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VIRGINIA FREYSOHUTZ CHORUS.
AGATHA M'lle. Axha Rosetti
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MAX Theo. Haiti mann
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A. PREDIGAM MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Last night of the Opera,
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Shakspeare s Glorious Tale,
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RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 18717 VOlT IT* NO. 37.
House of Dclevnles.
House met at 12 o'clock.
Prayer by Rev. Dr. Woelbridge, of the
The journal of yesterday was read by
The Chair announced the following
STANDINII COM MITTEIiS.
Immigration —Parks, Lovenstein, Rorger,
Fulkerson, Rooker, Klliott, Allen, RoTer,
Lewis, Van Auken, and Jorgcnson.
Courts of Justice —Rrooke, Coghiil,
Dooley, Strothcr, Clopton, Roriand,
Robertson, Rooker, Gray, O'Ferrall, and
I'rivilegi and Kleclions —Cummings,
Thompson, Rowen, Riddlesbargcr, Har
desty, Walke, Radford, Grilfith, Talia
ferro, Scruggs, Rristow, Evans, and P. K.
Schools and Colleges —Hill, Poague,
Gilman, Watts, Gardner, Roler, l'nlker
son, Neale, Scruggs, Fitzgerald, Jorgenson,
Douglas, and Rufus S. Jones.
C/tesapeake and Us Tributaries —.Vail,
Keyser, Rristow, James, Warner T. Jones,
Ragwell, Kelly, Donald. McMullcn, Went
worth, and Young.
Finance —Daniel, Cummings, Matthews,
Thomas, Sutherlin, Ragwell, Donald,
Graves, Renton, Snidow, Douglas, and
Prepositions and Grievances —Watts,
Lawson, Robertson, Swami, Anderson,
Graham, Paul Lightner, Kincheloc, Dalton,
Koble, Young and Page.
Roads and Internal Xavigution —Walker,
Wall, Hill, Deneale, J. Thompson Brown,
Wharton, Kelly, Parks, Head, Campbell,
Powell aud Christian and Raipsdel.
Claims —Strothcr, Smith, Cotterell, Wil
liams, Rryant, Smoot, Allen, Gresham,
Reaton, Lassiter, Delaney and Matthews.
Militia and /Vic.—Elliott, Radford,
Warner T. Jones, Dooley, O'Ferrall,
Clopton, Rowen, Southiill, Wentworth,
Cox and Nickens.
Asylums and I'risnns —Lawson, Keyser,
I_ewis, Walker, J. Thompson Brown, A.
B. Lightner, Duller, Rishop, Stephens,
Van Auken, Norton and Coleman.
Hcsoliitions —Thomas. Rrooke, Clopton
Walker. Gray, Hardesty, Suttle, Taliaferro'
Irvine, St. John, Patterson and Ramsdel.'
Enrolled Hills — Lovenstein, Early,
Gresham, Roler, Griffith, Kincheloe, Mil
ler, Munsey, Noble and Douglas.
House F..epenses —Warner T. Jones,
Poague, Watson, Thomas and Snidow.
Labor and I'oor —Thompson, James,
Sristow, Sangster, Munsey, Fletcher, Ir
vine, Allen, Rogers, Noble, Jno. G. Drown
Public Pro/ierty —Rurkholder, Rowen,
Bernard, Williams, Payne, Miller Jack
,'arter, Minor, Sangster," James S. Gilliam,
iVcntworth, Patterson and Freeman.
lianks, Currency and Commerce —Rooker,
Vowlin, Lovenstein, Rerger,Swanii, Smith,
Smoot, McMullen, James, Pcarce, Perkins,
Stovall and Young.
Agriculture and Mining —Sutherlin, Wat
on, Campbell, Bishop, Fletcher, Stephens,
Bernard, RatlitF, A. li. Lightner, Graham,
Ino. G. Drown, Peter J. Carter, and Dun-
Manufactures and Mechanics Ai is— -fritz,
Head, Burkholder, Fitzgerald, Rerger,
Ratlilf, Dalton, Minor, Russell, Kamsdel,
unties, Cities, and Towns —Coghiil,
s, Tidball, Elliott, Early, Christian,
tiraves, Anderson, Jack Carter, Suttle,
Russell, Evans, and Turpin.
Mr Kelly asked to suspend the rules to
ake up a bill to amend the act relating to
»ay and milage of members. House re
used to suspend the rules, and the bill
;oes to the proper committee.
This looks as if the members were dis
posed to be satisfied with present arrange
Mr. _ '.vans, of Petersburg, offered the
following, which was laid upon the table:
Wiibbba t, Il is an undeniable f.lct that Ood is
no rssiiecter of persons, but in every nation, ho
that feareth Him and wor_eth righ'teousne-?. i-<
accepted with Him : therefore, be it
Resolved. That the ministers of llie.sevcral
churches In the city of Richmond, without re
ard 10color, be alternately invited to open the
louse with prayer.
