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octimaiieifiri Now !ark an Eialardsy
012 2 1 71H;; - ; . •
, Iv is the shareltolders
I.'• and spwret - eldtMlOwlitt!tita km= by
the great bank delfslostion at Cleveland
contemp &tea recourse to the provisions
of -:04. AS 4)04 " nal Bank act,
tiwhich declare the persons! liability of
i! dlrectoie who permit the violation of
jai any 11111711114t h o Lw.-
Tat itoolAis e4e, to bred Britola, on
Fl Ametican lethwisot kW. an ounce or an.
der, now twelve amts, will be redneed
to six cents arta the Ask prostate. The
f,l agreement to this end has just been per.
V faded, with the ald of the Cable. The
Feeneheitthinides are still averse to an
abatemeit,lat may be better eddied
, 2 daring the year.
Tao New Dominion Government very
wiseittit'rotorting . to toms for tie
adittsil4:42 ptilOieal troubles in the
Red ,ftlyeitsOlony. ,Instead, It has or-
Pubtatind !dispatched thither a peace.
auddstgi. comtnission, hesde4 Col.
isanosSurstinger, the present haul•chier
of the o,llbbowely tribe of. Indiana This
gentleman has conducted similar negoti.
aliens, Verdi:no, with perfect moons.
The Montreal News urges the Govern
ment to show equal discretion in Its dest
iny with the, half-breed and iffteritall
elenurat batborefractory colony, support
ing the policy of Indian redden:ion , by
caudilighttig politiCal Institutions afa
acteriedliberel as to leave to these colo
nists “itolltbig to envy In the neighbor.
log Republie." • Miss advice I
Atrotcia /rove 'Utah ate such a toots
anion ierioes inipreleimlore; at Wash•
term of an early collision with the
Mormon , . The Government Is
apparently tatting the proper measures to
=Wirt tits authority In that .territory.
All Hit Wendt§ hale teen drafted hem
the depots to the frontier posts, and such
troop -es are available on the Eastern
roast, are being massed at blew York,
and agerpped for a long journey. On
the etlithand, the Mormon preparations
havf(tiiiiii active and vigorous, with a
Mr 1,1 4 11 0 1 0 *billed Public cariosity,
bUt *Oki :viglisitt
. oinchtls. If It be
true tist, Ifeung sadly meditates as Issue
of (MO with the frovernment, it will be •
proof, that be. has grown foolish la Mach]
eita , ,-Sbeimmedlate scarce of Manny
is, no douta, Mlle Mormon resistance of
the verreaus taws. The Church, repro.
wortethlifTowig, owes bantam stuns to
the Truing, tin" resorts to perjury to
avoid.the payment. Here is the protetde
eolmslithrit of Atm military- preparations
alluded to, t
iseekifid etaii*Of the XLlst Con
ging ta.day, the first eeodon
hav began aid ended in March last.
BotAgeorten are , already organized, the
limmtaltilly.but the Haase being still
without most of Its standing committee&
The Senate stamisltepablicsn 57; op.
posithzu ISt; with one Tammy from
hamos_ winter• •
Teinsaiatorgia and IlEssiodppl will sup.
pl 5, eight other Benstors, et lent six of
',luau will -be radical Ftepubhcsns, and
all of theta-will generally support the
The 'R&M 'stands 140 Republican to
Tao don ; stith SO seats unfilled, from
Wileilli''fieores, Alabama, Texas and
HSaeteaYppL s Wien these delegations
emelt, they are likely to stand near};
if not ,Salta twathirds Rqrublican.
The two Houses will do little more to
day than to meet, appoint • joint Oem
mltteitArs . Malt on the President, then
adjoturniem tintil tomorrow when the
Ems: tire meassge will be sent in. The
RotukcomoliWVl will be announced on
TindeyolWednewiny. The entire week
will witnees• Wittier branch, but little
nutoillthen the merest preliminaries for a
kolnii. ll . to-
Aspng themarung domestic questions
of the session will be those of taxation,
the currency, the census and the comple.
time eirtituuthern''rmuner:ockm The
Westlariat vat/ of The goveromeat,
iuseitherDariitiVaid: question win pre
meziithettirelgrace*. of moo, Interest.
'•4lireglirts ft= 2500
MISPOIDS Slims ingo
malotity.for the elate *paean State
Waal The lint:abase is stroodly Ite.
poblicals bath brattehar , sad the pier
eattadviOtattak ei If abeam party bad
seeded thatiotopleteoobiltinitond Me.
gall* - "Dia iteiitlicetitotida adopted
ty an, 'thy wee. a
ease the lain ko.distre
ialebite *44 Fj kip Ike next thirty
digs.' Alban .Btitte (ipeenuarat.
wl3l:be.psovisiosaify lataltutal, U. S.
eawdotawill , to elasedouut the %Val
'aide nittlelleashor elealnees bstng ds.
fated until ' the fikriliftiatolllll seactlon
lion o f 09014.11 t h e 04:
saYPlTsl4••••Pg rets • glakasektettat
Inibigt. theta was no re Repub.
Uwittatitadolien ilistballtd. and an
ascetic& Clesetal. Hiatidaiss, winch=
GosaacabyB,o7 l onjoilifitthe sew Goa.
stpcitat lelagalso reject ed a =laity
of '77929. We see, this- yea, how s bet
tor rata, 0119±1ed gmwooA perU.
. 440 1 0tital:Pitiktlio'
and hatayteSidN**** DIU mows-
Vit it / 24grei !l A/1214/44n '
dart/.'an 'V* mob&
The•••*thit */1•1' *PPMfr9m the
Towne.;„tares &actable to the
RIO* gek•C:Cooerlith• NI:
613 0 1 .9100 4 to the reddik &Pub°
lictiola headed ;by Davis.
SWIM issikatiose wore wholly swell.
able, the liter and faller advice' sap.
potting& hope that- the regular mans
tiioooBlPsou•sideised by the MAN
• **A >compOoluling Legislative and
remit. In any event. the
rith Xrtlale mast be guided. as en la.
%lb= of re1".49. to fill
mu* at dlener odious
o° , thd
Otele *APO* /10 4 / 1 1;• 1 4 11 r 11 :4404
of *glumUV°. 40. hi:04 1 7 6 0 1
ttiat ithee ii,ll3eatatim*Fetraier
iii•:.irsaWiiiiisiaet; fa to-hifikt
' aireCiielaittildasX tatrkriiee ttga
u sn =dap to tamale:. Few per.
45 1 r0; fr-6-'' 4
SODS are aware that an infamous law is
upon the IMAM stetutesbOok which in
ratites, under certain 'itirenreelll ll Cea.
marriages performed by Homan Catholic
clergymen. No muss need exiel to oars
cm any case of clergymen from being
competent to perform the ceremony of
marriage, and any law abridging this
liberty, Is a foal blot upon the nation
guilty of the outrage.
