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ffice to the jail, the negro fellow's mistress followed along and assailed the officer who had him in charge with all the abuse which she was capable of uttering, sometimes rushing at him as if she intended exercising personal violence. Mrs. Mary James, the white woman at whose house a large lot of stolen property from Camp Winder was found about a week ago, was yesterday arrested by the same efficient officer who made the above captures, at the house of Signiago, on Cary, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Signiago, when first called upon to state whether Mrs. James was there, denied that she was; but upon a search being made of the premises, she was discovered secreted behind some rubbish in an out-of-the-way part of the house. Since the discovery of stolen goods in her house she has succeeded in keeping out of the way of the officer; and indications pointed so clearly to the belief that she had made her way to the enemy that an order for the confiscation and sale of