In tbe circuit oourt on Thursday a verdict for the defendant was entered in the case of Charles F. Kayser vs. The Farmers & Mechanica Bank. On Firday the jury rendered a verdict against Adam A and Henry Meuth in favor of The Hammond Beef Co., for $103.92. On Saturday be gave a verdict tu the plaintiff in the Henrietta Hinckley vs. Blair P. Hinckley case for .746. 20. On Monday the bastardy case uf The People vs. Louis Talfes was dismissed, the complainant not entering an appearanee. The jury in the slander case of Ellen Reilly vs. Hiram Marsh brought in a verdict for six cents damages Tuesday ruorning, after being out all night. In the case of Samuel Stewart vs. the Ann Arbor Railroad Co., for having blocked up a cattle pass on the plaintiff's farm, the jury on Tuesday evening returned a verdict for $100 for the plaintiff. It is understood that the company's agents some time ago ofïered Mr. Stewart 150 for the damage which he claimed had been done by rilling up the runway on his farm and under the railroad. Judge Kinne dismissed the jury for the May terrn Wednesday morning. The balance of the term will be devoted to the hearing of chancery cases. Yesterday morning the motion to grant bail to Win. Larkins, Ed. Lyon and Rupert Jones, the Richards suspects, was argued and Judge Kinne issued an order admitting them to bail on bonds of $5,000 each. It is understood that the bonds will be furnished by friends of the young men.