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Robberies. --The following cases of robbery have been reported since our last issue: On Thursday night the storeroom attached to the residence of John M. Daniel, on Broad street, near the African Church, was broken into and robbed of about $2,500 worth of bacon, lard, &c. By means of prizing chisels and augers, the back door to the store of Mr. E. Semon, on Main street, near 14th, was forced open on Thursday night, and about $8,000 worth of dry and variety goods were stolen. The loss falls peculiarly heavy upon Mr. S., as he is a man in moderate circumstances and has been in business only a few days. On Wednesday night Mrs. Shinault, living on 9th street, French Garden Hill, was visited by thieves and relieved of between $700 and $800 worth of valuable housekeeping articles. An entrance was effected into her house by means of picking the lock to the back door, and then the articles stolen were removed through the back way.