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VOL. Hs NUMBER 377.
RICHMOND. VA.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 0. 1888.
PRICE, TWO CENTO
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XSER.il \Ml MHI Y
IN. i ? i .1 'I ..'. . - Mill AL* "ill An
I u h 'I Hills. I'.-tltb.M-, lt.lt,
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? ' Kill. Coated Vg-al-i Po.tpi.iu <|
ed to order at I-.'
im ll i Hurt, prmMent
. in the 'nair
I i 'It i the i all fm bills pefMot-e ctr ,
a ere Introduced
A bill to amen.I
?ii-iirfiiirati.-u' the James Uiver;
v |i provides for hIIoU"1
r< in charge of the
. i iv m.itive poivs-r they
? le |,ir the muvf-aicnt of
a orel the bridire.
M i Hill providing tor
il kc piiifr the general
m I "tlicr ri-cords
ry < irt ol Richmond
r. ll A bill to incorporate
in Petition from tba
? al Collage "f Vir
tx i ki ii.''t tr,un i umina
? Board of Medical
in ?, H..-, -
Rr. 1 rn imond Infornad Ihe
House bu.I agreed to n
? ? ? ga into the election of
liles ni Richmond, Ror
I Uh, Btaautoa, Manville,
berg nu Kiidni IO dal -il
' lo amend
. ol Petereburg.
so amended ru
11 ?- :
eeri ?? i I? I lo
pen it lon to mem*
ol committee >e tinrj
. Ill 1880
Hint ol ul i ' -.tu i, ?
t thi fifth nnd
if thi ter of tim
red i"i ibi t mi
i ..I ibe dijr,
\i Billi for
1 ' I' Houston lunn lbf
' lt ? .vi- taken
led by md
.'tl ll|i ntl! ut Ita
iti the Warri nton
DUI s, ,| |.| I I ,. I I I s,
I to ordei il
in ibe di iii N?.
. v iii rain*
ii -ti the Miine
up on iis en*
ni oi .-i i"
proi isloB thal bo
ll] i!u n pro ? eded I
aronui undo nil
,;i lil nl.lci to
Hum being itu
. ' mpetltion erith
.v.- ibe laborei
? penitentiarj a chance to com*
UV ii I
Ml ll -?i.l Un- bill
".?lit In ti bill
IS ? '. I iv.i Veals
? I", ttent, populai
\ un Doran
.ml vi i,ich lill w ill prove a bb
foi Hie bile
ii furtbei eonaldai
. calls folios ed nnd
M ii: in 1 I" ie
Mr. D said thnl Ihe imendmem
the \ hu Dorn
1 Mr. Echols cf Augnata
" : Louis i nnd Wnddill
? led tbe amendmeni
thal iii y wert
bill, bul it tiic bill pnssed
- ' rt nt '.aturc in
M;i All rn trie opposed
? ii, ii lon to recommit, nnd
Mr. 1 iti of i'< itetoutl then spohe In
ol Frederick COBB*
motion I lei the vote by
.:. ? . Intent was agreed lo
! mas bj reed i i tm onaldci Ayi\
\ :.-it,I.. iacuBsion on lbs merits
amendment followed, participated
in by Remra Piggitt, Wnddill, Starkc of
' ::i v nnd Watklus of
Mi iv ic? oi Richaond dly nraatsd
ll lec-iiim.r.e 1. Ile was opposed
io . i.nv i. ? labor ol erery chanu ter, but
lld ti"t naderataadthe prsssatbUI ami
. ,i i I..
a motion lo reooaaidei tbs vote by
.vi i !, ibi Hi-.- refused to wcobbbb.1I the
1 ill , mailed and tlie House sent it by a
to lbs CoensMttos ob
Counties Cltlee, ami Ton i -
Hot BB Bli IA PASBBB
I .m.cud an act laspSOMBf nrHd came
loan COUBty, approved January
Ta amend the law in relation to fish in
the watets of the Mattuj>oul!ud Pamun
To amend the law in regard lo itnex
paaOttl school fund.
T.I.MTs, MUM V. AM* ( "1 TONs.
Mr .Buford of iticlinimi'i < itv stovad
to -iispend Hie niles and laka "P out of
ita order, st that it could have lu aacosad
reeding thia day. Hie bill giving authority
to i minty aud city treasurers lo receive
in uiey for taxes for which coupons had
been tendered. Agreed to unanimously.
Messrs. Piggalt of Botdtourt nnd Bn
tonl of Richmond explained tbe provi?
sions of the bill, and it was ordered to its
?ngrossment without opposition.
BS.F.CTION- OF JCBOKa.
