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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
Heavy Robbery. --On Monday last, while Mr. Henry Klein was absent from his residence, on Twentieth and Main streets, his room was entered and robbed of a tin box containing two four per cent. certificates for three hundred dollars, two North Carolina State bonds calling for five hundred dollars each, four hundred dollars in State bank notes, forty dollars in gold and silver, and the following articles of valuable jewelry: One gold chain, a gold locket, one pair of gold earrings, three gold rings, and one gold medallion, the property of said Klein. A servant woman in his employ, named Mary, has been arrested on suspicion of committing the act.
Henry Klein (search for this): article 8
Heavy Robbery. --On Monday last, while Mr. Henry Klein was absent from his residence, on Twentieth and Main streets, his room was entered and robbed of a tin box containing two four per cent. certificates for three hundred dollars, two North Carolina State bonds calling for five hundred dollars each, four hundred dollars in State bank notes, forty dollars in gold and silver, and the following articles of valuable jewelry: One gold chain, a gold locket, one pair of gold earrings, three goltin box containing two four per cent. certificates for three hundred dollars, two North Carolina State bonds calling for five hundred dollars each, four hundred dollars in State bank notes, forty dollars in gold and silver, and the following articles of valuable jewelry: One gold chain, a gold locket, one pair of gold earrings, three gold rings, and one gold medallion, the property of said Klein. A servant woman in his employ, named Mary, has been arrested on suspicion of committing the act.