Newspaper of Evening Star, June 9, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 9, 1855 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT ?LTN&AYJ At the Star ButMing, wiisr Peiuuitv+ni* and Eleventh street, By W. D. WAM.ICH, W;?l S*? wrrfd to Mihaoribera in Use oiti#* oi W*A luton, ^lorjcinirn, Alexandria, Baltimore and P ia lrlnhia, at SIX AMD A Qt'ARTER CENTS, p ivaMe weekly to the Agent*. To nail *ub?erib?r? the nibarripttan price is THREE DOLLARS AND P1PTY CENTS a y*nr In wlranct, TWO DOL URS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR t* THREE MONTHS. (J^Smof.* com? obi Obit. \n "7^C% VOL. V. rasp?"* ,mprovedeveletma Fin?? patent?combined on one stock P??i?t-self feeding with eyeiet boli dd^rt*nl~Patenl impr'w*d fMtener? '?v?igg -?J?*r1ie" iU Want of a Ky^t .fachine, are P^TlvT|0MPRnnvpn? 22 but WWAW rAl?nrIMPtOV ED, Which Ifl decidedly the b.*t SiSSf, 1[ ia dunM# and not liabht a? tel out of m jn ^>anc th? hole well, and (o lit the Bye et, mliL.' I. ?pe?"0ti clinches tiie Eyelet on l*?th ff?*- " **** **"?. M the (W|)frs kc., need not ee reversed or turned over to clinch the Erlet a se C?J7*W^;V"T ia lhe r**" *** ?" <Hker M iohir.es. h ^i".^ .1? ' Merehim ?? film* away paper*, m iker ** Cot,T* *??Cur, t S* shoe *?v^7inLZ '""T; 4,ld numerous others, and m a very labor saving Machine P"nc,na> Stationers and Fancy floods Dealer-throfl^it the United rttates. Afntu for Washington, 41 TAYLOR a maurv, mar 81?tf Bookstore. near 9th st 4 A CARD. a " Economy m tke *?<uL to Great Redaction in the price of Hata k Cat* THw,ihn*^Uv' haun,\ n,"d,! *rran*"wm8 , York Hat < ompuny to be con r.HK^WSS' With the W*'y Mole.kln DRESS HATS, got up in the latest style, offers Uiem at the unprecedented low price of ?3 .iO worth from f^nrto five dollars; seconl quality, W worth |3^> to *4; and a very fash** ?U *i-50- w ,rtto I>om $3 to *3,50 Also, Be?he ft Co-s Hats, at a mutb less advance iian they have been her- tofrre sold in this city. Jirst rate beaver Haw $3,5 >. 7 ^11 kinds of Mil H ATS an I CAPS very iuW In or.ier to sell ai the above low prices the c*sr> *y*p.? mu~'' *? adopted ; consequently tfco*e wh--> arc has# will not be charged fr?m fifteen to twen'v :*e per ceau as an offset fhr bad debts. 7 .. , ANTHONV, (for ??ny years in the e?pl<>y of Todd k Co.) No. 3, Columbia place, 7th n., ap 13?tf 2d door north of Penn. avcaae. H R. SOMETHING WEW U - DEB THE SUFT CHARLES WERNER, Pennsylvania aicnue. opputite Brown* Hotel. J AS fitted up the cninm<>diou? hall over hi* Res taurant ?s a first c'a*s l, AGfl!l BEER S \ LOOlf, havm* pr? nred a ?uppiv of ever* luxury and comforts firood in first tLu; estab'ishme'iL* ot the kind in the Northern cities. His RHINE WISES aud French White V.mes as well as bis Clarets, ^etar-. Loir- Beer, German Iuiian, a ad Sweitzer CHEESES, and indeed ?.f v ery other appr<>|iriaie luxury in *ucli an ..?stabUdi neot, is unsurpassed in this country. He solicits a call t'rotn his friend* ,-ind the public may 12? tf dentistry! B. DONALDSON, Dentui, late ot uie fi/ai ol ?/? Hun: & Donaldson, coutiiues to - ?-;yr-rr manufacture and in^rt those beautiful Porcelain te? th, witii or without guairi, for specimens of which (made and de posited by the late firm) was awarded the nrst premium at the Mechanics' Institute Fair, recently beid in this city These teeth "aie carved and shaded to suit each parucular case, ar.d their resemblance to the natu ral organ- is so ptrleci as to doceive the most prac tised eye. Particular attention ai^o pud to filling r.nd pre orrviiif the natural teeth. ( har^s in>Td' rate and all np?raiioni warrant)^. Oftce southwest corn. f Seventh and D s's. ea -rance on D. mar 21 -<??> LAW PARTNERSHIP! OBERT J. WALKER and LOUIS JANfN _1 have formed a co partnership under the firm n["Walker A Jarvn." for tb? management and ar pnient of cases m the Supreme C?nm oftne United Stites, and before the Court of Ciaiirs at Washing too City. Address Washington, D. c. may 10?eortin ALLSTRAROURS | nsiun* the City should see Hunter'iCatiloiru if tfte Curiosities of the Patent office. Also, bw Dt>crip'i?n of Powell's Great I'Mtnre. f HUNTER is to be ... 456 Ninth street. [ may 31?3m* K ICE?ICE?ICE! PU ARLKs W fcRN UH, on Pa. avenu* V opposite Browne' Hotel, will keep ihroufh-m. season an amine supp'y of Pcttiboue'. brst |< E, ?Inch he wiM sHl.cn call, in anv quant'tiK#, ihe pp~?ible ratea. lOayi^-dtSepi*) Tilt I'XOER IO.'VLO are now working (*? uatOM formerly occupied by Major win B. Scott, and are prepared to fu.nish *TO^E at the usual markrt rates. HUMPHREYS St. WILLIAMS. Uv 13? Iffl* f'Bu. 13- lm' PLEASURE TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. ? - The a^amers GEO. WASH or TH06. COLLYER can be charter,public or select pnrtiec to visit the White Hodfe PavflkM, Mount Vernon, Fort A ashutinon, or other , iaces on the river. The IV hite House Pavilion is now open for visi tors It is a beautiful place for pleasure trip*; it * fine Bai! and D?aiu? room , also, a new Ten r?n AiWy. For particalars app!y so the Pn&ident of tht tympany, or the < it>t.un? ot the Uoals. Mr. VV 1LLIAM L<)KE is furnishing rtlreshuients tbe boats, and ia prepared to lun.iah parties on *>e t^st u rms. apafi-Jin GREAT bargains T* i-ADlEti',CENTS', MISSES', AND CMLr 1 UKL.M' BOQTd AND SHOES.-The ? wcriber being compel!, d u> remove IVomSBI iuwc now occiptM, ntftN iiis urtu W L; I " ?t well-aworted stock Ot BOOTS AND1 etiOBS at greatly reduced pnc?? All persti?