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--The box factory of Mr. James Coghill, on 20th st., between Broad and Grace sts., was entered by thieves on Wednesday night and two kegs of nails stolen.

Mr. Wm. Page's shoe store, on 18th st., near Franklin, was broken into on the same night and robbed of its entire stock of shoes, leather, &c.

In the notice of the robbery of Mr. Woody's storeroom Tuesday night, the name should have been printed T. C. Wooddy.

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