The circuit court was occupied Friday and Saturday with the case of John Hilderbrandt vs. Henry W. iorabacher. Hilderbrandt formery worked Rorabacher's farm. They ïad trouble, and this is the ast of six or seven suits growing out of the trouble. Some goods were old under chattel mortgage for $70. Hilderbrandt claimed that a fair valation would have been $140, and ued to recover the difference. The ury brought in a verdict of no cause of action. Allen Stevens was granted a diorce from Lucy Stevens. The case of Fredericka Brueste s. Martin Koch et al. was put on rial yesterday, and is still occupyng the attention of the court. This s the celebrated Jerusalem case. Coch is a saloon keeper who is sued or damages in selling liquor to the jlaintiff's son who thrust his hand hrough Koch's front window and o cut his wrist as to disable the ïand. Ora Butterfield represents he plaintiff, and M. J. Lehman and . F. Lawrence the defendant.