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Judge Lyons Court, yesterday.

--James R. Shumaker, indicted for stealing a horse, was tried and convicted, and his punishment assessed at five years in the penitentiary.

Frederick Miller, charged with stealing a gold watch, boots, hat, &c., from David McDaniels, was sent to the penitentiary for three years. Having before been in that institution, an additional term of five years imprisonment was pronounced against him.

John Harper, for felony, was convicted and contracted to the penitentiary for one year. Five years additional was imposed upon him in of having been there before.

John Ford, indicted for stealing a hundred dollar note from P. H. Gilmour, was acquitted.

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