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Indianapolis Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 7, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana A number american court press association established sept 3, 1895. The daily reporter Indianapolis. Pii Blush de Dally except sunday the reporter publishing . Jimi. T Klott. Jr., business mgr. Bot i �4. Fitzgerald bldg. The daily reporter Friday september 7, 1900records of the courts. American surety ., i a of subscription. Bya a to in City 10 cents per week. By i invariably payable in and Rance of t the rate of $5 per year. Entered Al the Post office at Indianapolis. Ind., As a newspaper and admitted to the mails As second class matter. Subscribers not receiving their paper regularly Are expected to notify the office. _ i the publication or All Legal notices in Tok daily reporter has been defined the supreme court of Indiana to in full compliance with the Law. 143 ind. 584. For Sale. Foe. Sale new Remington typewriter and desk in use Only a new months at a great bargain 75. Address y1533 Ash St., Indianapolis ind. For Sale a Large fire and burglar proof Safe. Address "y.,&Quot 1533 Ash St., Indianapolis ind. Wanted Law student and apply at 9�7 Law building. Clerk. Court notes Robert Mcbride Caleb s. Denny and William Aydelotte have formed a partnership for the practice of Law. They Are located at rooms 55-58 Fitzgerald building. United states courts judge Woods new York. Judge Baker Wisconsin. Circuit court minutes. None. None. Neny. None. None. None. New suits District court minutes new suits bankruptcy Rii nutes a a a new suits a a preme court chief Baker associate justices hons. Alexander Bowling Leander Monk James a Jordan John v. Hadley. Decisions court adjourned to 0�t suits 3555. Monroe i Union Telegraph . Is. Mary Adorns. Record. Assignment of errors. Application for supersedes. Supersedes Brief 8. Supersedes. Bond. Notice. Chambers Pickens amp Moores Louden amp Louden attorneys for Appellant . Martini attorney for Appellee,0/-a arguments Hrc Uit court room 3 60991. Jas. Daugherty is. Indianapolis St. By. . Damages $5,000. Clay Allen. G0994. John Heaton is. James Tyre it Al. Replevin. A. Leck Lider. Justices of the peace. None de Cross com f�ore3 in the City thursday up to 5 0 M., none. R of Nicast. Codler fair weather to Day. Marriage Pucens is Frantz. Samuel j., and Ella l Weber Turk Frank j., and Mary Griffith. Cherry Lii hard a. And Violet Joiner pedal of amps w., and Gussie Shep hard. Montgomery Logan and Jennie Hargraves. Linch Martin and Ella Mayes. I Corpora hons non. Rulings Rii nutes issus. Allen s. City of fort Wayne is. Brown admrx., Etc. Reply to Appellant s supplementary Brief. 19201. Boone �?c., c., Amp St. By. . Is. Heine adm. Appellee s printed Brief 5. 19022. Marion s. Indianapolis Gas . Is. Beard. Appellant s dismissal. New suits 194t-l. Tipton . E. Amp 11. R. . Is. Martha Blessing. Record. Assignment of errors. In term. Bond. John Cockrum Geo. Shirts and R. Fertig attorneys for Appellant Mount attorney for Appellee. None. Henry Clay Allen. Judge. Rii nutes 10437. Williams is. Williams Pendant Fik answer and plaint. 10393. Mcdonald is. Mcdonald it Al. Defendants Mcmenoman file joint and separate answer s. James Mcdonald files separate answer. Rule to reply. 