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eipt circumstances that have come to light seem to indicate where the stolen goods went to, if they do not disclose the thieves. On Monday up wards of a thousand dollars' worth of steel pens were stolen from the Treasury Department, and on yesterday Mr. Valentine Brown, the watchman at that establishment, was induced, from information received, to believe that the stolen articles had been carried to the stationery and bookstore kept in the small building on 9th street, just in rear of St. Paul's Church. Obtaining a warrant, he put it into the hands of officer Chalkley, who proceeded to search the premises. Grandison, slave of Thomas Bass, was in possession, and the ostensible proprietor of the establishment; and the officer having after slight search found upwards of a gross of the pens stolen from the Treasury, took him into custody. After which a thorough exploration of the store was made. In a bag concealed in a corner was upwards of a thousand dollars" worth of letter, note a