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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 16, 1875, Indianapolis, Indiana Quot vol. Xxi a to. 30.tndianapolis, tuesday March 10 1375. Whole number it general Tele Iiams. Murder near Crawfordsville. A Youso married woman shot at 1igk fireside Akk pcs Fectko of the climb. I by Telegraph to the Sentinel Crawfordsville ind., March Yong married woman about so years old was killed Early last right a a farm House Jive Miles from this place. She was abot in a the right temp Loby a Ball from a pistol while a Alt Long by the Fira no our being in the House Bat her husband. To allows that Tho shot was fired from Tho outside but the track of the Ball and Othor a direct neb suspicion to him. An inquest was held to Day but the jury a not Yot to turned its Vordick. It is probable that the husband will be held Overto Wal Tho action of the grand jury. Ims Refutable shooting affray. A y0u.v<3 Man of hot ii a woman tub wound Proll Ahly mortal. Try Telegraph to tilt i Kouf Fael shul Yville. Ind., March 13. A a Young Man named William Thompson was shot and i Orbas fatally wounded Bero Hast night by Sallie Miller Tho proprietor a of a disreputable Bagni a. To had struck her several times and was in Tho act of striking her again when Sho shot him. Tho Ball entered his neck just missing to jugular vein and lodged somewhere near the cur. The wound is thought to be mortal. Tee plaintiff s arraignment or. Cost try of Lowell taxr3 tub stand a a conversation with mrs. Woodhull a the witness cd to a cart hut Xot it a a cruise amorous Lanct so a Little in Rhoul Anity of his own. New York March 10.�?when the court opened in Brooklyn to Daj Una Etc announced that Fullerton was sick. Charles Cowley was called As the next witness. Is the titled that to had lived in Low Ollma Sinco 1s12. Ilo had practice Law in Lowell end Boston for the last Nineteen years except two yearn who be was Ai War in the Volunteer Tore a. Be was one a candidate for in Masna Buxin its. La with this political matter to visited new York in the full of 1371. While Hore he Aav Tiseo Doro Tilton. Be was introduced to him by mrs. Woodhull at nor House in Twenty eighth Street. New York. A number of to Rocs of both a xes the occasion. Fio called at Wood hulls invitation and Thori a real revolt ii the by mrs. It it meet or. Tilton i Woodhull said that a i t about to take place in regard to Tho marriage relation and that Beec bar would be its Leader. The witness a Aid be did not believe this and mrs. Wood a Hull paid that Isacher would have to a or would \ 0 exposed As one who concealed in Public Bis Privato entertainment. Are. Woodhull having said something a to by Echo re a preaching to a do zen of Bis mistress tha witness said that could not to without it being notorious. Either til on or airs. W. Then spoke of the number of Beecher s mis Tressah As being 10. Thu name of mis Proctor was mentioned in this connection. Mrs. W. In a tone which might have been heard by Tilhoo spoke of Man. Tilton As a woman with whom Beecher bad Long been Ena Morod. She said there was some doubt As to whet or be Ocker or Tilton was the father of one of mrs. Tilton a children. She said that mrs. Tilton had confessed to her husband and that or. Beecher obtained a retraction from her which a Friend of Tilton procured from him at the Point of a pistol. To thought the mentioned the Namoff Moulton. The witness expressed his disbelief of this and paid that if mrs. Tilton bad written one confession she could write another. Mrs. W. Said that she was not Likely to make another As that was written when Tilton was in some business trouble. The injustice of sni noot the marring Laws was discussed Tilton Aud mrs. W. Arguing that marriage ought to to h simple contract. Tho witness expressed different opinions. Mrs. W. Said that Bhe favored Tbs abolition of the whole Presont system of segregated Milles and thought that ought to i Jinoo uht i in institutions maintained by the state. Tilton and mrs w. Seemed to to Ena Morod with each other. Be called her Victoria and she called him Theodore. The witness did not leave till after 10 of clock that evening and Tilton remained. This occasion it september 1871. In the following october the with toss stopped in new York on his Way to Washington and called on mrs. W. In consequence of a note which he bad received from i he was subsequently her counsel in so a flatters. Lie