The House seems impressed with the
idea that a black man's prayers are less ef
ficacious than those of the white. If we
are to have as corrupt a body (and we have
|no idea we will) as the last, we think the
■ prayers of all the races, necessary to save
the concern from eternal damnation.
On motion of Mr. Kelly, the resolution
of yesterday was so amended as to include
the return of the acts of Assembly fur
nished the members, as well as the Code.
BILLS, AC., INTRODUCED.
Mr. (PFerrall offered the following :
! Besohed, By tho dcneral Assembly, that the
, Treasurer be and hereby instructed to suspend
I the further funding of the outstanding debt of
' Ihe State until otherwise ordered.
By Mr. Burkholder—A bill to amend
j and reenact section I) of chapter 87 of the
code of 18(10, as amended by act of April,
j 1807, entitled an act to amend certain see-
I tions of chapter 87 of the code of jjP-0,
i and in relation to the inspection of tobacco.
By Mr. Daniel—The petition of nume
| rous citizens of Essex county, protesting
j against the admission to membership of
; Watson R. Wentworth, delegate elect irom
that county. They charge that he is a non
j resident ot that county, and is besides the
j collector of customs, a Federal appoiut
j uient. The latter objection will not hold
j good, as of persons similarly situated are
; members of both bnuiclies of the Legisla-
By Mr. Southall—Rill to amend section
,10 chapter ..OS of the code of 1800, so as
ito provide payment in the county where
I cases are tried, of persons summoned from
i a distance.
At a quarter to 1 o'clock the House ad-
A few more six dollars easily made.
* Richmond, December 6.
The Lieutenant-Governor in the chair.
Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Preston.
The rule of tho Senate requiring the
ournal to be read daily, was, ou motion of
Mr. Nowlin, suspended.
HILLS INTRODUCED AND REFERRED.
By Mr. Greene—To establish a State re
By Mr. Wynne—To increase the capital
stock of the railroad company.
By same—to expedite the execution of
the will of Wm. liarrett, deceased.
Ry Mr. Holladay—To provide for the
appointment of a superintendent of regis
tration and elections in the city of Rich
By Mr. Fitzpatrick—To incorporate the
Norwood Mining and Petroleum company.
Ry Mr. Greene—Providing for the selec
tion of a site for a State Reform school, and
the erection of suitable buildings thereon.
, i viding for tho raising of a joint conunittr,.
jto inquire into and report whether any, ami
lif auy what, relief, consistent with justice
mill sound policy, can be afforded to the
people of this State against the collect ion
and payment of mile helium debts. Lies
.| By Mr. Johnson—Requesting llie Secrc
liivy ot the Commonwealth to furnish each
- member of (lie Senate with a copy of the
Code of Virginia, to be returned at the end
of tho session. Amended to include acts
of Assembly, and passed.
Ry Mr. Roller—Joint resolution propos
' ing an amendment to tho Constitution in
I'■ relation to usury, and providing for the
Hiiliiiii.sfTon of the proposition to the quali
-1 ; lied voters. Lies over.
| l!y Mr. Anderson, of Rockbridge— Pre
' , tiding for the amending of the 10th rule, so
that the Committee on Public Instructions
shall consist of not less than live nor more
i than eleven members, Agreed to.
Ry Mr. Thomas—lnstructing the Coin
; mittee for ('units of Justice to inquire into
the expediency of amending the 2d section
of chapter 171 of the code of Virginia.
Ry Mr. Nowlin—lnstructing the Com
mittee for Courts of Justice to inquire into
the expediency of amending "an act to
amend ami reenact section 1, 4, 5 C, 8, 10,
; 11,12, U_p», 2* and ßßof chapter 1 ._!, of
code of 1860, and to repeal section 3 and 9
of said chapter as to juries generally."
My Mr. Taylor, of Loudoun—lnstruct-
I ing tho Committee for courts of Justice to
inquire what amendments are necessary to
!be made in laws now iv force, in relation to
the ofJenee of rape or attempted rape.
IRy Mr. Kirkpatrick—lnstructing the
: Committee for Courts of Justice to inquire
into the expedience of so altering the oil)
; section of chapter 181! of code, as to make
! the lien of a judgment or decree in real
j estate as against a purchaser thereof for
j valuable consideration without notice, date
> from the time the same is docketed in
I the county or corporation wherein said
real estate is situate. Adopted.
j BILL. REPORTEDFROU COMMITTEE FOR
COURTS OF JUSTICE.
!To amend and reenact an act approved
March 21, '71, in relation to rule days for
county and corporation court*, and nVflar
ing when office judgments shall be fiuaj.
To amend and relnact t,u act passed Fib. -
12, 18(10, in relation to horse stealing.
The Trial of Mrs. X\ liarton.
