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Robbery. --On Thursday night the grocery store of Mrs. Emma J. Whittingham, on the south side of the basin, was burglariously entered and robbed of several thousand dollars' worth of bacon, flour, and other provisions. Officer Morris was subsequently informed by Samuel Jeter, a youth of very bad character, that he knew where the bacon could be found; but, upon searching, failed to find any. Jeter and another boy, named Lewis Dunn, (both of whom were before the Mayor yesterday as idle boys and of evil fame), were suspected of committing the robbery, as they have since been seen to have a large amount of money about them, supposed to have been obtained through the sale of their stolen plunder.