In Justice Duffy's court Monday aïternoon the case of Mary J. Tubbs vs. Hannah Higgins is being tried by a jnry, the jury struck being Geo. W. Cropsey, Geo. Wahr, W. F. Stimpson, Ernest Eberbach, Marvin Davenport and Wra. Dansingburg. The snit is from Dexter and is for a bilí for freight and drayage from July 2, 1879, to June 7, 1895, amounting to f155. 57 and $25 on au oíd note. It seerns tliat Tubbs, who was for these years the Dexter village drayman, claims to have been for years paying the freight bilis of the Dexter merchants and keeping them as au investment. Now they refuse to pay and a series of snits have been cominenced to enforce payment. The claims have been assigned to his wife. John Schane was sentenced this morning to 10 days in jail for being drank on the streets Saturday night. He had been husking corn between Dexter and Ohelsea, and getting a little money carne to the city to speud it. He said he got in with some fellows and spent the money and so had nothiug with which to pay the costs and keep out of jail. Chas. Bell, who was arrested on the charge of assaulting his wife, gave bail Snnday for f 100 for his aipearance Tuesday, Nov. 29.