Newspaper of Evening Star, June 13, 1857, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 13, 1857 Page 3
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L OCAL INTEL LICENCE. Tax Homujdi at GEKUaaDT's ? Evident, hf f<*rt the Inquest ?An inquest wu held yester day by Coroner Woodward upon the body of Henry Sthoulte. shot at Gerhardt's lager-beer saloon, ou the afternoon of June 11, IS57. Name* of the Jurors: t*atnuel V. Noyes, Win. J. I'arham. Charles W. Heydou. William Bird, Robert W. Dove. Horatio Nater. Jacob F. King. Stephen Eddy, Charles Kimball. Geo B. Clarke. John M Thornton, and A. E. I.. Kee*e. Wi/JiVrm W Tmker, sworn.?Was standing on the opposite side of the caoal, just below Nor nient s lumber yard: was attracted by a disturb ance at Mr. Gerhardt'*; turned and saw a crowd r?.* persons whQ appeared to be scampering. one from the other, in front of the lot; some little girls who were passing down Maryland avenue, going west, when they saw the fracas, ran ofl as ra^t as they could; in a moment afterward noticed two men approaching toward the canal, aloug the pavement; one of them was In his shirt-sleeves, and was a stout man with heavy whiskers; sup posed him to be Mr Gerhardt; he li ed a pistol in the direction of those persons on the side-walk with whom he was in conflict; immediately after he fired, the persons turned and commenced throwing stones. (Question by the Coroner?Did von. at the time the pistol was flred. see any one fail, or hear anv exclamation or complaint ?* An swer?Did not hear any one exclaim, nor see anv one fall; a number of stones were thrown toward the house by the parties, who continued throw ing until after the sccond pistol was flred; could wot tell who flred the second pistol; the rrport seemed to come from the same direction as the flrst one did; it appeared to come from some one outside the hou*e, my impression is that the par lies were going froin the house when the flrst pistol was flred; did not notice any female going toward the crowd. Arthur S Wt*t. sworn ?Do not knowanvthing about the bring of the pistols; heard pistol shots fired, but do not know whoflred them; was look ing that way, but conld not see the parties who flred. from the fact that the parties were between me and those who were In the conflict; the first that 1 saw was Mrs. Gerhardt forcibly ejected from the house; she was backing from the door; five or six men, whom 1 recognised as the party who had passed by my son's house some ten mill- 1 lite-* l>ef?rc. who were drunk and had attempted to have a difficulty with a man who was inintling a cow near he corner of First street, were crowd ing upon her as she l>arked toward the curb stone, when I saw the use of a stick in the hands of Mrs. Gethardt. opposed to two of the party, whom I recognised as being very much inebria ted: she struck at one or both of them, when he. o both of tnem, struck her on the top of the head with a ?tone; she screamed, of course, when Mr. ?ierha-dt came out of the house: whether he fl'ed or not. or had any fl'carms, 1 do not know; could recognise the parties in conflict as those who had passed my son's house some ten minutes previously; have seen the deceased; had seen Mr. Gerhardt several times before that day: did not know him nor the barkeeper personally; am a stranger in the city; the barkeeper seemed to be contending with two or three men; one of the men | had his hand in a sling, and have no doubt but that he was the mostTiolent one of the party: he was the most active one in throwing stones at the windows. Samuel Xorment. nXrorn?Was standing in my lumber yard yr-sterrlay afternoon about 3 o'clock: hear*! a Tady Screaming at the top of her voice ; looked up. and the sc?-nming appeared to come from Mrs Gerhardt from the distance at which witness was standing; she appeared to be retreat ing from a man who was following her up pretty cioselvi they were in conflict together; think she retried beyond the curbstone: she was going to 'vattls the curbstone and one man was following he>-; as well as recollect she had a stick in her band; think she turned and got back on the pave ment; this was all previous to any firing; the bar keeper ran out: supposed from the conflict he must have thought her In danger of her life; sup posed him to 1>? the bar keeper; he was in his shirt sleeves; there were some four of five men in this melee, that is they were close by; just then ?aw Mr. Gerhardt come out of his porch; it was at the private entrance and not at the bar door, with a pistol in his hand: his face was immedi ately towa'ds me; directly these little girls, spo ken of by Mr. Tucker, saw the fracas they scam pered elf: Mr. Gerhardt flred. he flred the second time; thvse men, immediately after the filing, dispersed, apparently l?ehind the tree boxws; they got off into tne street; a man. supposed to l>e the bar keeper, came out and appeared to be defend ing Mrs Gerhardt; one of tne men struck Mrs. 4>erhardt several times; the same man passed off by my lumber yard; they all started off with Mr. Tucker to the magistrate's oflice; they all came bark after a little while, suppose about fifteen minutes: one of them with his hand in a sling came over towards Gerhardt's again; be returned i:i a moment afterwards towards mv lundwr yard bream"' he had left some of his companions on that side of the canal; he returned aud said to them. -well. boys, wu have made the old fellow shoot his own bar keeper;" Mrs Gerhardt had a ?tick in her hand; saw no oue fall when Mr. Gc hardt flred; they appeared to be together going up towards the liar room door; Mrs. G appeared to be bac king oft when the pistol was flred: the man had a drab coat on and his left arin in a sling; heard onlv two pistol shots fi-ed; one cap exploded without discharging the charge; saw no weapon among the party; heard but two dis charges but would not swear these were the only shots flred. Mnrg Hesfltr. sworn?A little l*>v passed by my house yesterday afternoon and said that a man had been killed: I rail out and saw a man wash ing his face at the canal bridge; they said there was a man shot at the bridge and one at the house; saw Bill Taylor. Mexican George was with him; Tay lor was' gesticulating and making a great noise. kn? w him personally: he had his le: personally: he had his left arm in a sling: when 1 got tip to them I told John Hall to come up to the house and get his face washed; he dia not come, but went to Miss Lurch's Mr. Norment went up and said; "Boys, vcu had best go away from here?yon had be?t'be <11." Taylor said to him: "What are you?who a*e you Norment said: '* 1 am a citizen here.'' Taylor said:'? You better had be;'' Hill Taylor went to Gerhardt's. and came back saying to them that one of their own party was ?hot; One said: '? Why did you not take take the stick from the woman and knock her in the head Bill Taylor ?a d " he had done all he could, had Wroke'the wmilow and smashed tne doors; had but one arm to work with or he would.have done more." Joseph i'ros?. sworn?Was coming from the Capitol, and when in front of Gerhardt's house saw four or flve men at the door; Mrs. Gerhardt, Mr Gerhardt and the barkeeper were standing in the doo>; supposed it to In Airs. Gerhardt; thinks these men had been drinking; they were kicking up a fuss; thev seemed to want to come into the bouse; the lady. <>arkeeper and Gerhardt tried to keep them out; one of the men either shoved or ?