9845. Wiggins Ston is. Kersey it Al. Deposition of Stella Andrews published on motion of defendant. A probate hatters. Rozier George h., estate. Administrator files petition to sell personal property. Granted de Long James estate. James Christian guardian and item files answer. Ism. E. De Long flies answer. We. Smith guardian files answer. Superior court room 1 Hon. John Mcmasier. Judge. Court adjourned to sept. 17, 1900. Rii nutes nothing. A. Of Kitian rusher George Hanna executor rent $14. Glenn Els Worth Jeanetta Hadley rent $30. None. Judge cents. A. Necker soil. Winkley ., . Ward rent $18. Long Charles Tomlinson rent $22. none. None. None. Smock. contractors. A bookkeepers. I court Bonds. X to both phones 357. I Bonos Dumisi will a i 2 Lei Ricke a Ull Dlin V. Clark agent and ass t Sec a i real estate Trail seers mortgages Etc. Recorder s office record of items As printed below Are Given just As they Are furnished us from the Public records and does not necessarily affect the business or financial standing of the parties mentioned and any explanation of any of the items that May appear from time to time shall plea sed to publish at the request of the parties interested. Instruments filed in the office sept. 6, up to 5 17 deeds with a total of.$21,251.82 room 2 Hon. Jamb Leathers Jav do a minutes nothing. Appellate court the Gigli Couri of the Independent order of forester s of America. Valparaiso. . Harmon fro Muth 11. Kluin t. A Hall it us. 1004 laniifactu2-ers and Oil ., a City. Capital Stock $10,000. J Thompson A. Allison I i hard it Al. 1004�?24. Chief d. A Obinson associate judges hons. William Henley James Black Daniel Comstock Ulric z. Wiley. Births. It Jse and Chas. Halblieb 738 Elm St girl. Fannie Ami Frank Peggs Ottille and Otto Ehrgott 517 n. East St., boy. Nora and Thomas o icon Nell 720 s. Missouri St., boy. Mai a and Thompson 834 Mulberry St., boy. Minnie and Frank Alexander 1117 Seventeenth St., girl. Mary and . Withem 1607 Cornell ave., boy. Lydia and Martin this 1856 Shelby St., boy. Lilly and E. Gray 613 s. Pennsylvania St., girl. Katy and de Campbell. 2401 Lawrence St., girl. Maggie and de Musser 102 Raymond St., boy. Maria and John Peelle 3630 Kenwood ave., girl. Mabel and Miles v. Moore 1334 n. Illinois St., girl. Lizzie and Edward Rafert 231 k. Merrill St., girl. None. Decisions Adjo mad to october Rulings Rii nutes Grant it Al. Is. By. Notice and oof of service to App ant. Room Hon. Vinson Carter. Judy a. Court adjourned to sept. 17, 1900. Rii nutes nothing. Bissell Frank p., David Patterson rent $40. Pickett Annie Mary White rent $10. White Lillie Eli Lilly amp . Rent. $5. Tompkins Wash a. Patterson rent 550. Crouch Anna m., Julius Haag rent. $2.50. A a a Indianapolis St. By. ., favor major Allen for $40. New suits circuit court 10515. Thirsa d. Wooley it Al. Is Mary Morgan it Al. Contest of will. Groninger amp Groninger. 10516. Nancy ltntif5 is. Milt Nii t. Morris. . Dow int. 60992. Auer i Myers. 6099. Youns aver i 1 Superior court room i a Iii i Ltd. In is. Jos. Ber a. Ai a panic s Lien. A. A. T1. B. Stout \7each, Ufary a., Jas. Barnett nit $10. I european medical ., l printing . On account $5. Judgments. Frank it mril ivern Frank it Al., Dickey son $10. Favor a Nival let an . To Iii Iii sure. Is. Chas. Chas. E. S Wick Iron building permits James Shea Frame House 820 College ave., $950. W Johnson Coal House 1132 Reis Ner St., $30. A. Calvelage barn. King ave. And Calvelage St., $400. A. E. And a. Eishel addition 508 Thirtieth St., $400. Craig cottage Missouri and fourteenth sts., $375. Craig cottage Missouri and fourteenth sts., $375. Craig cottages Missouri and fourteenth sts., $900. G. Duvall barn 1607 Hoyt ave., $213. Removals death returns Sexton Elizabeth a. 1830 Central ave. Cork Annie Ludlow ave. And Valley drive. Loder Lucile 610 Huron St. Avery Guy c., 1029 Market St. Peele infant 3630 Kenwood ave. Thomas . H., 125 s. West St. Mede Wall infant 912 Germania St. Moore Mollie 1215 Swift St. Williamson Sarah g., Valley Mills. Funeral directors Tutewiler amp son. 129-133 West Market Street. Both phones office 216 residence 441. Frank a. Blanchard. Under Tanker. N k. Cor. Neui Ware in a Ohio St.s., old Aiice a Civ p i Moh i. Lady attendant a Complete list of removals furnished the rental agents and Transfer companies of Indianapolis up to 4 Thursday. Room 2 60990. L .1. Robison is. Chas. E. A in. Fat or amp Denny. 