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uilding, was broken open by thieves, who proceeded to print for their own use a number of the issue of $100 Treasury notes. The case being given to Detective J. W. Goodrich to "work out," he succeeded in tracing the possession of one of the notes so printed to Tyrer, and establishing the fact of his having passed it as true and genuine. As the offence committed by the prisoner was against the Confederate Government, the Mayor directed officer Goodrich to take the party before Commissioner Wm. F. Watson for examination, which was done; but no new fact was elicited to throw further light on the transaction. The case, at the request of Mr. Marmaduke Johnson, who appeared for Tyrer, was continued until Saturday morning. No doubt the officer who has charge of the matter will sift it out and thoroughly unkennel the other rogues who were joined with the one already in the hands of the law in deprecating the currency of the Confederacy.--It is understood that a guard will be maintained