>truck the lady in the door; she ran at him with a stick, and struck him over the head three orfour times; this man wrenched the stick from her hand and struck her several blows: she screamed and staggered back; the barkeeper ran out with a stick in each hand and commenced striking t! ? man with whom the lady was in conflict: they were then near the corncr of Second street; he struck the man several heavy blows with the Mick: Mr. Gerhardt came out with a pistol in his band and walked down the pavement near th<? exser of Second street, and flred his flrst shot; the l>a. keeper was engaged in lighting the man when the tirst shot was flred; after Mr. Ge ? hardt flr?d the flrst shot the barkeeper lef? the man he was lighting with, and as he turneil to the right-about, two-thirds around towards Mr Gerhardt. he (Gerhardt) flred the second shot, then the bar-keeper jumped and ran k by Mr. Gerhardt al*>ut fifteen feet towards the house, and fell on his face and drawed his kuees up, thought ho was trying to get up; Mrs. Gerharat went to him and took him by the a m to help him up; she could n??t move him; Mr. tierha'dt then returned from the place where he wu standing, and he. with his wife, then took the up and dragged him into the bar r<>om. he closed the bar-room door, and I then went in at the private door; the liar-keeper was lying on his 1mm k in the tar-room, dead; walked out of the house then, after I got out on the pave ment one of these men, who had his arm in a sling, turned l>ack again and commenced stoning the front of the house, saying "you d?d dutch son of a b?h. 1*11 plug you; Fhave but one hand to use. but I 'll plug you, you son of a b?fc;" sup pose that he tnrew from ten to twenty stones at the house, both at the upper and lower windows; he was stoning the house when I left the place; did not hear Gerhardt say anything, neither be-, fore nor after the shots were flred : was standing in front of the house in the middle of the str?-et; <iin very deaf; beard a sound like the explosiou of s percussion cup l>etwecn the flrst and second shots; don't think Gerhardt wanted to hurt his bar-keeper; he appeared to lie shooting at the man who struck his w fe. <{i e?tion by Coroner? l*t you think the shot from Gerhardt's pistol killed the bar-keeper Answer?I think it did Was within sixty to eighty feet of the {urties at the time; did not hear any more shots Ured after the mau; Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt seemed to he deeply distressed and affected at the death of the bar-keeper. Mnry Jnw Taylor, sworn ?Sawacrowddown (he bridge; ran out to see what was the matter; s?w John Hall, and asked him what was the matter; he t<?m me he was shot; asked him up to ? he house with lue. and washed his face &:id tied his head up; in washing his head saw something dr?p out on the floor like two or three shot, did not pick them up; was *o frightened that I did not know what 1 was doing; after his head was tied i:p he left the house; the parties who came up to the house were John Ilall. Frank Elliott, Bill Taylor, and Charles Kudd; John ^essford and Hill Garner came to the house, and as soon as his head was dressed, they told him togo with them ta the steamboat wharf, and they would send him home to his mother. .V'lrji Hitler, recalled ?When the parties w*re going |>a?t the third house from the corner, John Hall sa d to the man who had red whiskers, "give me the |>i?to|. and I'll go back and shoot the Dutch non-of>a-b? h " J'iaa Bunk, sworn.?Was standing on mv step, and ww the w.uueu mailing down Second st eet tow id the saloon; saw no and know' n othing about it; there was a large crowd, and it grew very large, Joha Hall, Bill Taylor, Chaa. Rudd, sad Frank Elliott, were the parties at mr housr, the cut acroaa HtU'a head vu ?? biased ?5\aVt>M over lb* e>e;' hwd nothing mid about shooting or pistols. Sophia Wolf sworn ? German girl, did not "P?** English; Peter Km rick sworn, interpreter? u as in the kitchen and heard a noise; Mrs. Ger hardt w? screaming; walked out: just as come to the door, saw the parties throwing stones; was in the passage door: stood there about live min ute* when Henry fell; think a small man. In a light-colored coat shot Henry; the other# were farther back; just as Henry fell, Mr. Gerhardt shot once; was so frightened could not see how they got him into the house; heard two shots fired, one after the hous?* was shut up; afler the house wa? closed. Mr Gerhardt wanted to go out again, but they would not let him; the parties outside were then throwing stones; did not see any pistol in the small man's hand, but did see one in Mr. Gerhardt's hand. Question by coun sel. Why did you think the small man shot Henry? Answer. Because he was nearest to Henry. Queation. Whether Gerhardt had come out un to tbe time when Henry fell ? Ans. The time Mr. Gerhardt came out was when Henry was running back toward the house, and he then fell down Question by couusel. Did she know if Mr. G. had been out before this? Ans. Could not tell. Question. Whether, at the time Henry was shot, be had his face toward Gerhardt or not ? Answer. Thinks Henry had just turned round at the time Mr. O. came out; think Henry was shot before that; he came five or six steps and fell. Dorotka Gerhardt, sworn?Heard a noise; came in the bar room, and saw Ave men coming in; sat down on a chair; three of the fellows drank and ran out the bar room door; iny husband asked them who would pay for the drinks; they said it was all right, it was all paid for; two of the men were in the bar room, dancing and jumping around; my husband said: "this is no dancing school," the two fellows called the other three fellows in again; the three came in and commenced to curse my husband, calling him a G?d d?d Dutch son of a b?b: jumped ofi' my chair when they said this; told them to clear out of the house; they said they wouldn't go out for me; one little man shook his tlst in my (ace; told him to get away from me; he says ?? I'll gut you in a minute;" the barkeeper handed me a stick over the counter; took that stick and knocked the man over the head and told him to clear out; struck him once, and be pulled me out of the bar room door; be took the clnb away from me and knocked me on the head with it two or three times; the barkeeper went and knocked the fellow down; a pistol was shot; think from the corner of Second street; don't know who fired it; they pulled me to the corner of Second street; ran to the bar room door again; my husband came out of the bar room with his pistol in his hand; told him not to shoot; that time the barkeeper dropped down: he (mv husband) fired the pistol oft"; we. me ana the barkeeper we e running towards the house, and the barkeeper fell; after that my husband fired; I told my hus band not to fire because Henry was shot; he fired; don't know in what direction, was so much con fused and frightened; said to my husband let us pick him up, may l>e he is not dead; we pulled niui in the r?r room; had the door shut; another pistol was then fired oft' from the outside; one shutter was open and they threw two big stones iu the bar; they smashed the lamps and every thing about the place; after the house was shut up I ran out of the back gate for an ofllcer who lives near by; he was no* at home: I ran round the street to Four-and-a-half street for a watchman, but could not find one; when 1 tot back it was all over, and Henry was dead. Sw*an Evan*, sworn.?Ran out and saw some fellow with a light coat on throwing stones as hard as he could; he had his hand in a sling and was throwing rocks at the house; he said the Dutch son of a b?h had shot his friend and he should not live till Sunday; that was all she knew; they bad taken the man who was shot away, and' this man remained and pelted the house a long time. Harriet Stnttk, sworn?Came out after the pis tols were fired: saw men throwing stones; one with his arm in a sling was the most active; the man who was shot had a pistol in his hand