Caroline Matteson v. D. M. Matteson. Default of defendant. Decree of divorce as prayed, and decree for plaintiff for all the real and personal property as permanent alimony.
James Vanzant v. Mary C. Vanzant - Default of defendant, submitted and decree of divorce as prayed.
M. M. Wilcox v. Edward Wilcox. - Divorce. Decree as prayed.
C. O. Lockey v. Charles W. Lockey. - Divorce. Decree as prayed.
Richard Allen v. Johanna Allen. Default of defendant and decree of divorce as prayed.
Franklin Merriman v. Elvina Merriman. Default and decree of divorce.
Maria L. Lehmann v. F. G Lehmann. Default and decree of divorce.
Georgiana Trask v. J. J. B. Trask. Default and decree of divorce and custody of children as prayed.
Sarah J. Gardner v. G. P. Gardner. Continuance set aside. Decree of divorce as prayed and custody of children awanded plaintiff.Charles Gtchell v. Violet Getchell. - Decree of divorce as prayed.
Anna Somerville v. Wm. Somerville. Default. Decree of divorce as prayed.
Frank P. Fuller v. Agnes E. Fller. Trial by the Court and decree of divorce as prayed.Julia A. Derr v. E. W. Dean. Default. Submitted and decree of divorce as prayed, and plaintiff's name retained as before her marriage.
Martha Matthews v. Lewis Matthews. Submitted and decree of divorce as prayed and judgment against defendant for costs.
W. S. Storey v. Laura A. Storey. Default and decree of divorce as prayed.
Joseph Stewart v. Mary Stewart. Ordered that plaintiff pay to defendant the sum of $50, to be paid within ten days. Decree of divorce as prayed at plaintiff's costs.
A. Forsythe v. Martha Forsythe; action for divorce. Plaintiff testified that on divers occasions his wife had pitched at him various tokens of affection in the shape of hot stove lids, tea saucers, hot coffee &c. and that he had been otherwise inhumanly treated by his better half. The court decreed a divorce as prayed.
Susan Langworthy v. W. A. Langworthy. Action for divorce by reason of desertion and brutal treatment. Testimony was given showing that plaintiff had been turned out of doors at night; that defendant was in the habit of breaking into the house when intoxicated and abusing the plaintiff by vile language, etc., etc. Default of defendant. Trial by the court. Judgment and decree as prayed. Plaintiff allowed $4,000 permanent alimony. It is also ordered that plaintiff have control and custody of the children (twin daughters one year old), defendant to have the right to visit them once a week at reasonable hours and for a reasonable time.
A. Slowetska v. S. Slowetska. Trial by the court. Decree of divorce as prayed.
Sarah J. Livingston v. Daniel Livingston. Default. Decree of divorce and custody of children and for permanent alimony as prayed.
John Delong v. R. J. Delong. Trial to the Court. Decree of divorce as prayed. Defendant to retain custody of and maintain minor children - plaintiff to pay $150 in two equal annual payments with 6 per cent. int. Defendant to have expense of section 11, 83, 2. Costs to be paid by plaintiff. Defendant's right of dower in plaintiff's real estate released.