Annapolis, Ml., Do-. 7.—ln the Whar
j ton trial the court met at 10 o'clock. The
I crowd was greater than on any previous
j day, with the number of ladies" largely mi
i creased. Several distinguished olhcers
j both of the army and navy were present
I within the bar. Here and there among the
; spectators were seen faces of gentlemen
! well known for their zeal in the pulpit,
iAn artist of a popular New York illus
| tratcd paper was sketching the scene from
I a corner of the room.
Mrs. Ilutton was called to the witness stand
when Mr. Pencil, State's attorney, said the
prosecution now proposed to renew a ques
tion which had been objected to and with
drawn yesterday, and asked the witness to
detail the circumstances connected with the
making of a milk punch at Mrs. Whin ton's
house, of which Van Noes partook, and in
which a sediment was found which proved
to be tartar emetic. He admonished the
witness not to answer until the court had
decided whether or not to admit Ihe an
The defense objected, and asked if the
: State proposed to show that Mrs. Whar
i ton made the punch, or her connection
j with it.
The State proposed to show that she was
• present when the punch was made, and
i otherwise connect her with it.
The defense Stated that Mrs. Wharton
i was now on trial for poisoning General
! Ketchum. The question might properly
j come up on tlie trial for attempting to poison
I Van Ness.
The admissability of the question was
argued by the counsel on both sides at
great length, when the court said it had
been shown by the witness, Mrs. Ilutton,
that on Wednesday Mrs. Wharton adminis
; tered a dose of medicine or mixture to
j General Ketchum ; that certain symptoms
: »oon followed, and Ketchum died shortly
] thereafter. Mr.r. Chubb had proved that
': he had purchased tartar emetic for Mrs.
; Wharton on Monday, and the court was
i clearly of the opinion that it was proper
to show that tartar emetic was in the
house under command or in control of Mrs.
! Governor l,c*lie*s Message i_ the Kentucky
Isouisvillr, Dec. o.—Governor Leslie in
! his message to the Legislature, is very
] severe on the lawless. Jle says ihe mob
law is no remedy fur anything. If a mob
inflicts death on any one all who counter
nance the act are guilty of murder, lie re
commends additional legislation which will
mure certainly reach unlawful organizations j
and evil disposed persons, and for impos
ing more strength and severity of penalties
lon public olficials for failure" or neglect to
! enforce criminal laws. He says: "1 am
i profoundedly impressed with the urgent
necessity of something being done to eftec
tually check and break up disorders. The
unwarranted interference of the federal au
thorities in local aifairs has provoked and
i aggravated much of the lawlessness exist
| ing." lie recommends the passing of an
; act admitting negroes as witnesses m courts
on the same footing as other citizens. Al
so an act admitting parties to an action
and all interested in an issue of competent
witnesses. He recommends that revenue
collected from colored people after paying
'. the expenses of collection be set apart ex
| clusively Cm tiie education of colored chil.
OoBURN Claiming the Stakes.—
('oburn claims the tight with Mace on the
grounds that the referee had no right, ac
; cording to the rules of the prize ring, to
declare the battle a draw and the outside
bets off. lie claims that Mace was beaten,
'' as he was so weak that he would not leave
: his corner. When the referee called on
them to advance and toe the scratch, Co
i burn every time promptly advanced, while
Mace always came up reluctantly and then
ran back as quick as his legs would carry
him. Coburn sa}'S Mace seemed to fall iii
. | love with his corner, as he fondly kept
j hugging it throughout the light. Joe has
telegraphed to an old friend that ha has
challenged Mace to tight him again for #.">,
--000 or 810,000 a side, or ho is wiljing to
fight him for the monevalready up.--.V. >'.
j —The Secretary of the Treasury ha.; itisued
I a notice that on and after the 7tti of March,
j 1872, the principal and accrued interest on
5-20's, coupon nnd registered, known as
I the second series, act of February 2oth,
jlB .2, will be paid with treasury deposits.
I The amount of bonds is twenty millions.
I .OCAL MATTERS.
c The Ciiesai-eaice and Ohio Rail
a [ ROAD MEETING.—The stockholders of
I , the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad com- I
pany reassembled at the Exchange Hotel j
_, | at li o'clock last evening.
|, The committee appointed on the prcsi- j
c i dent's report, through their chairman, Mr. j
1 , Stuart, announced that they had with care !
_ j examined the report and" accompanying
documents, and begged to submit tne fol- :
. lowing resolution which was unanimously \
, i adopted:
, Jtesolred, Thai the (toekholders of the Chew '
, peake mid Ohio Railroad company do approve !
- i and ado|ii 11.-, rcjiorl of the president nnd direc- j
j ioi> of Mid company, and hereby heurtily ex
. press their iiiipruli.-nlon of the energetic and judi
cious course puraued by ilicin in tho entire man- j
) agemenlol ihe affairs ol ihe said company.
* Genera] Wickam oliered the following, ;
I ' which was adopted unai.imously.
