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Robberies. --On Wednesday night the private storeroom of Mark Downey, over his store, on the corner of Broad and 3d streets, was broken open and robbed of about $1,000 worth of bacon. The thieves entered next door, and ascending to the second story, got over into the back porch of Mr. Downey's, from which they succeeded in Mr. Downey's, from which they succeeded in forcing open the window shutter to the room in which the bacon was kept. This is the second time Mr. Downey has been robbed within the past few months. A successful haul was made upon the larder of Mrs. Mehala Trowbridge, residing in the neighborhood of Buchanan Spring, on Tuesday night. About twelve o'clock, after all the oMr. Downey has been robbed within the past few months. A successful haul was made upon the larder of Mrs. Mehala Trowbridge, residing in the neighborhood of Buchanan Spring, on Tuesday night. About twelve o'clock, after all the occupancy of the house had fallen asleep, a servant in the kitchen was aroused by footsteps in the back yard, and jumping out of bed she proceeded to investigate the matter, when the thieves ran off. Not dreaming that any further intrusion would be made upon the premises that night, the negro woman did not think it worth while to a