ated with whisky, had been twisted and called over the room and put into the bung-holes of the barrels.
Understood Mr. Edwards to say that he left the store that evening in company with a Mr. Myers, of Baltimore, who was going home.
Captain David Jackson sworn.--Is captain of police.
Arrested Edwards at the instance of three gentlemen upon a warrant made out by Mr. Davenport.
Corroborated statement of others as to the condition of things in the store.
Edwards told him he had left his store between 6 and 7, in company with Mr. Myers, about to leave for Baltimore.
After seeing him off, he returned to his store (stopping a while at the Exchange Hotel), and finding all right, went home.
Captain Jackson discovered some candles in a chair, which were a part of those cut and placed in different parts of the room.
Edwards stated he had bought them to use in his chamber.
T. P. Thomas, bar-keeper of the St. Charles, sworn.--Heard that Edwards's & Collins's liquor was escaping