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Secretary (imnitE ANDCotLScroii Bei'Vsox, The \Va*hingtoi» Union of ysterday contains the letter ol Secretary (Juthrie to collector Bron*on, of >'ew York. It will be read with preat interest, nt bearing upon the policy and poritHnofthe Admin irtra'ion in regard to the distribution ot public pa tronage. Wajhikgton, Oct. 3,1M3. Dkas Sir:—?iocc the conversation w» had up» oti the subject <7t the unfortunate division in the democratic party in New York, I leel more and more convinced that the present disorganization cannot fail to endanger the success of the princi etc* «t the party there, and prove injurious else where Hut the separation u effected. A con vie tiou has forced taett on my mind, that by demo crat* pledged to each other upon a common ptat form of principle*, the division could and ought to havebceuprevented. ... ~ .. ... You are aw are. that the principles of the Balti more Convention, and the policy intimated iu the inaufrural address, the President and constitu tional advi-er* stand pledged to before the World. They have been and are united as one man upon these principles and that policy, and hail n asonto bellewc that all gentlemen who con-euted to accept the office under the administration stood pledged to the same principle* and policy- As. the President underMandsthepnncipleavow r d a- the platform of the party at Baltimore, all de mo-rats who joined in upholding aud earryin* out the same w ere entitled to he recognized a- worthy of the confidence of the united party, and conse quently eligible to official station. That all could not obtain office was manifest, and that the distribution could not he exactly equal e,mon?st the different section* of the party, w;is equally certain. -*>t the distribution was intend<l to be so made as to jrive just cause of complaint to no one section, and it Is believed that this intention ha# been carried out, not only by the President himself, hut by most of bis appointees, in respect to the offices under the latter. Ii has so happened that yo*ir appointments have b -ori very generally made from that portion of the party to which you adhere. Thi» you thought best calculated to secure union hik! hannony. That de sirable object has failed to be obtained, and the oth er portion of t!ieparry feel that tbey have not been fui'y recognized by you, arid, as tilings now stand, inav not do justice to your motives. I call yocr attention to this subject, and to the iact that the Pro sident and his Cabinet, with entire unanimity, re cognized that portion of the party ae democrat* distinctly avowing and tirnrtj maintaining the prin < .rJee ot the Baltimore platform, and entitled to be recognized by appointment to official stations ia your department. Allow me to express the expec tation that you will so recognize tlieuiinthe ouly « ay that, will carry conviction with it. 1 have rot hitherto deemed it necessary to make any particular inquiry ae to the section of the dem ocratic party to which persons nominated for posi tions in the custom house at New York belonged prior to the reunion of the party in I*49—which re union was suppled to Lftve been thoroughly ce mented in the ar«at and triumphant content in But as the present excited ctate of feeling among political iriei.As who acted together in 1852, and who now stand unequivocally upon the eairt • platform of principles ia New York, is suggestrre of a discrimination o! which the administration will not approve, I shall send a copy of tiii-s letter to the Naval Officer and the Purveyor of the Port, in order that there may !>e no misapprehension to the policy which the I'resident will require tole pursued. I am, very respectfully, Jamsjs OrTHaiE. G. C. Branson, Esq., Collector, New York. President Santa Anna. —Tbe extensive mis representation of the President of Mexico, by the American press, and the misconstruction of lis mo tives in the late movement of troops towards the Kio del Norte, have induced the Mexican Legation in Washington to make an eifort publicly to cor rect the misapprehensions referred to. Conse quently, the National Intelligencer surrenders its columns for the publication of a letter tending to ehow that Santa Anna's object is to strengthen his defences, and give to his country "a serene ar*l solid aspect to the eye of surrounding nations.'" Indian War in Oregon.-— Tiie Washington Star of Saturday, has the following: We regret to learn that official information has been received by the Government at Washing:oc, that the difficulties which have for some time exit ed between the Indians and white inhabitants of Rosue River Valley, in the Territory of Oregon have reached a state of actual war. The Indians had murdered several persons, among others, tbe Hon. John Ji. Hardin and Dr. Rose. The settlers had suspended all bu-iness, and taken refuge in forts. Captain Alden, of the 4th Infantry, stationed 6t Fort Jones, was at the last accounts marching to the seat of war with a few regulars and several hundred volunteers. Volunteers were marching frorn other directions. Several hundred Indian warriors are said to have assembled at Table Rock —many of whom are well provided with arms and ammunition. DEATHS FROM YELLOW FEVER—FIRE. Moile, Oct. 4.