60993. Indiana ins. Ico. Is. Barzilla Richardson it Al. On Clifford Browder to Moffiett. Cost Survis Egton. 1. F., Pill rent $55. Thomas c., sinker Davis i of int $24. Fiji wins a Zoller rent i Cen Quot Lark. Eliza a., Isaac Hays rest. .$30. Faulkner Jihn . Reeder rent $14. I ii Rop Stilwell Matilda c., it Al., to Christian Pothast lot 9, Hus Iton s sub. Highland Park a. 500.00 Lange Edward f., to Oscar Colgrove it us. Lot 93 and it. Lot 92, Ogle it Al s East Park . 1,500.00 Miller Hiram w., to Eliza Patrick lot 73, Marion Park a. 1,600.00 Edwards. Alice to . Boyd it. Lot 3, Burton amp Campbell s Park Placo . 1,800.00 Armstrong Edwin j., to Barbara Goetz lots 63 and 64, Keystone Park a. 1,100.00 Morris Elizabeth a., to Lena Schier lot 11, Vajen s South Brookside . 500.00 Bufkin Samuel it ux., to Martha I Hungerford lot 11, so. .5, North inti Anapolis a. 1,000.00 Chevalier. Percy r., to Albert Jones lots 1, a 9 and 10. So. 2, Hacker s sub., o. 9, West White River a. 1,000.00 Gunther Chas. W., to John Kealing it. Lot 17, Robson amp Voorhees . 900.00 to. The Sheppard St. Christian Church. West Indianapolis to Ester a Ysabell Hajj Gard lot 25, resin i s 2d West Indianapolis aug. 5, 1900 5 years at 6 per cent. 700.00 Beyer Chas. T., to state life ins. . Lots 2, i 4, 5 and 6, Fawk Ner s sub., o. 2, City of Indianapolis also it. Lot 8, Wood s sub., o. 2, City of Indianapolis sept. 5, 1900 5 years at 5 per cent. 4,000.00 Hull Jane to Elnora Griffith lot 1, Prendergast s Baughville sub. Sept. 1, 1900 2 years at 6 per cent. 1,400.00 Harper . L., to William Zumpfe lot 507, Mccarty s 11th West Side add. Aug. 18, 1900 3 years at 7 per cent. 100.00 Hartman Chas. C., to Center Amp Assn. The undivided 1-15 int. Lot 6 and it. Lot 5, Seiden sticker s sub., o. 15, City of Indianapolis sept. 5, 1900 shares. 300.00 Shattuck Chas. M., to the Advance s. Amp Assn. Lot 24, Headland grand View add. Sept. 1, 1900 shares. 2,200.00 Pasch August to the Advance. Amp Assn. Lot 63, Kappes amp Frank s sub. Sept. 6, 1900 shares. 2co.oo Elba six 13 releases with a total of Lunkins William for. A it a Reeves R. 297, 109. Graves Thos. S., for. Louii Butler gun. R. 297, Dildine Bert b., for. Union to ., to. R. 279, 476. Hartman C., for. D it Al. R. 371, 121. Fink John h., for. Celtic s. Assn., no. 3 R. 28p Fink John h., for. Celtic Assn., no. 3 R. 331, a a Clear Ellen for. Celtic s. X assn., no. 3 R. 314, La. Kinney floras e., for. Trust ., to. R. 343,. Ii ,0it,00 to 220.00 11 u $4.40-Cin Ignati is i return via c., Amp d. By. Account fall festival ticket. Sold Seizu. T9 to 29 final return limit Keiit. $8.3 v -r,.unr trip�?$3.30. On sept. 19, 21, 4, 26, 28, Good returning Day foil Wing. First class trains on fast scat Dules at convenient hours. Tickets at Union station and 25 Washington St. R. P. Alged d. P. A. 1208 neatest tie p o s s i i e with the Lay Down collars made of silk Natte plaids or printed foulard = 25c of armure Silks embroidered or roman striped Surah = 50c at the Purn Shine counter just inside the door. Ayres amp . Josephine Cunningham from Yandes St. To 1631 Yandeau St. Anderson from 624 Nineteenth St. To 1046 Virginia ave. B. Henderson from 926 Dougherty St. To 1040 Hosbrook St. Russell Clark from 1309 Sheffield ave. 1605 Morris St. Samuel Rose from 18 Arizona St. To 914 s. West St. John O Sullivan from 1012 Harrison St. To 201 s. Davidson St. Somerville from 610 Tenth St. To 518 Tenth St. Mrs. E. White from 926 n. Illinois St. To 4321/2 n. California St. Leonard from 728 n. No ble St. To 807 Bates St. Mrs. E. Heller from 1709 Ash St. To 2020 Ash St. D. Ebey from 737 Fletcher ave. To 1825 Prospect St. Pike amp Hoadley. From Louisville . 