Mr Tyler of Richmond offered a joint
resolution providing that the General
1 Assembly proceed today at 1 o'clock to
the election of elly- Jtidgi 9 for the cities
<*T Jttchmni.d, Norfolk, Port-mouth
Staunton, Danville, and Fredericksburg,
respectively, and a Jud?c to hold courts
of probate and record in the city of
Kicliraond. Agreed to.
The Senate amendment inserting the
nidge of Petersburg was adopted.
Mr kinchella tof Ftnquter intro?
duced u hill makins: it a felony
to wouod or kill a horse belong'
intr to anoiher, ami milking tba pen?
alty confinement in the Peaitaatiary from
two to ten years, according lo ihe value
of the horse. t,
om i.tt.EAN riSBBBMi ?
Mr. Wad.lill of Henrico lalroduoad ??
lull incorporating Hie Oallilean FitbtT
men'a Relief ASetaclntioa, whicti under
luapeaaianol tba rules um placed on Ihe
rai WASSIHOTO!! MOBf ii . i
Mi Tyler of RichmOB I <i'y olTcrctl tbt
"Reeolved (tbe Senate concurring), That
I tba Siiperiniendent nf Public Building
i be instricted io examine Into and make
Ireportas carly as practicable to this
] i *e ne i ;,i a-sen ti dy * oni ern inf tba candi
I lion ol ihe VTaahlngtnc tnnnaaienl la Ibe
j Public Bonan "
Mr Tyler said ti st si preaeal the mon
unit nt nulls bad cracks In thens, ao thai
dm,i tba stall ii as in Ide roui oold set op
Ors ? street, sod thal tl e horse wai -:'
leopard^ and actually leal
Tbs ir-'duii. n was anani ni di ?
I.'.Il ROAD ..! i ll 1 ?
Mi Tyler ol Richmond cit]
a inn Mid'li provhlsri that ali railroad
and oilier tianuportation compsnies
chartered by tbt Comraonwaalthol Vir
Iginlamual nave iheir principal offices in
irtion nf tbe State contiguous to
tin ir rsuipective lines The principal
must int luile tbatreaaorer fraighi
I tranaportation, legal and accounting de.
I partments Poi failure lo < omply a Ufa
Itbase proviaions tbe penalty aballbeon
' Qm com Ictlon 15,000 i d ty fine Becond
II onvlction forfeitore ol chattel
RI i Rt ll ) if. I ill sn R
iii 11 lei of Richmond city lotn
a hill sppropiiating yearly the sum ol
12,000 lo lbs Rein 'd for the sid,
Adjourned al I
iristtti w i Miin uissim ut.i.u.
Martini i..i lu I'n.it,..h.nt |? >?? il. ni
I Ills fl fill l.t.
This is Epiphany In the church calen
Bishop W hillie nnd ail the Pro
I ' clergy ol this i Icinity
bas e' bosen ll is the dsts fur a ooion
meeting ol all tba msnaben of ti"'ii
i hurcbea it Bl Paul*, chun fa al s o'cloi 1.
this evening 'I I e earneal desire ol
(boss wbi have called tbe me tiog li i"
bavi some action takea looking ti onlted
mlaaionary work wherever there ls sn
i pt ning. To ihi i ti 1 a pinn baa been
carefully conaidered, whick it is ezpeel
ad ii ill nteel with gaaersd iwceptaBce.
TboSW who nini niliei tba great good
which the eily Missionary Society did iii
ibis community sonic joan ago will rt*
joic timi it is now proposes! to begin
again like earneal benevolent operationi
Sta tri as calal Notes,
\ * -ti I'lnv eveniag a' 5 IS o'clock Mr,
dell. I) Reynolds, the Sergeant-at-Anni
of the City Council, nnd Mlei Biella
Bblabcrgar wera oaitsxl In marriage al
Leigh-atreel Baptist church, Rsrr, Di
Qoodain officiating Among those pres
sat were a Bamber of lbs members of thc
City Council Afn-r tbs ceremony Mr
sad Mrs. Reynolds left oa tba K., F 6
1J. railroad train Inr n trip North
Mi Rsraban T. Jennings and Miss
Minnie B. Dann wart married ftttarday
sflernoon Ht the First Presbyterian
church, .Many friends wets preaaal t>>
extend congratulations ami good wilbl ??
1" the yoong couple.
At 640 o'clock, at Trinity chorea Mr.
Robert Las Adams and Mi-s Bet tie Qnar
Its Haily were also Ballad in the holy
astute Of matrimony.
Thc panics who duneed atlcudaiice OB
the Pousse Court yesterday were few and
the lawyers were small in proportion.
John Thompson (colored) contributed
gSj BO IO the city'it treasury for the pill >
legs of halag tfleortlerlv la tbe street.
