Newspaper of Evening Star, June 16, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 16, 1855 Page 1
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VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 16. 1855. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAYJ At tiu Star HmJtiinf. romtr P*nn*viv*n%M avtnuc a ? J K cv*ntk strcrt, Bt w. n. WtLMCH, WiM be j in xutacribers in the cities of Wiwb O*orr,,town, M< iindria, Baltimore and FVIadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, psvable weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribe? llw satmcription price mTHRRE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY CENT? a veer In arfww.TWO DOL L*R8 for SIX M? ?NTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tr THREE MON*i'H3. {|(^Stii?L* rortea oaa 0?WT. TREBLE PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA CHIVE. Firs' patent?combined on one stock S^con t patent -self feeding with eyelet ^ Third patent?patent improved fastener, rive ting bo*h liHej AH parlie* in want of a good Eyelet Machine, are ??r>n|Jy recommended to use none but LIPMAN'S PATENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the bent ever brought before the public, possessing numerous advantage, vi*: It is strong, duraMe and not liable to get out of or der. It punchc* thehole well, and ta fit the Eyelet, and in one operation clinches the Eyelet on both tide*. It saves time, as the paper* Itc., need not be reversed <?r turned over to clinch the Erlet a se cond*timc, a* i? the caw with ;ill other M^ehines. It is useful to the Merchant in filing away paper*, id w< II as to the at'orney or Conveyancer, the r*l?oe mailer, Tailor Mll'mer. and numerons othera, and is a very labor saving Machine 9?M by all the principal Stationers and Fancy Ooods Dealer* throughout the United States. Agents for Washington, TAYLOR k MAURY, mav 21?tf Bookstore. near 9th ?t m A CARD. m Eronomv ts tkr r*ad to w**ltk." Groat Redaction in the pries of Hats ft Cap* fVlti E undersigned, h.ivm ? made arrangementa X with a New York Hat Coapunr to be con Knotty supplied with the very beat Moleskin or LfttESS HATS, got up in the latest style, offers tliem at the unprecedented low pnee of $3,50, worth from f ur to five dollars; second quality, $3, worth from $3 50 to .54 ; and a very good f'aahit n able Hat at $2^50 w>rth from $3 to $3,50 Alao, Be?*be t Co's Hats, at a murh less advance than they have been her?* tof->r? sold in this city. First rate beaver Hats $3,5 <. AM kinds of Mil HATS and CAPS very low. la order to seH at the above low prices the cash system mn?t he adopted ; consequently thoee who purchase will not be charged frun fifteen to twenty Ave per cent. as an offset for bad debts. ANTHONY, (for many years in the employ of Tn<?d k Co.) No. 3,Cr-lumbia place, 7tli St., ap 13?tf 2d door north of Penn. avenue. "SOJIBTHTNO N?W U'DEB THE SU!l7~ CHARLES WERNER, Penmylvama toMur. opynite Browns' Hotel. HAS fitted up th; cornmodioui hall over his Res taurant a* a first clatts L.AGGR BEER S LOON, having pro-ured a supply of every 1'? xury and comforts found in first cla establishments of the kind in the Northern cities. His RHINE WINES and French White Wines, as well as his Clarets, Segar*. Lager Beer, German, Italian, and Sweitzer CHEESES, and indeed f ev ery other appropriate luxury in such an ^tabliah ment, is utmurpa-ed ia this country. He solicits a call from his friends and the public. may 12?U DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm ol . Hun' Si Donaldson, continues to ^ manufacture and Iwert those beautiful a porcelain te*-th, with or without gums, * for specimens of which i made and de postt'-d by the late firm) was awarded the first premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently held in this city These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular case, and their resemblance to the natu ral organs is so perfect as to deceive the most prac Used eye. Pari<*ular attention also paid to filling and pre Kmii* the natural teeth Charges moderate and ail operation* warranted. Oific* southwen corner Seventh and D s'l en ice on D. niar 21?6m NOTICE THE WHITE HOULE PAVIL Jion 4c has been rented for the i, ami is ie:ulv ior the reception ol visitors. Large a d small parties can be accommodated with Metis, kc For particular* app!y to WILLIAM COKE, on F, beiweeti 21st and 9U -ueets. No Excursion parlies except those already en gag^l, can furnish their own caterer except paying extra for the use of the bouse. By order of the MANAGERS. may 21?MWfcFlm "^LAND WARRANTS WANTED. THE uude'Ngned will pay the highest pnc& for Land Warrants. Stocks bougQt and ad., on 0>mini-<mon. H A MI..TON G. FANT, No. IM Pa avenue, Washington. ma) ?lm , |nt - Umon) ICE-KE-ICE! CH^RLE * W " K ?f 4C ?, on Pa. avenue, opposite Brown-.' H?