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to them the house at which he had delivered the barrel. He took them down the north side of Main street till getting between 21st and 22d, when he stopped at Allen Nunnally's door, but afterwards said it was the next tenement. Mr. Brown procured a search warrant and searched the premises named by the negro, without finding anything. By the persuasion of the officers, Mr. B. then got a warrant for Nunnally's place, and at half-past 9 o'clock searched it. In the yard, on a pile of wood, they discovered the staves and headings of a liquor barrel, then redolent with the rums of "apple-jack," and on two of which were private marks, by which Mr. Brown recognized them. They next entered Nunnally's kitchen, and there found a barrel just filled with apple brandy, containing 32½ gallons, and a runlet consulting about one gallon more, making the exact quantity for which they were in search. Satisfied that they had found the stolen liquor, they next took steps for the arrest of Nunnelly,