—Judge Dargen, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, died of yellmw fe ver yesterday. Mr. l'arks and Mr. Skinner, both prominent men of this place, died of the epidemic to day. Rev. Mr. Massey lies dangerously ill, but h&pes are entertained that he will recover. There ia#yet been no frost in or in tbe neighborhood of the city. The epidemi* is gradually wearing away. The residence of Jonathan Emanuel, who is now absent from the city, was destroyed by fire to-day. fiujjposed to be the work of an incendiary, as the house was not occupied. Loss abonSi£4o,Uoo. Az.rasy, Oct B.—On Friday a bpilet at the steam taw mill of Vansittarf and Cottle, in the township East Oxford, Canada, exploded, killing four men who were in the mill at the time. New Orleans, Oct. 7.—The city is .now quite healthy. The weather h coo! and delightful, and the absentees are returning in crowds." Business is reviving. Mobile,::? still sickly. Nine deaths occurred there yesterday, including three froru yellow lever. Philadelphia, Oct. 8. —The steamer City of Glasgow sailed to-day for Liverpool with "JOO pas sengers stud $13,000 in specie. Boston-. Oct. 7.—Telegraphic despatches from Nova Scotia-state that several American liai.eruien had been ashore at Cape Breton. The schr. B. P. Howard, of <?loucegter. had hjlged. The brij Kate Heath is ashore on Hospital'island,! an Boston 13 arbor. Boston, Oct. 7.—A terrible g&le prevailed <ja tht coast yesterday. The light ship at Mmot's Ledg« has been carried away. Chevalier Hulseinann, the Austrian Minister, is now at New Haren. I Philadelphia, Oct. 7.—Nathaniel G. Bird, alia T)r. Hunter, the bigamist, was sentenced to-day 8 ■Camden to 10ye&re imprisonment <Lu the TrentOi penitentiary, at hard labor. Albany, Oct. 7.—The boiler of Hie sawmill Kaet Oxford, Canada, i uv jjjjjjj Jour men. New York, OcU 7. —The Odd Fellows of thi city have contributed SI,ICO for the reUef of thei brethren at New Orlean#. i O'den Hoffman, it is raid, will decline the Whi Domination for Attorney General of New York. An unsuccessful attempt was made a lew nigl ago to break open the Pavings' Bank, at Wheelii Va. John Hicke, who lately killed his wife woanded his father-in-law in Haywood coui Tenn., hag been arrested. KL-eane, convicted in Warren cqunty, Ohio forgery, Las been taken to Columbus to await trial in the the Martha Wauhinetnn case. j Wheeling, Oct. 7.—The water in the Ohic again ri-t n, and no fears are entertained o! lurtber (all for this season. The steamers t<i cinnati are ijuife regular. The freighting, a& as the passenger businew, has largely incrj aud a great quantity of goods from the Eattj lately arrived Irown the river. I False Pbetence*.—A New York Tor yer, named Waastaff, has been convicted ill county, New York,of obtaining money unj pretences, and sentenced to jail jor Jburl and lined fciOO, besides f-JOO cost*. J India. I "he advices from India de«< teartul lamiue which prevails iu J!urmab peace patched up has be 'n evidently cau« want of provi-ions. it conjectured to 1 swpei.si ,no( arm-, and all the Indian pa template a renewnl oft!; war. i Bev. John Wirherspoon, I), d. f or manv ' ,|iurth >" "aw J] th. 23th ult., 1« y,. ar 0 j [,j s „J Jiui, Simon Oreenlea', IVe-ilent fccb|Xil of Howard Ut.iversi'y, Carabi di*i ofl Thuriday night last, ufupoplJ THE MARKET?. Baltimore, Oct. B.—-Th«re were do tain of flour to-day antil near thr dote ot the marker. There were buyer* at W. 021-2, but holder* refuted to takf it until the cloae of the market, when TOO bbU rity )liUf treet W<?re * W,d at 63 1Z Noth % in N«w Glean,, Ot, p, P . M .-The fiour market it . J' uyer * ** kin ? * concettion. Hale* *r i 5 " " W W lor ,«tate, to »' i t ,< J r ?° nthcr n- Rye flour and corn ineal unchanged. Wheat hen Tier—sales ol 40.000 u£ C l' rI?T a r ° r wbite Michigan, to 14.". n it. t r- 0 wlille - Vorn rteaily—talea *20,000 buthcU white at 86c; yellow 87 a 88c. Oats ami rye are hrnter—« alight advance. _ AMUSEMENTS theatre. ~ Hi- L \^ s r °. r Sole LeMee. \t r ii i A'ticg Manager. Mr. H. Uwia, Su« e Manager. MONDAY EVENING. October Mitb, 1&53 RIVALS. •Abtolute Mr. Griffith. Capt. Ab.olnte T lor- Lvd'.aLanguuh rimce Mr«. Mala prop V lrs. Talzman. La Miss Partington. that I Love"—Mfas A. I nee. GOOD FOR NOTHING. Tom Dribbles Mr. S. Ryan. - Nan Mr*. Place. C & Door* open at 7. I'triurmance to commence at 7J o'clock. t#** Admission—Boxes and Parquette, 50 cents; Second Tier, entrance on Broad street, (formerly Pic door,) 25 cents; Centre Gallery, 50 cents ; Col'd Gal lery, (Es*t,) 37J cent*; Colored Gallery, (We«t,) 23 cents. Jjp'Boxoffice open from 10A M., to3P. M., when scats may be seenred. ETKOPOLITAN HALL 6 NIGHTS LONGER. W YM AN, THE WIZARD ANI) VENTRILOQUIST, in consequence of tin: unabated desire to witness hi. VARIOUS WONDERS, will continue his POPULAR EXHIBITIONS dcring the week, commencing oa MON DAY EVENING. Oct. 10, 1853, Closing positively on Saturday Eveninp, 15f.h in«tant. FsT'l 'he Performance will be varied each evening. Doore open at 7, commence at $ to 8 o'clock. See small billc. ocIO J. TOY. Agent. ODD FELLOWS' HALL—MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 11 and 12. Mid-Day Entertainment, WEDNESDAY After noon, at 2 o'clock. THE FAKIR OF SIVA, The Great WIZARD and VENTRILOQUIST in hie unparalleled Wonders, and the ETHIOPIAN BROTHERS, Masters CHARLES and LEWIS RENT/, 1 and 9 years of aee, assisted bv their broth ers, L. R. and R. Z. RENTZ, iu their Songs, Ethio pian Melodies. Dances, fcc. Good order preserved. Front seats for Ladies. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Tickets 25 cents : children 12} cents. For particulars see small bills. oc 10— ts Broad rock race s—Win com mence on the second TUESDAY in October, 18">3, end continue f'ur ! t jl. FIRST DAY—i'UKSDaY Vlth. — ■»weep? a'*e»fir three yearoid colts and titleys, two mile heats, $(100 entrance, halt" forfeit—three subscribers aird closed. 1. Cupt. John Belcher names, Dr. Cabell's bay til ley by Herald, dam imported. 2. Mr. .las. Talley names ch. fdley by Herald, dam Betsy White. 3. C. be. N. Green, name grey horse Cranite bv Pulvdore, dam Andrewftta. S'ECON D DAY—WEDN E S D A Y.—Proprietor's Parse, 8250, two mile heats, free for ail ages. Second Race—Same Day.—A fine set ofDouble Harness for a Buggy; one mile out, free for saddle horses only ; SlO entrance. THIRD DAY—THURSDAY.—Jockey Club Puree, Four Mile Heats, $300, with an inside stake of $250, in which Capt. John Belcher names Red Eye, and C. It N. Green name Lawson. FOURTH DAY—FRIDAY.—A Post Stake, $250 entrance, half forfeit; mile two cr more to make a race—now two subscribers. This stake will close tbe 29th inst., up to which time any one can subscribe bv addressing the undersigned. ry SECOND RACE—Same Da v.—A purso of $100, entrance $10, distauce eric quarter a mile, for all who choose to :un As there are very many tine quarter horses in this section, at this time, this is ex pected to be an inters sting race. se 17d:d C. Si. N Proprietors. VALUAULE HEAL RRORERTY EN T THE COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD, FOR SALE.—The subscriber will sell at public sale, on FRI DAY, the 14th day of October, that very desira ble residence called Oak Hill, in Chesterfield county, the residence of the late Dr. Samuel H. Royal!. The farm contains about 200 acres of laud, apportion of which is highly improved, and adapted to the growth of wheat, corn, oats. Stc. The dwelling heuee, school house and out-buildings are very commodious, and in perfect repair. To a physician, or those desirous of establishing a boarding school for females, this property offers ia ducements rarely to be met with. Dr.Wm;h. John son, who lives near, will take pleasure in showing the property to asj one wishing to see it before tbe sale, and also in giving any information that may be de sired concerning the property. At the same time, will be sold about 380 acres of wood land, distant about two miles from the resi dence; and immediately after the sale of the land, the personal propertv of every description will be sold, to wit: Horses, Cows and Hogs, crops cf Corn, Fodder, Oats, Straw, &c., Farming Utensils, Carts, 'Wagons. &c., and a large quantity of very saperior household Furniture. Tbe terms for the land will be one-third in cash, balance on a credit of one and two years, bearing in terest; for the personal property, cash for all nuns ender $50; that amount and over, a credit of 6ix months will be given ADELAIDE P ROY ALL, Executrix of S H. Royall, deceased. ■g"he above sale will take place on the premises, »t 12 o'clock, noon, on the 14th day of October, 1853. GODDIN St APPERSON, oc 10—dtds Auctioneers. 1/VI V E HUNDRED DOLLARS RE WARD.—THE ANTIDOTE by Dr Jeffries cures a certain disease in from three to five days, without restriction as to diet, exposure or application to bu siness. The proprietor the anti dote will TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Arrival of the Eldorado, LATER FROM CALIFORNIA Ntw Orleans, Oct. 9,1853. The Steamer Eldorado baa arrived at this port with sixteen day*' later news from California.— The Illinois left Aapinwall for New York with one million and a quarter dollars in gold. The elections in California resulted in favor of tbe Deux c rats. JJigler has been re-elected Gover nor. The vote was dose. Governor Lane has effected a treaty with the hostile Indians on Rogue Rn er. The mining fntelligrace is favorable—fresh dis coveries of gold being made. WANTS. VV"AN r l ED—By a young girl, a situation *▼. to learn the VEST BUSINESS. Addre*. H. B-i Digpatch office. oc :o—lt* \V ANTE D—Employment as Clerk. I Book-keeper or Superintendent of a Store, bv to Englishman, aged 29, who ha* had 12 veari prac tice in mercantile pursuit* in Loudon. Highest tes "'"ofiV.Vcharacter and ability. Address, BOOK KEEPER, care t»f Mr. R. Rankin, Dcck street, oc 10—2t* WANTED.—A HALE suitable lor a v v Musical Academy, in the centre of the City, and immediate possession desired. Apply at tbis of- oc 10—St* Vy ANTED, A SITUATION.