Resolved, That llie stockholders of thet'hesa
> peake and Ohio Railroad company, in (mural ' '
meeting assembled de hepeby accept the provi
sions of the act of the general Assembly of vir- i
1 gima, passed on ihe imii day of March, 1871, en
, titled "an act for tne extension and completion'
of the Unman-alee nnd Ohio railroad."
. j Maj. H. M. Bell offered the following:
, I Resbtved, That the board of directors be an- i
I thorismd and instructed to ascertain and pay a '
suitable salary to the president ol this company.
■ ; Adopted unanimously.
| I Kl.inHON OK OIFICEHS.
Colonel lialdwin moved that the entire 1
present directory of the company be re- <
There being no opposition, the chair put .
, the question, which was unanimously '
The following are the names of the di- i !
rectors: Messrs. C. P. Huntington, A. A J
j Low, VV. 11. Aspinwall.of New York;
I Pliny Fisk, of Pennsylvania; David Stew
; art, Jonas B, Clark, U' m . [}. Hatch, of !
' New York ; I[. C. Parsons, of West Vir- 1
gmia; John Echols, Wins. C. Wickham j .
and Joseph R. Anderson, of A'irginia.
Mr. John Page moved a vote of thanks j
be tendered the chairman of the meeting '
; Un- the efficient manner in which be has
presided over its deliberations. Carried.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned. :
The annual report of the President and j '
j the accompanying documents, read on the i
of llie stockholders at noon I
nbbvf the condition of the affairs I 1
toad to he gratifying to all the friends ■ _
ol : lis -rent artery of commerce. The t
bortrts of ilu- company, which were origin- <
ally phu'cd upon the market at 00 cents, '
have gradually appreciated till they, now
command 04 cents on the dollar, "with a _
still advancing tendency. The work on the
line has made gratifying progress during i..
the past year. The road is completed
from the mouth of New river to the city of l
Huntington, on the Ohio river.
That portion of the line between the
mouth of the New river and White Sul- *
phur Springs (102 miles), which will com- J
plete the line from the city of Richmond to !
i the Ohio river, is all under contract, and !
! the grading and masonry on eleven miles : 1
of it is completed and the balance of the
work Is progressing so favorably, as to
leave no doubt that the whole of ft will be „
completed, and that the cars will be run- I i
Ding daily over the entire line from Rich- i
mond to the city of Huntington before the t
close of the present liscal year. The re
port of tho Chief Engineer gives full partic
ulars in relation to the work at (Ireat Rend
tunnel, and all the other diflicult work on
this portion of the line, and also in relation t
to the work east of White Sulphur Springs
at the Lewis tunnel, Lick Run, and Jerry's
Rim, all which will bo completed before i
| the Ist of October, 1872. When this work i i
| is completed, all temporary tracks will bo I
The report further says :
Tlie surveys which hove been made during the t
past year establish the fact that connections may i
tie nuidc al either of several points on the Chesa
peake Day, having good harbors iftid abundant I
depth of watar, nnd easily accessible from the 1
ocean :it all seasons of the year, at moderate
cost. This subject will command tho early at- J
tentlon of yonr President and Directors.
You are aware that the present terminus of J
our road in the city of Richmond is at a conside
rable distance from its docks, and that conse- *
qnently a charge for cartage and extra handling «
accrues there on all freight destined for transship- c
It Is presumed that llie citizens of Richmond
arc tangible of Hie importance of having ihis re- 1
stric-ioa upon its commerce speedily removed, _
and thai they will at an early day propose 10 this
company such rights of way and other facilities I
for ex I end ing its track to the water-line, as will
be mutually bcnellcint and acceptable.
i Phk Carroll Case— Card of Geo. (
D. Wise, Esq. —We give space with plea- i
I sure to the annexed card of (leo. 1). Wise, t
I Bsq,, Commonwealth's attorney of this _
j city, who very clearly defines his duty in ! \
relation to cases of felony, showing, not i ]
j only the right, but the duly of the Com- j
• monwealth's officer, when such cases are
brought to his attention. I
The question of ('arroll's trial alter bo- t
ing once discharged, having created cousid- I <
' erable discussion among certain parties, vve : s
wrote the article of yesterday in order to | r
bring out the facts and settle the question
|of jurisdiction J this, too, without any in-i i
tention of doing injustice to any one :
.:/.-. AVi.'n — The Joi'rn.u of vi _i< rday con- „
tains n pauigraph to watch, for ihe sake of'truth,
I turn the liberty of a brief reply. lam sure you '
would not have published llie iiiisrcpreteuliiiions J
il cmuiins if you had been informed of the facts, l
Police Justice White had no poicer nailer any act
of tin Virginia Legislature to dischariic. Thomas
Carroll. The recent act to which you a'llndo gives _
i the Police Justice the right lo dispose of cases of i
ui'i. larceny and common assault and battery, j
Casus of felony and all uiher cases of misdemean
or, eicepi Uioso specified above, can only be ilis
■ posed ol in Ihe Hustings Court. j
The Code of Virginia defines what shall be
' treated its lelmiies, "such oHenees as are punish- !
