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Saline " Republican.
MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY) MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899.
NO, 25 'A
ProbtU Oort ProoWJngt.
Past week, March lo-t6tli.
Iu re-estate of AH and Win
Prlemoutb, guardian ordered to
give additional bond.
In re-eMate of Mary C Hall et
al, final settlement of guardian ap
proved and recorded.
In rc-cstate. of Rich Fowler
dee'd. Order o( ante of the equity
of redemption of the interest of
said dee'd; granted to Pub. Adm'r.
In re-cstale Wm Krugcr dee'd.
Annual settlement of adm'r. ex
amined and approved.
In re-estate Catbetine Thomp
son; letters of guardianship grant
cd Mrs. Itlizabeth Thompson.
In re-estate of Lcona V. Drown,
adm'r ordered to pay claims ptcs
cnted to court and file receipts
therefor, then to be discharged.
I'roof of notice of publication filed.
J. Vandyke & T. C. Ralney file
their authority to act for fidelity
it .Deposit Co. of Maryland. Hx
ainincd, approved and filed.
. In re-estate,? of Philip Median,
proof of notice of publication filed,
'Final settlement examined and ap
proved. Order of distribution to
In rc-cstatc of II. 1). Mcdrew
dee'd. Proof of notice of pitbllra
ttou filed. Final settlement cx
a ruined and approved.
In re estate of Robt. G. Ware
dee'd. Order granted W. II.
Reavis to sell estate after regular
and due appraisement.
.HmmeirSSa nWVA'f.e Wl
minors. Report of sale by guar
dian examined and approved; and
order of conveyance issued.
In recstatc of Henry Kcehart
dee'd. Stephen Kcehart files in
iltory and intatamrnt of said
uwiitr1i is exanlned and ap
In re-.'state ot Mildred J. Sap-
piugtou dee'd. Anuual settlement
filed; examined and approved In
In. rc-cstate of J. I'. Jenkins
dee'd. Annual settlement cxamln
ed and approved.
In re-estate of II. C. Hunt
dee'd. Anuual settlement exam
Incd and approved.
In re-cstate of S. A. Johnson
Annual settlement examined and
In re-estate Irving Levy minor,
Guardianship ordered transferred
to Green county,
In re-estate of Nora Bollmau a
minor. Guardian files final receipt
and la then discharged.
In" rc-eMatc J. A. McCllntlc.
Annua settlement filed by execu
tors. Rxaaiaed and approved.
In re-estate Jno. Day dee'd.
Annual settlement filed and ap
proved. Adrur's report of sale ex
amined, approved and ordered of
In re-estate of Geo. Otic. An
nual settlement examined and ap
proved. In re-estate ol Jno. F. Davis
dee'dt lixecutors file bond ol
f 10,000, which Is examined and ap
proved. ; In re-estate of 8. M. & . P.
Stcan minors; annual settlement
examined and npprpved.
In re estate of CatharlueThomp.
sonet al; Inventory of F.lirabeth
Thompson examined and approv
Two car loads of mules belong
ing to Sparks lira's were among
the receipts on the St. Louis
S. Hvans of Sweet Springs had
two car loads of mules to arrive at
St. Louis market Monday.
J. I''. Kays of Mt. Leonard and
JtTcrsou D. Price of Blackburn,
had cattle on the Kansas City
H. 0. Terrell was lu. Kansas
City with hogs and cattle from
Ulackburn, Mo., Friday.
J. H. Klein of Hughcsvillc, Pet
tis county, was in St. Louis Tncs
lay with cattle and hogs, indud
lug 34 head of nicely rounded I,
304-pound steers good enough to
bring f j. 35. They were bought
by Swift t- Company.
J. P. Hvaus of Marshall had two
car loads of mules among the re
ceipts on St. Louis market Wed
G. II. Harrison of Glasgow, Mo.
was 011 the market with 26 bend
332 pound heifers sold at f.1.40 to
James Quintan for the Mound City
Packing Co. They were fed bv
Mr. J. M. Ncvil one of the most
prominent stockmen of Howard
county. The excellent finish on
these heifers is especially remark'
able from the fact that they were
only on feed ninety days. Wed
ncsday's Live Stock Reporter.
John T, Harris of Houstouia,
Mo-, marketed a choice load of 344
pound butcher hogs bought by
Grucusfclder at $3.87)5, nt St
Th: baru of Mr. J. A. Justic,
twoaudabalf miles snuljicskt n'f
Marshall was 'found to be on fire
about midnight -Wednesday night.
Such headway had been' gained by.
the flniu's. that any attempt to
save the building and contcuts was
necdk-s3 in fact nothing could be
Fight tons ol nay, at 1. nf
corn and eight horses were lost In
the conflagration. As there was
110 Insurance, the loss of i 1000 is
In no way alleviated. It is sup.
posed that some incendiary caused
this loss to the owner, to gratify
some personal malice, it Is to be
hoped tint If Midi Is the case, the
culprit may be brought to meet the
just punishment he deserves,
Ad Etrulcg With Mrs Uainy.
