The suprema court has reversed the udgment and ordered a new trial in the ase of Lucius Tubbs, of Dexter, vs. he Michigan Central. At the time o) he trial of the case about a year ago Fudge Kinney took the case froin the ury and ordered a verdict for the de!endant. A. J. Sawyer, Tubb's counsel, t once took the case to the supreme ourt. The action was brought for negligent njury. The plaintiff was employed in ïelivering the mail from the Dexter Jepot to the postoffice. September 29, 1892, he was sruck by a, train while at work at the depot aDd jlairus to have beeu injnred. Tubbs slaims that two trains at that time met ut Dexter. He had to pass across the south track, used by the east bound ;raiu, in order that he ruight take the mail from the west bouud traiu on the lorth track. On the date in question ivhile takiug the mail from the track farthest from the depot the train on ihe south track strnck Mm. He elaimed ihat under ordinary circumstances the ürst train in waited for the other one, and kuowing that he did not tliiuk limsolf careless in uot looking out for ihe east bound train.