The continued attendance of L. Bara
stein and A. Sterner was required be*
CtSMS wanteil for sulking Mary Gentry
over tbe head with a stone, and Mary
Qentry was likewise In tendance foi
her to mend. All were kitstfl Hie bene?
fit of a doubt, and told they aced nut
Albert Lee (colored) fell in love with
John Everett's tempting-looking turkey,
and soon tue two Mere one. in view of
latte new relations Albert did not Boats
to court, and au attachment was issued
for his summary arrest.
llciii ko fount! Items.
The Ilenriio County Court, Judge E
C. Minor, will meet to-dif and adjourn
for thc tenn.
It is thought probable thal Mr. Qeorge
P. Haw, counsel for the Brook Turn?
pike Company, will today take BB ap?
peal to the Circuit Court, Judge Well
ford, from Judge Minor's dec sion., which
ordered that no tolla bc charged on the
Brook turnpike until lt be put In com?
plete repair in the Judgment of the
special commissioners of the court.
i ,Vo THEM t or xi a. is TEMI TOA TI09
THAT IA II 1 To IX \ ESTH'A TE
Te.I ilium i ai lu Hie .li Hun of Hie (iiiiiu.il
tee on I.ikht Ite-iiut mid lbu iiiiiiin Ittla
llull nf the 1 n 11 si i^.il lnt C oiiiiiill lee
(iibmlv.- Partiaaarj iii-.uto's OBS?a.
The Council special committee Ul iu
\ r-iTrc-nti* thc reasons nf tba Committee
iii litchi In dlacharginir Mr. Charles l?c
volo from thc Chrl Works, resumed it?
Bennion la?t nighl in thc ("minmi Cham?
ber. Present. Me-.rs tluglies Kanfmtn.
Cutchtoj, and Dickenson.
In reaponm to Um siunnions all the
Light Committee were present a-, wit
ne-scs excepting Mr. Guv, Bho was par?
tially III, and Mr. Kaiifelt
Mr Powers, chairman, first tc-tiid
Ile said the Committee on Light reniovcd
Mr. Devoto under thc aulhority vested in
them by Hie eily ordinances. The nnli
BaaeBB were read, and Mr. Powers BOsIp
tion proven correct. Speaking for him?
self hi i committeeman bc iBOOfbt Ihe
public servile v.mil.I bc better il Mr.
Devoto was discharged, ead heme the
discharge was ordcrctl. The records do
not fSsign any reasons for the (aeshargs.
Tba meeting was sn executive one, ami
the minutes only sbon Hie results.
Q, linn could Mr Devoto's retention
operate sgeinat the city i lalaraB
Mr. 1'oivcrs This is one committee
laVMtigatiBS aiiotlier. 'bu BMIlllBg vvas
merni Eacaam "*nsatJoaa nrom touchlag
a men'i eheracter, mid fnrlber thaa thal
I ,|e in" io BBSWSI
Mi Hagbes held that the question
in- le answered, and Mr. Dicki-n-mi
sail timt Hie erhness wa- amennhk lo
Board of Aldersnna, ami bi ml
ii ht tlc).end on his rcfu-al
i lerk Shelton then, st (BS direction ol
Mr. Hnghee, prodni ed Hm minute- of Hie
i vet utiic s. s..i"n They only tntt n
mi Kaufman rt mnrhed timi be lu?
len led 11 li ->v 'let them minnies wi re
mut correct thu there bul been another
nt if! different.
Mr Powers mid ' Ifon .an do ;i- yon
IDOU1 that ami be lOOl lip bi?
li il 'ind left
Mr Davis and .Mi I,mm.;- mid the
remark erm a reflection mi Un- com*
miltie and Mr Otley -ail be Intended
lunn.' ul-" il that v. I ki pt up.
Mr. Kaufman explained tint in- meant
no i' ile' lion. He had beat.i licit there
bad been other min
Mi I en j- -aitl thai in- reason fol i ?'
? Mr. Devoto's .li-mi--.:il w a- tit .:
i I,. . ommittee bad paid him |800 io loal
about thc -incl- wi.en his band bad
I... n ii ii :t, ;i ml w inn t. hi t members of thc
committee went t.? thc Qm Works i"
solidi Democraticrotos Mr. Devoto
abused and denounced them by word ami
s printed ertick Re bed voted tor tim
discharge ol' ? man on Ihe Pira Depart
mt ni fm the same reason. There eras
in.;blue political In his action.
Mr. Mallot said ne voted to retain Mr.