was received in the Bouse col. Blood Aud Lound Theodoro there with mrs. Woodhull and or. Claflin. Woodhull said that Bescher was going to preside at a meeting where Sho was to Speal on the relations of Tho sexes. Tho witness told her that be could not believe Beeche would preside. Mrs. W. Said that lit would and that Tilton was arranging it. Tilton said that Beecher would not exp i a approval of her sentiments As he bad not courage ear Vogh but that to would say he Consin ered Lur subject a legitimate on Quot Public discu8imj. A sets. After to Reeths to was Cro. A mined by Beach. To rep Inarta of Tho conversation As repeated Gay him in the morning he said that us had great embarrassment in near Altug his collections of what was Aid from Genera impressions made on Bis mind. In speaking of teacher and mrs. Tilton the witness said that mrs. Woodhull spoke of them is having lived together As husband and wife. So said that they bad accented and acted upon the principles of social a Freedom. Tho witness then repeated his testimony in regard to mrs. Woodhull remarks concerning mrs. Tilton s confession and retraction. The a rites continued or. Tilton Jud teat the system of treating women As inferior to own was false and to regulations item should by Mado by contract and Dis Holrod by contract. This is a jct Vul under discussion amt half an Lour. I Reo Kainber Tilton a aay Iuar fat boy Law Shieh took away the will of the div dual was usurpation. A Coral week1 after this i had Nho ibor interview with or. Tilton at mrs. Wood Hlaj. In the first in Tarvio Tilton and a Rte. Woodhull 4jonversed in private two or three time did cot so them sitting close together. They Wero sitting on a lounge about a foot Spart. I noticed no caresses Between them it it i noticed an amorous glance though i Hite Givon Quot fighter r laughter i do not think there was any thing shop Mph in the glance. 1 think the1 Osper Effion was conveyed by the eyes. 1 did not observe any Specula. Mile on his face or any other feature that ii could describe. Tho expression of his face. Was too evanescent for me to describe. Their conversation was conducted in tones of tenderness different from that in which they addressed other persons. Mrs. Wood Bull said that Tilton approached nearest i her Ideal of what a Nuu should be Aud i replied that her idea ought also to be reciprocated by Tilton. At Tho next interview several weeks after mrs. W. Told me that a he was going to deliver to lecture in new York and or. I Luecber would preside. I doubted it and Tilton said he would not probably i Dorso Freo love but would state that it was a legitimate Quot Tion for Public discussion. Mrs. Woodhull said that of to did not come out on the Aldo of the Groat revolution hoc Auld it main Tain himself. Nephew is a partner of or. Oliver Johnson and i suppose it was through his communication with or. Johnson that i came her6us a witness. I received a letter about a month a go asking me to come and i arrived Here last night. I have talked with Shearman Hill and karts sinc i i came hero. J carried to narratives of these consultations in the Tablet of my brain. I waa running in the interests of the labor Reform party for attorney general of so Teri Massachusetts and received about 11,cd0 vote. There Wero two other parties in the yield Thero Whoso candidates outstripped to. Tbs Wasluk 1809 and 1s70. I carried on Tho Law Bush Ness in Lowell mass., there Wero re viral charges against my then one of them purported to to of a criminal offence. I endeavoured to get it tried but could not. I never was charged with perjury or false pretences Practised on an insane woman. No such accusation r\3 keeping a woman in an insane Asylum was Ever made Asai Ost me. I nev6r had any Difuilo ult in Washington at any time i wow on to staff of Admiral Dalghren in Tho Navy is advocate Geu Oral. Redirect examination in 17 there was a charge made against my com Luet when 1 was a Young lawyer its general allegation was that i received ?l0f> Feo irom parties which i was said i should not have received. This Case was Nolle pro said although i wanted it to go to trial. Tho parties con earned in this accusation wore or. Jam a Harmon ,oco Farri Trion a nurse Lor Ilia doctor and Mose a District attorney with whom 1 lad a Dii Mculty. 