Wilkie Coping' new ekoty, "Man and
Wife," Just oorumeneol in Harper's
Weekly, from the Initial chapter of the
plot, evidently will turn upon this infs.
Mous low of Britain, with the design to
obi in breaking down this abuse_ The
opening chapters reveal the wonderful
power of thb gifted author, captivating
the reader from the ontszt. Every char.
eater is drawn with such precision, andl
- apimars so real, that an Imp:re:tido
flied upon the mind which absorbs an
muses one's Inmost mime. The Mint
table skill of Mr. Collins In weaving
plot, and presenting its leading
Mistral in bold and sharp outline,
rates and charms the reader. It is renal
conceded that this gifted author has i n
rival In the higher realms of fiction. ills
previous works were the creations of a
muter, and at once elevated him to the
front rank of living writers. We are not
surprised to learn that the announcement
of this story, ban immensely Increased
the circulation of Harper's Weekly, and
all who are fortunate In receiving this
unrivalled Priblication, may anticipate a
rich treat for months to come.
TUE sivoErve CASE, AGAIN
The Carliale_Licraid supporta the rent
eel of the EzemtUr , to grant a pardon In
the Echoeppe awe, In en article which Is
u forcible In Its logic, se it is candid In
Its citation' of fact end calm in Its tem-
per. There am, Indeed, be no doubt,
among those who are acquainted with the
practise tenor of our Constitutional and
legal defihltiona of the pardoning power,
that the interposition of the Governor
with a pardon, in this ease, would contra•
verse the manifest Intent of all the e:iet-
ing legal, provisions governing the ever•
the of that snerdfill prerogative. The
Governor has, anutituticotally, no ex.
pressed , option save en unconditional
pardon cm 'the one hand, or the literal
execution of the adjudged penalty on the
other. It has however, been the exam-
tins Faetice, nnlfmm under all gullets.
tratione, to withhold the issue of the death
warrant In such exceptionally rare cases
u, in other States, have been better die
posed of by a commutation of the penalty.
Ito such commutation Is authorized In
this C,otomonwealth. Hence, In the cases
I alluded to, the Governor has exercised a
discretion regarded on all sides as legal,
inwrithholdlsg his warred& The prisons
of Pennsylvania now confine four or five
convicts, capitally condemned, who have,
for periods varying from a year or two
op to ten or fifteen years, been swatting
the warrants for their execution under
the sentence' of long years ago.
No Commutation ban Wes applied Tor
n the meant case, became DO one has
regarded that as a poadble antra*
the under the law. The wreasure,
ef influences friendly to the convict, has
been directed to the procuring of an abao.
late ifidort. This, the govemor, for the
glate4 hasproperly declined to pant.
But there really exists, In this case, an
ample justification—not for an indefinite
suspension of the same sort with those
which we have referred to, and which
stand at this moment most eloquently
convincing reflections upon the Upper
teeth= of our penal code—but for the
temporary reprieve which would give
tlr,e, If desired by those who believe
either In the prisoner's innocence or in
the lateettbdeney of the pout 'Web led
to this cormiant, for invoking that leg
islative interposition which b entirely
legal ; and would effectively satisfy the
general public judgment, by clearing up,
one way or the other, in a second trial,
all the existing doubts. We have a
reasonable hope that such a reprieve
will be panted in this case.
In the face of the.facts as the jury have
found them, and of the rulings of all our
Courts upon the legal points involved, it
would be manifestly as absurd and whol
ly inadmissible for the Governor to
retry the case, upon facts or law, sr botN
ss for the press to undertake . , what some
jeurnals seem Inclined to do, the idling
of the testimony and the arguments,: the
lew.points la a column or two of crude
editorial. remark. Governor Ottani(
hrtaingit sensibly in declining to tom.
pate, in tat direction, with the Impulsive
but most Inadequate journalism which
honors the hearts but reflects no credit
• upon the heads of so many of our brethren
of the press. Suppose that the Governor
should imitate this example, and assume
to himself, In this case, the functions 1
which the jury and the highest tribunals
of our law have already exhanstenL The '
principles which would justify him in
this assumption, are as applicable to minor
cases as Whose involving a question of
life or death. Where, then, could such an
Execitive prerogative pause t We hear,
from GU) Capitol, that no ll* than see ,
emty-eight applications for the pardon ell
ss many criminals, Goad guilty of every
shade of crime known to our penal code,
are at this mamma pending order the
Executive consideration. Clothe the
Governor with this extraordinary tona
-1 donor revision, which the friends of the
eentrict at Carlisle are clamorous
lot ' ennui' world be logically and Miner-.
17 under the necessity of Its exercise in
each of the ettrenty•dght other cars now
hnsitting tarpaulin. It is Manifest that
this piece., 14",Itzeuntive ,oiflocentirely
'MAU Wl' VIM "the 'cleirlialis of
Sisr•CoMnitedbactulb -butt. -ifote tide
this; his position would be made as im
peactiCahle and nbsuldi as it would be
perilous to the right adadahangian of
our Piltdittil justice.
. In the present cue, however, It seems
tow that it would not be wise for the
enthoriticli to be wholly Insensible to the
plain - tamper of the public mind. Bo
fir, a &Unction" may fairly obtain, bo
tween mica that are capital and the*
other's which Involve a grade of puoiciv:
amp lagaltely leas, in 'Ws that they do
not Caret the fins of New death. D. is
'only Id= cur penal code concerns
*lslam that State lines are obliterated,
entlyaldie cipizdon t in all quartets of the
Republic, indeed of civilisation, has a
Ale right to be beard That opinion has
ken to ad the sound clearly
prepnidettaza onAhevide of caution and
dtdaj We think that, both within and
.withentkinr Stahl lines, a majority of the
peophe are averse to the execution of this
'm0=310410314 more =wincing usu.
ances of an actual guilt, and sack, we
trust, whits" the Conclusion scazonably
aiaikuitid by the Governor." '
We have in this matter only another
proof of the crying need for en intmedi
inerevidon of the State Constitution, in
ea fkr is it relates to tha pardoning
paler. - It would be .well, as we have
bandana urged, not only to clothe the
Exectitive **the power of commuting'
nelo l 4 l . but, to rapport his ftnetions
Witkthe„Aonctureed approval of anted.
Visoo pouncil, In thia way the Interests
of :Justlac`couid not fall to be promoted,
fiXan an anomalous
ire apraalai *Executive and
jottell4 agititleg publiceentlmcit.
Tam POLAR WOELD: A Popular Deocrip
don of Man and Nature to the Artie
and Antarctic Begtons of the Globe.
By Dr. G. Hartwig; author of " The
Bea and its Living Wonders," eta.
With additional chapters and one
hundred and sixty-three illustrations.
