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CHARLES B. WHEELER, Petitioner, 0. LA UNITED STATES, Appellant, o. DANIEL VAN BOURGOGNE, ETC. (No. 603.]

IDERSTINE. (No. 56.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Appeal from the Court of Claims. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for The Attorney General, Assistant Attorney the Second Circuit.

General Pradt, and Mr. George H. Gorman Ulr. Everett P. Wheeler for petitioner. for appellant. Messrs. Russell Duane and Mr. Edward K. Jones for respondent. Harvey Spalding for appellee. November 14, 1898. Denied.

December 5, 1898. Judgment affirmed by a divided court.

EDWAPD CLIFFORD, Appellant, v. WILLIAM DEAN LINSEED OIL COMPANY, Petitioner, v. HELLER, Sheriff, etc. (No. 304.]

UNITED STATES. [No. 468.] Appeal from the Circuit Court of the

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States for the District of New Jersey. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Mr. William D. Daly for appellant. Mr. the Second Circuit. James 8. Erwin for appellee.

Messrs. Elihu Root and 8. B. Clarke for November 14, 1898. Order affirmed, with petitioner. The Attorney General and the costs.

Solicitor General for respondent.

December 5, 1898. Denied.

UNITED STATES and the Comanche Indians, LAKE STREET RAILROAD COMPANY, Petition

Appellants, V. SAMUEL W. HOOD. (No. 266.]

er, v. WILLIAM ZIEGLER et al. [No. 595.]

Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Appeal from the Court of Claims. The Attorney General, Assistant Attorney

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for General Thompson, and Charles W. Russeil the Seventh Circuit. for appellants. Messrs. Silas Hare and

Mr. Charles H. Aldrich for petitioner. Mr. John Wharton Clark for appellee.

John J. Herrick for respondents.

December 5, 1898. Denied. November 14, 1898. Judgment affirmed by a divided court.

HOWARD M. HOLDEN, Plaintiff in Error, o.

A. E. WATSON et al. (No. 233.] MICHIGAN STOVE COMPANY, Petitioner, 0.

In Error to the Supreme Court of the State

of Kansas. FULLER WARREN COMPANY. (No. 597.)

Mr. 0. H. Dean for plaintiff in error. Mr. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States. Circuit Court of Appeals for Silas Porter for defendants in error. the Seventh Circuit.

December 5, 1898. Dismissed with costs, Messrs. Ephraim and Thomas A. Banning on motion of counsel for plaintiff in error. for petitioner. Messrs. Edward P. Vilas and Elias H. Bottum for respondent. SEIGLE BECKNER, Appellant, WALTER November 28, 1898. Denied.

Scott. (No. 93.]

Appeal from the Supreme Court of the

Territory of Arizona. CHARLES ADOLPHE Low et al., Petitioners, o. counsel for appellee.

Mr. Arthur Brown for appellant. No FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST COMPANY, Wil

December 9, 1898. Dismissed with costs, liam H. Blackford, et al. (No. 300.] On Writ of Certiorari to the United States on authority of counsel for appellant. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Cir. cuit.

CITIZENS' BANK OF TINA, Petitioner, v. Messrs. Charles Steele and William GEORGE AVAMS et al. (No. 622.] D. Guthrie for petitioners. Messrs. John K. Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Cowon, E. J. D. Cross, Hugh L. Bond, Jr., United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Herbert B. Turner, George Rountree, and the Seventh Circuit. Robert O. Burton for respondents.

Mr. Francis A. Riddle for petitioner. Mr. November 29, 1898. Dismissed, per stipu. Mason B. Loomis for respondents. lation.

December 12, 1898. Denied.

0.

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, Appellant, o. St. Louis & SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY COM

BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY PANY, Plaintiff in Error, v. W. N.BARKER. et al. (No. 320.)

(No. 70.] 'On a Certificate from the United States In Error to the United States Circuit Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Circuit.

Messrs. L. F. Parker, A. T. Britton, and Messrs. Bernard Carter, Arthur George A. B. Browne for plaintiff in error. Messrs. Brown, and John J. Donaldson for appellant. William M. Cravens and George E. Nelson Messrs. Hugh L. Bond, Jr., and Ē. J. D. for defendant in error. Cross for appellees.

December 12, 1898. Judgment affirmed December 2, 1898. Dismissed, per stipula- with costs, and cause remanded to the United tion, on motion of Mr. W. H. Buckler for ap States court in the Indian territory, central pellees.

district.

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December 12, 1898. Judgment reversed, and cause remanded with a direction to enter judgment for the claimants, on the authority of United States v. Elliott, 164 U. S. 373 [41: 474].