Devoto; ibnt the committee diechui ed
bim foi ingratitude, they thinking him lo
be the author of the article casting re?
ins on Hu-1 ommlttoe in the Lobe
Thi- Mr. Shelton cleared bim
ii.iii. Mr. Davis in-rc remarked thnl
Wi,ile Mr. .''in Moil did say Devoto Wil?
li' ii tbe author, Mr. Otley followed it np
by saying that Dev..io n i
Mi Connors said he v..te l agatha! Mr
Devoto hs au Individual mi peiaonnl
grounds, believing bis removal wa In
the interest ol the public good,
Mr Shelton (clerk) said be k.pt i
record <>i the executive Bennion The
present record doe- not embrace every?
thing that tranapired. The cbnlnnan
told bim it wm not customary to record
detail- of executive Baetiagl Only thc
i nt Bl mon
Thiaeadedthe testimony uni tin fol
lowing report to tbe City Connell was
i ,u,i - pecial committee lo Inveaiigale
w lu- Mr Devoto vi bs diachnrged from thi
City Hms Works submit the foll
'Aiiei careful Investigation ne are li?
able to report tay i thei reeaon than thnl
to be i'mmd in the rec ird of tbe Commit
i e on Iii| iii. which is ns followi
? After deliberation of Ihe committee
tbe superintendent nmrequeatod to dis
charge Mr. Charles Devoto,enginmi ni
the lower Has Works.' ,
"We rci'ommci.d tia following SIBSnd
IBSBl to chapter (., section 4, t ity (?rdl
"And no pcrs'iii shall bc empl .yed on
account nf political affllintion, aud no
employe -ball be discharged on account
nt' bis politics.
Adjourned at *.' M
Hop Slug and His Counl. rlell Dellai
t harley Hop Sing, the Chinaman who
shunned a l'i bill for Pawnbroker Abram
and in the chance scut him a counterfeit
sllur dollar ami refuged to take lt beck
winn his attention was called to it, ami
wu arrested in roBBonnciBfCi, wu before
I'liitcd states Commiaaioner Wail yes
Willi.mi he,'.lins- any evidence thc ca- ?
wa- coiitinueil until nett Tiiesdav, ii.
order lo allow time to gat Other witm--?-.
rinrc was present as intcrj>rctct. Mt.
L. ('. Shaw, wini can speak Chinee
belter than these average Celestials about
Richmond. He learnt the language in
In ihe Hustim-s Court, Jadga Thomas
9. Atkins, yesterday the following lun
cneea were tried
W. E. Lipscomb, breaking in and cntt r
ing the store of John K. Malloy in the
nie ht with Intent to steal, lie pleaded
guilty and vvas given liv the jury one day
in jail and tined $10 The Governor
pardoned him so far us the imprisonment
Walter Harri* (colored), breakiu'* In
and entering the storehouse of Scott dc
Curtis with intent to commit larceny, was
found guilty md sentenced to pay i tine
of oue cent, ind Imprisonment for fifteen
days in the city Jail.
Titi: riBQIMA KI.KfTltir COMIWNV.
Thi- Iii. muir emf Light Almost ?me.
Poroewberc abo.l ali weeks arro Hie
ri ubi contained aa "manaaeeanent that
Bteps were in program to supply, nt some
Han in Ihe near future, incandescent
electric lights for thc city. The SireafS
manta for thia entorprlee are now very
nen Iv completed. Fat some time past
BagntiatioBB haas kassi gang on for the
pureba e bv nu* Virginia Light and
Pewee Company of the tfchuvler Klcctrio
Light pl mt, -o as ti coneolktato the two
aader om man eg masai Yesterday thane
negotiations were completed, ami the
uanafer of the property effected
The director! ot the'new company arc
Meters John F Harry. Andrew Pi/'/ini.
Jr, W. S. Dasiiicll, John 8. Wise, aud J.
W. Kites Thi- company will have it*
plant in connection wi.h that of tbe
Electric Ballway, at thc comer of Sev
enth and (nial '-trotts, and proposes to
furnish ar' lights, taeandssceat litrlit-s.
and motive power
Pinier cowton* ni'-? as.
OliW i Umina Icqulllird-UltU el .llanis"
Bee-taamltoa AerMptal Beams Eebm
The Board ni Police Commleeioners
mit ve-ie: lay cvcnini; Si lo'clock.
The charges preferred against Police?
man L, W. lianna wire investigated.
Policeman Banna wai aa duty at Munu?
mi nt -il church the night "f the mnrringe
of tbe daughter ol Mr. P H. Msyoaev*
'i.il wei ks aga There were present a
. rovrd of aegroe* who were dieorderly,
and the officer, in thc rii-xbarge of lils
duty, truck Tom Harli i a negro man,
over the bend with his dub. Thc Board
honorably acquitted Policeman Hanna.
stating (hal his actioas were 'satire!!
lullfl ,' la
i. team of Policeman W. < Adams,
abo reported thal BS hal been robbed,
anti ii wi - found upon InveetigutioH by
i : il i M ci is tletnilul for that pur
pose th ut bs had uni bash and tendered
b r. ; 'I, "mn after the ,".-t meeting of
i,i- H iard ind ratMeqaeSBly aithdrsw it.
eas seard. Tbe reaignatioa wm aooeptcd
:iiid tbe withdrawal returned Mr. Adams
Mi. W. D. li iilnic wm ejected policeman
io nil Hu- vacancy creeled by thereeJg
??' Mr Adan.-.