1 never knew nor did lenoral Lutler my counsel i hat Thero was and ground Lor Thi offence other Triau i to general accusation. Tho matter was Nolle and i Here ended. I never anything More of it until Titi i. I became mrs. Wood Hull a counsel in rot Orenco to a Dilli culty that arose about her Hal i for lecturing purposes in lesion. Or. Tilton said that thy i Laws of pome of the new Lou Glaud to Audi Finland Illinois Zero Prei Ohrablo of new York. To Littou was of Tho opinion that the Law should not interfere with the marriage relations. Tilton a idea a that the Quot tee should dissolved at Tho instance of one or the other of to parties. Ohs understand by us Reni turks that if a wife worn out in her husbands service was deserted by her husband Sho could sustain an action against him for damages but that to contract was Hook of. Tuis concluded now Ley it Testi Guy and the court he Jonreed. Sam. I Ldoa n the s f i fies. L l Stilt. Absent Wilkeson All about the tue Pakilit agreement Why be Oculi snid it Kow he came to say a Iii Hokr than a Kite a his firm Faith in keep Here kno Leston tells of some of Theodore s lady friends new York March 1-.�?mrs. Tilton mrs. Shearman mis. Field and Bessie Turner were in their seats in the Brooklyn court room this morning when to Tilton i Eckber trial opened. Beecher and his wife and were seated on Tho Edge of the Plymouth gathering. Fullerton was absent from ill Psi find Bis Placo was taken by or. Beach who stated to judge Neilson that he would a prepared to Continuo on monday Samuil Wilkeson was to first witness he of Atwood i reside at Fortieth Street now York City. I helped to build too Northern in Acif Railroad and am now soc stary of that i have been a journalist for thirty years and Tribune for three years before the War and four years during Tho War. I was in Washington Lor the Tri Buno at Ono time. I have known Tilton to Yeeu or sixteen years and Beecher for fourteen or fifteen years. In the fall of 1sgi Tilton came to to at Washington at my hotel and showed me a letter from Beecher. Or. Beach objected to this line of evidence As immaterial and argument ensued the Point Between him and Karls. The court finally ruled that it was not material evidence and must to excluded Zivarts continued to argue that this evidence w first brought out by the other Side on the direct examination of Tilton Aud it was certainly a Gravo matter in the defense Wero not to give evidence that was imperfectly Lvi n a Gay Tho other Side judge Neil Sou said that they could not examine All Tho to Remote grounds As the evidence then be extended to an indefinite length and he Thor Eforo held to his former Deel a it was too Remote and immaterial. The witness Fen continued. On to morning of Friday Tho 2 thou March is72, or. Tilton came into my office in the Kyu Stablo humid ing in now York to was exceed and showed me a press proof of an article which to threatened to publish in to Golden age unless or. Becher did him Justice. I wrong Anz it . He then said that Bowen had violated Bis contracts with Bim on the Independent Aud Brooklyn Union and that his dismissal from those papers had ruined and destroyed him that Beecher had no Como to Bis help when he could have saved bit with his Little Finger and bad left him lying where he with indifference that to would pursue Beecher into Tho grave. I told him this the wrong Way to to going about anything of that kind that Beecher was sincerely attached to him and was Bis Friend and that Bowen would be induced to do him Justice and pay the Money Aud Tertul nato Tho suits which he Tilton was about to bring i Galinat him. Tilton then appeared to grow Happy. He told me to wus very glad he had Como to my of Lee. A he Wai going Down Roadway he said a sudden inspiration drove him to go up to see his old Friend Wilkeson. He thought the spirits drove him there and be was glad that he came to see to. Nothing was said of mrs. Tilton nor did to accuse Beecher of Auy thing else but refusing to help him when he was prostrate i returned Tho areas proof to Tilton. That night i a cd an interview with or. Beecher. Moulion called at my office on the previous Day with letter of introduction from or Beecher. After i bad read the letter i submit Todd my plans to him. I told him my plan was to avoid the publishing of the scandal and warfare to gear. Bowen to Pav or. Tilton and not let blk bring a snit which my wet ?.c along indefinitely that Tho Golden age newspaper Shoula be helped Ami to that end the columns of the Christian Union might be used. Or. Moulton approved my plan and i