Newspaper of Evening Star, June 12, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 12, 1855 Page 1
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VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1855. NO. 761. . ' i ?I 1 1 THE EVENING STAR POBLliUED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8 HTTP AY J At tks Star Building, cenmr f *nx.iyImams tAtniiA end E'trmik street, ttf W, D. WALLAIH, Wii be nerved to su been tor* in the eltien of Wash ington, Gen^-town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Fhaadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents. To mail subeeribeta the subscription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yenr in TWO DOU LAR8 ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONR DOLLAR ?k THREE MONTHS. fc7-Stn?ca ronaa on ?nr. THRERLE PATENT IMPROVED EYRLHT MA X CHINE Firr patent?combined on one slock Seerw-d patent?ne!f feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, rirecirg bath iUm. All parlies ia want of a good Eyelet Mnehine, are s r inrfyrecomineuded to use none but LIPMAN'S P ATENT IMPROVED, which ia decidedly the bi'et *v*r brought b?fcre the public, possessing numerous advantages, vis: It is itronj, dura hi# and not liable to rH out of or der. It punches the hole well, and to fit the Hyelet, and ia one operation clinches the Eyelet on twth dies. It rave* time, as the papers fcc., need aot be reversed or tnroed over to clinch lh? Eylet a se Oond^iime, as is the case with all other Machines. It is useful to ll?? Merchnn' in filing awav papers, a< wNl as to the afnniey or Conveyancer, tne Shoe msker, Tailor, Milliner, and nuuioron* other*, and la a very labor saving Maenine. Wd hy all the principal Stationers and Fancy Qiods Dealer* throughout the United Stitee. Agents for Washington, TAYLOR k MAURY, a?T >1 ?tf Bookstore, near 9th st ?? A CARD. tm Economy ts the r?ad to vr*eUtk."i Great Eeduction in the price of Hits 4; C&pa fl^HE undersigned, havinj arrangements X with a New York Hat Company to be con Kintly snppliej with the very b-st Moleskin or DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, often lliem at the unprecedented low price of $3,50, worth from f-4ir to live dollars; second quality, $3, worth from *3.50 to f4; and a very g~od fashion able Hat at w jrth from ?3 to $3.50. Also, Be^be tt Co*s Hats, at a mu?h lesa advance Jban they have b-en here tofrre sold ia this city. * First rate beaver Hats $3,5?. Ail kinds of sell HATS and CAPS v?rv low. In order to sell at the above low prices' the cash rystem must be adopted ; consequently thof?e who purchase will not be charged from fifteen to twenty five per cent, ae an offset for bad debts. ANTHONY, (for many years in the employ of Todd St Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th St., ap 13?tf 2d door no. th of Penr.. avmme. ~S0MEIHI?TQ NFW U<Tit=l THE SU5T. CHARLES WERNER, avenue, oyparite Bro irws' Hotel. SAS fitted up the commodiou? hall over his Res taurant as a first ciaea LAGEK BEER 8 \ >N, bavins pr inured a supply of every luxury and comforts tound in first ciase establishments ol the kind in the Northern cities. His RHINE WIVES and French Whit- Wines, as well as his Clarets, Segars. Lager Beer, German, ] Italian, and Sweitser CHEESES, and indeed <f ev sry other appropriate luxury in such an v^tr.b'ish ment, is unsurpassed in country. He solicits a call truin hi. ft re no.- and the public. may 18?tf dentistry. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, lata of the firm oI ] , Hunt h. Donaldson, c.mtinues to ^ manufacture and insert thoso beautiful 5 Krcelain teeth, with or without trims, r specimens of which (miJe ai.d de posited by the late firm) was awarded the fln?t ] Jremium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently eld ia this city These teeth are carved and shaded to salt each parucalar case, and their rr^emblarue to the natu ral organs ts so perfect as to deceivt the most prac tised eye. Particular attention also paid in Oiling and pre serving the natural teeth. Charges moderate and an operations warranted. Office southwest corncr Seventh and D s s.?en trance on D. mm 91?6hi FISCHER'S BAND FULLY ORGAN-1 1ZED. HAVING now completed all mv prrangomenls firs first rate BRA^3 and COTILLON B^VD. I am a^ain at the service of t!ie public to attend Excursion Parties, Exhibitors, Par-ides, Tic Nics, Balls, and Serenades. All those in favor of a ciuaen's band are respectfully inviti d to entourage our enterprise, here in Waiiungnn cuy. P FISCHER, Leader. P 6.?Th is Band, under inj air> ction,iF rc^ulariy I anlformed, and lrooi a practice over twenty years I ran give satisfaction *? every one. Readence, Pa. avenue, north side, bet. 9th and '.0th streets first door west of Iron Hall. Orders left with Messrs. Hilbud & LLtz punctually 1 attended p. mav li?Ira* ~~ NOTICE. THE WHITE HOULZ TAVIL Jion. Ac ha? been rented fer the! i, an.i is ie?rty lor the reception nf visitor*. Lar<e aid smaJI parue* can be accommodated vith Me*L-, 6tc. For particular apply to WliLIAM COKE, on F, between 31st and 2&1 otreets. No KAcnrsion parties except those already en |af*i, can famish their own caterer *x?ept payiBg j ?(Ua for the use of the house. By order of the MANAGERS. may 31 ?MWfcPlm LAND WARRANTS WANTED. ffWIE anderigned will pay the hiebetft orice ftir X Land W<irraatJ. Stocks bought and sold on Commii?ion. HAMILTON O. I'AWT, No. 43 4 Pa. avenae, Aor. mny 3B?ln? (IntfrCnMNf^ ICE?ICE?ICE! pHARLKS WKRIEn, on Pa avenue, ^ oppo?te Browns' Hotel, wi'l keep throughout the season an ample supply of pettibone'H b.