I hal Mut. ll t.-e.
rhecontinued cse of Joseph Adam-,
the \" in min who ba-; frequent ll
11(0red in police circles, charged with
. from tin' pi "sob the gold watch
of Myrna Baker' * valued st f*M0, wsa
ie aid yesterday. This watch was
lok i; ii m Biki r's pc mon vv bile ne wna
B liquor In Daniel Murphy i
? ! | m ? i | - ral .lays ego.
The only new ? ridence ol eoanequence
iliii Tom Doherty, nn aa
ol Adams, heard bin my, That
t I big I I BU ""itiir lo
gel b" This, coupled with the lad
dat olbei witne?*i"?- '. seen A.buns
witta lu's hind.' BbOBl I5ak> r's
pet-..ii aol i"mr before the wstch was
mimii ? ? bira 'n be -mn aa lo the
-.iliiiinn- (mnl cit Appease
1,'iic h.'iiii-i HsrtBMB, from tbs Wr?
it i "\in of the county of Pnnquier.
Afflrmed Judge Lewie delivering the
Richardsonignin tSeevers ami ..'hers,
from the Circufi court ol I larks county,
Revert Fudge Lacy deliveriag lae
Commonwealth ngninnt Lue ie. Argued
by the Attorney-Oeneral ami submitted
Ci in strains! ibe Commonwealtb
twocssi Argued by Oeneral John E,
Holler i .r plaintJfl i.i error.
nu ll HOI i B,
\? ? i noon about I <? clock in
alarm ol Dre wm taraed Ia from Boa 81,
comer Fourtamth aad Msln streets. Two
engini - promptly n sponded nnd con?ld
t rnble exciti mi ni v. bi caused li tamed
wevei to be merely i ci,immy on
i.i lt No. 17 1 OBI alley. No -I
The ball interest ol tlc late Dr. .leter
in thc ll i Hera ? vt ai mid reeti i laj
lock. Thc bid.iin.- a ta
vi iv pirlti I, and ibe property n ut
Huntly kno ti tl down lo Mr J Taylor
ei ? ? ;; ?'."
Thc n . ' red) ImI night cele?
brated Emancipation with a banquet al
"in? No. 741 Third street Hi*
ir wm invited to
A delhi bal j everal d ij ? old ans found
yesterday evening In rear of So 100
South Fifth etreet. Comer Taylor last
night could nol toll whether it was white
Dr. J. I) Mow an rapt rinten lani of
thc Eastern Lunntii Asylum al Williams
burg and CaptalnE. D. -narke, one of
the direct rs u rc before the Finance
Committee ol the Bennie reeterday to
Brae the recommendation of the appro?
priation regulated foi certain hnprove
mciii- iii th ii Institution
Mr- tx I'rc-iilciit Tyler vva? OB the
- i the Beaste and Boam yeater?
ol th \ ?trie ' ti- ran yester?
day backward! aad forth from Twenty
ninth and p streets to Clay ami Hancock
Each CM made -werai nips an,I they
worked like beaulieu. The BMaagetnent
told the reporter that it would Le but a
few '. iy- mine before tbe liac would bc
in Op ' iii.m.
It ls expected that the Finance Com
mitton wili pat ta the yearly budget sn
ai.pr i] iiaiion of $.',0fiij tn" terrace and
Improve tbe city's property ob the north?
side "t Franklin street between Twenty
lir-t and Tvvcntv third. This property,
"tu 1, lit -ou at deep, is on the side of a
hill fl Qtiug MMlth. When improved, lt
will mike a nice little park.
Hag. at the Academy.
There was an excellent audience at the
Academy last aigbl to greet Miss Hettie
Bernard Chase in the new American
COtoSdy, Kaus. Miss Chase is a vivacious,
pleasing acireis, and is well supported.
The play is a happy commingling of hu?
mor and pathos and is well constructed,
pleasiug tue audience throughout. It will
be repeated for the rest of the week ind
at a matiuee on Saturday.
nitRFST EYF.Sis OF tTTEEEET ?I
BOMB AMD A SEO AD
Short StMslon ol Conifress Iii. , atll-lcs
Committees- Oratlmi ta tba lusaa In
faunae Cold Winier iu I-iii IBM Healing
H/ataiasateOa, Januarj i In ibe
Senate to-slay Mr. Bheiasta reportad
favorably tba bill lo amend tba law la
reference to alien ownership nf lands |u
the Territories, so a- tu exclude the
District of Columbia frOSU Itt provlaioas,
and asked prompt action.
