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Couinty 1 7-' r.i ft Vol. T. I'LY.MOt'TIh .MAHSIIALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OlTOIiKR 18. K. No. 51 The Yellow Sisrn. (UMMOX COl'XCIL J Fl II. I'. Ihlclv Fen Fetters 1 Id Cl't SS Adam Koebert TH,: BOURBUN FAH?. '. : !')!'!. A!: H'.-j. ? o.. I- ".r i KLE N HMIDT j REGULAR SESSION-IMPORTANT j BUSINESS T RANSACTED. THE TAILOR. Largest line of fallend -winter woolens in Marshall county. The best icrade of workmanship at living prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall and winter trade. Tailor made clothing is what you want, and 1 am the man to make it. See the Yellow Sicni. 1 III l:ii!-: to J .Ioui?-Mi!v.:i.v Jaei b Suit p; n . r.. i.fviiojils ii. i:. iim-k '. !i". W. Fid, Fe i t Thompsi ii Kc! chain Wikoii ic. hongmore Moved by Alderman Tanmr ! I 1 1) ri out I OO i oo 7 k . . as a i alas. The j : "vat held h. r h . if. i s v.. part laei hiouak! - Hill -ec mieu l.v Alderman llretImu-r lh -i .' "' 1 K' 1 - arsnw, at i raced more attt .-. : . .-:- la v t 'ia exhibits v. ere lint . ;!:.. ;. and the atU ndance Im;.: -ti:i:i:ti:i: s: .i:t iiux i;m:;;;i r. ! Ti.c I.ittlf (it'in w ire stav u-a h:" i OViV. l-Xi: II Jl 1 t-tl iV S?n-t !! .V ( ! rit'(' ! - i c i.( ui s . I . r i .1, i "t ui:,f I -i , i 'i i.'-y a: kii' vi; t i Hi::;a . i . : . " . i i . 1 'ei '!' ti:I t draw wai Ail v .''. I 1 1 : V::v : kil !t. MM 1 lit' l aim that i: The regular meeting of tiie eonuii-m ouncil im t Muiulay evt-inng at b o'clock j with Mayr Swindell in the chair and Jail ri-snt exc-tt AkU-rman O'ICeri'e. j Alter t'.c radin and approval of j the journal, the reports of the city (Iii- n-.f! . u cai rit-,!. leers wore called for. City treasurer Ti:e :-tivit and alley .ojuaiittee re-! IT xvin t't'1 is pn-vitle! -r in ) ! K el ley read his rptri whieli was re-; pr:ed reec.r.uaendiiiir that a munln-r d' ! -un weli suhstantiate;!. A-i.'. '.V. in ..t ca: ( 1 iern ':'( effi's r 'i'lu V i: ei.:;.is t: eC :i f -:!:: sw;ii.' ;:i f in t,!,.' - '.ear at a- e a vi.S the .1 tllOSf .!. '.-.til 'l-i -II ".:... t .. t l:oi a:- f-'i'a'v. a'Kt eeived and plaeed on lilt; also t!iat oi j n. v. ' :.-!ewaIk:' h (tilt and (Iit. j .I'm:: nit' ;r.-i)f anu insa.aaiv oi tlie ! . " ' ' - v. ' i iv i ti tit. t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t .- i . ;. a x 1 1 : ...... . ; 'j' I . iiiv on r ..- . -, sioiu r iI-yno!ds. stakes or the rai-ia- of th. Mipermienatnt I ue.erwood, ot the j ai-ai.a- Ike north Mdt water works, reported that Fivt-se and Fills, of Ureineii who ha 1 the contract for puitisi.' down th" six inch well had j gone as far as they could and l ad j thrown up the joh. He also reported .. 1.., H- of the :ialtin-!y int'i ;ke it o 1 and Machinery ree.uiivd tv pai-ticitiarly c'ii:i.i 'ndeti it to lamiers pn-j erty ami adjfinin lots so that ; 'v'' seek a conihination .oV. s;m ! ! v i could b; raised so as l : event water ; n it. Moved and sce ne received KLEINSCHMIDT, lüiLLÜt?-. iro'.n stand ended that I he report pka'i ii on i;pj and concurred in. Car t i aiul irael:caoiiity m fer.ee c. aa-1 iT.ct "'ii. 1 The farm rilit ami laaehine c ni. lete ; are :-o!d for .-;.:. U js claimed that a j ten wire fence with cro: s w'; s v,a.v( n I i i i . . e i v . . ''ear fin. i ( j j ; a- ; t, . j.j. ' ' i a ' ' n'.f ' , ulv,:,:: th' ; : 'a- iah-. : ht ai was only Jit s :x i ' !!K! ive a. ni i at the tad one nt'a- and old a;; .e. r i wna-k a ii'acii.'ii. i: . ;ait v ,v i i , Sl'.fA Oi de -a e d. ;:: Iv o;ii.-4 '!';. k ; wht-ivver n in. la-'.U'S L' iie is a are red he that iron water niai.