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Receiving stolen coffee. --Edward M. Grant appeared before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of receiving 610 pounds of coffee stolen from Wm. W. Snead, knowing the same to have been stolen. Mr. Snead's more was broken into and robbed some two weeks since, and a morning or two thereafter, as witnesses proved, a man named Joseph Lapinzkey called at Henry Hoizbaner's stores and asked to be allowed to deposit for a short time four or five bags of coffee, which he desired to sell. TheMr. Snead's more was broken into and robbed some two weeks since, and a morning or two thereafter, as witnesses proved, a man named Joseph Lapinzkey called at Henry Hoizbaner's stores and asked to be allowed to deposit for a short time four or five bags of coffee, which he desired to sell. The request was granted by the attendant, and the coffee was left. Some half hour thereafter Lapinzkey returned to Hoizbaner's accompanied by Grant, cold Grant the coffee and had it removed to Grant's place of business, Grant paying him $3 per pound for the entire lot. Grant had sold about three-fourths of the coffee he purchased, when a search warrant was obtained, and the other-fourth taken charge of by officer Griffin.--Grant keeps grocery, and purchased the coffee of Lapinzkey, who also keeps