Proceedings Of Circuit Court
Thursday, Nov. 13. The caso of Chester Parsons against J. Manlcy Youug gors ovor to next term. In tbo case oi' Johu MeKillop vs. Jas. S. Gorman and Edward Gorman, plaintiff rcccives judgment in $104,8G and costa. Exocution ordered. Delia M. Euck receives default judgmoutof (189,74 against Wni. ï. McLean. Execution ordored. Friday, Nov. 14. The case of Otho Moe vs. Nclson Bootb goes over this term. In tlic case of Win. D Harriman Judge of Probate, for tfee uso of Ella A. Dodsworth, vs. Edwin B. McCard and Sberinan Hinokley, prooeedings are stayed for ten days to allow time for íiling a bul of cxceptions. Saturday, Nov. lö. Case of Mary J. Culp appealing from au order of tbe Probate Court allowïng the account of Jas. B. Gott, guardián, occupying three days attention of court and jury, continued. In tbe appoal of Jacob Braun, ministrator &c, of estáte of Jno. Miller, doceased, the court ordered the decree of the court below affirmed except as hereinafter modified, viz : That said . ministrator pay claim of Ignatz Forche, being amount of jndgment recovered by hini within thirty days together with costs, and said causo be remittad to Probate court for further proceedings necessary to carry this order into effect. - Court adj'd to Tuesday next Tuesday, ÏTov. 18. In the case of the People vs. Harlow L. Pew charged with stealing one bay horse of $100 value from Hyland H.Honeywell Oct. 22, last, of Ypsilanti town, plead not guilty. Chas. D. Coleraan vs. Israel Hall, Oliva B. Hall and Clara M. Colman. - Case continued until next term. Same disposition as to Charles D. Colman vs. Emica Ashley and others and Chas. D. Colman vs. Henry Ashley. Caso of appeal of Mary J. Culp, &c, occupiod attention of court this day. Verdict for plaintiff of ?11,1G2.4S. This case has been staycd until the first day of next term i'orfiling bill cf exceptions. John Surridge of Monroe Co., admitted to citizenship. Wednosday, ïiov. 19. Christina Eckard vs. Michigan Central Eailroad. This action is brought to recover Í.jOÜO in damages for injuries to person, thus : Being at Nashville, Barry County, and desiring to go home plaiutiff applied fnr a ticket, allegirig the agent told her the train stopped at Francisco where she residad. When on board she found to the contrary and was obliged to go on to Ann Arbor, where shefailed toalight until the train had started. It being dark she sustainod injuries about the hocid particularly, and to a losser extent upon other portions of her person. Thursday, Nov. 20. Iïailroad case on.
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