Published by Harper A Brothers, New
Just now considerable Interest is felt
relative to the Polar World, partly be.
cause of the recent researches of Hall and
Hayes from those regions This book
has been prepared with much care by
one eminently fitted for such an impor-
Mnt work, end embodies all that is really
brorth knowing. The =aerials have
seen withered from the most amanita
'sources, and facts are developed in this
history that will startle Uwe' as 'instruct
and entertain. Reading of this character
Impresses the mind so vividly that lessons
am taught of incalculable value to the
student of history. Dr. Hartwig's design
s to present the natural Matures of the
Polar. World, and the effect of the severe
climate on vegetable and animal exist
ence. The wonderful element of per
thdence of man against superhuman ob.
staCtas, are brought out to strong lan
gregt. The history of the explorations
of Franklin, Sane, Hall, Hayes, and
others, are thrillingly interesting. The
American editor, Dr. Guernsey, has im•
proved the work by the two chapters on
"Alaska" and "The Innnits," and the
elegant illustrations are worthy of re
production. The skill and genius of the
American editor are seen to every part
of the work, and at the same time the
resources of this mammoth publishing
house are revealed by the publication of
such works. It would be a sensible
THE MTUTIO BELL. A wonderful story
for Young Peop le. Publiabed by G.
P. Putnam A Son, New York. For
sale by It. 8. Davis A Ce., Pittsburgh.
The little folks will find this dainty.
story full of enchanting interest It is of
the ethereal type, and not much of a
tuatteroPfact character. Readers will.
find their imaginations sensibly affected
and captivated. The hut chapter, "The
Mjetic Bell," unfolds the charm of the
book. Capital gilt for young people;
presenting a gay book.
Eerie WIDGETS'. Woes. By Mary
Dwlneil Chellis, Author of "Mollie's
Bible," etc. Published by Henry A.
Young A Co., Boston.
Phases of domestic life are brought out
in this delightfully weil.told story, which
reveal the good that may be done by one
*hose heart Is touched with the charity
which springs from the throne of God.
The heroine of the story should be do.
pillaged in every circle, and the world
vronld be made better, by the presence
of such as "Effie Wingate," illustrated in
her every-day life.
WEITITIO AT THE Coosa. A Book of
Devotion. Published by Henry A.
Young A Co., Boston.
Truths are to be found in this pretty
volume that will gladden many a heart.
Tender bite of prose and poetry are found
here and there, that will be highly appre
ciated by our readers. It is an excellent
pocket companion, and may be consulted
with profit at any lime.
Tan ROMANCE OP SPANISH Hamner.
,By John S. C. Abbott, author of the
"French Remota ion," etc. With 11.
lostrations. Published by Harper
Brothers, New York.
We heartily wish we had more of such
ratuines4, instead of so much light fiction
teeming with questionable heroines.
' Paw authors wield a more graceful or
facile pen than Mr. Abbott. Here we
are quite willing for him to roam in the
fields of romance, bordering on the im
probable. In this volume we have,
grouped together, the notable historical
events of Spain, which the author chid.
lengm the scrutiny of well instructed
students of history. The work is fitly
named u the events of Spanish History
in olden time, are marvelously strange
and wonderful In the light of the nine
teenth century. We hope that Mr.
Abbott may carry out his purpose to
publish the birth, struggle and career of
other great kingdoms of the globe in the
same delightful manner.
Livino THOUGHT& Completed by C.
A. Means. Published by Lee ct Shop.
ard, Boston. For We by 8. A. Clarke
A Co., Pittsburgh.
A work gotten op like this book, "to
aid those who are striving to lead a
Christian life," is worthy of commenda
tion. We shall not stop to quibble over
the singularity, and sometimes question
able theological views of Beecher. or any
of the divines from which selections have
been made. The collection breathes a
sweet spirit, and harmony to this respect;
and rises above the disemularity in relig
ions tenets. The poetic selections of Noble,
Boner, Whittier, Charles Wesley, and
others, glow with the same inspiration.
..Ecrsoms Fume Hos e. A eollectkro
Songs, Ballads. and other Horne
Poetry. By the Editor of "Chimes for
Childhood... Published byee it
Shepard, Roston. For ule .A.
Clarice A Co., Pittsburgh.
The simple tifflifrege reveals the charms
of this volume of "Home Poetry." No
person can peruse it without having a
chord touched by the magic power and
sweets of home. The author has shown
Judgment that cannot be challenged, and
rare tute, In Vie selections. Pieces are
reproduced from almost every poet of
merit in the English language. lt would
make s most imbetantlal bendy eft,
Tun Eimeothu. Donau= olDaa
By Bev G eorge Bartley D. D.,r H
of Walton College, LiverpeoL Pub
lished by J. B. Lippincott & Co., Phil.
isdalphia. For lisle by R. 8. Davis A
. Certi Pittsburgh.
Borne Idea may be formed elate char-
Deter Of the work by the follorrhig en.
Wobruatteent by the author, namely: "Ac
inquiry Into the date of the righteous and
wicked dead between death and general
Judgment, awl deruoustrating from the
Bible that the atonement was neither
made on the eras nor yet in ads world,"
The views of the author, a clergyman, of
the.litimeh of Buitlecelp aw ai yerlsese
with Iktalle of shoat ortitodss dlettlem=”ri
Bade 'argues very ibrdbly igalrfsti tug
VieW. that soils pen directly to Wulf*
or heal, on leaving the body, but Into
Ilidesoebere they remain until the re.
surrection. The atonement, be eldions,
wucompleted by Christ alter his death
In another world, and gives Scripture to
prove his millions The book will ex.
Cite some discussion. The author argues
vigorouly, Ingeniously and with great
Tai BUILDINO or vaziur.—By Henry
Wadeworth oo letellow. Published
by Fields, Ho., Boston. , Fer
sale by S. A. ke & Co., Pittsburgh.
Among the beautlfal epedmens 'of
bookmaking for the holidays,by this
popular publishing house., is, he Bad.
mg of the Shin", a small quart% 70 isitss.
Iteis an exquisite gem, and sheers the
advanCeketages of the mechanical part In
such things, and the genius of the artiste
In truthful and graphic Illustrations, The
paper is thick toned, printed on one
eide, with rod Wee margins. The poem
w e ar Is worthy of the stimptous style of
the getting -up, and contain, wastages of I
grandeur and beauty. worthy of the great
reputation of LoagfelloW. .
Gramm Waxes. -- By B. Auerbach.'
Hiitidy.Volnice aeries. Published by .
Roberta Brothers, Boston. For by
B. S. Batik& Co., Pittsburgh. eels
It must be eonfased however Much the
writings Al Atterbillly be tainted
with the Ciermin type of Merril thought,
there Is a charm about these tabs, which
renders them exceedingly entertaining.
It is said Whittler °nee wrote "Christian
Gellert" fibril of beauty and of pathos,
and that he had never been able to read
PITTSBURGH DAILY GAZETIE : MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, is
it with dry eyes. There are four other
storks besides this one. The volume is
gotten op nicely sad cheaply.
Row CIIARIXT RODICETS BECANB A MA.S.
How Ere ROBERTS °anew, nen ED
reATION. Pabltehed by Lee & Shep.
herd, Roston. For este by John W.
