ed with depriving this institution of the bacon, flour, &c, which had been collected for the support of the helpless orphans, the graceless rascals forced their way into an adjoining room, where was kept a lot of crockery, sliver spoons, &c, and besides taking away the most valuable of the collection, broke up what they left behind.
This establishment has been robbed two or three times within the past five or six months.
During the day of Saturday a valuable milch cow, belonging to Martin Staples, was stolen from his lot, near the corner of 4th and Byrd streets, and some time the same night another cow belonging to him was also driven off.
The dairy in the yard of John H. Stephens, on 2d street, between Canal and Byrd, was broken into and about $500 worth of butter, lard, bacon, &c., carried off.
By means of boring and chiselling, the back basement door to the residence of Juan Pizzini, on Grace, between Foushee and Adams streets, was forced open, and several thousand d