Sto The Â»ov- repre- ox- M yeral Oriel which man of Inter- show. by Issue T3SZI OOtTKTS. United Btates Oircitit Oourt.-Hos- prwl- tbac she lor con- Ita anQ , . Oh. 171 Fannie B. Alias vs. Henry T. dafendant'idmnurrer overruled, and leave defendant until May. rules to answer. , 01). 178. Pred. Barnard TO. Wm. 3. Fhl'llps motion of complainant to set asWe ordor rules, dlsmlsslnc the bill as to George Â» suitalned; hearlnr on demurrer of Qeorzu Davis, and submitted. Ch. 148. Borourt McDonald vs. Stephen V. motion of defendant to itrikn from IhefUestne amended bill fllad March 8. 3S84, beard and overruled. It was announced by the court that on next the dockets would be called, for the of settlitf causes for trial for week ending Cases set for Monday, March 17: _ C. L. 1265. Turnlor Bros. Co. vs. Missouri clflo Railway oompanv. ' ' . ,, C. L. ISM. TurnUy Oros. Co. vs. Wlsiourl Pacific Railway company. C. L. 1270. J. L. Hatter vs. Pharr * C. L. line. Julius Buhlett, osslznee. vs. Bros. $ Co. Ch. 64. Kauffman Klaener vs. Eleanor . a I* 1858. Wm. Clark Co. vs. A. Q. C. ii I'S. Hoard Jt Bro. vs. A. G. Malloy, C. L. 1257. Isaac UeldÂ«nheimer vs. A. O. collector. Cl. L. 1*01. United States vs. Benj. F. Van United States .District Court - Hox.