suggested that an agreement should be drawn up Between the parties. Before going Cav be made an appointment with to at his House on the following sunday evening where i met blk. Thero wore present Moulton and Tilton and myself. Tho subject of the conversation was Tho harmonization of these three men. plan was approved and i think i produced a draft of that paper. The witness was shown Adieu input. This was not original but is tit 15 As amended. It was arranged that Bowen should be induced to pay Tuton the Money and to use the editorial columns of Tho Independent newspaper to help Tillon and to help Tho Golden ago now Papor. I was to do the same with the Christian Union paper. It was also fat Aid that Tho papers in connection with the scandal against Beecher should be destroyed after tie signing of Tho tripartite agreement. Horne b. Claflin who come in before we separated said that to had no doubt that by Wen would do All that was said. Changes were made at this interview rough draft of the agreement. The second interview Between us was in Moulton Sendy on Tho 2d of april 1s72. 1 took to amended draft Thero in my r6ponod that Bowen had agreed to pay the Money to Tilton if Tho arbitrators determined the amount. The subject of the tripartite agreement was thou introduced and i read the draft i had Prepa fld. To witness was Here shown a draft of the agreement and to continued this Plec of yellow paper attached to with the Pencil Marks was not on it then. The witness read the agreement As drawn up by him leaving out the additions which he said Wero afterwards added to u. Tho witness resumed after i read Tho paper at the second interview Trifon said to would sign it twelve times Over if Bowen would sign it Claflin and Moulton also expressed Theu solves Ait Ifird with it. Tilton was about to sign it but was stopped by Claflin who said it might to Lor him to Tell Bowen that his Pignaturo would to required before Tilton would sign it. Orilin t the paper in his pocket to take it to won. Claflin returned that evening an3 in that Bowen was willing to sign to Cement but had kept it to look it Over Caus undo stood Itiat a Iier Tho covenant bad icon signed till it kits relating to the scandal would be destroyed. Of Tho evening of to Day i bad a conversation with Tilton lib be said that a my ber had made improper proposals to Bis Wije and that was Al the charge to bail against him. Iio thou Bato Tell to of something to Hud Dono for Beecher a son Harry who was in the Volunteer Sonvico when to bad fallen into Otis Graco that he Tilton had gone to seethe Secretary of War Aud Ingn Tia Tod himself into his favor that be had told him of the position hich Beecher a son was placed and he i commission for him in the regular y. I next saw the tripartite covenant about a of clock on the opening of april i Ben it was brought to my office by 0 i atom. The yellow paper was then attached to it. About 11 of clock on that Forenoon Tilton came into my office excitedly and said he. Would not Elan Tho agreement unless it was altered. He called for Tho engrossed copy of he agreement which was in the Safe and began scratching it and making alterations. 1 remonstrated with him but he said that Bowen and Beecher wore being taken car of and to would keep himself Safe i had a conversation at dinner it Washington about Lutil or Iso with Tilton in which his wife wag mentioned. He asked me in i had seen Bis Wilo. I replied not. He said i would bed sap m i toil in her that she was a Small woman and not a woman of culture that he had married her Young. He Loht me this so that i could appreciate Between them after 1 saw her. I knew Oliver Johnston and persuaded Belchor to employ him i spoke to him on Broadway Ubu unit in Tho Winter of 1871 or 1s7�o. It was Notin consequence of aunt oing Tilton said to to that Johnston was employed on Tho Christian Linious. I simply wanted a Cood managing editor on Tho paper. This was Tho Only Mode by which Johnston came to to employed on that paper. The witness there identified a slip which was taken from Tho columns of the Christian Solon As being written by him and not by Beecher and continued 1 knew of to publication of to tripartite ment so far As it was published. I am the party who was instrumental in its publication and i am not aware that Beecher know anything about it. Cros3-fximined by Beech i have Given the interviews with Tilton and Moulton to far As i can recollect. As