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Bacon thief. --It will be recollected that, on Wednesday, when the two negroes who robbed Mr. Jas. R. Chiles's smoke-house were arrested, one of the robbers, named Cornelius, slave of L. M. Jude, could not be found, having run away from his master's on the first approach of danger. Acting on information received that he had gone to Chafin's Bluff with the City Battalion, officer Granger went down to that post yesterday and arrested him. He found him employed cooking for Capt. Bass, of the battalion.
saw the accused standing on the corner of a street, whilst Bass was hallooing that he had been robbed at some distance off. Ryan was arrested Thursday morning, in the same house of ill-fame from which Bass had started on the previous night, and had a very dangerous slung shot in his pocket at the time. Johnson, who is a member of the State Guard, was arrested by another member and handed over to the police Thursday evening. The Mayor sent both of the accused on to the Hustings Court. Cornelius and Allen, slaves of Mrs. Keach, were charged with stealing a calf, valued at $380, from Mr. Wellington Goddin. Mr. Goddin stated that the calf had been killed in his cow-house last Monday night week and carried off. A negro woman named Hoster, who lives in the same house with Allen, said that on the night that the calf was stolen the accused were at her house together. The next morning she saw blood in her pig trough and yard, and told Allen about it, who immediately tried to cover up th