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January 7th 1895
Be it rememebred that the Town Board of the Town of Marmont met on the the day of January 1895 at 7 P.M. Present John W. Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn

The following petition was presented and read.
    Whereas the Town of Marmont was incorporated on the 5th day of July 1894, and in order to carry into effect such incorporation and to conduct the governement of said town, it has become neccessary to raise the sum of Four hundred dollars. and,

    Whereas some doubt exists as to the power of the Board to make an immediate levy of taxation on the taxable property within the limits of said town.

    Therefore, we the undersigned being a majority of the resident tax payers of said town owning real estate therein petition the Board of Trustees of said town to negotiate a loan for said town of the sum of Four hundred Dollars due and payable in Four years from the date, at the best rate possible for them to secure the same.
    Henry Overman
    H. M. SpeyerJohn W. SouderJames H CastlemanFred L Carl
    W. S. EasterdayHenry ZechielUrias MenserOliver Morris
    D. S. Walter Oscar R PorterJ. F. KoontzNathaniel Gandy
    J. H. KoontzJohn ZechielD. E. Zechiel M. F. Mosher
    Thomas MedbournSam E MedbournGeo W. VooriesJohn W. Quick
    John OsbornB. B. YoungB. W. S. WisemanH. V. Shae
    Jacob SnyderGeorge W. GroveJacob KoontzW C. Foss
    Mrs. Margaret W MorrisMrs. R. K. LordMrs K. A. WalterC. L. Vanshoiack
    E. B. VanschoiackMargaret Jane BradleyE. W. GeislemanJohn Medbourn
    Mary E MedbournMrs Ester (her mark) MedbournSusan Davis
    Elizabeth DuddlesonSarah E GandyMary R ReedMrs. E Duddleson
    Jacob Patsel


    State of Indiana, Marshall County S.S.

    Henry M. Speyer being duly sworn on his oath says that the signatures to the attached petition are genuine and that there are attached to said petition the signatures of the majority of the resident owners of taxable real estate in the town of Marmont, Indiana and further he saith not.
    Henry M. Speyer
    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st Day of December 1894
    Oliver Morris, Justice of the Peace

    And be it further remembered that the following resolution was presented and read by Marcus F. Mosher.

    Where as it appears by petition duly verified as by law provdided and signed by the majoirty of the resident free holders of the town of Marmont Indiana that authority is given to the trustees of said town to negoiate a laon of Four Hundred Dollars:

    Therefore be it resolved by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Marmont Indiana that the clerk of said town be and is hereby authorized to negotiate a loan for said sum of Four Hundred Dollars due at four years at the lowest rate of interest he can obtain the same for and that this Board be said above provided
    Marcus F Mosher Trustee
and it was moved by said Mosher which motion was seconded by Samuel E Medbourn that said resolution be passed and adopted as read. The yaes and nays were taken on said motion. Trustee Mosher and Medborn voting in the affirmative and the President John W. Souder declared said motion carried and said resulution adopted and the clerk was ordered to negotiate said loan in conformity with said motion

And be it further rememeberd that the following petition was presented by the school Trustees of the Town of Marmont.
    Marmont Ind. Jan 7th 1895
    To the Trustees of the Incorporated town of Marmont Indiana

    We the School Trustees of said incorportation do hereby file with you the following statements

    1st That in our opinion it is desireable and necessary for the educational intersest of Marmont to have erected a shool building to accomodate those of our pupils who desire to pursue the higher branches after grauating in the common branches as termed in our public schools and so that the grades may be better accomodated with room

    2nd The present building being in our opinion insufficient for the demands now existing our duty in thes reagard is lain down in Sec. 4497 Notes 1 and 2 also Sec 4491 Ind. School law (1894). And further more in as much as the financial condition of the town demands economy in expenditures and as
    it will be for the best interests of our schools we desire to establish a joint grade school with Union Township as provided for in Sec. 4446 Indiana School law.

    The Trustee of Union Township having signified by approval of said joint grade school.

    We have estiomated the cost of said building to be $2000.00 , $1000.00 to be paid by each corportation.

    Before making building contract with said township trustee of a contract or arranging for joint ownershio of suitable grounds for such building as directed in sec 4446 Indiana School law.

    We submit this statement to you for your approval as directed by law sec 4491. We also ask that you guarantee to us that bonds shalll be issued for said amount and such purposes as above names as provided in Art 6 Sec 4488.

    Signed this 7 day of Jan 1895
    O. A. Rea, Pres
    George W Garn, Treas
    E. B. Vanshoiack, Sec.


On motion of Marcus F Mosher which motion was duly seconded by Samuel E Medbourn the above petition was approved and the Presdient John W Souder directed the school trustees to proceed with the work. The board guaranteeing the issue of the bonds for the purpose as above stated
and be it further remembered that Thomas Medbourn a resident of the Town of Marmont was duly appointed by said Board as secretary of the Board of Health for said town to serve until his seccessor is elected and qualified, the salary of said Medbourn to be $12.00 per annum.

    Marmont Indiana
    January 8th 1895
    This is to certify that Thomas Medbourn was on the 7th day of January 1895 duly appointed secretary of the Board of Health of the Town of Marmont Indiana by the Board of Trustees of said Town to have and to hold said office until his successor is appointed and qualified. John W. Souder President
    Attest F. L. Carl Clerk

    State of Indiana, Marshall county, S.S.
    Thomas Medbourn being duly sworn upon his oath says he will uphold the Constitution of the United States and the Consititution of the State of Indiana and that he will honestly faithfully and impartially discharge his duties as secretary of the Board of Health of the Town of Marmont Indiana according to law and to the best of his ability so help him God.
    Thomas Medbourn

    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28 day of February (january crossed out) 1895
And be it further remembered that the following bill was the presented
    Marmont Indiana
    Jan 7th 1895
    Town of Marmont Dr to F. L Carl
    Postage Stamps$0.30
    Sept 20th car fare    .55
    dinner    .25
    Oct 12th car fare    .55
    dinner    .25
    Dec 12th Car Far    .55
    total$2.45


    On motion by Marcus F. Mosher which motion was duly seconded and carried the above biill was allowed

    And be it further remembered that for the benefit of parties desireing to build side walks the Board decided that all board walks should be 6 ft. wide of sound white oak timber each plank to be 1 1/4 inches thick by 6 inches wide and dressed on one side, to be supported by 4 stringers each 2X4 inches and of sound white oak timber.

    And be it further remembered that that the Board of Trustees instructed the clerk to draw the orders for the salaries of of the different officers of the town.

    F. L Carl, Clerk

    John W. Souder Pres.
March 4th 1895
Be it remembered that the Town Board of the Town of Marmont met of the 4th day of March 1895 at 7 P.M. Present John W. Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E. Medbourn.

The following bills were presented and read.

Marmont Ind.
February 13th 1895
Town of Marmont Dr. to Urias Menser
Nov 26th 1894to pipe$1.10
   " 29th     " 1 Share    .50
   "  30th    " 8# 40d. h. nails    .20
Dec  3       " 1# 20d  "   "      .03
Dec 20      " 8# 20d  "   "       .20
$2.03


Motion made by Marcus F Mosher that said bill be allowed and an order drawn for that amount which motion was duly seconded and carried

Marmont Jan 16th 1895
To Common Council to Geo. Nearpass Dr. for printing 500 receipts for Marshall Gandy $2.00

On motion which was duly deconded the above bill was allowed and the clerk was instructed to draw an order for that amount.

And be it remembered that the following report was present and read
    Comes now F. L. Carl Clerk of the Town of Marmont and for his report in and concerning the negotiation of a loan of Four hundred Dollars for said Town of Marmont as heretofore directed and authorized by the Board of Trustees, says that he negotiated a laon for the sum of Four Hundred Dollars at the rate of eight per cent

    per annum from date, that beinf the best rate of interest that he could get and presnted a note to the Board of Trustees a copy of which is as follows.
      Marmont, Ind. Feb 25th 1895
      Four years after date the Town of Marmont, Indiana promises to pay to the First National Bank of Marshall County, or order the sum of Four Hundred Dollars value received without releif from valuation and appraisement laws and with interest rate of 8 percent per annum from date payable annually and attorney's fees. Privilege is given to pay not less than $50.00 per annum to be applied on the principal of this note. The Town of Marmont by
      John W. Souder  }
      Sam E Medbourn} Trustees
      M. F. Mosher       }
      Attest F. L. Carl, Clerk


    That said note was duly signed by the members of said Board as appears by said copy and he procured the sum of Four hundred Dollars from the First National Bank of Marshall County and deposited the same to the credit of the Treasurer of siad Town and files his receipt herewith and makes the same a part of thie report.
      Marmont Feb 26th 1895
      Received of F. L. Carl
      Four Hundred Dollars for fund to the credit of Marmont $400.00
      H. M. Speyer, Treas
    He asks that his proceedings here in may be approved
    Dated March 4th 1895
    F. L. Carl
Comes now F. L Carl, Clerk and files with this Board his report concerning his doings in making a loan of Four Hundred Dollars for said Town and it is moved by Marcus F Mosher Trustee, which motion was duly seconded and carried that said report be received approved and made a part of the record.

