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Heavy Robbery

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-At Hamilton, C. W., on Sunuay night, the dry goods store, of Iï. & J. lïoy was cntcrccl by burglars, who canied off about 8'2,500 worth of silks. Thore is no cluo to tlio rubbciü'. jjE" The unknown burglar, who was rccently sliot and captured in Arm Arbor, lias been discovered to be a gentleman bachelor residing in Detroit. lio was, apparently a single man of excellent leisure, kept a furoished house, and domestics. 15ut for the misbap on bis last excursión, bc would be vut moving in and' adorning the selcet oirelo of' bis acquaiDtance. A suarch of bis house failed to rcveal any traco of bis accoinplioes, the only papers fouud boing hi.s Grocery and other tradesman's bilis, all scrupuloualy itemized and roeeipted. He was evidenfj ly an exemplary gentleman. Wbether he "owned a pew," we are not infornied but he ccrtainly sbowed a strong leaning for the Olmreh wlion Guitorman took after bim with a gun. Tho t;ood prospect of a protracted residence in Jackson in! duced bim to sell, by bis attorney, bis Detroit furniture, whicb it auction


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Michigan Argus