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--Rose, belonging to the estate of Thomas O'Burton; was charged with having stolen from the boarding-house of J. E. Criss, one counterpane worth $50, one pair of window curtains valued at $50, a lot of cups and saucers, and some towels. The result of a search warrant failed to discover any of the articles alleged to have been stolen, save one towel, which corresponded with those said to have been stolen from Criss's residence. The Mayor was not willing to punish any one upon a mere comparison of an article produced, and would continue the case to allow the complainant to bring further evidence against Rose, if he had any.

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