People va. Geo. Johnson. Charged with breaking into a railroad oar at Dexter with intent to ooinmit larceny withdrew plea of nofc guilty and entered that of guilty. Jane A. Corey vs. E. L. and Jas. C. MoGee. Default judgment $734.45. People vs. Win. E. MoNulty. Charged with larceny from dweiling of David Ehma. Sr., of Lodi. Found guilty by jury. One yer at state house of correction at Ionia. Pfeifle vs. Hirth and otherg. Tried by jury. Verdict for plaintiff of 560.35. Orson A. Sober va. James M. Niohols. Continuad on oondition that oosts of term and $10 attorney's fee be paid by plaintiff to defendant. People vs. Norris Tipadore. Sentenoed to state house of correction at Ionia one year. Peopla vs. Anson Holt. Two yeare and siz months at Jaokson. People vs. Arthur Hubbard. The same. People vs. Geo. Johnson. Ionia house of oorrection one year. People vs. Wm. L. Fullerton. Sentence suspended on account of ill-health. Sick in jail. Court adjourned to Tuesday at 9 A. M. Couit re-cominenced on Tuesday at designated hour. Loretta E. Eaton va. Hirain Day. Partios reside in town of Ypailauti. Aotion brought for libel, defendant charging jilaintitf with want oi' ohastity. Three methods of uttt;ring the libel wero adopted, to-wit : 1. By tarring the foncoa where plaintiff was stopping. 2. By penciling words upon shinglea and posting them in the highway. 3. Letters - of which thero we re three - sent through Ypsilanti P. O. These libela were uttered during 1877 and early part of 1878. Counsel for plaintiff, Albert E. Crane of Ypailanti and K. E. Frazer of Ann Arbor. For defense, Joslin and Whitinan of Ypsilanti. This case occupied attention of court on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and is likely to consume the week.