( in ??nt of the arucie will find it u? their advautage u> ctl! before purchasing elsewbore. A. U. SLOAN, No. 30B Pa. av , near 10th st , north -Uk. ?uay 1?tf REESE'S EAGLE PLUMBING AND GA.H-PITriNO DEPOT. T?HB subscriber rw-pectlully annouatte u? Lis -*?_ triends aud the public- in general thai he has re ceived Ute first lot of tfce celebratad DODGj^'t) DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PL.HP, which received the SILVER Hc.DJIL at ike late Fair of the Metropolitan Mcctianics' Inati ?e, and is now prepared to furnish ail who n.uy Bvor him with a call. His stock of OAS KIXTimi are unsur Passed in the District. With his corps of competent worktcen he prides orJ'*rm in t,ie FLUMBINO and wA?-riTTI.%G Irne with proinptne-s and despatch work done warraired to rive complete ?iftetkm JOHN RECcJeI may 3?tf cor. Sixtii ?t. and Pa avenue. W NEW AND ULD~PUN0S: L have now in store the lirgest i?<<irtmKsl ol PIAN 'S ever offere . in Uu. cuj . Irooi Hal a Co., tiacoti H. Raven, and Ki>aLe, ^?etUe * Uo. s eeieorsied manufactories. Tins* a* *e guariutea, and sell upc^i veiy easy terms Ai?j, a new Pi no UeeJ ouly a isw months, which r !v 31 tl,,: *?w Pr' -? '* ?'?"h ; a ^ecobd J?<1 Piano, by Andre Stieu, for A ?ery fin,. second hand Chickering Piano lot ni?rcul u a bargain. Piano? uken m exchange for new. A?ways on l.iuid, Stools, Covers, VioIum, Oui ara, "?"?j Accordeons, Munc. 8tc lt.c. John t ellib, .. 30B Pennsylvania avenue, ber *Jii? a?4 lOUi aU?y>? A CARD.?LOOK HERE ' " ? mv v la * * m r *i' ? 4 LL ye lover* ot the gtmd things of this life, and TVTiI 1Z.'.10 *l*?te you niay obtain atl?te*t A- ..<zn-. ThunktuI i.?r pa?t favors, 1 w.aiid ot 4* same dur ug Hi wt^ nrfu ml ^4aa?,*,? I ani pr? pa.'ed to furnish m fa ^ t ^ "iwe?? and C0O< vl itly 1Ue 111 notice. Such as ?iC"' :,f 411 Schaiiotle Maacaaaefe, Ae ? ak.:s ot au iLi. aimi and 4*MdW Pruibi aud Cuukscuoni rv ?. ?' J^JIy kept in well regulated e-tablwa,,,, ou o'l*^ Panicilar atunrton will be pa.d to furnl-i?u? Weddi-,; or BtMe% Cake^. Also, Parties BaJU Se*uraw ' *iC9' *C'' &C'' *U'1 Mp"n Call at the old stand, Maasuehuaeus aven?r bo *eea 'Jih and 10th streets*, Northern Liberties.' -ioellty ICE t'KEAB peid at 91 50 7?Hfo3?n JOHN W. RIBHTSTINE K 'F IfiJlf DAflt!?a i?*w Waltz, vury . v.lM"UN'' to* begteners, coinpoa>:d ami dedu-atud 'aiS" w ,5u""r H1LBCS k lii 1^4 Mil-do Denct, C^MfK av. wa lio, It. ?????? ? TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR STGlIt. C PACTICAL OPTICIAN ?41T ISHES to call the attention to aH that KUffi t W with defective wRht, caused by a*e, sickness and particularly Coai gi^ses injudiciously selected, to his superior 8 PE< 'TACLES and GLASSES care fully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suled rrecisely and ben efienlly to the wearer according to the concavity or conveiity of the eye. Very numerous are th* ill ef fects canard to tlie precious orenn of sight from the commencement of usir-g glares in not being pre cisely -uited, by the u-~<' of an Optometer; and the practice of many years, enabls him to measure the focal distance of the eyes, and surh glasses that are atanUitrty required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction J. T acknowledges the very liberal encourage meat already obtained, ? nd further solicits the pa tronage of those* that haw- not yet availed themselves of hie aid. Prisons that cannot conveniently call, by sendiag the glasseo in use, and stating how many inches thev can read this print with their spectacles, can b*> supplied with such that will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer ences given to mnny who,have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at hi* office. No 51# 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 hive improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried Lot. W. Timwii.l. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, an* eorre?ponding with his 'inscription of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful optician Hknkt A. Wise. Mr. J. Tobias : Sir?The pair of Spectacles you furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to rae They are very decidedly the best I possess, and ! sm the o?? ner of ei?lit or nine (lairs, carefully selected in different places and from o^?tiriai?s recommended to me on account of their professional standing in Eng land, Franee, and the United States I have beeu also pi ed with you. remark" aud directions - a the treatment of the ? y-*, for the purpose of pre serving and improving the sight. RefcpeetfuJly yours, Cms Caldwell, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. LvmniCRa, Nov. 10. 