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counter. It turned out to be Mr. Euker himself, who was closing up the store, and after he suffered himself to be locked in there was no way for him to escape. When Euker opened the store yesterday morning Slattery was crouched up under the counter. On account of the absence of the Mayor, who had previously had the cases under consideration, the following were continued: William, slave of Samuel Fauntleroy, and William, slave of A F Gooch, charged with breaking into the house of Mrs Mary Harris, and stealing therefrom two bombazine dresses, valued at $200; Jordan Miller, charged with having in his possession a bay mare, valued at $500, the property of Edwin J Duval, knowing her to have been stolen, and with stealing a horse, valued at $400, from some person unknown; and Rose, slave of Holeman Duval, charged with stealing a lot of boots and shoes, valued at $500, from Charles Callman. William, slave of Spotts & Harvey, arrested without a proper pass, and having a pair of g