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a carpet-bag and placed under Mrs. White's bed. Learning that the trunk had been brought there the night before by the prisoners and Billy Conners, the police started in pursuit of the robbers. On getting to the corner of 17th and Main streets the police saw Collier, Welsh, and James Denay at the corner of 17th and Cary streets, and started in pursuit of them. Observing the approach of the officers, the trio drew their pistols and started for a race. Immediately the police gave chase, officer Seal running down and capturing Collier and Denay, and officer Brooks and partner catching Welsh. [When Seal captured Collier and turned him over to officer Bibb the prisoner had thrown around him a light coat, which he dropped, and which Bibb failed to possess. For the recovery of this coat the Mayor now offers a liberal reward, as it may prove important in another case.] Dr. Fisher testified that he left his trunk in his room Sunday evening, and on his return at a late hour that night
A Leak white face, Tobias maker, No. 33,888, is how held by officer Seal, of the city police, for want of an owner. The officer took it from a prisoner charged with grand larceny, and thinks his right to it very doubtful. Any claimant can see it at the Mayor's Court.