1854 Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glas ses< by which I hnv- besn ereat'y aided, (my vision having ?"tfered greatly from reading at night tn my earlier !:f*0 it affords me the highest ple-isure to say that 1 consider him a &killlul practe Hi optician, and well prepared to aid thos? who > a .eed hid profes iianal services. VVm II. Room, Elder of Methodist Conference. IViuunoton, C., Jan. 27, 1&04. Mr. I. Tobias : Dear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely ?atisfaei<vy. From an inequality in th-; visual raiife of mv eyes, 1 have heretofore found ^reat difficulty in entirj glasses of the proper focal distance? It affords n?e pleasure to state, thai by the aid of your ?ptometer this difficulty has been happily obviated, so that the Glares you furnished me are decidedly she best adapted to my eyes of any I have tftr yet , used. Very respectfully youis. It. B Drake, Rector ol'St. James' Parish. Department ol Interior, Way 7, 1865. From natural detects and af. unequal rauge of my eve#, 1 have been coin- elled to use glasses for sere ral years. I have ui"d different opticians without obtaining glassei perfectly fitt<d to my eyes Four months since Mr. Tobias"made two pairs especially for me, wnich I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Ciaases minutely to the eye 1 most cheerfully rec ommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and bear my testimony as to his ?Kill as an optician. Hekrt E Balpwin, Assistant Sect*y to r?gn Land Warrants, may 16?tf FOR THE CURE OF Asthma and Consumption. NEW AND VERY WOND bRFULU! HY6EANA Brought home to the door of the Million. 4 WONDERFUL dweovory has recently been J\ made by Dr. Cnrus of ti.is ciiy, in .he treat ment of Consumption, Aatioinv, a id all diseases of tne Ltingn. We refer u% DR CURTIS'S HYGE ANA. or INHALING HYGEA.4 VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP " With this new method, lir C. has restored many afflicted ones to hetlt!', a an evidence of which he uas nnumtrable certifieates Speaking of the tratm^nt, a physician remarks, "It is evident that i?balin??constantly breathing an agreeable. healhig vapor?the nr dicinal prope rties must come in direct contact with the whole atrial cavitie of the lungs, ar.d thus escape the many am. varied changes produced upon them when intp* duced into the stomach, and ?rnhj^dt to the process of di?estion " The Hygena is for ?ale at all the Druggi-fs throughout the country.?S. York DiUcI* man of Jan. 14. The Inhaler Is worn on the breast under the linen witiiout the lea?t inconvenience?the heat of the b?dy being sufficient to evaporate the fluid Hut. dreds of cases of cure^. h*e the following, might be named One package of the Hyg a;:a has cured me of the Ai-riiina of six years' standing. i F Kkssberby, P. M. of Duncannon, Pa I am cured of tb e Asthma of ten years' standing by Dr. Curtss'u ilygeana. MaRsaBET Eastok, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Paul, of No. G Hammond street, N Y , was cured of u severe case of Bronchitis by the iiy gesaa. M, sister has been cured of a distressing cough of j fc<veral years1 standing, and decided to be incura Me b> ti e physicians, -the was cured in one month by the Hygeana. J. H. Gacbbrt, P. M Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. Chrevxr, of N?-w York, testifies of our medicine in the following language: New York. Nov. 15, 1854 Dear Sir?I think highly of Dr. Curtis Hygeana as a remedy in diseases of ths throat and Lungs - Having had some opportunity to testify its efficacy, I atu convinced that it tw a most excellent medi eine, both the Syrup and thei.ihaling application to the chest. Prut. 8. Corru writes us iu follows: Gentlemen?I have rece.uly had occusion to test your Cherry Syrup ai?d llygean Vapor, in a ca^e of chronic jore throat, that had refuaeu to yield to <?Ji er fornis oi' ueatmeiit, and the ro?;ilt ha^ adU?fl? d me that, whatever may be ike cmop-witioa of your preparation, it U no imposition, but an excellent remedy. I wi^h, for the saJte ol the afflicted, that it wicht be UiuugLt within the reach of aU. Dr Johns, oue of tht> moot celebrated Physicians in New York writes as follows: Dr. Curtis?Dear Sir?Having witnessed the ?.t ceilent effects of your Hygeana ,r inhahng Hygean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in case of Chronic Bron chitis, and being imich in 6ivoe of counter imuiion in aJTiouotw of The throat, Bronchial tubes and lungs I can thersioie clieerfolly recommend your Medt cated Apparatus as being the niort convenient and etfscrual mode of app:ying anytiiing of the kind I have ever seen. No doubt, thousands of persons may be relieved, ami many cured, by using your medicines. i 1 must here be allowed to confess that I am op posed to prescribing Of using secret compounds, but I his little neatly coutnved article, and iw effecu in the case above aiimied to, have induced me to speak | in iu favor. I You an- at liberty to use this in any way vou tuny I think proper. RewpectftUly. your., he. | C. Johns, M. D., No. t>0U Houston street. N. Y. Price three dollars a package Add by CURTIS A FUUklNS and BOYD k PAUL, No 141# t;baiubers sueet, N. V i Four packages sent Iree to any part of the United States lor ten dollars. N B? Dr. Curtis'" Hygeana is the ORIGINAL 1 and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; nil others are bast? itfitUHtofifl) of and injurious counterfeits* sunn them as vou would POIH' tN- jtott For sa^ in VVushtngUm by tyHARLES STOTT, Pa. avenue, ntar 7th street; and J. B MOOKU, m the Fj,u Ward. may 2a~Brn PERRY'S AND GILLOTT'S ST^EL PENS in variety, b >ught in UCTsnn from the manufae'tur e.sb) Use uudersignad. in this way securing genu n.eoess, .is well u TOt heat quality and fliiish>Qi each brand. FR.OCK TAYLOR. 4?av* Auction fc&loit ?W OEKIH * SCOTT AnctloiMri. fl^RUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT AT A*"?"?-0?/*1 DAY, the *2* Jut"; 18^6 I shall sell in front of the premises, at 6l? o'clock p. m , by virtue of a deed ol trust from Henr. W Ham Moo to the subscriber, bearing date the sixtli d.iv of h t?ti ua._vv 1853, and filed lor reccrd 12th Ffbruarv, r tfr I ? pie?e or Parcel of ground, in the ciiy of Washington, in the District of Columbia, known a? Lot Na. 11, in 8quare No. 495#f together with tfce Hour'?Ve?c Bt8' a ???