Of the 10 cases on the criminal ocket for the December terra of the ircait court.whichcominenced Tuesay,not a single one vrill be tried. The cases against Oliver Alfred for dultcry, Erastus Brooks for exposing erson, Frank Hill for assault and batery, Herman Knapp for entering a welling in the night time, William Canady and E.ta England for adtiltery, and Charles Thompson for j sault with intent to do great bodily harm, were continued nntil the March term, and all are released on bouds. The jury will be started out on hearing the civil cases, and the one of William Finnegan vs. the Michigan Central Railrcad Co. for the death of his sou will bo the fixst one to be tried Tuesday. Then will follow Mary J. Tubbs vs. Hauuah Higgins, Dixon Burchard vs. Michael Hochradel et al., Rn tb. M. Dexter vs. Charles Schmitt et al., and Myorn Johnson vs. Wm. Kern. Other jury cases marked roady for tiral are Ben. F. Hobby vs. Hamilton Reeve, Wm. J. Webster vs. estáte of James W. Wangh, Fred Joerndt vs. Wm. Rehfuss and. Abram Wallace, Joseph Gauss vs. John Hauessler, Wm. Pratt vs. Township of Lima, Alfred Bond vs. John A. Smith, Burgderfer & Kennedy1 vs. John H. and Henry W. Miller, Kate L. Crawford vs. Daniel Ross, Ida White vs. City of Ypsilanti, Jonh S. Schaible va. Robert Benz, Jacob L. Wallace vs. A. A. & Y. E. rail■■way, Edgar Holmes vs. Alian L. Nowlin, Wm. Rowe, vs. Thomas Kearney, Finley B. Whitaker vs. Loren Babcock.