-i coahl he houht for kl to :kj cents per foot, while wooll en pipe would vr.t cents per foot, and that tle Novelty Works claimed i th-. ii' adaption. It was moved that thtM k i'ke citv civil engineer re:rlitt tu i v "lrt can he hakt at a co.-t of grades estihii!:ed for Washin-ton, 17 ct:ils Vvv r", wire, ti;e wnv SycaiHre and Fourth str-ets and a-ked ; 'vd oeia; Xo. 1 1 a'vaaba d. It i al ii So'- . cki'iaed t v.-ire et a: ske V tat they were not usmr citv wafer for t oed:-:' C it tl... fo-n. .. put j lkt -a lane streets he accented. Car- I . : . i I i . i . uicir eoiiei s nui i üa! i hey - down a Vki-I! i f 1 !k ' - i ha-1 t .! can he r.seti in l'enc-.' Ci'nstrn'dion a;n !-e m;ed with th:s naicliiiaa i for that purport i su-rested tliat and that t!:e matt. iiar own lor that par- : i j pose ami ohjrfed to payii:g water r at 1 ' 4 . . 4:... . . a t i j n a. n. ti-t oil da. a r n of s V.t;.ii:ili.- in i own do-ejh, ct-iuiiuttee on iiie th j ailment ! Auc''cc at !o;ai!!v ilne lot of Che-ter v. l ,,at .dr. hankenaw: reported tiuit the work of panda- the j Whke :,ad !Mmd Cl,k, k ue-.i v;..,a. o, t the city s water connea- ' root r c, me department home had I shown in Ike live slock depariniea! l'v ! tLt V,. case they shotnd need k? 1 ke.-t c .'lapleled and that the windows' j; ... r ( a. . T... v t.. ...... M,. . . ..." inter he left to the Nov had hem :epah,d wkere needed. away' one' mst "and" Uvo seaoad pn' ! i ;v uav rnieer to ronort. uumth v c n-i.: a..,-,, ' 1 1 o . a.. a. , . i- a3 A ehy Works .,,?ineer to report monthly! It was ia re reported that a tcieph ne , Xuin tla'aUentnai o f it - 1 ' 1 fie oil j a' I. ' 1 1 e 1 1 -ei s ' oo; i iii llie Wav f,r ;,,,.... .,! v.. :.,; ,,,! i. how niucli city water had heen u-ad fo;-: poie on hap orte lreet stood in the w; I K 1 !..! till .iii.l . .1. I . i"oror, um ne;, o i-oaunua oi cenijiä ; m-a crowati; ami i! at to i , ; T' e m,.,,.., ,,.., .,. a,,- I l:sin- c"uy wate r for other purposes tha I move it a special ordinance was neces- a,,,., ....-..t'.'sZ'. .....vi i'T a r" ' ! i .., , i I'lf. .i ta.t'iiu aüti a.-.-1 ai oieewcr i f. i 'a : ' fni mcy h-t is not it wa a taiare ,aa Mr. the train at t. Joseph i he oal t mitS r-'.aaa d home at v. same as he fore. : - ' 1 "'a"-1 u!:i:i''r a numn-r oi v ars id wka k as i a The superintendent su-sttd that a 'hijamy to move one of its poles. An j proof was "ivcii h'v tiu-in xh.hds ! :. i meter he used, statin-thai oaa could ha; ":uamnce lor ...1 purpose was unified i a, fids veark, fairs. ove:a:,.r 1 ti .v ! ua- . ......... ! . .. 1 A ..1 I I . . -. ... .' ! 1 ....... 1 1 ... I ' fauiivi uu mm) uaSj irnu ami coam i;a . 'O'O ia.ui. ;.aii'u aaa sec:uue',i mat sary nanpellia- the Midland telephone ; Mvi,.( .. l!Ulubvr t( Vt it. t returned at thai time if not satisfactory I tke or in. a-e he pad will make a im; sloe' at their fatal upon its i.assa-ci ortii of tins citv at which thev w.k'tk a Mr. I.. K. Schramm will soon be here; the exact date wo will lot you know later on. lie will display the most gorgeous stock of Ladies' and Children's Garments that tht fashion centers have produced. Heautiful Novelties in appropriate styles and fabrics, possessing more than ordinary skill, workmanship and fit at unquestion ably the very lowest prices. In case you want a garment and simply can not wait, why come in and look our line over. AVill demonstrate more forcibly than over before the pre-eminence of our Cloak and Fur Department. You may s: y another boast, when wo state emphatically that we carry the largest va rieties to be found in the city. Hut this fact can be proven if you will only trouble us to convince you. ea :s an .vaa- erat: I to.