—Wanted ™ T by an industrious young man, about 18 years of age, a situation in a Grocery, China or Commission « B P ec " a kJ e references given. Apply to Mr. £IMON BONAVITA, Main sireet, opposite the R » llkp - oc 3—2w* WANTED— An APPRENTICE to learn thfe bakiiig business. Aptly to 0c ADAM & CO., 144 Main street. XjiTANTED—Ten good CARPENTERS. 7 wa * ea ac d steady employment. Enquire at the office of the Superintendent of the Richmond and Danville Railroad. oc 8 St* ANTED, IMMEDIATELY — Two good PLOUGH STOCKERS, to whom libeial wages will be given. GEO. WATT & CO., Franklin St., next to R. H. Dickinson Si Bro's oc 7—St* T>LACKSMITH WANTED.—Wanted tu •■-7 hire, a No. 1 Smith, to whom the best wages and steady work will be given. Apply to JOHN A. FOSTER. Also, SIX BOYS, for Cart Drivers. oc 6—6t \| ILL IN EPS WANTED.—Two or three good Silk Milliners. Apply at N. C. BARTON'S, Oct;—l tf IC9 Main st. WANTED— EXCHANGE ON LON DON, by KF.NT PAINE & KENT. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY —A TIN PLATE AND SHEET IRON WORKER, (Job Workman ) The very best wages and constant employment will be given. WAITE k SENER. oc 3—l2t* Fredericksburg. Va. WANTED TO RENT—A DWELLING HOUSE, containing five or six rooms—would like to get possession during the next month. Apply to JNO. W. WRIGHT W ANTED.—A young Man, a native of Cumberland County, who has an extensive acquaintance, and who could command a large share of country patronage from that section of the State, wants a situation as Salesman in some stere in this city. Apply to ALLEN &. CROUCH, Intelligence and Agency Office, oc 1 Cor. Broad nod Ninth sfs. WANTED. —I wish to hire a good L'ooS, Washer and Ironer, for the balance of the year, and also, a good Dining Room Servant. Apply to ED. D. EACHO. °c 1 Gecl. Agent and Collector. WANTED —A YOUNG MAN, who has had some experience, desires a situation as OVERSEER in some Tobacco Factory. Business being his object, he would be willing to take a very moderate saiaiy. ALLEN k CROUCH, Intelligence and Agency Office, se 27 Corner of Broad and 9ih sis. subscriber wishes to employ tv.o A journeyman TAILORS, immediately, for Fall work. W. H. MANN. Gordonsville, Oct. 5, 1853. st» II^OUND. —A Dark Bay MARE, with white spot on forehead and tail. The owner can have her by applying to JAMES TREWOLLA. oc R—lt* Se/ionri S' r EYV FALL. AND WIN 1 Etc L>Kl GOODS —I have in store a well selected stock of Fall and Winter DRY GOOD 1 -', bought at the North for cash, and I can and will sell them as chfap as the Goods can be bought in any city in the Union. Rich brocade dress Silks Plain, changeable and figured Silks Black Silks of all kinds; Crape Shawls French, English and German Merinos Superfine (all wool) Delaine, all colors Figured Delaine 12 cents, to the finest quality Long Shawls; silk Wrappers, in sreat variety Silk Velvets for visites; pointed Velvets Fringes and Gimps for trimming; silk Mitts Linen Table Damask; Napkins and Towels Russia Diaper; brown linen Damask 12-4 Sheeting; 6-4 pillow case Cottons French needle-worked Collars, Sleeves. Hdkfs Infants' Frock Wsicts; cambric and Swiss Bands Marseilles Quilts; Fringes Bed and negro Blaukete; Linreys and Kerseys Domestic Goods at factory price* JACOB A. LEVY'S oc 10 Cheap cash stores. 15 and 75 Main st. HAVE you ever used the V IKUIMA MAGIC WASHING FLUID? If yeu have not and wish to keep ahead by economising your time, la bor and money, aud saving the wear and tear of clothes, get at once some of this celebrated Washing Fluid. Its great utility once seen and experienced, its use will never be given up. Price 12* cents a quart. For sale by E. J. PICOT it CO, oc 10 Druggists. RINTS, MOUSELINES, &c.—Prints, Mouselines, Cashmeres, fee., in great variety, jMyale by C. HARTWELL t CO. BtabgLWOOL HOSE. —Chil-; Wool Cotton CO. AUCTION BAT.BR future days. BY GODDIN It APPERSON CIX VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS O an Arch and 7th streets, in the City of Rich mond. for sale at Auctioa. Will be mid. on SATURDAY afternoon, the 15th October. 1853, upon the premises, commencing at 4J o'clock, lix valuable Building Lou, on the North line of Arch and West line of 7th street, each fronting about 21 feet, running back 77 feet to an alley- These Lota are contignotu to the Tredegar Iron Work*, Pe tersburg Depot, and aeveral large manufacturing es tablishments, and offer peculiar inducement* to umr disposed to porchaae in that improving part of the city. Terms—One-third caah, balance at 3 and 6 month*, for negotiable note*, intereat added, and title retained till laat note ia paid. oc« OODDTN k APPERSON, Ancta. THIRTY BUILDING LOTS OX A CHURCH HILL, near Mr. Heckler's, for aale at Auction. Will be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 19th October, 1553. upon the premise*, commencing at t o'clock, abe at 30 handsomely located Lou, on Church Hill, near the residence of Mr. V. Heckler, and bounded by 27th, 28th, T and V street*. Terms —One-third casb, balance at 3 and 6 month*, for negotiable note*, interest added, and title retain ed till laat note is paid. oc 6 GODDIN k APPERSON, Auct*. VALUABLE PRIVATE DWELLING ou Grace street, Churca Hill, for sale at Auc- Will be sold, on TUESDAY afternoon, the 18th October, 1853. upon the premise?, commencing at 4h o'clock, that valuable private Dwelling on the Nortn side of Grace, between 23d and 24th streets, now in the occupancy of Mrs. Eliza G. Carrington. The house ia remarkably well built, and with the addition of a few hundred dollars expended in repairs and im provements to it, could be made a moat comfortable and desirable residence. The view of James river and the surrounding country is quite pleasiug to the eve. The neighborhood ia equal to any on Church Hill. Terms—Accommodating, and made known at the time of sale. oc 6 GODDIN t APPERSON, Anct*. 