These are prize atones and form part of
the " Charley Roberts Series," by the
author of "Forest Mills." The first
named inculcates a moral tone for youths
to observe that will go fat towards
preventing them from falling into the
vices and temptations Incident to their
entrance into manhood. The mantis of
the work is good, and the story will
doubtless be reed with keen relish by
young boys. "How Eva Roberts gained
her Edndetion," a companion volume, is
a story that ought to interest young girls,
and awaken purposes to secure culture
and discipline that will benefit them its
DOTTY DIMPLE'S FLYAWAY. Published
by Lee & Shepard, Boatel].
Little folks Will enjoy this MDR story.
In language to suit very young minds. It
contains excellent matter for childhood.
ADVENTURES ON 9BE GREAT HUN YINO
GROUNDS OF THE WORLD. By Victor
Meunier. Illustrated with twenty-two
wood cote. Pribilsbed by Charles
Scribner Co., Ile* York. For sale
by Dr. Joseph Ilorn. Pittsburgh.
Works of this so rt are calculated
to Impart more of a practical
knowledge of men and things,
than through the ordinary chan
nels. The series is well named "Iliad
tasted Library Wonders," this being the
fifth volume issued. It is a capital series
for educating young minds to acquire
Information that will be useful to mater
er years. The adventures and hair.
breadth escapes in the hunts, are of a
character to excite interest, and
almost remove them beyond the pale of
Lavin's TRUABOAS IN BANK. By E•
Published by Cisztoo Renown tk
°Ringer, Phlindelphi . s. For sale by
R. 8. Davis & 00., Pittsburgh.
Nu little boy or girl that likes to read
good stories can read this volume without
heng profited. Principles and duty are
illustrated very clearly, and the story
itself is one of pathetic Interest. It is.r,
safe book to, IneOduce into the family
circle. _ . _
lelleogLi...tritgit By W. M. Thaekeray.
Vol. S. Published by Fields, Osgood
dt Co., Boston. For rale by B. A. Clarke
& Co.. Pittsburgh.
It is hardly necessary to do anything
more than announce the contents of this
volume. the third of the elegant "House
hold Edition" of the Thackeray's Mis
cellanies. It contains "The Book of
Snobs," "Sketches and Travels in Lon
don," "Denis Du val," and other stories.
His Inimitable style and power of delin
eation, are very strongly seen In these
stories. The edition is handy, beautiful
TILS BOOM Or ELIZABETH, with other
Tales and Sketches. By A. 131113 Isabel
le Tbackerey. Published by F leida,
Oagood a CO., Boston. For sale by S.
A. Clarke S. Co., Pittsburgh.
This Is the second volume of Miss
Thackeray's writings, "Household Etil•
tion," uniform with her father's works.
It comprises "The Story of Elizabeth."
"Fire 0:d Friende," "I )01 Of the World"
and "'I D Esther." These pretty stories
Indicate that she Inherits talent worthy
of the greatigthrist, and her genius and
brilliant future In the domain of fiction.
Haiu'en & Bnotar.ws, New York,
have sent us . `W reeked in Port.," of Ear
per's Library of Select Novels. The au
thor, Edward Yates, Is well known as a
writer. It is thought this work amputees
"Black Sheep," one of his late public:4'-
o=a We have also received "The
Cloister and the Hearth; or, Maid, Wilt
and Widow." A Matter-of-fact Ro
mance. This is a cheap edition of Beade's
popular novels. It Is well printed on
hone Thirty haute, Store or Leos.
We eelect the following 'meal° article
from the New York /adependrot of last
week. It will repay careful perusal
"Good enough for them I. They ought
to have known better I The fools are not
yet all dead I If tutu w 11l dance, let them
pay the tiddler I" These are the mottoes
of commiseration with which one is
tempted to greet the twenty Ave or thirty
financial Solon, who, in the recant rob
bery of the Boylston National Bank of
Boston, have been sweetened to the tone
of some 000,000 In coupon bonds, mostly
of the United States.
child can tell the stoty; and • child
=see the folly of the men, who have at
least once paid very dearly for their folly.
There Is in Boston a bunk known as the
Boylston National Bunk. Within that
bank there is what, by a great misnomer,
purports to be a safe. Around that safe
there is a brick wall some two feet in
thickness, baying one large bole In it, if
It has not yet been filled up. Adjoining
this wall, on one
essed d side 01 It, there is an
office which a proealer in Cali.
fornia wine bitters rented and stuffed
with boxes and bottles. Through this
aide of the wall an enterprising
genius concluded to make a hole,
taking his own time for the task; and
he did so with perfect ease. Coming
in contact with one side of the safe, which
was iron, and not steel, he concluded
to make another hole, selecting Saturday
night and Sunday for this little mance crrer ;
sod hem he was just as sneoessftil as in
the firstexperlment. Having thnagaintd
access to the Inside of the onterportion of
the safe, be now fined his eager gammon
some twenty five or thirty tin boxes; and,
being a curious man, he ;Concluded to
open them. Seeing therein some 1500,000
in coupott bonds, which struck his fancy,
he concluded to pocket them; and then,
at his leisure, with no one to molest or
make him afraid, he concluded to take
himself off into parts unknown, leaving
the open boxes behind, but carrying the
curiosities with Wm On the following
Monday some thirty fools, mole or less,
made the rare discovery that these said
boxes were minus their former contents.
They had a very Impreseire time did.
that Monday morales. Yee, they
There was a general stir all around. Some
wondered, and said, "Who would have
thought It r' Some wrong their nsads,
and others cursed their stars. Their
physiognomies famished a spectacle from
which a pointer might have gathered the
llama points in the dentists art of expres
finch, resderels 'Story of these on.
1 ppy floSelkOCllttir Ilfccidtl! -Mamma.
In ono sernifirty*KlMiantl In anoth
er sonsitiVtlt tWl4,4ll:thenti It they.
had suincribetTl*theiggliopeoawst one
year ago, raids ilifinknOlith altheleS, tad
taken the advice Walf' bonds
today would have teen Wein their own
pomemion. They ought to have known
that an ordinary bank vault or safe, as a
' place for the deposit of steatitic!, is
simply an advertisement for robbers to
call and help themselves. This fact
been demonstrated so often that men Who
do not know It are not fit to undertake
the keeping of property. They may be
good at making Money ; but they
certainly do not know how to keep It
when they have made at. There Is not a
bank in Boston or In New York that
skilled robbers have notearefully studied,
pains themselves fully acquainted with
all its weak points. They understand
their business, and almost alwayswin
when they ma ke the trial. Bank 'sults
and saes are noplaws for the deposit of
valuable securities: Better would it he
to wrap them op , Its en old rag and pitch
them under the bW, or into a garret, eo
Oar as their liability of Wag stolen Is
commuted. To put, them Into a bank is
to put them just where the thief will go
for them; to say nothing of the palls
by clerks, porters, and others, who have
amass to the placed their deposit. This
isjust what fools do, but prudent men
We advise oar reader* to turn their at
tention to Safe Deposit ooMpatilest its
forailhing the mast reliable of all human
inventions for the RISC keeping of their
Betlultiel and other valuables. Their
buthitngs mor vaults are specially eon.
almeta for this purpose. It is their
business to do this work. Their success
In the business depends upon the fidelity
with which they dolt. They have never
been robbed; and as yet no known at
tempt has been made to rob them. Their
charges are moderate, amounting to noth
log In comparison with the safety afforded.