On objection of Mr Plnmt), Ibe Bretti I
Mr. Mitchell then look tbe Hool in
support of hi* resolution tm s naval
station on the Paciin i oas!
At 'J o'cli'f'k Mr Mitchell cloeedaud
was followed by Mr Dolph aa the
Mr. Blair then rdaiated tbs door sad
railed up the educational MM
THE Hoi BB.
The piincipaleveut in tbs ll.I 10 day
was the announcement by tl a flpentat of
the standing committ' ea,
[The list of i bairn" n ls el SWhs ri pub
Aftei the ct.miiiiiiee- mic snnounced
tba Boase adjoaraed aatll Mood ij
MSflTBI OOBuBtl His.
Tin- I i.i I oiiipl.lt.I tint 1.mi ..I bj
vTtaBTBOTOB, January I Sneakei
Carlisle has completed his ii~t of saaiga
iiients to ti m. mil ttf k rv ice ot the Rouas
of Representatives), nnd were announced
to the Hooae lo day.
The Wavs ami Menus Coinniittt-c is as
foUoWl M'?srs. Mills of Texas, chair
man McMillan Tennessee; Bteckin
ridge, Arktasss; Brecklnridge, Ken
tucky Turner, Georgia vYi'son, U'e-t
Viru'inia . Scott, Pennaylvanla Kyanai,
Indiana Kelley, Pennsylvania Browne,
Indiana Reed, Maine McKinley, Ohio
The Committee on Appropriation ia a-*
follows Randall of rt asylvaala, chair
man, Forney of Alabama, Burnes of
Missouri, Foran ol Ohio, Bayers "f
Texas, Clements ol Georgia, Felix
Campbell of New York Oay ol Louis?
iana, Ricaof Mlooeaota, Caaaoa of Illi?
nois, Ryat of Kaaesw, Butterworth of
Ohio, Long of Maasacbnaetta, McCoraai
ol Maryland, I>. li llenderaoa of Iona
The follow inc are tin-chairmen ii the
titlier cminnittec. In liciary, Cnlberaon
of Teats Banking and Currency, WU'
kins of ohio Coinage ansi Weights and
Mea.-nrcs, Norwood of Georgia; Com
naree, Curdy "f Missoari; Rivers and
Harboira, Blanchard m' Louialana Mei
chant Marine and Fisheries I lunn of
Arkansas Agrienltore, Hatch of Mis?
souri-. Foreign Affairs, Belmont of
New York Military Affaire, Towns
bead of Illiii.it Naval Affaire,
lleibiit "f Alabanri Poatofficea and
I'o-tro'tds, i'.imini ol Georgia Pah
lie Leads, Holman of indiana Indian
Affaire, Feel of Arkanaas Territories,
Springer of lUInola Railways sad ia
naN, Davidson of Florid); Manufac
tures, Bacon "t New Vii. Mines
and Mining, i> Fi nail ol Virginia:
Public Building and Grounds, Dibble
of South Carolina; Pacific Railroad,
Outbwaite of ohio Improveraenl ol
Mlsalasippi River, Catching of Ml -it
lippi Eduction, i'miller of Georgia;
Labor, O'Neill "t Missoori; Militia,
McAdoo of New Jersey; Pateots,
\\'e.uer nf Iowa invalid Pension.
Matson of indiana Pen lona, Bites i I
New York; Claims, Lanham of Texas
War Claims, Btone of Kentucky . Private
I.and Claims, McCreary of Keotncky
District of Colombia, Ilempbill ol
South Carolina; Revision of toe I.im
i lutes of Alabama Expenditures in the
Stats Depertmeat, Moree ol Massschn
setts. Expenditure! ia tba Treasury De
nartsaeot, Wheeler ol Alabama Bxpen
allures In tbe Wm in partment, I. ?
of Ii cut ui k\ Expenditures In tba Navy,
Departmcnl, Bcotl ol I'enii-i Kania,
Expeadituree in the Poatsjfhce Depart
iiiciif. Dockery ol Missouri; Expendl
tines in th" inti lim Department, Rodd
of Wisconsin Expenditures in tba De*
partment of Joatl t Cowies "i (forth
Carolina; Expenditures on Paulie
Buildings, T. I Cnmpbell "f New
York Aocoaata, 9btw ol Maryland
Library, MaJllSM* ker ol Nen Ymk
Enrolled Billa, Fisher of Michigan;
Printing, Richardson ol Tenn.
