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e Provost Marshal to be sent to his command. Wingfield S Tynes, charged with stealing one hundred and seventy-five dollars' worth of cotton ducking from Wm W Stagg, tailor, on 11th street, was held to bail to answer the offence before the Hustings Court. The accused is a tailor by trade, and for some time back has been in the employ of Mr Stagg, who charges him with purloining from time to time various articles from his store. Stagg testified that, doubting the honesty of Tynes, he kept watch on him, and on Thursday last he took from his coat pocket a piece of white cotton goods which he could swear was his own; whereupon he ordered the prisoner to Stagg testified that, doubting the honesty of Tynes, he kept watch on him, and on Thursday last he took from his coat pocket a piece of white cotton goods which he could swear was his own; whereupon he ordered the prisoner to "take up his trunk and be off." Before permitting him to leave, however, at the suggestion of a son of Gov Smith, he had his trunk searched, and found therein four pieces of cloth, which he recognized by his private mark. This discovery caused him to obtain an arrest warrant.--Tynes proved by a witness an excellent character, and