i have turned Over the matter in my own. Mind about 10,000 times to language of Tho conversations which 1 have Given lathe precise language in effect used on these occasions. Pretty much of my language was Given in the precise words in which it occurred. I recollect Tho Ore also words Tilton used of the morning of april �5,1872, when to said to me that he would never slug any agree ment a bib would prevent him irom pursuing Henry Ward Bencher. To also said that Henry. C. Bowon had been Well taken care of by Claflin and Beecher by to but that. U had been left out in u cold and to did no Tseo any Chan of getting Bis Money. To court Hore took its usual recess. Says the Boston sunday times but Day two Boston women with a Erie ivs stood before Tho picture and regarded it Long and be ally. A i done to know Quot said one of them reflectively she was a gushing Maiden of forty Summers with curls a i done to know if i regard Elaine a course As altogether womanly or proper. To announce her love to Lancelot and the whole world in that Public Way no no it was not consistent with the highest feminine a i done Tokuo Labont that a said her companion. That Happy land. Experiences in tue Black Hills. Story of two of the Sioux City party an Kamily but Enterprise tick secret expedition a All that fancy painted. A correspondent of to now York Herald Bas seen to two non Gordon and i Tabor who have returned from the Black Hills Aud thus writes to his paper in february 1s72, or. Charles Collius editor of Tho Sioux City times with three associates organized what is known As the a a Black Hills mining and exploring previous to this indians and half Breeds had brought into Tho settlements numerous statements concerning looked like an exclamation in int a a but one thing i do know if the girl had worn her clothes suspended from the shoulders taken of her corsets worn Llannor drawers and Broad Soled shoes shed w have pm Ned away to that sickly cd Sion for any Maul it is related that a woman living at Dundee Scotland Cut her Throat about two years ago but her life was saved by the insertion of a Silver Tubo through which respiration has Loco been carried on. A abort time ago she removed the tube to clean it Ami forgetting to replace it sat by the Ore and feel asleep. To result was that Sho died frogs suffocation. I Todi tarnation. Its z Fez a Noflis Quot a my through the House or a a Presentati Auti Mariau amp via score Arv of the Interior Tol Ratfor tii Tell or i. 3 diced mr1 a Vendi a a a so Ciceu or. Delano to Public la u welfare of Tho indians i -�5rp go tothe b1 k Nils or a Fluiro about the scheme by ,1-s to Sash who waste to Ilo a lie new kid Orado these were he. Kunieda to rendezvous in cd Bica o on Ayisat. 17, to Toko teams for Slovut City and to to ready to leave the latter place on the -i.b. Just then came Tho military order of ail subordinate Ohan de he unti. S�?�1i, immediately a st. A a a returning to Sioux ssrir�?o1 Ltd a a it a a secret a Quot. �?�h�0 in h it publicly that us a a s �?zbur-t0 a >lelor.nine,l a a a do. Alter much May the part Siocic City and on the is to a st oct oboe started Lor tie Al fake Hin with ban Quot a it Thuat �?�r8k. Us want Litu Quot the ? real x ?l0d a Quot a �isisi.�?Tsiiowis0�?o1 oflh8 86 died of dy3entry. 11,0 Coop by a compotes of Moos Tro afferent a Talea John a or Ion 0l a Stout City was a boast Onmi Nanour. Oak month or. O01.j0umllmr j., from a i Chwu �isl0ni City re a a Ltd. And a a a i ? 2nd from 1< uer3 Welcl it they 1 u2ht irom other members of Tho expedit Lefor tfx la i t6 a a Tot Statcy Veyo s Trail to the Niobrara. The haul to adorable they encamped on mems nah . A re Quot a ii ado the Keva same tii,s.�ntlauedbi0n6 in Tho of White Kiriti for Ossido both Forks i White part ii River thence travel a / of so bad a ver and the South Lork of the a in a a str z Tbs oosl.1 a no Lissys part theo�?z\tnte�r.xrarrepr08 to buy Pound Gold Jast As ouster had stated trom grass roots �1 u"4 previous to erecting their a was oni5 a inches be Low the surface but by the time they were completed Early Injo no a a try the Frost m i real mrm feet does cold a Quot a a a Ltd m Hakh As if Terii cents to the pan and old a a a Mio Toad of i.0-nt of a it a Bat Quot us Slu Tob a has a Rall a Ioni a Fly 119 raai10 re a a Dougli for Tjw non to Vbry dams Ous specimens of sold 10r&Quot messes. Gordon and we u a Hogue station of Rich Dlug her three feet wide. Aged found 15 cents