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United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Edward Hogan (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
J. F. Cross (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
James Murphy (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Tom Williams (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundredP. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
M. L. Strauss (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
Joseph Scrotte (search for this): article 4
Court of Conciliation. --M. L. Strauss & Company vs. P. Levy. Petition dismissed. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scrotte. Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of two hundred dollars in United States currency. Richard H. Charles vs. Edward Hogan. Judgment against the plaintiff in the sum of twenty-three dollars and sixty-five cents, without interest and costs. Hess, Blum & Company vs. P. Levy. Judgment for the plaintiffs in the sum of three thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and three cents, with interest or costs. James Murphy vs. Robert J. Smith. Cause dismissed without prejudice to the cause of the parties to apply to the civil courts for redress if they see fit to do so. J. F. Cross vs. Grubbs & Williams. The Court having heard the evidence, and not being at this time advised of its judgment, takes time to consider thereof, and it was ordered that the case be continued until Monday.
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