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--This tribunal resumed business yesterday at eleven o'clock, Recorder Caskie presiding. Henry Hudnall gave the required bond as a Notary Public and qualified as such. Charles Toothaker, charged with feloniously stealing a quantity of clothing belonging to E. J. Steward, was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Thomas F. Eanes, charged with feloniously assaulting and stabbing Francis Craven, watchman at the Danville Depot, was remanded for trial and refused bail. Mary Sullivan, a young white female, charged with stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from Archibald B. Miller, also with stealing two pairs of boots from Wm. F. Childress, and also, with stealing a silk dress, the property of Edwin Knotts, was remanded to be tried upon each charge. August Fisch, a soldier, charged with stealing five hundred dollars from Zella Glenman, a Cyprian, was discharged, it being shown that the prisoner did not intend to commit a theft. The Court then adjourn