a Worth of Gold the Glrst painful washed. Tho Hole took of their bats and gave three Rou ing cheers for Custer. About Twenty five Prospect Boles were Sonk and in every instance there was Good color from grass roots to bed Rock. The distance Bev bad to entry the Frozen Earth to thaw it out before washing necessarily made prospecting very slow but in Tho Short time intervening Between Tho finishing of Tho stockade and Tho departure of messes. Gordon Aud Witcher they had obtained about 315 Worth of float l shot Gold which to saw on exhibition Sioux City. They have i Kelso discovered seme Rich Gold and Silver bearing Quartz lodes which old miners believe to to Rich As any in the country. Or. Witcher is that his companions feel that they Bavo struck their fortunes. The return of the two gentlemen was Lor ten purpose of obtaining reinforcements. They left Tho Little Colony quite Well. Show in the Parl and on to Hiilis is about six inches does but on Tho Plains below two feet deep. The cattle and horses have thrive Well the grass under the Snow being perfectly cared and very nutrition. They do not Bavo to teed their Stork anything else. Game is found in great abundance and there is plenty or Good Timber and water. The crowning act. The liquor Law. Full text of the 1hlt. As amended an1 a passed. An act to regulate and License the vials of spirituous vinous and malt and other intoxication liquors to limit the License fee to a charged by cities and towns and to repeal All former Laws regulating Tho Salo of intoxicating liquors and All Laws and arts of Laws coming in conflict with Tho provisions of this act prescribing ponaltie3 or the violation thereof and declaring an emerge Day. Section 1. Be it enacted that it Shull be unlawful for any person or persons directly or indirectly sell barter or give away for any purpose of gain any spirituous vinous or Unalt liquors in less Arjua Bolties than a quart at a time without first procuring irom Tho Board of comm in a Souers of to county in which such liquor or liquors Aro to to sold a License As hereinafter provided nor shall any person with to having first procured such icon a a my barter any intoxicating liquor to in drank suffered to to drank in Bis Houpo out Une Yard Garden or the appurtenances thereto belonging. She. 2. The words a intoxicating liquor a shall apply to any spirituous vinous or it liquors or to any intoxicating liquors whatever which is used or May to quod us a beverage. Sf. 3. Any Malo inhabitant Over Tho ago of til years desiring to obtain list Wise to Aell Intorn a ing liquors shall give notion to the ,i7.9iw of the township town City or Ward in which be desires to sell by publishing in a weekly now paper in the county a notice slating in Tho notice Tuo preciso location of the premises in which be de ires to sell and Tho kind of liquors whether Only a icons and malt liquors or malt liquors Only or spirituous vinous in it it malt liquors or vinous liquors Only at last Twenty Days before Thomo Etingoff the Board at which the applicant islands to apply Tor a License or m Case there a no such paper i blushed in the county thed by Poethig up written or printed notices in Broo of the Moit Public places of the township in which to desires to sell at least Twenty Days before the meeting of such Board. Aud it shall be the privilege of any voter of said township to remonstrate in writing against the Grdnic Jug of such License to any applicant on account of immorality or other until noes As is specified in this act. Sec. 4. Tho Board of county commissioner at such term shall Graut a License to such applicant upon his giving Bond to Tho state of Indiana with at least two Freehold securities resident within said county to Heap proved by the county auditor in Tho sum of $2,000, conditioned that he Wylli keep an orderly and peaceable House and that to will pay All Linn and costs that May to assessed against him for any violations of the provisions of to a act and for Tho payment of All judgments for civil damage growing out of unlawful sales As provided for in this act which Bond shall be filed with the auditor of said county provided said applicant shall be a fit person to to entrusted with Tho Sale of intoxicating liquors and it he to Notin the habit of becoming intoxicated but in no Case shall a License be granted to a person in Tho habit of becoming intoxicated provided that no Appal taken by any person from the order of