sterday the arrest of T. H. Bowman, an employee in the Medical Purveyor's Department, and of W. T. Spillers and Alfred Moss, employees in the Clothing Bureau, on the charge of stealing government goodt, and had him arrested by the detectives, who, on taking him into custody, learned that he and Spillers roomed together at the boarding-house of G. W. Bowman, father of S. H. Bowman, on Franklin strernment cloth and thread, and some other drugs, pilfered from the Medical Purveyor's. Bowman and Spillers were then arrested.
All the parties being kept separate, each made a confession.
Bowman said man, but that he himself stole a large lot of sewing-thread, which had been found in his room.
Spillers said he stole by himself, and on his own account, all the cloth found in his room.
All three ufacts, committed the accused to jail, to be tried for grand larceny before the Hustings Court.
Spillers and Moss are tailors, detailed from the army to work in the clothing bureau.
Bowman is a youth