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VI. VII t.
MAHSHAl.l,, S A LINK COUNTY, MISSOURI, OCT. aw.
W T White vs unknown heirs ol Mary A
f lett, dec. quiet title; I. W Scott elected spec
I judge to try case
m Jonathan Simmons vs Rufus 15 Holmes ctnl,
gfuiltyj proof of publication filed,
3 Madison Williams v.s Mary Ferguson, parti
Jon; cont'd generally.
J C Q McGlnuis vs unknown heirs of W II
JHmmons et al, quiet title; deft given until Jan
r5lli to file answer.
jgj Isabella Moffatt vs Charles Marshall et nl,
quiet title; deft given until Oct oth to answer,
jvfjohu W Wooluuis et nl vk Charles W Wool
tafcis, quiet title; pi IT fillej proof of publication.
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mages; cont'd by consent-
Sarah M Green vs the City of Marshall, dam
Iges; dismissed for want of prosecution.
Mary Ferguson vk Madison William, dam
;e.i; cont'd generally b consent.
;Gcorge Cicrkin vs W A II McKinticy et nl,
tfectment; cont'd nt cost of plff.
K W McClelland vJ Robert b'lggiiis, con-
tnct; settled nnd dismissed.
Ij J Ctmpltell vs W C Cower, adm'r, appeal;
Willarry Ucridcr vs Henrietta Gilliam et nl,
Wantages; cont'd by consent.
JW W Kendall Boot & M.oc Co vs II l-'iank-He,
attachment; cont'd by consent.
Swofford llros Dry Goods Co vs II I'raukliu,
achtuent; cont'd by consent.
Kiev Stlx & Co vsjoscph Wilson, sheriff, re-
:plc; cont'd by consent.
JK O livans vs M A I'lce ct nl, appeal: judg
' M"t for plff In sum of $230.80.
fijJlarry 15 . Hauscvs Robert Stioddy ct al. cer
tiorari: plff takes new suit.
S Thames A Bryues vs.WC Gowcr adm'r, np
Ml; cont'd generally,
tfllarry Moulton vs A J Hlackman, npeal:
Judgment for plff In sum of f 1
ipjonci llros Live Stock Com Co vs J 1; Ijng,
flevin; cont'd at cost of plff.
SJfr.it Mnrkcy vs C W Hodman, nttachuietit;
dismissed at cost of pill.
-fjkjtmts V Avery et nl vs Leora Carpenter et
M, utt(tchmeut; nttachmeut dismissed: judg-
gtut, for plff.
fiiierally by consent.
5Smtn I IlakervsC II V.mtone. notexont'd
Ijamcs B WUItc vs W R Hicks ct nl, uote;set
tied, deft withdraws note.
Kthellictt I. Rhoades vs William A Reynolds
et :il, attachment; plff files proof of publication.
William Voquett vs Harry Hudson, note:
dclt files motion to dismiss.
Julia Walker vs Henry Walker, divorce; deft
filts demurrer to plfTs petition, plff files motion
for alimony finding suit-
Petit and Grand Juries Selected for November
Term of Criminil Courti GillUm Incorporated
LIVE STOCK WORLD.
County Court met in regular session Monday
at which all the Judges, clerk and sheriff were
presort Juries for the November criminal
court were selected as follows:
Arrov Itatk.I, I-'rcnch.Geo llradhaw;lllack
watrr, l-'urve llcltwood, Jas Marr; Clay, Sam
Drown. IkrXickell; Cambridge. II C Mead.W
I. Decker, I'll Kittson; Klmwood, J S llitt, G
Thornton; I.ilicrty, W 1! Claycomb, S K
llrudy; Grnn.l Pass. J I. .Veer, J P DeMoss; Ml.
ami, Jan Cresay, Samuel Grady, Thos CundilT;
Marshall. W S Holmes, llrnck Martin. CJ
Wheeler; Salt'I'oud, Mnc Hubbard. Henry
Arrow Rock, 15 1' Grimes; Illack Water. Win
Reno; Clay. Jack West; Cambridge, Robt Ay.