*st ICE, *Hich he will sell, on call, in any quantities, at the l-we? possible rates. may dtSepSO rplllC l'Nl)ER*IG.1fa;u are now working J tae Stone Quarry tonoerly occupied by Vlajor Win B Scott, and are prepared to fu:iiuh iTO.NE at the udual market rates. HUMPHREYS & WILLIAMS. May 15?lm* PLEASURE TRIPS TO 7UE WHITE HuUSE PAVILION. The buaicers GEO. WASQ. JINliTON or TliOS COLLYEK eaa cbnrtered for public or select parties to v.?it Ute Wbite House Pavilion, Mom.i Vernon, Fort Washington, or ouier places on the river. The White Hou-e Pavilion is now open for viai fc#*. It w a beaiitifal place for pleasure trips; it has a tine Bull and Dirang room , also, a new Teu Tin Alley. For particulars apply to the President of the Cuoipany, or the Captain* ot the Boats. Mr. WILLI AM IX)KE is fumix -hir rt^e<Jimenu aa tb? boats, and Is prepared lo lurutih partn-s on ?ebettrrms. ap26?2m "great bargains IX LADLES', GENTS', MISsiiS', AND CU1L DRENS' BOOTS A*i> milOES.?Tun nkaanber being eompt Bed u> rtmom from j lbs uore he now occupies, (dn-rs bis pres I '?nt veU assorted stick of ROOTS AND at gr?at2y reduced pr. c?. All p^rsoiis in *aut af the arudi- will fi'id it v: uelr iuiv?iua^d to caii befure purcuaajug tbewb^c. A. Si. 8J.OAI4, Eo 304 Pa. av., near lOUi ti., nurih tide, ?uy 1?tf REESE'S EAGLE plumbing AND GAS-FIT riNtt DEPOT. THC snbscriber re-pectfuliy anaotioc^s ?o Ms tnends and the public ui general that he La* re ceived the fi'st lot ot' tfce celebrstcd IX.LuJ.I'ts BOO RLE A? ri'l NG SUCTION AND F<>sLCE UMP, whitli ree> iv??l tli-i SILVFJL MKJijtL at U** Uie Pair of the Metropolitan M.-chamcs' litsti "*?- ind is now prep.irwd to fuxnii^i all who may (b?<n aim with a call. HisK.<Kk of GAS KIXTl lMCB aw unntr ??*-e?i in the District. Witb bis corps of competent w?ia,s he pndes tomseli to flu any orders in the PI.CMB1WO AND J "AS-PITTING line with pr'ijipin>?? ^.nd despatch. ?^AU work done warraired to give complete n*:sfaction. JOHN REESE, may d? u cor. Sixth ?t. and Pa avenue. NEW AND OLD PIANOS. WE have now in Une largest a*-.^tment ol PIANOS ever offeru . tu this city trora Hal let, Davis & Co., Bacon At Raven, and Knabe. ''?ekie it Co.'j celebrated maaafactcries. Thess Paaoe we guarantee, and sell upon vety ?asy ter us Alan, a new Puno used only a lew tnonUu, which *e ofer at the low pn>_e ul" jpitoi ra*a j a socond | kand Piano, ky Andre Stien, for $75. A very fioe second hand Chickerlng Piano fnr ?r rent at a barg un. Old Pianos taken in exchange tor n??w. Always on hand, Stools, Cover*, VKillos, Gciuire, *?atee, Accordeous, Miretc. nc. kc. John k. ellis, 300 Pennsylvania avenae, 10 bet. 9th and KHh strei'ta. ALEXANDRIA H'LKA SCHOTTISH?Hans aV Rranunu. lier's ww piece of the above t;ame, ??u>ted to Mb* E iaa J IK^Nmp, of this city, I** paUtaked and for sale at tue Mudo Depot of hi UiLBCS It HITZ. M TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. WISHES to call the attention to all that =uff< r with infective sight, caused by age, sicknes s and particularly il.i=s>??* injudiciously selected, to his superior STECTACLES and GLASSES carc tally ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, arid bnltinnt transparency, suited rrecisely and ben eficially to the wearer according to the concavity or | cnnv^xity of the ?ye. Very numerous are the ill ef fects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commenecment of using glasse? in not being pre cisely mill*!, by the use of nn Optoimeter; arid the practice of many years enabl-s turn to measure the focal distance of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely required will be furnished with precision ar 1 satisfaction J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourase i*ent already obtained, and further solicits the pi trounfe oftho?? that hava not yet availed themselves it his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses in u?e, and stating how many inches I tfce? can read this print with their spectacles, cau be supplied with such that will imp'ove their sieht. Innumerable testimonials to be ie??n; and ret*;r enoe? given to many who have derived the greatest e^se and comfort fiom his glasses. Circulars to be bad gratis, at his office, No 513 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' llall, up stairs. Norfolk, September 7,1854. Slr--The Spectacles you made for me suit very weil, at)d seem to Irive improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. Litt. VV. Tasrwcll. I have tried a r?.?r of Spectacles obtained from Mr Tobias, and find them of great assistance to mv *tght, and corresponding with his dc32ri?tion ?>( the focu?. I rconunend him a? a skillful optician. Hkkrt A. Wis*. Mr. J. Tobias: Sir?The pair of Spectacles yon famished me ye^'.er^ay are particularly satisfactory to me They are very decideuly the bo-t 1 posaers. and J am the owner of eight or nine pain<, carefu'iiy selected i:i diilYr, nt places and from opticians n .Mtnenld to me on account of their professional standing in Eng land, France, nn?l t*ie United States I have been also p]*a-ed w.ih your remark? an I directions on the treatment of the eyes, tor the purpose oi pre serving and improving tiie sight. Respectfully yours, CHaS. CaLDWRIX, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Kv. I.YKr hbcro, Nov. 10, 1854. Mr. Joim Tohias haring ftirnirhed me with Glas #es. bv which I Stave been greatly aided, (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier lit- it me the highest pleasure to say that 1 consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need his profu siviiul service*. Wm. B. Roche, Elder of Methodist Conference. WtuuMToa, M.C^Jan. 37, lb&4. Mr. I. Tonus: Dear Sir?I am huppy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an int quality in the visual range of my ej us, I l ave heretofore found ereat difficulty in ertun* glasses of the proper focal distances. It affords me pleasure to state, that by the aid of your optometer this difficulty has been happily obviated *o t!iat tlie <;;a.