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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.
OCTOBER TERM, 1894
Hon. MELVILLE W. FULLER.
HON. STEPHEN J. FIELD.
Hon. RICHARD OLNEY.'
"Died August 8, 1895.
'Hon. JUDSON HARMON was commissioned June 8, 1895, to suoceed Hon. RICHARD OLNEY, appointed Secretary of Stato.
'Hon. HOLMES CONRAD was commissioned February 6, 1895, to succeed Hon. LAWRENCE MASWR JL, who rosignod January 30, 1895. v.16 La
ALLOTMENT OF THE JUSTICES
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
AUGUST 21, 1895.
FIRST CIRCUIT. Comprising Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. JUSTICE HORACE GRAY, of Massachusetts. Appointed December 20, 1881, by Preat dent Arthur.
SECOND CIRCUIT. Comprising Connecticut, New York, and Vermont. JUSTICE HENRY BILLINGS BROWN, of Michigan. Appointed December 29, 1890, by President Harrison.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Comprising Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. JUSTICE GEORGE SHIRAS, JR., of Pennsylvania. Appointed July 26, 1892, by Presto dent Harrison.
FOURTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. CHIEF JUSTICE MELVILLE W. FULLER, of Illinois. Appointed July 20, 1888, by President Cleveland.
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tecoas. JUSTICE EDWARD D. WHITE of Louisiana. Appointed February 19, 1894, by Prat
SIXTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. JUSTICE HENRY BILLINGS BROWN, of Michigan. Appointed December 29, 1890.
by President Harrison.
Comprising Nlinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. JUSTICE JOHN M. HARLAN, of Kentucky Appointed November 29, 1877, by President Hayes.
EIGHTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North
Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. JUSTICE DAVID J. BREWER, of Kansas. Appointed December 18, 1889, by President Harrison.
NINTH CIRCUIT. Comprising California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. JUSTICE STEPHEN J. FIEL", of California. Appointed March 10, 1863, by President
1 Justice HOWELL E. JACKSON, ot Tennessee, formerly allotted to this circuit, died August 8, 1896