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d be investigated. Cline sub-sequently came for the watch, but he refused to give it to him, and Cline said that was all right. When Captain Ellis was there, the negro boy who claimed the watch described it exactly before it was shown to him. B. B. Ayres, of the American Hotel, testified in regard to the pistol found upon the prisoner; that a gentleman lost one at the hotel three or four weeks, ago, and he believed that was the pistol, though he had forgotten the inscription. Officer Morris stated that Lieut. Hill reported to him that he lost a pistol like the one exhibited in Court. The prisoner was remanded to be examined before the Husting Court on a charge of grand larceny. Charles DeBlesseur, charged with being drunk and threatening to kill Wm. Stewart, Mr. Stewart, who keeps a snack house near the old market, testified that the defendant came to his house on Thursday, and called for something to eat and drink; that he gave him a nice dish of turkey; that he