-*-s you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted ?o my ryes of any 1 have ever jet used. Very respectfully yours, K. B. Drake, Rector of St. James' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7, 1855. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to use g!a?es tor seve rai years. 1 have tried dilTerrnt opticians without obt liniuK slassei perfectly fitted to mv eyes. Four in -nths since Mr Tobias made two pairs especially tor me, winch I have round to *erv<; me perfectly. By the u*o of his optomeur he is enabled to adapt Classes minutely to the eve I most cheerfully rec ommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to U3e glasses, and bear ray testimony as to his skill as aB optician. Hkkrt E Baldwin, Asswesnt Sect'y to sign Land Warrant*, may 16?tf INHALATION FOE TIIH CURS OF Asthma and CoosumptiozL IfBW AND VERY WOND EKFUL!!! HYGEANA Brought home to the door of the Million. AWONDERFTX discovery has recently been made by Dr. Curtia of this city, in the treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, and ail disea-- s of the Lun?s. We refer t* DR CURTIS'8 HY<.E AW OR INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP." With this new method, l.4r C. has restored many afflicted ones to health, as an evidence of which he has innumerable certificates Speakinf of the treatment, a physician remarks, "It is evident that i- haling?constantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must come in direct contact with the whole wrial cavitie of the lunrs, and thus escape the many and varied changes produced upon them when intr<* dueed into the stomach, and subject to the process of dieestion ? The Hyg^na is for sale at alt the Druggi-t's throughout the country.?N. Fork Dutch man of Jan. 14. The luha'er is worn on the breast under the linen without the least inconvenience?the heat of the b? dy beiug sufficient to evaporate the fluid. Hun dreds of cast a of euros, like the followiug, might he nam fid. One package of the Ilyg'ana has carsd me of the Asuima of six years' standing. J. F. Kirsbkrky, P. M. of Duncannon, Pa. I am enrod of th e Asthma of ten years' standing by Dr. Curtis'* liygeana. MaIoaRet Easton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Paul, of No. 6 Hammond street, N Y , was cured of a severe case ol Bronchitis by the Hy geaoa. My lister has been cured of a distrcoslng cough of several years' landing, and decided to he incura ble by the phy ticitiu*. she was cured in one month by the Hygeana. J. H. Gacbxbt, P. M Richmond, Me. T Jt Rev. Dr. Cuekvkr, of New York, Uatilies nf cau i&cdiciae in the ftiilowinz language ? Naur Vouk, Nov. 15, lb54. Dear Sir?I think hifhly <?f Dr. Curtis's Hygejna as a reioeity in dueiises of th? throat and Lungs ? Havuig had some op^joiTuiuty to testify Us efficacy, I am convinced that n most excellent uieai elr.e, both Uie Syrup tuui tlu; Lihiiin^ applinalion to the chest. Pioi. 8. Cut Kg writes us as folio : C. ntlomeo?I have rtceatly had occasiun to test your Cherry Syrup and Hygeau Vapor, in a ca^e of chronic iorc throat, th-t n~J refused to yuUJ to oth er forius of Uvatuu:iit, aad the result has me that, whatever rnav he the com tuition of your preparation, it Li no imposition, hut excellent remedy. I wish, for the ?uke of the iiHii^Usd, Lhat it ati^lit it btojght within the reach of all. Dr Jonas, one (tf die most celebrated Physicians in New York ?* rius as loll own: Dr. Curtis? Dear riir?Having wltneawd the ex cell' ai?tfeot* o* your Hyg^ana <>r uihaling Hygean Yaj?o/ ind Cherry Syrup, in ease of Chronic Bron chitis, ami being mucb in tavor of counter irritation i ia alTt?uons of the Uuost, Bronchial tui?et and lungs I oaa therefore chocrtully recommend your Medi calod Anpanitus as being the moet convenient and eilwctaui mode of applying ail) thing of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of per.oos may be teluved, and many cured, by using your Uie?llCiaL*S. 1 uiuat hers Ire allowed to confess that I ain op posed to prescribing or osing secret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, and its Hfccts in the case above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this in any way vou may thiak proper. Reopecuuily, yours, fcc. C. Johrs, M. D., No. 6G9 Houston sUeet, N. Y. Price thru-' dollars a pacKajw Sold by CURTIS A PEttKINS and BOYD k P\UL, No 149 Chambers street, N. Y. Four packages swit tree to any j?art of the United States for un dollars. N* R ?T>r. C'lrti-'s Hyeeana is th# ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base im it a' ions, or vile and injurious countcrteits. Shan them ns you would POISON. For sale in Washington by CHARLES FTOTT, Pa. avi nu?, near 7th street; aad J. B MOOHE, in the First Ward. nay PERRY'S AND GILL?TT?fl STtEL PENS la variety, b -.ught In prr>on from the nianufaetur ers by theU(i.!etti|uj-(i,in thts way ?ccurinj g?oa tJt-eoess, aAvelr an tljfTn>? qu^my Bad dui-h. oi each brand. FRAtfCK TAYuO#* Auction Bales. Bjr J.C. MrQUIRB, Auctlon??r CHANCERY BALE OF VALUABLE AND EL igibly situated improved and unimproved Real j Estate, consisting ot* Dwelling Houses nnd Lots, va cant Lots, and Wharf.?By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for Wash ington county, made in the cause wherein John A. Fraser is complainant, and John Walker, tllen S. Fraser, and others, heirs at law of Simon Fraser, deceas.