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od citizen of the State and Confederate States. Extensive robbery in Charleston, S. C. On Thursday night last the house of Mrs. White, corner of Tradd and Greenhill streets, was burglariously entered, and a small box, containing jewelry and stock, with some $800 in bank bills, was stolen. The matter was immediately given over to the police, who, on yesterday, succeeded in arresting two negroes, one named Alice, belonging to Mrs., White, and the other named William, belonging to Mr. Wm. Green. From these negroes the small box was recovered, containing $2,000 in city six per cents and a lot of valuable jewelry; upwards of $600 of the bank bills have also been recovered. The negroes are in custody for examination. Wholesale reduction of salaries. The City Council of Charleston has made a decisive break for retrenchment: The salary of the Mayor has been reduced from $4,000 per annum to $2,500. That of the Chief of Police from $2,000 to $1,200, the Chief of Police