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Aiding and abetting. --Myer, Myer, a young man of perhaps twenty-five years, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, to answer the charge of aiding and abetting in stealing 640 pounds of coffee from Wm. W. Snead.--Mr. Snead's store, on 10th street, between Main and Cary, was forcibly entered in the night time, and four barrels of coffee stolen and carried away. Some few days after the robbery Mrs. Sarah Densler was arrested on suspicion of receiving the stolen coffee, knowing the same tMr. Snead's store, on 10th street, between Main and Cary, was forcibly entered in the night time, and four barrels of coffee stolen and carried away. Some few days after the robbery Mrs. Sarah Densler was arrested on suspicion of receiving the stolen coffee, knowing the same to have been stolen, and on her examination before the Mayor, facts were brought to light which led to the arrest of Myer. Yesterday morning Mrs. Densler was examined as a witness, and testified that on the morning of the 9th instant, about the hour of 6 o'clock, Myer came to her store and asked the privilege of bringing in some blockade goods which had been offered him by two white men, and which he wished to purchase. Knowing Myer, she gave her consent, and the four barrels, containing c