-d, are defendants, No. 899,in Chancery, the subscriber^ trustees appointed by taid decree, will sell at pnbli" auction all those pieces or parrels of ground lying and being situated in the city of Wash ington. and Known and distinguished as twine Lou N.*. 1.2,3. 4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, 11, J2, 13,14, 15 16, 17,18, 19, 20, 8t, 22, 23, and 24, in the subdivision made by said trustees of Square No. 418, frontine ] respectively and variously from 18 feet 1 inch. to 30 f? et 8 inches on 6th and 9ih streets we?t. and E and F streets south, by various depth* to an allev, with the improvements nnd appurtenances, which c>n si-t of a commodious and well nnd substantially Imilt 3# story Brick Dwellint House on Lot 8, aud n comfortable and well built 2 story Prick Dwelling I H >use on each of Lots No?. 18 and 16. in ?aid sab division ; lot No. 4. in Square No 388, fronting 25 on F street south, between 9th and 10th sts. wesr, bv 125 leet deep, with the improvcnif nts and appur tenances, which consist of a 2^ story Frame Dwel ling House; pait of Lot No. 3, in Square No 730, fronting 40 teet on Pennsylvania avenue, running *ack to "A" street south, with a width on said UA" street of 43 feet 7 inches ; and part of Square No. 172, fronting 44 feet on Water street, at the termi nation of 7th street west, with the valuable Wharf thereto attached and belonging, ritemiing to the channel of the Potomac river, and now occupied by G* orgc Page and used as a steamboat wharf ^ The sale of the several Lots in ti e -ubdtvi?ion of Square No 412, w<th the improvement and appur tenanos, will take place on Tnureriay, the 24th lay of May, 1655, at 5 o'clock p. m., on the prem ties. The stJe of Lot No. 4. in Square No. 338, with the improvements and appurtenances, will take place on said Thursday, die 84th day ot May, 1865, at 6 o'clock p. m., on the premise^ The sale of part nf Lot No 3, in Square No. 730. w;II 'ake place on Friday, the 25ih day of .Vav, at b*A o'clock p. m.. on the premises. And '.he sale of part of Square No 472, with the valuable Whan thereto attached and belonging, will ?ufce place on Tuesday, the 29ih day of May, 1855, it 5% o'clock p. in., on the niemises. The above propeity is all ffluated in desirable lo cation*, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers to capitalists and others a most favorable opportunity or investments or procuring a desirable residence. T!ie terms of sale, as prescribed by sa:d decree, will be one fourth ol the purchase money in cash, ltid the balance in six, twelve, eighteen, an'! twen ! ty four months, to be secured by the purchaser's bonds, bca-ing interest from day of sale, wiiii secu- 1 rity, to be approved by the Trustees. Loon the full payment of the purchase money and interest, and the ratification of the sa!e or sale# by the Court, the Trusters will convey the property to the respective purchasers in fee. If the terms of sale are not complied with in six day i ifter the sale, the property th terras of the sale ol which are not so complied with will be resold at the risk and expense of the purchasers upon one week's notice. All conveyancing at the expense of the purchas ers. CH AS. S. WAL' ACH, [ T?t. ? EDW'D SWANN, f TnMttes. JAS. C. McGUIRE, mav 2?er,i<]s Auctioneer. ft7"Tlu lal* of the several lots In square 412 anil lot 4, in square 388, wi'h improve-1 merits, is fiostponed, in consequence of the rain, until TUESDAY, June f,th, same hours. P? S.?1 he sale ot' ihe valuable wiiarl'property at the foot of Seventh street is postponed until THURS DAY AFTERNOON, June 7th, at 5 o'clock, on the premise*. CHA8. 0. WALLACIM* , EDW'D 3WANN, 'J Trustee?. JAS. C. McGUTRE, june 2?eo&ds Auctioneer. W'Thi as I? of the W*" iirf Property is further postponed, in consequence of the rain, until TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Jnne 12th, at 5* o'clock, on the premises. f'H AS. 8 W \LL \CII, ? t, . ED W A RD SWA NX < Trustee#. d JAS C. McCIJIRF., Anot'r. ly GRKKH <fc SCOTT. Auctlonccrii TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT AT Auction ?Oo FRIDAY, the 29th Jane. 1S55, I shall sell i:i front of the premises, at 6% o'clock p. m , by virtue of a deed of trua trom Henry W. Ham ilton to the subscriber, bearing date the ^ixth day of Fehrun-y. 1655. and filed for record 12:h February, 1M5, all that piece or parcel of ground, in the city ot Washington, in the District of Columbia, known as Lot No. II, in Square No. 499, together with the improvements, which are a good two story Brick Bouse, fee. The above described property fronts on 6th street we?t 47 reel, between I and K streets south, run ning back to a 30 feet ullsy, containing 4,20o .