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he next morning, knowing that if such was the case, he 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 he, being in readiness, seized him, and recovered a portion of his funds, which he readily identified. Wishing to get the remainder, he threatened to carry the offender to the cage, whereupon he informed him that he had expended twenty dollars of the money with "a Jew, named Levy," for a coat and shawl. Going to the latter, he recovered his money and caused the party to surrender in exchange the coat and shawl. He thus recovered all (for nearly all) of his money. The witness stated that he 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, but that the witness was liable to a prose cution for not informing on the offender. Information of the transaction