; cases of the two men arrested in Wlnoo- Wlnoo- PAYING FOR DRUNKS. ; Patrick Corley. John Donlfa and John Lamora Called on to Settle. " There were hearings before Juetice'F". Lk Craves In this city yesterday in the fairs of this character. John Donlin. who was ski Monday evening by Deputy Sheriff B&lleu. , . , , 1 Pa(rlck Corley was charged with ; intoxication and found guilty. He was , , . , . .7 , . lined f and costs of fOM and took an ap- ap- charg4wirthSa b1lacof he neace in : s,hS deputy nlTu and culltv in thin Ite was fined IlD stul costs of which ought to have some ! influence upon his future conduct in af- af- arrfstcd with 1 Corley. was found guilty of a treacly of the pence and fined $2 and costs of J7J.0 I anu ror intoxication .ne was assessed a hne of KX) for a third offence with costs Of tt. J4 II.. ....I. nn ........ 1 . .V. 1 . Ii;;" . John La mora, who was deputy valiou on baturday evening on a complaint for a breach of the peace with Ma wife, was also in court. In the breach ot "e peace case he was lined $5 and costs ' -J -J and for a second offence of intoxl-i intoxl-i cation he received a sentence, which coll for ,ne payn.ent of a tine ol $10 and costs ot 17 Wl or the alternative sentence in Jai. c ' nine, uunu juror v u- u- ,ln of Winooskl prosecuted in the ease, and Hon- Hon- D- D- J- J- Foster defended the lirat 1 lwu responacnts. arrested by'