1 able when commuted, wiih death or confinement
•la the penitentiary." (l_uote ihe very words ol
I tlie law). "For malicious shooting, a party coil
. I vicled, is punishable by confinement in tlicpeni- .
- | tciitiiiy, nol less! than one, nor more than ten '
. , years; for unlawful shooting, he is punishable j
, ; liy cuuiliicmeiii iv ilu- penitentiary, not less than ,
1 one, nor more Ihan live years, or at the discre- ! i
tion of a Jury (not a.judge, certainly not a magis- i
■ Irate) in fall not exceeding twelve months." The
law expressly provides for the punishment, by '
cuiiliiieiiient iv the penitentiary, and there is no i
tribunal uihcr than the jury, wiih which is vested j
tlie discretion to make it less.
I feel sure the people of lids Commonvvetillh i
' will not easily surrender the right of trial hy I
- jury, especially Ui cases of felony. The code of |
j . Virginia expressly forbids that felonies shall be
compromised; and as an ottlcer 1 have s.yorn to j '
- obey ami follow the lav.', and 1 wish it lii.-linctly I
, ilia, so long a- llie gotKl people of | •
. 1 KiciiuiOiiil shall honor me with their conlldeuce
| and suppori, 1 shall pursue the hue of my duty [ '
I i in obedience to my oath without regard lo what '
- j ihe idle or the uninformed may think or say.
, | lint I did not propose us discuss my duly: t '
, feel lhat you could noi have said, as you have, I
1 | that it was lor the take of the paltry tee, if you ■
/ I had known, thai both Carroll and his honurable
j I counsel have thanked me tor giving him (a poor (
man) every dollar of my fee. I made him a j
L i present ot i\ voluntarily, twenty-four hours be- I
5 i fore you wrote your paragraph, and so did tho
I clerk of the court, and ihus enabled him lo _*- j
i ape i oiitiiiemetir ; and iv ibis connection 1 may ,
i add ; that 1 have never in my. ollice, claimed any
i fee from a prisoner aa coaUJaa 1 had a right to
I .to, and so far llie profits of my otilce have lii-eit
tar less than they would have been otherwise.
a so. b wist.
1 Internal Ri:yi:mt:, -The collections j
,| of internal revenue in the third district of i
i ! Virginia during the month of November !
% ! were upon the following articles : Tobacco, i
, $101,088.76 ; Spirits, $249.73 ; Beer, $22-1.
--. So ; Miscellaneous, *4,11,1.73. Total, iltSii.
—Tho weather it. warm ami pMMtri tO
—Mathew JL Cullen, a son ot the lat<
Prof. Cullen of this city, has been olette.
police judge in St. Louis.
—Mr. •!. Henry Woisiger, formerly oi
this city, died in Memphis a lew days ago,
suddenly. I lit* remain*, will he brought til
this city for interment.
—An illustrated literary paper, will, il
is said, be .started in Richmond about tlei
Ist of January ; and the Sunday Tdei/ram
IS about to be revived.
—Col. Thos. J. Randolph, ol Albemarle,
was robbed of a considerable sum of mo
ney, taken from his pocket in bis room at
the Mallard House, on Wednesday night.
—Ihe quantity of water pumped into I_e
city reservoir during the mouth of Novem
ber, was 78,000,000 gallons ; daily a.er
ge, 2,.00,000 ; largest quantity 'in one
day, Monday, 20th, 2,700,000.
-The following shows the business i>l
lie letter-carriers for the month of Novem.
>cr : Mail letters delivered, 0,312 ; news
lapcrs delivered, 20,374 ; mail letters col
ected from the street boxes, W.iifU ; news
papers collected, 0,138.
—Wm. A. Parsons, sheriff |of Hooch
land county, was arrested and brought to
his city yesterday on an attachment is. tieo
>v Judge Guigon of the Hustings court, for
alleged contempt in failing to return a pro
cess in the case of Isbon C, Benedict and
Wm. C. Johnson.
_. . _ —» —______
UEK3IAN Opera.—We have never
seen an audience more delighted with and
enthused by an operatic performance than
was the brilliant assemblage that lasl. night
graced the dress C'rcle and orchestra of our
theatre. The opera produced was i'lotos's
"Stradella," than which there is none more
beautiful in the operatic repertoire. The
plot is founded upon a romantic incident in
the life of the great composer and tenor,
whose name it bears, and throughout it is
>crvaded by the very zone of musical
.Madame Romer made her second op
leamnce as Leonora, the heroine, and sang
with sweetness, and acted with naivete.
