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Stealing a watch. --Night before last Joshua Owens, of Baltimore, and Capt. Wm. T. Clarkson, being together, and the latter being taken sick, Owens carried him to a boarding-house on Brook avenue, kept by Mrs. Green, to lie down and take a naphim. Clarkson then laid down and fell asleep, and thereupon Owens went to Mrs. Green, and representing that Clarkson had senttch received it from her and made off. When Clarkson awaked Owens and the watch had disappeared. He at once obtained a warrant for the arrest of Owens, and put it into the hands of watchman John E. Brooks. Yesterday morning about eight o'clock, Brooks and Clarkson being on the look out for Owens, saw him enter the "Here's Your Mule" house, on 8th street, near the Spotswood Hotel. Brooks followed Owens and arrested him, and ascertained from him that he had traded the watch off to C. Lumsden, jundred dollars. The watch was recovered from Mr. Lumsden's and Owens locked up for a hearing before the Mayor this morning.