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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 instruments owned by Dr. E. L. Carter, was brought before the Mayor again yesterday, charged with stealing thirty dollars and fifty cents from Mr. Edward Norvell. The latter deposed that, about two weeks since, he went to the Spotswood Hotel and called for some cigars. In paying for them, he took out his purse and laid it down, his attention elatives. The Mayor said he was aware of the fact, but that the witness was liable to a prose cution for not informing on the offender. Information of the transaction had leaked out in the examination of the accused on the charge preferred by Dr. Carter, which up to the present time was the only thing the officers knew of the happening of any such occurrence. In reply to the suggestion that the defendant was half witted, the Mayor said he had known him all his life, and those who indulged tha