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risoner was the thief, and therefore obtained a warrant for this arrest, which was given to officers Perrin and Jenkins to execute. For some months back various amounts of money had been stolen froms not suspected by Mr Palmer as being the thief until within a few days before his arrest.--Officers Perrin and Jenains found the prisoner in the Theatre, where he was arrested and taken to the cage. On the way to the person Samanni asked Perrin what were the charges against him, and when informed that it was for robbing the Sentinel office he seemed very much agitated; but on reaching the cage ly relieved, and remarked that "it was a small affair," at the same time denying his guilt. Officer Perrin further stated that on searching Samanni be found on his person three keys, which were pronoer in a separate room, where they remained in conference for some time. When B came out he told Perrin that S had acknowledged stealing $11,000 from his safe.--The closing evidence was given by Mr Ba