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Highway robbery. --Alderman Taylor yesterday issued a warrant against M. Welsh, at the instance of James Matheny, a soldier, who charges him with robbing him on Wednesday, January 29th, at the corner of Cary and Pearl streets, of a pocket-book containing four $20 Confederate Treasury notes of the value of eighty dollars. The robbery is alleged to have been committed on the evening of the day named. Up to a late hour yesterday evening the police had not succeeded in apprehending the offender.
Aid to the 35th Va. Regiment. In addition to the amounts heretofore acknowledged subscribed in behalf of this regiment, whose homes are now in the hands of the enemy, the following additional sums have been received by Mr. J. L. Reeve, the Treasurer of the fund, at Messrs. Yancey & Harrison's. The total amount received up to this time is $1,445.82: Jas. Thomas, Jr., $10; Eliott & Drewry, $35; C. T. Worthem & Co., $10; J. M. Taylor & Son, $10; I. & G. B. Davenport, $10; C. W. Purcell, $10; Nicholas Mills, $15; Mrs. Bettle C. Jones, $2; N. A. Thompson, $2; Cash, $5; R. T. Hubard, Jr., $17; Cash, $10.