Newspaper of Evening Star, June 8, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 8, 1855 Page 1
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jWWn?iF?IIM ???I ? I ?? ? -r ? THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EViniY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 9CTNDAY,) At th< Star BmMingy tonwr P?ntuyl%tvhs mvenu* a>id E''v*nt& street, . Ky W. it. WALLACH, Will b?? ??'rv^ to ?ithscrib?r? in the citfe# of Wwh Uuiot, Gooivetowii. A!' t.inUim, Baltimorr r.nJ Philadelphia. nt SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, P"iyat?lr wi?ekly to tiw AjcnU. To mail subscriber! Ibe mbscriptioii price i* THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a yr.ir in France, TWO DOL L*R3 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f* THREE MONTHS. copiaj ohs flWT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1855. NO. 758. r|1KERLE PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA 1 CHINE. Firs' patent?combined on or.e stork Second patent?self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both side* All parlie* in want of a food Eyelet vfacbine, are Mronglv recommended to u?* none but LIPM AN'S PA TENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the best ever brought before the public, powesring numerous advantages, rix: It is strong, durable and not liable to (jet out of or der. It punches the hole well, and to nt the Eyelet, and in one operation clinches the Eyelet on both m lei. It saves time, as the paper* fcc.. need not be reversed or turned over to clinch the Evlet a se cond^time. as is the case with all other M's^binee. It fs useful to the Merchant in filing away papers, a? well as to the at'orney or Conveyancer, the Sh?>e maker, Tailor. Milliner, a*id numerons others, and is a very labor saving Machine. Sold by ail the principal Stationers and Fancy Goods Dealers throughout the United States. Agents for Washington. TAYLOR A MAURY, tnav *31 ?tf Bookstore, near 2th st m A CARD. Economy i* the rtad to Great Reduction in the price of Hate St Cap* TH E undersigned, having made arrangements with a New York Hat Company to be con sttntly suppliej with the very best Moleskin 01 DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, pffc-rs Uiem at the unprecedented low price of $3,50, worth from frur to five dollars; second quality, $3. worth fr'jm $3,30 to $4 ; and a very good fashion able Hat at ?2,50. worth from $3 to $1*50 ? A!so, Bee be t Co's Hats, at a mueti less advance than they have b???n here tofore sold in this city. First rate beaver Hats $3,5'. All kinds of s?fl H ATS and CAPS very low. In order to sell at the above low prices the cash system must be adopted ; consequently those who purchase will not be chared from fifteen to twenty ftve per cent, as an offset for bad debts. ANTHONY, (for many years in the employ of Todd 3i Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th St., ap 13? tf 2d dour north of Penn. avenue. SOMETHING KFW U^DEE THE 8UIf7 CHARLES WERNER, Petvtiylrania avenue, oppoaite Krotraa1 Hotel. HAS fitted up the commodious hall over his Res taurant as a first class LAGER BEERS \ LOON, havine procureil a supply of every luxury and comforts found in first cla^s establishments of the kind in the Nonnern cities. His RHINE WINES and French White Wines, as well as bis Clarets, Segars, Lager Beer, German, Italian, and Sweitzer CHEESES, and indeed -f ev ery other appropriate luxury in such an establish ment, is unsurpassed in this country. He solicits a call from his friends and the public. ?ay 12?tf DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentistj late of the firm ol . Hunt & Donaldson, continues to manufacture and insert those beautiful.' porcelain teeth, with or withont rums, for specimens of which (.made and de posited by the late firm) was awarded the fiirt premium at the Mechanics' Institute Par, lecen'Jy held in this city These teeth an: carved and shade*! to suit each particular cs*e, and their resemblance to the natu ral organs is so perfect as to deceive the most pne - Used eye. Particular attention also paid to filling ami pre serving the natural teeth. Charge? moderate and all operations warranted. Office southwest corner Seventh and D sis.? en trance on D. mar 21 ?6m LAW PARTNERSHIP. Robert j. walker and louis jamn have formed a co partnership under the nrtn of "Walker ft Janin," for the management and nr Cent of eases in the Supreme Court of the Un.teo es, and before the Court of Clangs at Washing ton City. Addnw Washington. D. O. may 10?eo-'lm ALL. STIU rCl-.KS visiting the City should see Hunter's Catalogue of the Curiosities of the Patent irffice. Also, his Devrrip'ion of Powell's Great Picture. HUNTER is to bo seen at 43G Ninth street, may 31?3m* ICE-ICE?ICE! CHAKLK9 WKItUh, on Pa. avenue, opposite Browns' Hotel, will keep throughout the season an ample supplv of Petti bone's b> st ICE, which he witt sell, on call, in any quantities, at the lewest possible rates. may 29?dtSep30 rrtlic (7MBKR. now working I the Stone Uuarry formerly occupied by Major Win B. Scott, aod are prep^red to fu.nL-b STONE at the u-mal market rates. HUMPHREYS h WILLIAMS. Gejrcn^yn. May lm* PLEASURE TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. The fcteamera <JE0. WASH fiDJOTON or THOb COLLl'KK can be chartered for pubi.e or ?i? ct parties to visit the White House Pavilion, Mount Vernon, Fort Washington, or other Jacis on the