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Tuesday Dec. 13, a verdict for the plaiutiff, Mrs. Sarah A. Colé, against the Lake Shore and M. S. R. R. (Jo., waa given aad the damages fixed at $5,000. Bernard Parker vs. Ira Glover; arpea]; verdict, no cause of action. George W.Gill vg. Stephen Hutchinson; replevin; jury was discharged in this case on Saturday, and the case may be taken to sotne other circuit court. Oa Monday Wm. Anderson was ar raigned for larceny from a dwelling. He atole an overcoat from the house of Mrs. Brown on E. University Ave. He was before the court last term on a similar charge and the jury disagreed. In one day after he was discharged he was caught at it again, and this time the evidence wai straight. The witnesses against him were M. M. Green, Margaret Brown, Julia Blackman, E. C. Williams and Chas. Schott. He was found guilty, and sentenced to Jackson for three years. ïred Wagner vs. Geo. Cavanagb; judgment for plaintiff by consent of counsel in open court fjr $939 69. Root, Strong & Co. ts. Calvin Mitchell; assumpsit; continued for trial upon terms, on payment of $16 witness fees and $5 attorney fee. Eliza Jane Calhoun vs. Toledo, Ann Arbor & N. M. R. R. Co. The company placed a culvert contrary to the plaintiff's wishes, and she sued for damages, getting ajudgmentin Milan for $100. It was appealed to the circuit court, and no canse of action found.


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Ann Arbor Register