<rl, will keep throughout the s?as.jn an ample supplv of Pettibone's b st ICE, which he wih sell, on call, in any quantities, at the lew eft possible rates may :29?dtSepSO PLEASURE TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. ^ Ihe Steamers GEO. WASH ,INQTON or THOs COLLIER can be cbartr:ie<i for public or sslect parties to visit the White H'?u*e Pavilion, Mount Veraon, Fort Washir?t on, or otiier i laces oil the river. The VVnite Hou^e Pavilion i* now open lor visl tors It is a beautiful place for pleasure tri;?s: It ha- a fine Ball and Dining room , also, a new Ten Pin Alley {fry- For particulars apply to the Presidert of the Company, or the Captaii>s ot the Boats. Mr WILLI ^M ('OKEis furnishing refreshments on the boats, and is prepared to fuxmsh parties on the uest terms. ao '26?2m PURE SILVER WARE-A MAGNIFI CENT ASSORTMENT. MW. GALT fc BRO ca 1 attention to their s nnusaally large a^ortment of Silverware, consisting of? Solid ailver TeaSets, eomplete Silver Pitchers, solid Silv r rastor^ Silver Cups and Saucers, Goblets Silver Fish Carvers and Fork*. Crumb Scrapers Cake Kniv s, Frutt Shovels. Sugar Sifter* Jelly Sp on?, Cheese Scoups Pickle Knives and Forks <Hive Spoons, Salad Tong*, Vegetable Forks Fruit Knives, Icr Tongs, D^ert Knives Soup, fream and Gravy Ladles Ice Oeam Knives, Satt Cellars Napkin Rin^s, Butter Knives, Tea Strainera Tta, Table, and Desett Spoons and Forks of every variety Breakfast and dinner Coffee Spoons, fee. Alee, a vny large assortment of Fancy Silvar war?, suitable for wedding, birth day, and other presents The above u all of our own manufacture and la warranted to be pure. M. W. GAI.T k BRO., SS4 Pa. ave., betw. !hh and 10th su. mar 31?ti m. GRAAT BARGAINS IN LADIES', GENTS', MISSErf', AND CHIL DRBN2' BOOTS AND SHOES.?The subscriber b* ing compelled to remove from ] Ikt 1:" *ow ut-cupina, offers ius pres ent well-aaann 4 at HOUTS AND' SHOES at greatly rwtaesd pneeu. All peraons in want of the arucle will find it to their advantage to eall before purchasing elsewhere. A. H. SLOAN, No 30* Pa. av., near lOUi at., north aide, may 1?3m .. REESE'S EAGLE PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING DEPOT. THE aaWerlber re-pectmliy announces to his ft .ends aoc the public in general that he has re ceiv^d the fi'rt lot at* tbe celebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PI' Til', which received the SIL VflR MEDJlL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Inatl tu and is sow prepare*! to furnish all who may favor him *.ui a call. His stock oi U AS VIXTUIfeKS are ensur f?wed ia uie Dutnct. With tuscurps of competent workmen be pride* himself to ill uy in Uie PLUMBING AND ? AS-FIT I ING line wuh prompiiiKM and despatch. ?ar.\ll work d' ne warran-ed to give complete a-urfactioa JOHN REESE, : ~/uy .1- -tf cor. Hlxth st. and Pa avenue J1II ITARY HALL. 'Ill: :ad?rsign (1 would re-pe tluily inform his ds that he has aken the cisiablishment lor ? .own as the M Arlington House," which he ?st- -pemug ou Saturday nex?, May 19th, a? a . *nt of tn? first orde-. and feels assured that ??ave LIQUORS and CIGARS oi the choicest OYS'? E*:S, GAVE and FISH, in season - ry oth* r article in his line to suit all whu -? stu ^avor touu with a call. F. A. COOK. nay 1 a?oolnr DO XOU WANT FIRST RATE ICE CREAM? ^Oa-'onc; n \RNY, Bridge street,Georgetown Wi?- var.u.i a MEDAL by Ihe Meiropoli 'an!Mbsebi. a' Institatr, lur ICE CRBAMti, WA f8|| .|c*d, and C AKJW. may ??eoti 'I G* i Joan R ILTAH9. WILLIAM TKOKPflOIf KLVAas TH BfPSON, DRALtRS IN HABDWARI, COACII TRIMINQS, Ac.. , . P?nntylv*n1n ifinnt, betwen \int\ and Tenth ttreeU, fTgnUngton, D. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDVI ARP. ..ritannia, German Silver, Albata and Silver Plated 'Pa, Table ao?l D<>Krt 8pooag Carvers Md Fwb, Steels, Knives with and with out ronrs Bnw.l'ntannia, Block Tin and Plate' Candlestick*; Shovel iod Ton**, Waffl- Irons, 8 .d Iron* lnc^c!i! &cMetai Ket,Ies' furnacw,Gridiron., u , BUIL?IWO MATERIALS. Rural Close, Cupboard, Cheat, Till, Pad and Trunk Locks ' Snuttle. Door, and Blind Hinges Screws, Cut and V* r?ufht Nails, Bolts Brad s Shelter Screws and Ptubbs, Door Sprints, d .. ?,,? !? 8pr*w?> Door Knobs BelJ Pulls, Door Sheaves* ami Rail, kc. rr ^CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. r Cloth, Carled Hair, Moss, Gimps, Sofa and Chair Spnnss Venitiaii Blind Hooks, Rack Pulleys, Roller Ends. Pmrkeu, furniture Nails ' Glue, C.ffln Handles and Screws, Dfemond Screw Piates, fee CARPENTERS' GOODS. ,an*"> ??ws,Drawing Knives, Spokeshaves. Chis els and Gouges, Plane Irons Augers, Braces and Bitts, Boring Machines, Ham iners, Hatches, DereJs Bevils, Squares, Guages, Axes, kc. B ACKSMITH AND COACH MAKERS GOODS B.ack and Bright Springs, Axles, FeUoes, Spokes, Hubs, Bows. Sbalts, Poles * ' Heigh Runners, Silvered and Brass Bands, Stump Joints, Stump Collars. Top Props Curtain Frames, Lamps, InMrfe Linings, Lining _ dilks. Damask, >eaming Cords ' .Tr,*'- Fr,n?e^ Laces, and Plain and Lnamailed Canvass Russia Duck, Enamelled Leather, Dash Leather i EL VANS It THOMPSON, ' j? 1?6m 3S8 p*. avenue FOR THE CURB OF Asthma and Consumption. NEW AND VERY WOND aKFUL'" HYGEANA Brought home to the door of the Million. A WONDERFUL discovery has recently been Bade by Dr. Curtis nf this city, in the treat ment oi Consumption, Asthma, and ail disease* of the Lung*. We refer t?* DR CURTIS'S HYGE ANA OR INHALING HYGEA ? VM'OR AND CHERRY SYBUP '? With this n-w method, In C. ha* restored many afflicted ones to health, as an eviacDce of trhicb h?? ha^ innumerable cerfiflcatea gating of the treatment, & physician remarks t4It m evident that i haling?constantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the wdicinai properties mu*t come in direct contact with the whole lerial cavitie of the lungs, and thus escape the many an'l varied changes produced upon them when intro duced lot" the stmnacb, and subject to the process ot digestion ? The Hygena is foi sale at all the Druggist's throughout the country?N. York Dxttch. nan of Jan. 14. The Inha er is worn on the breast under the linen without the lea*t inconvenience?the heat of the b?