river. The White House Pavilion is now open for vu-i tors. It is a beantilul place for pleasure trips; it ha-4 a tine Ball and Dining room , aJso, a new Ten Pin Alley 0^ For particular-- apply to the President of the Company, or the Captains of the Boats. Mr WILLIAM COKE Is furtii-hin-: refreshments on the boats, and is prepared to furnish parties oi. the best terms. an 26?2m i GREAT BARGAINS N LADIES', GENTs', MISSES', AND CHIL DREN J* BOOTS AND SHOES.?Ti e v, aubwriber being compelled to remove from] the store he now occupies, offers Ins pre* I ent well-assorted MM ? BOOTS AND SHOES at greatly reduced prices. All person-* want of the arucle will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing elsewhere. A. II. SLOAN. No. 304 Pa. av., neai 10th st.. nortli side, may 1?tf REESE'S~EAGLE PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING DEPOT. THE subscriber re>p*ctfully announces to L?s tnends and the puMic in general that be has rt eeivtsd the fi?st lot of tbe cekbraWd LKIIKIB'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, which received the SILVER H.KDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Ii.etl late, and is now prepared to furnish all who !is2f fav-r him with a call. His -lock ofUAS nXTUBBI are unsur pnswd in the District. With bis corps of competent workmen he prides uunself to fill any orders in the PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING line with promptness and despatch a*-All work done warranted to give complete satisfaction. JOHN REBSL, lay 3?tf cor. Sixth st. and Pa avenue. NEW AND OLD PIANOS. WE have now in store liic largest assortment of PIA.V >S ever offeree in this city, from Hal let, Davis h. i:o.f Bacon it Raven, and Kuabe Gaehle a. Co.** celebrated manutactorieu. 'ItttM Pianos we guarantee, and sell upon veiy easy terms Also, a n?-w Pi ino Used only a tew months, which we offer at the low price of $2U0 <cask ; a second band Piano, by Anun Slim, for $75. A very fine second band Chicktring Pianj for ?a-' or rent at a batgain. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new. Always on hand, Stcols, Covers, Violins, Gui-ars Fuiea Atcurdeons, Mu:ic. kc. lie. JOHN F. ELLIS, 300 Pennsylvania avenue, may 10 bet. 'Jih and liAli A CARD.?LOOK HERE ! ALL ye lovers ol liie good things oi this life, and we will tcli you where you may obtain at least souie of Uieui. Tbaukiul lor past favors, I would respectfully ?-t a eaatiauaaee ol the same dur ug this Spring and Hummer. I urn prepared to furnish all who will give me a rail with the sweel and cool i?5 Beverages in my hue at short notice. Such lee Crearuw, Water Icck, ofall flavors, Scharlot: Reuse, Blancmange, ?ic i.'akes of all kinds. Al-? l.treigu and domesti: Fruiu and Conlecuonery, gen eraily kept in well regulated ? staUuihiaeuis oi the kind. Particular attention will be pud to luniishir. Wedding or llnde'a t'akes. ALs??, Parties, Ball*, Excursion*, Pic Nic?, kc., kc., aud upon ivanuii able t?r:ii'. Call at tiie old stand, Massaehutetts avenue, b? tween 9th and KHh streets, Northern Liberties N. B.?Ben quality ICR CREAM aeld at $1 GO P^r galt'?. Biuy 7?eodiM JOHN W. R1GHTSTINE KISS*^ME IF you UA<fc ??A new Waltz, very tunable lor beginners, composed and dedicated to Mi.-* ???. of Georgetown, fcy Prof. \V. Hunter. PafcbTbed and tor sale at HEL BUS h I 9>y tonic/r*. iv. and Hth m TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. TOBIAS B ^CTlCAt OPTJCIA B \Jk[ 1SPES u> call tlx attention to ^li tint suffer Vv with defective sight, caused by age, (ickne? and purti ?I'arly f.nm gl i-ses inju<1i<?iou.?ty sel?rtfd, to hi* su. enorWPF.' TACLES ar.d GLASSESrare fully ground by himself to a tr?( -pherical accuracy, and IrtOiani transparency. sui ed precisely and ben efici'lly to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are th?* ill ef fects caused to the precious otgAii of siflit from the commencement of n.-i^g glnsses in not being pre cisely suit.d, hy the use of an Ojiiometcr; nnd the practice of many years, cntbl- s him to measure the focal dinUr.ce of the eye*?. aiid su h elasse* that are absolutely required will be furnished witli precision and satisfaction J. T acknowledges the very liberaJBfencourage ment already obtained, nd further solicits the pa trooage of those that have net yet availed themselves of hip aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glasses in use, and statins how many inches thev can read this print with their spectacles, cup be supplied with such that wfll improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be sen; and refer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from hi* glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No 515i Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Norfolk, September 7,1854. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than nay other 1 have lately tried LRT. W. Tazewell. I have tried a pair of Hpeciacles obtained from Mr Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresjionding with his .te*cription of the focus. I recommend him as a skillful optician Henry A. Wis*. Mr. J. Tobias: Sir?The pair of Spectacles you furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me They are very decidedly the best I possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in different p'acesand from opticians recommended to me on account of their professional standing in Eng land, France, and the United States I have been also plea-ed with your remarks and directions on the treatment of the eyes, for the purpose of pre serving and improvini the sight. Respectfully yours, Oh ah CAiDwrix, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Lynchburo, Nov. 10, 185-1 Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with (Has ses, by which I have been greatly aided, (my virion having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life) it affords me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful practical optician, and well prepared to aid those who ?.ay need his profes sianal cervices. Wm. R. Rocziw. Elder of Methodist Conference. Wilmington, ?.C,Jan.27, 1B54. Mr. J. Tobias : De.-ir Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. Fiom an inequality in th* visual ranee of my eyes, 1 have heretofore found ?reat difficulty in setting glasses of the proper local distances. It afT r!- r.?e pleasure to state, iha' by tin aid of your optometer thi? difficulty has been happily obviated so that the Glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyes of any i have ever yet used. Very respectfully your;, R. B. Drank, RccU-r of St- James" Pa->*li. Department of Interior Tfay7, IH55. From natural defects a.id the unequal range of my e*ej, I bave been compelled to U"e glares for seve r.i years. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glassei perfectly fitted to my eyes Four month - -ince Mr. Tobias made two pairs eupfcially lor me, wnich I have found to serve me perfectly By the use of his optometer be is enabled to a<!ap' Glasses minutely w are try*: 1 il<o?t ^hcuH'ully rcn oinmend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glaws, and b-ar my testimony as to his skill as an optician. Henry E Bam-win, Assistant Sect'y to sign Laud Warrants, may 16?tf FOR TUB CURE OF Asthma and Consumption. NEW AND VERY WOND r.KEUL HYGEANA Bronght h"me to the door of the Million A WONDERFUL discovery ha* recently been made by Dr. Curtis of this city, in 'he treat neat ol*Consumption, Astnma. and all disea-es of the Lungs. We refer t? DR CURTIS'S UYG? ANA OR INHALING I1YGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP " With this n-w method, Dr C. ha? restored many afflicted ones to health, a^ an evidence of which In: has -unumeruble certificates Speakinc of the treatment, a physician remarks, "It is evident that i haling?constantly bieaihing an agreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must co ne in direct contact with the whole e-ial cavitie ol ihe lungs, a*id thus escape the many am varied rhsuiges produced upon them when intro duced irt' the stomach, and subject to the process of digestion " The llyg. nn is for ?ale at all tlo Dvuggi-t's throughout the c>ui:lry.- N. York Dutct* man of Jan. i4. The Inh&'er i? worn on the breast under the line: without the least inconvenience?the heat of the body being sufficient to tvaporate the fluid Hun dr* ds of cai< s of cures, !:k.e ti:c following, might be narced One package of the ilyg a* a hau cured me of tlie A-'.hma of six years' standing. J F Kkesbsmy, P. M. of Dm. nunon, Pa I :im cured of th e Asrluna of ten j ears' standing by Dr. Cuiu^'b liygc&iia. Maroarrt Eastom, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Pau!; of No. 5 Hammond street, N Y, was cureil of a severe case of Bronchitis by the Hy gear.a. My lister has been cured of a distressing cough of several years' standiag, and deci-l-d to be incura ble b> the physicians. Hie v/as cured in one month by the Hygeana. J. H. Gacbkri, P. M Richmond, Mo. The Rev. Dr. Cueevir, of New York, testifies of our tiedicine in tlie following language : N*\v You. Nov. IT 1B54. L :&r Sir?I think highly of Dr. CurtL s Hygeana as a remedy in di-eases of the throat and Lungi ? Having had some opportunity to testily its efficacy, I am convinced that it is a most excellent medi eine, both the Hyrup and the inhaling applicnti.ui to the chest. Prof. c. C*m er writes us aj follows: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup a>.d Hygenn Vapor, in a case of chronic sore throat, thr.t had refused to yield to oth er forms of treatment, and the rc.-ult has Eatiificd ine tiiat, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is no imposition, but an excellent remedy. I wish, for the sake of the afflicted, that it might be brought within the reach of all. Dr JotiNa. one of tli>: most celebrated Physicians in New York writes as follows: Dr. Ctrtib?Dear Sir? Having witnessed tlie ex cellent rtfects of your Hygeana -r uihaiuig liygean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bion clulis, ar.d being much in favor of couuter irritation in afiocuons of tLe throat, Bronchial tubes and lungs I can therefore cheerfully recommeud your Medi ct-ted Apparatus as being the mo^t convenient and effectual mode of applying anything of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of pcr<ons may be relieved, and many cured, by using your medicines. 