the same direction with the clerk.
They occupied the same room with Mr. John F. Smith and James J. Coakley, they sleeping in bed, and the other gentlemen . Between twelve and ten o'clock Mr. CoakleMr. Coakley, who chanced to be awoke quietly which Mr. Smith was keeping, and after apparently, taking something from under the pillow of the sleepless to his own bed. Mr. Coakley quiet thinking the thiefMr. Coakley quiet thinking the thief would next pay him a visit, but the light passed without much an occurrence.
Quarles and Gentry being waked by the servants early in the morning, got up and began to dress, when Mr. Coakley also arMr. Coakley also arose, and rousing Mr. Smith, told him what he had seen during the night, and asked him to examine his pocket back and see whether he had not been robbed.
On examination Mr. Smith found that all his money, amounting to sixty two dollars, had been stolen Mr. Coakley then roused the clerk of the hotel and insisted on having Quarles and Gentry searched, an operation which was about being carried int