Tho Board Grantin Gauch License shall operate to Estop the person receiving such License from Selling liquors thereunder until the close of the next term of the court in which such Appeal is pending at which such cause might be lawfully tried. And to shall not to liable As a seller without License for sales made during the Pendency of such Appeal but to shall to liable for to violation of any of to provisions of this act during such time Tho same As if regularly licensed. Amount of License. Sec. 5. If said applicant desire to soil spirituous vinous and malt liquors in quantities of less than a quart at a Elmo to shall pay the treasurer of said county $100 a a License fee Lor Ono year b6lore lie Onse shall Issue to him and if be Desiro to sell Only vinous or malt liquor or both a a Nufi ties Lees than a quart at a time he shall pay to the treasurer of Earl county �50 is a License Leo for Ono year before Lic Euso a Kjall Issue to urn such feet old paid into the so col fund of the county in which such icon sri Aro obtained. Sec. T5. No City or incorporated town shall Clargo any person who May obtain a License under the provisions of this act More than the follow Long sums for License to sell within their incorporated limits. Cities May charge Jolt. 0 and incorporated towns ?100, in addition to Tho sum provided for Hereinbefore. So. 7. Upon the execution of the Bond As re Quimod in the 4th Section of this act and the presentation of the order of the Board of commissioners granting him License and the county treasurers receipt for $50, if the application Bolor vinous and malt liquors Only or a receipt Lor �100, if the application be Tor the Sale of spirituous vinous and malt liquors As aforesaid the county and Tor shall Issue a License to the applicant for the Sale of such liquors As be applied Lor in less quantities than a quart at a time with the privilege of permitting the Samo to be drank in Tho premises a stated in the aforesaid notice which License shall a pacify the name of Tho applicant Tho place of Sale and Tho period of time for which such License is granted. Sec. 8. No License As herein provided shall a granted for a greater or less Elmo than Ono year. Sec. 0. A License granted under the provisions of this act shall not authorize to Porson so licensed to sell or Bartor any intoxicating vinous or malt liquors on sunday nor upon any Legal Holiday nor upon Tho Day of any state county township or Man Cipal election in the township town or City where the same maybe Holden nor Between Tho hour of 11 p. Is. And 5 a. M., Aud upon thereof to shall to deemed guilty of a mis Demeanour and be lined in any a Una cot in than Oil it for Moro than . A my for a in shall forfeit by Alivene. Fak amp fall in of a part of the Jod gout of Ida Cox but so. 10. Is shall directly directly Tell barter or give away Ray intoxicating spirituous vinous or wait liquors to any person who is in the Bahit being intoxicated after notice Shatt intr. Boon Given blk in writing by Ibe wife Etc a Parent brother or sister of Kuco pc73on, by to trustee of the township where so in arts that s Ica porm it is la the habit of being intoxicated shall be deemed Gaili of a Misdemeanour and upon convict Lon Tex of shall he fined not loan than tin for Moe. Than fifty dollars. Sec. 10>i. And person of sound in inf found in any Public place in b8fat$<rfs�-toxioation, shall to deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and upon conviction be tl�iwi3i� any hum not let than a 00,nor Roro Tina 00 Lor each offence. Sec. Ii. Any person not ing Mica nests according to the provisions of this ant Virtu shall sell or barter directly or in dlr Civ. Any spirituous vinous or in a com Quantity than a a Watt at a time or who shall &e5 House Outhoue Yard Garden or Tho 3fsut-Tflnancc thereto belonging a Ball a use was Cuilty of a Misdemeanour and upon let it Zrno Ron thereof Hull to lined in Auy sum Sidt 1-sm thu $20 nor More than �100,to it Otto courier Iury try aug Tho cause Mayas Mca la the county jail of Nav than 30 Days for More than six months. Sec. 12, ii any person shall sell Tersero re Ivo away directly or indirectly aug Nous vinous or malt liquors to any pm a in under Tho age of 21 year he shall Leo ill Casa guilt of a Misdemeanour and upon nonfiction thereof shall to lined in any Sura less than ten nor More than filly doll and. Sec i Ifan Norson under the age of a Voith a Hall a nth to in a Iii isell to be Over 