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es here now are of more than daily occurrence. On Sunday morning, between three and four o'clock, the residence of Com. Joseph Smith, on 9th street, was entered and robbed of various articles, some being rifled from the pockets of the sleepers. Among the articles taken was a gold watch with several charms or trinkets. It was the property of the gallant Lieut. Smith, son of Com. Smith, who was killed in the conflict with the Merrimac. The other articles taken were a silver watch marked "SmitCom. Smith, who was killed in the conflict with the Merrimac. The other articles taken were a silver watch marked "Smith," a lady's breastpin, articles of silver, and a quantity of money in gold and Treasury notes. This is one of the boldest robberies ever perpetrated in this city, one of the burglars having been seen by a lady in her room, and commanded by him to kSmith," a lady's breastpin, articles of silver, and a quantity of money in gold and Treasury notes. This is one of the boldest robberies ever perpetrated in this city, one of the burglars having been seen by a lady in her room, and commanded by him to keep quiet, as she did of course from fear. The grocery store of Fagarty, corner of Tenth and D. streets, was entered last night between the hours of six and ten o'clock, and robbed of about $900. No clue to the robbery has yet been obtained.