>dy being sufficient to evaporate tho fluid Hun dre,is ot cases of cures, like the following, miirht be named One packag? of the n.vg ana has cured me of the Asthma of six years' standing. i P KBK3BERRT, . . , ^ P. M. of Duncannon, Pa. I am cured of the Asthma of ten years' standing by Dr. Cuitis's Hygeana. Marsarit Easton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr-. Pnul, of No. S Hammond street, N Y was cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Hv geana. 1 ?My sister has been cured of a distressing cough of several years' standing, and decided to be incura ble b< the physicians. She was cured in one month by the Hygeana. j. h. Gacrirt, P. M Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr.CntRvxa, of N*w York, testifies of our aiedicuie in the followiut language : N*w Vorx. Nov. 15, H&4 Dear Sir?I tlnr.k highly o? i?r. Curtis?s Hygeana as a rencJy ia di-eases of the throat and Lungs Having batf ?om<* opportunity to testify its efficacy, I Liu convinced that it is a most excellent medi cine, both th? Syrup and the inhaling application to the chest. Prof. S. CiirrcR writes us as follows ? Gentlemen?I have receuUy had occasion to teat your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, in a case of chronic sore throat, that had refused to yield to oth er forms of treatment, and the result has satisfied me that, whatever may be the c rim position of your pieparation, it is no imposition, but an excellent remedy. I wwii, for the sake of the afflicted, that it nu^ht be brought within the reach of all. Dr Johns. one of the mo>t celebrated Physicians m New York writes as follows: Dr. Ccrtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the ex c? IIent effects of your Hygeana ir inhaling Hygeao Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bron chitis, acd bcin* much in favor of counter irritation ^n affections of the tnroat, Bronchial tubes ami lun^s i can therefore cheerfully recommend your Medi cated Apparatus as being the most convenient and elTvctua] mode of app;ying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of per ons may be relieved, and many cured, by using your medicines. I must here he ail owed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, and its ?fleet* in the case above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You .-rre at liberty to use this in ?ny way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours, kc. C. lOBifs, M D., No. 609 Houston street, N. Y. Price three doliars a package ?oW f>> CURTIS * PERKINS and BOYD k PALL No 149 ? i.ambers street, N. Y Four packages sent Iree to any part of the United States for ten doilara. N. B ?Dr. Curtw's Hygeana is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all other? are ba.-Hj imita'ions, or vile and injurious counterfeits, shun them as you would POISON. Fur sale in Washington by CHARLE3 STOTT, Pa. av nue, near 7th street; and J. B MOORE, in the Fiist Ward. may 22-Cm DENTISTRY. T"\R. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention JL/ to bin new patent, and GREATLY, IMPROVED metiiod of seuint ArtificiaiJ Te^th. wiih Continuous Gum-the very^ PEKFECriON OF THE ART. Tbisstyle of leeth I has the following a 1 vantages over all others, viz : GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT,and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Plsase call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this atyle of Teeth. N. B?Teeth constituuonally healthy, plugged an 1 warranted for life. Office and house at No. ABB E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street, ap 94?tf NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF HALL & BROTHER. B4RUCH HALL, surviving partner ?f Isaac Hall, having, on the 28'h day of Febrwarv, 1855, assigned to the undersigned all the nock in trade and debts ot the firm of Hall k Brother, to be applied to the full satisfaction of certain debts, lia bilities, and engagements of the sam Arm of Ha'l k Brother, and the surplus to pay and distribute rate ably among such ol the remaining crecitors of said firm as shall within six months from said 28th day of February, lti55, execute and deliver to said 6a ? ucli 11 >11, full aud absolute releases of all indebted ness to them respectively by said Baruch Hail, sur viving partner a' aforesaid. Notice is therefore hereby given to such creditors of ?aid tirm of Hill k Brother, or said Baruch Hall, surviving pamvr^as may dveire to participate in the benefit ? f said assignment to execute and deliv er to said Baruch Ilall, full and absolute releaies as aforesaid^ within the period of six mo ths from said 2P;h day of F bruary, 1856 RICHARD WALLACH, Trustee. Je 11?eotAuggBth PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'S 8T uEL PENS in variety, b mght in person from the manufactur eis by the undersigned, in this way securing genu ineness, as weH M the best quality and ftnuih, o< each brand. FRAN OK TAYLOR, may 28 .. CPPKRIOR TABLB AIDPOCKKT O Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, kc ?A large assort mer.i, lower than at any other place in the city. For pood articles and low pncea always call ai the liou*keeper'fc I'urnmiitag Store, 490 Seventh m. any * Q. FRANCIS. 3Vo. 207. WASHINGTON STilVfc Id iNDFAfT'iRf, 8 EL corner of Pa. av. and KlevntX street, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD At CO.'8 Warming aud Ventilating Apparatus, M POND k. CO.'S (ot Boston) Union Dooble-Oven rooking Ranae, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE 8TO VES, for beating two stories; Parlor and Cham her GRATES. Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dininu Room 8 ? OVES; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW W ARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Ja,.anned WARE in great variety. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Estab lishment south of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited, ap 13?3aa ___ J AS SK1RV1 >G 1?AN8 PERFUMERY, TOILLT ARTICLES, . 8lc., Sic.? Wc havfl now in st-ire a large vari ety of fine and commoa Fans, Harrison's and Lu bin's celebrated Perfiimery, Brushes, Combs, I'ooih Powders, playing and visiting Cards, fine Portmon i.aies, Cigar Case*, Card Cases, Baskrts, Canes, kc , &c., all of which we are selling out at low price* to suit the times at ihe Piano. Music, Sta tionery, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods Store of JOHN F. ELLIS, 306 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10 th uts. may 33?tf __ NEW ANeTOLDPIaNOS. WE have now in store the largest assortment of PIAN 'S ever offere in this city from Hal ei, Davis fc Co., Bacon & Raven, and Knabe, Gaehle & Co 's celebrated manufactories. These Pianos we guarantee, and sell upon veiy easy terns. Also, a new Pi no used only a few months, which we offer at the low price of $200 rash ; a second hand Piano, by Andre Stien, for .975. A very fine second hand Chickering Piano foe 4Hle or rent at a bargain. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new. Always on hand, Stools, Covers, Violias, Guitars, Flutes, Accordeons, Music. Ac fcc. JOHN f. ELLIS, S00 Pennsylvania aveni?e, may 10 hrt. Uth and Iftth streets. NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AT SHILLIKGTOM'8. The Watchman, will be found a fitting companion to the popular and simple story of the Lump lighter Harpers' Magazine for June?commences a new volume The Missing Bride, bv Mrs. Southworth The Two Guardians, by the author of Heartsease Blanch Lorwood, a talc of modern life Virginia, Harper's Sto-y Book for June A Book of Thoughts, Memories, and Fancies, by Mrs Jameson Peeps from a Belfry, or the Paris Sketch Book Leaves from a Fam ly Journal, by the auth ?r of At tic Philosopher in Paris Joy and Care, a friendly book for young mothers, by Mrs. ^uthill All the new books published received immediate ly afterwards, anti every thine m h> stationery line for sale at SHILLINGTONW, Bookstore, O ieon Building, je I Coiner 4J4 si, and Pa. av. FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my stock of gold nrrmira patknt lbvers, and ladiis' watch is Of first quality, heavy 18 ca/at capes. Also, SILVER WATCHES for hoys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The mov< merits are selected wiUi great care, and every Watch is warranted. Persons m want of a fine timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. H SEM KEN. No. 990 Pa. avenue, bi tw. 9th and 10lb *is. mar 30 MOKE BARGAINS. JOHN H. KNOUT, Bride* itrcet, louth. ride near High, Georgetown, HAS just received a further supply of Reasonable Goods, amongst which will be found 50 pieces good styles fast colored Lawns at 12)f 10 do plain black and white and black do. .'*) do rich plaid Ginghams and Ginglium Lawns :<0 do dotted and rich emb'd Mu-Iins 50 do plain Swiss and Nainsook do 40 do Jaconet and Cambric do 30 do plaid and striped do 25 Grass Cloth Skirts 30 corded and datr.ask do White ?nd colored Watered Mrrecns 50 pieces light pretty styles Calwos 10 do Barege de Lalnes at 12>?c 2 do Bufl' shade Linen With an assortment ot seasonable style''of 31o?res, Hosiery, and many other very desirable Good?, to which the att< nuon of cash or prompt customers if invited, a? we are constantly receiving new goods, and are selling them at prices to suit the times, may ?-if J II. SHOUT OLD POINT COMFORT. THE HOTEL at tin* favorite watering place is now open for the reception of guests. The en tire establishment has been put in fine order, and greater facilities have been mr.de for landing pas sengers. A small steamer ha? been chartered to act as ten der upon the larger mail boats, and also to make ad ditional tripj to Norfolk and Portsmouth, including two trifson Sunday to nndfrom those cities, thereby affording tin opportunity ot a pleasant excursion and enjoy the sea bathing The boat will make fithing excursions three days in each week. Communications'should be addiessed to C C. WILXARD & BRO., Proprietors, je 4?2w Ol Point Comfort, Va. PROSPECTUS For publishing a monthly Musical Work in tho eity of Washington. r|'HE undersigned, at the solicitation of many ol 1 their esteemed customers, propose puolishisg a monthly Musical Work, entitled Th? Rational Monthly Musical Magasine. The Magaxine will contain from 'our to six pages of Music, selected from the best European und Na tive Composers In addition to the Music an extra sheet will be added, containmc the latest Musical N? ws, Musical Notices, he The Magazine will be prmt d on the best quality Music paper,and will be printed from engraved plates, ia the neatest man ner. The first number of the Magazine will be ready

