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n reaching the summit of the hill Blackburn and Crafton caught up with Robert, while the others continued their fight, closely followed by watchmen Fabins and Marcellus Hicks, who had by that time joined in the chase. Marcellus soon ran down and captured Alexander but the one pursued by Fabins proved to be an ugly customer, and just as he was about catching him the fellow wheeled around and fired a pistol at him, (Hicks,) the ball passing through the cape of his overcoat. Hicks then knocked him down, but the fallow rolled over and over down the hill, and gaining his feet finally succeeded in getting away, leaving behind, however, the pistol (which is a supHicks then knocked him down, but the fallow rolled over and over down the hill, and gaining his feet finally succeeded in getting away, leaving behind, however, the pistol (which is a superior Colt's revolver) and an overcoat, in the pocket of which was a deed, conveying some property to his wife. The fellow's name is Edward, and he belongs to W. W. Jones, but has recently been employed in driving a wagon on the streets for Mr. Hillyard. Alexander and Robert, the parties arrested, were ordered to be whipped to th