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wealth as for the prisoner, a verdict of guilty was rendered, and his term of confinement in the penitentiary assessed at four years. Thomas Maloney and Joseph Stephens, jointly indicted for breaking and entering the store of Wm. Holt Richardson and stealing a quantity of clothing, were set to the bar, and upon their arraignmook up the case of Maloney, who was tried, convicted, and assessed with three years confinement in the penitentiary. The Court then went into the trial of Jos. Stephens, and the case having been fully argued a verdict of guilty was rendered by the Jury, and the prisoner assessed with one year's confinement in the penitentiary. Sentence was then pronounced by the Judge upon Reed, Maloney and Stephens, who were then removed from the Court-room and carried to the Penitentiary by one of the Sergeant's deputies. In the case of Joseph Reck, indicted for stabbing and wounding Henry B. Cralt, the prisoner being set to the bar and arraigned planned no