<i tw0 8,ol7 Brick The above described pro(.rrty <"roi>ts on 6tii street we? 47 reel, be'ween i and K streets south. run feef 10 n a"*y' eoattinin2 4?00 square Terms: One fourth cash; th* balanc in C. 12aad IB months, the purchaser to give note* for tb - de T j P^vm^nts, bearing interest from dav of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken CRAVEN ASH FORM, Trustee. GREEN & SCOTT, . _ , . _ . . . Auctioneers, i, if o'clock, ikme tvening we shall sell a good Paiit Shop. ?it;ated on 6'h >trcei immediately opposite Island Hall. Terms cash. GREEN h SCOTT, ** cofcdt AuctioneeiB. By JAS. C. SicGl'IUK, Auction*** , RU8TEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ; Eftate ?By virtue of a deed of trua from Fian c? Selden, bearing date on the fir a day of Decem ber 1846, and recorded in Liber W. B , No. 130. fo lios 231, 232, and 233, the subscriber will sell at public sale on MONDAY, the Ifcth day of June, k ir' r\ ??? P' on t*le premises, the west halt of Lot No 2, in Square 247, fronting 99 feet on north L street, between 13tli and 14th streets west running hack 1*J0 feet, with ihe bmldin^ and mi provem nts thereon, which consist of two well built fram? dwelling hous*-?. The above property is well located in a rapidly improving part of the city. Thctfrasol'tlM! r-ale wUl be one-half cash, and the ba.ancc in 6,12, and 18 months, for notes bear ing interest from day of sale, secured by a dead of trust on the property If the terms ot sale are not complied with in six days aft,.r the Mle, the property Jill be r?o:7a the risk and expense of the purchaser. All conveyancing at cost of purchaser tVALTFR LENOX, Trustee. Je*-?*di JAS C McGJ ,KE je eoada Auctioneer <3- C. fleGt'iU!.. Auctioneer. "YT ALU ABLE RE \L ESTATE AT PUBLIC ?a,e ~Tke subscriber will sell at public ral.-, on MONDAY, the 18i. d<ty ol June. 1855. at 5 ik p iii , m the premises, lot No 2.- m square 367, fronting 46 feet on 10th street west, between N aud 0 streets north, aud improven.tuts, which consist ot two small frame houses. Terms oi sale; One third ca*h. and balance in 6, j 12 and 18 month notes, bearing interest from cay of sale, secure l by a deed ot trtisf up'tn the proper'*" j If the terms are not complied with ir? V r^?- - after tlie sale, the nroperty will !?? ,-tsoId... i?. ,.; ^iid expert-e ot the purchaser All conveyancing at the expense of pure ?ia?er CHAS S. WALLACH, Attorney. JAMES C. McGUIRE, _ *"*y eofcds Auctioneer. By JAS. C. feOOIRK, Auctioneer. VERY DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT at Auc tion.?On TUESDAY afternoon, Ju;,r- 12<ii. . t 6 o'clock, on the premises, the subscriber will a-ll, by vir ur of a deed ?f trim fr.?m Basil Lane a?: r, dated September 221 l?4t?, and duly rer?r?|.?4in L> brJ.A S., No I, folios Jet), u... one of the la ml records for Washing n eoun'y, all that piece or P ireel of ground and premises ?!e : .'anted upon ;he ground plan of said city as .ot No. 28, in rtouare 197. having a front of 49 feet nine inch' * ?.u loiii *t. between north L 'l 11 ti ? streets, running back 11/7 feet to a 30 feet alley, with a 10 feet alley run ning the full depth of the l.t on the side. 1 his lot is situated in a r*i i.lly improving ;i ?rt ot tlie First Ward and 1s very de- irably located Termn: 450 in cash, the residue in fi and 1? months wiili inti.'rest ? ecur?-d l/j a dec., of trust oa th " pn-iirsee All conveyancing at co?t of purchaser. JAS. H. COLLIN ',Tru>tee. ? JAS. C. McGUIRE, may II SawSui^ Auction per. ? McBUIitK, Aucilontrr. ri RUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILD 1 in? L t near Raiir.^id D.^ot Bj virtue . - a d<-ed of trust beann? <!ai? nr. th<' 4th d?iv of A> rii. 18o4, and recorded in Liber J A 3., No. .'jH. r0lir,^ ?bjcrib. r will b? l, at public ;.ale, o.i 1 K1DAY, the oth day of iun^, DS55, ?t 5^ o'clock p. in., on the premises, all that piece or parcel el ground lying aud being situate in the citv ol Wash ington, and b ibg part of squire No 6P0. beginning at a p unt on New Jersey avenue 270 fee' ir-.ni tl * northwest corner of said square, und running thence .at r'8'11 anfc:?s to New Jersey avenue 1-4 feet 1\ inches, theucc due -outh 23 fci.t, more or less, to a parallel line 22 fen from the first de scribed line of this piece ot ground, and runm j par allel with said line wc.twardly to N'-w Jersey ,'v nue 118 feet lUinches, thence riOfihw?,dlv on .\'tvv jersey avenu 22 feet to the poii.t of beg.noing. The above prop, rty is tligi&ly -ituau d aear the Hailmad DejK.t and adjoining Foy's Hotel, rapidiv enhancing in value, and offers a most fiverab op portunity for investment Terms oi sale: Half cash, and balance in G. 12, and 18 months, lor notes bearing int. rest from th* day of sale, secured by a deed iu trust upon the property. If the terms of sale are not complied with in six days after the sale, the property will e reso!dat tlie risk and expense of the purchaser. CHAS S. WALLACH, Trustee. ? JAS C McGUIRE, may 15-^o^d8 Auctioneer. By GKICICX A BCIWT, Anulnnetn. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALUABLE BL'ILD ? ing Lot, situated on 11th street west, n' ar Ma ryland avenue, at Auction?On WEDNESDAY 13th June, I shall sell, in front of the premi>es. a? 6 o'clock p. in , by virtue of a d< ed of trust bcarinc date the 26th uay of Aucust. 1B5J. t.nd duly ieea*d ed in one ijLihe land records lor Washington county in the Disti let of Columbia, part of Lot No five, 5.) in Square No. three liun .red and fifty-three, (35.i,) having a front of? feet on Uth street west, uetw south and E streets, uud running hack 90 feet 10X :nches. witli the improvement, which is a friinie tenement, and considered one of the most?liable building lots on the Island. Terms: One-thir.i cash ; the balance In 6 and 12 months, ihe purchaser to give notes for the deieired payments, bearing interest from dav of sale A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyanciugatco?t ol purchaser. LAMHERT TREE, Trustee. GREEN & SL'OTT, may 31?eo&ds Auctioneers. 8y JAS C. DIgCUIUE, Auotlonttr. I RUSTEF.'S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE

I nnd Lot on the corner of F street outli and 3d street weal.-By virtue of a deed in trust from Jno F I olson and wife, the subscriber will sill,at uuh lie sale, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of Jun 1855, at o'eloek p. m., on the premises, perls of Lots Nos. ^4 and 26, iu Square No f>30, fr nting 4 . feet ou F stTi et routh, by 66 feet 6 inches on 3.1 at. west, with the huil inland improvements which consist of a well beilt two story fnme hnuse, with brick bakery attached. The a ove properly is eligiLly situated on llie Island, and offers a favorable opportunity t. persons denring a residence t>i to make an investment. The terms of sale will be one-third cash, and the balance in 6, 18 and 18 months, for notes bearing ?? terest from the day of sale, secured by a deed of trust on the prop rty. If the terms of sale are not oomplied with in rix days after the sale, the property will be resold at the risk and exp? use of the purchaser. All conveyancing at expense ol purchaser. CUA9. S. WALLACH. Trustee. JAS. C. MeGlJIRE, 5?oofcds Auctioneer. My JT. C. MctHJlRhl, Auctioneer. First CLAssmEsiDENCE near trinity Church, at Public rtale.?On MONDAY alter noon, June Uth, at 6 o'clock, on the premises, I shall ?ell tiidl new and desirobit? dwelling bou*e? with the lot attached, numbered 445, situated on t' e south side of north C street, between First and Sec ond streeu west. The house is of brick, four stories high, with good dry cellar beneath; size of building 24 by 40 and contains large saloon parlor 16 by 38, handsomely finished, with ivaluut trimmings, stc., fix large and airy chamber?, dining room and kitchen. Thi* house is built of choice matetials', and in the most substantial manner, wit all the modern iin provements, cooking range., furnace, pure wat. r throughout the bous?? fiom a well in tlie cellar hot. cold, and shower bath fixtures, bells in all the rooms, kc. Each of the three first stories have large and handsome porches at the back. To per sons desiring a fine residence lliis sale offu . h |.i? opponuuity u> secure one. Terms: Ouo- fimrih cath; ihe residue tn 8 12 18 and 21 months, with interest, secured u d.ei of trust on ihe premises. . JAS. O. McGUIRE, J* T~~? Au?Honcw? ^ Incursions Ac GRAND MOONLTGIIT EXCURSION A XI D PTC WIC NATIOv/TgU- rp AT THE " WHITE HOUSE PAVILION, O* n ?; a I) a > . Jnn? 1 li h 18 55 ompa y take ^reat pleas m a-roTxrciug to th;ir r,n mernus 'Mends end the pcblk: that thev bnvrb? '' r','d lne H,ea??er George W.^bn gton.'an.i will g.v. June lttsfC ?n ^ MoV"*Y> l iti, T. Cfcmpauy pledge themselves that no pains r. exp?n*e fball be spared on their part to give ssi* ? action to those who may honor thfin i?ath th i com pa y. 1 he very best bras* and cotillon mu?ic has Lee engaged for the occasion. Refreshments and h'upper wtfl be turniahid b. a experienced Caterer Omnibuses will be ai t:io Wharf on the arrival fif the boat to convey passengers to ihe Navy Yard fare 25 cents Other p rts of the en 1* tf cents. ' Tickets ONE DOLLAR. admitting a eentlemaf ?J? ^ l, d of ar"> of ,J,e Company. aa.' 'it tfip U harf on the day of the excursion The Boot will leave Geirgetow,. at I ; Wariiinr Navy Yan at 2*, and Alexandria at Committee ef Arrnn?*m?iAt Lt Fumplir y, 8ft Johnson, .^gr Dr. w, Jjhn Tu k< r, James J Anderson . |_ f,.x l STEWART'S V"KYLIGIIT DAGUERREAN GALLERY-VV ' are making ipl' iiiiiil pictures ioi" lower rrirt i than any other Ga ler> in the ciry. Th- v are ne* sectlv life-like. ami satisfaction i alwny given #? Gallery directly o *cr M. IV. Gait'a Jewelry Siorr P;t- are"uc _ ji 1 3> -At i?0 ? * WITH DKKKC " ,V? * vision are invited to examine my eitensive stock of all kinds o.? SPhfji ? " CLES and EYE-GLASSES. Gi?W "f any kind, such as Cataract, Parabola - Perucopic, Double Concave, Double Conv. x. &* i Colored Gia.?se?, put m at short notice, with rr?T oare, aad person* in want of glides mnv ^ ;rr to gel tbose which benefit the eye ?** Circular * Defective Vision." arar,* at H. ? 30 Pa. ivtnue, bntw !:'j . ? , joth < ^iiar 90 L'ANS I'ERKI mLIY, TOILET ARTICLEr V J1?- e hav now in htore a large -..in i ety of fine ami common Fans, llarri on's a::d L.t. binVcelebrated Perfumery, Bru~hn. i ombs. looiii P .'.vderv, j.Ihjimp and visitinp Card i PoniiToi naies, Cigar Cae*. C.,td Ca^es. v, Cr.!l(w Ac,&c., ali of whi( li we are Htlimg nui s.t prices to mnt the times at ho Piauo. Mu-it- ri't Jtorery, Perfumery, and Faney On-.u? -?<>re of ' ? JO,,Vi k- VL-l'l*, 306 Pa. avenue, bet. 9i!i a; J Iftth may 23-tf Nr* ? - tciL.?t niMliid (Ms dayaaaar a***n-1 mesa l?i yl.EEVE BUTTONS an-1 ril CDS. < f I th^ latest FtylM. Also, a variety of other i. -w t.ootU: as Ve-t Chains, Chatelain-, Brace let-. I i a Larnnjt-, Ring*, etc. Great inducements oflVte.j tc pur has-er-. .. . H. ? EM KEN. No. J JO Pa. avenue, bet. 9lh and 10ui at uC?" Points put to Gold prn? at ^hort no ic Diamonds remxntted, and Jewe!rv maue t-; .;rd ? mar S^-if POTOMAC P imiOjN, Picey Point. St. M&sy'i Concty, JC.rylanti '!