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MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. VOL. VIII. MARSHALL, S A LINK COUNT V, MISSOLMU. OCT. !?(.. 1801. no. 37 CIRCUIT COURT. Susan WaliliiKton vs W II While, upiity; cont'd nt cost of pi (I. Fannie Marshall vs It M Kcyuolds, ciilly; cause (liNiuiitsctl at cost ( pill. William Torbcrt vs Robert Jeffries, damages; could generally. Delia A Smith ct al ex jiirtr. c.x parte; sher iffs feOft of sales apprnveil V T While V!t tmktiOkMi heirs of Mary A Hictt dec, (iiilc title; deuce fr plff. Jon.itliiu Simmons vs Until K Holmes it nl, equity motion to make vtsoiial represciita- lives of Kulit Campbell Ji iartics to suit, sus tains!. Josephine II Uyan vsll CMcid et al,vitiityi licit files motion compelling plff In Tile written contract I W D.mcs adm'r vs WO Goiter ndin'r, equity iovcrrules demurrer: deft lias until Dec I In file aniuvr.coul'd. Isaliel Hakctt vs Harriett llasctt et nl,citlity; court takes cause under advisement. Jacob VanDykc ct nl vs unknown lieirs of John Millerdrc'tl, quiet title: decree for plff. I) T Abell v M It Davis ct al, qui-t tillc;pM given leave to Tile amended petition iluripg term. W M NuvJor vs II C lilgiu ct al. partition; pi ft makes and files proof of publication. Marshall Town Mutual I'ire Insurance Co vs Hamilton Town Mutual Fire Insurance Co, damages; judgment for plff in sum of f,oo,mo. lion for ne-v trial nverruled. linmia Sprietzcr ct al vs Catherine Sprietcr et al, will contest; verdict for ilrfts will sus tained. S M Wilhlte et al vs V M T.ilnr, appeal; motion lor new trial overruled 1'. W Dawes adm'r vs W C Gouir adm'r et al, replevin; demurrer overruled, have to file answer by Dec Wm Rowland vs Marion Thomas, apjieal: verdict for plff ft damages. John W Kriley vs Frank White, appeal: mo tion for new trial overruled, inolHi and arrest of judgment. John Driskell vs Gunge Witcher, iipcal;mo. lion for new trial overruled. LaCrosse Lumber Co vs J ('. Ilolimleii et al, motion for new trial granted. G M Francisco Guardian vs James l.euuon et 1, revive judgment; writ of scire facia ordiidl Issued. A M Walker et al vs John Campbell et al writ of ertor: finding fordclt Jim Campbell. Hthelbert I, llhoades vs William A Reynolds et ul, attachment; interlocutory judgment by default. C II Vanstone vs V. I, Carpenter et id, debt; court grants new trial, motion to set aside new trial overruled, deft files affdt for appeal lo V C Court of Appeals, npcal granted. Slate of Missouri v James Wjngfielcl guar dian of George li Hud, appeal: I, W Scott ap pointed attorn.-)' for plff. State ol Missouri vs James Wiugfield mini of the estate of Anthony Sainml dte'd, nppinl: same entry. State of Missouri vs Jamc Wingfiald admr of the eslate of Manuel Hank dee'il. flpM-al; same entry. I' II Kea Imp Co vs J K Morrow et al, note; interlocutory judgment by default against defts. Assignment of Citizens Stock Hank. Com I' Stortsassiguev. assignment; assignee makes and tiles ioof of publication, accounts allowed and tcorts approved. Julia Walker vs Henry Walker divorce: dc crteof divorce for pi (I S JITS 1'll.ltl) nv .STUHTs. Com. I'. Storls. Assignee of Citizens Stock Hank, has filed suit against the following named parties: J no T. Rhoades, J.IMIridgcs, T. O. Mead and II. C. Mead, litigation spring ing from the old bank cases, on accounts mid uotts against these parties. MARRIAGE LICE SES. Jno Thomas nnd Illanche II Smith, Nnptou. William II. Karrlck, and Ad.die May Settles, LoilgWOod. WilliatnS. Ilanley, Nelson, and Maude I'!. Kay, Sweet Springs. George Schroll, Hlotr, and X.cll.i illi vins, Slater. L. C. .Shalletiberger and Myrtle Harris, Slater. HriiryC. HtoHii, Marshall, mid II. Luella Hurchfield, Sweit Spring. Otto Keidenback, and Katheritie Thierfelder, New Frankfort. Joseph Marti:, l-'iills City, Nclir , and Mary Julia Miller, Marshall. FIFTH SUNDAY CONVENTION Tke filth Sunilay rouveiitiiiii "t the ItiptM churches uf Siline will mc-t tin tun. .,1 Nap ton Del. i6th to j.jtli. iev. !.rt)t.iiu. Slid ton, Kemper anil V.ird'.'iiinn are upon the pio gram for addresses, DARKEY FOUND DEAD, Hinee Jiekson Succumb to Apoplexy in Camp Near Nelson Monday Night. Coroner Hold Inquest. A party ol Marshall men, including A. J Trigg, Httam Winning and Mr. Httskirk were out camping this week on the farm of L. W. Scott on Illnckwatcr near Nelson, enjoying u few days hunting and fishing, when the cook of their party, Ilince Jackson, slide red a very sud den death. Nothing wrong was noticed in his condition Monday night, when retiring, but next morning, Mr. Trigg found the negro dead in his lent. The coroner was immediately no tified and upon ex-unimtiou of the body it was found by the jury empanelled that the negro came to his death by ajioplexy. The body was brought to Marshall Wednesday and bur ied here. LIVE STOCK NOTES. J. I). Neker, of Illnckwater, bought a targe number of stock cattle In St. Louis last week. Marion Sparks, of Marshall, had a car load of mules and horse, each, on the Si. Louis mar ket Tuenlay. The Live Stock Indicator has this to say of Mr. Lail'ssaleonthc J4lhlwt: Mr. 1'. M. Lai!, of Marshall, widelyvown as one of the most successful Poland Cfeina swine breeders in America, and iUa;d'etas the world, will hold an auction sale ofslxty head, all ol his own breeding, on next Tuesday, October 24th. The sale will be at his farm adjoining the city and will probably contain more special attractions' than any former .sale he has ever made. It will afford breeders an unsurpassed opportunity for securing a lop boar, suitable lo head any herd in the country. J. T. Thorp had 1,118 pound steers on the St. l-onis market Wednesday from Napton, Mo., that brought 5.60. NEGRO BOY SHOT. Five negro boys from this city, went hunting down on Salt Fork several miles, Tuesday and came very near returning with one of their iminht't, forever missing. Will Gibson receiv ed a hod of fun shot I Mm the gun of Hen Col-di-t Jr , :s ,1 ustilt n( cither the carelessness or tick!i.siusMif the latter. lie was brought home in n wry critical condition and the shot picked from his breast by doctors.