- p t iiiCii. o i ne anveii and crates Moved that 1 .lie city treasurer be in-!nVl'r5 earned. moved that tht put in on Adams sdrtet from). Mc Oonald's corner east to the river. Jt was moved and seconded that the street and alley committee he empowered to place tiling en Adams stivet as recom mended, from Michigan street to the Mderm.iu Tihhetts 1 rs. It was movetl by Alderman liaiky j n ii readin-. Carried, Aldmmau ! ,vv thi,v hv::a iN,;u:!ll n.,, and seconded hy Alderman Maxey,t hat j F-yi! ids .'in:: in the nt alive. Tiie J j-,,,.; v iltu,i ,, (ka star White tiioro-ad;- t ho Sil 1 1 Tin! enden f if '.--'..r wm I.-.: !o:':;- ?i; vs (lu-e !? ntMi o - t-,..v. ' . , . ..... i ""'V n-ii.) ' 1-14.' i O' i ( I 1 i. ) ' C 1 y.-it i , and is iii.-ti ucleti to a'et a meter on (rial I - a ;e mm v. as am i mi, Alderman and place it in some position where it ! nokls again voting in the neiadivt can he properly test th Carried. I Thesewer ami dram committ e re- j v, ;;; ;.c. . cloved by Alderman Ueynohls ami ported recommending' that tiling be seconded by Alderman Tibu-tt, that the superintendent r water works be instructed to take such steps, as are nec essary to prevent the Novelty Wtaks from using city water in their boi.ers without the knowledge of the council. lao: at i '. nv .. i ,s ooii v-'-. 1 'a: W!!d tlie the Iraia. His '-d hei'e an i tho Without revealin? Hogue -ms . . i . ti in, ne r at rn o a kite la ar this " akaa to its all . ) i.vd itnt'.dien i ;a e to ah nurclia Tin: i;i"i'i.A.Mi.M(eu r.iii". i Circuit Coiii'i. ia.-..ay w as a busy day with the .1. F. Ayres, of the .Jutland stock t1't',,iil ''";lrL i! ! hig defaail day tle farm, showed some line stock in i'oland I laulLs v,ViV 121 hamerous cases China ho-aand I'ok,l : ii,:k,: . m : V i ';:ial "' " ere entered in His 1'oled Durham ;-.k.ak was i t j-re:- vnl-1 (d by a cow and calf, a yearling heiiVr and. a nobie locking k-ali. lie carried tway hrsl preinnnn on saa.vs nu lcr one the lo!l.) ne. cfnw.i.m t.A iw.i-r.. .!..t ..4 .... move.l 1 ne street, ano ' :v iv ,o. i iw iiwh, lu-miiim-iii atitia - v.... . ,, i,.,, , .. , . on noi 4J..,f : I OI ... . , ! !C. !t !C f OlS !' , Uf, . , .- . v ' : -'e I,,,.; oil so-:v U-IIOlS! luM-is iiivit. ii inen ems are not paul i i ...v , d" the bast k nowu in Marshal! likah th 1'koat vs. dokn I'hi'iips et a!: paititio i. 1 ::,;, ,1. Henry h. Vtavtr vs. John I .'.Jordan; dakame d against lefendant i r . Chicago kkaam ;ci. Ja feudanl f -r .-!. a?. v.-. John Hansen; ,aivait against de- within three ilavs .after nofi- i.-it i i. ' Toss walk acro-s Jefferson sliaet on; w . . , ....... ...v. . :,...,,..--.,...:.. ... . ,i c... 4i... .. .. ii . water will be shut off. Seconded ;uui t"' ast sme i Michigan street, and it r '-"V ; 1 Y . . (u coi e-ork-d i the tile dram umlcrneatli said wa k was 1 4,0 111 ,4"1'-: " jieutic.;. ... . - ,. a .. i Li. ,......,.,.,.,!.. ,.i ; i. . ' '..'hic.h ha'5 hem sold m!o nearlv i-via-v .iuerman iiühetis then moved that v" 1V l" i'-1 11 . i: .. ...... . , l Came VV.t vs. Fa.rrv W-t. ,y,vr,- I the superintet dent of water works b' to one side of its pivscut local ion, ami j ;l li - us e.Xhinns at ; o . j mstructeil to purchase iron j.ipe fr the 1 if n,:t to ri'loVt- ix -"gethcr. ai : iea. j 1;lMS ;ved much j F';7abeth I ( extension of wate, mains on hüvrty The committee appoimed to ii.v,sli. street. Tue mot on was seeo-e'.-il :n,,l e ine assesMtiems nr neja .as anu ! ' .... ... ... u.-. o,..