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Settled Up Two Cases

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
November
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

SETTLED UP TWO CASES

 

D. Y. & A. A. RY. PAID THE JUDGEMENT IN EACH.

 

Charles Brandt Gets $75 For Personal Injuries and A. H. Holmes $40 For a Horse.

 

The D., Y. & A. A. railway settled up its cases instituted by Charles Brandt for personal injuries and Alfred H. Holmes for damages sustained by blotting out the life of one of his horses. The cases were tried in the justice court, and the plaintiffs were awarded $75 and $40 respectively. The railway company appealed to the circuit court. The company has paid the judgments, and the cases are discontinued.