Civil Service, Clements ol Gaorgia
Election of Pwsldaal and rice-Prt ll u Di
Knuth trout nt lYtiiislyiania CeoaUl
Cox of New York [nsMaa Depredation
Claims VThltthorne of Tenneases Vea
illation and ACCOUSII -a, Landis of
Illinois Alcoholic Llqu< i Traffl C tap
bell of Ohio
The Basaa Itara sates in at t*et*sr*i
Home, January ?> -The Pope said mass
St St Peter's fi) day for the beuefll of
tbt pilgriass reataialag la the city. Thir?
ty-four cardinals and and one hundred
and eighty-nine archbishops und bisbopa
were lu attendance, while the congrekM
tion consisted of 80,000 persons The
Pope tt IBO conclusion of tba BUM ap?
Ailee the service thc Pope rcmove*l
the vestments and eaoOBdlag the MaVl
aattatertt was carried around the church
amid cries of Loug live the Pope kiug."
The Pope was il.er*ly niovcd by the en?
thusiasm mauifesled' by the people Per?
fect order was maintained outside the
Tilt; Ul HUM. STItlKl
The Mm Wahi tn* 1 ai ul un < o*l IttpeuUJ
PBH.ADEi.ruiA, Januury '? ?A feeling
of uncertainty prevails all over this
morniug, owin;' ti) the rumor that Presi?
dent Corbin is in town to effect some set
tlement with the miners
Kvery one is waiting IO find out the
nature of the ".(aliment." ll is -md lt
will be given out by Manager McLeod to?
day, it is generally understood that it
affects the miners in some way.
The atrikers branched out on a new
[ track last night snd to-lsy by passim
reseltitions resolving to support only
those Congressmen who vote to repeil
the tariff on coal.
The General Eieeutive Bauld of the
Kniirliis will bc called to settle the strike
If ard ll lalor Id Europe.
VtcsNv, January o? This has so far
been one of the severest winters on re
COfd here Cs?es of death from tbe
clTccts of exposure are reported dilly.
The winter -iipply is beginning to fail.
The hf in the Danube has rescued
Vienna The Platlensee ls frozen over
for the tir-t time in manv years.
Wi-iiiMifoN, January 5? A bill has
beni introduced in the House of Bapie
lentntlvrs bv Mr Rayner of Msryl.mil
which provi.lcs for id Interstate Tele?
graph Comn.lsiion of three members,
who arc empowered to lay trunk lines of
telegraph in such parts of the States,
Territories nnd District of Columbia ss
they shall deem to be expedient, to be?
come, when finished, a part of the postal
Bantam of tbs United States. The bill
does n.U provide, however, for the pur
chees of existing Hue."
( ommittee on Light
Thc Committee on Light met in the
Chancery Court-room yesterday evenin/
Present, Messrs. Powers, Otley, Davis,
liny, and Connel.
Tin.' rcioiution of the Council under
which the committee employed Mr. Burry
E4VM as superintendent snd fourteen
lamplighters, expires January Sth Instant.
CoBstderahle complaint was made by
"Bambers of the committee about the in
efficiency of tbe service, lamps burning
at midnight. 11 was decided to allow the
present ari iiiircinents to go on tempo?
rarily until tho Council acts lt is
though! by some that the service will be
placed nader charge of the superintend
ent of thc Gas Works.
The superintendent was instructed to
BOtify the OroClids and Building Com
mit tee to take such ste,.-; as mighl be ne
cc i-ary in order to allow the gas inspee
tor to put in hurlers sn that the i*as ac
?omits ol' each department might he kept
separate under the recent ordinance
The tieanl hills were ordered to lie
Thc Boston Ideals closed thc most
iticceeeful BBgagesBCBl at the Theatre
last Bight in Thc Daughter of the Keg!
tiient. The house was well tilled, and
the an I lenee seemed as much pleased
wi h tin- bright ami popular opera as on
it- in t rendition last Monday night
The troupe leaves here for Washington.
.Mile Khe i will appear at the Theatre
nu Thursday, Friday, and Saturday even
in.'- nf BSZl week, and at Saturday mati
iiee. She will present an attractive reper
lorie.I listing of Frou-Frou. Pygmalion
ami i iain.ca, Camille, and Fairy Fingers
Mr Joesph I Levy i-i lu Hie city ar?
ranging for the appearance of Messrs.
Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett at
tbe Theatre on Monday night, the 16th
in-tiiiit. Othello will BS produced, with
Booth a- [ego and Barrett as the Moor, "j
AeaOBg the marriage licenses issued in
U ashingti it yesterday was one to Alex
auder \N llllimi and Virginia \'<>ss, both
nf Rlchmon I.
1:1. ll BBTATB ABBariB, Ac
PRANK D HILL A Ob,
K i; \ i 1.1 T.\ I I A ii B N IS A N I>
A C CT I ON K I US,
Bo " Boam BurvaarB Brunt.
