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Mayo yesterday morning, who was confined to his room by sickness, Recorder James K. Caskie attended to the business before this Court. The following cases were heard and promptly disposed of: Alexander, slave of James H. Grant and Robert, slave of Dr. Tucker, were charged with being suspicious characters and running from the watchmen who made their arrest. About two o'clock Sunday morning these parties, in company with several other negroes, were discovered by watchmen Blackburn and Crafton in the rear of G. R. Howard's tailoring store, on 14th street, be tween Main and Franklin, while in the act of breaking in, and on being pursued ran off in the direction of Council Chamber Hill.--On 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 pr