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In Trouble. --Richard L. Bohannon, the youth who was, on Monday, sent on to be examined before a called Court of Hustings, for purloining a case of instrumentsis purse and laid it down, his attention having been called off for a moment. Bohannon was standing by at the time. On turning round, he missed both the prisoner ant at too great a rate of speed for him to overtake him. Feeling convinced that Bohannon had appropriated the money, he waited quietly until the next morning, knowing would try to get off on the Danville cars to visit a relative in the country. Bohannon made his appearance at the ticket office of the company the next morning, and wished it to be distinctly understood that he had preferred no charge against Bohannon, out of respect to his relatives. The Mayor said he was aware of the fact, bul his life, and those who indulged that idea labored under a decided mistake. Bohannon was committed to jail to be examined before a Court of Hustings, called to ass