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Robbery extraordinary --A Warning to Railroad Travelers.--The Savannah Republican relates the following par of a late robbery on the Georgia Central Railroad, which is fully up to the cutly spirit of the times: It appears that a gentleman from Sumter county was for a supper at the Brown House, when a young man standing by observed that he had a considerable amount of money on his person. He soon commenced conversation with the stranger, ascertained that he was to take the Central Railroad cars that night, and expressed great satisfaction, as he was going that way himself. He become very cozy with his new and unwary acquaintance, went aboard the cars with him, and they took seats together. They chatted merrily along until the cars had passed Grisweldville, when the young men proposed to go to the hinder car, where he had left his carpet bag with a friend, and take a drink of liquor. The Sumter county man, being "a little dry," ready consented. The two passed out