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es Eddins-- and indictment for a misdemeanor. The defendant was recognized in the sum of $100 for his appearance at the next term. The cases of Dillon McCormack and Cosamore Castiglione, indictments for misdemeanor, were continued to the next term, each defendant giving security for his appearance. George Nelson and Joseph Calvin Henry were tried for stealing four dozen sora, found guilty, and sentenced to fifteen days imprisonment, and to pay the costs of prosecution. Thomas Linton was also convicted of petty larceny and sent to jail for fifteen days, and costs of prosecution added. George Williams was tried for stealing a coat, and acquitted. The Grand Jury yesterday presented the following persons for issuing shinplasters: J. B, Godsey and A. A. Raine; John F. Reguault; J. P. Swords; Thos. J. Starke; J. L. Porter; G. Barker; Thaddeus B. Starke; David Baker, Jr.--several cases against each. The Court and Grand Jury adjourned over to Saturday morning.