On motion said Bord adjorned

F L Carl Clerk

J. W. Souder Pres

March 18th 1895
Be it remembered that the Town Board of the Town of Marmont met on the 18th day of March 1895 at 7 P.M. Present John W Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn.

The Following ordinance was presented and read by trustee Samuel E. Medbourn which ordinance is number five (5)

    An Ordinance Regulating the cinstruction and repair of Side walks in the Town of Marmont, Marshall county Satae of Indiana

    Sec. 1 - - Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Marmonty that all side walks in said Town shall here after be constructed and repaired according to the specifications and requirements of this ordinance and not otherwise

    Sec 2 - - Any person violtating the provisions here of upon conviction before any Justice of the Peace in said town shall be fined not more than Twenty five dollars nor less than five dollars.

    Sec 3 - - All side walks to be made hereafter in said town shall be constructed of White Oak or Burr Oak lumber, cement, paving brick or dimension stone.

    Sec. 4 - - All side walks in said town constructed of lumber shall be made of board laid cross wise on net less that three oak stringes such stringes to be not less than two inches thick and four inches wide such board shall be not l ess than one and one quarter inches thick nor more than six inches wide.
    Sec 5 - - All side walks to be not less than five feet in width

    Sec 6 - - All Side walks hereafter built shall be constructed with the outer line of such walk or walks five feet from the front line of the lot or lots adjacent to which they are consturcted

    Sec 7 - - The drae of all side walks hereafter constructed in said town shall be and conform to a line eight inches above the sub grade of the street or streets or which the are built unless the grade shall be fixed otherwise by the Board of Trustees of said town in any particular case or cases. In all cases the ends of side walks hereinafter constructed shall be carred to a level of the adjoining side walk or side walks by an easy slope so that the assent or desent shall not be dangerous to foot travelers.

    Sec 8 - - All side walks hereinafter built under this ordinance and all repairs that may be ordered on said walks shall be made under the supervivion and subject to the inspection of the Marshall of said town who shall report in writing his approval or disapproval of such side walk or side walks or repairs made thereon which report shal be entered on the records of said town.

    Sec 9 - - Whenever any person or persons may be ordered to build a side walk or side walks or who be resolution of the Board of Trustees of the town of Marmont, Indiana shall be ordered to repair any side walk or side walk, and shall fail to do so as prescribed in
    this ordinance or as may specified in a resolution as aforesaid after ten days notice in writing the Marshall of said town shall proceed to build or repair said Walk or walks as the case may be at the cost of the owner or owners aforesaid and shall keep an account of the cost and expenses necessarily incurred in so doing

    Sec 10 - - It shall be the duty of the town Marshall of said town under the direction of the Board of Trustees of said town to oversee the construction and repairs of all side walks in said town, and whenever in the opinion if said town Marshall it shall be necessary to construct of repair any side walks he shall report such fact in writing to the Board of Trustees of said town for their action specifying the place and kind of work necessary. giving the number of the and the name of the owner thereof it a new walk is to be constructed or if repairs to be made and the probable cost thereof. If the Board of Trustees shall order such walk or walks constructed or shall order such repairs made as are reported by the town Marshall it shall be the duty of such board to cause a notice to be given to the proper party or parties or their agent or agents in writing. signed by the president of said Board and attested by the clerk thereof which notice shall be served on the owner or owners of such lot or his or their agent or agents if known. A service of notice upon the occupant of the premises shall be deemed sufficient notice
    under this ordinance and in case the owner or his agent is not known or is a non resident of the county and there is no occupant of ssaid premises said notice shall be published in two consecutive issues of some weekly paper published in said town and in case no paper is published in said town then such notice shall be published in some weekly news paper of the city of Plymouth, Indiana

    Sec 11 - - Whenever any person or persons here been notified as required by this ordinance to make repairs on any side walk as provided for in this ordinance and shall fail or refuse to do the same it shall be the duty of the town Marshall to case the same to be done at the expense of such person or persons keeping an itemized account thereof and all costs of notice fees and charges of such town Marshall shall be deemed to be a part of and taxed as a part of the costs of such construction or repairs.

    Sec 12 - - Whenever any side walk shall have been constructed or whenever ahy repairs shall have been made by the town Marshall as as aforesaid he sll report in writing the entire costs fees and expenses thereof at the first meeeting of the Board of Trustees of said town after such side walks shall have been constructed or after such repairs shall have been made and such report shall be spread upon the records of said town and said costs, fees and expenses shall be allowed and paid
    by said town and become a lien upon the lot or fraction there of along which such side walk shall have been built or such repairs shall have been built or such repairs shall have been made and the Board of Trustees of said town may at once institute proceedings in any court of competent jursidiction and the collection of such corst fees and expenses together with a reasonable attorney's fee and such Board may take such other steps for the enforcement of the payment of said claim as are authorized by law for the collection of debts.

    This Ordinance shall take effect form and after passage and publication.



And it was moved by said Medbourn that said ordinance be place upon its final passage which motion was duly seconded by Marcus F Mosher and the yaes and nays were taken upon said moition Trustees Medbourn and Mosher voting in the affirmative and the president of said Baord John W Souder declared said motion carried.

It was then moved buy said Trustee Samuel E Medbourn that said ordiance be passed and adopted as read which motion was seconded by Marcus F Mosher and the yaes and nays were taken on said motion. Trustees Mosher and Medbourn voting in the affirmative amd the president of said Board John W. Souder declared said ordinance passed and adopted.

It was then moved by said Medbourn that the clerk be autorized and instructed
to publish said ordinance in the Marmont Hearal a paper published in the town of Marmont for three successive publications which motion was seconded by Marcus F Mosher and the yaes and nays were taken on said motion Trustees Medbourn and Mosher voting in the affirmative and the presiden of the Board John W Souder declared said motion carried an ordered he clerk of said Board to publish said ordinance in conformity with said motion

And be it further rememberd that the following bill was presented and read
    Marmont Ind.
    March 18th 1895
    Town of Marmont Dr to Nathaniel Gandy for services as overseer of road work $15.00
    Nathaniel Gandy


Motion made by Marcus F Mosher that said bill be allowed and an order be drawn for that amount which motion was duly seconded and carried.

On motion said Board adjourned.

Attest F. L Carl Clerk

John W. Souders Pres
April 1st 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the town of Marmont met of the 1st day of April 1895 at 7 o'clock P. M. Present John W. Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn.

Motion made that the public school house be the place designated by the Board as the place for holding the town election which motion was duly seconded and carried

Motion made that the clerk be instructed to publish a notice of the town election to be held May 6th 1895 which motion was duly seconded and carried.

On motion said board adjourned

F. L. Carl, Clerk

John W. Souder Pres
April 15th 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the town of Marmont met on the 15th day of April 1895 at 7 o'clock P. M. Present John W Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn

The following communication was presented and read
    Marmont Indiana
    April 15 1895
    I the undersigned consider the horse paddock in the rear of the dwelling in which I live a public nusance and a disgrace to the town of Marmont Indiana and I ask that you honrable body will have the same removed at once.

    L. C. Wiseman Druggist
Motion made by S E. Medbourn that the Marshall be instructed to notify Wm Kepler that the Town Board considers the horse paddock which is under his control a public nusiance and that said Marshal notify said Kepler to remove the same or otherwide conform with the law on the subject said motion was duly seconded and carried

And be it further remembered that the following was presented and read by the town Marshal
    Marmont
    April 15, 1895
    To the honroable Town council of the Town of Marmont.

    Gentlemen
    I hereby recommed that side walks be built in the said town of Marmont as follows towit.
    commencing at the cross walk that extends from the Collonnade hotel to the Vandalia depot platform thence west on both sides of Toner Ave. and Scott street until they intersect Main Street thence south on both sides of Main Street to Madison street thence south on west side of Main Street and Pplymouth and WInamac road to the southern line of the lots now owned by Marcus F. Mosher

    Also commecing at the North east corner of the lot upon which the M. E. church now stands that being the south side of Washington St. and west side of Main St. thence east along the south side of Plymouth St. thence north to the north side of Washington St. thence east along the north side of Washington St. and across the old Plymouth and Winamac road to the north west corner of Mill lot owned by Thomas B Harris thence east along the north line of said mill lot until a point is reached directly south of the south west corner of the Kreuzberger Park thence north to the south line of said park until it intersects the line of the Vandalia Rail road.

