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ried it broke down Monday night, about 12 o'clock near the corner of 9th and Main sts. While Vanderlip went for assistance the watchmen came by, and learning the contents of the wagon and the name of the pretended owner, arrested the parties found in possession of the seine, they having been not fled by Mr. Gitchoock of his loss, When Vanderlip came back with another wagon they asked him who the property belonged to, and he replied to himself.--He was then taken in custody. It appearing that Russell was less guilty than the other parties, he was admitted to bail for his appearance before the Hustings Court on the 28th inst. The others, save the negroes, who had merely gone along to help to move the saine, were committed, without bail, for examination on the charge of grand larceny. About a week since Vanderlip was released from jail, having just finished a six months term for misdemeanor. On Saturday the Hustings Court sent Mary Vanderlip, his wife, thither for committing perjury.