about the 1st of July, 1*55. Mr. 8 V. Not?s; the Agent for the Work, will solicit subscription from the citizen" of the District of Columbia ami show a specimen number. James H. Brans, No. 150 Bridge street, is the agent for Georgetown. TIILRUS k HITZ, Music Depot,cor. Pa. av., lith and D sts, Star Buildings, Washington, D. C. June 4?tf READY MADE SUMMER CLOTHING. * I AVING within the last fe v days made great 1 1. additions to our former stock of Ready-made ClKlung, we are now prepared to offer gentlemen every inducement in pri and quality to visit our extensive salcaro iins before making their selections. Our assortment ol White and colored Shirts Gauze, merino, silk and cotton Undershirts Linen and Cotton Drawers Summer Stocks, < ravat-, Scarfs,Ties Collars, Gloves, Hosiery, Jkc., Is very large and complete, making our present stock one ol the most desirable to select from in Ml ces and quality to be found this side nf New lork. WALL k STEPHENS 393 Pa. ave., next door to Iron Hail. Je 4?tf (News) I HE MISSING BKIDE, by E. I). L.N. South t worth, 2 vols, price ' ?1 00 Harper's Magazine for June 25 Harper's Story B?iok No 7, Virginia 25 Putnam's Magazine for June 25 Godey's Lady's Book do 25 Graham's Magazine do 25 All the New Books, Magazines, Cfieap Pabiica hon* and Weekly Papers received as soon as pub lished and lor sale by E. K. LUNDY, No. 198 Bridge street, Georgetown, may 31?tr w IbVKR WARE, PLATED W ARE O AND FINK FAftCY OOODI-Silver C'Jee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, Qohlets, < 'ups, Spoons and Forks Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Sett, Castors, Baskets, Spoons ami Porks, on best Albata. The articles are warranted as reptaaeatHj and will he sold at c small advance. II. sbmkbn, 3SO Pa. avenue, bet 1th and 10th streets, nartf-~tf Auction Caloi. By JAS. C. ?( 31'IHIC, Aactlon??r. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE improved Real Estate a d M irk-1 Garden - By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court Of the ' utrict of O luabia fir Washing ion county, made in the c u?e wuerein Mary Huffman, administratrix andh.irat liw of Tlioma^ Moore, deceased, is co. plainan'. and Har.nah Moore, and J Moore, ?nd Laura Ann Moore hi* wire, heirs at law of said Thomas Moore, deceased, are d. fcndants, No. 1,067 Hch-n eery, the subscriber, trustee appointed by said dc. cree, will sell at public auction, on TUESDAY the 10th .ay of July, 18 5 at 6 o'clock p. m . on the premises. the wboi?. of square No 303. in the citv of \\ ashtngton, fronting 310 fee on each of llihand l~th streets west, and 202 feet 2 inches o?? each of V and w streets n rth, and containing about fr2,672 square feet of ground, with buildings. improvements and appurtenances, which consist of a well a"d sups'antially built two-story brick dwelling bouse and frame stable, fcc. The above proi?erty is eligibly situated and rapid ly enhancing in value, and has been occupied and cultivated as & m.irk**t garden for many yen f, is in an excellent condition for that purpose, and with in a very short distance of either of the city mar ketf. and offers to persons desirous of obtain n; a valuable market garden or making an investment, a rare opportunity. The terms of sale, as prescribed by the said de ciee, will be one fourth of the purchase in'iney to be paid in cash, and the balance in 6, 2, 18 and -24 months, to be seemed by the purchaser'* note, bearing interest from the day of the sale, with seen, rity to be approved by the trustee. Upon the full payment ot the purchase money and interest, ui. i the ratification of the sale by tli. C< urt, the trustee will convey the property i0 t|,? purchaser in i'ee. If the terms of sale are not emptied wltn in six days after the sale the property will be resold at the risk and expsnse of the purchaser, upon one week's notice. All conveyancing at expense of purchaser. CHA8 8. WALLACH. Trustee. . JAS. C. McGUIRE, je 15? eofcds Auctioneer. ?9 URICKS * SCOTT Auctioneers TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT AT Auction ? On FRIDAY, the 29.h June IP55 I shall sell m front of the premises, at o'el- ek p. m , bv virtue of a deed oi trust from Henrv W. Ilam ilton to the subscriber, bearing date the sixth day of Feh-uary 1855, and filec lor record 12ih F? bruarv. Ib55, all that piece or parcel of ground, in the ci y of Wa>hi,,gtr,n, in the District of Columbia, known as Lot No 11, in Square So. 499, together with the improvements, which ar; a good two story Brick Hous?, fcc. The above described property fronts on 6th street west 47 reet, be ween I and K streets w?.,tb, run ning back to a 30 feet alley, containing 4,200 square feet Terms; One fcunh cash; th balanc in 6,12and 18 months, the purchaser to give notes for the de ferred pavnv nt?. bearing intei<><*t from day of eale A deed given and ade*.?4 of trust taken CRAVEN ASH FORD, Trustee GREEN 8i SCOTT, . ^ , . Auctioneers. A net it ft o eloc k, a Am e tvto i 11 ^ w % shall sell a gooo Paint Shop, situated < n 6ih street immediately opposite Island Hall. Terms ca-h. GREEN Ik SCOTT, Je 7 eofcds Auctioneers. I By JAS. C. McGUlKk', Anctlon??r 'I'RUSTEE'3 SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ? I Estate ? By virtue of a deed of tr?