1 must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to presc-ril.iug or using secret compounds, but tins little neatly contrived article, and its effects in lin- C4M above alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this in any way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours, fcc. C. Johns, M D., No. G09 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package Sold by CCRTIS & PERKINS and BOYD fc PAUL. No 149 Chaw hen ?ueet, N. Y. Four packages sent irec to any part of the United Slaf* for ten dollars. N. B ?Dr. Curtis?? Hygeana is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are ba^e imitations, or vile and injurious counterfeits. Shun them as you would POISON. For sale in Washington by CHARLES STOTT, Pa. avenue, near 7th street i and J. B MOORE, in the Fust Ward. may 22-6m PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'S 8TbJ5L PENS in variety, bought in person from the manufactur er* l.y the undersigned, in this wiy securing genu it.^ness, at wnll as the best quality and finish, of . arh brund, fWCK TAYLOR. u myx Auction t ale# Hjr OR KEN ft *COTT. Huftlnn,.,. ? JANDSOME COTTAGE HUILbSL LOtoS we shall *11, on th<> prem.ses, at 0 oVlock p m fr-3.7^ handsome building Inn, !iavtnc Hn entire' I !l 'V,!!8!*achusclts avenue ol 72 feet 11 inche.i and a.imnt en 3.1 meet east of 155 feel, formin ? the corner of .Va?snchusetls avenue and 3<i xtree; ca;t on an eievated and healthy posi.'ion on Capitol HiH 2"j??*M,n*' ?S5 Also, two lots on P. street north, in sime sqnrw it being square No. 75S. The lots win be Jjd sizes to suit purchasers Title perfect. lernis: One-fourth ca^h; balance in G 12 ami 1ft momt,,, fo, kW| maax <*?&*? JJ A deed given and a deed of trust uken may 96?d GKEEN * S. OTT, ' __ _ Auctioneer t1 FrtiTav? h u.Z? *mle '? ,,n?'P??ediui FRIDAY, the8th instant, came hoar fA?A'?A,'S52r5;.?3S^i *~i ^ y?\on f>pi,nl f,ul at A?-'<'? ?On hi J n ? l.fcay 0 Junc' we 8ha" 8e!1' a' c o'tJoek p. nj., on t?e premises, the lurg? and well-built three-story brick House, lately occupiedby the !^rr , Udr Lranch' "Mated on Delaware avenue next to ?h? corner ol north B street, near the mnh' n.entlv V'P l,OU"* ,'onta,ps thirteen eooie meiitly arranged rooms, and wide pa-ssag ? hr. iiLh the h?u?e, and bU'lt with thick walls, and a cMlat under the whole building, and the lot hem* haiV of Lot No. 6, hi square No. 68K, having a frort of t.inty feet fix inches, running 195 leet seven inches ertv f^H i a,,ey The above-described prop in/ ? ,Tta,n,y "ne ot the. iiandsoniest locating and mo* beautiful bite* i;, Washington, preser.tour ?;"^ r.,nmand,Be vlew' Thl"re also a pump ot excellent water near the d tor Termn: One fourth cash; haiance in one, two three, and four years, the purchaser to give h??ps for Hie deferred payments, faring interest from day mSrassasirdMJ ofmm All couveyance at the cost of the purchaser may V?d GREEN k SAC<^T' Auctioneers. ''toe abovi (ale Is poil nonttl In consequence of the rain, until FRIDAY the Hrti instant, at 5 o'clock p. m ' . a GREEN h SCOTT, J Auctioneer. By JA9. Cr icOllRE, Ancdon.fr. YERV DESIRARLE BUILDING LOT at Auc tion.?On TUESDAY afternoon, June 12th, at 0 o clock, on the premises, the subscriber will sell, by virtue of a deed of trust from L'asil Lancaster dated Scomber 22* ld48, and duiy recorded in Li rrnnrA? ff?''?r? ? ' ',<M m *?'? ??? Of til* land n?r?I? J Washingt' n county, all that piece or parce. of ground and premies Oesignated upon the cround plan of said city as Lo? No ae. i-i Square ? having a front o; 49 itel nine inches on I3ih st west, between north L and M stre. ts, running back ?efl l? a 30 fo-t alley, with a 15 feet alley run ninz the lull depth of the lot on t!ie side. This lot is situated in a rapidly i.noroving part of the First Ward and is very desirably located i lermc $450 iu cai.M, tne rtsijue in 6 and 12 months wi'h interest, ?ecured by a oi* trutt on the premise.-:. All conveyancing at co^t of purcha-'er. J A3, li COLLI N*<, Trusfc. _ ? ? JAS. C. McGUFRE, may 11 ?.aw\ds Auctioneer. - McGVIUIZ^AuMoneeT 1 BUS TEE'S HAl,E OP V ALUABl.E BUILD a. inc L t n?jnr I) pot L5y virtti** ot a dee^ ol tru.-t bearing date ( n the 4th day of April lbo4. and recorded in Lil.-r J A. S., No. 3e, fo!,od Pi!ifi a V^.'h fcU^rrV' f U l" ,!cU> at public sale, on r KliJ.i V , ihe v?th day of iiine. Ibu5, ?i 5^ o'clock p in., on the pr-.mis, , a!l :!-it pj,.Ce or parcel of pound i,::;j; ;u;d beinj! - ifuaie in ti:e citv ?.f Wash ington, and b ui?p*>r' f rrn <? No G?), beeinnin* eastwa.dly at riKlit angl. i;, vr,v lere-y avenue 1 1^4 feet 1 \ inches, thence uue south 23 Ictt, mora or less, to a parallel Uju 22 feet from the first dc pcribed line of this pitce ol cmui.d, a?id runnii n par- ; all. 1 with sa;d line westn ardly t ? New Jersey ave nue 118 feet 1 Clinches, thence northwardly on New Jersey avenue 22 feet to the p,.j, t of be?innin? i-he ehove property is ? ii?nb?y situaied n? ;\r th Kail road Depot and ad;.)ini?g I". y'a Hotel, r .pidlv eiihancuij in value, and offers a mo t favorable on poituntt> tor investment Terms o: sale: H df ca-h, .-.nd balance in 6, 12. and 18 months, for notes bearing int- rest from th? day of sale, secured by a dod in tin t upon the profjerty. If the terms of sale are not complied v* ith in fix days alter the sale, the p. p rty will e re-old at the risk and expense of the pmchaser. CIIA8 a. WALL ACII, Trustee. J AS V McGUlPI' _mny 15-eokrfs Auctioneer P, J?C. 3JcGl l . ?jt Aacllenir, BO(JKH, &c at Publi; Sale?On FRIDAY a' terne.:sn, Jure- 8th, at V/? o'clock, a' the Auc tion Rooms. I >h:dl t??*ll an inv ice of standard : 'inks ain jig w! --.h are hi-torip:, hio^r tphies aud Scien iific '.vork.-, man} ^taniia. l poet.-.ai srorks, novel--, &.C., kc. Also, a few fine famdv Bible?, the whole to be sold without reserve. Also, a i?ut JaO dw c r pol l "uaril, fob and vest Chains. A!