The Ootober term of the circuit coart began Tue?day with a heavy doeket, the following basine?s having been traasacted Bioce that time: The Teoplo va. John Bohnett. Violatloo of liquor law. Plea of guilty. Fined $25, which was pata. The People vs. Chas. Sihmidt. Same charge as above. Mution to quash deuied. Fiued $15 costs, which was paid. The Peorle vs. John Ryan. Larceny. [Steallng sheep from John McKone, Lyndon 1 Plead guil ty and $1000 bonds given to appear for sentenee. The I eople vs. Otto Dulach. Same charge as above and same disposition made of the case. The People vs. Addison C. Collins. Kame case as abrve. Arraigned and plead not guilty. LewlsA. Wilcox, Dennis M. Doyle and Ephraim Bortle were each arraigued on the charge o violation of the liquor law. Plead not guilty. Joseph Hopkins vs. Ellen Uopkina. Divorce Decree granted. Chas. H. Richmond et al. vs. Samuel C. Andrews. Continued. The People vs. Conrad Nauman. Plead guilty to assault, and fined $35, which was puid. The People vs. Joseph Goodman. False prctenses. Plead not guilty. The People vs. Henry Frank. Violation of liquor aws. Plead guilty. Fined 310, whieh was paid. The People vs. Fred Mills. Seduction. Prisoner granted time to make motion to quash. The People vs. Wm. Smith. Larceny from a dwelllng. Prisoner tried. found guiity and tentenoec to iy2 years in siate prison. The People vs. Frank Howard. Stealing Cornwell Bros.' horse. Trial. Vsrdict of guilty; awaiting senteuce.