    Nathaniel Gandy Marshall
Motion made by S. E. Medbourn that the recommedastions of the Marshall be approved and walks be ordered built as per his instruction which motion was seconded by Marcus F
Mosher the yaes and nays were taken on said motion Trustees Mosher and Mednourn voting in the affirmative and the president of the Board John W. Souder declared said motion carried

Motion made by Samuel E Medbourn
    that all cross walks be built of gravel except on the south side of Jefferson Street running from the north west corner of _ M & Co's lot across to the north east corner of lot owened by Oliver Morris also from the south west corner on Mensers hardware store across to the south east corner of lot owned by Mrs Ellen Overman From th north west corner of lor owned by John W Cromley across to the north east corner of lot on which the M. E. Chruch stands

    From the north east corner of the lot owned by Cha. Stall across to the sourth east corner of lot owned by J. P. Garn

    From the south east corner of lot owned by Selia Canshoiack across to the north west corner of lot owned by R. Kreuzberger
Which motion was duly seconded and carried.

Be it further remembered that the following bills were presented and ordered paid.

    Marmont 4/15 95
    Town of Marmont Dr. to F. L. Carl
    Feb 15thfor stamps $0.12
      "    26" "   Car fare Car fare    .55
    March 1st  "   Car fare    .55
        "      6"Stamps    .14
        "      18th Car Fare    .55
    April 1st  "   "   Car fare     .55
      "     "  Dinner    .25
    Total$2.71
motion made that said bill be allowed and an order be drawn for that amount which motion was dulyt seconded and carried

    Marmont Ind.
    April 13th 1895
    To the Honroable common council of Marmont Ind.
    To printing side walk ordinance in Marmont Hearld thee weeks commencing March 29 and ending Apri 12. twelve folios at 75cts. first insertion and 40 cents subsequrnt insertions making a total sum of $18.60
    Geo. Nearpass Publisher
Motion made that said bill be allowed and an order be drawn for that amount which motion was duly seconded and carried

    Marmont Ind.
    April 15th 1895
    Town of Marmont Dr. to Thomas Medbourn Sec. Board of Health
    one trip to Plymouth $0.55
    Stationary and postage    .25
    _____
    total    .80
    Thomas Medbourn, Sec Board of Health
Motion made that said bill be allowed and and order be drawn for that amount whcih motion was duly seconded and carried

On motion which was duly seconded and carried the clerk was oredered to draw orders for the salarys of the different officers of the town

On motion said Board adjourned

F. L Carl Clerk

John W Souder Pres.
April 25th 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the town of Marmont met in special session on the 25th day of April 1895 at 1 Oclock P. M. in response to the following notice
    Notice
    To Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn that a special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the town of Marmont Indiana will be held at Mosher boat house in said town on the 25th day of April 1895 at 1 O'clock P.M. for the purpose of appointing an inspector of elecetion to confirm the appoinment of deputy marshalls as made by the town marshall.

    Attest F. L. Carl,

    Clerk John W. Souder Pres


April 25th 1895
We hereby acknowledhe sevices of the above notices upon us for the purposes there in expressed

Marcus F Mosher, Trustee

Present at said meeting Marcus F Mosher and John W Souder

On Motion by Marcus F Mosher John F Koontz was appointed inspector for the Town election to be held on May 6th 1895. The appointments of deputy Marshalls to seve at said election of John Medbourn and Frank Cromley as made by Marshall Gandy were confirmed by the Board

On motion said board Adjourned.

F L Carl, Clerk

John W. Souder Pres
May 6th 1895
Be it rememebered that the Town Board of the town of Marmont met on the 6th day of May 1895 at 7 o'clock P.M. Present John W. Soufer Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Mebourn

The following bills were presented and orderd paid

Marmont Indiana
May 1st 1895
To common council City of Marmont City of Marmont Printing election notice commencing with No. 39 and endingn in No 41 of the Marmont Hearld(three weeks0 1 folio at 75 cts first insertion and 40 cts. subsequent insertions. Total $1.55 George Nearpass

On motion which was duly seconded and carried said bill was allowed and ordered paid

May 2nd 1895
Common council City of Marmont to Marmont Hearld Dr. Printing 300 election ticets $2.00 Printing 24 sample tickets $2.00 Total $4.00 Geo Nearpass

On motion which was duly seconded and carried said bill was allowed and ordered paid

marmont Ind.
Mary 5 1895
To the Town Council Dr. to L. C. Patsel $1.50 for work on streets assisting serveyor or April 24th 1895. L. C. Patsel

On motion which was duly seconded and carried said bill was allowed and ordered paid and the clerk was instructed to draw an order for that amount.

And be it further remembered that Henry Zechiel presented a plat of of out lots and asked that the Board exxamine the same and that said lots be made a part of the corporate town of Marmont said addition to be known as the Zechiel addition to Marmont. The Board appointed Marcus F Mosher Samuel E Medbourn and John W Souder a committee to examine said lots and report at next meeting of Board.

And be it further remembered that the committee on building of a jail reported contract tet for said building to D. G. Walter said Walter agreeing to do the work on said jail for $2.00 per day per man. Thomas B. Harris agreeing to furnishing the lumber for said building at $1.25 per thousand feet.

And be it further remembered that on motion which was duly seconded and carried the clerk was ordered to draw orders for the amount due the different elective officers of the town.

On motion said board adjourned

attest F. L. Carl Clerk

John W. Souder Pres.
May 9th 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the town of Marmont met in special session on the 9th day of May 1895 at 7 o'clock P.M. in response to the following notice.
    Notice
    To Marcus F. Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn that a special meeting of the Board of trustees of the town of Marmont Indiana will be held at the office of J. H. Koontz in said town on the 9th day of May 1895 at 7 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of confirming the election of and accepting the bonds of the lately elected town officers.

    attest F. L. Carl Clerk

    John W. Souder Pres


May 9th 1895 We hereby acknowledge service of the above notice upon us for the purpose there in expressed
Sam E Medbourn
M. F. Mosher

Present at said meeting John W. Souder Marcus F Mosher and Samuel E Medbourn

And be it remembered that Charles Zechiel file his certificate of election as clerk of said town and oath of office therein to attached had and held on the 6th day of May 1895 and by motion which was seconded and carried said certificate was received and ordered made a part of the record and is in the words and figures as follows towit
    Certificate of Election
    To whom it may concern

    This is to certify that a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895

    Charles Zechiel was duly elected to the office of Town Clerk in and for the said town of Marmont to serve as such for the term of one year and untill his successor is elected and qualifed

    In witness where of I have hereinto set my hand and seal this 8th day of May 1895

    J. F. Koontz, Inspector

    State of Indiana County of Marshall S. S.

    I Charles Zechiel do solemnly swear that I weill support the constitution of the United States and the constituiton of the State of Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duty as Clerk of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God

    Charles Zechiel

    Subscribded and swoen to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry M. Speyer, Notary Public
and the bond of said Zechiel was fixed by the Board in the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00) Said Zechiel also presented and filed
his bond conditioned in the sum of one thousand dollars signed by himself and Henry Zechiel and John Horgeshiner as suretied for the faithfull and honest discharge of his duties as Clerk of said Town until his successor is duly eleced and qualifed which bond on motion which was seconded and ordered to made a part of the record and is in the words and figures following towit
    Know all men by these Present I Charles Zechiel as princpal and Henry Zechiel and John Horgeshiner as sureties are bound and firmily hold to the State of Indiana in the penal sum of $1000.00 dollars

    Wiltness our hands and seals this 9th day of May 1895

    The conditions of this bond are such that wherease on the 6th day of May 1895 the said Cahrles Zechiel was elected Clerk in and for said town to have and to hold said office for one year from said date Kow therefore if the Charles Zechiel shall faithfully honestl and impartially discharge the duties of said office and shall account for all sums of money coming into his hands by virtue of said office then this bond shall be null and void else to remain in full force and virtue in law

    Charles Zechiel
    Henry Zechiel
    John Horgeshiner
    State of Indiana COunty of Marshall S.S.
    Before me the undersigned personally appeared the above named Charles Zechiel Henry Zechiel and John Horgeshiner and acknowledged the execution of the above and foregoing bond for the uses and purposes therein specified.

    Witness my hand and official seal this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry M. Speyer Notary public


and be it further remembered that Henry M. Speyer presented and filed his cerificate of election as Treasurer of said town and his oath of office thereunto attached and on motion of which was duly seconded and carred said cetrificate was made of part of record and is in the words and figures.
    Certificate of Election
    To who it may concern:
    This is to certify that at a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895 Henry M. Speyer was duly elected to the office of Town Treasurer in and for the said town of Marmont to serve and as such for the term of one year and until his successor is elected and qualified.

    I witness hereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this 9th day of May 1895

    J. F. Koontz Inspector
    State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
    I Henry M. Speyer do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the Uniited States and the constitution of the State of Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duties Treasurer of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God.