HENRIETTA FULLER et al., Appellants, v. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
UNITED STATES. [No. 69.]
the Second Circuit.
Appeal from the Court of Claims.

Mr. James Lowndes for appellants. The
Attorney General and Assistant Attorney
General Pradt for appellee.

Mr. Robert D. Murray for petitioner. Mr.
Francis Forbes for respondent.
January 9, 1899. Denied.

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ROBERT L. TAYLOR, Governor, et al., Petitioners, v. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILBOAD COMPANY. [No. 626.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Messrs. George W. Pickle, William L. Granbery, and A. D. Marks for petitioners. Mr. J. M. Dickinson for respondent.

December 19, 1898. This is an application for a writ of certiorari to review a decree of the circuit court of appeals for the sixth circuit on appeal from an interlocutory order, and is denied, on the authority of Chicago & N. W. R. Co. v. Osborne, 146 U. S 354 [36: 1002]; Forsyth v. Hammond, 166 U. S. 506 [41: 1095].

SALMEN BRICK & LUMBER COMPANY, Limited, Appellant, v. HENRY DIECK et al. [No. 660.]

Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

January 3, 1899. Docketed and dismissed with costs, on motion of Mr. Frederic D. McKenney for appellees.

INTERNATIONAL BANK OF ST. LOUIS, Petitioner, v. EBERHARD FABER. [No. 638.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

WILLIAM T. DONNELL, Petitioner, v. BOSTON

TOWBOAT COMPANY. [No. 655.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

Messrs. Eugene P. Carver and E. E. Blodgett for petitioner. Messrs. Lewis S. Dabney and Frederic Cunningham for respondent.

January 9, 1899. Denied.

LEO C. HARMON, as Receiver, Plaintiff in
Error, v. NATIONAL PARK BANK OF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK. [No. 111.]

In Error to the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Mr. Frederic J. Swift for plaintiff in error. Mr. Louis F. Doyle for defendant in

error.

January 9, 1899. Judgment affirmed with costs, on the authority of Pauly v. State Loan & T. Co. 165 U. S. 606 [41: 844] and cause remanded to the circuit court of the United States for the southern district of New York, with a direction to render judg ment in accordance with the mandate of the United States court of appeals.

GEORGE KINNEAR, Plaintiff in Error, v. FREDERICK BAUSMAN, as Receiver, etc. [No. 104.]

Appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Mr. George Turner for plaintiff in error. Mr. Frederick Bausman for defendant in error.

January 9, 1899. Dismissed for want of jurisdiction, on the authority of Union Mut. L. Ins. Co. v. Kirchoff, 160 U. S. 374 [40: 4611, and cases cited.

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CLARENCE H. VENNER, Petitioner, v. FARM-GERMAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF FREEPORT,
ERS' LOAN & TRUST COMPANY. [No. 684.]
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Sixth Circuit.

ILLINOIS, Plaintiff in Error, v. First Na-
TIONAL BANK OF BOONVILLE, NEW YORK.
[No. 159.]

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February 27, 1899. Dismissed, on the au-
thority of Eustis v. Bolles, 150 U. S. 361
[37: 1111]; Missouri P. R. Co. v. Fitzgerald,
160 U. S. 556 [40: 536]; Egan v. Hart, 165|
U. S. 188 [41: 680], and other cases.

In Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas.

Mr. A. P. Jetmore for plaintiff in error. Messrs. W. H. Rossington and Charles Blood Smith for defendant in error.

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NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,
Plaintiff in Error, v. NEPTUNE LYNCH,
SR. [No. 121.]

In Error to the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Mr. William Wallace, Jr., for plaintiff in error. Mr. John B. Clayberg for defendant in error.

February 27, 1899. Judgment affirmed, with costs, and cause remanded to the circuit court of the United States for the district of Montana.

UNITED STATES, ex rel. JOHN H. ADRIAANO,
Petitioner, v. RICHARD H. ALVEY, Chief
Justice, etc., et al. [No. 627.]
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.
Messrs. William A. Meioy and William A.
Cook for petitioner. The Attorney General
and the Solicitor General for respondents.
March 6, 1899 Denied.

WILLIAM T. GILBERT, Receiver, etc., Appel-
lant, v. WASHINGTON BENEFICIAL ENDOW-
MENT ASSOCIATION et al. [No. 90.]
Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia.

Dismissed, on the authority of Lodge v. Twell, 135 U. S. 232 [34: 153]; McGourkey v. Toledo & O. C. R. Co. 146 U. S. 536 [36: 1079], and cases cited.

Messrs. George Q. Richmond and Platt Rogers for plaintiff in error. Messrs. Willard Teller and H. M. Orahood for defendants in error.

