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PROCOPIA GARZA DE VILLEREAL et al., Plain- | CHARLES T. CHERRY, Receiver, etc., Plaintiff

tiffs in Error, v. STATE OF TEXAS. [No. in Error, v. FIDELITY & DEPOSIT COM224.]

PANY. (No. 234.] In Error to the Court of Civil Appeals In Error to the Supreme Court of the for the Third Supreme Judicial District of Territory of Oklahoma. See same case bethe State of Texas. See same case below low, 16 Okl. 546, 85 Pac. 713, 7 L. R. A. (Tex. Civ. App.) 84 S. W. 1183.

(N. S.) 548. Mr. H. G. Dickinson for the plaintiffs in

Messrs. R. M. Campbell, D. T. Flynn, and error.

C. B. Ames for the plaintiff in error. Mr. Robert V. Davidson for the defendant Mr. Edgar H. Gans for the defendant in in error.

error. March 11, 1907. Dismissed for the want March 18, 1907. Judgment affirmed with of jurisdiction. O'Conor v. Texas, 202 U. s. costs. Fidelity & D. Co. v. Courtney, 186 501, 50 L. ed. 1120, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 726; U. S. 342, 46 L. ed. 1193, 22 Sup. Ct. Rep. Bacon v. Texas, 163 U. S. 219, 41 L. ed. 833; Guarantee Co. of N. A. v. Mechanics' 137, 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 1023; California Pow- Sav. Bank & T. Co. 183 U. S. 402, 46 L. ed. der Works v. Davis, 151 U. S. 389, 38 L. 253, 22 Sup. Ct. Rep. 124; Sweeney v. ed. 206, 14 Sup. Ct. Rep. 350; Devine v.1 Lomme, 22 Wall. 208, 22 L. ed. 727. Los Angeles, 202 U. S. 313, 337, 50 L. ed. 1046, 1054, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 652.

LUIGI GANDOLFI et al., Petitioners, v. AL-
FREDO C. SIEGERT, as Surviving Partner,

STEVENSON IRON MINING COMPANY, Plainetc. No. 632.]

tiff in Error, v. ELMER A. KIBBE. [No. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the

242.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States for the District of Minnesota.

In Error to the Circuit Court of the the Second Circuit. See same case below, 79 C. C. A. 142, 149 Fed. 100.

Messrs. John G. Williams and Moses E. Messrs. John Brooks Leavitt and Edmund Clapp for the plaintiff in error. Wetmore for the petitioners.

Mr. Samuel A. Anderson for the defend. Mr. E. B. Whitney for the respondent.

ant in error. March 11, 1907. Denied.

March 18, 1907. Judgment affirmed with costs and interest. Minnesota Iron Co. v.

kline, 199 U. S. 593, 50 L. ed. 322, 26 Sup. NORTH SHORE Boom & DRIVING COMPANY, Ct. Rep. 159; Holden v. Hardy, 169 U. S.

Plaintiff in Error, v. NICOMEN BOOM 366, 392, 42 L. ed. 780, 791, 18 Sup. Ct. Rep. COMPANY. [No. 254.]

383;Kibbe v. Stevenson Iron Min. Co. 69 In Error to the Supreme Court of the C. C. A. 145, 136 Fed. 147; Kline v. MinneState of Washington. See same case below, sota Iron Co. 93 Minn. 63, 100 N. W. 681; 40 Wash. 315, 82 Pac. 412.

Schus v. Powers-Simpson Co. 85 Minn. 447, Mr. 8. H. Piles for the plaintiff in error. 69 L.R.A. 887, 89 N. W. 68.

Mr. W. W. Cotton for the defendant in error. March 11, 1907. Dismissed with costs,

Dismissed with costs, LOUIS W. DOWNES, Petitioner, v. TETEBon motion of Mr. S. H. Piles for the plain- HEANY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. [No. tiff in error.

