The circuit court convened last Tuea day, Judge Kinne presidinjj. There was a general atlendance of tlie bar when the calendar was called, which contained 78 cases and was the largest one for years The following cases were dispoaed of: Eli Ward va. Michigan Central K. K. Co. Contlnued on applicatlon of defendant, The People vs. Lewls A. Wilcox. Vlolatlon o liquor law. Prleoner arrnfgned plead giillty an( entenced to py flne of f25 UO. Morrell Goodrich vs. George Lamb. Appeal Continued. George Lamb vs. George Goodrich. Appeal Continued. Wm. Wanner vi. C. W. Lyou and L. M. Lvon Contlnued. Salina Bnntlng vs. John Keek. Appeal. Jadgment for plaintlfl' on default for t,142.OU, witl cuBts to be taxed. Abram (iori-lin vs. Dewltt C. Bucklln. Injnnction. Keferred to J. F. Lawrence by consent o partles for adjuelment. George Moorman vs. Morris Hale and Clark Cornwell. Injunctlon. Referred to John F. Lawrence by connent of parties for m'Ijuk: uienr. Wm. Wauner v. C. W. A L. M. Lynn. Motlon to set aslde default grantcd. and molion to noneuit denled. Matllda Vernam vs. James L. Vernam. Divorce Doeree grauted.