> t from Fran cis Sel.ten, bearing dare cn the fir-t day of Decern- : b*T 1846, and recorded in Liber VV. B , No. 130, fo lios 231, 232, and 233, the subscriber will sell at puhlie sale, on MONDAY, the Itth day of June, 1855, atOo'cl ck p in., on the premises, the west half of Lot No 2, in Square 247. fronting 29 teet "n north L street, between 13th and 14*h streets west, running back 120 feet, wiib the buildings and lm proveni nts thereon, which consist of two well built fram* dwelling houses. The above property is well located in a rapidly improving part of the city. The term* of the sale will be one-half ca-h, and the balance in 6,12, and '>8 montns, for notes bear ing interest from day of sale, secured by a deed of trust on the property If the terms of sale are not complied with in six days after the sale, the property will be resold at Ibe risk and expense of the purchaser. Ali conveyancing at cost of purchaser. WALTER LENOX,Trustee. I JAS. C. McGUIRE, je 2? eofcds Auctioneer. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctloa'trn j VALUABLE HALF SQUARE OF GROUND j at Auction?On FRIDAY afternoon June22d at 6 o'clock, on the premises, I shall ss;ll Lets No?. 1,2 3, 4, ft, 13,14,15, and '6, in Square No. 159, fronting respectively on Rhode Island avenue, 17th and North II streets The whole forms half a square, containing 113, 000 squar? feet and is one of the most el?vated sit uhlions iu the city, at a short distance from, and in full view of, the Public Buildings. Terms at the aale. JAB. C. MzGUlKE, je 9?eofcds Auctioneer. By J. C. iUbGI'IRK, Auc*lo??tr. VALUABLE RE^L ESTATE AT PUBLIC Sale.?The >ubscnber will sell at public sale, on MONDAY, the 18u day of June. 1855. at 5 <?vilt p m , on the promises, lot No J2, in square 367, fronting 26 feet on 10:h street wel\ between N and O streets north, and improvements, which consist of two small frame houses. Terms o| sale; On? third cash, and balance in 6, 12 and 18 month notes, hearing interest from nay of sale, secured by a deed ot trust upon the property If the terms are not complied with in tlrec days after the sale, the i roperty will be resold at the risk and expense ot the purchaser All conveyancing at the expense of purchaser CHAS S. WALLACH, Attorney. JAMES C. McGUIRE, may 25?eofcds Auctioneer. By J, O. McGUIRE, Anct'onetr. \7-ERY VALUABLE BUiLDING LOT IN THE First W i d at Auction.?On TUESDAY af ternoon, June 19th, at 5 o'clock, on the premises, I shall s*ll Lot No 10, in Square 80, fronting 71*^ ft. n north G street, between 21st and 22d sts , tun ning back 128 feet 8jf inchrs. This Lot is situated in a rapidly improving part of the city: a number of first class houses are now in course of erection in that vicinity, and this sale offers a good opportunity for an investment Terms : Oue-tourth cash ; the residue in 3, 6. 9, and 12 months, with interest eatislactoiilv secured. JAS. C McGUIRE. je 9?ecfcds Auctioneer. By JAS C. StcOUIRU, Auotloutar* '? RUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE 1 and Lot on the corner of F street outh and 3d street west.?By virtue of a deed in trust from Jno. F. lolson and wile, the subscriber will sell,at pub lie sale, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of June, 1855, at 5^ o'clouk p. m., on the premises, parts of Lots Nos. -i\ and 25, in Square No f>39 fronting 45 feet ou F street couth, by 66 feet 6 inches on 3d st. west, wit!) the bud ings and improvements which consist of a well built two story frame house, with brick bakery attached. The a ove property is elfgihly situated on the Island, and oilers a favorable opportunity to persons desiring a residence oi to make an investment. The terms of sale will be one-third cash, and the balance in 6,18 and 18 months, for notes bearing 'B terest from the day of sale, secured by a deed of trust on the prop rty. If the terms of sale are not complied with in six days after the sale, the property will be resold at the risk and expense of the purchaser. All conveyancing at expense of purchaser. CLAS. S. WALLACH, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, i? 5?eo&ds Auctioneer. potomac pavilion, Finey Point, St. Marjte County, Maryland I'HIS desirable place lor health and sea-bathing will be opened for the reception of vifttors on the 15th of June, with nothing lett undone that will promote the comforts of its guest. Mar:y improve ments have been made since my last whsou. A Lunch Room has been built lor the accommodation of visitors at all reasonable hoars, oay and night. Stables and (Carnage Housed have been built to accommodate those at at a distar.ee Billiard Table. Pistol Gallery, Shuffle Board, Ten Pin Alleys and Baths have all been improved, and are free to vitiUnt only. I am thankful to the public for their patronage the lajt two seasons, and hop* to see my old friends and many new laces the coining season. The Pavilion shall be clean and well kept. Children with whooping cough or measles will not be admitted as boarders. TERMS OP BOARD: For single day frJ 00 Por three days or less than a week, per d. y . 1 30 By ihe week 10 00 By the month, p?r day 1 Sto W. W. DIX, Proprietor. Letter Boxfs have bef*? placed on all the Steam er* 'or the accommodation of visitors. je 5?eolui EVENING STAR. A CHIEFTAIN L 0 V ? &. At the time when the Crescent, over thrown under the walis of Vienna, be gan to grow pale in Hungary, the chief of the Erlau Guerillas was Leikcm a young and fiery patriot. He constantly harrassed the garrison of Eriau, llatvan, Sznolnok, and other places, by capturing their convoys and defeating their troops. On one occasion he accomplished a very successful expedi ion by unexpectedly falling apon a treasure convoy in Gyon gyos. on its way from Erlau to Buda, and cutting down the whole escort. While his men were engaged in a com bat with the Turks ia the streets of the town, Leikem heard a cry for help from a neighboring