629.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the THOMAS J. SHEA, Petitioner, v. CITY OF Mo- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for BILE. [No. 620.]

the Third Circuit. See same case below, Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the 150 Fed. 122. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Messrs. Philip Mauro and Reeve Lewis for the Fifth Circuit.

the petitioner. Messrs. Harry T. Smith and Gregory L. Mr. Henry E. Everding for the respondSmith for the petitioner.

Mr. Burwell B. Boone for respondent. March 18, 1907. Denied.
March 18, 1907. Denied.

KENTUCKY DISTILLERIES & WAREHOUSE CONVENT OF ST. ROSE, Petitioner, v. UNITED COMPANY, Petitioner, v. J. I. BLANTON,

STATES SAVINGS & LOAN COMPANY. [No. Assignee, etc., et al. [No. 640.] 627.]

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, 149 the Ninth Circuit. See same case below, 66 Fed. 31. C. C. A. 416, 133 Fed. 354.

Messrs. William Marshall Bullitt, Levy Mr. Charles W. Needham for the peti. Mayer, and Alfred T. Austrian for the petitioner.

tioner. Mr. Corwin 8. Shank for the respondent. Mr. Helm Bruce for the respondente March 18, 1907. Denied.

March 18, 1907. Denied.

ent.

MARGARET SAYLOR, Appellant, v. JOHN C. MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY, FRANTZ. (No. 354.]

LIMITED, V. J. W. ECKMAN, Guardian, etc. Appeal from the Supreme Court of the [No. 247.] Territory of Oklahoma.

On a Certificate from the United States Mr. 8. H. Harris for appellant.

Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Cir. Messrs. Frank Dale and A. G. 0. Bierer cuit. for appellee.

Mr. E. R. Thayer and Mr. Moorfield March 18, 1907. Dismissed with costs, Storey for Mexican C. R. Co. on authority of counsel for appellant.

Mr. George E. Wallace for Eckman.

April 8, 1907. Question answered in the ROBERT MANFORD, Plaintiff in Error, v. negative on the authority of Slater v. MexSTATE OF MINNESOTA. [No. 268.]

ican Nat. R. Co. 194 U. S. 120, 48 L. ed. In Error to the Supreme Court of the 900, 24 Sup. Ct. Rep. 581. State of Minnesota.

Messrs. Moritz Rosenthal and Louis Marshall for plaintiff in error. No appearance for defendant in error.

WILL D. GOULD et al., Appellants, v. LEO March 22, 1907. Dismissed with costs,

V. YOUNGWORTH, United States Marsha) pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

[No. 401]; WARREN GILLELEN et al., Ap

pellants, v. LEO V. YOUNGWORTH, United MORRIS EDELSTEIN, Petitioner, v. UNITED

States Marshal (No. 415]; LEE R. MYERS, STATES. [No 630.]

Appellant, v. H.

H. Z. OSBORNE, United Petition for a Writ of Certiorarı to the

States Marshal [No. 432]. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

Appeals from the Circuit Court of the the Eighth Circuit. See same case below, United States for the Southern District of 79 C. C. A. 328, 149 Fed. 636.

California. Mr. W. B. Matthews for the petitioner. Messrs. Will D. Gould and H. J. Goudge Solicitor General Hoyt for respondent. for appellants. March 25, 1907. Denied.

Assistant Attorney General Sanford and

Solicitor General Hoyt for appellees. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Petitioner, v.

April 8, 1907. Final orders reversed with HUBBARD BROTHERS & Co. [No. 635.]

costs, and causes remanded with directions Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the to discharge petitioners, respectively, withUnited States Circuit Court of Appeals for out prejudice to renewal of applications to the Sixth Circuit. See same case below, remove, on the authortiy of Tinsley v. 80 C. C. A. 200, 150 Fed. 312, on first ap Treat, decided at this term, 205 U. S. 20, peal 76 C. C. A. 489, 146 Fed. 31.

51 L. ed. 689, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 430.
Messrs. W. A. Henderson, Caruthers Ew-
ing, and A. P. Thom for the petitioner.

No appearance for respondent.
March 25, 1907. Denied.