Mrs Mary Harvey entertained a
limited number ol friends Tuesday
evening at her home on North
hell, Ave. In honor of her friend,
Miss Louise Stevenson, of Chicago,
, Progressive games were indulged
in uuti' a late hour, the Interest con
tinuing throughout most spirited
Miss Stephenson has met quite
a number of old friends and ac
quaintances that she has uot seen
in years, since her arrival iu Mar
shall and during her short visit
with us has made hosts of friends
and admirers who will be sorry
when her visit comes to au end.
MissSlcvctison'hns charge of the
Decorative Art Studios at Hyde
Park, Chicago' and c hope she
may give au exhibit while in our
Refreshments of brick cream cake
salted almonds, cotTce and fruit
cake were enjoyed. Among the
guests were Misses Florian Yerby,
Louise Noble, Pearl and Peach Pat
lish nnd Pattle Page) Messrs II
Harvey, H Francisco, Adolph
Striker, Wm 'Walker and Chat
Michael Shreckler, an old and
highly respected, citizen, aged 72
years died at hi 'residence. oil
Hnglish Ave., Wednesday morn
ing at 3 o'clock from paralysis, af
ter au Illness of three weeks. Mr.
Shreckler returned from Hickory
0 unity only about three weeks ago
and had suffered bad health since
the first part of December.
Funeral services were held at
the Catholic church at 9 a. m.
Thursday, Rev. Father O'Ncll of
ficiating. Durial at Ridge Park
Deceased vcaaJiorn In Germany
In 1827; emigrating to America,
when very young, he first settled
in Kentucky and then In Saline
County, where he has long been
well known as one of its earliest
settlers. He once owned the large
tracts of land south of Salt Fork
between the Miami road and that
running directly north from Mar
shall. Mi, Slireckler's second
wife was a Miss Krnest, who with
8 children mouru the loss of the
head of the family.
The children are, Mrs. James
Reed, Jefferson City; Mrs. Lou
McAtee, Portland, Oregon; Mrs.
Gussic Burroughs, Oregon; Mrs.
Hd Jenkins, Oklahoma; Mesdamcs
Maude Samuels and Harry 'rd
way, of this city; Krucst Shreck
ler, of Oregon, and William of thin
The deceased member was a man
of jovial heart and free and open
disposition which made him popu
qiialiitancvs. W.thnse who now
Mr .nmntr ltla MaiH
mniiff Ins.. aSSTY" ?
mourn his losJ, the sympathy of
menus is exteuueu.
W 0 Tucker.
Dleds at hishoincon West Arrow
street, W C Tucker, aged 63 years,
of heart disease on Wednesday
morning, March ijth, about
U CIOCK. Tile klikCUKd nu AWlir
wood at home when death called
him; falling to the gronndi he
passed awy almost Immediately,
Mr Tucker came from Kentucky
and for many years icsldcd
Uoourlllc and for. awhile, taught
school iu Cooper county. Later h
came to Marshall where he ha
been engaged iu various pursu it
in which he formed a wideacquaiu
tanee aud mule many friends. He
was married in middle age to Mrs
Clark, n lady -who had been hi
first sweetheart and had afterward
married a Mr Clark.
Air Tucker was a man of very
cordial disposition, who impressed
tliose he met with his sincerity and
nobility of character. As' member
of the Ckristian church iu this
city, he was known as a man true
to his profession and zealous in his
Mrs. W. M. Courtuey died at
her residence in Slater on last Fri
day, March 10th, at 12 a. 111.,
aged 33 years', 4 months and 8
days. Deceased was born near
Liberty, this state, married Mr.
Courtney in 1892 and has only
resided In this county for a short
period. However In the few years,
many tics of loving friendship have
been formed with Slater acquaint1
ances'wblcli now, when torn as
under, produce au' aching void.
This christian woman "leaven a
husband and two children, to
whom the sympathy of the friends
(of thq family Is extended in this
The remains of Mrs- Courtney
were taken to Liberty and buried
In the city cemetery.
Died, George Arnold at his home
near Fairvillc at 10 o'clock Wed
nesday morning; of Inflammation
of the veins ol the left let:. De
ceased has been Iu bad health
since September, and since then has
passed considerable time In Illinois
undergoing treatment. He was a
prosperous well to do farmer, liv
ing on the old "Dick William's
place" near Fairvillc. He leaves
a widow and 3 children, the young
est a boy of 13 years, to feel the
loss of a good husband and father,
Died At his residence Iu Gil
liam, Tuesday, March 14th; 1899,
at 9:30 a. m., Madison Cheatham,
Born Nov. 33, 1821, Patrlckcoun
ty, Vn., aged 77 years, 3 months,
31 days. Funeral services at M
II church, South, Wednesday at
11 a. m., conducted by Rev. S. T,
Drown. Ilurlal at the Gilliam
beautiful line of Imported
ginghams just received ot the New
Hojt's Heard from.
