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ed until Friday for further examination. The case of the parties arrested at the house of Ann Thomas, on Saturday night, was called up--Mr. Seal, policeman, being sworn, testified to his knowledgte reputation of "Mulberry Grove"--Thomas M. Hiltsheimer, Jr., said that the party who went to Ann Thomas's on the night of the murder, proceeded from No. 100 Main street. He had been invited to suppearted could play on the piano, and suggested that they could find such an instrument either at Ann Thomas's, Alice Ashley's, or Josephine Demeritt's. Witness had often been at Ann Thomas's, and the paAnn Thomas's, and the party decided to proceed thither. Most of the witnesses examined before the Coroner repeated their testimony, throwing no additional light on the subject of the murder of Whitmell. The case was concluded by the Mayor holding Ann Thomas in $500 ball to appear before the Grand Jury to answer an indictment, and each of her boarders in the sum of $200. The men found in the house were discharged on the