    Henry M. Speyer

    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    John Osborn Notary Public


and the bond of said Speyer was fixed in the sum of four thousand follard $4000.00 said Speyer also presented and filed his bond conditioned in the sum of $4000.00 dallars signed by himself and by S. E. Medbourn and John Osborn as sureties for the faithful and honest discharge of his duties as treasurer of said town until his succeccssor is duly elected and qualified

which bond on motion which was duly seconded and carried was ordered and made a part of the record and is in the words figures following towit
    Know all men by these presents I Henry M. Speyer as principal and S. E. Medbourn and John Osborn as surties are bound and firmly held to the State of Indiana in the penal sum
    of Four thousand dollars

    Witness our hands and seals this 9th day of May 1895

    The conditions of this bond are such that whereas on the 6th day of May 1895 the said Henry M. Speyer was elected Treasurer in and for said town to have and to hold said office for one year from said date.

    No therefore if said Hemry M. Speyer shall faithfully honestly an impartially discharge the duties of said office and shall account for all sumes of money coming into his office this bod shall be null and void else to reamin in full fouce and virtue in law.

    Henry M. Speyer
    Sam E Medbourn
    John Osborn

    State of Indiana County of Marshal S.S.
    Before me the undersigned personally appeared the above named Henry M. Speyer S. E. Medborn and John Osborn and acknowledged the execution of the above and foregoing bond for the uses and purposes therein specified

    Witnes my hand and offical seal this 9th day of May 1895

    Oliver Morris Justice of Peace
and be it further remembered that Nathaniel Gandy presented and filed his certificate of election as Marshall of said town and his oath of office thereunto attached and on motion which was duly seconded and carried said certificate was made a part of the record and is in the worfs and figures following towit
    Certificate of Eelection
    To whon it may concern:
    This is to certify that a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895 Nathaniel Gandy was duly elected to the office of Marshall in and for the said town of Marmont to serve as such for the term of one year and until his successor is elescte and qualifed

    In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 8th day of May 1895.

    J. F. Koontz Inspector

    State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
    I Nathaniel Gandy do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United States and the consituition of the State of Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duty as Marshall of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God

    Nathaniel Gandy

    Subscribed and worn to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry Speyer Notary Public
and the bond of said Gandy was fixed in the sum of Four thousand dollars $4000.00 said Gandy also presented and filed his bond conditioned in the sum of four thousand dollars signed by himself and by Henry M. Speyer and Henry Zechiel as sureties for the faithful and honest discharge of his duties as Marshal of said then until his successor is duly elected and qualifed

Which bond on motion which was duly seconded and carred was ordered made a part of the record ans is in the words and figures following towit
    Know all men by these presents I Nathaniel Gandy as principal and Henry M. Speyer and Henry Zechiel as surties are bound and firmly held to the State of Indiana in the penal sum of four thousand $4000.00

    Witness our hands and seals this 9th day of May 1895

    The conditions of this bond are such that wereas on the 6th day of May 1895, the said Nathaniel Gandy was elected Marshall in and for said town to have and to hold said office for one year from said date

    Know therefore if the said Nathaniel Gandy shal faithfull honesty and impartially discharge the duties of said office and shall account for all sums of money coming into his hands by virtue of said office then this bond shall be null and void esle to remain in full force and virtue in law

    Nathaniel Gandy
Hemry M Speyer
Henry Zechiel

State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
Before me the undersigned personally appeared the above Nathaniel Gandy Hemry M Speyer and Henry Zechiel and acknowledged the execution of the above and foregoing boad for the uses and purposes there in specified.

Wilness my hand and offical seal this 9th day of May 1895

John Osborn Notary Public


And be it further rememberd that elction certifiated and oaths of office of James H. Castleman, Elijiah W. Geisleman and Thomas B Harris with oaths of office thereunto atached were preneted and filed and on motion which was duly recorded and carried made a part of the record and are in the words and figures following towit
    Election Certificate
    To whom it may concern
    This is to certify that at a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895 James H. Castleman was duly elected to the office of trustee in and for the said town of Marmont to serve as such for the term of
    one year and until his sucessor is elected and qualified

    In witness where of I have hereunto set my and and seal this 8th day of May 1895

    J. F. Koontz Inspector

    State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
    I James H castleman do solemenly swear that I sill support the consitution of the United State and the constitution of the State Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duty as trustee of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God

    James H. Castleman

    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry A Speyer Notary Public

    Election Certificate
    To whom it may concern
    This is to certify that at a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895 Thomas B Harris was duly elected to the office of trustee in and for the said town of Marmont to serve as such for the term of one year and until his sucessor is elected and qualified

    In witness where of I have hereunto set my and and seal this 8th
    day of May 1895

    J. F. Koontz Inspector

    State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
    I Thomas B. Harris do solemenly swear that I sill support the consitution of the United State and the constitution of the State Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duty as trustee of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God

    Thomas B Harris

    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry A Speyer Notary Public

    Election Certificate
    To whom it may concern
    This is to certify that at a regular election held in the town of Marmont State of Indiana on the 6th day of May 1895 That Elijah W. Geiselman was duly elected to the office of trustee in and for the said town of Marmont to serve as such for the term of one year and until his sucessor is elected and qualified

    In witness where of I have hereunto set my and and seal this 8th day of May 1895

    J. F. Koontz Inspector

    State of Indiana County of Marshall S.S.
    I Elijah W. Geiselman do solemenly swear that I sill support the consitution of the United State and the constitution of the State Indiana and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge my duty as trustee of the town of Marmont according to law and to the best of my ability so help me God

    Elijah W. Geiselman

    Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May 1895

    Henry A Speyer Notary Public



On motion said board adjourned

F. L Carl Clerk

John W. Souder Pres.
NOTE: page 99 which is above, pages 100 & 101 are missing - and resumes with page 102.

The affirmative, and the president Thomas B. Harries declared said motion carried and the clerk was authorized and instructed to issue the orders in accordance with said deduction, as fixed by the board.

Plymouth Indiana, May 7, 1 [895]
Marmont Coproration, To A. North Surveyor<

To Surveying 1894 Main Scott Streets & Toner Ave.
1 da taking level$  3.00
1  " for hand as rodman    1.75
2  " making specifications of grade    6.00
1  "       "         profile           "    "     3.00
1  " coping grade     3.00
1895 Mar 18, - 1 da advising with board about grade    3.00
Apr 24, 1 da giving grade fo streets & sidewalks    3.00
----------
bal. due total $22.75

I herebay certify that the above bill is just true and unpaid
A North, Surveyor

A motion was made to lay the said bill on the table pending investigation which was duly seconded and the yeas and nayes were taken. Trustees, Geiselman & Castleman voting in the affirmative. The president Thomas B. Harris declared said motion carried

On motion Said Board adjourned

Charles Zechiel Clerk

T. B. Harris Pres.
June 3 1895
Be it rememebred that the town Board, of the town of Marmont, met in regular session at T. B. Harris office, on the third day of Jun 1895. Present T. B. Harris, E. W. Geiselman, J. H. Catleman.

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted.

The bill of A. North was taken from the table and a motion was made to deduct the one day advising with board about grade. The motion being duly seconded the yeas and nays were taken; E. W. Geislamn and J. H. Castleman voting in the affirmative; the president T. B. Harries declared said motion carried, and the clerk was authorized and instructed to draw the order in accordance with said deduction, as fixed by the board

Be it further rememebred that the committee viz T. B.Harris, E E. Geislamdn and J. H. Castleman appointed to the examine the propriety of accepting the Zechiel addition to the Town of Marmont reported favaorably, and a motion was made and duly seconded that said addition constitute a part of the incoporated town of Marmont to be known as the Zechiel addition to Marmont. The yeas and nays were taken. E. W. Geislaman and J. H. Castleman and the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried and ordered it to be made a part of the record.

The following bills were presented and ordered paid

    Marmont Ind. June 3 1895
    The trustees for the town of Marmont Dr. to J. F. Koontz $1.00 for mileage in making election returns to the county clerk May 9, 1895
    J. F. Koontz


On which motion was duly seconded and carried, said bill was allowed and ordered paid

June 3, 1895
18 days @ $1.50 = $27.00 Labor on streets in the town of Marmont Indiana
Nathaniel Gandy, Marshall

On which motion was duly seconded and carried, said bill was allowed and ordered paid.

Marmont Ind. Jue 3, 1895
Town of Marmont, to T. B. Harris Dr
May 18, to 358 per 2/4 - 12 ft 284 ft @12 cts 34.36
 " 66  "     2/6 - 12  " 792  "  "    "         9.50
 " 10  "     2/8 - 16  " 210  "  "    "        2.52
 " 5  "     2/4 - 10  " 50  "  "    "           .60
 " 3 10X12, 2 light window per W. 75 cts    2.25
 " 3 pcs 6X6 - 12 ft oak 72 ft @16 cts   1.15
------------
Total $50.38


On motion which was duly seconded and carried, said bill was allowed by the board and ordered paid

Be it also remembered that a motion was made and duly seconded to finish the jail. The yeas and nays were taken; J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affitmative the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried, and instructed the Marshal to attend to the work

The following letter was presented and read
    June 1st 1895
    To the Hon. Board of the town of Marmont Marshall county, Indiana
    Gentlemen, Sirs
    You will please transfer the town liquor license issed to C. C. Beaber to Mr. Geo W. Gerard, of Marmont, and oblige
    C. C. Beaber
A motion was then made and duly seconded to lay said letter on the tale, pending investigation with the condition, that the said Geo. W. Gerard, be allowed to conduct his bisness until definite acton be taken by the board in regard to daid letter

The yeas and nays wer taken J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geisleman voting in the affirmative, the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried

Be it further remembered that a motion was made and duly seconded to call the county surveyor down to resurvey Scott Street. The yeas and nays were take n. E. W. Geilsman & J. H. Castleman voting in the affirmative, the president T. B. Harris declared saidn motion carred and the clekt was ordered to notify the surveyor

On motion said board adjourned.