which he gave to the man with the arm in a sling, who put it in the sling; heard two shots, which ap peared to come from the front of the house; was in my house at the time; the shots were fired in quick succession; the man with the arm in a sling s^id that Gerhaidt had shot his brother and that he should not live till Sunday; then he threw stones at the house. The examination closed with this testimony, and the jury, after consultation, returned the fol lowing verdict, viz: '?That the deceased. Henry Sehoulte, came to his death from a pistol ball fired from a pistol in the bands of Joseph Gerhardt. at parties who were assaulting his house and wife; which par ties the said Schoulte was driving from the prem ises of the said Gerhardt. by whom the said Schoulte was employed as bar-keeper. We find that the ball entered' the right breast of the de ceased. about one inch from the right nipple, and after passing through the breast came out near the surface of the skin just under the left arm. We also find that the deceased was a poor man and had no property.'' Thf River?About 9o'clock this morning the wharves at the Navy Yard presented a lively scene. Tbe steamer Water Witch arrived up from New York, via Norfolk, with about one hundred and thirty seamen, the crew of the Ply mouth, which is about to proceed to sea on a gun nery practice cruise, as announced yesterday. I'be men were immediately transferred to tile Ply mouth. Tlie steamer Collyer reports the arrival at Al exandria of two sea-going schooners, having the appearance of the regular eastern packets. The only a-rival at the city wharves was that of the schooner Advocate, Captain Adau 8, from Salisbury. Eastern shore of Maryland, with lum ber for J G. Smith & Co. Repairs upon the Long bridge have not yet been commenced, owing to the strength of the current, but as the pile driver and timber are all upon the spot, when operations once commence but a shoit time will elapse before the work will be completed?a result "devoutly to be wished*' in view of the present extortionate price* of coun try produce in our markets. We learn that Mr. Chai les Church has beca appointed by Commis sioner Blake to superintend the operations?a sure guarantee that no time will be unnecessari ly wasted. TLe steamer Engineer, lately purchased by Mr. Lynch of New York, from the' Government, is to be plated on the Rappahannock river, under com mand of Capt. Geoige E. Mattingly. The ter miuii of her route will lie Fredericksburg and Tappahannock. At nine o'clock, the steamer Washington left her wharf with the Sabbath school of the Foundry church. The excursion party numbered about three hundred. The steamer will proceed to the W hite House, where most of the day is to be spent in the usual manner, stopping at Fort Washing ton on her return. The lowering skies prevented many from availing themselves of the antlcijnud pleasures of the occasion. For the first time this season, we noticed the tug Guy idle at Page's wharf. She will, however, during the day proceed to the Navy Yard, and take in tow the " Kngineer," for Alexandria. Tbe steamer Mount Vernon is still upon the ways at Alexandria, and her owners apprehend her repairs will not be completed under four to six weeks. The steamer Maryland left Baltimore yesterday morning to take in tow from Chesapeake City a large nurnlier of boats for Alexandria The current in the river has considerably sub aided. but the water is aliout as ??clear as mud." Cknt*e Markkt.?This morning, the supply was abundant, and purchasers were numerous. Prices were about the same as on Thursday last: Beef, per lb 15a??e Roll butter 25*31 Pui k . Mali Mutton 12al8 Lamb, pr q r. ? ? ?, ?' 5a 1.511 Phil'a print 37 Egg*, per doz.... 16p.I? Lettuce, prhead.. 4al2 Sausage, pr lb.... 12,)$ Spinnach, pr peck 25 Lard 16 Veal I2al& Beef longuea 75a# I Calves heads,each 25 Bacon .???..#????? 15aIfi Shoulders 12a II Asparagus, bunch b Onions, bunch.... 3 Tomatoes, doz.... 25a37 Bermuda Potatoes *1 Lemons, per doz . I2a25 Cabbage, pr head. 10a20 Breast pieces.... 11a 16, Radishes, bunch. 2a4 Dried lieef 17a1r? Green peas, pr pk 25*31 Chickens, pr pair. 75 Turtle*, each... I2af 1.95 Corned salmon... 15 Turkeys ?1.75a2 25 strawberries, qt. 6u25 Cherries, per qt.. 12alh Shad, per pair .... 37a50 Herring, liunch.. 20a25 Herring, per doz.. 2Uu31 { Rock, bunch 37 Terrapins, each... 37av,T Rock, each *la81 50 Irish potatoes, pk. 50 Sturgeon, cuts.... I2a.*>0 Corn, pr bush.... 9(H9ljTrout, per bunch. 25 Corn, ear,pr bush. 60 Taylors, pr bunch 25 Beans, pr bush.... $2 Sheephead #la$l.25 Rye. pr bush *1 Halibut, per lb... 12 Oat* 70*751 Freah Salmon, lb. 50 Meal 96a$l Lobsters, per lb.. 12 Shorts *?lFresh Mackrel... 25 Shipstuffs 4Ua90' Tux Homicidb o? Shopltb ?Two of the per sons charged with being implicated in the riot at GerhardCs, resulting in the death of Shoulte, named John Hall and Frank Kllet. belonging to Alexandria, were arrested in that city yesterday by Olli'-er Watson and brought before Justice Donn who, afler an investigation, held them to f jHti bail in each case for their apjiearance at the coming term of the Criminal Court. John Robinson, of this city, held the previous day for an examination, was discharged, nothing appenring in the testimony to implicate him in the riot. Accidkst.?Yesterday,a young man named F. Fridley went into the workshop of S Flynn, coachmaker, on D, near Twelfth street, and ex hibited a pistol. One of the workmen, named Michael Armstrong, took the weapon, not know i ing that It was loaded, and fired it at Fridley, the ball passing into his arm, Inflicting a famful flesh wound It is another warning to young 1 men to discard such dangerous playthings. Watcmmas Liotv last evening took from the possession who were hauIlnK 11 about with noiw d?*ii*stratlons. a y ajp'n, the property of some person unknown. It has been placed at tUc ccptral guard Uou?c for identifica tion. Th* Cocntbr Meetiko ?'We alluded inoiu Issue of yeaterday to a call in circulation, for a public meeting of "all citizens of Washington who desire a full and impartial judicial intesti gation of the outragw perpetrated at the election in this city on the 1st instant." This meeting was held at the City Hall last evening, and we presume the persons who partic ipated in if, will admit that we do the meeting no injustice in saying it was sparsely attended. Richard S. Cox, Esq., presided ; and Mr. Robt. T Knight was appointed Secretary. On motion of Mr. J. F. Polk, a committee of three was appointed 011 resolutions, and the chair designated Mr. Polk, John G. Adams, and Mr. John M. McCalla. Mr. Adams and Mr. McCalla having declined serving, Messrs. Jonathan T. Walker and F. A.Tucker were substituted in their places. The committee reported the following resolu tions : Whereas at the first precinct of the Fourth ward, while the election was going on in this citv. a large number of our fellow-citizens were killed and wounded by discharges of musketry fired npon them by the United States marines, then and there under the command of their officers, and such acts can be justified by an imperative neces sity alone ; and as various and contradictory state ments have been made as to the causes which led to and the facts and circumstances attending the said shooting, in the main affecting a large and respectable class of our fellow-citizens, and no public investigation or judicial inquiry has been nad to ascertain the truth in regard to the same, and as we l?elleve that such investigation should be open, free In the face of the world, and placed above the suspicion of interested or party mo tives : Therefore? Resolved, That a committee, to consist of seven members, one from each ward