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No. 61. HAWLOWETZ v. Kass. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. November 4, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. Paul Goepel for plaintiff in error.

Mr. Arthur v. Briesen for defendant in error.

No. 204. HAZARD V. AMEs. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts. November 20, 1889: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. J. M. Wilson in behalf of counsel. Mr. Elias Meruin for appellant. Mr. John F. Dillon, Mr. S. Bartlett and Mr. Robert D. Smith for appellees.

No. 205. HAZARD V. AMES. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts. November 20, 1889: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. J. M. Wilson on behalf of counsel. Mr. Elias Merwin for appellant. Mr. John F. Dillon, Mr. S. Bartlett and Mr. Robert D. Smith for appellees.

No. 1522. HENNESSY v. Bacon. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota. December 9, 1889: Docketed and dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. C. K. Davis for appellees. January 13, 1890: On motion of Mr. M. F. Morris for appellant, order of December 9, 1889, set aside and leave granted to re-docket the case on payment of costs, and upon the further condition that the case be submitted on printed briefs on or before the first day of the next term.

No. 1518. Hinds v. HINDs. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. November 25, 1889: Docketed and disinissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. Martin F. Morris for appellee.

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No. 1175. HORSFORD V. GUDGER. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of North Carolina. January 27, 1890: Decree reversed per stipulation. Mr. Theodore F. Davidson and Mr. Andrew Fiske for appellants. Mr. H. A. Gudger for appellees.

No. 1557. HOWES V. KELLOGG. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of California. April 21, 1890: Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Mr. Thomas Mitchell for plaintiff in error.

Mr. H. A. Barclay for defendants in error.

No. 827. Iowa Falls And Sioux City RAILROAD COMPANY v. BECK. No. 828. SAME V. WENTWORTH. No. 829. SAME v. NICHOLS. No. 830. SAME v. NICHOLS. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa. March 24, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. Isaac S. Struble in behalf of counsel for plaintiffs in error. Mr. William L. Joy for plaintiffs in error. No appearance for defendants in error.

No. 70. JEFFRIES V. BARTLETT. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Georgia. November 6, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation of the parties. Mr. Ilenry Jackson for plaintiff in error. No

appearance for defendant in error.

No. 317. JUMEL v. Chester. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. April 2, 1890: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. Charles E. Hovey in behalf of counsel.

Mr. Thomas M. Wheeler and Mr. George S. Boutwell for appellants. Mr. Douglas Campbell for appellee.

No. 233. JUSTICE v. VIRGINIA. Error to the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of Virginia. March 21, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. John S.

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Wise, Mr. Joseph Christian and Mr. John Goode for plaintiff in error. No appearance for defendant in error.

No. 521. KINGSBURY V. MURRAY. Error to the Supreme Court of the Territory of Montana. April 7, 1890: Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction, and cause remanded to the Supreme Court of the State of Montana. Mr. Hiram Knowles for plaintiff in error. Mr. Walter H. Smith for defendant in

error.

No. 327. KITZMILLER v. PIERCE. Error to the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of West Virginia. May 1, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. Joseph T. Hoke and Mr. C. C. Cole for plaintiff in error. No appearance entered for defendant in error.

No. 259. KRIPPENDORF v. HYDE. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. April 1, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. D. V. Burns for appellant. Mr. J. L. McMaster, Mr. Augustin Boice, Mr. Benjamin Harrison, Mr. A. W. Hatch, Mr. Lew. Wallace, Mr. Horace Speed and Mr. Henry Wise Garnett for appellees.

No. 1154. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY V. PENNSYLVANIA. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania. May 19, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. M. E. Olmsted for plaintiff in error. Mr. M. E. Olmsted for plaintiff in error. Mr. W. S. Kirkpatrick and Mr. John F. Anderson for defendant in error.

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No. 267. LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY v. SCOFIELD. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Ohio. April 3, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on authority of counsel for plaintiff in error. Mr. George C. Greene, Mr. Ashley Pond and Mr. E. J. Estep for plaintiff in error. Jr. J. E. Ingersoll for defendants in error.

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No. 360. LAMSON Cash RAILWAY COMPANY V. MARTIN. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts. October 28, 1889: Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. M. B. Philipp, of counsel for appellant. Mr. M. B. Philipp for appellant. Mr. T. L. Livermore and Mr. Frederick P. Fish for appellees.

No. 325.

Law v. FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of Ohio. May 1, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. Joseph Wilby for plaintiffs in error. Mr. E. W. Kittredge for plaintiffs in error. No appearance entered for defendant in error.

No. 1362. LE BRETON V. JENNINGS. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of California. March 17, 1890: Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction. Mr. W. C. Belcher for plaintiffs

Mr. J. C. Bates for defendant in error.

in error.

VANIA.

No. 1574. LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY v. PENNSYL

Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania. May 19, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. M. E. Olmsted for plaintiff in error. Mr. M. E. Olmsted for plaintiff in error. Mr. 11. S. Kirkpatrick and Mr. John F. Sanderson for defendant in error.

No. 430. LEICHT v. MOLANE. Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa. May 19, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. William A. Mc Kenney on behalf of counsel. Mr. P. Henry Smyth for plaintiff in error. Mr. W. E. Blake and Mr. S. W. Packard for defendants in error.

No. 452. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY v. MEDAY. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. January 13, 1890: Dis

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missed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. James Lowndes, on behalf of counsel. Mr. John L. Cadwalader for plaintiff in

Mr. William P. Chambers for defendant in error.

error.

No. 260. Maag v. IIYDE. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. April 2, 1890 : Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. D. V. Burns for appellants. Mr. A. M. Hatch and Mr. Lew. Wallace for appellees.

No. 520. McCAULEY v. MURRAY. Error to the Supreme Court of the Territory of Montana. April 7,1890: Dismissed for the want of jurisdiction ; and cause remanded to the Supreme Court of the State of Montana. Mr. Hiram Knowles for plaintiff in error.

Mr. Walter H. Smith for defendant in

error.

No. 130. MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF KNOXVILLE V. KyoxVILLE AND Ono RAILROAD COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Tennessee. November 19, 1889: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. C. L. Houk for appellants. No appearance for appellees.

No. 287. MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY V. ADAMS. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. April 28, 1890: Judgment affirmed, with costs and interest, by a divided court. Mr. Augustin Boice, Mr. Charles A. Kent and Mr. John L. McMaster for plaintiff in error. Mr. Attorney General for defendant in

error.

No. 308. MILLER v. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Michigan. April 25, 1890: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. Frederick A. Baker for plaintiffs in error. Mr. George William Moore for defendant in error.

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