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ought up from jail, was arraigned on the charge of burglariously entering the store of John F. Regnault & Co. Captain James B. Pleasants stated that he was employed by Messrs. Regnault & Co. as a private watchman. On the morning of the 4th of December, between 1 and 2 o'clock, he saw a man standing in the alley in the rear of the store, and asked him what he was doing there. He said he was stopping at the "Kirk wood," and was there watching the stores. Told him to leave, and after some wed. Did not see him, but suppose the prisoner was the man arrested. John H. McAllister testified to some facts concerning the arrest of the prisoner. Mr. John F. Regnault testified that, on reaching his store on the morning of the 4th of December, he found the casing of the door prized off, a bar of the window sprung, and the window up stairs open. There were evident marks that persons had been in there, and some powder was scattered on a bench, but nothing was stolen. Captain W