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--On Saturday night, the grocery store of Ould & Selman, on Franklin street, near the Old Market, was broken into from the front way and robbed of a keg of lard and a large lot of butter, liquors, etc., amounting in value to upwards of seven thousand dollars' worth. The thieves cut from the window one of the large plate glasses and passed in and out through the hole made thereby.

A few nights since, the smoke-house of John F├Žner, a soap maker, living in Screamersville, was broken into and robbed of about two thousand five hundred dollars' worth of bacon. The police, yesterday, were on the track of the thieves, with a fair prospect of success.

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