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Sterling Muncy --Peter Burns and James McDonald were before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing $180 from William Riley, on Monday night last. Riley boarded with Mrs. Anaker, in Screamersville, where Burns, who has lost his left arm in battle, and McDonald had been stopping for several days. On Monday last Riley got on a bit of a spree, and finding himself mors than halfsens-over, as evening drew on, proceeded to his boarding-house and soon fell asleep on the floor. Abo own pocket for safe-keeping. She then retired, leaving Burns to spend the night in a rocking-chair in her chamber, and McDonald to occupy a soft plank in another room by the side of Riley. Between the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock Tuesday morning Mrs. concealed in Burns's under-clothing, which he said had been paid him the Confederate service, as he could prove; but on McDonald nothing was found. Both prisoners deny all knowledge of the money, except that they saw Mrs. Anaker take it from Riley