-quarts feet. Terms: One fourth cash; the bulancsYi 6.12and 18 months, th;: purchaser to give notes for the de ferred payments, bearing interest from day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trim taken. CRAVEN ASHFORD, Trustee. GREEN & SCOTT, Auctioneers. Ami at 6 o'elock, tame ?vtulug, wa sliall fell a good Pant Shop, situated cu 6;h street, iniiiKuiaiely opposite Inland Hall. Terms cash. GREEN & SCOTT, je 7?iK) St lis Auctioneer*, fly UllklLDI dt BCOTTi Auctlantsri. rpKUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALUABLE BUILD L iiig Lot, situated on 11th street west, near Ma ryland avenue, at Auction?On WEDNESDAY, 13th June, 1 shall sell, In front of the premises. at 6 o'clock p. m , by virtue of a deed of tr ist bearing date the 25th cay of Aueust, 1353. and duly record ed in cne of the land records lor Washington county in the District of Colombia, part of Lot No live <5,) in Square No. three hundred and fifty three, (353,) having a front of ? feet on 11th street west, betw. ?ouTh t'nnd E streets, and running back 99 feet 11)% rnclio*. with the improvement, which 19 a tenement, and considered one of the most t ligible btiildins lots on the Inland. T? rms; One-third enfh ; the balance in 6 and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes for the delerred payments, hearing interest from i!av of .'ale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyanciug at co*t of purchase. LAMBERT TREE, Trustee. OREEN Jk. SCOTT, may 81?eofcds ? Auctioneer*. By JAB- C. ItctiUlUE, Auctioneer. I TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE and Lot on tbe corner of F street wouth and 3d street west.?By virtue of a deed in trust from J no. F. To!ion find wife, the subscriber will sell,at pub lie ftkie, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of June, 1655. at o'cloek p. ni., on the premises, parts of Lots tfiw. v} am! 25, in Square No LlSJ, fronting 4."> feet ou F street tomb, by v> feet 6 inches on 3d st. wert, with the buil lings and improvements, which consist of a well built two smry frame bouse, with brie it bak.iry attached. The a ove property Is el'gibly situated on the faiand, and oilers a favorable opportunity to persons desiring a residence m to make an investment. The terms of sale will be one-third cash, anil the balauce in 6,18 and 18 months, fur notes bearing in terest from the day of sale, secured by a deed of tru*t on the properly. If the tonus of nah are not complied with in six days aaer the title, the property will he reaold at the risk and expense of the purchaser. Ail conveyaiiuiug at expense of purchaser. CuAS. 8. WALLACH, Trustee. JAS. C. McCJUIRE, Auctioneer. BY J. C. MeOOlRE, Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S BALE OF VALUABLE BUILD ing Lit near Railroad Depot ? By virtue of a deed of trua bearing date on the 4th day of April, 1854, nnd recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. 38, folios 181, Sicthe subscriber will s?!l, at public Kale, on FRIDAY, the 15th day of lune, 1655, at 5Jtf o'clock p. m., on the premises, all that piece or parcel of ground lying and being sitaate in the city of Wa*h ington, and b<-iagpartof square No 630. beginning at a point on New Jersey avenue 270 feet from the northwest corner of said square, ami running thence ear*twari!!y at right angles to New Jersey avenue 124 feel 1 % inches, thence due south 23 feet, more or Ices, to a parallel lin? 22 feet from the first do scribed line of this piece of ground, and running par allel with said line westwardly to New Jersey ave nue 118 feet lUinches, thence northwardly on New Ji-riwy avenne 22 feet to the point of l?e?inning. The above property is eligibly situ.-ued near the Railroad Depot and adjoining Foy's Hotel, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers a iiiom favorable op portunity for investment. Terms of sales Half ea*h, and balance In 6,19, and 16 months, fbr note* bearing lut rest from ths day of sale, secured by a deed In trust upon the property. I If the terms of sale are not complied with in six davs after the sale, th? property will be retold at tj>e risk and expense of the purchaser. CUAB 8. WALLAOII. Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, way 1^?eykdg Auctioneer. STEWART'S SKYLIGHT DAGUERREAN GALLERY.?We are making splendid pictures lor lower prices Uian any other Galeryin the city. They are per fectly life-like. and satisfaction is aliray given. Gallery directly over M. W. Gall's Jewelry Store P?- aveBUe Je 1-lm PJK 11 C O N 8 WITH DKFBCT1VK virion are Invited to examine extensive stock of all kinds of SPECTA-I^S^^ CLES and EYE-GLASSES. Gla*ses95Si ?f a?y kind, such as Cataract, Parabola, Periecopic, Double Concave, Double Convex, and Colored (ilaswg, put in at short notice, with peat car*, and persona in want of glares may |>c curt? to J?et those which benefit the eye. Mg- Circulars "Deiieciivc Vision." gratis at n. SEMKEN'S, ?I0 Pa. avenue, betw. 8th and 10th ata. mar 30 I^ANS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, kc-Wc liars now in Ftorc a large vari ety of fine and common Fans, Harrison's bud Lti bin's celebrated Perfumery, Brushea, Conbs, Tooth Powders, playing and visiting Cards, fine Portmon naiea, Cigar Cases. Card Cases, Backets, Canes, He., Sic., all of which we are selling out at low prices to suit the times? at the Piano". Music, Sta tionery, Per turnery, and Fancy Goods Store of JQHN F. ELLIS, 308 Pa. avenue, bet. 9ih and 10 th sts. _may??tf NO TICK.?I received this day a new assort ment of SHELVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods : as Vest Chains, Chatelains, Brace lets, Pins Barrings, Rings, ctc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. HEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th sf. (fc?