of the city, be ap pointed. without distinction of party, to elicit the whole truth as to the origin and progress of the events resulting in that dread tragedy. Resolved. That the said committee take such steps as may in their judgment be found most ex !ent to bring to the bar of public opinion and judicial punishment all and every person who shall be found by them chargeable with any dere liction of duty as a citizen or disregard of the law In the premises. Resolved, That the said committee be and thev are empowered to fill vacancies as they may occur in their number, and to increase that number if they should see fit to employ such aid as they may deem necessary, and that we will contribute our full share of the expenses of such action Re sol vfd. That they oe requested from time to time, if not incompatible with the coursc they may think best to pursue, to publish their pro ceedings. Resolved, That until the truth shall be ascer tained,or the investigation we propose shall have closed, we forbear to express censure or approval of any person or persons, officer or officers, asso ciation or partv, whose names have been con nected with thfs terrible sacrifice; and we advise all good citizens to bear and forl>ear from crimi nation or excitement, but calmly to await the re sult. and then when it shall be known let the full weight of their displeasure fall upon the guilty. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. On motion of Gen. McCall",-i committeeof sev en, one froin each Ward, was appointed to inves tigate the causc of the recent tragedy in the Fourth Ward. Mr. Cox and Dr. Clayton addressed the meet ing briefly, urging the necessity for a searching investigation into the occurrence of the first of June. After which the meeting adjourned. These gentlemen will dfmbtless be accommo dated with tlie investigation they ask 011 the sit ting of the Criminal Court next week. Real Estate Sales.?Yesterday, Jas C. Mc Guire, Auctioneer, sold part of lot 14 in square 878. on Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets east, to Mr. Charles Naylor, for HI cents per f.x>t. A. Green, Auctioneer. sold part of lot II, In square 371, corner of Tenth street west and l st. , north, to Col. John P. Wheeler, for ?>> cents p<"r 1 foot, aggregate amount S3.31S 19; and part of lot 20, in square 250, with improvements. Tor ?1.120. to Mr. Mustin and Mrs. Margaret Osborne. Mr. S. V. AtLke is out with the third num'>er of his showings-up of the Monument Board Mis manage?. From it we learn " that a proposition was formally submitted at a regular meeting of the Hoard. June l(?th. IKj6. to surrender the man agement to the Society at large; but the mover not being present at the ensuing meeting of the 17th, it was at that time ' laid 011 the table.' " Of Interest to persons who contemplate building is the information respecting metallic roofing and spouting contained in the advertise ment of Hodgson A Vannattar. 102Seventh street, to l>e found in another column. Their stock of stoves, tinware, Ac.. Ac., of which there is an abundance in store, afford housekeepers an op portunity of selecting the best and newest styles, as well as the most serviceable articles. Assai*lt and Battkrt.?Last night, a young man named John Re? der. a little Intoxicated, at ttcked a Mrs. Hensley on the Avenue near Ninth street, and struck in the face. He was taken by Watchmen Deggs and Burkhardt and confined in the guard house, and this morning Justice God dard committed him to the workhouse for ninety days. Danuerocs Animal.?This morning, the horse which, a few days since, caused the death of a colored driver, took fright while passing Seventh street bridge with a load of wood, and running against the bridge upsnt the cart and threw him self. He was badly skinned ; but the driver es caped injury. ? The Comet which was to have arriven to-day has not arroven up to the time of going to press. Watch Rettrns.?Wm Francis, colored, safekeeping; dismissed. Jno Reeder, drunk and disoiderly ; workhouse '.Ml days. Ocr Literary Friends will find several new Books at Shiilington's Book and Newspaper Estal lishment. We find laid on our table from the al>ove house, the following, which we consider worthy of notice: "The Fortunes of Gleneore, ho the author of -Charles O'Malley:" " The Dead Secret,'' com plete, by Wilke Collins ; " Nothing New." by the author of "John Halifax Gent;" " Fashion and Follies of Washing ton Life." a p'ay in five nets, by H. Clay Preuss:" *' The New York Journal, ' for Julv; "Harper's Weekly Paper," containing Bulwer'snew Story, entitled" What will liedo with it:" "Part six Burton's Wit and Humor. All the njw Books. Newspapers, and Magazines can siwvi be obtained at Shiilington's as soon as published. It Fashions and Follies Of Washington Life. A Drama of Thrilling Interest. Illustrative of Metropolitan Life nnd Society. By H. Clay Preuss. PERSONS or THE DRAMA. Col. Delaney,a government clerk, colonel by courtesy Emma Delane>, daughter of Col. Delaney, a true woman. Capt. Jack Smith, ex captain and retired politician, an "old fogy." Tom. Scott, Capt. Smith's bodv servant, a gentle man from Africa. Tonawalia, a live Indian chief. Hon. Col. Cecill?, genuino honorable, but logus colonel. Sharpsteel, friend of Cecille, a wit. Noall, a gentleman who " knows all about it." John unmitigated compound of rascality. Bill Sly. tool of Sharker s,and always "agreeable.' Hon. Gen. Blane, genuine honorable, but bogus general. Hon. Col. De Courcev, genuine honorable, but bogus colonel. Mrs. Singleton, a dashing widow,"fair," but neither " fat" nor "forty." Hon. .Mrs. Bangs snd Daughter, verdant flowers from the backwoods. Critical Notices. "The literary merits of your play as a picture of society?a satire with its dialogue?are all first-rate ; built of spice and wit and genuine fun. Some of your points are as keen as Sheridan's."? 1'ark Benjamim. " I am very much pleased with your play indeed, and tlnuk it will act eapttallyS'?John E. Oirens. " It is a very ably written production."? Wm, E. Burton. Price 25 cents; hound copies SO cents. For sale afc Taylor & Maury's, Joe Shiilington's, and liook sellers generally. Trade supplied at the usual dis count of one-third by addressing the Author, care of Richard Roberts. Northern Liberties' Bookstore, SSI Seventh street, Washington. je 11-3t "died, On the Tuesday, the9th instant, Mrs. PATRICK FOLEY. Her funeral will take place on Sunday, at o'cl'k, from the Vault at l?th street, to St. Patrick'*|Burial Ground. Her friends and acquaintances are respect folly invited to attend. 2t* OR BOSTON-FIRST VESSEL.?The su perior clipper schooner Marietta Burr. Capt. Ira Niokerson. lias arrived, and will< have quick despatch for the above port. For* freight apply to HARTLEY A BRO., No. 101 Wn. ter street. Georgetown, D. C. je ll-lw MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES ben.g aliout the largest 111 this city at tlus^^i tune, ami having !>een purchased before thej rise in Leather, can be sold at altout 15 to 2n| per cent, less than goods purchased at this' tune. Cnll and examine for yourselves, at S. P. HOOVER'S, je? Iron Hall, Pa. ave. bet. 9th and 10th sts. fMlARLES LEVER.?The Fortunes of Glen \ v core, by Cltarles Lever, author of the DaltonsJc Co.; price ?>oents. Tent-life in the Holy I,and, by W. C. Prime, au thor of Boat-life 111 Egypt. Ac.: #1.24. Just received and for sale by jell-St TAYLOR & MAl'RY. (Intelligenoer. and Union at) CARD.-Mrs. C. A. PF.DDICORD would most respectfully inform her friends and cus tomers that she is now prepared to 611 all orders ami te execute all braaches of DRESS MAKING; ami all styles of Bask and Cloak Dresses made in a short tim*. It is necessary that ladies should know whert they can have their dressts made in a superior man Her and at low prioes. Particular attention paid t< Children's Dress**. ]?ad*n would do well to cal and see her dresses. Presses made at afewhouri not |oe. Residence south B street Itetween 10th am llth streets, Is laud. Th? latest Paris fashions re oeived. j? 11-4t* AUCTION BALKS. L By JAS. C. McGUIRE Auctioneer. PK R F. M PTO R Y SA LE OF VA LV A BI .F. LOT on. Um?IT .north, near 13th.?On FRIDAY AFTtRXOOX, June 19th, at half past 6 o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell parts or Lota Nos. 11