< HM tle?irahle p?ace for invJth and ^-n-barbip* i will be opened for the reception cf .*i?;ioi 0a t"1* 1*> I? ui Jii!ie9 Willi It!.; u:nlL'ii" ? v,i I ptiiiiiOie the comforu ot its juest. Many juiur.-vt - ments have l.een made Bince my la ? st-v \ Luneh P.oom lias been built tor the accomriodat ? ot visitors at ;tll rea&onub'e houivf, ,ay anj atcfii. Stable? and Carriage Hot:, cs havt be'-n Lu;It j, n-toBBDi Htate tho--e at at a rfi?unce iiiiliard Table. Piatol GUJtry, Shufli?; HouJ. Tta Put Alleys and Ba;.a? hare all been imp; >vtx\ ai 1 are fr? c to visitors only I am tha:i:.tul to the public for tlieir p?u. ?a*e the !a-t two <ea-OR<, and hope to s< r ;,iy old fricntij ai d many new face- the coming season. Ihe Pavi.tou ^ha'.i be clean anil well kept Children with whoof ir.g coujjh or taej-fle^ v.?i ! not be admitted as boarders. TKRM9 OF board: Fir single day to f o* three day.* or !es?" than a week, per dr-y . 1 50 By ihe week 10 (;0 By the tnontb, per day., !!!.!!"! 1 j . *V. W DIX, Proprir'or. Letter Roies have I e-. p.'ac^ d '<n all the Steaci ers lor the acco.:.modati<.n of vietiors. je 5?eolm FOR THS ORANGS & ALEXANDRI AND M .NAdSAS GAP UAli.i.UAD. g liE ~uhs riber's Coaehtsw II call fur P?s-ene?r I ?i.hn gtf?c mnect with the abo*a- -.fp**" k Railroads. My? \>acheh conneet u ui the SteamersThos Gollter orGaorok .V aSi;ih<? TO*, which leave Wellington at 6 a ui 0'f~ Me ils f:irni<h?rt on the boat.^. P.TBons wishing me G??. he?, to call foi Uiem Tn i^ftve thrir name ai.d rcsid^nc with Mr Jo* ? T Pillman, near th* Gapitnl gate; Mr BtittV dnc Ftore,e'-r"er 'ennsvlvania avenue .tn.l 12:li r-trect oral Geo & Thos. Parker U Co '* t^tore. Coaches enn be had for Pleasure Tri;?? may 28 2.ii WILLIAM WHALIY* ^I'PDltloa T/\Bl.|f JVHD PJ'CK?' 'F 0 Cutlery, Rasors, Scissors, Hie A large a??o;t inent, iow.-r than at any other pla-ein the city. For food articles and low prices alwavs call 't the liourtekeeper's Furni bing ritore, 4?0 s,.v?.f,.h ^t. M . G FRANCIS MORE BARGAINS. JOiiai ?l. KMbOT) Bridge street, south side near Hi?4. (weor^et^) * ti, H\S jn,t received a luriher nupplv of seasonable Gtsms, amongst wiiich will be found 50 piccee *ood stylts fast colored Lawns at 12v 10 do plain black and white and bl^ck do. r'Cikl P'ant Ginghams and Gir-srhRin Latvne ?h) do dotted and rich emb'd Mu-lina 50 do plain Swiss and Naiusook ao 40 do Jaconet and Cambric do ?f0 do pluid am! striped du 25 Grass Cloth Skirts ."V) corded and damask do White ?nd colored Watered Moreens 50 pieces light preity btyles Calicos 10 do Barege de Laines at 12 Uc 2 do Buff ehade Linen With aa assortment of seasonable style-fo^Cllive; i Hosiery, and many other very desirable S.^od*. vo I whjcii th*i att^niioii o( ca>h or prompt curtc.^ierj it I invited, as v^arn cointaiitly receivimr r.H?v gc d< and ar^sellinj them at prices to tint the tiaies " ' may29-tf J II. SM(K)T. NOTICE 3 *1 can aeeom-iiOdate part'en with i 1 COA( UES tor pleasure trips. ^ niakp trips to hoat^ arriving #7JJ^ranii ^ alter nigh; from the White House ?""??B* For terms apply to Mr. JOHN HOLBROOK, at the k,tai(: Stand at the Capitol, or orders left at G. x r. Parker h. Co.'a Store. WM. WIIA LEY. may 16?lm* FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to b v rtock of _ ' i ?*ot.o UL'jfniin ?at?*t livbrs, and ukDite' watthrb Of tii<?t quality, hfcavy 18 caratj caata. AI'.j, SILVER WATCHES for boys. 1 offer lliem at gtetuly reduced prions. T!,c movr.rem. selects with gr?at cart, m l every WRtcb is ic arrant*.'. ' Persous m waut *f a fine iiuiekeeper a;e ia*it< d to examine my aseortment. ?. ? H- skmkbn, , -u, 1 a* aww? b?tw. 'Jill and ;0th sy. mar ?hj L.J. illiJDLETOsT DEALER IN ICE, Ojji. t awl Drpot *out\ Me F, next to corn* 12tk >t. ICE KEPT CONSTAN'i'LY UN 11 AND AT THE OFFICE, wluch c8n be had in largepr .mJ quantities. OOh Uflice open from 5 ui to ?J n. m. m I - eo2m exua lhiu? a;id i or th? nrrts* flitl.h, Jatt import^ from Paris di re, ,?b>'1. ' r??WC4 YAYfcOR. may id ? . r_ . 'r ? . WJlEATtaH'fl ELfcUii.MM OF JNiLRN'A t'Oiial Law, n?w ediiioa Adrirt.' Equity, new editim, with American n?ito vac l| w FRAA'CK TAVLV?. I * \ T , t ?* t r T* i n > 1 ^ ^ i A K. ^ roBTUsis of a r .?voa ausm*. , Th?re dwelt at Orleans, some forty or fifty years ago, a worthy young couple named Jtane and Marie Lejeune. They were poor in worldly goods, bnt rich in the joyousness and insouciance of a youthful life. A* tine went on, they became wealthy in son* also: but those were not destined to be the stay of their parents in advancing life, for .is each one cf them grew up to manhdod, he found himself, cither from choice or necessity, enrolled in the service of Napoleon the Great. One only toy remained to cheer the parental home. lie was still a child. aiid a darling of his mother, who fondly hoped to keep hitu always by her side, and with this view she labored hard to instil into his mtnl a love of peace and hatred of war. Y:iin, however, were poor Marie's endeavors for Francois, even in his earliest boyhood, listened with avidity 0 tales of war and glory : and when the note of preparation sounded throughout Fiance for the great Russian campaign, lis imagination became so inflamed by a love of military