W. KELSEY KURTZ, Petitioner, 0. ARTHUB ABRAHAM RUEF, Plaintiff in Error, v. K. BROWN, Surviving Receiver, etc. [No.

THOMAS F. O'NEIL, Sheriff, etc. [No. 636.) 661.)

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the In Error to the Superior Court of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for City and County of San Francisco, State the Third Circuit. See same case below, of California.

152 Fed. 372. Mr. A. B. Browne for the plaintiff in

Mr. Rudolph M. Schick for petitioner. error.

Messrs. R. D. Brown, Malcoln Lloyd, Ji., Messrs. Frederic D. McKenney and and Charles H. Burr for respondent. Francis J. Heney for the defendant in error. April 8, 1907. Denied.

March 25, 1907. Dismissed with costs, on motion of Mr. A. B. Browne for the plaintiff in error.

JOHN EDWARD MCCARTY, Appellant, 0. ELIZABETH J. WARD, Petitioner, o. DAMPUNITED STATES. [No. 235.]

SKIBSSELSKABET KJOEBENHAVN. ¡No. Appeal from the Circuit Court of the

646.] United States for the Northern District of

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the California.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Mr. H. V. Morehouse for appellant.

the Third Circuit. See same case below, The Attorney General and Assisstant At. 150 Fed. 541. torney General Van Orsdel for appellee.

Mr. Frank R. Savidge for petitioner. April 8, 1907. Dismissed for want of

Messrs. J. Parker Kirlin and Charles R. jurisdiction on the authority of Chase v.

Hickox for respondent. United States, 155 U. S. 489, 39 L. ed. 234,

April 8, 1907. Denied. 15 Sup. Ct. Rep. 174.

SMOKELESS FUEL COMPANY, Petitioner, v., CLEVELAND CLIFFS IRON COMPANY, Peti

SAMUEL H. COTTRELL & Son. (No. 663.] tioner, v. East ITASCA MINING COMPANY.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the [No. 603.] United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the the Fourth Circuit. See same case below, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for 148 Fed. 594.

the Eighth Circuit. See same case below, Mr. Alexander H. Sands for petitioner. 76 O. C. A. 598, 146 Fed. 232. Mr. H. R. Pollard for respondents.

Mr. W. P. Belden for petitioner. April 8, 1907. Denied.

Mr. J. L. Washburn for respondent.

April 15, 1907. Denied.
CITY OF CHICAGO, Appellant, v. CHICAGO
CITY RAILWAY COMPANY. (No. 166.]

SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 11, DAKOTA COUNTY, Appeal from the Circuit Court of the

NEBRASKA, Petitioner, v. EDWARD H. United States for the Northern District of

CHAPMAN et al., Administrators, etc. Illinois.

[No. 658.] Messrs. James Hamilton Lewis and Edgar Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Bronson Tolman for appellant.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Messrs. John P. Wilson and John J. Her the Eighth Circuit. See same case below, rick for appellee.

152 Fed. 887. April 8, 1907. Decree reversed with costs, Mr. Elbert H. Hubbard for petitioner. on confession of error and consent of coun

No appearance for respondents. sel, and cause remanded for further pro

April 15, 1907. Denied. ceedings according to law, on motion of Mr. John P. Wilson for the appellee.

BAY PRAIRIE IRRIG. COMPANY, Petitioner, o.

RICHARD WOOD et al. [No. 659.] LUIS BRAVO et al., etc., Appellants, 0.

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the EMILIO GOMEZ et al. [No. 421.]

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for Appeal from the District Court of the

the Fifth Circuit. United States for the District of Porto Rico. Mr. N. B. K. Pettingill for appellants.

Messrs. Hannis Taylor, A. L. Jackson, Mr. Frederic D. McKenney for appellees.

and H. M. Garwood for petitioner.

Mr. Richard Wood in propria persona. April 8, 1907. Dismissed, per stipulation, on motion of Mr. Frederic D. McKenney for

April 15, 1907. Denied. the appellees.

