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House Storing secures to have assumed an epidemic form, Every day or two some young man is sent to jail on charge of horse stealing, and not a few of them have found employment in the penitentiary on conviction of that change. Yesterday morning a man called Marrin Murphy was before the Recorder to answer for stealing a horse, but owing to the absence of witnesses the on was deferred till the 12th inst.--W. J. Shepperd was also up on charge of stealing a horse from M. E. Andrews, and sent to prison for a future herring.

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