The acquaintances of the Hurts
iu this city and county, will be
glad to hear the information rc
eclved as the nutcomiiigs of the
nrrt-Os iut lmi.rfntiinitlt nf iUdi
family down In the Indian TcrrI-
toiy. Wm. J. Hoyt the father
but on the contrary acquitted.
Mrs. Hojt died iu prison, before
the trial came off aud too soon to
witness the conviction of her sous
who received sentences of good
terms to the Missouri penltentl
rrogreu of Street Work.
The March rains of the first part
of the week succeeded in jxistpon
lug the work 011 the square as had
bct.11 announced, but Thursday
word was again icccived from the
Kansas City contractors, that
force of men will, if the weather
continues as at present, be sent
down Monday and possibly S.itur
day. The crushed rock for the
concrete is being hauled to the
square and dumed ou boards, laid
there for that purpose.
The Post Office Department has
aiiuoUnced through the Kansas
City papers, the names of the suc
cessful applicants, "for the three
mall carriershlps, examination's
were lately held for. They are
Messrs Myron - C ChafTce, I'ratik'
Hightshoe and Chauncc) C. Rich
ards, Mr. Chas. Starling received
the substitute carrlershlp. The
service in these places becomes cf
fective April 1st.
Alex Dean and Myrtle Ilrtstowc,
James Kvaus and Mnrtliu V. Mc
Grew, Sweet Springs. .
Wm Addisou and Stella Touccr,
Henry G. Fuji 11 and Rosa P.
J. F. Griflllng, Hrookfield, and
ISinma 1). Masterful), Sharon.
Spring over conts at the New
Pablli) School Msttlig.
Amass uiectlaeof theCitiieaa
of the School District of Marshall
s, hereby called to meet at. the
Circuit Court Room ou Thursday
evening, March 33rd, at 7:30
o'clock, for the purpose of consid
ering questions of Importance to
me i'ttuiic bchools of Marshall.
All who feel au Interest In our
Schools arc Invited and urged to
By order of the Hoard of F-duea-
Ablel Leonaid, Pres.
JnaicsA. Fisher, Clerk.
Some mlsunderstandini; urxm
the propositions to be voted upon,
icii to mis call, aside from a desire
to acquaint the voters better with
present conditions. One mistake
that has been made, Is concerning
tlie 4th proposition, or to Increase
the annual rate of taxation fifty
cents 011 the one hundred dollar,
which has been coustrued to mean
an increase of 50 cents over the
present levy, which is not the case.
Itls onlyan increase of fifty cents
over the miiiinum tax. or that
which could be collected without a
vote of the people. As the Increase
this year l y cents, it really be
comes an iuuease of outy 10 cents,
making the levy yo cents, instead
of $1 130 o misiiuderstood by some.
Hxclusive novelties iu dress fab-
tics at the New York Store.
Quite a number of our ntopla aro
at MIm Vlolev Itambcrgtr'a bomt,
Tuesday. Mtli. SIsr, A o' ' '
All nro cordis li; Invited to attend
the "flioo Iwt urlj" at our school
Iioiim'. lino Frldsy tuning March 17;
procrcdi Iu Imj used for library.
John Moloney ol Crotclivr met Ids
diolhrrlivraSnndij on tha 4 o'lock
train, from OnlwuMi whero Will Is
attending school at present.
Mr nnd tn Kr-d Klirs of Salt
Sprint; 1 paswd lliroiiE.li our town
Monday iiiroulc 10 Mirrtull to sltlt
MI.1 Mailu UVMi returned liowu
Trlday, slier a Icanl visit to her
Ulcr, Mr Jo llaniill, In Marshall.
Mr and Mr Jtm vlilttd relatives
iu Msridiall tul aud Suudaj, atlcuded
"llugsn's Allf)" lillo thorc.
Paul Kvam Wilted Ids sister Mils
LIHI-. who it ftlloadlng lbs M V 0
A very good attendance at our 8 8
last Sahbolh. to loud Iu soma report
.John Kennedy. Will Kcllet aud
James McKcerer wort la Marshall
Uondar. ..? 'i-xt ' -. v.
Mrs Jlru Miller ofsT'O Ii'tUmk
her motbar Mrs O O HutebtrsaB ?
Uob fimllli and diss Wlnilow visit
ed friends In Mt foaard Sunday,
Charley Wliulotir atlinded tbo spoil
ing match at Salt Springs Friday
John Mo Koever attended "Jfogan'a
Alloy" In Mar.hall Sat erenlog.
ttlchard lllllcbrand suado his usual
trip to Malta lloud, Sunday.
Mrs 0 C Ilufcherson. we aro glad.
to nolo Is much bolter-
MUs Allle Klypi jlillod Mlsa Jo.lo
11 CruuiiInK was In Maraball Tuts-
The New York Store is showing
some handsome crepons-
MONEY TO LOAN!
HAVE A CAR LOAD OF IT AT
1111721 L. P. VI LEY,