Tho regular summer term of the l,ircuit Court opened on Monday, Judge CkanE presiding. The Calendar is an unusnally largo one, Himmm numbering 91, classified as folio m : Criminal, 13 ; Issues oí Pact, 48 ; Issues of Law, :l ; Imparlance, 7 ; Chancery- lst elass, 19 ; 2d olaaa, 2; 3d rinsp, 2; 4th class, 7. On the first cali f e wor cases than usual were marked "continued," " discontinued," " eettled," and a largor number for trial by jury. Tip to this tiine- ïhursday noon - cases liafe been disposcd of otliorwisc than by continuance, as follows í Monday, May 26th, 1873. Martin II. Valenfine M. Georgü U. Palmer.- Suit on note. Court found noto not due and no riglit in plaintiit to sue at time, and gave judgmènti 't for costa. 30 days allowod ior bill of exceptions. Appea] of Murgn.rct Bauer from the allowanco by tho Judge of Probate of the final account of Stephen J. Cliuse, Exocutor. Dismissed without prejudice. Appeal of Fraucis Woodi'uff from the decisión of tho Commissiouers disftUowiag liis claim SgaiHBt the eslate of Gcorge E. Oooding, deceased. Scttled and discontinued. William H. Havens t. Augustus Boud. Continued by consent. Thgodore Taylói w. Alfrcd II. Partridgo and JÜliza Partridge, gnruishces cf Marcus McNsali Sottled and discontinued. Angeline M. Stewart is, Lucicn B. Stewart.- Deeraa of divorce granted. Alfred Davenport and Harold O. Newton vs. Andrev? Cole. Settled and discontinued. Victoria M. Croman 9. Jolin M. Croman. Becree of divorce granted. Tuesday, May 27. A. M. Clark et al., ve. Dwi.u'ht Hunt. Motiou for re-hearing and for fuller return and to vacate jldgment. Dcnied. The People r.i. M. H. Gooirich. False pretenstfs. Arxaigned, plead not guilty, and oontiuued until ntst term. Fanny Diekinson vs. Lyman W. Lako and Ly man Viard. Judgment for plaiutiff en default ; damages, $326.22. Wedxesdat, May 2Sth. Tho People i's. James Hackley and Henry Johnson. Information for obstructing raih-oad track in tow'n of Sylvan. Trial commenced yesterday ; jury disagrecd- 10 obstiuate members. Evan Popkins e. Jacob A. Polhemus. Judgmont for plaintiff on detault ; damages and costs, ?910.M. The People vs. Henry M. Williams. Information for assault with intent to kill. Trial commenced. The People . "William Van Sycles. Information lor forgery and uttering forged instrumenta. Ai-raigned and plead not guilty. - Trial set down for next Monday. Win. G. Chaffee vs. Henry (ïoodyear and Harvey Blackman. Order to set aside judgment for coste and recall execution. Thühsday, May 29. Tho I'aople vs. Wilbur Howard. iaroeny. Nolle pros, enterad. The People Mi James Hanua. False pi'ctenses. Strickon from calendar. The People vs. Solomon Van Fleet. Nolle pros, The Pcople vu. James V. Hicks and Hiram P. Ludden. Fals e preteiiBes, Trial progressing.