- New Point* put to Gold Pens at short notice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf 3STo. 287. WASHINGTON STOVE MINOPACTflRT, 8. R. corner nf Pa. or. and Eleventh street, Hole Agencv for CH1LSON, GOULD St CO.'S Warming and Ventilating Apparalns, M. POND ?1 CO.'S (of Boston) Union Double-Oven rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. C.msruitly on hand, and receiving LATROBE 8TOVKS, for heating two stories; P-rlor and Cham her GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S I OVES: Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Block Tin, Planished and Ja,>aniied WARE in great varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible tatej. that will compare favorably with any Estafe lielnnent s?uth of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited ap 13?3m J \S SKIRVINO DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully rails public attention to his new. patent, and GREATLY, IMPROVED methi>d of setting Artificial] Teetli, with Continuous Gum?the verv PERFECT ION OF THE ART. Thisetyle ofTeeth has the following advantages over all other*, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and BEAUTY, vieing will) Nature in these respects, and in some other* excelling. Public in spection Is respectfully solicited. PUase call and see specimens. CAUTION?No other Df?itist in the District of Co!um!iia has a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office and house at No. '499 E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and iltb street. ap 54?tf FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 f*-et " more, lb various parts cl the City, aul GeMgatown, a! lew prioee, ar.J tarxts to suit. LLOYD A OC. S I' I f< D I .111 S T O 31 K , For tale, deliverable at the Canal, tr Wh* aV M i t WasLin^tcn, Qecrgctcwn, or Alexandria. LLOYD * CO. llth street, opp. Trimmer Deoartvnent ?? W?It NEW POLKA! THE CHEVY OHASli POLKA, composed for and dedicated 'H Miss Sally D. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders. Esq.. of this city, whnw compositions have always met with such great public favor. 'The merits ol the piece are such as will introduce h among all lovers of music. Price 25 cents. Just published and fur sale by niLBUs &. iii rz. The Pre'idfmt's Mounted Guard Quickstep, com posed by the accomplished Pianist, Mr. Rot*rt Hel ler, will appear in a tew dav* mav 12 DR. THEOD. IIANSMAN KeepH ois office hours from eight to ten o'clock a.m. No 505 Seventh. H.,<ywp. Otld Fellow* Hulk may 23? lm? Silver ware, plated ware AMD FINK FASCV GOODS.-Silver Orffee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, Goblets, Cups, Spoons and Forks. Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, t-uiiable for presents. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Porks, on best Aihata. The articles are warranted as r*p?mna?d, and will be sold at a small advance. H. SKMEEN, 330 Pa. avenue, Lot fltii and Hhr. streets, mar29 -tf ! FOR THE ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS. T1HE Subscriber's Coaches w II call for Passengers wishing to connect with the above _ Rulrijails. My Coaciies connect with^^HyfiflEfi the SteamersThos Coi.lyer or Georuk VVashino tos, which leave Washington ?t 6 a hi. Mcaln furnislitt.' on the boats. Persons wishing the Coaches u> call for lliem can leave their name and residenos with Mr. John T. Tillman, near ths Capitol Kate; Mr. Butt's drug store, corner Pennsylvania avenue and 13th street; or at Geo. k. Thos. Parker & Co's store. Coaches can be had for Pleasure Tri[??. may 28- 2m _ WILLIAM WHALEY. SUPKHIOttTABLIC ADD POCKKT Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, &c ?A large ns>-ort insnt, lower than at any other plac?in the city. For C articles and low prices always call at tlu; lekeeperS Furnieliing Store, 400 Sevantb st. G. PRAVC1S. *I0R? BARGAINS. JOHN H. SSiOOT, Bridge ttreel, ioutk tide. near High, Georgetown, 1 | AS just received a further supply of seafonpj^e l|_ Goods, amongst which will be tbund a pieces good 8t>le& *H^t colorod Lnwno at 12U 10 do plain black and white and Uack do. 30 do rich plaid Ginghams and Ginghaiu Lawua :<0 do detfed and rich enib'd Muslins 50 do nlain Swiss and Nainsook ^o 40 do Jaconet and (Jambrio do ^0 do plaid and sniped do 25 Gri.JP Cloth Skirts :??corded and dau.ask do V hite and colored Watered Moreens 50 pieces light pretty styles Calicos 10 do Barege du Lainee at 19Uc 2 do Buff shade Linen With an assortment of seasonable styles of Olorej, Hosiery, and many other very desirable Good.;, to which the attention of cash or prompt customers is invited, as we are con^antly receiving new goods and are selling them at prices to suit the times, nmy 29?tf J. H. SMQOT. NOTICE. I^HE Undesigned can accommodate parties with . COACHES for pleasure trips. ~ ~ ? Also, to make trips to boats arriving, after night from the White House.* For terms apply to Mr. JOHN HOLBROOK, at the Stage Stand at the Capitol, or orders left at G. h. T. Parker k Co.'