Chas Zechiel clerk

T. B. Harris Pres.
June 17 1895
Be it rememebred that the town Board of the town of Marmont met in regular session at T. B. Harris office on the 17th day of June 1895. Present T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman.

Minutes of precious meting were read and approved

The letter of C. C. Beaber was take from the table, and the Board dedcided that the licens of said Beaber could not be transferred, and a motion was made and duly seconded that the clerk notify Mr. Geo W. Gerard to take out a new license. Carrried

Be it remembered that a motion was made and duly seconded that a tile pruchae be made to extend from Henry Koontzs building, south intersecting with the tile of John Osbonr. carried

Be it furthere rememebred that a motion was made and duly seconded which was also carried that all cross walks running with the sidewalks be made 4 boards wide and all walks exctending across streets connecting sidewalks and not extending in the same direction a the sidewalk be made 3 boards wide.

Be it remembered that a motion was made and duly seconded that contracts be let out for the building of cross walks, giving Marshall Gandy the preference, at $3.00 for steet cross walks and $1.50 per walk for cross walks across alleys other wise the contract to be let to lowest bidder provided how ever he is a repiable person. carried

And be it further remembered that said board selected and appointed as successor to Geo. Garn as school trustee for said towon to have and to hold said office for three years or until his successor is elected and qualified, the following named person towit John Osborn.
Be it further remembered that a motion was made and uly seconded, that the money arising from fines be applied to the town of Marmont carried

Be it rememebred that a motion was made and duly seconded which was also carried that ordinances be drawn to prohibit fast driving on the street, or cruelty to animals in whateever form may be found to exist and also to prohibit the sale of merchandise upon the street, without first obtaining a license from the town board.

On motion said board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris Pres.
June 21 1895
Be it remembered that the town board of the town of Marmont met in special session at T. B. Harris office on the 21st day of June 1895.

Present T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the precious meeting were read and approved

Be it also rememebered that John Osbonr, the newly appointed school Trustee, presented and filed his bond, in accordance with law

On motion said board adjourned

Chas Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris, Pres

July 1 1895
Be it rememebered that the town board of the town of Marmont met in rugular session, at T. B. Harris office on the first day of July 1895

Present T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the previvous meeting were read and approved

Be it further rememebred that the following petition was read
    Marmont, Ind. July 1, 1895
    To the honorable Town Barod of Marmont We the undersigned citizans Respectfull solicit your honorable body to grant us the privilges of the of (20) twenty feet of the street along lot No. 28 on Main Street from the purpose of placing building material for a period not to exceed (90) days.

    Frank Cromley
    J. F. Cromley



A motion was then made which was also duly seconded, that the above
named privilege be granted and slo granting the same privilege to the K.P.'s for the erection of their building.

J. H. Caslemand and E. W. Geisellman voting in the affirmaticew The president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried

The following bill were presented and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. 9/1 1895
Town Board of the town of Marmont Dr. to S. Patsel for one days work on sewer $1.25
Nathaniel Gandy, Marshall

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. July 1, 1895
Town Board of the town of Marmont Dr. to William Bucklew, for one days work on sewer, $1.25
Nathaniel Gandy, Marshall

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind July 1, 1895
Town Board of the town of Marmont, Dr. to Geo. W. Voreis for one half da's labor on crosswolds, ($0.75) seventy sive cts
Nathaniel Gandy, Marshall

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Indiana July 1, 1895
Town Board of the Town of Marmont Dr. to Nathaniel Gandy for 4 crosswalks @ $3.00 per walk = $12.00
Nathaniel Gandy

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. July 1, 1895
5 hrs. with team $1.50
A. Spangler

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. June 27, 1895
Town Board on account with D. G. Walter to "
June 82 days labor on doors in Calaboose$4.00
   "   Iron and stiples  1.00 
Total$5.00


On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Hibbard, Ind. June 20, 1895
Town Board of Marmont on account with Voreis & Rhodes to "
June 19106 of  8 in tile$4.97
   "  19  24  " 12  "  " 2.40
Hauling 2.00
-------
Total $9.37


On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. July 1, 1895
W. R. York, by 4022 ft Oak @ $15.00 per __ $62.43

On motion which was duly seconded and carried, saird bill was allowed and ordered paid

An ordiance authorizing and regulating the granting of licenses within the corporation of Marmont.
    Sec. I Be it ordained by the common Council of the village of Marmont in Marshall County in the State of Indiana, That any and all licenses which may be issued under and by virtue of any ordinance passed as subkect to amy and all ordinances which may be in force at the fime of issuing said license or wohich may subsequently be passed by said council.

    Sec. II Every person who may wish to
    obtain a license, shall apply in writing to the village clerk setting therein he number and names of all persons interested; the kind of buisness or following and in all applications for license, stating or fixed buisness shall set forht the proposed place, and such place shall not be changed without an order passed by the common council, nor shall such license be transferrable in any event and no licese shall be granted for longer period than one year

    Sec III Before any person or persons, firm or corporation may sell, vend or cry any dry goods, staple goods, mechandise or personal property of any description, at auction, or before any person or persons, firm or corporation, echibit any shor or circus performance of any description, within the village of Marmont, as here in before provided; he or they shall make written application to the village clerk of the villahe of Marmon, as herein before , and shall pay to the village tresurer for the use and benedit of said village the sum of five dollars (5.00) per day for each and every day such person or persons desires to be licensed. The term auction as used in this ordinance is understoof to be and mean all sales made to competing bidders, or by selling to the highest of lowest bidders provided, that this section shall not apply to any sales made by any sheriff, cornoer, constable, assignee, Trustee, commissioners, executor or administrator, or any other officer in the discharge of his or their duty * nor to any person or persons selling his or their household goods, or other personal goods and chattels which had heretofore been used by him or them

    Any person violating any of the provisions of this section, shall from conviction be fined in any sum not less than five
    dollars ($5.00), nor more than twenty five ($25.00) for each and every offence

    Sec IV No street peddler hawker or other itinerant dealer shall offer for sale either by retail or wholesale in any vechile or otherwise within the village of Marmont, any goods, wares or merchandise, (except produce and meats), without first ontaining drom the village vlerk, as herein before provided, a license therforp and such license shall be for one day or more wohich he shall pay to the village treasurer the sum of one dollar ($1.00) per day for each and every day for which said license is issued; provided that license may issue and be granted to such person or persons for the periof of one year upon applicastion and the payment of one dallar per day as above provided.

    Sec. V Any person who shall violate any or either of the provisions of this ordiance or any section or any clause or provision or section of this ordinance or who shall neglect or fail to comply with any or either of the requirements there of shall, upon conviction be fined not less then five follard ($5.00) nor more than twenty five dollars ($25.00)

    Sec. VI. This ordinance to take effect July Twenty five 1895

    Chas Zechiel, Clerk

    T. B. Harris President


On motion which was duly seconded said ordnance was placd upon its final passage; Trustees J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affirmative. The President T. B. Harris declared said motion carried.

It was then moved and and seconded that said ordinance be passed and adopted as read and that the clerk be autorized and instructed to publish said ordinance in the Marmont Herald for three successive publications.
The yeas and nays were taken, Trustees J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affirmative, the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried and ordered the clerk to publish said ordinance in accornace with said motion

Be it also remembered that the following ordinance was presented and read, which ordinance is number seven (7)

    An Ordinance prohibiting cruelty to Animals

    Sec. I Be it ordained by the common Council of the village of Marmont, that my person or persons that overdirives, overloads, tortures, torments, or deprives of any necessary sustance, or unncessarily or cruelly beats or neddlessly mutilated or kills any animal or who causes any horses mares or muels or any other animal confined or fastened at any place upon the streets of Marmont without food or water for an unnecessary period shall upon convition be fined not less than five dollars ($5.00) and not more than twenty five dollars (25.00)

    Sec II And it shall be the duty of the village Marshall to take core of such animals thus neglected, and also arrest said owners of said animals and bring them before the proper authorities for punsihment

    Sec II And it shall be unlawful for any person to ride or drive any horse mar or mule or any other animal of any kind or discription on or through the streets, alleys, or public highways of the village of Marmont, in a fast or dangerous manner. Any person violating the rules of this section shall upon convition be fined not less than five dollars ($5.00) and not more than twenty five dollars ($25.00)

    Sec. IV Any person who shall violate any or eithe of the provisions of this
    ordinance, or any section or any clause or provisions or section of this ordinance or who sall meglect or fail to comply with any or either of the requirements thereof Shall upon conviction be fined not less than five dollars ($5.00) and not more than twenty five dollars ($25.00)

    Sec V This ordinance shall take effect July 25, 1895

    Chas. Zechiel Clerk T. B. Harris president.