and 12, in Squnre No. 293, fronting about 2*> feet on north D atreet. between 12th and 13th streets, r?n minj back an average depth of abont 70feet. Terms: One third, cash; the residue in Sand 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. je 13 d J AS._C. JMFcG U 1 RE,_Anet._ By Wall A BARNARD, Aiietioneers. ARGE STOCK OF FANCY GOODS. PER ? fi'.mkry. Jewelry, Cigars, Ac., at Auction. On THURSDAY MORNING. 11th lo o'clock, at the store ef Messrs. Samtag A Brother, No. 339 Penn. avenue, south side, be'ween 6th and 7th street*, we will sell their entire stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Jewelry, Ac., viz: Wlute and oolored Hosiery, women's and children's White and colored Half Hose, men's and bey'a Wool and cotton Undershirts and Drawers Buttons, Tapes, Cords, Needles, Pins Braids, Ribands. Tapes, Hooks and Eyes Pocket, Dressing, Tuck, ami fine Combe Hair-cloth, Tooth and Nail Brushes Fans, Perfumery, and Fancr Soaps Sewing Cettons, Silk, and Thread Toys, vases, China Cups and Saucers Large stock of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewel ry, Ac. B?ads, Purses. Portemonnaies, Cigar Casea Work Boxes.Satchels,Cah?SjAc. Looking Glasses, Ink, Pens, Stationery, Cigars, Ac. With many other Goods in the fancy line. Also, Glass Cases, Measures, Scales, Fixtures, Shelving, Ac. The trade is invited to the above sale, as the whole stock will l>e sold without reserve. Terms: &W and under, cash ; over that amount a credit of 30 and 60 days. for notes satisfactorily en dorsed. bearing interest. je 6-ts WALL A BARNAR D. Anct. fTT THE ABOVE SALE WILL BE CON tinned TO-NIGHT, when the remaining stock will be disposed of. je 13-11 WALL A BARNAJtD. Auct'r. By J. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING Lot ox north N street, between 12th and 13th streets.?The subscriber will sell, at public sale, on Tl'ESDAY, the 9th day of June, 1857, at fi o'clock p. m., on the_ premises, the west half of Lot No.II, in square No. 281, fronting 35 feet of nit inch on north N street, between 12th and 13th streets west, by I2?> foct deep to a thirty feet alley. The above property is situated moneof the most improving and desirable parts or the city, and otters to persons desiring either to build or invest a favor ably opportunity. Terms: One-third cash; and Imlanc* in 6 and 12 months, for notes bearing interest, secured by deed in trust upon th?j property. CHAS. S. WALLACH, Attorner. jeS dAds JAS. C. McOUIRE, Anct. ID" THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED, in consequence of the rain, until TUESDAY AF TERNOON, J une 16th, same hour and piace. CIIAS. S. WALLACH, Attorney. je 13-d JAS. C. McGUIRE. Anct. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE of DESIRABLE DWEL uxo Hoisk and Lot on 11th strfet. nkak Pesx.avkm'*?On THURSDAY AFTERNOON J une 11, at 6J? o'clock, on the virtue of a deed of trust, dated July 6,1866, and duly recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. ini, folios, 21 .Ac., oneof the land records for Washington county, D. C., the subscri ber will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, part of Lot No. 13, in square No. 323, fronting 23 feet five and a half inches on 11th street west, between north C street anil Penn. avenue, and running back ini' feet one inch, with the improvements, consisting of a comfortable Brick Dwelling House. Terms: One-fourth cash; the residue in fl, 12, and 18 months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the property. All conveyancing at the cost of purchaser. . , . THOMAS J. FISHER. Trustee. jel-eoAds JAS. C. McGUIRE,Anct, E7"Th? above sale'? unavoidably POSTPONED until WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 17th, same hour and place. . , ? THOS. J. FISHER, Trustee. J* ?3-d JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auc'r. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. i?gi ^u. u, in Bqunre nnviiiK ? irunt tin norm ?? street of 3" feet, running back 120 feet to an alley 17 feet 5 inches wide. This property is handsomely situated on north G, lietwsen New Jerse> avenue and 2d street west. Terms: One-fourth cash; lialance in 6,12,18. and 24 months, for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deml given and a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. All conveyancing at^the oost of the purchaser. A. GREEN, je 12-tl Auctioneer. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. Handsome building lot on north E, BETWEEN 2n AND 3D STREETS WEST, AT ArcTioN.?On TL'ESDA Y, the 23d instant, I shall sell, in front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p. ni.. Lot No. 2. in square 568. fronting 30 feet on north E street, north side, next to the corner of 2d street west, running Isick 100 feet to a 25 feet alley. It is unnecessary for me to say anything relative to the beautiful location of the als>ve-descrii>ed prop erty. All I ask is that persons wishing to purchase will examine the premises for themselves, and I am satisfied that the* will oe convuiced that it is oneof the most beautiful and commanding sites for a pri vate residence in that section of the city, and the surrounding neighborhood ma rapid state of improve ment. Term.; One-third cash; the balance in six and twelve months, for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. je l?-d A. GR E EN, A net ._ By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. Handsome and nearly new three story Brick House axdLot at the corxkr 12th AND NORTH L STRr.ETS. AT AUCTION.? On MON DA Y, the 22d instant, 1 shall sell, at 6 o'clock r?. m.. hi front of the prr.misos.a handsome and > new ISrick House, situated at the corner of 12th street west, and L street north, on Massachusetts avenue. The house is well built, and contains ele ven conveniently arranged rooms and wide passage. The corner room is now occupied as a grocery store; also, the Lot on which it stands, being No. J3in l>a v id son's subdivision of square 316. It also has on it a good carriage-house and stable. The ntiove-describcd property is handsomely lo cated in an elevated and commanding position, ex cellent water, and a rapidlt improving neighborhood. Terms: One third, cash; balance in b, 12, and 18 month*, for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Title indis putable. je 12 d A. GRKEN, Auctioneer. Bv JAS. C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer. VERY VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ox 10th, BETWEEN G AND H STREETS.?On Tl ESDA^ AFTERNOON, June 16th, at 6 o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell part of Lot No. 14, in square 345, havinz a front on the wost side of 10th street west of 20 feet, lietween G and H streets north, run nine liack loo feet, and containing 2.<*)o feet. Tins is a very beautiful Lot and finely located for building purposes. Terms: One-third cash ; the residue in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. je IQ-d JAS. C. McGUIRE. Auct. f^OR SALE.?A light, fashionable, and stylish medium sized BAROUCH. Has been little used and was made to order by one of the best m: - kers in New York. Can f>e seen at Mr. J. M. YOUNG'S, Carriage Maker,'.near the corner street and Penn. avenue. je 11-3t ACARD.