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Charged with receiving stolen goods.

--H. L. Wygand, well known in this city as the former proprietor of a millinery and trimming establishment on Broad street, was arrested yesterday afternoon, charged with receiving five thousand dollars' worth of furniture, stolen from Smith & Harwood's furniture store, on Franklin street. The stolen property was found in Wygand's cellar. When arrested he claimed to have been unconscious of the manner in which the furniture had been obtained, and stated that he purchased it for $3,000, agreeing to pay for the same this morning. Bail was given for his appearance before the Mayor.

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