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Proceedings Of Circuit Court.

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TlIURSDAY, Aug. 7. First National Bank of Aun Arbor, vs. W. 8. Hicka and others. Aotion brought to recover ou a discount note. Amanda O. Stiles, vs. Leander Stiles. Case of divorco between Ypsilanti town6hip parties. Plaintiff 's witnesses - Hersolf, W. H. Ellsworth, Arden Wilkinson, Dr. N. Webb, Lydia J. Ellsworth. Defendant' s- Dr. David A. Post, Dr. E. W. Odell, Nathan Reed, Albert Olds, Einraa Olds, Newton Crittendeu, W. W. Phillips, Jane Reed, John Perkins, himself. By consent of counsel on either side case subinitted to court. Divorce ordered. Question of alimony deferred for further hearing on Sept. 5. People vs. Fred Foley. Fred stole $30 from his mother. At the age of 14 he goes to reform school at Lansing until he arrivés at 18 years of age. FlUDAY, Aug. 8. In case of First National Bank of thig city, vs. W. 8. Hicks and others, motion to set aside default granted, and case stand for trial at this terra. Durand and Tuttle, vs. Wüson West. Plaintiff recovers judgment in $100 less $30 costs. Allowed until Sept. 2 to move for new trial on grounds of small judgment. Chas. D. Colman, vs. W. P. Groves. Defendant has thirty days within which to settle bill of exceptions after the motion for new trial shall havo been decided. Chas. A. Batwell and others, va. W. H. Deubell. Hearing upoa motion to set aside report of referee set down for Sept. 4. Saturday, Aug. 9. S. H. Douglas, vs. Jas. McMahon and others. Petition to file suppleuientary bilí in foreclosuro granted. The Eegents, vs. S. II. Douglas, P. B. Roso and others. Argument by Judge Douglas in support of an order upon P. B. lióse to show cause why he should not be punished for contempt in not producing certain exhibits in the University case. Sawyer for defeuse. Deoision reserved. Almira Thompson wanted a divorce froui her late liege lord Silas Thompson on ground of desertion, and got it. Partios reside in this city. Mary J. Crum incarcerated in jail on charge of pilfering a gold ring and five yards of cambric from Sarah McConnell, tried before Justioo Clark and sentenced for 25 dnys, was babeas corpused on ground of informality of commitment and dischargod. Court adjourned to Sept. 2. New arrival oí' Fine Grocerios at tho City Tea Store, twodoors east postoffice. Fresh Teas and Cofi'ees a spocialty. Cali I anj suo. M, D. L. BüANCll.


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