March 13, 1899. Dismissed, on the authority of Clark v. Kansas City, 172 U. S. 334 [ante, 467]; Kinnear v. Bausman, 172 U.

S. 644 [ante, 1182], and cases cited.

STATE BANK OF AMBIA, Petitioner, v. CHICAGO TITLE & TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee, et al. [No. 719.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

Messrs. Otto Gresham and Daniel Fraser for petitioner. Messrs. Samuel O. Pickens and Smiley N. Chambers for respondents. March 13, 1899. Denied.

F. E. JORDAN et al., Plaintiffs in Error, v.
JOHN DUKE et al. [No. 738].

In Error to the Supreme Court of the
Territory of Arizona.

Mr. John B. Clayberg for plaintiffs in error. No counsel for defendants in error. March 16, 1899. Dismissed, with costs, on the authority of counsel for plaintiff in er

ror.

Messrs. Thomas M. Fields and Henry D. Hotchkiss for appellant. Messrs. A. A. Lipscomb, Samuel F. Phillips, Frederic D. McKenney, James E. Padgett, and Edwin For-ritory of Arizona. rest for appellees.

March 6. 1899.

F. E. JORDAN et al. Plaintiffs in Error, v.
GEORGE II. SCHUERMAN. [No. 739.]
In Error to the Supreme Court of the Ter-

Mr. John B. Clayberg for plaintiffs in error. No counsel for defendant in error. March 16, 1899. Dismissed, with costs, on the authority of counsel for plaintiffs in

error.

WILLIAM V. MARMION, Appellant, v. JOHN | MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY, Pe

titioner, v. A. M. MARSHALL. [No. 730.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Messrs. A. T. Britton and A. B. Browne for petitioner. No counsel for respondent. April 11, 1899. Denied.

MCCLELLAN, Executor, etc. [No. 245.] Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.

Messrs. George E. Hamilton and M. J. Colbert for appellant. Mr. William G. Johnson for appellee.

March 17, 1899. Dismissed, with costs, on motion of Mr. M. J. Colbert for appellant.

CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY et al., Ap-
pellants, v. E. S. BABCOCK et al. [No. 231].
Appeal from the Circuit Court of the
United States for the Southern District of
California.

Messrs Horace 8. Oakley, C. K. Davis, Frank B. Kellogg, and C. A. Severance for appellants. Messrs. H. E. Doolittle, William J. Hunsaker, A. T. Britton, and A. B. Browne for appellees.

March 20, 1899. Dismissed, on the authority of Maynard v. Hecht, 151 U. S. 324 [38: 179]; Van Wagenen v. Sewall, 160 U. S369 [40: 460]; Davis v. Geissler, 162 U. S. 290 [40: 972]; Cornell v. Green, 163 U. S. 75 [41: 76], and cases cited.

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UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. MOSES
FALLOWELL. [No. 321], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. EMI-
LINE MACKEY. [No. 322], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. DAN-
IEL S. LEATHERWOOD. [No. 323], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. ROB-
ERT CARTER. [No. 324], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v.
CHARLES H. HITTSON. [No. 325], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. MARY
SCROGGINS. No. 326], and

UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. FLEM-
ING P. JENNINGS. No. 327], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. DAVID
P. MCCRACKEN. [No. 328], and
UNITED STATES et al., Appellants, v. BRICE
WOODY. [No. 329.]

Appeals from the Court of Claims.
The Attorney General for appellants.
Mr. John Wharton Clarke for appellees.

April 11, 1899. Dismissed, on motion of Mr. Assistant Attorney General Thompson for appellants.

S. F. CHAPMAN, Petitioner, v. YELLOW POP-
LAR LUMBER COMPANY. [No. 754.]
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Fourth Circuit.

Messrs. J. F. Bullitt and R. A. Ayers for petitioner. Mr. John N. Baldwin for respondent.

April 17, 1899. Denied.

MARVIN F. SCAIFE, Petitioner, v. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA LAND COMPANY et al. [No. 748.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Mr. A. C. Avery for petitioner. No counsel for respondents.

April 17, 1899. Denied.

ANTON GLAW, Petitioner, v. PENNSYLVANIA | SIOUX CITY, O'NEILL, & WESTERN RAILWAY
COMPANY. [No. 717.]

COMPANY et al., Petitioners, v. MANHAT-
TAN TRUST COMPANY. [No. 779.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

Messrs. Charles Dick and Frederick O. Bryan for petitioner. Mr. William B. Sanders for respondent.

Messrs. John C. Coombs and Henry J. Taylor for petitioners. Messrs. John L. Webster and G. W. Wickersham for respondents. May 1, 1899. Denied.

April 17, 1899. Denied.

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