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mpting to shoot an unknown woman in the street, was called and continued on account of the absence of witnesses. John T. Smith, a native of Richmond, and regarded as one of the worst specimens of juvenile depravity in its limits, was arrested, ailor, 14th street, and stealing a cloth overcoat worth $25 Reed pretended to be in search of a pair of pantaloons, while Smith walked to the rear of the store and put the coat under his talma. Howard, after an exciting chase, recovered his own coaad taken cession to evaporate from the prisoners' dock. He amount of calling would make him respond. The examination of Smith resulted in his being sent on for grand larceny. This course had been pursued in a half dozen other cases heretofore pending against him, but with great good luck he has always passed the ordeal of a jury in safety. Reed and Smith also stand charged with robbing the Linwood House of a watch and other articles, for which they are yet to answer. John W. Brown, G