The Circuit Court
The December term of the Circuit Court oponed Monday at 9 a. m. A number of the criminal cases were promptly disposed oL Gco. Bryant, charged with assault; Edward H. Wirtfor violation of llquor law: Frod. Laubengayer, for disorderly conduct, and Arthur Poland, for assault and batterj were disoharged. The cases against C. P. McKinstrj for appropriating public funds: Joh O'Grady for rape: Gustave Brehm, fo violation of liquor law, and Timoth Love for assault and battery, continue until the next term. John Berener and JbYed. Lewis, charged with larcenj pleaded guilty and sentence was sus pended. On Tuesday John Kelly changcd hi plea to guilty on a charge of attempt ed larccny, and was sentenced to six months at Ionia. The notorious Jimmie Blythoman ohanged his plea to guilty and was sentenced to Ionla for 18 months. The caso of Edward O'Neil vs. Dr. .T. G. Lynds was continued over to the next term. The case on trial yesterday and the day beforc was tliat of Virgie Comiskio ajrains the City of Ypsilanti for damages for injuries received from a fall on an Ypsilanti pave ment.
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