- carried. ! h ar remonstrances on the JelVetsua : ..I.....: '4 0 V ; 1 1 1 1 ii' 1 ilooi 1 . i if Vfi 1 I , o i 1 -i ;. i ii. i f i 1 " . t ..v . . "1 ' th? excellent condition id' stock while! on exhibit which shows the thorough , iC I A 1 1 LA Mi S I'OI.AM !IIXA. ALL ÄRABIN PLYMOUTH. FARMERS, DO YOU WANT CASH ? Then cut your second growth White Ash into bolts and logs and deliver to our laetory. Units cut 1 long, 0 incites in diameter and up, SC SO per cord, hogs cut r. ;,U or HZ feet long, 1- inches in diameter and up ZIH per thousand. Must be straight timber and free from knots. INDIANA NOVELTY M'F'G CO. i HI Of Every Description at Tin; INDEPENDENT OFFICE. t It (KJ IT 20 ;j ro '.IT 1!7 it ;." ö (X) 1 iö i IKJ 2 r,5 :u .7) i no hem II bodes 27 (H) James Cook. 50 Win. Manual 12 00 1 i Jos. hocher. JI. Corbiu. . . hogan l'.ros. IiOgail Urns I,oun I5rs Ira h wer David Sinsler r oo b 00 UertlJushinai) w t this point Alderman JJailev arose and stated t the council that there was a certain business portion of the city wl:ich had been commonly called the Midway, whic'i was gaining a very un savory leptdatiou and that that leimta tion was ivt conhned to our city alone, but was becoming notorious in adjoin ing town, and suggested t hat some thing should be done to abate the nuisance said to be there, and lind out whether our police department was md sullicient to cope with the trouble or whether they v.eie t blame for the matter existing as it docs. Ahleunan Maxey moved that wh n the council adjourned it adjourn to meet next Monday night to continue the work of revising of ordinances and that the police of the city be requested to be present far investigation of the Mill way trouble. Carried. Council then ajourned. ..a a .a. Straus tiros. A: Co. vs. John ihsher; III, T 1 1 t! fr i M 'tr . I l . i . . . . 1 .. .-. - l'" ", -.o ... i;-it ii'iaiiL .lohn A. Mcl' Irland justly paides i for .-I'j:j.T". himsea t-n being the. pioneer LeieJec of! John ..i. Ke.'itr vs. Ilosea S. T.'iomp- i o.aiat v .una nogs m Alarsaali county i son; on note. Judgment against de- aud that he has watched and taken ail vantage of every point that could be Sigmund Maver h.ere appeared before : n'vi ll;itl Vtllow river sewer ma-.li .1 . . . . . ill.... I . . ... . 1 I . .. 11 I : I me council and staled that theStamlard u;i 44 -vaieuuau j 10 i - - iJua nit -uts Oil Co. were ready to build an oil tank btlts una "'ded byAldeiman .Maxey j 7 , "Ul; l'M'v j on the Uissell rojerty in the m,:-. that ihe city attorney be inst:aa-!id to 1 "ttH'k !;iLt u':- j west part of the city and that the oil uratt l'l i-r resolutions o refer ii;e would be distributed about the city by ' ,lultter back io the original sewir coin- tank wagons, thus doing away with j hiissieiiers for iliin.aJjtistmjii!. Carried the dangerous system now in Vogte, t f having barrels of oil distributed about and standing in the rear of stores all over town, and that ihey brought the matter before the council simply that it might be understood, and no objec tions made hereafter. The council as sented that it would be a good thing for the city and Mr. Mayer rallied. A statement of the amount duo the library fund was presented, and on mo tion of Alderman Tibbtks the clerk was authorized to draw his warrant for S2IJ.22 in favor of the school truotees, that being the amount tine. The committee on accounts reported the following bills and recommended their payment: J. V. Astley & .Son ss i:; Clinton Paving & l!!dg. llriek Co. öl Id Ihn Fetters 1'Iymouth Democrat itobert McKague F. II. Kulm.. Isaac lleslar Stauda. d Oil Co I). McDonald & Co Underwood 4c Walls Oliver Itosenbury h. Tanner J.C.i hitler J. W. 1 1 ess W. F. Hey iiolds Win. Sithlall ker and J h;ad A. Wlutaker; on note. igain.-t defendants for la.uisa Whalev. fendaia kv .'