U.S. Supreme Court
Jifkins v. Sweetzer, 102 U.S. 177 (1880)
Jifkins v. Sweetzer
102 U.S. 177
1. Where the supreme court of a state reversed, on appeal, a decree dismissing, upon a final hearing, the complainant's bill, and remanded the cause with instructions to refer it to a master to state the accounts between the parties in accordance with the mandate, the suit cannot be removed to the circuit court of the United states.
2. Removal Cases, 100 U. S. 457, cited and approved.
The facts are stated in the, opinion of the Court.