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plaintiff,) and that R. W. Hughes, acting as administrator, removed the bonds without competent authority. The argument yesterday arose on a motion made by the defendant to postpone the trial till depositions could be taken in Wisconsin. Judge Crump opened the case by making the motion, and holding that the deposition was necessary. Mr. J. Harmer Gilmer, Jr., followed for the petitioner. He argued that the motion arose simply from a spirit of delay; that the deposition was not necesf the Wisconsin witness had any thing to say he could get here as well by that time as in six months. Mr. J. H. Gilmer followed for petitioner, contending that in this case time was the essence of justice, and protesting against delay. Judge Crump closed the case by holding that the ordinary courts would grant his motion, and requesting that this tribunal would do the same. The Court decided to take up the case on the 2d of January unless further cause for delay could be shown.