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Dnckat for tho Jnuimry Terra, 18R1.
ttlRST WAY, MONDAY, JAHUAtlY 3D, 1881.
State vs "William McLalu.
Sam vs William Lends.
Bame vs Jacob Vnrnes.
Same vsCad M Slaughter.
Samo vs James Garrotu
Same vs Levi Grouser,- f,'.
Same vs William Lewis, otal.
Same v Oregon Haines,
Samo vs William Morse,
Same vs Ezra Cotton.
Sanie vs Presley Hicks. .
, Samo vs Elam ,K Hunter. t r
Same vs Daniel Baldwin.
Clrnnd Jury C'hsch,
,S(tato vs Albert Crooks.
Samo vs William Tall, ,
Civil Cases, .,'
SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1831.
( 1, Win. Mimkers vs K 0.. St .1 & C B ' R K
, 2. Same vs Same.
3. W W Caldwell,, Adm'r vs James Ltiman,
ot al, , .
. 4. J D'RIohardsou vs Holt County, et al.
1 5. E H Brown vs David Itunyon,
6, Lewis' M Swan vs .Sa rah lH Swan.
T. q 0 Catron vqtC, 6 St J & 0 $ ft It Co.
8. V&GE Strlckler vs Jolin, ifrcAdains &
9. M&CE Strlckler vs George Rogers,
10. Martha E Johnson -vs-K G.; St J & O B
11. Weed Sowing Machine Co vs C Phibrlck
and J T Howell.
12.c BP Zok vs Samuel Pattoh.'
1$. Clark Irvine vs John M Young.
U fame, v John McCormlck.
15,. Same vs Benjamin McCormlck.
' l6 Silas M Glass & T J Pdt?ra ys'k 0 St J &
17. Jeff Deboardvs Abram.aiid EUpii Louoks
is. Francis M Thompson, vs Franqls T GnlU
1, Elizabeth H Chaso vs Wm H Chaso. Jr.
SO. Wm M Catron, efc r1 vs Samuel Chaney.
Aubra, C Spray ts Wm F Owly,
MY. WBDNRIDAY, JANUARY 0, IBM.
( WFTn DAY, PKIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1831.
I 57. Robert P Zook vs John and, Goorgo Pat
ton, ot al.
BS John D Rlchardspn, Kx Parto,
60. J h Johnstun vs JC 0 St J & 0 R R Co.'
60. MA Dult vs W H H and Mollle Glmpklus
Ol.BMary A Johnson vs James Conner.
83. R P Uwb and E A Brown ys J W Ogle.
64. State by Collector vs Alvaro Jamison.
85. Same vs Georgo InghrUm,
6G. Same Wm H Chase. .
67, 8amo vs Wm l Arnold, et al,
' 68. Sanio vs Win H Chiles, ot al.
. 8'J. Samo vs Mary Dorland, et al.
70. Same ys Lillian Spencer.
,i7l. Same vs Win Bledsoe. 7 .
.,72. Samo vs Donnis Wood, et al. f 1
73, Same vs Silas J Davis.
74. Same vs Nathan Iludson and Shirley &
, 75. Same vs W It Nnriigor, ot al.
. 70, Same vs Silas S Grlgsby.
"' 77. Samo vs Leander Alllsonet al.
'., ,7$ Same vs Zlmrl Hestor.
70. Same vs Wm Jenkins.
80. Same vs Philander Johnson, otul.
81. SamevsJi F Hast hits.
f82. Same vs W C Solmlller.
83. Same vs Agnes J Bowun, et al.
84. Samo vs Udknown Partloi.
Samo vs Chris Shults.
66. Samo vs J A Deimuh,
87. Same vs Jeremiah Stultsl
88. Samo vs. T A Davis and M A Duff.
89; Same vs Enoch Guy.
90. Same vs Mary F Whltnsy, ot al'.
, 91. Sam ys W F Stewa'rl, ot al.
flIXTH DAY.JBATURDAY, JANUARYS, J831.
