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y charged with stealing several package of money from the coat pocket of John J Palmer, and entering by false Keys the cafe of Smith, Eaily & Co., proprietors of the remarkable under the circumstances. The first witness who testified was John J Palmer, principal cash clerk at the office from which the money was stolen. He stated at the hole in the door, Samanni remained in the counting room reading a paper Palmer and Baily were not absent more than fifteen minutes, but before they returned tis voice was heard in another portion of the building. In a short while after, Palmer missed the packages from his coat pocket and was about going into another room but having the most unbounded confidence in Samanni, he was not suspected by Mr Palmer as being the thief until within a few days before his arrest.--Officers Perrisearching Samanni be found on his person three keys, which were pronounced by Mr. Palmer as belonging to the safe, the originals to which only Mr Baily had possession