237 n. Pennsylvania St. A. Wells from Oakford ind., to 1114 Leisner St. S Amuel Strieker from 811 Maple St. To 30 Miley ave. $1.25-c1ncnnati and return�?$1.25. Via c., 1-1. Amp a. Sunday sept. 9. Two special fast trains the first will leave at i 0 a. M., Makini no local stops the second will leave at. 7 15 a. M., stopping at Rushville Conn Criville and Hamilton. Leave Cincinnati returning 0 30 For tickets and def Ailea int mation Call at Union station or 25 Washington St. R. P. Algeo d. P. A. The killing of a trespassing dog is held in i Lorles is. Causey miss 48 R. A. 95. Not to justified the fact that the owner had been previously notified to keep the dog off the premises. The Drovis Lon of a penalty for violation of a statute enjoining upon Railroad companies the duty of blocking switches is held. In Narramore is. Cleveland c., Amp St. R. R. . A. 6th a 48 R. A. 68, not to make that remedy exclusive of actions persons injured the neglect of the duty imposed unless such is the intent to inferred from the whole Purview of the statute. With this Case is a note reviewing the authorities on the liability of an employer for injuries to Sei vants caused want of blocking at switches. Nor Thern Michigan so of present blk inauguration of to tag Superb summer service of the R. &1. And to connections. From Indiana Perlis through Mackinaw Sleeper leaves daily at 7 10 A. Via Pennsylvania lines connecting at Richmond with the nor Wand express a solid Vestibule train with sleeping car and cafe car comforts reaching Petos key the following morning and Mackinaw at noon. Corresponding through service returning leaves Mackinaw 1/p. A. Arrives Indianapolis 6 30 a. Tourist tickets at very Low rates now on Sale Good returning until october 31, to Petoskey Macknac Island and All the principal resorts in that Region. Fetid for illustrated folder. Address Richardson d. P. A., Indiana poll or Lockwood general passenger agent R. Amp i. Ry., grand rapids Mich. A publication in Church papers the officers of a Church As to the result of their inquiry As to the fitness of their pastor for his office is held in Redgate is. Roush Kan 48 R. A. 236, to a privileged commit cation when it is made in a Good Faith with occasion for the publication. The liability of a Railroad company for the loss of a Sample trunk As freight is upheld in Trimble is. New York Amp R. R. . N. A 48 R. A. 115, where it was checked without any misrepresentation or any release of liability on payment of a charge for excess baggage the same As if it were Ordinary baggage and the baggage Man had constructive notice of the character of the trunk although there was a Rule of the company which prohibited checking such trunks without a release of liability. An ordinance the Sale of any meats fish or other provisions or any intoxicating liquors in any place of business where dry goods cloth and other specified goods Are sold is held. In Chicago is. Netcher 111. 48 R. A. 261, to in violation of the constitutional guaranties of Liberty and the Protection of property and not a valid exercise of the police Power. With this Case is a note on Legal restrictions upon department stores. One who solicits orders for a firm having a permanent place of business in a state without carrying any goods except those which have been previously ordered his customers or exposing any goods for Sale is held in state is. Wells n. A 48 R. A. 99, not to doing Quot business As a Hawker or peddle Quot nor Quot exposing for Sale or within the meaning of a statute requiring paddlers to licensed. Aus T ?.jlinson lot Grove . Dildine Isert b., to Josephine. David lot 39 and it. Lot 40, Hall place. 3.000.00 Jvn viz16 mortgages with a total of.$15,559.30 / / an ordinance requiring a License for the Sale of cigarettes is held. In gun doing is. Chicago 111. 