Carl l.eniinard appeared also for the se
ond time before our public in the title role
Stradella," in a part always sung by tho
enw rol/usto, and its superb music gives
he linest tenors of that class ample Held
or the display of their best powers.
Mario achieved great success in the part,
nd his execution of the prayer was alone
woith twenty prices of admission.
Beauuard rendered " Stradella" lasl
ight acceptably. His singing of the prayer
vas only a partial success, as in the high
otes he failed. It takes the best of heavy
euors to sing them purely. However, this
gentleman has a voice which possess-*
iotnc lovely notes, and on every occasion
ie illustrates his Careful artistic training,
nd thorough culture.
Carl Formes and Ilabelmatiu as the two I
landitts, were the great successes of the
ight. flic audience testified their apprec
iation of their superb acting by enthusi
tstic and continued applause. Carl Formes
las long had great celebrity in Ihe part of
mndit in "Stradella." It is ono of the
rst that gave him great prominence on the
peratic stage. He is an actor of truly
wonderful power and versatility. Hubel
mann's rendition last night, was the best
cting we have ever seen from him. He
lircw himself into the part with complete
bandon and ardor, and his performance
ras perfect. The character gives him
>ut little opportunity to discover the
yric beauty of his voice. 'Many Itisi
ight deplored this, as it was evident from
a few notes that he was iv line voice.
We can not fail to compliment in high
erms the trio in the last act between Wein
ich, Habelmaim and Formes, lt was a
nost artistic musical performance. .."<■
lave, in a long operatic experience, never
een it so well done. And it will doubt
ess be a long time before the people of
tichmond will have a chance to see three
uch consummate artists as those named
hove in a scene exclusively their own, and
haracterized by such great artistic power.
To-night, "Der Freyschutz." is given,
with the German Society of this city in the
horus. It will doubtless be a magnificent
A Political Oi/trage.—Cant. Wil
iam A. Parsons, Republican sheriff of
iooehland county, was ou yesterday ar
ested upon an attachment from the Hus
mgs Court of this city for neglecting to
erve a civil process. Captain Parsons
vas brought to this city by deputy sergeant j
lolziuger, and Incarcerated in the city
We presume, this is the first time that
ny sheriff has ever been forced into jail in
his State on such frivolous pretext, and no
no but an idiot can doubt that Capt. Par
ous owes this treatment to his political
The maximum punishment that can be
ntlictcd upon this officer is a tine of 820.
lt is alleged that certain civil process is
ued from the Hustings Court of this city
as sent by mail, to Goochland, while Mr.
'arsons denies ever having received thcin.
fe can imagine no reason why an oliiccr
would fail to serve a process when his fees
re obtained in this way. There is some
liing more iv this caso than its face mdi
Mr. Parsons had a h.aring this ■one
ig in tho Hustings court, and was lined
Chancery Coubt ok Richmond.—
'ut/ge Fitzhngh—Thursday, December 7.—
"he following cases were disposed of:
Cox and others vs. Mayo, &c, Order
declaring that the proceedings against the
uiknown parties is regular, and refusing to
equire plaintiffs to amend the bill. Cannon
. Courtney and Steger, counsel.
Carter, trustee, vs. Seldon and others,
leeree confirming report of commissioner
on the investment of the fund, and also
hat on the settlement of tho trustee's ac
counts, and authorizing the trustee to sell
the State bonds on hand and make other in
vestments of the proceeds of sale. John
ston & Williams, counsel.
Eubank and others vs. Pulliam and
others. Decree directing resale of the pro
lerty purchased by Early Corbin, he hav
ng failed to comply with the terms of sale.
Dooley and Clopton, counsel.
King, &.Q., vs. King and others. Decree
confirming report of commissioner and
ixing allowance for support and mainten-
Rnce of defendant King and his family.
fo.vard and Evans, counsel.
Court or Appeals.—After the con
clusion of the attorney general's ligament
in the Sands' case, yesterday, Mr. Young
spoke, and will conclude the argument to
day, when the court will take charge of tha
E:aso, and iv due time will render a decision
n it as well as the Chahoon ease.
The court will adjourn this session on
■ Saturday, the loth instant, and not muet
! again until the sth of January.
1 Henry Morgan, charged with unlawfully
c and feloniously breaking and entering the
1 house of Joel L'layion. Discharged, the
accuiad not iiientified.
t Geo. Henderson, charged with stealing a
i lot of staves. Found guilty and sent to
t ' jail for five days.
lienj. Miles, charged with being an cs-
I ■ caped convict from the Virginia penitentia-
I ! ry. Discharged, not being identified,
i If. B. Half, charged with being drunk
■ and trespassing upon the premises of Thos.
, I'ilgato, and using indecent language to the
• i wife of Filgate. Fined *2 for getting
Joseph EJqui arid Julia. Thomas, charged
: | with unlawfully cohabiting together. Dis
i charged, no evidence to sustain the accusa-
Keduction in Prlce ot Olothinu.
