Bygones of Monroe:
Circuit court opened Tuesday with one of the lightest calendars in this circuit. Only 25 cases on the docket and many of them will go over the term on account of sickness and other causes which will make court business short.
People vs. William Martin, burglary. Plead guilty and sentenced to four months at Ionia.
People vs. Chas. Comet, seduction. Ordered that no further prosecution be had under information. Parties were married.
Samuel H. Jones vs. Benedict Daschner. Judgment by consent of $1.00 and costs to be taxed.
In the matter of the estate of Caroline H. Bennett, deceased; appeal of Caroline H. Till from order of Probate Court admitting will to probate. Over term without costs.
Fred Miller vs. L.S. & M.S. R'y Co.; continued without costs.
Mary Crots vs. Chas. Comet, over term.
Joseph Woodbury vs. Vincent LaPoint, plea of title. Continued without costs.
M. Peckham et al vs. O.H. Russell, continued without costs.
Wm. Sweet vs. Henry Zibbell, continued.
Joseph Ploof vs. Frank Ploof, judgment for plaintiff of $509.06.
Lillie Van Buren vs. Grant Van Buren, divorce. Decree granted.
Josephine Slingluff vs. G. Ogden Kinney, foreclosure. Decree granted.
Mary J. Walters vs. Jos. B. Walters, divorce. Continued.
Franklin Noble et al vs. Pitts Agricultural Works, cause stricken from calendar. Injunction dissolved.
Monroe Democrat, February 4, 1892, p1 c4