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d enormous moustaches and whiskers. The police have received some clue to the perpetrators of this daring robbery, and in all probability will succeed in making their arrest. The room of Capt. T. L. Spencer was entered on Friday night, and one carpet--bag and contents, valued at $150, together with two pairs of shoes and one pair of boots, worth from two to three hundred dollars, were stolen therefrom. Having some reason to suspect Elvira, slave of Shelton S. Goode, as the thief, officers Morris and Chalkley arrested her on Saturday night last and lodged her in the lower station-house for safe-keeping. A negro man named Dick, the property of Jane Gaines, was arrested on Saturday afternoon, charged with stealing several pounds of butter, valued at $80, from Mrs. Sarah A. Walfinn. Capt. Pleasants arrested Saturday night a negro fellow belonging to John Bagnall, charged with stealing a large quantity of lard from his owner. An attempt was made to break into the stal