Tuesiiay, April 1; In the matter of appeal of A. Anna North f'roiu the decisión of the Judge of Probate, ref'erred to Thomas Niude of Yp&ilanti. Lemuel Paul vs. Henry F. Hazlit.- Default judgment $2,441.07. Final judgment in oase of S. Congdon vs. Thomas Tnylor in tuin of $71.20. Final judgment in case of Alexander Soulier vs. J. B. Bissell of $541.50. People vs. Calvin A. Putney. ISentenced to Ionia for 1 year 0 months. People vs. Horrigan. Three years at Jackson. David Webb vs. Josiab E. Hammond. Default judgment of $230.99. Kappler vs. Kappler. Judgtnent on referees' report for plaintiff of $209.75, with costs. Bogardua vs. Miller. Default judgment of $313.37, with costs. Merker vs. HcGree. An order for security for costs within thirty days. Wednesday, April 2. Holmes vs. Osius. Non-suit 6et aside. Burt vs. Wood. Voluntary non-suit. Mary E. Brinknell vs. John Brinknell. Divorce granted. Desertion and failure to support. ffm. M. Johnson vs. Sarah J. Johnson. Desertiou. Amelia J. Parker vs. Egbert J. Parker. Desertion. Caroline üross vs. Win. Gross. Habitual drunkenness. People vs. Charles P. Meacham. - Plead guilty to bigamy and remanded For senteuoe. 21 years of' age and alleged to have had five wives. A Ypsilantian. Is Memoriam. - At a special meeting of Oteeningo, No. 295 I. O. of O. F , aeld Tuesday at their Lodge-room in ;he city of Ann Arbor, the following areamble aad resolutious were adopted : WHEREAS, It has pleased the Creator :o cali trom life to death and froru time :o etcrnity our beloved brother Eugene Polheuius, and Whereas, We desire to give evidence :o the family of our deceased brother and the community at large of the high esteem in wüich our brother was held, therefore be it Resolved, By this Lodge that we bow n humble subuiission to the mandate of Elim " who doth all things well," and las invaded our fraternal circle and ed trom our midst our wortby brother whereby our mystic chain has been broken and a link taken f'rom our lodge here lelow and joined to the chain that is 'ormingin the Urand Lodge above,there, we hope, never tu be broken. Resolved, Tbat the preamble and resolutions be spread upou the record of our minutes, and that they be published n the city papers, and a copy of them De preseuted to the family of tha deceaaed as a token of our sympathy for them n this the hour of their affliction and jereavement. T. C. Fall, Chas. J. Gaudner, C. H. Manly, Committee.