adventure, that he flmtg himself into tho vor.ex of that gigantic enterprise, and s ?on fuuud himseif in the midst o the grande arinee, serving a. iruuiuitr in a distinguished regiment. The position of Francois, was not, truljf a very distinguished one, but be already regarded him elt as a hero; for did he n<>t serre 441'Kmpereur," and wash" not ne of tl e grande armee by whom Riis si a wa9 to be overrun and conquered ? Now and then a thought or a sigh wouU. be given ti his good mother, who had wept so bitterly at his departure; ' u he was a gay, light-hearted boy, an?i sc n ' ecame a favorite of his comrndcs so that each graver ihougbtquickly van ished from lis tu;i:d, audi iii dreamt only of the glories that lay before him. On tue entry >f the French in*X)'Ios co w, no cue lie Id his head Lighcr than Franc ois Lejeune, and he beat his drum with an air of a8*- much importance as if the success of the whole expedition de T)cn id on the flourish of ihc drum sticks. But now a new leaf in the pages of his life was ah ut to be opened. Mos cow war- burnt, and the French army Ikgan its disa.'tivus retreat amid all the \!'.nc.troencie;? of a *tu?stan winter. Fran \ cois was obliged , like his comrades, tr | set out on his homeward way amid [the coit.bined miseries of war, famine, i;ui<J ice. Ills lingers soon lost their power; his arum became silent.; and before lie reachcd Smolensk, thi* f&voritt com {anion of his march h-d dropped from his hands and sank ir:to tl?e wintry enow. At Smolensk our hero's strength failed him; and, pinched alike with cold and hunger, he fell o r of the ranks, and was made prisoner bv seme Rusian serfs, ? V who shut him up in a dreary mill, where | he lay more dead than alive during a | night of intense cold. He was aroused 1 from this state of torpor on the following ' morning by finding himself once more in the clutchea of his barbarous captors, who dragged him along a causeway, one side of which was bordered by a frozen river. Some of the parly began to dig a hole in the ice, while others gave him to undwrs.and, by very intelligible signs, that it w as intended for his accommoda tion. The terrified youth besought them to spare him, a: d asked their pity for his mother's sake?" so tender a mother that fhe would break her heart if he did not return to her.'- This piteous appeal had no effect upon the peasants, who, of course, did not understand a single word of what he was baying. Some iaughod at the strangeness of his language : tiorae mimicked his impassioned gestures; and one o? them had just collared the unhap py Francois, with the intention of plun ging him iato the river, when suddenly was heard the merry tinkling of bells, and there came dashing along the cause way a handsome sleigh, drawn by three beautiful little Viatkru horses. Seated in the sleigh, wiapt up in costly furs, was a stout, hale-looking gentleman 4- What are you about there, my chil dren ?" inquired he of the serfs. 14 We are only drowning a French man." 44 Oh ! is that all ?" reioined he. t4 Monsieur, monsieur . cried the un happy drummer, as he struggled to free himself from the hands of the serfs. 44 Very fine, ini eed!" muttered the fur-clad gentleman, in an angry and su percilious tone. 44 Very fine, indeed ! Here is a fellow who comes among us to do all the mischief he can?sets fire to Moscow ; tears down the cross from the cupola ol Ivan the Great; and now, for sooth, it is ? Alossie?Mossie.' Ah, ha ! we are crest-fallen nuw ; but death and destruction to the scoundrels ! Come, let us get on, Filka," continued he a< dry ing his coachman, and throwing himself back in his comfortable seat. A touch of the whip is given, and the fiery little steeds are daiting forward, when suddeuly some new thought seems to have occurred to the nobleman, who calls out, 44 Stop, Kilka." 44 Pray, sir, do you understand mu sic ?" inquired he in Russian of the trem bling drummer. 44 Sauvez moi, mon bon monsieur, sau vez moi! " cried cut Lejeune in an agony of terror, as he felt that his existence was hanging as by a slender thread upon the good oflices ot the stranger. 44 Hood heavens! wha strange people these French are! " observed the noble man. 44 Half a million of them have come into Russia, and not one of them can, I believe, speak a word of our lan guage?the barbarians ! ?' And then turning with an air of self-complateccy and conscious superiority to Lvjeane:? '?Meousique, meousique, save, meouai que, vous i Eh bienn, respondonn vous, frannce! sur forte-piano, ioue, save ? " At any other time. Francois would have smile! at this jargon, buti^TH.e present momc&t it sounded like the sweetest suusisjui hi& ems, for it THE WEEK1Y STAR. fiMwi PanVy Tfrwt Joeroat?eoe two** a gr?Mr nrftqr of Iriiiniitiii rwwtlnf Ami e?n t* fourth Is any cNhct?fc pobttabed on danuday oopy, p*1? iMinii ? w am FlTC CopiM - . TVn #in Twenty do UN CO- C&sa, imtaiuut w iMiitii ??-eia?le oo*a? (to ??wer?) cm to at the cwu.:^, nuMdMidy after U>e mo? of u? paper. Price? thkkb flnrra. Pojt*a-t*m who a? m ytta ?vtM be alkm-rd a eoawfe?*n? of twenty e?-rt him hop<*. lie quickly perceived the drift of the inquiry, and immediately replied: 44 Yep, sir, I am a musician; and if yoa only sure my life. I will play all day and all night too, for yoa, if yoa please " 44 Well, yon may thank your stars for it!" said ths gentleman, lauphing. i 44 Cot?e, children, let him go. There ! I give you twenty kopecks to drink." 