Gentlemen, the vault of a Bare Deposit
company is the place for you. You ought
to know this. If you have sectuities de
cimated in a bank. we advise you to re
move them at once, and place them where
they will be less likely to be stolen. Do
this the very first thing that you do after
reading this article; and your property
will be the safer for your wisdom. You
bad better lock your stable before the
horse is stolen.
A Westin:norms correspondent of the
Cincinnati Enquirer understsnds the Cu
ban business. Here le the programme
" ' • ' - ' -- - - -
The lobby is to be flooded with Cuban
bonds, worth at present about ten damns
on the dollar, but to rise with • sudden
leap Into substantial value on the declara
tion of Oongreas In favor of
once. At present, any man who can In
fluence a Congressional vote can got a
bed-tick full of Cuban bonds In payment
for his exertions ft Is thought that al
though they may have no permanent
value, the favorable action of Cemgresa
will make them marketable at some price
or other, and enable the few wbo are In
the ring to make a nice thing In • abort
A H ARIUSBURG letter arms: The char
acter of the next Legislature will be a
very marked improvement on that of 1869.
I have conversed with many members of
the coming term and they universally ex
ecrate those members of the last session
whose conduct brought so much reproach :
noon the Slate. There seems to be a
fired determination among members to
redeem the Legislature from the infamy
Into which the systematic corruption& of
bad men plunged it, and to correctimme
(lrately all the slams which have hereto
fore existed. The useless attaches of both
chambers and the several departmerim
the bill will be dispensed with, and a lig
°roue effort made at reform and general
RUPTURE AND HERNIA.
The coodlion of jot non. AM eted with reels.
om that ought to recetvelmmedlato Won' It
tee ear . , for the tenon tbst no one can tall
hial or bow loot II or., ylO.lOlOOO 1000:•01
Many panun• an ranlared that (Jr along tim
not ...ro of tr. 11,u so ttut o °oaks sod
,fteetlmee rows p s• sway • Ith,vt Iheir leek
O h the near. iary rellrf. he, on 11. ether hood
flay tap;ens themselves repieurtd
when tat, Sr. not. sad of 111
mom harm Mao rood -
No ace need bays soy doubt Shoot auPtom. If
I..tcy debt they thoo'd to astlet toe
selves upon the tm►N a. Lat. KA TIIIK6. et to
al It xll4l ill (Mir up to Ilt• Wane.%
standard of science to taat dew. me. , of ;ow
etuoleal sown; and cur re•n.r. munot
tO 1.4 abler .orgeob In tins departmelt In lb
II lied Bt.tn. the Do< or Cu now 1:o:en
gal 4 In =edicts, In Its Tartuoe dept.! meets.
Itr • period of nearly ttbp.de. line , . •ed
suppled with reery sort of Ten, Ali way be
needed for lite re' ter or core er raptured per on •.
The Doctor bee CT a the oubjetet of Heroic.
most sedeleo• sttsgslon and study. sod luu a
cue. \ sown to tee Vitaie/a Sr.. Ile say. lbs
thly du, w••" without SU .ppllo.Uo.
• truss, and It Is really • ,•onder Wt so tn•by
t•srsons •n onpryttcleal 'surto cosopla.e mile(
could b. kad at • mow:amble fate
Ile Om trenee Mal wl.l ..alt an, cave and
orleem far be ow tbe ordloao, mad lb
pa. lent b. ;he a 4,22.214.171.124 Ad , aztASe a f
Lb. Trau proVerir apulted. A a mat istazl of
th Trnauta old are an lo)ary.reltmr than. be
aaL, and Ira bare fmvaeott, rrsmorsd Lb m nbe
Tn. ezenertagly t artful. It vaaht wh• Pont
to trllid that then Sr. lagoon Mat .r Pot rap
torto.b. mons blr them so ettraeil ..to ball
person bat of o well .11 1 1.4 la Pre aoa .em) of
Perot*. Ttrese area aro Ourobba as wait ra
other a b 7 Pool. , .0PP...t0 'ad
moat std thaw ao .mined rhoold bear thin Id
=Lori ...patellas I r roast
attention every day
at Me !treat Padre I biAll and oftiera. No. 151
Liberty .creel. Iron 0 A. • quilt 11. Y.. sad
from 3 UPI O .ed ISo 9 as alsnt.
E LIVE L THREE CLIMATES.
le thls comet., we have al ettlfereor vow. If
tee year. tit terip.ratare er twee rileowee ,
tiny PprIPSO slid AV1,11.111 b•se • egrt , .... 4
that Detour welt to the Trow..wests
Soarer oar Irktestamers are torrid. and our Mid
elob re aleams serbe In their frieldttr. Tbro•
toinees I.lre. Je re . rot i•dos of from nts•ty r
one twodred .of Fah eeeee aortas Om
pow the coronet. to health
' XI ' lbes • )(e,
dB, but thew t. hi to •otall Apt
some nt•tr•wies immotrintto welch Icauosty be
"se ey th• as , re be ord. car. east 'hens.
of • peso s, entracte wets the sestere to pre
differed to contract them. The rblef sod enset
as Wee of these disordere is dy•pepata.eace
'up" err to be Isootsble, est which sig. the
Introduction of filiaTET t ElS'] BIN MAC If
to core shoot tweet, ••••• se, bas
obed be a ittelletly inarrtgeabie h
Is the • pries aad Fail. rut more Impeetitlly to
the Pall toe gym , onto of dyrpreel• are Frer
•tt, Ehe aseeediters of
the attuned B o deol seder the Weenies sea of Bohr
lentle apt leave thr atossach weal and Indo
sad locompoltrei to , tee test of stalest Or
...h. It requires • tonic which willronsa
, Brow Ito le hurry and braor tared
oat trettstine 1t... It nth Web hee
hiss remelt ed le the woefiefel .,l
which ha replaced le •great mese.,
aB the oil pallLaUves fortnerir preserib , d bl
Phreletans. under the W. Idea that the disorder
roold to. be radical y cored. Tba lile ra ,
iIthsTLTILR'S IfTTERS le all Om varlelle . of
. tr , lo . lf o r
al - NOTICE TO ornE
CITIZENS OF PITTSBURGH!
Tu. ..P.'7 ply: room tem Wiser to W. s welt a.
the Water Warta Cllol.ld er ddit.wood. and
ONE caution an consumer/ Of water to be es,-
MI .d mot to oso say mort this 11111.4 ed
• Pr.Taff:MOE. Dcomber Lt. 1669. 1
Tba I/Croton of tuts Book Ora tots day de
clared • divid• at of ali PIN CENT. on Um
asl7l* stool. mat , • to the stockholders or
leash r presentative, lbettmlth.