On motion which was duly seconded said ordinance was placed upon its final passage. Trustees J. H. Caslteman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affirmatiive the president, T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried

On motion which was made and duly seconded said ordinance was ceclared passed and adopted as read; Trustees J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geislman voting in the affirmatiive the president, T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried

It was then moved and seconded that the clerk be authorized and instructed to publish said ordinance in the Marmont Heral for thee successive publications. The yeas and nays were taken Trustees J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiiselman voting in the affirmative the president T. B. HArris, declared said motion carried and ordered the clerk to publish said ordiance in accordance with said motion

On motion said Baord adjourned

Chas Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris president
Marmont, Ind.July 15. 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the Town of Marmont, met in regular session at T. B. Harris office on the fifteenth day of July 1895

Present T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved

And be it further rememberd that the following bill were presented and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. July 15, 1895
Town of Marmont Dr. to Frank Cromley for 1 days work on Streets, $1.25
Nathaniel Gandy,

On motion which was duly seconded and carried said bill was allowed and ordered paid.

Marmont, Ind. July 15, 1895
Town of Marmont Dr. to Jacob Patsel for 2 1/2 days work on road with team @ $2.50 per day and 2 1/2 days for 1 man @ $1.25 per day - Total $9.37 And be it further rememberd that the following bill were presented and ordered paid

Marmont,. Ind. July 15, 1895
Town Board of town of Marmonr Dr. to Nathaniel Gandy for
per walk "   "l   total
5street corss walks @$3.00$15.00
3alley    "         "    @$1.50$  4.50
-------
 19.50

Nathaniel Gandy

And be it further rememberd that the following bill were presented and ordered paid

And be it also remembered that the committe viz T.B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. E. Geislman who were appointed to examine the properiety of accepting the Garns addition to the town of Marmont, reported favorably a motion was made and
duly seconded that said addition be and constitue a part of the imcorporated Town of Marmont, as the plat shows, and to be known as the Garns Addition

The yeas and nays were taken Trustee J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affirmative the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried and ordered it to be made a part of the record

Be it further remembered that the following ordinance was presented which ordinance is No 8

    An Ordinance for providing for the erection an operation of a telephone exchange or System of Telephones in the the town of Marmont, in Marshall county in the state of Indiana and granting a franchise for the same to the Plymouth telephone company

    Sec I Be it ordained by the trustees of the Town of Marmont Marshall county Indiana that there there be and is here - by granted to the Plymouth Telephone company, their successor and assigns, the right and privilege of using the streets, alleys and public grounds of said town and also of such territory as my here after be incorporated and included within the limits of said town, and also of such territory as may here - after be incorporayed and included within the limits of said town for erection, construction and maintenance and use of poles, posts, masts, arms, wires, and all other necessary appliances required to perperly and successfull construct and operate a telephone exchamge or system of Telephones in said town

    Sec. II In the erection of poles, posts, masts, arms and such other appliances as are referred to in Section I of this ordinanace in and on the streets, allesy or public grounds in said Town, the said Plymouth Telephone Company, their successors or assigns shall use reasonable diligence and skill, and
    shall not unnecessarily obstruct the same, or interfere with the usual and ordinary use thereof. Said poles, posts, masts, arms, wires and other appliances shall be so placed as not to endanger or interfere with the useal and ordinary use of any of the buildings in said town nor with any water drain or sewer pipe or with any telegraph property now in said Town and the placing of all poles and posts or other appliances shall be under the supervision and direction of the said board of Trustees.

    Sec. III The Telephone exchange or system of Telephones and all instuments, appliances and service to be erected, operated and furnished under this ordinance shall be as complete and effiecient as the telephone exchanges, systems, instruments and appliances furnished and in general use

    Sec IV Said Plymouth Telephone Company their successors or assigns, shall not ber required to make connection with a telephoned owned by any other person, nor furnish sevice for such person when bu so doing the general service will be impaired

    Sec. V Nothing contained in this ordinance shall be taken or construed to prevent or delay the said Plymouth Telephone company their successors or assigns from constructing, maintaining or operating toll lines in said Town under such restrictions as are herein before provided

    Sec. VI And it is hereby expressly provided that the said Board of Trustees shall and will at needed times pass such resolutions and by laws ncessary to fully protect the property and rights of the said Plymouth Telephone Company and further that the violation of the conditions and stipulatins of this ordinance by the said Plymouth Telephone Company shall operate as a forfieture of their rights and privileges hereunder
    at the option of the said Board of Trustees of the said Town of Marmont

    T B Harris Pres. of the Board of Trustees
    attest Chas Zechiel Clek of town of Marmont

    On motion which was duly seconded and carried said ordinace was passed and accepted as read and ordered to be made part of the record.

    On motion said Board adjourned

    Chas Zechiel Clerk

    T. B. HArris President.


Marmont, Ind. Aug 5 1895
Be it remembered that the town board of the town of Marmont met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office, August 5 1895

Present T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W, Geiselman

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and and approved

Ordinance No. 8 granitng francise to the Plymouth Telephone Company was then read for its second reading

A motion was made by Trustee Castlelman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Geisleman that said ordinance be put on its final passage on its second reading. The yeas and nays were taken, Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman voting in the affirmative. There being no votes in the negative the president, T. B. Harris declared saind motion carried, and declared said motion carried, and declared said ordinance passed and adopted as read.

Be it also remebered that the following bills were presented and ordered paid
Hibbrad, Ind. July 3, 1895
Marmont City in account with Voreis & Rhodes
July 23, to12 in tile $ 9.38
Hauling   2.00
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Total $11.35


Plymouth, Ind. Aug. 1 1895
The Incorporated town of Marmont to J. C. Butler, Dr.
To Surveying Stree, June 15, 1895 $2.00
J. C. Butler

Marmont Ind. July 27, 1895
To the Hon. Board of Alderlman of the towon of Marmont printing two ordinances in Marmont Hearld Three issues, first insertion 75 cts per folio, subsequent insertations 40 cts per folio, eleven folios $17.05
Geo Nearpass

Marmont Ind., Aug. 5, 1895
Town of Marmont to T. B. Harris, Dr.
To 4342 ft lumber for cross wks, $67.00

Marmonty, Ind. 7/30 1895
Town of Marmont, Dr. to Jacob Patsel for 1/2 da's work on streets with team and one man $1.87

Marmont, Ind. 7/24 1895
Town of Culver the town of Marmont, Dr. to J. M. Hobbs, for one days work on sewer $1.25
John Osborn

August 5, 1895
To the town Board of Trustees Dr. to J. W. Souder for labor on cross walks, $1.25
John W. SOuder

August 5 1895
Town of Marmont Dr to Nathaniel Gandy for 10 street crosswalks @ $3.00 per walk $30
Marmont, Indiana, July 29, 1895
Town of Marmont Dr. to David Swigart for work on sewer $2.00
David Swigart

Marmont, Ind., July 29, 1895
Town of Marmont, Dr. to Chas. Hutchins for work on Streets $3.00

Marmont, Inda. Aug 5, 1895
Town of Marmont, Dr. to Charles Spangler for 5 hrs. worok on streets $0.75 cts
Chas. Spangler

A motion was made by trestee Castleman which was also duly seconded by trustee Geiselman that the above bills be allowed. The yeas and nays were taken Trusteees Harris, Castleman and Geiselman voting in the affirmative. There being no vootes in the negative, the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried, and ordered the clerk to issue orders for the respective ammounts.

On motion said Board adjourned

Chas Zechiel, Town clerk T. B. Harris Pres. of Town board

Marmont, Ind. 8/19 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the town of Marmont met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office on the 19 day of August, 1895

Present T. B. Harris, E. W. Geisleman, J. H. Castleman

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved

And be it futther remembered that a motion was made by trustee Castleman to allow the Messrs Wm. Overman, Daniel Wolf,
Ed Houghton and Wm. $1.25 each for sevices as special constable August 9, 1895

The motion being duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman, The yeas and nays were taken Trustees Castleman, and Geiselman voting in the affirmative the Pres. T. B. Harris declared said motion carried, and authorized and instructed the clerk to issue orders for the amount.

Be it further remembered that a motion was made by trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman that Marshall Gandy be allowed his first quarter salary as Marshall $25.00

The yeas and nays were taken upon said motion. Trustees Castleman and Geiselman and Harris voting in the affirmative. There being no votes in the negatice, the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried.

