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Police arrests. --Officers Kelly and Moore arrested a negro fellow, yesterday morning, named Cyrus, slave of Mrs. Triplett, but the driver of a wagon belonging to William Scott, charged with stea bacon, the property of Captain W. M. Chastain. On Saturday evening, Captain Chastain employed Cyrus to take the bacon from the Danville depot to his residence on Shockoe Hill, and stood by tall he, and made known to them the facts of the case. After diligent inquiry, these officers arrested Cyrus upon suspicion, and carried him before Captain Chastain, who immediately recognized him as the dhose charge he had committed his bacon. As usual among most negroes when arrested for stealing, Cyrus at first denied being the driver, but afterwards, upon being questioned closely, he owned that hof the bacon at his stable and in the loft of the kitchen occupied by his wife. The rest of it, Cyrus acknowledged that he sold and gave way to a negro associate of his, whose name he pretended to h