4i> HANDSOME AND VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS IN MANCHESTER FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold, on Thursday afternoon, the 20th October. 18.53, npon the premises, commencing at 3J o'clock, in the order advertised, half lota No*. 11, 12, 26. 40, 41, in the plan of Man chester, bounded by McDonough and i'e.rrv streets.— Also, half acre lots, Nos. 10 and 12, in Mayo's plan, adjoining Manchester, boundtd by Lawrence and Jones streeta—Also, half acre lots Noa. 36 and 57 in the same plan, bounded by Burroughs atreet. The above lots will be divided to suit purchasers. After which, will be sold lots Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 in W. H. Brander'a plan, each froutiug 30 feet on Jackson street, between Porter and Bainbridge stre«u, running back 125 feet, to au aliley 14 feet wide. The above lots are beautifully located, and some of them (within a few hundred feet) are near the Depot and Workshops of the Panville Railroad company. The attention of Capitalists and others is invited io this sale, as it is believed that property in Manches ter is enhancing and will continue to rise in vaine; besides, some of these lots are so convenient to the people ot Richmond, that those residing near Mayo's bridge cauld ssctire themselves a desirably located building lot, where no city taxes wouid have to be paid, at a comparatively small outlay. TERMS. —One-third cash, balance at three and six month?,<br negotiable cotes, interest added, secured by a trust deed or title retained. Q-C GODDIN k APPEJISON, Aucts. BY JAMES M. TAYLOR. Houses and lots and vacant LOTS IN FULTON AT PUBLIC AUCTION. —On WEDNESDAY, 11th inst., commencing at 12 o'clock, M., will be sold, two new Frame Houses and Lots in the town of Fulton, on the south side of State street These houses are now rented to good tenants at 20 per centon their value, and will always be in demand The Lots front 30 feet each and run back 130 feet to an alley 10 feet wide. After, which will be sold, about 10 Lots near the above, and well situated for improvement. Terms—One-third cash ; balance, six and twelve months with interest and title retained, se 30 JAS. M. TAYLOR, Auct. FORTY LOTS ADDlTlONAL.—lm mediately after the sale of the abo-ve property, will be sold. 40 LOTS, situated in Fulton on seme of the principal streets, and being for the most part well adapted for building sites. T-:rm3—One-third cash; balance at 3, 6 and 9 rco's. with interest, and title to be retained until payment in full. oca JAS M. TAYLOR, Auctr. VALUABLE LOT UM ROCKETTS ▼ STREET AT AUCTION.—After the sale in Fulton, will be sold on the premises, that valuable LOT on liocketts street, opposite Hawkins k Libby's and adjoining the residence of Mrs. Mull,' being the same lot on which the bowling a'ley now stands, fronting' 22 feet and running back 66 feet. Terms—One-third cash; balance at 4 and 3 months, with interest, and title withheld. ocs JAS. M. TAYLOR. Anctr. BY KENT. PAINE i KENT. Trustee of wool, WOOLEN GOODS, BRICKS, IRON, COP PER, MACHINERY, BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS, &c., at Richmond.—By virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me by the Virginia Woolen Company, on the 2Sth dav of September, lS r j3, and recorded in the Clerk's offire of the Court of Hustings lor the city of Richmond, I shall, on TUESDAY, the Xlth day of October next, proceed, at public auction, to sell the following property. The sale will begin at 10 o'clock, A. M., in front of the site of the late manufacturing mills of the com pany, bet«veeu 11th and 12'.h streets, in the city of Richmond, where will be sold all the remains of the Woolen Mills, Machinery, Fixtures, itc.; consisting in part of The Brick Work of the Mills, he., standing and fallen, supposed to .contain about 230,000 brickß, The Iron Work of the Machinery audFixtures, es timated as amounting to 90,000 lbs A large lot of Steam aud Gas Pipes, jiCopper Ket tles anti Pipes, 2 Steam Boilers, I Engine Head and Gears, One large set Blacksmith's Tools, Waale-houje tuad Blacksmith's snop. One large lot YVool Waste, 5 packages Teazles, The remaining Wood Work of the Milk, Platform, Bridge, 4ic. Much of the Iron Work can still be used as Ma chinery. Directly afterwards, over the store house of E. B. Skinker, on Cary street, between 14th and 15sh streets will be sold, two bales and 75 pieces Flannels. Cashmarets and .Tweeds; about 48 000 lbs. Wool of different kinds; the larger part of this is New York and Virginia pulled Wool, and Ohio and If-ew York fleece Wool of high grades; Yarn Waste, Card Cloth ing, Hydrometers, Thermometer, Oleometer, Aika limeter, Magnifying Glass, Sic. » The property will be shown to any persons desi rous of examining it, by application, at any time be fore tie sale, to me or to Mr. John Waterncuie, the agent of the company. TERMS.