And be it remembered that a motion was made by Trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by trustees Geiselman that Marshall Gandy be allowed to deputy one man as special constable for the remainder of the far week, ending August 24, 1895

The yeas and nays were taken upon said motion. Trustees T. B. Harris, E. W. Geisellman and voting in the affirmative. There being no votes in the negative. The preident T. B. Harris declared said motion carried.

On motion said Baord agjourned

Chas Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris, President.
Marmont, Ind. 8/29 1895
Be iut remembered that on the 29th day of Auguyst 1895, the Board of trustees of Marmont Indiana met in special session pursuant to the following npotice
    Notice of Special Meeting to J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geisleman

    You are hereby notified that there will be a special meeting of the board of trustees for the purpose of making a tax levy for said town for the year 1896. at the office of T. B. Harris, at 7 o'clock P.M. Auguts 29, 1895

    T. B. Harris, pres of Board


We hereby accept service of the above notice on us this 29th day of August, 1895
E. W. Geiselman
J. H. Castleman
Trustees

And be it further rememebred that there were present at said meeting trustees, J. H.l Castleman, T. B. Harris & E. W. Geisleman

Trustees E. W. Geiselman thereupon presentd and read the following ordinance fixing the levy for taxes of said town for the year 1896, towit:
    An Ordinance fixing the tax levy of the town of Marmont for the year 1896, which Ordinance is No. (

    Be it ordained by the Board of trustees of the town of Marmont Indiana that the following levy of taxes be and is hereby made for the year 1896 for said town to wit:
      For Corporation puprposes on each $100 valuation of the taxable property
      in said town, Forth (40) cents and on each poll twenty vie cents (.25)

      For Tuition purposes on each $100 valuation of the taxable property ion said town Twenty sive (.25) cents and on each poll Twenty Five (.25) cents.

      On each $100 vaulation for road purposes Twenty five (.25) cents



    Whereas an emergency exists for the immediat taking effect of this ordinance it shal therefor take effect from and after its passage.
    T. B. Harris         }
    E. W. Geislman  } Trustees
    J. H. Castleman }
    Attest: Chas Zechiel, Clerlk


An said Geislman moved that the same be placed upon its final passage which motion was duly seconded by trustee J. H. Castleman, and the ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call trustees Geiselman and Casrleman and the president of said Board T. B. Harris declared said motion carried

It was then moved by said trustee Geiselman that said ordinance be passed and adopted as read which motion was duly seconded by trustee Castleman The ayes and nayes were taken upon sain motion and upon roll call, trustees Catleman and Geiselman voted in the affirmative, and the president of said Board T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried and said ordinance passed and asopted as read.

It was then moved by trustee Castleman thst Chas P. Drummond be employed as attorney for the town for 2 yr. and that he shall receive as compensation for such sercies the sum of $35.00, and expenses, such as car fare etc.
Said motion being duly seconded by trustee Geiselman, The ayes and nays were taklen upon said motion and upon roll call trustees Castleman and Geiselman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried

On Motion said Board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris, Pres.

Marmont, Ind. Sept 2, 1895
Be it remembered that on the Second day of September, the Board of Trustees of the Town of Marmont, Indiana, met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office for the transaction of such business as might be legally brought before the board; And there were present at that meeting trestees J. H. Castleman, T. B. Harris and E. W. Geisleman

Be it further remembered that the following bills were presented

Marmont, Ind. 8/31 1895
Town of Marmont, to Jacob Patsel per for Hauling gravel $1.88
Jacob Pastel
I hereby certify that the above bill is just and ture, and unpaid
Nathaniel Gandy

Marmont, Ind. 9/2 1895
Town of Marmont to Daniel Wolf per
For 5 da's labor as special constable $6.25
D Wolf
I hereby certify that the above bill is just and ture, and unpaid
Nathaniel Gandy

Marmont Ind. Sept 2 1895
To the trustees of Marmont, Ind.
9 sacks cement @ 50 cts each $4.50
John Osborn
It was then moved by trustee Castleman that said bills be allowed which motion was duly deconded by Trustee Geiselman. The ayes and nays ere taken upon said motion and upon roll call trustees Castleman and Geiselman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried, and ordered and bill paid.

It was further moved by said trustee Castlelman that a duplicate copy of Nill, No of T. B. Harris be made, which motion was duly seconded by trustee Geiselman. The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call trustees Geislman and Castlemand voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carred and ordered the Clerk to issue the order in conformity with said motion.

Be it also remembered that a contact was made with John Osborn, Said Osborn agreeing to clean out the sewer on Main Street for the sum of ($10.00) ten dollars and said Osborn agrred to perfor said work in a satisfactory manner and further agreed to warrant the work done by him

On motion said Board Adjourned Cha. Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris Pres.

Marmont, Ind. Sept 30, 1895
Be it rememebered that on the 30th dau of September 1895, the Board of trustees of the Town of Marmont, Indiana met in regular session persuant to the following notice towit:
    Notice of Special meeting

    To J. H. Caslteman and E. W. Geiselman you are hereby notified that there will be a speciall meeting of the
    Board of Trustees for the purpose of accepting the plat of Knapps addition to the Town of Marmont

    Said Meeting to be held at T. B. Harris' office at 7 o'clock p.m. September 30, 1895.

    T. B. Harris


We herby accept service of the above notice on us this 30th day of September, 1895
J. H. Castleman E. W. Geilselman} Trustees

And be it further remembered that there were present at said meeting Trustees T. B. Harris, E. W. Geisleman, and J. H. Castleman

In the matter of the Plat of Knapps addition to Marmont,
    Comes now Verdie May Knapp, by Samuel Parker her atttorney and Submits to the Board of trustees her plat of an addition to the town of Marmont and asks that the same be approved by the Board

and the board now appoints J. H. Castlelman, a special committee to examine said plat and said committee is directed to report at the present meeting of the board.

The said special committee now submits his report, which is in these works:
    The the Board of Trustees of the Town of Marmont, Indiana

    The undersigned of our committee to whom was referred the plat of Knapps addition to the town of Marmont now reports that he is familiar and will acquanited with the land platted, and that he has made a careful examination of said plat and finds the same in all things proper and correct, and he recommends that said plat be approved

    J. H. Castleman Special com.
A member of the board namely E. W. Geiselman now offers the following resolution and moves its adooption to wit:
    Upon the report of the special committe to whom was referred the plat of Knapps Addition to the town of Marmont Be it resolved that said plat be in all things approved.
    E. W. Geiselman


The members of the Board favoring the resolution were T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman and the resolution is declared addopted and said plat is approved by the Board

On motion said board adjourned

Charles Zechiel,

Clerk T. B. Harris Pres.

Marmont, Indiana Oct 7, 1895
Be it rememebred that on the 7th day of October 1895, The board of Trustees of the Town of Marmont, Indiana met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office And there were present at said meeting, Trustees, T. b. Harris, J. H. Castleman, and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the precviou meeting were read and approved

Be it futher remembered that Henry Zechiel recommended that a sidewalk should be built as follows towoit:
    commencing at the North East corner of the lot owned by Chas. Stahl, thence south on the West side of the street, past the Reformed Church to the South East corner of the lot owned by S. E. Medbourn connecting with the crosswalk on Washington St.


A motion was then made by trustee Castleman which motion was duly seconded by Turstee geiselman that
said recomendation be approved and that said sidewalk be and is hereby built in accordance with Ordinance No. 5, and also that said side walk be built by Nov. 29, 1895

The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees Castleman and Geiselman voted in the affirmative, and the resident T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried.

Be it rememebred that a motion was made which was also duly seconded that the town purchase sixteen, eighteen inch sewer, The ayes and naus were taken upon said motion and upon roll call Trusteees Geiselman and Castleman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris declared said motionj carried

Be it further remembered that upon report of the Town Marshall the follow persons were ordered to be notified to build sidewalks as per notice given namely
Geo. VoreisJames HoughtonJames GarnFrank Garn
Anton MeyerR GouldA D Toner Mrs. C C Beaber
Mrs Jane Brunk


On motion said Board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris

Marmont, Ind. Oct 21, 1895
Be it rememebered that on the 21st day of October 1895, The Board of Trustees of the Town of Marmont, Indiana, met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office at 7 o'clock, P. M., And there were present at said meeting Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geisleman
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.