house. lie leaped off hi horse, rushed in, and fomd a Turkish soldier ill-treating a Hungarian girl \Y ith a stroke of his flashing sword be split the infidel's bead, and liberated her from his grasp. Exhausted and sublut d by terror, the girl lay senseless on the ground. Leikein, with the aid of some women, soon restored her consciousness The girl was the very type of Hunga rian beauty, with black eyes and hair, the charming expression of her face heightened by a gleam of gratitude towards her deliverer. To the voun^ man she seemed the fairest of a'll the maidens he ever beheld. The girl, too, on recovering, thought the chief just what she, in her lively fancy, had ima gined a true Magyar hero to be?tall, stately, with sparkling eves, the terroi of the enemy, and the friend and willing protector of the helpless and unhappy. In our country, love soon takes loot, and increases with a rapid and maivel ous growth. The youn^ man remained but a short time with the maiden ; still it sufficed to fill their h.-arts with a sen timent not easily to be effaced. Leikeui left the girl, whose name was Irma, with a promise of soon returning, but thai promise was more easily made than ful filled : for scarcely had the news of th< loss of tht costly convoy reached Erlau. than the infuiiated Pasha *ent a stronr garrison to Gyongyos, and ordered a hot pursuit after the oold guerilla chief; so that Leikcm, a nmc, was an unwif ing prisoner in his inaccessible lurking place in the Matra. As a punishment for the loss of the money, a contribution was levied on U* town of Gyongyos ; and at the same time, to insult the inhabitants in their rocst sacred feelings, the Pasha com manded the delivery of twelve of their most beautiful daughters for the haren. of the Pasha of Buda. The consterna tion of the poor town's people at this twofold outrage knew no bounds: but, conscious of their weakness, they ?ub mitted to the sentence, and as neither entreaties nor promises could soften the inflexible L urkish commander, presented | their girls lor selection to the officer sent for that purpose from Erlau. Among the number chosen was the unhappy lrma. Leiktiu speedily received this dreadful intelligence His instant determination was to prevent the maidens from being carried off: but, for the moment, he wa& quite at a loss to devise a plan likely t<> prove succc-sful against the numerous garrison of Gyongyos. An the midst ot this dilemma, he was interrupted by the arrival of a messenger from his uncle, the prior of a monastery of Carmelites in this neighbornood, summoning the chief to an immediate conference, which Leikem did not delay attending to, knowing his* I uncle, who had already often assisted him with good advice during his expe ditions, to be a wise, good, and patriotic man. He found the prior in great excitement as to the fate of the unfortunate town. The monk conjured Leikein, by his Christian faith and his love for bis coun I try, now to show what enthusiasai the Hungarian was capable of in the defence of his rights and his countrywomen. He then proposed to him to go to the town dressed as a monk, and there to agree upon a scheme with the inhabitants 1 he first part of this proposal was easily I effected, as a f. w hours previously, Dulo, the father of Irma, had sent to the mon | astery for a priest to pray for his daugh ter, who was then dangerously ill. Lei kem was for a moment unmanned by this sad information, bat by a violent eilort he choked his feelings, and declared his readiness to comply with the wish of his uncle. He hastily put on a cowl and left the monastery mounted upon a mule. He had the good fortune to pass the Turkish outposts unremarked, and ar rived at the dusk of the evening accom panied by Dulo's messenger, in Gyon gyos. With the capuchin drawn over his head, Leikem entered lrma's room. She was much changed during the few weeks I that had elapsed since he saw her, and was so much exhausted that the pre tended monk had to bend over her to J catch her whispered words. He could not long carry on his disguise, and was fyced to exclaim with all the fervor of I his noble heart. "I am not a monk, lrma, but thy I warrior, and am come to cure and to save thee; for as 1 live thou shalt not fall into the hands of the infidels." At the sound of that voice, the tone of which she had never forgotten, the girl thought she dreamt, but, again looking into his truthful, manly face, she saw that all was a happy reality, and she seemed to live anew. The guerilla chief likewise disclosed his secret and his intention to her father, who, cheered by his presence, instantly stole away to others of his trier. *ud brave neighbors, inviting them to meet at his house. The men came. As it was supposed that the escort, with the tribute of the town, on proceeding to Buda, would halt for the night at the fortress of llatvan, half way between Gyougyos and Buda, at the proposal of leikem a daiing plan was projected and | reavlved upon. THE WEEKLY STAR. ? ????????? 'HWMtf ttagte oopy, per annum Tun do ..... -??*?>???? ??*??? ????? 