48 R. A. 230, to a valid exercise of the police Power and not in violation of the provisions As to due process of Law or any other guaranty of rights. The Sale of goods received on consignment Wren made on the same Day the goods were received As part of the Sale of the entire Stock fixtures Good will and business is held in Romeo is. Martucci Conn 47 R. A. 601, to outside the scope of the consignee s authority and insufficient to pass title even to an innocent purchaser. An extraordinary Case is that of Allaire is. St. Luke s Hospital 111. 48 A. A. 225, in which the right of a person Ito maintain an action for personal injuries sustained him before birth la Deal eel a signature to a paper Mark made a person for the purpose of identifying himself As a party thereto is held in Finley is. Prescott wis 47 R. A. 695, sufficient to constitute a Good signature at common Law without any attestation thereof a subscribing witness. An equitable title with the full right to Call for the Legal title la held in Russell is. Meyer n. A 47 R. A. 637, to sufficient to sustain an action against a trespasser. A note to this Case collects the authorities on sufficiency of equitable title to sustain action for trespass to land. A statute requiring Railroad companies to furnish free transportation to shippers of Stock in certain cases is held unconstitutional in Atchison t. Amp s. R. . Is. Campbell Kan 48 R. A. 251, on the ground that it constitutes a deprivation of property without due process of Law and a denial of the equal Protection of the lavs. The Power of the Legi Louture to require Bart ers to of stain a certificate of registration before carrying on their business is upheld in state is. Zeno Minn 48 a. R. A. 88, As a valid exercise of the police Power to protect health. A withdrawal of the funds of a corporation from a Bank that is about 1 to fail upon a Check the president of the coi portion although was also n director of the Bank and his Knowles o of its condition was acquired him such director is held in o Biden is. East River Bridge . N. A 48 a A. 122, to valid and not to violate the statutory prohibition of Transfer s any insolvent Bank or officer thereof with intent to prefer a creditor. Lunkins ., to Indiana s. Amp l . Lot 73, Clifford place Siept. 6, 1900 shares. Dynes Sarah a., to Cynthia Dynes lot 11, blk. 5, Louthain amp s s. E. Add. May 19, 1900 2 years at 6 per cent. Boyd . H., to Alice Edwards it. Lot 3, Burton amp Campbell s Park place add. Sept. 1, 1900 1 year at per cent. Schott. Charlese. To new Progress bldg. Assn. Lot 63, Traub s West add. Aug. 2. 1900 shares. Kramer Maria to Christina Resener it. Lots 220 and 221, Allen amp Root s North add. Sept. 1. 1.900 3 Yeai sat 5 per cent. Bufkin Samuel it ux., to the Geist i mis Quot. . Hit. 11, so. 5. North Indianapolis sept. 3, 1900, to oct. 1, 1901. At 8 per cent.�. Mcguire. Newton j., to Chas. B. Fletcher to. Lot 3, Boswell amp Fleming s Grandview add. Aug. 15, 1900 5 Yeai sat i per cent Carpenter. Sarali m., to Charles Reynolds i Al. Pilot 4s, Ridenour s revised and extended add. Aug. 27, 1900, at g per cent. Has Gard Kilei a. To lot 2reisner s 2d West Fndia Naples sub. Sept. 3, 1900 1 year at per cent. Carr Annie l., to Emily Poole lot 19, South Brookside add. 350.00 25.00 1,100.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 414 n. Lilac Foi Strain Lewis to chairs Delaware Mclaughlin Harv to Chas. G. Grah chair mar or Etc., Bridgeport. Graf Otto to a. Bartholomew chairs cases Etc., 4�i Blake St.47.00 90.00 chattel releases 7 chattel releases with a total of.?1,41 1.75 Childers Harry r., to E. Boyd R. 116, 520. Grant n. C., for. E. Bold at R. A 8.connel Chas., it Al., for. . Boyd at. R. 113, 2. Poullain H., for. E. Boyd R. 112, 58. Patterson John h., for. E. Boyd at. R. 113 a. 2. Ries Christian for. Indiana Lis brewing . R. 88, 183. Hilgemeier c., for. G. Meyer R. 82, 297. I i a 5 liens with a total of. 78. A it 60.00 20.25 62.50 26.25 300.00 800.00 .