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to Lieut. Hill." Prisoner then said his name was Condon, but afterwards said that Dawson was his right name. Said be didn't steal the watch, but merely put it in his pocket and carried it away. (Witness here handed the watch to the Mayor.) John Williams. (watchmaker,) testified that a man named Cline and another left a watch with him to be repaired; that the prisoner at the bar afterwards came in and said it was his watch, but he declined to give it to him. Witness consulted with Justice Taylor, who advised him not to let any one have it until the matter could be investigated. Cline sub-sequently came for the watch, but he refused to give it to him, and Cline said that was all right. When Captain Ellis was there, the negro boy who claimed the watch described it exactly before it was shown to him. B. B. Ayres, of the American Hotel, testified in regard to the pistol found upon the prisoner; that a gentleman lost one at the hotel three or four weeks, ago, and he believed t