*., three fine go!! I. v. ; Wate!ie?, ?h;- bal?i.c of tock of a retail tt-.-ie. Terms cash JAS. C McGUIRE, ? " Auctioneer. Jt SC-'Vr, Auolouaera. ? "iRUSTtE'S fcale OF A VALUABLE BliILD A ing Lot, situated on 11th st-eet wet, near Ma ryland avenue, at Auction?On WEDNESDAY l.l'ti June, I biiiili :i6l!,ii, fi'ir.t of the ore i, * | k o'clock p. m , by virtue of a <i- cd of \ - dite the 25t?i day of Aujuut, IttoJ, an i <t?|y , ed in onu if the laud recortiaior VV.i-hiiii!i;: ci;in;:y in theDiBtiictofColurabiajPirt of Lot No five, h'\ in Square No. three liuuoted and filty-three, CJii.il) IidViiig a frf'iit ot ? feet 011 1 Ith ?t:eei west, bet** <outh and E streets, and running back 99 feet 10>i T.clies. wiili the improvement, which Ma frame tenement, and cousideroJ cc : of th- moat ? li .Lie building lots on the Island. ??^l,?lrrt ,'ae!,: the ba'auce in 0 and 12 months, the purchaser to give notes for the delt-red payments, bearing interest ftom ?.av of sale. A de?d given and a deed of trust taken.

Al. conveyancing at coat of purchaser. LAMI5ES1T I'REE, Trustee. GREEN & SCOTT, may 31?eokd - Auctioneers. ?y J AS C. !UcC>lllt\K, Auctlour.tr. rl RUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE I and Lot on the corner of F street Louth and 3d strttt west.? By virtue of a deed in trust from Jno. F. l'olson and wife, the subscriber will set) at nub lie sale, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of June, 1806, at 5^ o'clock p. ni., on the premises, parts of Lota Nos. ^4 and 25, in Square No f 39. fr tine 4't feet ou F strei't s'outh, by 6f) feet <i inches oil 3J st. west, with the bail lings and improvements, which consist of a well built two-story frame house, witb brick bakery attached. The a oye properly is eligiMy situated on the Island, and offers a favjrable opjioriunity to p? i soiis desiring a residence ot to make an investment. The terms of pale w ill be one-third cash, and the balance in 6, 18 and 18 months, lor notes bearing in terest troai the day of sale, secured by a deed of tru-t on the prop 'Viy. If the terms ot sale arc not complied with in six days alter the sale, the property will be resold at the risk and expanse of the purchaser. All conveyancing at expense of purchiter. CttAS. S. WALLACH, Trustee. . . . , J AS. C. McGUIRE, Je 5?eoiuls Auctioneer. By J. C. JHcOtlRfel, Auciiouctr, First class residence near trinity Church, at Public Sale.?On MONDAY aiter Uk?o' oUII?e at & o'clock, on the premises, I phall a**II that nrw and ile?irab??* dwelling hou^e. with the lot attached, numbered 445, situated on 1'ie south side ot north C street, belweeu First and See ond streets west. i he house isoi brick, lour stories l.n<l., with goad dry ce:iar beneath; size of building 24 by 40, and contain* large saloon parlor 16 by 38, handsomely finished, with walnut trimmings, tiic., eix large aud airy ( hauiberr, (lining rMini and kitchen.' n. is houae IS built of choice mateiials, and in the most substantial manner, wit all ihe modern im proveinents, cooking range, fureaee, pure water throughout the house from a weil in the ccllar, h<?t, cold, and shower bath fixtures, bells in all the rooms, &c. Each of the three first stories have large and handsome porches at the back. To per sons desiring a fins residence this sale offers a fine tpportututy to secure one. Term?: One-fourth c*.ih; the residue in 6, 19, 18 and 24 months, with ir.tere?t, secured by a deed oi trust on the premises. JA0. C. McGUIRE, ?e *~u Auctioneer. ?xcutsions Sec GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCUI ?SL N A n 3D pre n j: c or THE | 1 national guard, AT THE 7 WHITE HOUSE FA VI LION, (?U 01 O K D A V , Jun? Hi It, 1 855, ? Compary take great pl*dg - iaiteer&HfclaUro in atnoancing lo their ca no rous ifiends mid the public that iney have char ter?-d the Steamer George Washington, and will jhv ? a Grand Excursion and Pic on MONDAY, the lit h Juii*;, 185". Te Company pledge tbemselv* that no pains m expense ?h;ll be span .1 on then part to give sati ? :aeuon to those wft ? may Inner them with thi ir com pa y The very be.it br?L-s ,iud cotillon uiu.-ic his w* engaged for tbe occasion. Refreshments an.! Supper will be furnished by an ?X|* rienced Catet< r Omnibusen wiil be at the Wharf on iho arrive' of the boat to crnt-ey pnsseiuers to the Navy Ya rd ; fare 25 eenu>. Other p vrts of the city 12^ centf . Tickets ONE DOLLAR, admitting a ^fiit-en .?>i and ladies ; to l?e h ut of any of ths Compan>, r-.n(i at the Whart on the day of the excursion Tne Boot v. iil leave Georgetown at 1 ; Washing injron..t2; Navy Yard at 2#, and Alexandra i at 3 o'clock. Committee of Arrangements Lt I'miiphriy, Sg? Johnson, Sgt Drew, Jo'in Tu-k-r, < James J Anderson je 1?r* t<>x S WEST ENl) SODA FOUNT. THE underpinned is now prepared to'supply the public with the best and pnrest Soda VV iter, wiih tne most delicious Sirups (too oumeroo^ to mention) ever offered in this city. llis'Mead c m't beerfelled ? {$3? Persons who prefer Swan's Soda Water ?ian be aixomniodated wnh the "FoAming Powder," c*f all flavors, at 50 cents per pound, whi<:h is cqu;illy as good, and 100 per cert, cheaper than tin So<la Water. J. B MOORE, DrUggist, Pa. avenue, opposite Seven Building.-. Je 2?6t s * ? STEWART'S KYLICHT DAGUERREAN GALLERY.?We are making splendid pictures for lower prices Uan any other Galery in the city. They are. pel f?