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Pennsylvania. November 22, 1893: Disinissed, with costs, per stipulation. Mr. H. C. McCormick for plaintiffs in error. Mr. Hill Burgwin for defendant in error.

No. 1034. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY v. BONNER MERCANTILE COMPANY. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the

a United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. October 16, 1893: Petition denied. Mr. T. C. Van Ness, for the Hartford Fire Insurance Company et al., in support of petition. Mr. M. Kirkpatrick and Mr. J. W. Forbis, for the Bonner Mercantile Company, in opposition thereto.

No. 392. HEINE SAFETY BOILER COMPANY V. ANHEUSERBusch BREWING AssociaTION. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Missouri. March 5, 1894: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation. Mr. Paul Bakewell for appellant. Mr. A. C. Fowler for appellee.

No. 391. HEINE SAFETY BOILER COMPANY v. SMITH FEED WATER HEATER AND PURIFIER COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Missouri. March 5, 1894: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation. Mr. Paul Bakewell for appellant. Mr. A. C. Fowler for appellee.

No. 91. HENLEY V. RICHMOND CHECK ROWER COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. November 16, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. R. H. Parkinson for appellant. Mr. E. E. Wood and Mr. Edward Boyd for appellees.

No. 92. HENLEY v. SHOEMAKER. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. No Cases not Otherwise Reported.

vember 17, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. R. H. Parkinson for appellant. Mr. E. E. Wood and Mr. Edward Boyd for appellees.

No. 80. HENRY V. VON LEAR. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. November 10, 1893 : Judgment reversed and cause remanded with directions to remand same to state court. Costs in this court and the Circuit Court to be paid by plaintiff in error. Mr. Silas W. Pettit and Mr. H. B. Gill for plaintiff in error. Mr. Richard P. White for defendant in error.

No. 12. HICKIES v. Philes. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona. January 22, 1894: Decree affirmed, with costs, for want of prosecution. Mr. Marcus A. Smith and Mr. Patrick O'Farrell for appellants. Mr. William H. Barnes and Mr. W. P. Montague for appellees.

Nos. 288 & 289. HUGHES v. DUNDEE MORTGAGE AND TRUST INVESTMENT COMPANY. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Oregon. October 25, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. J. N. Dolph for plaintiff in error. Mr. J. N. Dolph for plaintiff in error. Mr. Thomas De Witt Cuyler for defendant in error.

No. 916. HUGHES v. UNITED STATES. Error to the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania. October 23, 1893: Judgment affirmed for want of prosecution. Mr. E. S. McCalmont for plaintiffs in error. Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Solicitor General and Mr. Charles C. Binney for defendant in error.

No. 990. HUMEs v. THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF CHATTANOOGA. Error to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the

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Fifth Circuit. April 30, 1894: Dismissed, with costs, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. William A. Maury in behalf of counsel. Mr. Joseph Wheeler and Mr. Milton Humes for plaintiffs in error. Mr. William Richardson and Mr. George T. White for defendant in error.

No. 750. HUNTLEY V. MASSACHUSETTS. Error to the Superior Court of the State of Massachusetts. March 26, 1894: Dismissed, per stipulation. Mr. R. M. Morse, Mr. Albert H. Veeder and Mr. William J. Campbell for plaintiffs in error. Mr. A. E. Pillsbury for defendant in error.

No. 302. HUSKINS v. CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Tennessee. March 16, 1894: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. G. W. Pickle for plaintiff in error. Mr. Edward Colston for defendant in error.

No. 987. HYDE V. LAMBERT. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of Mississippi. April 9, 1894: Decree reversed, per stipulation, and cause remanded to be proceeded in according to law. Mr. E. B. Kruttschnitt, Mr. E. H. Farrar, and Mr. B. F. Jonas for appellant. Mr. Frank Johnston for appellee.

No. 1023. In re JAHN AND COMPANY. Petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. October 30, 1893: Petition denied. Mr. Edwin B. Smith in support of petition. No one opposing.

No. 241. JENNINGS v. BAEDER. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey. January

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26, 1894: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. Barker Gummere for plaintiff in error. No appearance for defendant in error.

No. 40. JOLIET MANUFACTURING COMPANY v. KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois. October 13, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. John W. Munday and Mr. Edmund Adcock for appellant. Mr. J. G. Manahan for appellees.

TUCKY.

No. 364. KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY V. KEN

Error to the Court of Appeals of the State of Kentucky. August 31, 1893: Dismissed, pursuant to the 28th rule. Mr. John G. Carlisle for plaintiff in error. Mr. W. J. Hendrick for defendant in error.

No. 403. KEYES v. PUEBLO SMELTING AND REFINING COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Colorado. March 19, 1894: Dismissed, per stipulation. Mr. Robert E. Foot for appellants. Mr. Charles E. Gast for appellee.

No. 133. KNEULE V. DELP. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. November 28, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. J. H. Heverin for plaintiffs in error. No appearance for defendant in error.

No. 1069. LAKIN V. ROBERTS. Petition for a writ of error or a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. December 11, 1893: Petition denied. Mr. II. L. Gear and Mr. William A. Mckenney, for Lakin, in support of petition. No one opposing.

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No. 205. LAMAL v. UNITED STATES. Error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Louisiana. January 12, 1894: Dismissed, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. Gus A. Breaux for plaintiff in error. Mr. Attorney General for defendant in error.

No. 290. Lawton v. EAGLESON. Appeal from the Circuit

LAWTON Court of the United States for the Northern District of California. March 14, 1894 : Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. Mr. M. A. Wheaton for appellant. Mr. James A. Skilton for appellees.

No. 418. Long Mox Que v. UNITED STATES. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of California. January 3, 1894: Decree affirmed for want of prosecution. Mr. E. B. Stonehill and Mr. William H. Lamar for appellant. Mr. Attorney General for appellee.

No. 643. LEVY, DREYFUS AND Co. v. Mack. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. April 6, 1894: Dismissed, per stipulation. Mr. James A. Hudson for appellants. Mr. H. A. West for appellee.

No. 65. LE WARNE V. MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United

. States for the Eastern District of Louisiana. October 26, 1893: Dismissed, with costs, pursuant to the 10th rule. H. L. Lazarus for appellant. Mr. W. W. Howe for appellees.

Mr.

No. 88. LOUISVILLE, NEW ORLEANS AND Texas Railway COMPANY V. BURNETT. Error to the Seventeenth Judicial District Court of the State of Louisiana. November 15, 1893 : Dismissed, with costs, on authority of counsel for plaintiff in

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