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the next day he would pay her the market rate for the certificate. She called the next morning, and having sworn before a notary that she was L. B. Leath, and that the certificate was her property, Mr. Williams paid her $850 for it. On Friday, he learned, through the newspapers, that the certificate had been stolen from L. B. Leath, a gentleman of Petersburg, at the Petersburg depot, in this city. He at once informed the police of all the circumstances, and they being led to believe, from the description, that a woman named Elizabeth White, living on 8th street, near Cary, was the party who had sold the certificate, went at once and arrested her. When arrested she confessed that she had sold the certificate, but said it had been given her by a youth named Collier. The police then arrested Collier. Both parties were brought before the Mayor on Saturday, when Mr. Leath, the gentleman from whom the certificate had been stolen, being absent, the case was continued till this morning.