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tions of States, and the rights of citizens are argued and decided. No more, forever, will they be seen here; but their words of wisdom and authority remain. Grateful memories solemnly linger around their recorded opinions. Our successors, and those who come after them, will, as we do now, ponder over their imperishable thoughts with pleasure and profit. Humbly following their example and emulating their virtues, we may hope that when our time comes to go from this earthly court to a higher judgment seat, we can look cheerfully into the Great Hereafter, and like them, too, leave behind us "footprints in the sands of time."
To which Mr. Chief Justice Waite made the following reply:
The Court unites most cordially with the Bar in honoring the memory of the late Judge CUB
TIS. I had not, myself, the pleasure of his personal acquaintance, but it needs no such acquaintance to know that, as a lawyer, he was true to his clients and just to the courts, and that, as a judge, he was upright, learned and practical. An able and useful lawyer, and an honest and honored Judge is dead. The court mourns his loss, and trusts that the time is far distant when his professional and judicial life will not be looked upon as worthy of imitation by lawyers and judges.
The clerk will enter the resolutions of the Bar, and the remarks of the Attorney-General in presenting them, upon the records, and as a tribute of respect to one who, while a member of this court, performed all his duties faith. fully and well, we will now Adjourn for the day.
Citizens' Sav. & Loan Asso. of Cleveland
"Claims of Marcuard et al.,'
Clark, Bailey, Coll. v.
Clark v. Iowa City,
Clarke, Exr., United States v.
Clinkenbeard v. United States,
Clough, N. W. Union Packet Co. v.
Coates, Cooper v.
Coit v. Robinson,
Colby, First Nat. Bk. of Selma v. "Collector, The, Pahlman v." Colt, Franklin Fire Ins. Co. v.
406 Express Co., Southern, v. Caldwell,
481 Eyser, Western Union Telegraph Co. v.
Com. Nat. Bk. of Cleveland v. Iola City, 463
Connoyer v. Schaeffer,
Conrad v. United States,
Conrad, United States v.
Bk. of St. Louis,
328 First Nat. Bk. of Decatur v. Home Sav.
326 First Nat. Bk. of Selma v. Colby,
Elliott, Robinson v.
455 Equitable Safety Ins. Co. v. Hearne,
Erie Railway Co., St. John v.
427 Evansville & C. R. R. Co. v. Androscoggin
320 Ex parte Robinson,
517 Ex parte Sawyer,
517 Ex parte United States,
477 Express Co., Adams, Vermilye v.
McPhaul v. Lapsley,
McQuiddy v. Ware,
McShane, Treas. v. Union Pacific R. R. Co.,
McStea, Matthews v.
Maguire, North Missouri R. R. Co. v. Maguire, Pacific R. R. Co. v.
Magwire, Bailey v.
Mahone, American Life Ins. Co. v.
Mann, McCarthy v.
"Marcuard et al., Claims of," Marcuard v. United States,
Marsh v. Whitmore,
Mary H. Banks, The, v. "The Falcon," Maryland, Balt. & O. R. R. Co. v. Maryland v. Balt. & O. R. R. Co., Matthews v. McStea,
Maxwell v. Stewart,
"Mayor v. Lindsey,'
287 Nutt, Exrx., v. United States,
49 Ochiltree v. Iowa R. R. Contracting Co., Ogdensburg & L. C. R. R. Co. v. Pratt, 327 O'Grady's Exrs., United States v. 482 Omohundro, Cooper, Exr., v.
98 Oregon Steam Nav. Co. v. Winsor, 446, 678 Osborne, Admrx., v. United States, 713 Otis, The Rio Grande v. 448 Oulton, Coll. v. Savgs. & Loan Soc. 564 Oulton, Coll. v. California Ins. Co.,