00 0^(-A9U, I5VA.R1A.BLT m 4VT41I0K. 00h Single ropiM (to wifyim) caa _ at Uie courier, immMiniHy ?f\?n the ten** of piper. Pnc*?mu ci forr**?rtRt who act an afiau will be aMowc4 a commwmnn of twenty p?w cent. Two days after an order caw to give up the tribute money and women, Tbe mayor, by presents, obtained the pen?is Mon of the commander that the maidens should be allowed to remain veiled dur ing their journey, until th y were intro duced into the presence of the Pasha of Buda. All happened as they wished. At the moment of their departure they were taken in closed litters from their dwellings, and left the town under a strong escort, accompanied by the fer vent prayers of the inhabitants for tfieir safety. As they proceeded very slowlr, tliey did not reach Hatvan till late m the evening, whereupon the Aga resolved not to go any further that night. While preparations were making for the accom modation of the unusual guests, the commander of tbe fortress attempted oi-ce or twice to pay a visit of ceremony to the maidens; but the matron in wfcose care they were, an energetic Hungarian woman remained inflexible, and after a short contest, rescued them from the presence of a very unwelcome visiter. At midnight, when all was hushed abound, (he sentinel at the door of the hou-e where the maidens res ed had he been m re vigilant must have heard the opening ot a window ab-ivc his htad, and seen a humin form descending. The sentinel, however, dreaming perhaps of Mahommed's paradise, remarked neithtr the slight noise nor the figure in whom the chief is easily recognised, which by legrees glided down the high wall, till it stood like a menacing shadow behind him. He^e a heavy fall was heard fol lowed by a du'l groan ; then all became quiet as before. The sentinel beiug no longer in ihe way, eleven other forms let themselves down fir ?m the window, one and all bearing greater resemblance to | stalwart warriors than to gentle maidens. Leikem hastily gave his commands in a suppressed voice; and after leaving two men at the door of the dwelling, they vanished into the dark and deserted stmt *hich led to the east gate. There they surprised the small guard with equal felicity, and cut men down before they could even think of resistance. But in spite of their quick and cautious pro -^eedings, they were defected by a Turk ish ocatinel who fired his gun, which aroused the others at their posts on the walls, and the alarm drum soon re-echoed from every quarter of the place. No tin?v ? ?o ?? io ko i?st. The gate was forced open wi:h all speed, and the Arawbr'dge let down Leikem gave a shrVl whistle, and on its repeated *t a distance from the fortress, in s&L time a band of one hundred and fifty brave men rushed in through the open gate. Leikem placing himself at their bead, led to a decisive attack on the bar racks, where the Turks already began to rally in overwhelming numbers. The battle ensued in the market place, where the dwelling of the commander and the barracks stood, and where the mass of the garrison was arrayed. Leikem's ir resistible charge, and the death of the Pa>ha. who fell at tbe beginning of the engagement, soon discouraged the Turks; darkness and confusion did the rest; and after a short and sanguinary massacre they surrendered to the mcrcy of the vic tories Hungarians. The garrison still numbered six hundred men, who were greatly surprised to find that thev were conquered by so small a band. You will have already guessed that, instead of tbe supposed maidens, Leikem and eleven of his men, disguised in feu ale attire, formed the party so carefully escorted to the for tress, which enabled them so success fully to accomplish their hazardous un dertaking. At the news of the fall of the Hatvan. the greater part of the inhabitants of Gyongyos tied to that stronghold, to neek shelter against the vengeance of the Turks, and they were determined, in case of a serious attack; to die under the ruins of its walls. Among the arrivals were Irma and her fa* her Leikem, now commander ot the fortress, the fruit of his bold enterprise, celebrated his marriage with his beloved Irma, who, by the way. was accompanied to the altar b) her eleven beautiful com panions so gallantly rescued by the bride | groom. _ A Discovery we have been Waiting foh.?To have to kill an ox in order to make a pair of boots is a clumsy thing; and we have waited some time to hear of some invention which will superoede leather for the feet, as wool and cotton, linen and silk, have superseded the skins of animals for the rest of the human dress. We see the London papers speak of an invention, which has just been sub mitted to the test by the scientific socie ties. A leather cement, so 6trong and adhesive that boots and shoes arc made with it, in which not a single stitch is seen or required, and the process of mending so simple that every man may be if not his boot-maker, at all events, his own boot-mender.?N. Y. Alias. Globioi s Privileges.?Tbe corpora tion of London, on tbe occasion of the French Emperor's late visit, presented him with the 44 freedom of the city." Punch thus describes great privileges conferred : Louis Napoleon lias gained by the freedom of the city?1st. The right to drive a cart through Temple-bar with out paying toll; 2d. The permission to keep a shop in the city without serving an apprenticeship; 3d. His Imperial Majesty has become eligible to the occu pancy of one of the almshouses belonging to certain city charities. Question Ann Answer.?*4 Why, my dear brother, will you puts thief into your head to steal away your brains ?" I said a temperance disciple to a person with a glass of brandy and water at bis. j ?' Because I have a plenty to spare?but if a thief were to enter your skull for I brain, he wouldn't find booty enough to | pay bis traveling expense? " was therud* j response.