-ctly life-like, and satisfacUon is always given. Gallery directly over M. W. Gait's Jewelry Store Pa. avenue je 1?lni STEAMBOATS CONNECTING" - each train of Cart arriv -rfr 1 ilii ? |7 Washington or Alexan dria. i lie dreamers THOMAS COLLY B R or GEORGE WASHINGTON wili make the above connections, leaving Washington at 6 a. m tor ti* Orange and Alexandria rars, and connect with' a same train on their airival. Meals turauhed on the boats. The Boata connect with all the trains from Bal tiraore. SAM'L GEDNEY, C:r,.t. may 17?d ?^ANS PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICL EtT, i tc., 8tc.~ We hav now in store a large v ,iri ? ty of fine uii<l common Fain, Harrison's ami hit bi I'sce' -brated Perfumery, Rrnsbes, Combs. oo:h prices ... tioncry, Perfumery, r.nd Fancy Goods Hi ?r?: of JOHN F. ELLIS, 30^ Fa. avenue, bet. !hh and If'lij .'tn. may 33?tf ?1 received till? day a n? v - wsort ie m?nt of SLEEVE 15L'TT<?NS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new ! Goods: as Vest Chains,Chateiains, Cracc !o?s, Pij,s Earrirr-, Rings, etc. Cr'-ar ir.r nc ments offered to purchaser-. I _ H. 8EMK.EN, "?o. 3 30 Pa. avenue, am. oth 10th si ity-Nrw Points put to Gold P?ns at short u.*ic?. i I' am -a.is remounted, and Jewelry made to nrier. r raar 20?tf M. WILLIAM, I ! LM>I.:3' DEEiS AND IE MM.TNG 810KE, l'a. avcTtte between 7th and Slh strc li. MWlLLiAN would respectfully announce to' ? tin* Ladies of Washington, tiiat he has i;t-t i rece.ved iVom the Northern cities a complete stock ' o'" GOODS, as.'tng which may be found? New frtyie French Dress Trimmings Fine Fn n :h Flowers and Ribands A Lirjre lot of Bonnets, in silk, crape, and straw, of the late-t patterns Ami an excellent assortment of handsome Embr>: d' ri<v: cf all kind Dresse tntide i?> the latrrt ParisJashtinf: at rer.- | ?onabie ? ai "-. ' 1'iniinic :.nd Fiuung and Ki.l GIov. s cleaned. Ladies Mantillas, ready made, aud made to order, i mav Hl--rolni <?rr?l5r.;i??; Way 92, I R.?5 District of coi.itm'.ia, Washikoton County?To wit: In the c";seof T- r?*-a \ saflell, adeiintstratiix of Thomas W SafTell, deceased :?The a-Iministrairix a for said i.c;*, with the a,;?iobatioi> of tt.e Urjhan* Court of WaMo- titOii Cou:ity, in th?- Distrii-t < ? > lumhia, appointed Tuesday, the 12ih d-y of Ju;ie next, fer the final settlement and distribution of tit cstav* of 1 ?ie,:ta ed. of the us?? t.? i I. ,ii I f.ir aa tl " -a "e have bi ? u collected and turned into moue> Jiitl nl>. .t all 'he creditors ??! >;i:| <leer.,ged are notifi d to attend, (at the Orjrl'.in's Court of We-liiugtori City,) with their claim- prop erly vouched, ?.r they may otherwise b> law Le ex oiude-1 from all bent-fit of sai<i estate: Trovi led, a cop of tiiis order be published onte a week for three weeks in uie 44 li^i y Evening Stai," previous to Ft id 12th ifay of June rf xt 'IVete: ED N. ROACH, Reg. Will^ True copy?Teste: En N. Roac h, Ueb*. Wi!L-. May 2'. 1855-m 26 M3t NOTICE. rl"HF, Undersigned can accommodate parties with J t'l 'ACtlES for pleasure trips. Ais?, to maktttrip: to Loats arriviti" J after night from the White House.*^ For tciins apply to Mr. JOHN HOLBROOK, at .he Stare S.and at the Cap1:ol, or orders left at G. & T. Parker fc.Co.'s Store. WM. WHALEY. may 1G?lni* HAIR WORK. ORNAMENTS of II tir, such as Bracelete, Chat elains, Chains, Breastpins, Earrings, Finger Rings, i.i^Jf to onler, of any desired detrign. All orders faithfully attended to. Specimens may be seen at my store. 11. ^ EM K UN, N-?. 330 Pa. av., between 0-h and 10th slu. Mar :?> CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. I HAVE now on hand, imd corstamly finishing, a very large assortment of Pleasure anuc4g2*io Family t ARRIAGES, of the latest fash ions, which I will sell as low as the same quality of work can te solaia any of the principal markets of the United Slates. The subsciiber is now dealing exclusively in Car riages ot his own manufacture, and all work sold by him will be warranted, and compare favorably with any work in this market. As I always keep a lar^e assortment, I invite purchasers and otheis to ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign cf the Golden Horse, No. 4-99 Pa. avei.ue and street, may 1?eo3m ORGANS FOR SALE. 4 SUPEltma toned CHAPEL ORGAN; mid a j\ fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair. They nre from the manufactory of HENRY ERBI.N of New York. For terms, , app'.y to Prof. SOI!EEL, on 14th street, north of F 1IENUY EUBEN. leb 25 ?eotf L. J. iltlUDLETOK, DEALER IN ICE, Office aihJ Depot south tide F, next lo corner 12th W. ICE KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which can be had in large or small quantities. (S9- Office open from 5 a. m. to 9 p. m. m 1?eo2m VV /'A'lER COOLKIIS, something new, an r excellent article. DOUBLE ICE PITCH ERS, different styles and sices; Brittannia Pitchers, o..en and covered ; all kunis of Brittanuia and Block Tin Ware. For sale low, at the Housekeeper's FuniMiinf Store. 