971 Wit. rtAil IX Caddo...
Ornol (~ WurtitsTO•lt COAL Co..
LW Vitoria 40(00'.
Pirrynitlllol3. threcolb. , 14. 1969.
LLVION FOS El E
DIRVITO of Ns Campos, to Arno
forLba ensulete )ear. or;' be bele to needle:a
• 139 F.ese.o 0519061/ALT, Deem.
beret., USW MIN". 6.
dolma JOH.ri CROP. reettoWy.
rceenonstot. November vi.
BHichN on the C•old 814 UO
oot oft O.O IO IP ,
of We loft sti month..
Pacsole free of noventment Tax on and alter
the 30lb last. '•
oe!tooth • Zell. A. lOLA NWT. elreretsT .
Otrici or liosown4eiparma Co,
errmoson. N' 'ember .N. 1550.1
igrTN ELECTION' FEW-
WN RIBNCTofte of al Fon e Oompatcy.
tonne for th• voculetTteer. ee hell at the
trues. No- 90 ester et. es TIIISIIAS.
MAMMY 911. 0 1589. bet et. the -tours of 11
. 1 4 0 LIN U. Li ISebretvor.
LLAILD.O•D Coar•itt PI Towson. LLl t
Novembe Itb, 1569.
or.LtAvo.io 11.18.11"/ ID ANNIYaI.
on la betel f lb. , . 5 2 i tto
owl Meeting of the Malt •Iders of th e r tle
tooth one Conn Wyllie Wooedo,,or, tar
1g.:m.0.0 of •lecOlog.• p0•50,0 , , ,, t rz et o lerw
-rot eta(tl e O ln tap ;It ;121%169T. F
ULUILIfachiLLT, al 13Xlit i t . A ri ni m
WHAT MOUE ACCEPTABLE
Chthlmee p eLeat!to • lovas Intr. mother
or ester then &Policy of Lae 10re.... to
THE PENN Nunn
Life Insurance Compan
The Only Truly labial Cempaay In the
City Of State.
ionumutATiv cdrina...-.4 2, 500 ,000
attar Paying ww• tiitna'an't of. .111.200.0061
nate a special advaatoge la tattag ant a
Patel soar, as the.* seas get their pallets , Wass
/stump Ist snit bate the Misfit of the PO pu
seat. attldead of Isaaary seat.
JOSEPH 8. tRAVELLI, Agent
1 DLLS= /2
fateign and Dandle Dry • •
He. 14 WOOD 6T111T•
tatraam anon Insatundrstrammen. tar
Lowest Prices. I
- - !AT , '
pox. 180 and 182 Feders 1 Street,
Ali LIO azirr crrt
New DeMines in Beantif al Styles.
Black and Colored Popl'
All-wool Poplin Plaids.
illaok and Colored Frei Lou Merinos.
Week and Colored Vel .veteena.
Irish Conntr t yillankels.
Barred Conn Fla'snels.
White Conn Fla noels.
Ladies' and Misses long and Square
Breakfast Shawls. Sontags.
Small Plaid Woolen Shawls.
Ladies' and Misses Furl.
Lace Collars and H andkorchiefs.
Ladies' and Gent.: Cloth & Hid Gloves.
Wholesale and Retail
Nos. ISO and 181 Federal Street,
♦ LLJ tiff ISN T CITT
A LIMITED AMOUNT
7-40 GOLD BONDS
Of the CHICAGO, DANVILLE AND
VITICSIIIIES RAILROAD are adored
for do by Matra. W. BAILEY LANG
At tp., merchants, 54 Cita . Btreet, New
They ere 011.000 Benda, lamed apes
allirOilli Den Hy one—half completed
atartlng from Chicago and traversing
cou ntry unsurtglatti by any In the first
emendate of • larige and profitable Led-
Vary are aerated by FIRST MORT
GAGE on I 4 ma nn of Ma nrst—cl
. ad, It. outnt and all present and future
centred property of the Caosspney
They bear a high rate of Interest for •
no` period of time-7 per cent. gold me
10 years—slid • anal raUo is ttr cash
valatt ' of the Realty upon which they .re
They create an Interest natality Or the
Company of only 111.240 PER PULE.
les than one that of eons grant
nada of the roantry whom Banda ha
rata.' very high
Thaw Latta, added to Um aafairstarda
thrown arowod each and over? Bond
Lcombine to render these, (51110191 AL-
ED SECURMEII, and really the =et
desirable In the market for investment
Price 05 and accrued Intend In cur-
reedy, the right being reserved to ed
rases, 'pen due Dollop.
Pamphlets. wtth dupe and fall detail
mat fres on application to oar Vents in
8. M'CLEAN a CO.,
75 vounru AVENUE
AM.., povoidatly creists. Mb rat. M.
a road, /•44d awd projimed, Y iorqs Y Ms
tkrogylb tehla II rams, at cps Oar
/Salads malt► wary ....Ad... 46 i►N, "it sort%
W. BAILEY LANG & CO..
Agents for the Sale of the Bonds.
The alterations and im
provements of oar Sales
rooms now in progress, make
it neoessari for US to im
mediately dispose of a large
portion of our stook of
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Hearth Rugs. &o ,
Many rods will be sold
at prices below the present
wholesale post. Call at once at
OUTER NeCUNTOCR &
WI Fifth Avenue
TIM NEW JERSEY
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
NNWAItN, N. J.
Assets, Over 1:500,000
All rOltries tubed by at. Company are yespet
salty lion-/Ortattlug attar as psysmst of oa.
Dlr•Viand. annually &clued me 1 avpiled as
lluirel usual remium, ellhes ea Um perumagus
tekerlaie of Um pollay. m be Mutton at premi
161 1-2 Wood Street, (241 door,
$d nap!, Rama Na IL
SP Ballasts Agents wasted
CIST correou.WA 0111 CI.
SiWok Is jewelry Om Mal
Water Maul= Loss Beads sit
fprosrataa as mix alas as Member lat.
a 413 R. .1. 31610 WAN, Occatrolter.
SAMMY, MEC. 4, 1869,
Nos. 140 end 142 Federal Street,
Ladles' and Elms' Bets for be.
Ladles' I own HandkercYl•fs for he.
Ladies' Heed Lava flandkercls for tfa
Ladles` Lore Edge llandkrogrfs at 11 l-te.
Ladles' Woolen SUMAS 17 1-IC.
'dire Fall Fin tante Abawlz, FS
Pair of Good Ilse Grey IllankeU for Stn.
I Pair of Good Ilse White Blankets far 11.00
Good Black Waterproof Cloth, 87 Re.