DEUTSCHE LEVANTE LINIE, etc., Petitioner, WILLIAM S. DEXTER et al., Trustees, etc.,

V. J. SAMUEL STEPHENSON et al. [No. Plaintiffs in Error, v. SALEM D. CHARLES

673]; DEUTSCHE LEVANTE LINIE, etc., Peet al., as Board of Street Commissioners,

titioner, v. CONSTANTINE S. GALANOPULO etc. [No. 73.]

[No. 674.] DEUTSCHE LEVANTE LINIE, etc., In Error to the Supreme Judicial Court of

Petitioner, v. HILLS BROTHERS COMPANY the State of Massachusetts. See same case

[No. 675]; DEUTSCHE LEVANTE LINIE, below, 187 Mass. 451, 73 N. E. 554.

etc., Petitioner, v. NATIONAL BOARD OF Mr. A. R. Serven for plaintiff in error.

MARINE UNDERWRITERS (No. 676]; DEUTMr. Thomas M. Babson for defendant in

SCHE LEVANTE LINIE, etc., Petitioner, v. error.

WILLIAM H. HARRIS [No. 677].

Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the April 8, 1907. Writ of error dismissed with costs, per stipulation.

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

the Second Circuit. See same case below, BAINBRIDGE W. BURDICK, Appellant, v. WIL- | The Tenedos, 151 Fed. 1022. LIAM DILLON et al. [No. 237.) ]

Mr. Harrington Putnam for petitioner. Appeal from the United States Circuit

Mr. Lawrence Kneeland for respondents. Court of Appeals from the First Circuit. April 15, 1907. Denied. See same case below, 75 C. C. A. 603, 144 Fed. 737.

CATHARINE J. WHITE, Executrix, etc., PetiMr. Selden Bacon for appellant.

tioner, v. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMMr. H. V. Cunningham for appellees. PANY [No. 689]; CATHARINE J. WHITE,

Dismissed, per stipulaApril 8, 1907.

STEAM

Executrix, etc., Petitioner, tion.

FERRY BOAT PHILADELPHIA, etc. [No. 690].

Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, Plain. United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

tiff in Error, v. BEN SMALL. [No. 678.] the Second Circuit. See same case below,

In Error to to the United States Circuit 152 Fed. 385. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Messrs. La Roy S. Gove and J. J. MackMr. D. D. Duncan for plaintiff in error. lin for petitioner. No appearance for defendant in error. Mr. Henry Galbraith Ward for respond

April 8, 1907. Dismissed with costs, on ents. motion of counsel for the plaintiff in error. April 15, 1907. Denied.

ROBERT T. NEILL, Trustee, etc., Petitioner, COUNTY OF PRESIDIO, TEXAS, Petitioner, v.

0. UNION NATIONAL BANK OF KANSAS NOEL-YOUNG BOND & STOCK COMPANY. CITY, Mo. (No. 693.]

[No. 651.] Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. See same case below, the Fifth Circuit. 79 C. C. A. 417, 149 Fed. 711.

Mr. T. J. Beall for petitioner. Mr. E. C. Brandenburg for petitioner.

Mr. Millard Patterson for respondent. Mr. M. L. Crawford for respondent. April 15, 1907. Granted. April 15, 1907. Denied.

STANDARD OIL COMPANY, Petitioner, v. ED

WARD ANDERSON. [No. 691.] EUCLID PARK NATIONAL BANK OF CLEVE

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the LAND, Ohio, et al., Petitioners, v. UNION

United States Circuit Court of Appeals for TRUST & DEPOSIT COMPANY, Trustee.

the Second Circuit. (No. 694.]

Mr. Charles W. Fuller for petitioner. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for

No appearance for respondent.

April 15, 1907. Granted.
the Fourth Circuit. See same case below,
79 C. C. A. 485, 149 Fed. 975.

Mr. Charles D. Merrick for petitioners.
Mr. B. M. Ambler for respondent.

Ex PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF JOHN JOHNApril 15, 1907. Denied.