? Store. WM. WHALEY. may 16?Iru* fine wATcniis. HAVING made a considerable addition to asy stock of sols ncai ixa patikt r.Evxas,. and laduq' witcru Of Unit quality, baavy 18 carat| Alro, SILVER WATCHES for boys. 1 offer them at greatly reduced prices. Tbs movements are selected with great oaie, and every Watch ia warranted. Persons in want <*f a fine timekeeper are InvtWd to examine my assortment. II. BKMkJJN, No. SI0 Pa. avenue, betw. Vibaud 10th >u. nu90 EVENING STAR. MRf. PHIPS'8 DOUGHFACE BY AUGUSTA MOORS. Mr. Phips was a good man and a lov ing husband, as everybody, even to the servants and sewing-girls who were em ployed about his house, willingly and admiringly testified. ' My dear," said he to Mrs. fine, clear, winter morning, (he always called his wile "my dear," which proves my opening assertion.) "my dear, I am sorry to be absent all night from your sweet company, and from my dear home; but I believe I shall be obliged to go away, on business, this P. M., and am afraid I shall not be able to return till to-morrow afternoon." | "Where are you going, my dear ?" asked Mrs. P., with a sweet smile. "To Providenco, to see about that Lane aflair, of which I told you." "Oh,' said Mrs. Phips, with an air of satisfaction. She evidently had no ob jections to the projected jaunt. Mr. Phips accordingly departed. The weather had been remarkably cold for several days, and pretty little Mrs. Phips was very much troubled by a chapped face. It had been quite sore, and fretted her not a little. She was afraid it diminished her beauty, and ren dered her an object less pleasing to her husband's eyes. As she sat sewing that afternoon, she thought ever what she had better do to cure the unpleasant roughness. "I know what I can do," said she aloud; "I 11 put a dough covering on my face to-night, aad by to-morrow it will be as eoft and smooth as ever." So that evening she made Dolly, the chambermaid, bring up a pint of dough, and, after making all due preparations for bed, she rolled and patted out a sort of mask; and taking care to make a place to breathe through, also a hole for each ej e, she stuck it on to her face, and tying it fast with a napkin, laid herself peace fully dowa to rest. Now it so happened that Mr. Phips met a man upon the road to Providence, who had urgent business with him, and it becamt necessary that he should re turn to Boston. He did so, and gave his entire atten tion to his companion until near eleven o'clock that night, when he turned his stops towards his home. He smiled gently to himself, as he trod the crisp ground of the common over which his path led him; and one could easily guess he was thinking of the pleas ant surprise his wife would feel upon seeing him home so soon. lie entered the house with a night-key, and as it was bright moonlight, he thought it useless to light up the gas to undress by, Eu moved about without it. The rays of the moon fell across the bed, and illumined?what! surely that ghast ly visage was not the laca of his dear ictfe ? As the eyes of the horror-stricken men rested upon the horribly strange thing, lying on the white pillow, where the (to his eyes) beautiful face of his darling Nancy belonged, he uttered an unearthly sound somewhere between a groan and an oath and a death rattle, and staggered back against a chair on which Mrs. Phipps had placed a pitcher of water and a glass. Ihe chair and its contents, with Mr. Phips oa top of the broken glass and china. came to the door. Up jumped the fearful vision, and, in a sepulchral voice demanded, 44 what is it ?" then cried 44 thieves ! rob bers!" and 44 fire !" almost in a breath. The unfortunate husband, half-dis tracted by thele-vildering terror, started for the door. But the bravo goblin had no idea of letting a robber escape so. She rushed after him, and down stairs the two raced?he, with his hair rising and stiffening in all directions over his iiead, and the blood dripping from half a dozen gashes in his body ; she scream ing with might and maia for 44 help !" her muflled tones sounding worse and worse at every word. On and on went the twain, till the large dining-hall was reached. There the terrilied servants meditated whether they had better run to or from the scenes of "action. The gas was blizing there, for Biddy, Dolly and Jim had no notion of being murdered in the dark. Oh ! ve mirthful and grotesque deities of old, how would you have delighted in that scene! At the sight of the bloody garments of their master, and the shocking goblin which followed hard after him, Biddy and Jim uttered a pair of yells that were original beyond all iiuitatiou, and dropped as if shot by hot thunderbolts, in two heaps upon the floor. Dolly, who had carried up that unlucky bit of dough, understood the matter better, and, wit1: a sweep of her powerful arm, she arrest ed her master's flight, and brushed the mask which her mistress wore. Wore ashamed of the figure they had cut before their servants than they would care to own, the two subsided individuals suddenly withdrew into the privacy of their chamber, leaving Dolly, whose agony of mirth broke forth the very mo ment the last flutter of night-linen had disappeared through the door, to 44 shake out" her fellow-servants, and satisfy them the best way she could, that the 44 shapes of terror'' which had blasted their vision, were nothing but mortal shapes of flesh and blood, rather sparely covered with dry goods. Hoping that Mr. and Mrs. Phips enjoyed a good night's rest, and that their little adventure in no wise dis turbed their conjugal felicity, I wish my readers a respectful good afternoon, and relapse into silence. &_/** The phrase 44 fighting on hit own hook," is now more elegantly rendered 44waging war upon the prudent Individ? uality of his personal curve." [C^Shuu the tale-bearer. Whoever entertains you with the faults of otbers, will entertain others with yours* THE WEEKLY STAR. Tkk eieelleal Plmfty ni Wrwt tni a fnwMt win? of tafcii iWti be found in any oCkv ?*? p?MM?a Sio^, flw _ Trw *>.. Twwitjr do... Ol?* Cill, lxvaju*bj.t 00h Btngir COfit* (la m ttoe counter, paper. Prtoo? rorm*rrm? who act m *(<?? wflt be a cnausiivlnii of tweity prr {fit [Frrww Punch.] PBOVKRIIAX PHILOSOPHY bt iOLOBOJt IS OEPIJABY TO tb* ?BITItB ?lW*. 