490 Seventh ft. Utay 30 0, FRANCI3. evening stak. [ THE two VAY8, BT T. S ARTHUR. James Lewis was fifteen years old. Like many lads of his age, he felt at ? tunes that the paren'al hand which Bought to guide him aright, drew upon the rem too often. He wished to do j many things that his father disapproved and often bocau.e impatient when checked h^nsoff W1SCr &ud mor- eII?enenced than In this respect, James was like moa* young p^.ons, who think their parents or guardians over particular a^ulthcm, ai.a more inclined to abridge their plea enjoyments'0 ,he ^ of their " 1 Jhi"k father is very unkind," we i we heard a boy iny, when the act of ?he parent was dilated by the tenderest regard for his welfare. ? ''T^0t^r?nevcr lik?s to see me enjoy myse.f, says a little girl when some restriction was placed upon her. And yet that very restriction is meant to save her trom years of misery in after Children are not apt to think that their parents are older and more exr* rieneed than themselves, and in conse quence know bettor than they what is V1 1 " :r ^or do they comprehend thclovragand thoughtful Cire, deepen ing oneo into anxious solicitude, with w met) they are ever regarded. We do at this' because the th^l* children are not perfected, and theft- store of experience is small. Still nnrTnT'"f ut0LUndCrStand What th*,r parents teach them, and to act mere wisely than if they followed onlv their own inclinations. And it is to help them to act more wisely, and thus to secure happiness in the future, that their pa rei us and friends so often present good P'/ecepts to their minds, correct in them Tvhat they see to be wrong, and seek so coi stantly to turn their feet into ways of safely. But we were going to relate something about a lad named James Lewis, who was flfiL-en years old. A boy who has gaircc. that age. generally has his mind pretty well stored from books, and he is able to th:n* on a good many subjec's. And he is, moreover, very apt to have a good opinion of himself'and to believ. that he knows, ev?n better than his father, what is best !or him. James was just such a lad as we have hfre pictured, and his father often felt tioubled about him, when he saw ho* nc rreveringly he sought to have his owr way, even though it was not opposed by his parents. " My son," said Mr. Lewis, one day, after having vainly endeavored to make J?mes understand that something he wished to do was wrong, ??there are two waysm life?one leading to happiness, the other to misery. At first they run i almos'. siue by side, and we may easily [step from one to the other; but soon they diverge largely, and never come in ssgut of each other again 1 h'.< path tha. lea-.lv to destruction my son, looks more inviting to the young and inexperienced than the one that bads to happiness. - lie flowers t.'iat grow along the margin have brighter hues and more attractive perfume, while in the distance a hundred bright prospects are given to the eyes. 1 he young are naturally inclined to walk j in this path. Bu< God has given them parents and lnends, to point them to the bet'er wiy, and lead them therein, ihey stf.tid angt-;s of m rcy, sent from heaven io guide them in the way of life. James, try and get this thought to smk into ycur mind. An i now I leave you free. in this instance, to act as your mind n.ay direct ^ I lis?c pointed out the dati'-er that i:> b.'fore >ou. I h.ive told y^u that the way in which you desire to walk is not the right way. That what we feel inclined to do is not always best for us because our hearts are evil, and inclined to lead us into evil. Left free, as I now 1< nve you, my son, let me earnestly en t?? ftt you to choose the path of safety It may not be so inviting at first: you roaj not be able to enter it except through seif-denial; but you will 1101 walk in it long before dis overiug that tiic llowiTb w;iich spring up here and there have a sweet and soothing perfume, *nd that your feet aic not weary, al though the way looked rough when viewed from the path I have so earnestly warned you not to tike " We are sorry to say that the words of Mr. Lewis did not sink as deeply in o the heart of James as they should have done. It is true that he thought about them, and to a certain extent comprehended theii' meaning. But his inclination was stronger than his reason. As a father had not lain his commands on him, he, after a struggle in his own mind between a sense of right and a desire to euter into a pleasure whose charms his imagination had heightened, suffered himself to enter the way in which was no safety, and dreamed of danger, he was led aside into the commission of an act that violated human and Divine laws. When James returned home, he felt afraid to meet his father. Oh, how un happy he was ! Never in his life had he been so wretchcd. lie had gathered the first fruit that Lung temptingly from the branches that bent over the way he had chosen to walk in, but it had preved to his taste as bitter as wormwood. All that his father had said, when warning him not to choose the way of error, came vividly to his mind, and almost with tears did he repent of his folly. Alone in his room, bowed uown with shame and self condemnation, James Lewis sat after the shadows of evening had fallen. Gradu ally, as the twilight deepened, and his eyes seemed to reflect the objects around him, the mind of the lad became filled with confusion, and rapidly changing images. Suddenly there was a great change, lie found himself standing on a beautiful plain, from which departed two roads to THE WEEKLY STAR. Fi?e Tm " do Twenty do. 00~ Cms, 57- Single cofim (in wrappart) mo be st thr eoaanr, Hnmeduuely Bfter the awe of paf*r. Price?tbui ihti. PorrmmM who act m afemta wfll be allowed ? emn niww! of twenty per f*nt wards which he was walking. His mind was tranquil and happy. One of these roads looked exceedingly inviting. Bright fleers sprung thickly beside it, and trees, among the branches of which