Retry Black Waterproof Cloth, II per yard
Beery Twilled Bar'd Flannel Ole. per yard.
lll4rool Starlet Maul. IS 1-dc per yard
Good Myles Dark Mains, 11 1-111 per yard
Striped Poplins, an 'sirs bargain, at
18 1-It. per yard.
Black and Colored alpaca, double widt
lie. per yard.
lemmata of all Linda, Closial oat flea
Noe. 180 and 18° Federal Street,
TEM SCIIIPTURAL DOCTEINI OF HAIM'S
Cemprtele' en Inquiry tow the State CCU.
RlsllLtomi and Wleled I) me between Oath
od the lemeessl J odemept . .31 demonetrelleg
from the Bible that the Lithe meet was meth..
nude on the °rose nor yet In this World. By
Ber. f7W602 Bolero 2, D.') • Priem-Ipol of
ilhabo College. Llf•rpool. 16mo. SIM pp.
PZEICUSSION AND AUSCULTATION AR D
•a Nos RC ♦laf• • llanalWor etude:t.and
Prsatltlonere or tl.olclne• By Dr. CA.Z.
dorm, 111•I•412t Threchli to tile elatlk Welt
phallay liagtmeot of Infantry. Traastaled DT
L. C. LAzus.. II U. lemo. Tinted ippa
RAILWAY ECONOR Y of ~.aun ter Pr
can Blvma 1• Om LecomotMe Kusism
Hwt•. Hy Y. L. La V9•TILIML.
montof 0. /atom. immolated Slam Um
thee. mapasest7t by LEVIS D B. GORDO
7. IN I. C.. et,. No. With Me EMS
DIVUSIONIIIII THIL HQ[ lITY U► TALIND,
By TnoNI" H. lir AAAAA N. leloso. Ntne.
THE EARTH 8 HISTORY. al. FIRST, LEK-
s. M.. I. H. N . ate. For W. Uoe of Mm
1114.3. pp 4 , 1. 114. Ciotti. 41.00
♦ WREATH Ut £HYMN. B 7 MU.O MA
ril&D. 370 pp. TteLed p• a. Ixtza
Pot sal. try all Booksellers, or pill b ma be
mall. post-vs/4. os receipt of the price by the
J. B. 1 IPPINCOTT A CO..
11 'MLR BIOS.,
ae. 61 FIFTH 4 rwr
ADOVZ WOOD 111111111
x ` 41 44 W e
.All ol °'
? t * u ° 2l
d c 4 rl 4
ffl , Z
a 2 a
TIMMS • RIM." Larsysi.• rx
wassayas. sr.so aborts asd full wrltteadesort
tloos. day sad •Ml 111( f• a lsos days. Mast to
do sad bar to maks O. most ot tlms mad tal•al
NEW FALL STOCK.
011 Oloths, Window Shades,
At the Lowest Prices Ent Offered.
BOYARD, ROSE 100
g Nina MAUL
FURS ! PUBS r
NEW DRY GOODS 1
PIIRS ! FURS !
$lO.OO per Yard, 4-4 Black Cloak
50e., One ease Empress Cloth, been
selling this season at $1 per yard.
621 c., Silk Chain Black Poplins.
50c., Heavy Black Corded Poplins.
23c., Plaid Country flannels.
$6.00, Bat gain in Country Blankets.
50c., Strip Silk Mixed Dress Goals.
Good Bargains In paisley Shawls.
Good Bargains in Black Thibet Shawls
Good Bargains in Cloth Sacques.
Beaver and Chinchilla Cloths
Velvets and Velveteens.
B-4 Conntty Blanket Flannel.
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Coatings,
Po.lin Plaids, Medians.
FURS 25 PER CENT. LENS
Than any in the City
Lo it for euido. thl.w.±ek
NEW Ca - 0Cor) P 4
Bargains in Furs,
E. R. GARDNER'S,
West Cor. Market St. and 4th Aye.,
FURS NEW AND CHEAP
Hand Knit Shawls,
SACQU FS and HOODS
Hosiery and Gloves, to salt all.
A BIZADIITITL LINE OP
BLACK SILK FRINGES
PRINGE6, all stales t
Laos Handkerchiefs ,
w• are pow °Aerie, OPT Atm% of
ARAB SHAWLS at Half Price
Blue and Green Kid Gloves
TiIAV .- E,T..IIWIGY 19 A.TC .
O' Merchant+ end Dealers supplied at Zane
MAGRUM, GLYDS & CU.,
78 & 80 Harket Street.
ROHM & CO
5C LIS IS. BACQIIS,
1511 &W LS,
All am awl N. M U k WOOL AND ■VINO
RASTA." AND VAMOT
DINTS . WOOL AND MBRINO N HOU.
aims - ic.sis szci'r IS OC.K".
1. 4.21611111 on the Pretends and Freest=
tbe Paemester filsxrd mar Seen soldrLdre
to died th e Braes teen of ass trader end Ille
Lros t or another. Hs. eefose, mermen
the d Lo ebt o of ron•ratell rtels differed toltste-
Ms for oath attearent clods of Loa. de bee 0
Proem als oh - old be earetally dated and stl
added to the ••Prosed Athatant Pedometer
Om to " est adorsra on teth esorelope
postle far Mall tracks.••
.1011•1 •. J. citzt , swata,
AT Low - Es r PRICES. klielliaSt*/ Guard.
ARAL BMX GUMMI AND RIMS.
7"E.T4 a r;',71 1 :110 1 '111 . falMovzs.
lUNTS . DRIVING GI.OVV"
lADIICS% MOW AND BUM. GLOV1:11 of
WOolesale Rooms up Stair&
77 and 79 )[ASSET STREET
FELT CARPE .1
11. 2, 21, 3, 31, 39 and 3
Suitable for Parlors.
MSG ROOM UM CLOTIN
Woolen, Linen and Cotton,
IT LOWER PRICER WM LILT ORAIRE
Notirithdandlni the neelizolzashed
iI'EIRLIND & COLLINS
71 and 72411th Avenue.
I:4 .: IBA PRIME COLLEGE,
uNngs elan Of Tli
SYNOD Of GENgYA.
161• la • Cllrlftlan Homerly ado tared
msd organn,ll Mollemig Mdko may
pant.. a nuns Moms and •Ztenst•l. l .l l 4 of
Mady HULLEGIAI PCLIP:IIC or AHAD-
Elf II Dot mamma..
I PRICII—W bale •: pmme of Tondos. relndlna
Hammes amt Lao[Modern WM .Idl baud,
Ilmatanal lot,. ,I•bt and fwd. SIMI P. PHI
)early session. Addl....
BSC. B. W. COWLES, D.D ,
FOR GOOD. USEFUL
J. W. BARK
AI k -iIA 1 t p i
PIM OPTICS Der•RTNILIST.
W..ai van.. lktobt,
SEALED PROIVS.4I.B fur furnishing Ilan
~,,,,,,od Ears of ore. kinds. to to suttetimed
for the Loci. and I , •• ' , so tmedeo th, gr.,..,d
States malls. will to rerelred al W. Depn,o.
meat until 9 tv'elt el b. •., the .14 day of 713-
Bu. au. 1510. It is deatrstes to obtalts Lacks
d Eels of • se. construe . on ler the est:twins
•ee ofthe Unttedli . ates sant ..e.lf prwt,.,,,,..
