--The store of Mr. Robert B. Somerville
, on 12th street, near Cary
, was broken open Friday night and robbed of nine half barrels of brown sugar
, a half box of tobacco, and ten gallons of wine — the whole valued at $8,000. The thieves forced off the grating of the basement window, and effecting an entrance into the cellar, got up into the store by bursting up the trap-door.
The building on 10th street, south of the basin, formerly occupied as a barracks by the City
Battalion, was broken into by burglars and three trunks, filled with valuable property, belonging to James H. Haner
Among other things the trunks contained two watches, one gold and very valuable, and the other galvanized.
The whole of the stolen property was not worth less than fifteen thousand dollars.
On Saturday night some thieves broke into a store-house in the yard of Mr. James Dornin
, on 29th street, near Franklin
, and stole five hundred pounds of salt pork.
The smoke-house of Mr. Richard M. Smith
, editor of the Sentinel,
corner of Leigh and 3d sts., was broken into with a crow-bar on Saturday night, and robbed of twelve pieces of bacon and three bushels of Irish potatoes.
On the same night a room in the third story of D. J. McCormick's hotel, on Main street, near the old Union, was entered by burglars and robbed of a thousand dollars' worth of wearing apparel
belonging to Mr. McCormick
In the room there was at the time a large quantity of bacon and other property which was not disturbed by the burglars, being most probably overlooked.