1. An umbrella upon thine arm may make it ache, but should rain come, the umbrella will preserve thy clothes.? Choose betwixt a trilling pain and * tailor's bill. 2. Other persons were born about the same time as thyself, and hare been grow ing up ever since, as well as thou. There fore be not proud. 3. Preserve few secrets from thy wife; for if she discover them, she will grieve, not that thou has kept from her thy se crets. but thy confidence. 4. Yet confidence may be misplaoed, as when thou goestout in thin patent leath ern boots, simply because the pavement before thine own door is dry. 5. The girl who is destined to be thy wife, although now unknown to thee, is sure to be living somewhere or other. Hope, therefore, that she is quite well, and otherwise think politely about her. 0. Educate thy children, lest one of these line days they educate thee in a school with no vacations. 7. O, how good was nature, that placed great rivers near great towns! /-* ? ? ? 8. A traveler, journeying wisely, may learn much. Yet much may also be learned by him who stays at home. A a ? T_ 9. An insane person may lie to thee, and yet be iunocent, and thou mavest lie to hitn and be praiseworthy. Now all persons may be somewhat insane, but do thou beware of lying as a general rule. 10. Ilcat expands things, and, there fore, in hot weather the days are length ened. Moral heats sometimes expand thy mind, but they tend not to the length ening of thy days. j 11. Say not that thou knowest a book until thou hast read it all. Yet some books thou mayest throw aside partially read. Herein thou judgest a criminal un heard. What then ? 12. I do not say to thee, ,4 Marry, for it will exalt thee," yet was there subtle meaning in those whose usage it was to say,44 Marry, come up." 13. Cold things are used to cure fever, yet the over-coolness of a friend's act will throw thco into heat. 14. We know nothing, and jet it is knowing something to know that thou knowest nothing. 15. By a conceit, a certain red fly hath been called a lady-bird, and bidJen to tiy away home. The counsel is good, even to her who is neither bird nor tiy. There is no place like home. 16. He who always holds his tonguo, will one day have nothing else to hold, yet it is not good to be over-garrulous. 1 17. The weather-cock, working easily, can tell thee the way of the wind ; but if the weatner-cock sticks, the course of the wind will not be influenced thereby. Remember this. IS. If thy heart is in the Highlands, | it is not here. 19. Virtuous love is wholesome. There fore be virtuous, to make thyself worthy of self-love. Not, of course, that thou art thereby prevented from loving some body else. 20. Talk to thyself, and insist on % reply, yet not before the world, lest it think that nobody else will talk to thee. 21. A cat, even if 6he be friendly, never approaches thee by a direct course. No more does a truth, O friend; but winding round thy stupidities, and rub bing up against thy prejudices, it reaches thee gently?and then perhaps scratches. 22 A stitch in time saves nine. If, | therefore, thou feeiest one in thy side, be thankful, O, friend. 23. Love the moon, for she shines hi the night, to give us light in the dark ; whereas, the sun only shines in the day time, when there is plenty of light, and his assistance is not wanted. Such is the difference between real and false charity. 24. Solomon know several things, al lowing for his age, but I could teach him a few others. Tnc Rights of Schoolmasters axd Pi rents.?A case of considerable inter est was tried before Justice Ladd, of Cambridge, on Saturday. A citizen of Newton was complained of for an assault upon the master of a school at that place. It appeared that the master was in the habit, as is uow the general custom, of keeping thechildcf the defendant, with otherscholars, after school hours, to learn her lessons which had been imperfectly recited during school hours. The parent believing that the detention was illegal, went to the school-house and demanded his child. This was after regular school hours. The master said the ehild should go as soon as she had recited her lesson. The parent attempted to enter the school room to take his child, but his entrance was resisted by the master, the as sault upon the master was the result. The Court ruled that the keeping ol a child until the lessons of the day nad been perfected was legal; that the parent in at tempting to enter the school room, in op position to the will of the master, was in the wrong: tnat a child placed at school by the parent is under the control of the master, until regularly dismissed; and that a parent cannot withdraw the child from school during the day against the master's will, except through the inter vention of anoflioer and the school com mittee. The defendant was fined $30 and costs.?Baitwi Traveller. Cheap Dinner in Paris.? A dinner for four cent3 is decidedly not dear. This luxury is enjoyed by the frequenters of Halle mark .t in Paris. The bill of fare is thus composed: 1 cent, soup, (vege tables,) 1 do-, bread, 1 do., plate of red beans, 1 do , cup of sweet coffee. The meal is served in a very simple style. The table con^isU of an enormous block of wood, with boles hollowed out to serve as plates and di&hes, with metal covers chained to the table. The meal over, a stream of water sluioes down the table, and when that is dry the cloth is laid fb* | the nuU part.

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