44 Thank you, sir: there he is for yoa." ?k o saving, they loosed their hold upon poor Ltjeune, who, on finding hituseif safe in the sleigh, was so bewildered with joy, that he laughed and cried, and bowed, and smiled to all around him. His gratitude was so expansive, that he not only thanked the nobleman, but also the coachman, and the very mouiiks, too, who had been on the point of drowning him fir? minutes before. A moment ni-ro, and he found himself whirling along by the side of his preserver, who, ob -jnring that he was quite blue and shrivelled with cold, kindly wrapped a far mantle round him. In a nhort timo t 'ley (Hew up before a large hou^e, and were received at the door by several ser vants, to who*e care Francois wan con signed They conducted him into a warm apartment chafed his ha'f-froxen iml>?. and cloihed h;m in a suit of com fortable rarmerts. Then they set food i,elbr* luin. of which the poor boy jlaHly nartook, as he was quite exhausted wilh hunger. Ilis benefactor now appea id, and aidn -cir-4 tLeui in his own pecuiicr die!: I of French?"Mossie, mo:.s vene, vone,'' be- koning the youth at the same lini to f >llow him. Lej.une obeyed, and soon found him self in the presence of tw> y unc ladies, ?? '*> w?r. sealed at or*. ;.i a large draw mg-inom. 44 Here, .ny children," said their father, 44 is a gentlemrn who will instruct you in muo't and French F. w.Il teach you tho true Parisian aoceuu lrou have long beta teasing me for a winter, and I have just been so lucky as to piek up one for you at Smolensk." i'heu advancing towards au old spinet that stood at ooe end of the apartment, he turned to Lejeuue: 44 Allonn, allon, f se, vous a nous voir votre talent; joue, joue; Roye pas hontec." Poor Francois was nearly at his wits* end on receiving this command ; for the irum was; his only insti ument, and never in his life had he even touched i piano t'orte. However, he felt that li s life was propably hanging on the result of this moment, and so assuming an air of con fidence, and bowing low to the ladies, he seated himself before the instrument. At first ha placed his hands gently upon ?t, pnd moving his fingers like drum sticks in time with some favorite regi mental air, he l)egan to hum the tune, .vhile he swayed his head and body from right to left, and with all the importance of a firs .-rate professor, lie was wont in after life to describe the whole scene very humorously. 441 expected every moment," he said, 44 that ray preserver would have caPed in a couple lackeys, andoi4ered them to pitch me out into the suow ; but on casting a furtive glance Lowards them, I perceived that he was nodding significantly towards his daugh ters, a; if to make them remark what a treasure he had procured for them ; so I took courage, struck the instrument boldly, sang my song more emphatically and ?.ook still greater airs upon myself: whereupon the worthy gentleman clapped his hands v?ith delight, cried out bravo, and in a few minutes came over, and familiarly on the shoulder saying: 44Tre bienn, tre b enne je vois que vous save ; vous aile couche alle " Never was an order more readily obeyed ; for poor Francois was worn out with fatigue and excitement, so that he needed not to 44 woo soft slumbers to his drooping lids." About a fortnight afterwards Lejeune's patron received a visit from a nobleman of higher rank than himself, a man of tal ent and education, who took so great a fancy to the young drummer, that be asked his host if he would consent to yield hiai to his protection. This was grant ed ; and Ltjeune now found himself placed under very favcrabl e circumstances, for his new friend not only treated him kindly, but gave him a good education. Sjme years later, he married him to a young lady, a protege of his wife, and the marriage proved a prosperous and , happy one. ejeune.in accordance with the desire of his patron, entered the Rus sian service, and through the influence of this nobleman he acquired personal, and subsequently hereditary nobility. In after life, he became allied by the mar riage of his only daughter with a dis tinguished nobleman named Lebysaheif, who was high in power in the government of Orel; and Tor the sake of being neai his child, whom he tenderly lo\ed, Fran cois Lejeune?or, as he was now called, Franz ivanovitch Lejeune?came to reside - iu that part of the country- It was here we first met him and made his acquaint ance. We remember him well?a lively, courteous little man, with dark eyes and gray hair. His usual attire was a black velvet surtcut. Most probably the ci-devant French drummer still dwells in the far east of Russia, among his adopted countrymen ; but when he hears of the gallant deeds of his true compatriotcs upon the heights of S.bastopol, who knows but that his spirit may be chafing beneath the bon dage of Russian despotism, and that he may long to find himself once more serv ing under a name he had once revered and idulis :d?L Empereur Napoleon. O* Capt. C. B. Pratt, with a pane of skillful a&d experienced divers, left Wor cester on Monday for York, to renew the effort to recover a portion of the one -million of treasure known to hare been on board the Hu2*ar, sunk af Hwrlgatt 4uriag the revolutionary war. Oapt. Pratt is a pupil of Oapt. Taylor of sub marine armor notoriety,? a man of nerve '%nd enterprise, and Will recover it, if it * in the power o| man to do U. Wc : wwh him aurni?, m

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