Co YS Will II
Adams & M
Martha Billings vs Georuo P Billing.
i;wim' ti liiiuuuucK. a nu to it hi
v.....-,.. "- nr m
.umM n ravne vh i
MV& OE Strlckler vs Samuel and Phoebo
M&CE Strlcklr vs James J Artt.
Martha H Combs vs Michael Debnltr
Hamo vs Lewis Keames.
Sullivan Savlngtt Institution vs James
John H Glenn vsHS&AR Buzlck.
8ingcr Sewing Machine Co vs Joel Hes-
C8 Aniistrong vs J B Chambers.
Andrew Cnunfv vs Bank of St. Joseph.
Same vs ft OSt J&GBH ill Co.
FfazorWllson & Co vs M Gol J.sberry ot a I
Gob W WHdrlck vs John Meyer
James Kneale vs John P Walker.
Wm Baldwin vs itenrv juiihoii.
Asa Turpln vs Baxter Bean et al.
WmUnderwoftd vs Itlley KHrlckson,
C4 McCoy &C J Moore vs K C St J
.TnhnC Hendricks vs Daniel M Blevlns.
FOURTH DAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1681.
48'.Kobert V Zook vs Edmund Kmvln. .
t,,o w .iuiers yh Laura Andors.
" -V 1 -v.. .....I Tl.l.t. Innl,
.IF itOSH VS. MA Willi " '"
Marv Slprrcttvs Wm H Sterrett.
Miirv A Johnson vs John N Johnson.
Kali SliepUonl. et al vs John Shop
hord. . .
Van & AHlo Taylor vs Jolin & wetty iuu
jolin G ninkle vs .hmies Rimisey. .
Susan Vlnlng vs Chnrles O Vu Ing.
wm n Ka'pctrii vs Kllya Baulwlu, .
S i Trwe vs An.audaMoCnllaret al
Will ! w Diivoiiport vs Fred Myers and Ji
jS T and Fanul Noland vs The City
J F0los"vs Win Long mu Frnnk iIIr
According to nil the. prophets anil
proplieoios our wintor has. bemn for a
Ouo.more leap year party is to take
place before the "one in four" leaves
A large party of young fo ks wore
invited to Mr. Fry's last Friday eve
ning in hunor of" their son who has re
turned from the H est. He took groat
pains to let the young ladies know that
he eoiiie for the especial purpose of
.getting- a wife, and that if he returned
without one it would not be his fault.
Oh ye Gods! It would have done the
, .-heart of our editor (no insinu tioii, at
all) good to have been the blushing and
casting dbwn of oyos, upon the receipt
of this bit ot" information. But imajr
ine if you canthe consternation that
followed wlijjn the company were in
formed that it was too ba(L All the
girls tli at Ja.o liked were engaged, and
those who wore not engaged he did not
like. Soon after, the party arrived at .
thoir destination they were invited out
to supper. Tlioy found the table load
ed with everything calculated to satisfy
,02. State by Collector, v H W Harrison and wants Of hungrv humanity It is
unnecessary to state that justice was
doue the sumptiotis supper After an
evening spent with music,; p.lays, some
danoinq:, and much fun, the young
folks walked baotf, gottiny: here about
one o'clo.ok or half past It was
unanimously voted "a very pleasant
We are sorry to learn that "'ttoss"
Adams is chilling again.
MrWill lrr passed through here
Monday on his way hwme. Thercmnst
be some greater attraction than '.'lay
ing Mp a stock of goods" in St. Joe for
him, judging from the number of visits,
there. Madam Rumor says he is try
ing to secure';. legal right u. a Ford.
W L Dillingham.
93. Same v Jam a Jones
,04. Bame vs J B Howell, et al.
05. Ssme vs Wm It Wade", et al.
6. Same vsJaimuP Jackson.
07. Samo vs Nancy J Hill.
M. Samo v.t Richard Duncan.
1 9. Same vs J N Orndorf aud J N Kwell
100.. S;une ys Edwin Tolo.
