In the circuit court last Saturday, Christopher C. Deuress was granted a divorce f rom Gertrude Deuress. On Mbnday Frank Wilson was tried for larceuy from a dweiling. The jury brought ia a verdict of guilty, and Judge Kinne sentenced him to four years in the lonia house of coirection. Sid Swick was tried for larceny from a dwelling, and the court room was well ülled by those desiring to hear Mrs. Mary Collins YVhiting's maiden effort. She able defended " her poor boy" as she ci'lled him. The jury were ouj tliirty minutes, brouscht in a verdict of Kuilty and he received two years in the Ionia house of correction. William Anderson was tried Tuesday for larceny from a dwelling, and the jury were unable to agree, standing seven to five in favor of conviction. The cases of Ilowell vs. Huddv, Smith vs. Talmer, Doane vs. IIoy,German vs. Clark, and the thirtv-eight cases against Cordary were continued. Eveline Doyle was granted a divorce fvom John Doyle.