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returned a verdict of guilty and accessed his term of confinement at three years in the Penitentiary. Sentence was immediately pronounced on the accused. John H. Brown was next tried for breaking into a room occupied by John H. Scribner and stealing $180 worth of clothing. The robbery was accomplished with the aid of Geo. Hoeli, who, after being put in the jail, engaged in several enterprises which insured him a several years' adjourn in the Penitentiary. Though jointly indicted with Brown, the prosecution against Hoppell for the abduction of Scribner's raiment was abandoned. The proof of Brown's complicity was deemed sufficiently plain by the jury the abduction of Scribner's raiment was abandoned. The proof of Brown's complicity was deemed sufficiently plain by the jury who found him guilty, and ascertained the term of his imprisonment in the Penitentiary at three years. Sentence was immediately passed, and he and Hoppell taken to their future abode by the City Sergeant.