—Cash for all sums under $100, all sums over that amount upon 4 months credit for negotiable cotes with approved endorsers, interest added. VALUABLE MANUFACTURING SITE AND WATER POWER. the 15tb day of November, 1353, at proceed to sell at public auction, lot of ground aud water pow- auction bales. ruruKE Days. _T~JOHH R. p. payne. household TION. -Will J£39!J?gWE AT AUC- Oet. at the a the H'h day of Koad. at h ßrt *¥°T °° *»>• Plank Furniture, under * Kitchen «rn W SJesK AT a CCTION on on the premise*, 120 (eet of uated, fronting on 2dth «treer w^i Qt v Tft streets, and will be divided Mid L .ers.Tem.liW and Mir^ t r e Pl " Cb *- ° cB - <tt ' i MARY MCENP.BT " BY DUNLOP. MONCURK GROCERIES AT AUCTION n* V* TUESDAY, the 11th Instant, «!0 o'clock, we will sell at our store, a general*— of GROCERIES, consisting in part of— 90 hhds. New Orleans and Cuba Bugars. mn.in. from fair to choice quality ® ' 11 50 bbls. Louisiana Molasses 4V boxes Sperm Candles 20 hhds. Bacon Sides 50 bbl*. Whiskey Madeira, Port and Champagne Wines Gunpowder, Pouchong, Imperial and Young Hyson Ttas Mustard, assorted Candies 7500 Cigars, some very superior Henne**y Brandy—Vintase, 1&50 and 1851 tw Sale without regard to weather. Terms—Under fino cash; over that amount, four month* credit for approved negotiable paper. DUNLOP, MONCURE k CO., Aucts. SHOES AND BOOTS. After the ab«ve sale, commencing at half past 11 o'clock, we will sell— 250 caaes BOOTS and SHOES, comprising a desira ble end seasonable assortment of work for Men and Women, Boy* and Miases' wear. Terms as above. oc 6 DUNLOP, MONCURE fc CO., Anct*. FIVE HANDSOME LOTS ON FRANK LIN AND PINE STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on the premises, on WED NESDAY AFTERNOON, 12th October, at ha I .f past 4 o'clock, 140 feet of Ground ou the north line of Franklin street, and east of Pine street, running back 150 feet to an It will be divided into live lots, oi 28 feet each. These lots are opposite the Public Square, and are justly regarded as the *nost beauti fully located of any in that truly Improving part of the vicinity of Richmond. Terms.—-One-fourth cash; balance at 4. 8 and 12 months for negotiable notes, interest added and title retained till last note is paid. oc 1 GODDIN fc APPERSON, Aucts. House and lot on broad, be- TWEEN JEFFERSON AND MADISON STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, the 14th October, 1853. npon the premises, commencing at 4 o'clock the small brick TENEMENT on the North side of Broad, between JetTeraon and Madison streets, now occupied by B. Tate and adjoining Mr. Miller's bakery. The Lot fronts 22 feet, run* back about 137 feet to an a)Wj'. Terms—One-third cash: balance at 3 and 6 months, with interest, for negotiable notes and title retained till last note ia paid. GODDIN t APPERSON, Auct*. After the foregoing sale, will be sold a newly erect ed frame DWELLING on the South side of Duval street, near to Brook Avenue, now owned or occupied by Thomas Martin, a free man of coior. Terms, wme as above. oc 4 GODDIN fc APPERSON. Aucts. TEAMED DWELLING ON MONROE J- STREET, BETWEEN CLAY STREET AND P.ROOK AV ENI'E, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.— Will be sold, ou FRIDAY AFTERNOON, the 14th day of October, 18.53, upon the premises, commencing at 5 o'clock, the House and Lot on the East line of Monroe street, between Clay street and Brook Ave nue, now in the occupancy uf Mr. Montague. The Lot fronts 48 feet, runs back 130 feet, more or less. TERia-—One-third cash, balance at 3 and 6 mouths for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retained till last note is paid. By order of the executor of W. D. Jennings, de ceased. °c4—td GODDfN L APPERSON,,Aucts. VALUABLE PKU PERTY FOR SALE.—In pursuance of a deed of trust execu ted to the undersigned. Trustee*, by Henrv Exall, dated the 14th day of June, 1845K and recorded in the Hustings Court Clerk's office of the City Richmond, on the 23th of the same month, to secure the payment of 83,200 to the Trustees of Mrs. Jane Montague,we Bhc.il, on Tuesday, the 11th day of October next, at 1 o'clock, p. M., proceed to sell, on thepremises, the real estate conveyed by the said deed; being all the unex pired term of a lease of 2 lots, or parcels of land, in the City of Richmond, on the Eastern side of 15th street, bouuded on the South by the property of Wort ham McGruder, and on the North by the property of the estate c» John Alien, deceased, fronting each 20 feet on said 15th street, and running back 100 feet: which lease was made to the said Henry Exall, bv Frances Tompkins, by her deed dated the sth of May, 1546, and reccrded in the said Hustings Court Clerk's oi fice the 7th of