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At The Bar Of Justice

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Justice Pond has been quite busy the past week, as the following grist wil show: On August 7, Nicholas Senger, Con rad Nauman and Wurster & Kintner all saloon keepers of Manchester, paic their tax of $200 to the county treas nrer, and the suits against them were dismissed. Homer Brown, complained of for breaeh of. the peace, withdrew his plea of not guilty and plead guilty on August 7, paid $18 costs and gave bonds in the sum of $400 to keep the peace for six months. On the same day, Wm. Taylor, col ored. plead guilty to an assault and battery on Jeff Davis in. September 1889, and paid $10 fine and $10.63 costs On August 6, Jacob Dupper, of Ann Arbor, waived examination on liquor charge and made recognizance for appearanee at circuit court. Thomas Cowan left his horsehitchec from Thürsday noon till the next morning, when it was taken in charge by Marshal Murray and complaint made against Cowan for cruelty to animáis. He paid $5 fine and $2.70 costs. Mrs. John Wagner, of thefifth ward, made complaint against Fred Buil for assault and battery, on Aujrust 7. Trial put down for August 17. John Kranich plead guilty, on August 10, to shooting in city limits. in violation of city ordinance, and paid $2.70 costs and $2. On August 10, Eugene Oesterlin, Geo. Stadel and Wm. Rauschenberger waiued examination on liquor charge and made recognizance in sum of $200 each to appear at circuit court. On August 11, MVm. IL Lehr, Jacob F. Miller and Joseph Vogelbacher, Manchester saloonkeepers, paid $200 liquor taxes and costs and suits against them were dismissed. On August 12 John Lutz, of Saline, did likewise. John Kline, a vagrant, was let off with one day in jail, August 10, as he was anxious to go to Detroit and get work and the authorities were glad to have him go. In Justice Butts' court the following cases have been dealt witli: James Mason was brought up for breach of the peace on Wednesday, and was given the choice of paying $10 fine and $5.20 costs or thirty days in jail. He took the latter. George Heimbecker was yesterday given twenty days in jail for drunkenness. Gottlob Bross was yesterday fined $2, with 85.20 costs, for being drank. He paid it.