101; Samo vs J6hn Hill,
10J. Siimj vs Geo Trook and Cordolia John-
103. Samo vs Israel O llamon.
Sauio va M D Brown.
10i. Samo vs Wm Burge.
100. Same vs Fred McCrady.
'107. !iamo vs Andruw (Jrclnor.
log,. Same vs John G Nauinau.
10i.( Same vs W It Wllllums.
lib. SamcYs Rlchar.llolilson.
111. Same vs Reuben Beiitly,
ll'J. Same ya N .M Vance.
U0. John W Hart. vsYoiiii & Raton.
III. Punk-;; '& Lovmg v.i Joseph and Daniel
12.!. M.try .1 VI. i mis va Wm J Williams
123. N U'.'iudlo vi It P Lambet al.
124. Win Kue.fr as Win II AlcUoy.
125. CDtjiiiilh&Covs Saiuu.
126. Moyi'r Si AJoyrM v.i Same.
127.. Kd D JNlixoy vs .Same,
128. Turner Frnzur & (?o v hamo,
120. Catharluo and Wm l)iau vs Snnic.
130. Ueorgo and Klizaii tlx .Mlllnr va Jehu
irosiT, et al.
Three Irishmen, who had dug a
ditch for $4t were quite at loss to know
how to divide the pay "nqually." But
one of the number had been to sckool,
and reached division in arithmetic, so it
Wits left to him. He didit qjgrnce, say
insi, "It's aisy enough. fflrTieie's lvo
for you two. and two for m too." The
two received their portion with-a prouily
increased respect for the advantages
t 131, Henry A ltedmund vs Kast Forest Fiour- which Jeuming gives to a man.
Ulg J 111 Ull.
182. Caleb Mlllm- Kx and lamina Flold- ys
Mary Janu Wf.it m , et al.
133. lilmlna Fields v Kb Kuzsllo,
T.184. Jo'tu fiUrlgn), ek al v Hliitliu Klolds
125. Miry Wtlknr vi J.ilm .ralkr.
130. Pri'drlcK H dlman v.s Amuiia A Hon'mau
137. Jonai I! & Jordan .I !Muu?y vs John V
I33. Maliud.iJ ForttMu v ixsm-ge S-h:it.
un. -vustiu Ram wy an. I rr.iu ltlei m Vou.i
140. Mjuy flarnelt v"s t'harlt Kellar.
HI. J5 U IFU.iams vs Alimnda M iniliams.
142. Heorgu H Hall vs Frflde Taminan,
, 143, Samo vs Frcdnluk Jnintioii.
141, M K & I) I. Hitltslvttcr vs (Jldeon llost
wb'l:, ft al.
145. nill-.un Beaucitainy v .loan ir Stokes.
140. Richardson & JFyllevs Jl'm Riley.
'147. John L (Jliuitlng vs. tiiiorgo Brown,
148. John II Glenn vs Henry .i Bu.l k.
, 149. IF I.Caldwell vsnirajn rei',-et al
150. Isaac MoCowon vs KM .1 MoC wen.
TriK Weatmer. S.iid a very good old
nr.tf., "Some folk nru always conjplaiuing
aUtut the weather, but I am very thank
ful when I wake up in I he morning and
Xi ii ..I -ny weatVer at nil." We may smile
at the simplicity of (IiokoocI .old man.
but still his Intfiuiue' indicates a spirit
that contributvs much to a calm and
peaceful life. It is wiser and bettor to
cultivate that than to bo contiimJiy
?amplaininK of things as they nr..
A convicted fojxns milrdeier, 1.. W
confession, opens in this stylo "1
scratch you a tow lines to let you know
flint I still float through the gentle breeu
v& of misery-; but, according to tho de
cision of the appellate court, I guess it is
Misfl Kate Sanborn, of Boston, , rives" nl"t 'pea mtf jttU me JO
morning Ic-turos. S'.c wtvild give even- ft bear our uiisfortunea m this wir
ing lectures! but !. isn't married.