bondholder tho Treasury Department knows i" Mr. Vanderbilt, wht will receive tho interest on $37,000,000. A year ago ho had $o0,U00,000, but ho has disposed of $13,000,000 for somo purpose. Tho next largest owner Is Mrs. A. T. Stew, art, who has about $30,000,000. Mr. Gould has $13,000,000 in registered bonds, and a largo numbor of coupon bonds which h keeps to use as collaterals in Wall street when ho needs largo sumB of money. On tho other side of the water American securities aro vory popular, becauso tho rate of interest is highor than that paid by any othor great power. The houso of the Roth, childs holds nearly one-quarter of America's whole bonded debt, as, including all tho bankers of that namo, thoy havo $400, 000,000. Ono Young Cut-Throat Kills Another, Williajistown, Ky., Juno 25.' Yesterday morning William Childert, a young dosporado of this county, was found In tho road, near Dry Ridgo, shot through tho heart. Hadon Northout, another young man, Burrendered a few hours Inter confessing that ho had murdered Childers for the alleged seduction of his sister,, a young lady now said to reside in Kentucky, opposite Cinoinunll. ChihUrs was under Indictment at Newport for complicity with ono Saddlers in seriously stabbing Henry Mason, a conductor on tho JMewport Stroct Railway. Ho was also indicted hero for horsestealing, and had a thoroughly bad roputatlou. Tromcndous Blast. St. Louis, Juno"24. At tho granite quar rics at Syenito, about a hdndred miles down tho Iron Mountain Railroad, a blast took placo, when 4,000 pounds of powdor were discharged and over 50,000 tons of xock, by actual measurement, wero lifted and turned over in masses convenient for cutting into pavement blooks. Some 20,-000 or 80,000 tons more moved so as to mako future quarrying operations comparatively easy. An Op:ulon. Cincinnati, June 24. A Now York journal of to-day says : Mr. Forakor's opening epcech was certainly croditablo in stylo and adroit in its makeup, but in its statements and omissions it suitors by comparison with history and with tho work there is to be done in this country. Whisky's Victims. New York, Juno 24. Policoraan of tho Ellzaboth streot station, brought drunken vagrants, all of them women, to the Tomb Police Court Saturday, It took ono hour and ton minutes to dispose of toe prisoners. Then tho Court officer fumJgOitoa tfiojilaco.