Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. George B. Young, (with whom was Mr. J.H. Swan on the brief,) for appellants.
Mr. Assistant Attorney General Dickinson for appellees.
Mr. William L. Joy, for settlers, filed a brief on behalf of the United States.
Mr. William Lawrence, representing settlers on the lands in controversy, filed a brief for the United States.
Supreme Court of United States.
MR. JUSTICE HARLAN, after stating the case as above re-reported, delivered the opinion of the court.
1. The lands now in dispute are part of the 85,457.40 acres patented by the United States to Iowa for the use and benefit of the Sioux City company, but never conveyed by the State to that company.
If the company has received as much of the public lands as it was entitled to have on account of constructed road, may not the lands in dispute — the time...
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