Highway Muss. Moniay l ist was a lively day In the history of Justice Allegers court. Saturday last Fred Bonne, Henry Jioliue. . Hrnvin Sch'ulte. and Fred SoUulte, germana who reside in Adams county .sis miles south of this place, o;me to town to do some trading. "Wuile here they all visited the various S.tlo:is and from indications tilled themselves w.tb liop and malt juice until they were in quite a lively con - ; lu dition ami as they termed it, feeling jolly." As ths evening approached approached thay lnarded their convoyunce and started home. All went well nntii fthey reached the iron bridge south of town near the Wass homestead at Mrs. dinner. repast skill a this xeel iave i : them ! the : by and vhich point it appears their hore be - jnie auruiiiiiigeawe ana uaiieu uu u n,e rru,f M'Un j i tton and noticing the rapidly approach , N Hart .. .,ic;L - r - ,ta nt Kneed. At the same ime Arthur Steiiheim was driving his team along the road in the came direc - 1 lisivnnfr from bis wagon uufS w c i.ndei asped the horse by the bridle ud brought it to a halt This act of , i. f air rpiriipim. tUlUi.TieBS tju hjjc i' u v. . yesnlted in ilie . - cupants of the buggy Heurv Bohue and Herman Sctmlte let ting their passions get the better of jtliein. no doubt owing to their over laxed brain from "bug joice" and they flia vrv of iiitr . " t began to quarrel with Steirl.eim 8nd tuen liohne pot out of h s rig and as a re - ! nff battle be(! an. At thia b eult a huiulicnff battle benn. At tiua i,v ta?e of the affiir Fred Bohne, who by the the way is is quite ftebla owiug to hie aee c.iine up and he alighted from his buggy and at cn e took part iu the 4hn lively procr. ssing pai t of the pro ram. For a t ime fcteuheiin to tl,e ' vitnesse, btattd was hatdiing his at, - . BJUlan'ts quite lively lor a Loy having I .....L. ln n which HO fcn ii; ri'viic" fcuv. ... " - - Vra i Mr. and all oub: - was not musth of a task nnJer the over burdened load the parties were carrying. The melee at this iut became quite lively and might have rt'fuUed more serious than it did. Kteiiheiui grabbed a seat board and struck at onu of his antagonists but took 1 he boaid from his baud and istiuck Steirheim twice over tle head inflicting an ugly gash. Be Also received a cot on the hand and a ecratcu upon t he breast his blouse and hirt was also cut. Fred Bohne also received a ! ad cut on one of his fingers while Henry Uthue exhiLited a 1 eded np nose liand and oilur indications of being in a warmly contested battle. At the done of the encouuter all continued continued their jonrnev homeward but ijteirheim returntd - to town and filed wilidavit.s before John D. Alieger J. P. who issued urrants for the arrest of 1 1 ,riiM i ;n ti ta Marshal Densel in ( 1 the midnight honis went out nrd brought in his v c'ims but owing to . t ie time of their arrival being fcnuday njorning a d the risoners not yet hav . jug recovered fi m the whirling condition condition of their h ad" the cause was by their consent toiitirneJ nntil Monday ut which time when tbe trials were call ed the accused plead gniltv for whith 'rd Holme was fined 15.00 m 1 nosts nroonnt.iug iu all to - $36.50; Henry 13ohne $25 and cots nmoautiug t , A I R:i: H. i ma i SoUnlte $1 aud cost euro .ating to $18.9J. . touch is the fate of those who will indulge in the use of the vile stuff beer or whiskey to snch extent us to al:ow the earn e to get the better of their riidfrfineut. In this case tach was the ease for when sober father Bohue and Ban Ae quiet go. d peaceable citizen?. I j i I i of . i I .