~,,v . ,,,,,,,g e.upressly for that moose. •• the on.
posers, of a model Lock and Hey to stabile •xattb.
Insilco et oottottamatt. If VI %Wray. Its et It*
for the mall. the Departbnent pone:ribs. •,,,..
model. for Walden, het .et 4• for Its Itairei.ion •419" 1 '
the sptelnit , of Intedlan:l skill
Ine sad entoss, heti.
.etch a Cali cordpetlt'on oaf
by Invited. may develop. .I 1 Is . silkiest So 41.-
set Ito lb. ortnetpal moieties of • Mall Level...
folk's, : Pelf. Locking matron:a ., y. beeorttr,
I , gtkt•t•:, strength, dvattillty. novelty or 0r..-
.met...a and lac Illy of use. Tern kinds of
Look. sn t Key. one of boss and the other of (" 7
Iron. different in ext. nor (OM awl ,tremor
construction Or •-rutgenOtat• are Meat. , : end
Prop:A.ls •hould •peelfY selote•telT the WIS. ad
each in,. Lock. each Jay for the ormio tact
Iron Loon and tort, Hay for same. Dsprente
Aram of each Mad of Lochs sad Keys pre.
...fed, are required to to obsn'tted otth the
Propels's; one of etch simp'• Lock totefleet
ed no ant !hh shed. lad soother to be *Pas Of
•erleetee, so that its Internal straetnte st...d
rangemeat nay ...UT Ile asesained.
assnola should be plaint, masted with the Wa
ter, name. ...ad. If the sumer say pert of IS
be Of ere d by lk talent, the date of Mb rates*
sad 01• lt• me of the patent.. matt Malmo ate
lashed thereto. _ _
. . -
The Interns• plan or arrensement of Mt Leeks
•ffered. sad the p•rtouler there of t h. icy r•-
• mune to open them, must not be Mc
her•tott r • mute.
• coo diet meth any patented I log of which
he bidder Is rot the paten , ... Preferenee
on given tee Lock, the Key of which has sot
awn exposed to general obv routes ar Inten
publlely described. diecion d or engiretied•
A decision on the •sloes specimen. .rd erq
revels 0111 hr made en or to fere the 8 , 2 day of
MARCH. 1110; and rimless the reatataeSer
erel deem it to be for the totem's of tbe
Dcpatlu•ot to reject the PropoeAbutiestAids
mane submitted ender this adeatleemat
Meet hereby exprealy mama to him.) co
trate wit he r Dared lab, ml .it thenraftee
pratleatia, with the oedema] adder who
.....k. . 3 . 3 he Melded. Toe irnthed.g slue
Locke and Hays for tar year., as ikeyesy
matted an I ordered. If mutnally agreed
in writing by the cecina= ad Pootaatarties
era. for the time be lag. sot less tha six manta
h Goo Ice expiration, the /mane, may be ex
tended mad couusead fit an salt:anal tam
of four years. But on and afar the a:Strata.
of either term of the coarsest or on and Gila
It. rightfat ausulsreut et any time, the Poeta.
ter General atoll bete the right to coarser with
or - imp' ey any otter put? to Amato the same,
ay other Ma of Locke ea I Near Mad if h.
eh 4! 4 em proper to demand and lean. from
lb. lave or der •¢ll. no contractor all thliGarri
or mantabars Keys and to trayu eel pate 4f me
Locke contr./red for. and Mt et ~ eases and
dale., (welch wend !table than to meta a
area suck Locks and Eat .) It the possession Of
such contractor. who, after their sneneder to
VA Manama eh all br , sald far the mate, U
Mal price as may ha aosrtatned by far Igo
Ille contractOr struelLagrea and be able to fele
act ! , if recolrid ad ordered, hO.OOO Baal
and 3,000 Bran aye within three anorak!
lam the time of gateaux Into =area. aid
so,eoo Iron Locke 1160,000 Lon Sea wi he
In n mouths Coin eh Ma. Bit lb. Mae
mast. th an. • 111 eta the Pak: to tralas
or ellsotoleh, as Ihe wantata inmate of the sat
rice rot) demand, the esantitle• of the Meal
ad Et ye above mailed, with • Mentioning
allowance of time to fernish them.
AP the Loa. f mutated by austroutractor mat
be wan rated to imp le rood aortae order ter
two years In the ordinary see of the seracee
alien lot Wilmer 4 to obeloaelo!enee; oar so
become del:palm within tat lime to ha reLlot.4
with perfect Looks without arra. All the
Loca furrniehed larder contraet ma to be, each.
distantly marked "11. IA Mall," In abet leak
or al td betters, and her dm Key. am torn Ito
breed In the atuni order; each hay bewail:a
enp:opriat• neether distinctly stamped aortas
-tde of the bow and '93. IL Mail" on the opposite
GOOD SUADIDI OF
Tee contractor .m to moulted to de'lvar Ile
Loots at Of. motive as the Postotece DMUS.
met. Wminettos. D. C., pot upon nteMforelo
lee opera's bewillm of he Locks caM. Md lee•
curdy molted la moods. boxes costabslng bie
wont tlum too londied Looks e ..elt. re. TOM
are to bedellvered tom agent of the Dwierimelle
duly and societally ant/meted to each teen, to
take Merge of nee convey the mum from IM
contractor . . roomy story to the Deptrelielhi
where both Lochs and /Cement to be besperoliell
and approved before they dull be pall for.
Ibe contractor ale be refound to ere doll.
.111 male inner/J . 7 In the ma of Tlflarlialb
sand Dot an. lobe forfeited to the Cultedifitell
m Ilquidided dawame. In Mee Mlle allablelli
teltbrolly ie- for the eon Vogt, either le tit ra
miming the sopglle. Mewed .11010 • rooolsosib.
Um, or as to ram U.S Me exasnfactsre of the
nab [mat sad dem eilla dm privacy. tategelay
i f .
so propoitel w il l scatters be emoted If MI
amonmented with bond of the panel eoof
Term ty ThoOsand tars. dab executed by the
propped ens Mee, 4 time rememaltdllly maxt he
cost/led Or • J•clae •Coest of Moore mama
ty thole place of mildews. attested by the
Clerk of sorb Coat ander the seal itutsco.t)mil
eondlttoned f-r Moir i monies respoeslble el
emetics o• the required bond for tee falllllscal
of tbe contract. le ease sorb Pronowd shall he
accepted,. The mambo aro of Nall. Lochs Me
heYwie, of nee MM. • latatey Insportatl Me
delicate trine, .filch the Desartment all/ aim
Ile to no bidder whom Proposals are not alas
monsmnled Mai tettmendela of good amp.
volrriNvEs TO TREAT ALL
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