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a Lyon, charged with stealing a pistol worth $40 from Stephen T. Dent, was convicted and ordered twenty-five lashes.--Thomas Linton was arraigned for feloniously breaking into Elizabeth Annaker's wardrobe, and stealing $200 in C. S. Treasury notes and $30 in specie, belonging to George Annaker, a soldier in the army. It appeared from Mrs. Annaker's testimony that Linton, who had been stopping at her house during the absence of her son, had taken advantage of her temporary absence from home, an he used for several mornings after the operation in procuring bottles of whiskey. Officer Kelley found on the person of Linton about $40 in notes and $10 in silver. The prisoner acknowledged to getting drunk, but seemed disposed to repudiate the aas his well- known kindness of heart that induced him to step forward and save a portion of the funds. In order to allow Linton time to get the parties together that he says were conversant with the circumstances attending the affair, the examinatio