SON, Appellant. [No. 701.]

Appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of

New York. UNITED STATES, Plaintiff in Error, v. TOB- April 17, 1907. Docketed and dismissed REY CEDAR COMPANY. [No. 100.]

on motion of Mr. Alford W. Coolcy in behalf In Error to the Circuit Court of the Unit

of counsel, ed States for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

The Attorney General and Solicitor Gen- DAVID H. MILLER, Trustee etc., et al., Petieral Hoyt for plaintiff in error.

tioners, v. E. O. MCCORMICK et al. (No. Charles Barber for defendant in error.

696.) April 15, 1907. Dismissed, on motion of Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the Mr. Solicitor General Hoyt for the plain- United States Circuit Court of Appeals for tiff in error.

the Second Circuit. See same case below, In re Sully, 152 Fed. 01..

Messrs. Henry W. Taft, John W. Boothby,

Edward H. Blanc, Henry Wollman, George STATE OF NEW JERSEY, Complainant, v.

8. Graham, and F. W. M. Cutcheon for petiSTATE OF DELAWARE. [No. 1, Original.] tioners. Mr. Robert H. McCarter for complainant.

Messrs. Julien T. Davis, Abram I. Elkus, Mr. Robert H. Richards and Mr. Geo. 1. and Garrard Glenn for respondents. Bates for defendant.

April 22, 1907. Denied. April 15, 1907. Bill of complaint dismissed without costs and without prejudice, WILLIAM McCoach, Collector, etc., Petitionon motion of Mr. Robert H. McCarter for

er, v. PHILADELPHIA TRUST, SAFE DEPOSthe complainant.

IT, & INSURANCE COMPANY et al., Executors, etc. (Nos. 502, 503]; WILLIAM McCoach, Collector,

Collector, etc., Petitioner,

GEORGE W. NORRIS et al., Executors, etc. EX PARTE: IN THE MATTER OF FERNANDO [No. 504.)

VAZQUEZ MORALES et al., Petitioners. On Writs of Certiorari to the United [No. 18, Original.]

States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Motion for Leave to File Petition for Third Circuit. See same case below, 73 C. Appeal.

C. A. 610, 142 Fed. 120. Messrs. Charles C. Lancaster and Herbert

The Attorney General, Solicitor General, E. Smith for petitioners.

and Mr. J. C. McReynolds for petitioners. April 15, 1907. Granted, and appeal al- Mr. H. Gordon McCouch for respondents. lowed on appellant's filing bond in the pe- April 22, 1907. Judgments affirmed, with nal sum of $1,000, conditioned according to costs, by a divided court, and causes remandlaw, to be approved by the Supreme Court'ed to the Circuit court of the United States of Porto Rico.

for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

V.

UNITED STATES, Petitioner, 0. MARION, WEBSTER COAL & COKE COMPANY, Petition

TRUST COMPANY, Trustee, etc. [No. 505.] er, v. A. J. CASSATT et al. [No. 705.)

On Writ of Certiorari to the United PENNSYLVANIA COAL & COKE COMPANY, States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Petitioner, v. A. J. CASSATT et al. [No. Seventh Circuit. See same case below, 74 706.] C. C. A. 439, 143 Fed. 301.

Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the The Attorney General, Solicitor General, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for and lr. J. 8. McReynolds for petitioner. the Third Circuit.

Messrs. Morris M. Townley and E. W. Messrs. John W. Griggs and George S. Bradford for respondent.

Graham for petitioners. April 22, 1907. Judgment affirmed, by a Mr. John G. Johnson for respondents. divided court, and cause remanded to the April 29, 1907. Granted. District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana.

WILLIAM SPAUGH, JR., Appellant, v. H. L.

FITTS, Sheriff, etc. [No. 642.]