Be it further remembered that the following bills were presented and ordered paid

Marmont, Ind. Oct 19, 1895
Town of Marmont to Jacob Patsel Der for Hauling gravel $13.50
Jacob Pastel
I, the undersigned hereby certify that the above bill is just, true and unpaid
Nathaniel Gandy

It was moved by Trustee Castleman which motion was duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman that the Bill of patsel be paid in road orders as per agreement

The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call Trustees J. H. Castleman & E. W. Geiselman voted in the affirmative and there being no votes in the negative, the president, T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried

Marmont, Ind. Oct 21, 1895
Town of Marmont to Nathaniel Gandy Dr.
9street crosswalks@$3.00per walk$27.00
2alley crosswalks@$1.50  "    "     3.00
-------
Total$30.00

I, the undersigned hereby certify that the above bill is just, true and unpaid
Nathaniel Gandy

Marmont, Ind. Aug. 31, 1895
Town of Marmont To Wm. Swigart, Dr.
Aug 5Hauling Plank    .25 cts
Aug 27   "            "      .25cts
27   "    tile     .25 cts
30   "    dirt on cross walks$1.00
Oct 9   "    tile    .25 cts
Total$2.00

I, the undersigned hereby certify that the above bill is just, true and unpaid
Nathaniel Gandy

A motion was made by Trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by trustees Geisleman. That the bills of N. Gandy and Wm. Swigart be allowed.

The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman, E. W. Geiselman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. HArris declared said motion carred, and ordered the clerk to issue order for the respective amounts

Be it further remembered that a motion was made by Trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman that the Town purchase two lots No. 4 & 5 in the Vandalia addition to the town of Marmont for $260.00

The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castlelman & E. W. Geilsman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried

Be iot also rememebred that a motion was made by Trystee Castleman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Geislman to sell lots No. 4 & 5 within Vandalia addition in the town of Marmont to Mrs R. K. Lord for $260.00

The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castlelman & E. W. Geilsman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried

On motion said Board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, clerk T B Harris pres of Board
Culver City, Ind. Nov. 4 1895
Be it remembered that on the 4th day of November 1895, the Board of Trustees of the Town of CUlver City, Indiana met in regular session at T. B. Harris; office, at 7 o'clock P. M. And there were present at said meeting tustees T. B. Harris, and J. H Castleman; Trustee Geisleman being absetn.

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and appreved

In the matter of Harris' Addition to the Town of Culver City (formerly Marmont) Marshall county Indiana

Comes now Thomas B. Harried by C. N. Tibbetts, his attorney, and submits to the Board his addition to the Town of Culver City (formerly Marmont) of Marshall county Indiana and asks that the same be confirmed and approved by said board of Trustees of said town And the Board now apponts James H. Castleman as a special committiee to examine said plat and said committes is directed to report at the presetn meeting of the said board of Trustees. The said committee comes now and reports on said matter as follows:
    To the Honorabe Board of Trustees of Culver City, (formerly Marmont) Marshall county Indiana

    Your committee to whom was referred the matter of the Plat of Harris' addition to said town, comes now and reports that he has examinded said plat and that he is well qcquainted with the gorund platted, and that said plat is in all things regular correct and proper and recommends that the same be confrimed and approved, and accepted by this board as an addition to said town.

    Signed James H. Castleman, Special committee
Upon the report of said committe James H. Castleman a member of said Board offers the following resolution and moves its adoption which motion is seconded by T. B. Harris, a member of sasid board

Whereas James H. Castleman, the special committe to whom was referred the plat of Harris' Addition to the town of Culver City (formerly Marmont) had made by his report that he has made due examination of said plat and is will acquainted with the ground platted and recommends the adoption of the said plat be and is hereby in all things accepted by the board of Trustees of said Town.

Upon the adoption of said resoultion those voting in the affirmative were James H. Castleman and T. B. Harries.

There being no votes in the negative the president of the Board declared said reolution carried and adopted and said plat approved confirmed, adopted and accepted.

Certificate
    I the undersigned, clerk of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Culver City (formerly Marmont) hereby certify that the foegoing is a true, full and complete copy of the record of the proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Culver City, (formerly Marmont) showing the action of the plat of Harris' additon to said town.

    Witness my hand and the corporate seal of the said town of Culver City (formerly Marmont) the 4 day of November 1895
    Chas. Zechiel
    Clerk of the Board of Trustees of Culver City (Formerly Marmont) Indiana
Whereas by the action of the Board of County Commissioners the name of the town of Marmont was changed to Culver City now therefore be it resolved by the Board of Trustees of said Town that the clerk be and is herby authorized to change the name "Marmont" in the corporate seal of said Town to "Culver City"

The members favoring the resolution were T. B. HArris and J. H. Castleman

There being no votes in the negative the president T. B. Harris declared said resolution approved adopted and accepted

Be it further remembered that the following bill was presented and ordered paid

Culver City, Ind. Nov. 4, 1895
To the Honorable Board of Trustees, For the cleaning out Tile ditch as per order, Ten dollars ($10.00)
signed John Osborn

A motion was made by J. H. Castleman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Harris that said bill be allowed. The yaes and nayes were taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees, J. H. Castleman and T. B. Harris voted in the affirmative and the presidniet declared said motion carried and said bill allowed.

On motion said Board adjourned

CHas. Zechiel, Clerk T. B. Harris Pres of Board
Culver City Indiana Nov. 18, 1895
Be it remembered that on the eighteenth day of November 1895, the Town Board of the Town of Culver City formerly Marmont, met in regular session at T. B. Harris' office at 7 o'clock P. M. and there were present at said meeting Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Catleman and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved

Be it further remembered that a motion was made by Tryusteed Castleman to postpone changing the corporate seal of the town. Said motion being duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman, the ayes and nays were taken upon said motion. Trustees J. H. Castleman, E. W. Geiselman dna T. B. Harris voted in the affirmatice and the president T. B. Harris declared said motion carried.

Be it also remembered that the following bills were presented and ordered paid

Plymouth, Indi. Nov. 7, 1895
Culver City, Dr. By T. B. Harris to H. G. Thayer & son to 32 ft 18 in serer pipe@ 68 cts per ft $21.76
H. G. Thatyer & son

Culver City Oct 26, 1895
Culver City to T. B. Harris for frieght $1.36

On motion which was duly seconded and carried said bills were allowed and ordered paid

Plymouth, Ind. Nov. 16, 1895
Culver City Incorporation Dr. to Oscar R. Porter for copying of Road list, four dollars $4.00
Oscar R. Porter, Auditor
by Alva L Porter, deputy

A motion was made by Trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by E. W. Geiselman, that
said bill be laid on the table for further investigation. The Yaes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon rolll call, trustees Castleman, Geilselman and Harris voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried

Be it further remembered that it was moved by Trustee Castleman which motion was duly seconded by Trustee Geisleman that the Marshall be notiefied to open the alley in the rear of N. M. & Co's store from Jefferon St. south to the next stre. The ayes and nays were Taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees Harris, Castleman and Geiselman voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. HArris declared said motion carried

It was further moved by said Trustee Castleman which motion was duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman, that orders be issued to all the town offical for all salary due them.

The ayes and nayswere taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustee J. H. Castleman, E. W. Geiselman and T. B. Harris voted in the affirmative and the president, T. B. Harris, declared said motion carried and ordered the clerk to issue said orders

On motion said Board adjorned

Chas Zechiel, Clerk

T B Harris Pres of Board
Culver City, Indiana, Dec. 3, 1895
Be it remembered that the town Board of the Town of Culver City, formerly Marmont, Indiana met in regular session at T. B Harris office, on the 2nd day of December 1895, at 7 cp'clock P.M. and there were present at said meeting, Trustees T. B. Harris, J. H. Castleman and E. W. Geiselman

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved

Be it further remembered that the Bill of O. R. Porter was taken from the table and motion was made by Trustee Castleman which was also duly seconded by Trustee Geislman that said bill be allowed; The ayes and nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees J. H. Castleman, E. W. Geiselman and T. B. Harris voted in the affirmative and the president T. B. Harris, declared said motion carred and said bill allowed

The following bill was presented and ordered paid

Culver City, Ind. Nov 26, 1895
Town of Culver City formerly Marmont to Henry Overman Dr. for replacing boxes to sewer on Main Street Seventy five cents ,75cts
I, the undersigned hereby certify that the above bill is just, true and unpaid.
(signed) Henry Overman

On motion said board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, (Clerk)

T. B. Harris pres. of Board.
Culver City, Dec 16, 1895
Be it remembered thar the town Board of the town of Culver City (Formerly Marmont) Indiana met in Regular session at T. B. Harris' office, at 7 o'cloks P. M. on the 16th day of December 1895 and there were present at said meeting, Trustees E. W. Geisleman, J. H. Castleman and T. B. Harris

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved

Be it further remembered that a motion was made by trustee Castleman which motion was also duly seconded by Trustee Geiselman, that the clerk issur an order of Two Hundred and sixty dollars in favor of Mr. Bass fot the pay't of lots Nyumber 4 & 5

The yaes & nays were taken upon said motion and upon roll call, Trustees, E. W. Geiselman, J. H. Castleman and T B Harris voted in the affirmative, and the president T B Harris declared the motion carried and instructed the clerk to issue such order in accordance with said motion.

On motion said Board adjourned

Chas. Zechiel, Clerk

T. B. Harris


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