tcs; Iilmwood, J W Taylor; Liberty, Chas
King; Gratid Pass, M W Walker; Miami, Hen
ry Mutctis, jr: Marshall, Thos Zimmerman, S
Chapline; Salt I'ork, Win Hnzlcp: Salt I'oud. II
The H.tillou presented by Geo. I). Swinitey
fur the ineororatioH of Gilliam was considered
nnd granted. TheRo.nl Commissioner wn-. or
dered to inspect, survey and report upon public
load petitioned for by Jus l'iier. A rejxirt of
the completion of stone walk around the court
liotfe filed and warrant allowed for 3,087.
54 to 15. C. Thorp in payment for the Mine.
Court adjourned Tuesday.
C. I- ('.Mi! Imd u load of 1,176 pound steers
on the St. Louis market from Corder, lint
were bought by Swift .t Company nt $5.70,
R. II Wright, of Ml. Leonard, marketed 34
cattle iiveiiigii'g 1448 Ibt nt fO.Ho In Chicago
A M Guthrcy, of Marshall, marketed In
Chicago li-t Thursday, 33 cattle, averaging
IJS5 lb, nl Mki; .S averaging 1517 lbs, at
).f,o. Tin ie cattle were fed by Isham Pow
ell, 11 piotuiiient fieder of Higbee, Mo.
1. C. HnymiMiof Houstotiia, marketed 71
hind of srop -und hogs in St. Louis lastThurs
do sold to Philip Keiin for the St- Louis
butiher trade at? (.73.
W. W Ci 111:1 had cattle on the St. Louis
market Tuesday from l-'alrvillc, including r,.
51ft iHiund stierssolil al $6.33 and 1,300 pound
steers at f, 85 They were bought by Swift .V
J T. Thuip Iioil 1,37 pound steers on the
St. Louis market Wednesday from N' ton,
that realirid 3-75-
"""SALINE MEN AT ST- LOUIS FAIR.
Notes fi-tiin i.ImIk- IK-niiH'ritt.
Chnille Leonard, of Saline County, Mo.,
came duun to judge the cattle. Mr. Leonard
says Marshall had one of the best street fairs
last week lu-ld iu the state, and that his town
has udvaueid rapidly within the past year in
the way oi improvements. Crops iu Saline, he
says, arc good.
II- C. Taylor, from the 151k Hill Stock Harm,
Kt'piug, Mo , is lure witli ten head of high
bud Hotting hoiscs, bmong them a pair of high
stepping maris. Mr. Taj lor says he wilt have
a pulille side of horses nt Marshall, Mo., on
OctoUr 1 2 and 13.
C. I.og.duti, of Saline County, brought dowu
11 pairol matched mares which attracted a good
deal ol iitleiitiou Irom the fact that they pos
sess spud and ate fine lookers,
David Vnu Meter and Florence S. Hislc, Mi
nim. Ira Olis Hanks nud Melissa lillcti Jackson.
V. A. Doty, Graud Co., Okla., and Rosa L.
John Acord nnd 15va May I'hitlips, Marshall.
Wl lie A. Nnyloi nud Matilda l'edcrson,
Two years ago, the criminal court of Pettis
county convicted Isaac nud Samuel Rcdclay,
two cattle dealers of the Hughesville district,
of toigery; s.-uuueiug lth , to terms. In the
p.u'tvntia y. Isaac Retlclay, when released in
JifTvison city rckfiilly, was immediately placed
under i.rrest liy Sedalla ofTicers and brought (o
that city, where he appeared for trial Monday.
The case ugalust him however, upon motion of
the prosecuting attorney was dismissed and
Isaac ltedelay, ngaln fiuds himself no louger
under the p. nalty of the law. His broth
cr, '.unlet il.t- good behavior rule, will be ol
lowed his Illicit' in a short time,