."s.Sd. Myrtle k i a tldrklge vs. William F. uted lor the improvement cd tue breed, i Doddridge. Divorce l plaintiff, is amply evidenced by the leads he has j saraus Ikes. lv C .. vs. John Y. Cie; shown at a number of fairs this year. on tit.!es. Ju igaa-al again-t lefendant He captured a number of p:va lams ai ! ;..r ' the fair here ami elsewhere before en-1 iit -m v Whak v tering the list in strong coiape, ii ion at Div-.;c" plain-!: Fourbon, where he won j at iniams u ' Fak.-a Md:a thtu-oiighluetl I'oland Chii a :io,k as! i .: . .. . . follows: 1st, on yeariing maka 2d en ! mor! ga--e. six months old male. 2d u male uath r six montha, 1st and 2d oh yea: hag saws, 2d on six months oi l sow s. haLmt for ;.:d: :;.'. i. h'ol a'e an. Ketchi.auk Wihouvs Fold. McCance; o;. avo.::;t. Ji.dahA a', against deh nd- sti k to it llojs. Two jaities called into Justice Ilecves ollice the other l ty and made a statement similar to this "You see Mr. Ueeves we want to quit drinking and to make our words good we wish to make an affidavit to that effect. The alhdavit was forthw ith drawn up and duly sworn to and the young men de parted. In about a half hour after tliis one of them was seen in a con dition that would indicate that ho was in a highly exhilaratetl condition of min 1 but whether it was from joy over the vow he hail taken orother iulluence deponent tayelh not. No 2 no doubt w ill keep his worth Iii. I.al t -siKns. Tin: IxDKp.NKOK.NT has received tiie very latest designs in wedding invita tions, programs of all description, visit ing cards, and also :i lino of engraved curd samples. We are prepared lo give tho lowest prices on this lino of joints that can be secured in tlie city. and 2d on sow s under six months old, 1st on sow and pigs. Mr. MeFarland has given the breeding of swine a most careful ami exhaustive study and he is now reaping a most liberal reward in such strings of premiums as above shone. stau rik( i: macjiim:. The Star Woven Wire Fence Ma chine, as exhibted at the fair, is one of the most ingenious and practical fence making machines yet offered to practi cal fence builders anywhere. About this fence the Ureeder's (la.ette has said; "The manufacturers claim to bo able to sell a machine and enough w be to make 100 rods of thclxst woven w ire fence on earth, horse high, bull strong and pig tight, '"or the same money that w ill buy 100 rods of any good woven wire fence on the market. In the one case you have the fence alone. In the other you have not only the fence but a machine w hich enables you to be your own fence manufacturer and with which ym can make over fifty different styles including several kintls of orna mental yard or lawn fences.'' The machine, is manufactured by Kitsclinait JJros., Hidgcville, Ind., whoso sales record fully substantiates all thev claim for it. State ex rel Jennie Horner vs. Willis Thornbiirg; bastary. Cause dismissed. Swift : Co. vs. Henry Schultheiss and James Schultheis; on account. Judg ment against defendants for 201.7. (Irace Sutherliue vs. Oscar Sutherline et al; partition. D. F. Snytler appointed a commissioner to sell land. John Fou-rvs. hevi N. Anders; de cree quieting title to real estate in plaintiff. John T. Horn vs. C. F. Shoemaker, guardian of Christena Horn; on account. Judgment against defendant for 1200. San ford F. J; cox and C. F. Thorn burg were appointed as members of the grand jury to take the places of hevi Fisher and John A. Corbaley, excused. Ira ho wer has heen appointed grand jury bailiff and John C. Capron is ollicial short hand reporter for the term. This morning was devoted to the set ting of cases for trial. The time of tlie circuit curt has been occupied today in making up issues. Hon. A. th Wood, of Warsaw, will preside as special judge tomorrow on tlie trial of the Uennctt-Craig case.