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tody for receiving the animal, knowing him to have been stolen. The witnesses in this case were not present, whereupon subpoenas were issued for their attendance this morning. [The. following are the facts reported in relation to the matter: Mr. Nichols, of Henrico, the appointee of the Government to look after Government property, learning that there was a mule marked "C. S." in Barrett's yard, who resides near the Old Market, procured the services of policeman Granger and searched the premises, which resulted in the discovery of the animal. --Being informed by Barrett that Madden and McGurdy brought him there, they were subsequently arrested on the charge of stealing. There being no back entrance to the lot, Mr. Nichols was for some time puzzled to know how he should get the animal away, but was soon informed that he had been ushered through the two lower rooms, and by that means they were therefore enabled to get him back into the street. Before they succeed, however, in coaxi