-.Mrs. FROS T, (late of Philadelphia.) FASHIONABLE DRESS MAKK.K, No. 551 Bridge, (or Eleventh) street, Navy \ ard, Wash ington. is prepared to make Ladies' Dresses at the shortest notice, latest style, and best manner. Dresses out by measurement, warranted to fit. Latest Fashions constantly received. je0 5t * ^yASlIINGTON SEW ING R OOM S. The proprietor has to day added two more ma chines to his force, making seven in all. Tins was rendered indispensible Wy the constantly increasing business offering for execution. He will now be able tw observe greater promptitude in the fulfilment of orders. Shirts made entire, 75 cents; plain se? mg.3 cents per yard; Collars, small, 3 cents each : Wrist bands, small, 3 cents per pair; stiching Basques, 25 cents, and other work in proportion. Families and others cau have any amount of sewing done at a few hours' notice. . Rooms in Clagett's new buildirac, on 9th street, seven doors from Penn. avenue, opposite Gideon's printiug office. Ladies and others are invited to call and examine the work. Terms, cash invariably. may 13-eolm SP. HOOVER'S IRON HALI, BOOT. . SHOE. A ND TKL'NC ESTAH-mA* LISHM E NT.?Just received this day aftll arge assortment of the following articles: W ?at FOR LADIES. * Pi* Ladies bronze, black and oolored Gaiters, with and without hoels Imdies colored, bronze, and black French Kid and Morocco Slippers Indies colored, bronze, and black Gaiters at $1, regular price, &1..V) Indies oolored, bronze, and black Congress Gai ters, new style, at ?1.25 and ?1.75 Misses and Children s (Jailers, Morocco Boots, and Slippers, all st? les. FOR GENTLEMEN. French imported Molia Ville Shoes French Patent Leather broad-strap walking Shoes French Kid and Patent Leather Congress Gait ers, 62 to $4. Frenoh Calf and Patent I<eather Pumps, and Gaiters, & 1.50 to 93 Bors and Y ouths French Patent Leather and Calf Gaiters, and Shoes of all kinds very cheap. ALSO. Leather Bonnet Boxes and Valices A'1 sole leather and iron-frame Trunks Ladies Dress and Folio Trunks, new style. Carpet-begs and lland-trunlrs. Call at S. P. HOOVER'S Cheap Cash Store, Penn avenue, je 11-eolm bet. 9th and 10th st. Iron Hall. REWARD!?Ran away from the sub lvr\l scriber, on Tuesday, 9th June, 1?57, NEGRO MAN LUKE, oominonly called JtM Luk* Williams, very black.about 2Syears old, five feet high, prominent projecting forehead : Jr\ has a slight scar over one of his eyes ; speaks quickly when smokes to"; has a thin suit of ? whiskers and mustache; clothing uot reinemt>ered, as he has various kinds. His fatlier lives in Phila delphia, and he hnsa sister belonging to Mr. William S. Gittings, formerly of Anne Arnitdel county, who now resides in Baltimore oity. He has also relatives at Mr. Clement Hillearv's, near Bladensburg. I pur chased bim of Richard C. Bowie, esq., formerly of this oounty. I will give fifty dollars reward if taken in the State of Maryland or District of Columbia, and one hun dred dollars if taken in any free State. He must tw brought home to me, or secured in jail ao 1 can get him again. ZACHARIAH BERRY,(of W.) Near the Briek Church, Forest of je 11 -2tawtf Prince George's eonrtt), Md. 1 REFRIGERATORS.?Some of the best m the 1 XV city, and at the lqwestsricss. JeS G. FRANCIS, 4007th ?treet. auctiom balm. THIS AFTERNOON 4. TO MORROW By C. W. BOTELER.Aue^on^ * CALF, OF A LOT OX THK CORNER nr O Virginia atencK A^qpimu atAw r,?T On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. o'clock. I shall sell, on the premises, part of L**' v? 4. in Square No. 59. fronting $4 feat 6 inches ?n th ' corner of Virginia avenue and 23d street, oontauuiw about 4,<?0 squaac feet. Sale positive. Terma cash, je 11- C. W. BOTELER. Auot. B? A. (iREEN. A tier longer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OK CITY LOTS.?By vir tueofadeed of trust bearing date on the 3 st day of October, 1H51. and reoorded in Liher J. A. S.. No. ki, fi lio 436, et. seq., the subscriber will sell at public sale. 011 SA rUKDAY, the '3th day of June. 1K57. at n o'clock p. hi., at the Auction Room of A. (ireen, corner of 7th and 0 atreeta, the fo.lowing described Lota in Washington city, D. C.; viz: Lota Noe. 13, U,and IS, in square No. 1045. This Property fronta on Peun. avenue, between 13th and 4th atreeta eaat. Also. Lots Noa. 1 and 4 in square south of square No. 1019. This prupertv front* on Peun. avenue, be tween 12th atreet east and pubic space. Twins of aalc will be one-third cash : the Isilance in 6 and 12 months, for notes l?earing intereat from the day sale, secured by deed of trust on the prein aes so aold. J. T. STEVENS. Tniatee. line 1 ta A. GREEN, Aiiot. By WALLA BARNARD, Auctioneers. Peremptory sale of brick house and Lot in tiik First Ward at ArcTio*.?On MONDAY AFTERNOON, the 15th instant, at 6 o'clock, we will aell. in front of the premises, east part of Lot No. 4. in square 140. fronting 27 feet on L street north. Iietwren 18th and 19th streets, running hack llo feet to a 5? feet alley. The improvements are a two-story Brick House. This property is on a newly improved atreet, with the pavement laid. If the terms of sale aro not complied with within 10 days afW the sale ; the property to he resold at the risk of the first purchaser. tr he l< paid on thedayof sale. Terms liberal,and made known at aale. Sale positive. By order of heirs. jein-ts WALLA BARNARD. Anct. T H By JAS. C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer. ARNESS, SADDLES. BRI DLF.S. HALT ers, Whips, Trunks.CARrET-By<,s. A Store Fixtures at Tlblic Art tion.? B% virtue ofadeed of trust or assignment from Josian F. Bailey to the subscriber, bearing date on the 9th da> of June. 1857, and recorded on the same day, I will sell for ttie mirposea therein mentioned, at public auction, on THURSDAY next. June 18th. commencing at ten o'clock a in., at his late place of business. No. 373 Pennsylvania avenue, south aide, between 4,'i and fitli streets, ali his stock in trade, consisting in part of Harness. Saddles, Brulles, Halters. Whips. Trunks, Carpet-bags, Hardware, Leather,and Store Fixtures. Ac. Terms; All sums of $2n and under, cash ; all over that amount by notes at SOand 60 days, bearing inter est, and satisfactorily endorsed. EDWARD SWANN. Trustee, e ll-d JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auct. Oi Br JAS. C. MoGUIKKt AmImmst. WO SMALL BRICK HOUSES NEAR _ "Printing Office Sot a re"* at ArcTio.N.?On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 17Hi.ati. o'clock, on the premises. I shall sell part of No.5. in square 715. fronting 25 feet on 1st street , tween north 1 and K streets, running l?ack 1?> feet, with the improvements, consisting of two nearly | new two-story Brick Dwelling Houses, well built and neatly finished. Terms: One-third cash; the residue in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured bra deed of trust on the premises. Sale peremptory. jo ll-d JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auct. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. NE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BUILP ING Lots now FOR sale in Washington. FRONTING O.N CoN.NE' TICCT AVENUE, BETWEEN Tifru Jni vD.i streets, u Auction.-On I HI RSDA \ , the 18tfc instant. I shall sell in front of the premises, at five o'clock, p, in ? ??? v-. oi Square 12*?, having a fr4*rA. ?