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however, they again began operations, and continued to roll the hogs head a short distance further, when watch men Page, Drake, and Jude came up and took them in custody. There was no doubt on the minds of the witnesses as to the identity of the prisoners. The tobacco, which had been taken to the lower station-house, was recognized, from peculiar marks, as that belonging to Mayo, and he was authorized by the Mayor to take it away. John F. Fitzgerald, charged with obtaining $1,500 from Bally & Fisher under the representation that he had a large quantity of whiskey, brandy, and other articles enroute to this city from Lynchburg, which he would turn over to them when it arrived, was then called to the bar. Mr. Fisher's testimony proved that Fitzgerald called on him a few days since, and upon exhibiting a bill of consignment for a variety of valuable articles purporting to have been received by him from Mr. W. E. McEnery, a merchant at Lyncbburg, he advanced him the amount of money