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--On Saturday morning, about two o'clock, the residence of Mr. C. M. Nimmo, in Sidney, was entered and robbed of tableware, bedding. etc., aggregating in value about nine thousand dollars. The thieves entered by boring into a panel of the door, and afterwards ripping it off, thereby making a hole large enough to permit persons to pass in and out.

On Friday night last, the basement to Mr. W. W. Snead's residence, on Ninth street, French Garden Hill, was forcibly entered and robbed of a fine carpet on the floor and a small lot of cooked provisions which were in the safe. Nothing else was disturbed.

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