#i t/lh street wjU? .? avenue, lorma a largo open space, running oa<-k to a wide alley, containing about U,<?? square feet, and will l*1 sulslivided an<l sold in separate lots lfdesired at sale. We deem it unnecessary to say anything: further relative to tho beautiful location of'tlie alw>ve-de?cnl)?d property, as it is well known to le one of'tlie most desirable now for sale in Washington, being but one squnrc ii<>rtii and in view of the northwest corner of Lafayette square. Terms: One-fourth, cash ; Iw.ance in 6, 12, Ifl.and 24 month*. f"r notes lier.ring interest from the day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyance at the cost of tiie purchaser. Title in disputable. je H-d A. G R EEN. Auctioneer. By JAMES C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING IjOT*.?'T-*?e subscrilier wiU Nell, at public sale.on MONDAY, the 15th day of June, 1H57, at 6 o'clock p. m., on the premises. Lot No. 3, in the sultdivision madelietween Nicholas N oiiug's heirsof square No. 4U. frontline 91 leetfi4* :aehes on #tii street west, by 99 feet wn 11 street south. The above propert) is eligibly situated on the Is land and rapidly enhancing in value, and will tie sold as a whole or divided into building lots to suit pur chasers. All conveyancing at the expense of the purcliae ers. CHAS. S. W ALL AC H. Attorney. je9-eodAds J As. McGUIR E. Auct. By C. W. BOTELER, Auctioneer. Trustees' sale of valuable real Estate in thk Citv of Washington.?By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the Dis trict of Columbia, passed in a cause iu which Sarah B. Franch and others are complainants, and Junius French and R>>se French are defendants, the under signed will sell at public auction, to the Inchest bid d -r, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of December. 1'dob, at 4 o'clock p. in., upon the premises, part of Lot No. 16, in square No. 457, in the city of Wash ington. fronting on the south s'de of E street noith, between fit and ?th streets west, and comprised l?y the following metes and Itoiindaries: l>oginning for the same at the northwest corner of said lot. and running t hence south l<?) feet r> inches to a public al ley 25 feet wide ; thence east 33 feet 11 inches; thence north It*' feet 6 inches ; and 'hence in a straight line to the point of beginning. The improvements con sist of a large and commodious, Dwelling House, Ac. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash ; the residue in two equal instal ments, payable respectively in six and twelve months from the day of sale; the payment of said instal ments to be secured by the notes of the purchaser, with a surety or sureties to lie approved by the trus tees. and bearing interest from the day of sale. Should the purchaser fail to comply with the terms of saie wit hiu six days after the day ol sale, the pro perty will be resold at his risk and expense, after five il^ys' notice. All conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. SAMUEL CHILTON. CHRlSTOHER INGLE. Trustees. C. W. BOTELER. dec S-.'ttaw.lwAds Auctioneer. Bv A. GREEN, Auctioneer. FINE BUILDING LOTS, FRONTING 6th "I I ani)7tii sts. anu S and T streets, at At r Tio.N.?On MON DA Y, the 15th instant, I shall sell in front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p. in., 61 handsome IxiildiiiK lots, hi suUlivision of square No. 44*, all of wliichare of moderate depth, running to alleys. This property is beautifully situated, bounded by 6th and 7th streets west and S am! T streels north, and perfectly graded on each street. The atten tion of tlie public is respectfully invited to this large sale of property, as luirKaius may lie ex peeled. Terms: One-fourth cash: the balance in6., 2t, Si, and 3d months, for notes bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. je ll-eo3t A. GREEN. Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE.-By virtue of a deed of trust from David Jones and wife to me, I will ex pose to public sale, on THURSDAY, the 25th day of June next, at 12 o'clock m.. (if fair, if not, the next lair day thereafter.) on the premises, all that part or parcel of land whereon the said David Jones now resides,containing alsnit ninety-twoacres,and which property formerly belonged to the late D"iig lass Yoss. This property is most eltgmly situated lor a hoarding establishment or female seminary.!>e ing immediately on the Baltn#>re and Washington railroad, distant aln?ut one hundred yards from the Bladensburg depot. Tho improvements consist of a larKeand commodious Frame Dwelling, in complete repair, and every necessary out building. The land is admirably adapted to the usual productions of the country,and at an inconsiderable outlay might lie rendered most productive, a greater portion lieing line meadow land, lu point ofhealth it will compare with any situation in this country, and rarely is it that property possessing so many advantages is of fered for sale. Th? terms will lie lil-eral, and made known on the day of sale. N. C. STEPHEN, Trustee, may 26-3tawts Bladensburc, Md. JTy" The purchasers of thealiove property having failed to to comply with the terms of sale, it will be sold on the same terms, at the risk and expense of said purchaser, oil MONDAY AFTERNOON, Juue 22d, at half-past 6 o'clock. SAMUEL CHINTON, CHRISTOPHER INGLE, Trustees Je 4-eodAda C. W. BOTELER. Auct By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. COMMISSIONERS'SALE OF VALUABLE Real Estate.?By virtue of the order and de cree of the Circuit Court of the District of Colum bia for the county of Washington, in the matter of the heirs of Frederick Mohler, deceased, made on the 13th day of April, 1857. the undersigned Com missioners will otter for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder therefor, on the premises, at six o'clock p. m., on THURSDAY, the 18th instant, all of Square of ground No. 234, with the improve ments, consisting of a small frame house ; and all of Square of ground No. 271, of the plan of the city of Washington; for descriptions of which they re fer to the proceedings in the snid cause. The oonaitions of sale are : One fourth of the pur chase money to be paid at the time of sale, or within three days thereafter; the residue to lie paid in one. two,and three years, with interest from the day of sale, to lie secured to the satisfaction of the Commis sioners, or a majority of them. If the terms are not complied with, the property, at the expiration of three days from the day of sale, will l?e resold, at the risk aud expense of the pur chaser or purchasers. SAM'L E. DOUGLASS, E.C.CARR1NGTON, THOS. K. LLOYD, CHAS. WALTER. THEODORE Mc(?LUE, A. Lloyd, Attorney. ? _ Commissioners. 9 jelO-d A. GREEN, Auctioneer. jtyJETALLIC ROOFING AND SPOUTING. Tlie undersigned having rr.ade all necessary ar rangements, are prepared to put on METALLIC ROOFS in the best possible manner. They warrant the work done to |>? in workmanlike manner, other wise no charge will he made. HODGSON A VANNATTAR. _ je F-?o2w No. 402 Seventh >treef. F'ttstmrKisn-a RINU, 4c., and for sale by , a J* G. WATERS k CO., je 9.eo3i 100 \V ater atreet, Georgetown. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM THE ASSOC IA TRD PRESS I*? Wffki Lttrr from ( tllftrtU. New Voh. Juof 12.?The utMrnr Georje Law, f.otn Aspinwall on the 3d mutant. arrived here this afternoon, with Sen Franc two dstes tA the 20th ult .and nearly specie The George Law connected with the strainer Sonora, which brought down nea<lT S2JOO.OOO ta gold The Sonora passed the Golden Age on the -4th. twnnd up. witn the New York passengers ?* ,lie 5th of Mav. Oa Juue 'M ahe paused the >t^nw Golden Gate with the mall of the flat "h,P* Independence end 8< Mary's ? k anainn on tb?* M. and the steamer VI a. b~h was off Aspinwall on tbe&th. Intrlligeuee j^n J|Mn del Nncte ?