Downward course 9 Jan 1872 Herman Ruger
fenced to six years imprisonment in the penitentiary penitentiary on the charge of larceny, by Judge Anthony, yesterday afternoon. ,." -' -' t Two years ago young Roger was brought before Judge Anthony on the same charge, but the case was not prosecuted because of the intercession ' of the father and the prcmire of the boy to discard his evil associates associates and join the navy. This was not done, for last month he was again before the Criminal Criminal Court, charged with bunrlarizina the dwelling-house dwelling-house dwelling-house of Pavel Golla and securing articles to the value of $130. The case came up before Judge Horton, but was continued until this term of court. Judge Anthony, . in delivering sentence, spoke of the promises for the better made to him by Ruger two years previous, but which had all been broken. The court also lamented the fact that a boy of the age of Ruger should leave a good home and devote bis time to committing crime for which he must inevitably inevitably be punished. . ' Ruger'e parents were not at the trial yesterday, yesterday, and, it is said, they have resolved it is useless to further endeavor to secure immunity immunity for their son. , .'