21 years of a in to Jar to Purchase spirituous a Lou or lieu or to shall be seemed guilty of a a a Demeanour Noil upon conviction null by lined in Auy sum not la ask ice us in nor Moro iban 23t>. A. So. H. Any Porson Avha shall to a or give away any i pm Lam Vinoid get melt any Peison at the a Tuto of intoxication shall a deemed or Yoi a iwo Deif Teante a and upon a Eric us thereof shall a lined in any sum oots a Ciao Tew nor than Tifty dollars penalty of adulteration Sec. . Any person who Nab or shall sell or Oil in Lor Saio any . Vinous or malt liquor which have Mcuan adult crap to by of any to Oia Dorlous substance therewith shall be tuomas a Nilta of a Misdemeanour and upon Elowe Tiu ii the Reni pall to fined in and a Metaj Irsh than nor Moro Thau to we Rich top Conri or my to Vinus to same May add in Tho county Jadol not last thaa Ivy nor nor than six months. It it Evora place Boose Arbor Sunn or Abed where Iii spirituous vinous or Twatt Littow Jere sold bartered or Given Awny or a a up Iod to be Dranly if kept in a Ion go a amp manner shall to deemed a a a Mon nuisance and Tho keeper , shall forfeit his License Aati lined in and Sam not i is than ton Rory Autv than Ono Hundl dollars. Trovi Dij tire to no i ios Cut on shall a Institute Orr ask to info a against any a it Era of for the re aah a of to provisions of Thi Nch tween the time whom it shall take Tho Cloae of Tho a it Reg Ilar see Xuoi Tho Board of Cammus a a of the proper county Tho session not taking puce in Lesa s Ceu alter i act Uto. Courts having of st. 17. Criminal circuit courts a Iii cd a unit courts wit Biu their resp Otiva Jurian so tons shall Havo Power to boar aai32m? fill complaints for tax Tion of Tho provisions of ibis and the grand jotted of a amp Jao Oral courts shall have Power Aad it 3� he Rev made their duty to take cordite ooh its provisions �1sec.��81 justices of the Penca within resp Ototivo counties shall have Muradi Rotaj Totev Aud de Ermono All cases arising Awer Tho provision of this act except a a go veiled in a Cimon loot to�9 Vlod that if in the Yin too a As the a is ii a or jury trying any a a Case a Tine of ii a att to Quad Conate a shr sent for such violation then Tho in such Case shall recon lie the part squid oat Bond Ami surety to a a next term of the criminal a Rcpt Coop circuit court of the proper county total 81ec.ai9.cevefy person who shall you Robt the r or give away and Limo off a violation of any of to provi for of 8� net shall be personally stud also Lnag a on Bia Bond filed in to auditors us it a Reo i red by Section 4 of this act to nay per Sou who shall sustain any injury ordffi�g9 to their person or property or Means Norr on account of the use of s Lreh in to Catiz a Onuora so sold As aforesaid too �3-force� by approx Piliato action in any Conr of competent . Cd i Roo former Laws , Jesale of Iitto Kimting Liq now. Aud All Law a a a Par Tao full it my the a Rovou of this a a. Be and Tho min a s hereby repealed provided "5 that nothing Norein co Tamid shall 1� a it a a trued As to vein any Way indictments now i ending. In any of my courts in this male tinder Tho pro jul Fons of any of Tho Law a hereby and Trio same Liall in tried Belt <leteroi33�ii of though tills net had not been pm cd. Arc 21 h is hereby dec Aiea thaw irs. Emerge nov exists for the i Mcd be a a effect Othla act. It a Hall therefore. A a Toree irom and after its passage. Tha following Story is told by tie Mas Lin mass Register two in sets by be Osumi late disaster of Tho railway train at pm woo the Engineer of that train dry race that his train ran Oil the track not or it a or that place. And that be get Eek Llna Orr Tat hta lire fan was badly in need to or eocene or on the Day of the Anc Burnt my a it run care Lull. Law he had Clr Moa no Cut Lief re the Accident that Bis Iran Lwft of the track at Norwood but than be. Tho Engineer of the wrecked Jiow lured but the fireman was Hurt. Uei amp or two Dree ins bulb pointing to Kyj it ��11� suit which result was accomplished. With singular truth to Tho Ilet uits 0� pm it dreams. On the boulevards Montmartre and Pote Moniere Paris to Porson pass Ottry Nimtz throughout Tho Day nearly Hall n Millum Persona from morn Imp till night. Or. A a a a a son Eaid in his Timo that a the High tide or a a Man life Wasatch ring Cross a Lut that we lonesome place Conio ared to Tho Point Oil boulevards indicated

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