*??? ha oye- on, hundred of Walker'a inao are ?t>U at that place destitute and sick i *' r*n*m* ?h*t the Chlncha Is lands a e to be pi seed under a Joint protectorate of L norland and I ranee * r The massacre of Cal Crabb", parte was caus ing a great excitement in Califo-iiia The mines w*rr yielding well in California The affairs of the Isthmus were quiet The new administration of New Granada will not accedeto the demands of the United State* There is'nothing newfroin Nicaragua The revolution in Peru had been supprvmaed The insurgent fleet had surrendered to tho govern ment. General Vivanco was at Arequipa with a small force, but without means. The sloop-of-war John Adams was at the Chtn cba Islands. A letter from a correspondent of the Tanam.i Star, dated Lima. May 12th. says : ?'The Conven tioa lias closed its secret session uu the question of the Knglish and French protectorate of the Chintlia Islands. They vote to-day and their votes are expected to be favorable " The Biitish frigate Satellite bad sailed from Callao for Vancouver's Island, her commander having been commissioned by the Knglish gov ernment to settle, in conjunction with the United States commissioner*, the Oregon boundary Business at Lima was improving rapidly. The * flairs of other South Autei it. an States were gen erally tranquil. The Panama Star expresses strong fears that Gen. Walker, in conformity with threats made by him after his capitulation, will return with ano ther army of flllibiisters to the Isthmus, and re grets that Gen. Moral did uot bind him ard hi* officers, in the terms of the capitulation, never again to put their feet iu Central America The news from California is not of general Im portance The papers give the details of the massacre of Col. Crabb and his party of flllibusters, which seems to have been attended by incidents of unu sual crueltv. Col. Crabb was led out alone and tied to a post, with his arms above bis head, and there riddled with a hundred bullets. Theex ritement in California over this massacre seems to l>e intense, and it is feared that some general plan i?f revenge against the Mexicans will be adopted From Sfw York. New York. June 13. ?The Herald cf this morning publishes the manifesto of Santa Anna to his partisans at Cuba and in Mexico, denounc ing Comonfort's government, and declaring that Mexico must pass through another bloodv revo lution before tranquility can be restored The correspondence of the Times states that the reason of Capt Davis's interference in behalf of Gen. Walker was a letter, in Walker's hand writing, found on a ?pv. addressed to Mr. McDon ald. agent of the Nuaraguan steamers, stating that he was reduced to the last extremity, and begging him for the use of a steamer, or to do something else for his relief; and that, on read letter, Capt. Davis determined to act at ue did ?>er savs that the remnuut ol ?% aixer s ?..../ ? trrivedat San Carlos, sick and destitute; that heir passage had Iwen paid to the?? From Kansas?Army Movements. St. Louis. June 11 ?Major Sedgwick, with two squadrons of cavalry, left Fort Leaveuworthon the 1-tli ult Col Sumner and one squadron left on lie 29th ult. One squadron will join Smnner at Fort Kearney and three companies of Infantry at Laramie. Colonel Sumner goes out against the Cbeyenes and other hostile Indians. From Havana. New York. June 12.?The steamer Kmpire City, from Havana, with dates to the 7th, hf-s ar rived. There is but little new*. Santa Anna was lit ill looked for dailv. There was no epidemic at Havana. Sugars were dull, but prices unchanged Exchange rates were heavier. New York J*ai'? discount. The Kmpire City brings 1H' passengers md Hire,WW in specie. Mortality at Sen. Ntw York. June 12th?The brig Lucy Hey wood, from Gonaives, which arrived here to-day, lost from yellow fever during the voyage Captain Tuet and Capt Rich, who then took comiuaud. the second officer and a seaman A Supposed Slavor C aptured. New Yore. June 12.?The schooner Maitiand, a supposed slaver. ws* < aptured t: is morning "fl Sandy Hook, by the l". S. cutter Washington Baltimore Markets. Baltimore, June 13.?Flour is dull at for Howard street and City Mills. Wheat is steady at 81 71a?l v2 for red; and 81 .r*5a? 1 9t". for good to prime white and 81.95 for choice lots. Corn is lower. HSa^Jc. for white, and V.k;*--c for yellow. Whisky is drooping at 33a35c. New York Markets. ? New York, June 13.?Flour is quiet . sales rt M* Ml* Ml* 8<? 5?af6.s5, Ohio ?7 2oa87 M, southern *7.7.'>a87.H?. Wheat is quiet, sales of S.IW) bushels; white 81 1*7 Corn is heavy and nominal, sa'.es of 12,6NQ bushels ; mixed IWc", white 81 01; mellow 8! <" Provisions are Arm, Pork mens 823 *0 Beef is unchanged Lard is steady at 11 \ Whisky isqniet at34<**35c Financial. New York. June U.?Stocks are dull Chi cago and Rock Island 1.38; Cumberland Ceal Company 17^'; Illinois Cential shares 130, do boud.s i?7; Mi higan Southern 12 \ , New York Central "2%; Reading 71; Virginia fl's f-2. Mis souri ti's 4 . Sterling exchange is dull. Imtortaxt raoM Ntw Gk?m?a ?A tele g aphic despatch stales that diplomatic relations between Kngland and New Granada have been resumed The Mackintosh claim has been set tled. No further attempts to arrange the d'ffl' ulty with the I uited States have been made Mr Howliii, the American minister, would leave for home on the 2Uth Any propositions hereafter must come from NewGtanada The ? Elliempo ' says: "The controveisy has not ad ranrqd a step The inaugural message of the President of the I'uited States does not appear to be so tranquiliz ing as it was said to have been ; on the contrary, there are expressions in it that enable us to under stand well tnat we cannot promise ourselves just and considerate treatment irom the new adminis tration at Washington " On the |th the Governor called an extra session of ihe Legislature to take action respecting the difficulty with the United States Ou the 18th the Governor issued another pro clamation. declaring his conviction that no hos tilities were likely to be attempted bv the United 8 at *s against New Granada?ihat matters would p.obably be settled amicably, and that the offi cials of this government should endeavor to do away With the prevalent impression to the con trary. and endeavor to maintain peace between the foreign and native population. Among othe d >ings at Bogota was a proposi tion to send one thousand men to the Isthinut for its protection. Desperate right with Robbsr* ?The 8?n Antonio. Texas, papers of the 3uth ult., are ftll?d with the most exciting accounts of a recent dread ? fill encounter with a band of ruffians in that city, during which five persons were killed and one wounded. It appears the sheriff, with a posse, surrounded a bouse in which a number of well known thieves and other desperadoes were found concealed, and a desperate fight ensued V. S. Senator Elected ?Mr. Clark, the Re publican nominee, has been elected 18. 8en#tor by the Legislature of New Hampshire, la place of Hon. James Bell, deceased. The vote stood in the House?Clark Ittt. Wells (Dein.) 122; In the Senate?Clark #, Wells 3. Dkclikes.?Lieut. Gen. Scott has written a letter to the committee of arrangements, announc - ing his inability to visit Boston on the 17th inst , on the occasion of the Bunker Hill celebration I'NION HALL RESTAURANT. W F. BKN'TER would announce to his frisnd* S-.'I the ptiNic. tilSt the celebrated ?? G .IKF.N Tl RTLK. so muoh praised a,<l spoken of as" Tippo Sultan.' has' thin day i*en slaughtered, am! that lie will be served up m Steaks. Soup, a-la mode, and Fricassee, in a st)le unsurpassed. In e mnexion with the many delicacies of the ssas?? which he has srrsug^Mant. to rerotvo, h?d the purest of WINKS. BRAND'. Vj CIGAKSv Ac., aod in Isot all that the epiouro desire Hi? establishment is betweena?d 7U. MI LLIN KRY?MI LL1N KRY-MI^'^" Y in.L^J,U ?riCh.Wrs* ,4 PeniV. avo'! hat. l?h at J lUk (8utes4lnU