August, in the same year, with all the right, title, interest and estate acquired by the eaid Henry Exall under the said deed of Frances Touid *ins. By the deed from Mrs. Tompkin!, the said lots were ceased by Henrv Exail, for the term of 10years, from the Ist day of July, 184»i, at the rent of #200 per an num, pavable quarterly; he to erect two buildings, each 20 feet front, and at least 70 feet deep, and four stories high above the cellar, which have been erect ed accordingly. At the end of the terra of ten years, Mrs. Tompkins may have the buildings valued by three persons, chosen as in the deed, aud ' may take them at such valuation ; oi, if she declines to io so, the lease is then to continue for five years longer, on the same terms; or4tmay be\o continued for five years longer, without a vakiatioS, and so on for each succeeding period of five wars, if«t exceed ing 20 ycarsin all. from the expiration of the first term often jcars; that is, 30 years from the Ist of July, 1846 ; at which time, Mrs Tompkins is bound to take the buildings at the valuation which mav then be made by persons appointed, as provided by "the deed. This is believed to be a correct abstract of the provis ions of the lease ; but persons wishing to purchase are referred to the deed of lease itself. Terms:—So much of the purchase money as may be required to defray the expenses of executing the trust and to discharge the said principal sum of $3,200, with any interest which may be due thereon and unpaid, that is about $3,500 or $1,000, as will be more" par ticularly stated on the day of sale, to be paid in cast; $5 000 of the residue to be paid on the 27th day of February, 1654; and the remaining part of the pur chase money to be paid in twelve months from the day of sale ; the credit instalments to be secured by notes, with approved endorsers, and a deed of trust on the property. THOS. T. GILES, > - . A. J. CRANE, \ Trustees. The eale to be conducted by the undersigned. GODDIN k APPERSQN, Sept. 29th, 1853.—td. Auctioneer!. |\/TOST BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY XTJL SEAT, n MILES WEST OF THE CITT NEAR THE PLANK ROAD, FOR SALE AT AUC TION.—The beautiful Estate, owned by Mon*. Prave containing 150 acres, will be sold at auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the 11th XJctober, ias3. if fair day, commencing at 3J o'clock, into three parcel**, made. The THIS D4V. BY GODDIN k AFTERS ON BT ALEX. NOTT k CO. Medicines at auction—th» (Monday) MORS mo, commencing at » o'clock, we will Mil at taction, at the office of Teas»'«, oo Church Bill, corner of Broad Mb streets, a choice collection of MEDICINES, *•, embracing the usual wiety. Terms cash, oc 1# ALEX. NOTT fc CO., AmU VALUABLE hcuse and lot om ▼ JACKSON STREET. FOR SALE AT AUC TION.-Will bo Mid. en MONDAY, the 10th day df October, lU3, opon the premises. commeocief at 4) o'clock, the valuable BRICK TENEMENT, o« tte •oath lice of Jsckson street, now in the occupancy at Mrs. Rebecca Baker. The hooae i* in axceuaatro pair, and haa avenr convenience for a genteel family. Terms: One-third cash, balance at one and tw jeara, for bonds or notes, bearing interest, tecnred bj a trust deed. GODDIN k APPERSON, oc 1 Aacta. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND IN HEK- X RICO, FOUR AND A BALK MILES BELOW RICHMOND.—The subscriber offer* for sale his adU nable FARM, situated on the Osborne Turnpike, 4| pPjesfTom Richmond, containinit about 4CO acres, oat half cleared, the balance well set in oak and pine. The cleared laud is in a high state of improvement, and is well adapted to the culture of eora, wheat, oats and the (ruses. It takes clover finely. « itu a small outlay in th* purchase of ma bore, ,° m to two thousand bushels of wheat and from a to ")00 barrels of corn can annually be made. Use jmprovetnents consist of a comfortable dw ell ing Bouse with six rooms, kitchen, smoke house, dairy; • w,t ' l t . !le "sual out houses. r re 11 * splendid apple orchard, embracing from the forwardest to the litest kinds; also, an abundanM of other fruit trees. The health of the place is equal to any in Virginia, Mid the society decidedly good. It is seldom that a farm combining so many advantages, being within 40 minutes nde of Richmond, is thrown in market. It " ye /7 susceptible of a division, abounding in springs of the purest water in every part of the Farm; b«t being very anxious to sell, for tbe purpose of locating near some seminary of learning, 1 will sell a treat bargain. 1 deem it useless to give a more roiaate des cription, as any person wishing to purchase will, of course, first view the premises. If I do not sell before the 10th day of October privately—of which due notice will be given—l will then expose the Farm to public auction on that day if fair, if not the next fair day thereafter. A plat of tba land can be seen in the office of Messrs. Goddin & Apperson ; and terms, he-, apply either to them or the subscribe r.' RO. B. LYNE. Address—Richmond, Va. Sale conducted by Goddin k Appirson, Aucta. oc C The above sale will take place on the premises, at the hour of 12 o'clock, on MONDAY, 10th of' Oct ober, 18^5. oc 8 i GODDIN Jt APPERSON, Aucta. SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND.—In obedience to a de cree of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond, pronounced on the 2d July, 1853, in the esses of Wat son rs. Fletcher, and Fletcher rs. Watson, the under signed, the Commissioner therein named, will pro ceed, on SATURDAY, the 15th day of October, 18&\ at 4 o'clock, P. M , to expose to Mile, at public ano tion, cji the premises, one undivided moiety of Us HOUSE and LOT in the proceedings in said caaea mentioned, situated on 14th street, a littie below Franklin street, and opposite to the Exchange Hotel, on the following terms, that is to say : one-third of the purclkoe money cash, one-third payable in six, and the remaining third in uine months from the day of sale —the purchaser to give bonds with good sera rity. or negotiable notes, with an approved for the deterred payments, which are to bear interest from the day of sale, and the title to be retained un til the purchase money be paid, and a conveyance di rected bv the Court. ROUT. C. BTANARD, oc 4—dtrt Commissioner. (Richmond Whis copy.) LYON'S KATHAIRON, for preserving, restoring and beautifying the Hair, is the mwl delightful ana wonderful article the world ever pro duced. Its astouishing success is without a precedent in the history «t the Materia Medics. Dark arui luxuriant curls, soft and glossy hair, with scores of ad mirers, (mar* this ladies,) is the universal effect of the Kathairon. Bald and grey head* were perfectly astonished. "The Kathairon has fully restored nor hair after a baldness of 12 years. A. J. Courtrigbt, 7S Bond st., N V." The Kathairon is a certain cure for Nervous Headache, and all cutaneous diseases Sold by all dealers everywhere. Try it. Price only 25ct*, in large botties. D. 8. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Broadway, N. Y. PI'RCELL, LADD U CO. and ADIE L GRAY, wholesale agents, Richmond. oc G—dlmif IMPORTANT DISCOVERY!—RELIEF X IN TEN MINITES!!—BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are unfailing in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Hoarsneax, Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and diseises of the Lunp. They have no taste of medicine, and any child will take there. Thousands have been restore* to health that had before despaired. Testimony given in hundreds of cases. A single dose relieves in te« MINUTES. Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers—the original au4 only genuine is stamped "Bryan." Spurious kind* are offered for sale. Twentj-hve cents a box. Soli by dealers generally. J. BRYAN b CO., Rochester, N. Y.. Proprietora. For sale by J. B. WOOD. Richmond: F. H. Robert son 6c Co., Petersburg; D. R. I.yuian, Lynchburg; J. H. Patterson k Co., Wheeling. oc6—3m<f ÜbiiANJL>, WIFE, YOUNG LADY CURED.—LET FACTS SPEAK! Barrellville, Alleghany county, Md., 4 May 4th, 1852. J To Mesm. Mortimer and Mowbray :—Dear Sin— justice to Dr. Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture, I wish to inform you that I was taken sick on the 3d day of January last, with an affection of the stomach, bow els and kidneys. I was attended by four eminent physicians for'more than two montli»—all to little or no effect. I had some knowledge of the great vint«o in Hampton's Tincture, from one bottle whichf wife bad taken two years since. I came to the conclusion thatl would take no mora medicine from my physicians, but try the Tincture; and I am happy to inform you I had not taken it tw» days before I.felt its powerful influence upon iuy stomach. I have continued using the Tincture, mi am now able to leave my room, and can eat any com mon diet without much inconvenience or pressure os my stomach. . " The attiicted or their friends are daily visiting rtoe, o learn oft ho great virtue there Isin this Tincture el Hampton's. I expect to send you several certificate! in a few day*—one. especially, from a young lady wb» hm been confined to her room for twelve mouths, with* disease of the head, affecting the brain. E. W HALL. On the permanency of the cure hear him. Stitt another letter from the above ! Barrellville, Alleghany county, Md- > October IS, 1852. Mettrt. Mortimer and Mowbray.—Dear Sir*—l «— happy to inform you that thi* day finds me in tb* enjoyment of good health, by the use of your Hamp ton's Tincture and the blessings of God. 1 am ea*- bled to pursue my daily avocati.-.n* as uiraal, and I have a great desire that the afflicted should know Dm great curative power* of the Tincture. I am, with respect, yours, E. W. HALL. CHOLERA MORBUS, DIARRHtEA, DYSEN TERY, and all diseases of the Stomach and Bowela are eared by HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TIHC TURE. As a cure and preventive, it has been won derfully successful. It will be found, on inquiry, that who u*e it have an exemption from thoaa dis- to the Summer. femalea and children will find thi* • mat ha* restored thousand* to health. , VEGETABLE TINCTURE.—CaI gratis, with history of discovery and see certificates af le accommodation )Ke are the nnual (table.