--Several robberies have been perpetrated upon our citizens during the past two or three nights.
On Friday night the store of P. A. Woods
, on Cary
, opposite the foot of Eleventh st., was burglariously entered and robbed of over one thousand pounds of bacon.
On Saturday night the dwelling of Wm. Rutheford
, corner of Foushee and Grace sts., was broken into and robbed of three barrels of flour and a quantity of other provisions.
On the same night the hat store of Major
, on Eagle Square, Main st., was entered and robbed of a considerable number of hats and caps — the exact amount not known.
The thieves effected an entrance by forcing open the front door.
The premises of James Pitman Tyler
, in the Northern
part of the city, were also invaded on Saturday night, and robbed of a number of fowls.