I —We ''efer our readers to the advertise
, want of Devlin. As will be seen, he hag
■ reduced the price of clothing for the rest
:of tho season ; and those of our friends
who have not yet purchased their winter
I supply will do well to give Mr. D. a call
! and take advantage of the reduction. The
; stock is still large, all manufactured for
; this year's sales, and embracer dres* and
! business suits, overcoats, underwear, and
' furnishing goods generally. The location
tis 1007, Main street.
Gaptain Hen Scott.—lVe are sorry
. to (md that the new friends of this dis-
I tinguished soldier and patriot continue to
j allow him to languish in the city jail, in
I default of security in the sum of $2,5(1.1,
| required by l_ S. Commissioner Pleasants,
j for passing a Conservative ten dollar note
jon last election day. We are informed
j that Hen's opinion of the matter is some
i thing like this :
lion'i pass l.'onserrati.e. coiinlerhtits,
l.ir Pleasant*, he is nigh,
and he will send you down 10 Hie city jail
To |iine away and die.
Since writing the above, we are pleased
■to announce that Captain Ben Scott has
! been released from jail, the following
j uamed gentlemen having become surety
', lor him, as follows: Dan Wren, W. F.
j Knox, and George D. Wise, each $250:
Dr. Theo. P. Mayo and James 0. Smith,
j $;iIK) each, and Charles M. Wallace in the
I sum of *7ud; making the aggregate amount
.of the bond, $2,500. We hope Mr. Scott
j will behave himself, be more careful in
taking Conservative money, and stay here
| until his trial takes place, by which his
j friends will be saved considerable expense.
Henrico County Court— Judae, E.
I ''. Minor, Presiding. —Jacob and Joseph
I Ilaverstraw were found guilty of an unlaw-
I ful assault and sentenced to" a fine of $5
Susan and Sarah White, indicted for
.' petit larceny, were found guilty and sen
' fenced to thirty days' imprisonment iv
A Fink Mark for 'Sale.—The fine
: thorough bred mare, advertised in our col
t umns for sale, will be Jsold to-morrow
! morning at auction, by & B. Cook, auc
tioneer. Tho opportunity of securing a
, magnificent young thorough bred marc is
I now ottered those in want of such an ani
| Vacancy Filled.—At the meeting of
; the trustees of Richmond Normal school,
jT. P. Jackson, Esq., was unanimously
elected a member of the board to fill a va
cancy caused liy the resignation of Sir. J.
18. Crenshaw. Mr. Jackson's /.eal and
i etliciency in all matters pertaining to edu
; cation are well known, and we have no
\ other thought than that he will make a most
; excellent and efficient member of the
List of Unmailable Letters Re-
MAININfI IJJ THE RICHMOND POST
erWCB, I »K<EMHI-R BTII, 1871.— W. H.
j Jackson, Salem, Va. ; Miss M. Thacker,
i Richmond ; Win. Brown, Richmond.
; Paynter and J. R. Dow to-dar put up fire
' alarm box No. ."?.;, at the Tredegar Iron
A Difference.—Gerot, the polite pro
: of the celebrated French restau
• rant, No. (112 Main street, says "there is a
decided difn-rence between latitude and
IHf" Pane k Co. nre mill selling next AnOini
rite Cotil tit from *3.7.'i to *S per ton ; CloveiTHiU |
i from |MS to . ...10 per loud. Wood at lowest
, prima for cash. Nineteenth aud Carj- or 708 j
! Grace street.
V_rTliiiiiiiu.on , s Pomade Uptime, as a Ares*. I
. iugfor the lluir. is nil thai is required; purely
v.._vi:..'i '~. :md highly perliuned, it softens, itn
provi. and beautilii-s the Hair, stroiigihciis the <
t mots, and gives ilu rich glossy appearance.—
let- sale hy nil druggists. Price, 3.5 and 73 c«.ut» j
ojpjuiivfir. Inoilnrous Ki.l 4_love Cleaner •
11-. 11s aid gloves can tie quickly and repeatedly
j cleaned and made equal to new ; even when bud- |
1..' -niled they can he readily restored. It is easy !
lof application and is perferfectly free from any 1
j dor. For sale hy druggieta and fancy (roods ,
I dealers. Price, 25 cents a bottle.
W Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powders, i
.i- strongly recommended as the best denlrifrice i
j known. It cleanses aud preserves the teeth
harden* the gums, sweetens the breath; and, con
-1 mining no acid or gritty substance, is perfectly I
harmless, and enn be nsed dally with great ad
\antage. Sold by all druggists. Price'aft and !
FIN VM'IAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Il All V STATB Jul'll.Al. Omul, j
Ricumusd, Dec. s, 1871. J
We quote llrst-class paper at 8 to 10 per
cent, pet-annum. Richmond city bonds nr« held
'hi sn cents. Virginia State stocks dull. There is
!au active it. viand lor first-class railroad secari-
Rti limouil lirnin Market.