$433.85 Wright Adaline c., it Al., the Cruse Shea . Boiler engine 234. .0 Etc. Also lot 24, Robbon amp Voorhees add. Olcott Charles a., it Al., John it. Johnson lot 184, Black s ad-1.400.00 sub. Pleasant View add., Irvington. Christian A., it Al., John I Johnson lots so is and s2, a Ginnis 2d sub., Hanna s heirs 350.00 i add. Elliott Robert Indianapolis i paint and color . Lot 133 mor ton place. 200.00 Rochow k. J., Indianapolis i paint and color . Lots 124 and i 125, pa.rk117.s5 32.50 4.50 159.00 120.00 the right to plead inconsistent defences is denied in Seattle Nat. Bank is. Jones Wash 48 R. A. 177, when the defences Are so inconsistent that the admission of the truth of one necessarily proves the falsity of the other. With this Case is a very extensive note reviewing the great number of cases on the right to plead inconsistent defences. Property abutting on a previously opened portion of a Street constituting a Cul de Sac is held in Orkney Street a 48 R. A. 274, not to subject to Asse sment for benefits to pay the costs of an Extension which will convert the Cul de Sac into an open Street As the owners of the property have already paid their full share dedication or otherwise of the cast of the orig Nail improvement. When you think of Job printing think of the daily reporter. We to outfit that will turn a at anything in Imp in Jato. One who is constructing a Wall which Falls and injuries a person lawfully on thit i held in Dettmering is. I or a Lisle. .1 1 is i. Ii. 106, to liable for the injury unless had taken reasonable care to construct the Wall so that it should not fall. A person starting to Cross a Railroad track but prevented from doing so a train who on finding that the safety Gates have been closed takes a dangerous position disregards a Call to get Back and resists the Gateman s efforts to remove him to a Safe place. Is held in Mcannally is. Pennsylvania . A 47 R. A. 788, not to have any right to recover from the Railroad company for being thrown Down in the tussle in consequence of which his leg is Cut off the train since the proximate cause of the Accident was his resistance to the Effort to save him. A selection of the exempted property which is allowed to the head of a family is held in Ecker is. Lindskog s. A 48 R. A. 155, to properly made the wife when the husband is incompetent to make it because of insanity although most of the property belonged to him. The duty of a Street railway imposed its franchise from a certain town to sell tickets in quantities at reduced rates on each car from that town to a neighbouring City is held in Rice is. Detroit. Y. Amp a. A. By. Ivisich 48 R. A. 84, to extend to a passenger who gets on the car and offers to but such tickets at a Point outside Tihe town. A Camp meeting association which has made perpetual leases of cottages on its grounds without any restrictions except that they Are Quot subject to such rules and regulations As association May from time to time adopt Quot and which also owns a store on the grounds which it has leased for a rental is held in Northport Wesleyan Grove Camp meeting association is. Perkins 48 R. A. 272, to have no Power to impose a Revenue tax on the business of taking orders for i Uit groceries and provisions from cottagers upon the grounds of the association. An estate entire ties and not one of joint tenancy. Is held in i Simons is. Bol linger ind 48 R. A. �234. To created a deed made to husband and wife Quot jointly Quot and the word Quot jointly Quot is construed As Surplusage. /

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