FORTY-XINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 903. 1886. 275 JUDGMENTS COURT OF CLAIMS. J u dig m e n t s Court 0 Claims. For payment of the judgments of the Court of Claims, as follows: To Edward L. Jordan, one thousand one hundred and forty-five dollars; the New York Consolidated Card Company, four thousand two hundred and twenty-one dollars and fifty cents; James H. McLean, one thousand and thirty dollars ; Joseph Burnett and Company, one hundred and eighty-three dollars and sixty cents- the World’s Dispensary Medical Association, five hundred and thirteen dollars and forty cents; Ray V. Pierce, three hundred and forty-eight dollars; Augustus Vogeler and Company, one thousand sixhundred and seventy-two dollars and eighty cents; Andrew Dougherty, three thousand eight hundred and forty dollars; Hermmn Tappan, tour hundred and forty dollars; Wells, Richardson and Company, two hundred and forty dollars; Andrew S. Lowe, one hundred and twelve dollars and twenty cents; Weeks and Potter, seven hundred and twenty-five dollars; Johnston Holloway and Company, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars ; E. W. Hoyt and Company, seven hundred and thirty dollars; Vogeler, Meyer and Company, three hundred . and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents; Charles N. Crittenton, three hundred and seventy-five dollars; Russell, Morgan and Company, two hundred and ten dollars; George G. Green, one thousand and ninety- two dollars and twenty-four cents; Joseph H. Schenck and Son, four hundred and twenty dollars; Henry Tetlow and Brother, one hundred and eighty dollars; Hiscox and Company, ninety dollars; D. Ransom, Sou and Company, three hundred and fifty-three dollars and sixty cents; the Merchant’s Gargling Oil Company, three hundred and sixteen dollars and twenty-one cents; James E. Schwartz and Company, two hundred dollars; the Anglo-American Drug Company, two hundred and twenty dollars; Mette and Kanne, thirty dollars; Calvin E. Hull and Company, forty dollars and eight cents; Thomas J. Husband, one hundred and ninety-one dollars and twenty cents; Doctor D. Jayne and Son, one thousand seven hundredand sixty-four dollars and thirty- one cents; Kennedy and Company, two hundred and five dollars and thirty-six cents ; Daniel F. Hutchinson, thirty dollars; William Cromey, executor of John Bull, deceased, three hundred and forty-two dollars; William Bond and Company, one hundred and sixty dollars; Curtis and Brown, Manufacturing Company Limited, forty-six dollars and fifty cents; Jeremiah Curtis and Sons, four hundred and forty dollars; B. Barnwell Sams, administrator, one hundred and eighty-one dollars and sixty-three cents; J. Julius Sams, one hundred and eighty-one dollars and sixty-three cents; George A. Brandreth executor, two thousand and sixty dollars; William Henry Comstoclr, one hundred and nfty- two dollars; J. S. Johnson and Company, one hundred and ninety-two dollars · the Romford Chemical Works, one hundred and ten dollars; Edward E. Bradbury, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; Morgan and Maddux, six hundred and nfty dollars; John Conley, five hundred dollars; Francis M. Tanner, survivor of Tanner and Hayes, seven hundred and fifty dollars; Dewitt C. Redgrave, twenty- six dollars and eighty-tive cents; the Pacific Railroad, forty-four thousand eight hunched dollars and seventy-four cents; the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company, fifty-one thousand three hundred and nity- one dollars and ninety-one cents; William H. Taylor, one hundred and fifty-two dollars- John H. Wallace, one thousand and thirty-two dollars; William R. Merriam, two thousand eight hundred and seventy- seven dollars and nineteen cents; Benjamin U. Keyser, receiver, eight hundred and five dollars and seventeen cents; David H. Cuthbert, receiver, one hundred and eighty-four dollars and seventydive cents- Foster L. Balch, receiver, seven hundred and fifty-three dollars and forty-nine cents; Lester S. Willson, receiver, one hundred and forty- two dollars and sixty-three cents; Otis R. Glover, receiver, one thousand and sixty-ive dollars and twenty-five cents; C. F. Fleming, five dollars and seventy-one cents; James Adger, forty-five dollars and
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