COKH AXD Fj.ul'R EXCHANUI, I
Ku X....51), Dec S, 1871. V
W beat—While, IS2 bushels. Red. 31s do.
I Coax—White, yul bushels. Yellow 7ti bush
els. Mixed, 130 bushel".
OUT* -MX bushels.
IVIUIIII t bushels.
WB-Ar—White, 72 bushels yery good at (l.mi .
te bushels very good ou p. l. ;32 bushels com
mon, at (1.40 ;12 bushels wry common, (1.23.
Red, 128 bushels ai (1.00 for good, (1.40 for
] common, (1.011 for very common.
Coax—White, 780 bushels at Mo for very 1
: good. Yellow, 70 bushels at He. for good, tilted, 1
130 bushels at 64c.
I Oati—-Us bushels at soc. for prime, Mc for
TTOSSK FI»R SALE. —A THOR. <f\__
1> XX O I/O 1.11 KID MARE, very styhsb, AertX
gcnUe. sod laud 111 harness or under ihe saddle
-1 perfect], -ound and very fast. Sold for want ol
. j are. Can b" w .1 at Sutherland's stables, Eighth
1, ie...Main, or address iiost-oOlceboi out
______ — 1 ■ ——— —
(tivmnt. ftote gimfflitt.
Mkial riper far the «•. er_«en».
i——_____—■ i ii i— 11 -__-—-_--_...-"- .
Rllis or ADVERTISm«.
ONE DOLLAR per square of eight lines, solid
SPECIAL RATES made at counter, or by
contract, with regular patrons.
_...l JU .
November Aid, by the Rev. J. K. Oarlick, Mr
PETERFIELD VEST lo Mis? CHRISTIAN C
On the 30th of November, in Manchester, by
the Rev W. A. I uinpbell, Mr. WILLIAM !>
CX AIG aud Miss MARY A. ROdEICS
In this city, Dci.cinber 6, JOHN O TYLEE,
aged four years.
In Haltimore,December tlth, POWHATAN H ,
eon of Sallie HI. VT. null .Major 11. 1.. Poor, ngeti
Suidenly, of paralysis, at Woodruff's, Km*
William county, on the .5 th iuslant, ROBERT P.
MILL, aged about sixty-three years.
piOK NEW YORK. __ stffK
THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSIur yo-W
3 ANY\S elegant Mde-wheel steamship AlAil
MAKI.K. Capt. Smith, will Hail on FRIDAY,
December sth, nt 12 o'clock M.
Freight received mull 11 A. W.
Through bills of lading signed, and k»r
warded with dispatch to nil points—north, south,
r?t and west. Close connections made with Cu
rd line for foreign ports.
Passenger accommodations uiiKurpaseed.
Steerage 1 Ou
lound Trip Tickets 20 0"
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN \V. WYATT, Agent,
tic h— 2t No. 3 Governor street.
; riOR NEW YORK. fTMi
The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP and PACHOpr
i COMPANY'S elegant steamship WILLIAM IV
I CLYDE, Captain Dhew, will leave her whnvt
; at Rocketts on FRIDAY, December Mh, at A
Connecting with steamers for Hart/bid, Nor
j wicb, Stonington, Fall River and Huston from
Freight received up to the hour of mailing.
: Close connections and through bills of lading
I given to all southern, eastern, and weeteni
| places; also, to Europe and Australia.
Fare, $.»; meal* and state-rooms, extrn.
I>. J. BTrRR, President,
1214 Main street.
Waahikhtoj. & Co., agents, Pier 12, North river,
New York. de o—St0 —St
N. B. —Steamer George I 3« Upton is terapora
; i ily withdrawn for repairs.
! k 1.. MARURIKK,
i _/V. of KtcHMiitui, Va.,
COMMISSION HEALER IN * SHIPPER OF
AI L KIMm 0.
SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY.
i No. 2nn fvytoe Strkkt Pieb,
Wr.T Wn.HI_.UTn.. .UKHhi,
Shipping orders carefully put up. (,'o__»lg_.
ii.cut- solicited. Returns )iromptly made,
riillK SUITHKK], A'ssbcIATION.^RAF.
| 1 FLE for the lleueflt of the Widows and Ot
! ph..n_i of the Southern States.
, DisraiKCTioM No ti__ Kvkm.mj, Dec. 7.
67 51 20 84 e-2 ___________X_________J_l__
DisTaiaciioa No.flS3. Moß..i_a, Dec S
17 fil 4,1 $la 4H M 3_Ti_g~ll 7 3
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., thlsbtli
day of December, IS7I.
Simmons * co., c. q.tompkins,
CERTIFICATES OF RAFFLE can be par
•based from Captain W. I. DAHNEY, at the
Branch office, No. 9 Twelfth street, thnw doois
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