spor ted bir^s of gayest plumage, grevr all along if? borders The other road j.re s nted nothing attractive. The margin was nearly barren, and began at once to ascend a steep and somewhat rugged hill. As James drew near the point where these two ways diverged, he met an old roan, with a mild countenance, and eyes lit up by wisdom " You see before you," Raid the old man, ?? the Way of Life and the Road to Destruction. Chooso, now, which you will u alk in. The Road to Destruction looks far more inviting than the Way of Life, but the flowers you see have no sweet perfume, the fruits that hangs so temptingly from the trees are bitter to the taste, and the road which looks so smooth and pleas*n% is in reality stony. The farther you go in this road, the less attractive it becomes: but with every step of progress in the Way of Life, the more beautiful will all appear. The one leads to death, the other to life. Choose, now, the way in which you will walk." The boy paused only a few moments, lie looked, first at the attractive way, and then at the path so full of beauty. 4' The old man has erred," said he in his heart. " This is the road to happi ness and to life, and the other is the way te Destruction." And then he entered, with hurrying feet, the Road to Destruction. Earnestly the o7d man called after him, and ten d rl v did he warn him; but the boy heeded him not. In his eagerness to reach a Rpot at a short distance from the point where the two roads separated, and at whish there was a beautiful arbor, with a fountain throwing bright waters into the sunny air, his foot struck against a stone that was not perceived, and he fell to the earth with a stunning jar. He was in so much pain from the fall, when he reached the green arbor, that he could not enjoy its pleasant shade, nor take delight in the beautiful fountain. With a grown, he threw himself at fiill length upon the green sward, where he had lain only a few minutes, when he sprung to his feet in sudden terror, for close to him had crcpt a poisonous serpent, that was just abou: striking him with its deadly fang. With less ardor the boy moved on the way he had chosen. Soon a number of flowers, glowing in all the celors of tba rainbow, arrested his eyes, and he step pod aside to gather them. But their odor was so offensive that he threw them to the earth quickly. Another flower tempted him by its beauty : but, in plucking it, he tore his hands with thorns Pausing now, he looked back, and the wish arose in his mind that he had taken the other road. He would have retraced his steps, but he remembered the ser pent at the fountain, and feared to gp by that dangerous place again. So he moved on once more. Far in advance there opened before him a beautiful prospect and he passed on to enjoy the same. Bur, all was an illusion?like a mirage in the desert. When he gained the spot the attraction had disappeared. ''And now the road began to ascend, and to wind along the skirt of a forest. His heart grew faint as he entered dee^3r and deeper into this gloomy district, and yet saw no open space ahead. As he walked fearfully along, a roar shook the earth; then a beast of prey rushed past him, and struck his tangs deep into the vitals of some weaker an imal. Terror gave wings to his feet, and he ran deeper into the forest. Night at 1< ngth be ran to come. It was with diffi culty that he could see his way, or keep in the path which had become so rougU that he stumbled at almost every step. His feet were bruised and cut, and he walked onward in pain "Oh, that I had taken the other road," he said, pushing in the midst of the dark forest and looking back. But the cry of the wild beasts arose in the direction from which he had come. He moved apain, wii"n, suddenly a meteor shot across the sky. By the light which it gave lie .jaw himself on the very brink of a fearful gull, and he woald have been lost in another moment. The shock startled him from his dream. All was dark in the chamber where James Lewis sat, and it was some mo ments before he could realise the the fact that he was in his father's house, with two ways iu life yet before him, and he in freedom to choose the one in whieh ho would walk. Dear children, if you wish to enter the right way?the Way of Life, leading to everlasting felicity?you must do so through obedience. Yon cannot your selves know this way. It must be point ed out to you. If left to yourselves you would be almost certain to take the Road to Destruction. The way of obedienos is the way of safety. This way does not look inviting at first, but when yon have once entered it. you see that it grows more pleasant, attractive, and beautiful, at every step. Unlike other ways, no serpents lurk amid the waving grass; no thorns are among its flowers; it leads through no dark forest abounding in ra venous beasts. And, unlike the way which terminates in the gulf of Destno tioa, it ends in the Garden of God. Imj'Oetaxt Decision.?The Cincinnati District Court, not very long since, de cided that a broker who received a note to sell, having no suspicion that the en dorsement was a forgery, was not re sponsible to the purchaser of the note. On Wednesday the same esse was de cided the other way by another Cincin nati court. _______ (E7? The idea that to be great is to be happy, is one of the errors of all ages. But that to be good is to be happy, is { something known, at least to tbe wise ? sod virtuous.