Appeal from the District Court of the NEW ORLEANS GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD United States for the Eastern District of

COMPANY, Appellant, v. MISSISSIPPI RAIL- Missouri.
ROAD COMMISSION et al. [No. 515.] Mr. Charles F. Wilson for appellant.
Appeal from the Circuit Court of the

Mr. N. T. Gentry and Mr. Herbert S.
United States for the Southern District of Hadley for appellee.
Mississippi.

April 29, 1907. Final order affirmed with Mr. Marcellus Green for appellant. costs. Valentina v. Mercer, 201 U. S. 131,

Messrs. R. V. Fletcher and C. H. Alexan- 50 L. ed. 693, 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 368; Felts der for appellees.

v. Murphy, 201 U. S. 123, 50 L. ed. 689, April 22, 1907. Decree reversed, at the 26 Sup. Ct. Rep. 366; Urquhart v. Brown, cost of appellant, on confession of error, decided March 18, 205 U. S. 179, 51 L. ed. and cause remanded, to be proceeded in ac- 760, 27 Sup. Ct. Rep. 459; Re Eckart, 166 cording to law, on motion of Mr. Marcel- U. S. 481, 483, 41 L. ed. 1085, 1086, 17 Sup. lus Green for the appellant.

Ct. Rep. 638; Tinsley v. Anderson, 171 U. S. 101, 105, 43 L. ed. 91, 96, 18 Sup. Ct. Rep. 805; Craemer v. Washington, 168 U. S. 124,

42 L. ed. 407, 18 Sup. Ct. Rep. 1; Ex parte MAGGIE MYERS, Appellant, v. ANDREW P.

Harding, 120 U. S. 782, 30 L. ed. 824, 7 WYMORE, Late Sheriff, etc., et al. [No.

Sup. Ct. Rep. 780. 638.]

Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Western District of WHITE STAR MINING COMPANY, Plaintiff in Missouri.

Error, v. NELS O. HULTBERG et al. [No. Messrs. James S. Easby-Smith, W. E. Fow

412]; CLAES W. JOHNSON, Plaintiff in

Error, v. WHITE STAR MINING COMPANY ler, and R. B. Ruff, for appellant.

OF ILLINOIS et al. [No. 647]; PETER H. Mr. Herbert S. Hadley for appellees. April 22, 1907. Dismissed with costs,

ANDERSON, Plaintiff in Error, v. WHITE

STAR MINING COMPANY OF ILLINOIS et al. pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

[No. 648.]

In Error to the Supreme Court of the

State of Illinois. JOHN A. CURTIN, Trustee, Appellant, 0. See same case below, 220 Ill. 578, 77 GERTRUDE F. TUCKER. [No. 317.)

N. E. 327. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari.

Messrs. Fredericks. Winston, Silas H. Messrs. Lee M. Friedman and Robert K. Strawn, John Barton Payne, and Harris F. Dickerman for appellant.

Williams in support of motions. Mr. John H. Sherburne, Jr., for appellee.

Messrs. Charles H. Hamill and Carl R. April 22, 1907. Denied.

Chindblom in opposition thereto.

April 29, 1907. Dismissed for the want. ISAAC BERKSON et al., Appellants, v. Sam- of jurisdiction. Sayward v. Denny, 158 U.

UEL H. MARCUSE, Testamentary Executor, S. 180, 39 L. ed. 941, 15 Sup. Ct. Rep. 777; etc. [No. 290.]

San Francisco v. Scott, 111 U. S. 768, 28 Appeal from the Circuit Court of the L. ed. 593, 4 Sup. Ct. Rep. 688; Delmas v. United States for the Eastern District of Merchants Mut. Ins. Co. 14 Wall. 661, 20 Louisiana.

L. ed. 757; Erie R. Co. v. Purdy, 185 U. S. Mr. Henry L. Lazarus for appellants. 148, 46 L. ed. 847, 22 Sup. Ct. Rep. 605; No appearance for appellees.

F. G. Oxley Stave Co. v. Butler County, April 24, 1907. Dismissed with costs, 166 U. S. 648, 41 L. ed. 1149, 17 Sup. Ct. pursuant to the Tenth Rule.

Rep. 709.

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