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anni, (a free white person, in conjunction with others,) on the 2d of April, feloniously destroying the property of Minna Schweitzer; Thomas Samanni, robbing Schweitzer's store of $200 in dry goods on the 2d day of April; Sarah Clampion, for stealing, on the 2d day of April, a lot of shoes, &c., from the store of James Knotts; Thomas Alexander, for stealing, on the 23d November, a $30 Shawl from Chas. DeKobe; James Morries, for stealing sundry watches from Hammet A. Pearce, March 13th; John W. Sartin, for maliciously stabbing Trenton Kennedy, with intent to kill, on the 7th of December, 1862; James H. Gilman and Archer T. Walton, for stealing a sorrel mare from Clement C. Tinsley, on the 9th of March. James Organ was put on trial for garroting and robbing Wm. H. Hardgove of a gold watch, in conjunction with one Pat Martin. He was found guilty and sent to the State prison for three years. Martin will be tried on Wednesday. James H. Gilman and Archer T. Walton were next put