The oircuit court comruenced lts December term on Monday moruing, when the calendar was gone through with and three offenders arraigned and sentenced. Frank Haynes, who left the city about a month ago. taking a horse and buggy frorn Haskins' livery, oa the preteuse of hiring it for a drive, pleaded guilty to the charge of horse stealing preferred against him and was senteuoed to two years at Ionia. Hayues was overtaken with the rig at Wayne. Herbert VValsh, the gay young man who prevailed upon Alonzo Alvaser, of Dexter, to cash a $50 forged check, October 15, was -eutouced to two years stay at Jackson. Walsh, it will be remembeied, gave the name of Johnson at Dexter and endeavored first to have the cheok cahed at Croarkiu's clotbing store, but they could not make the change (Walsh having boiight a bilí of goods) and Alsaver was found on the street and cashed the check. The check was signed "Cash Valentina," and was so appareut a forgery that Walsh had no defense to make. Walsh resides at Blissfield where he has a youns; wifo. The third man to feel the weight of the law was (JeofKO Lpftor. tho Ypsilanti saloonist, who w n floed $2n for violatii))) nf tlie liqnor law. This is au increased iigureand very ovidcutly Juge Kimie iutens to make law breaking saloonists suffer, iu aocordance with a general rumor to that effect whicb gained circalation at the last term of court.