We afleli'l -tte Uv t" every bram li ol UM
.. .,,, s.. it.,ii Batata -old privitelj-ind nt
auction, Bents Colleited ami Loam Nibo
Hated. We mike th? negotiation of loins oa
,i il estate a ip-clalty, and Bduclartes aui
.-?li, i- eho Iiaie in ney to lend wil1 tind it tn
.. rest to cooler eltb us.
vi iii an experience ol twenty fears tn the
buslnesmndtne sMtstanceof thorough iv com
j. tem clerks, we cm -ably promise Mtier"*
lion to Bil "li i mav ifni- us a .alu
HUNK II. li I bb \ CO.,
i ?? ii. i Estate AgBBt- ftnd III it i -
?J , i 1
O-d L is 0 a
cl - Se
rr 3 - i fi *
OD ^ I
O w Ml
-piIE BARBER ' I
C. A. SCOTT,
Fashionable and Eipeneured
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,
III Bboad Brrwiin Fodbtb and FiriB ">r.
ll RH MON I), VA.
Artistic Hair Cuttlnt* a specialty. Particular
attention to children
Shampooing of ladle*' hair at theil resi?
dence promptly attended to. 7 Jan 3 lm
is aa ui
UJ ANTED-A SITFATION^rAN
office .my. Will (rico refersnces. Ad
dress "II,*- Tia rs Oiric.'. _IJaVtl
TITAXTED-TO SELL CHEAP FOB
V> cash a second-hand $100 Rem?
ington No 2 T? po writer t r I*, with tab**
ai ctn er cern late, lt ls tn jrood worktag
order and a bargain. Call oariy or rou uta
Use *hschance. Also lu stock new Improves
?rifer, an.t bu cpl e..
JOHN H. CULPFPKB.
. ? tSasVtf_911 K. Mala strspt.
WANT K D-EVERYRODY TO
rall at tho t'omniorclal Hotel sad BS*
the Lynhaven-* taken mi tt* rtuest oyster basti
ni tba world, especial!) fo
Metst! -m:/.LINoe t LALLT.
VaTANTlD A SITUATION AS COL
V V LBCTOB t. wu me rtrm. to wort oa a
salary, have had siuiicieiit eipciienoe. Set
Ufa, ion reference uti cn. Addreaa "t\d
lector," Ti usa Chace, 4jal-tf
|M To Moe WANTED.-Secured bf
Wi lictsi nf Trues. Boot per cant, aad aa
risk. Addres. "Hl'SINKSS." care Carrier
No. V. Mec4-tf
HOOTS A NU SHOES.
IV T. CIMSS, cask.
VI ? JJoi'T AND SHOE MtKKH.fBl
No. 1 st. kee Um i.,!k c. i Malu and" ML
Hell I lei*, strcet-i
ls now rea'ly to seri tl ins ti icu I. and ilia
1'iil.llc itt'tiorully wl'li Hie
UEST Of WOllk IN RIB LINK.
11.sits and shoes malo and repaired lu lbs
the shortest time t><**?l 1 ?!?>.
ALL WORK Gl'AKANTKCD.
He ti-miks his fri* nts foi imst liberal favors.
un i hopes they will continue to air* lum theil
pst mnage, ade" *
T OFI^ HllHMi'M'
I'll I' li.'.ll
ll"'?T AND BaTOI MAK Kit
Bfl 'l I M.ii!? sniriT
RICHMOND, \ \
l( | in lug .(int sly nnd neatly done
V" I 1' 1. WILLIAM T. CRAW
lt KiKl) ls liereliv appoint*.1 my A trent tu
cari) mi the Uar and Hilliard Saloon hereto
ivie Wept liy Crawford A Lally ou Plfteeoth
street Ul St. diaries ll ? I I.ml Uni/, to buy
sod wll fur cash. A. lt Cd CUTS Bf.
t ie st <w Trustee ol Cresrfuru t Lally.
|>RI.TTi TEETH l'HoM*:TOSjBMa
1 III), hy an experienced hand. Old '?BUBB"
iii* ran wed for fd. inti e, Ba i'.'l North
K it-luti stici.M. e.,mer drat''.
J Jul 1> Du JOSEPH WOOOWABD.
Nu. ino .Ni ni ni Barnum stbsbt.
Hit limoii'l, Va,
PM fi. fi. and fm i will Insert beautiful mt.
.ii Teeth mi rod rubi:.r. aratgtt only in tol
niiiii'i's pei sot. ami ??*ni ilulu.-.) not to tsraak.
Teeth exintet. I fur KJ cents. Fllllnfa from II
up. tit*.ti limit 1* sftxMiiy. Ail wurkjuana
lead to Itee satisfaction. W. K. DOftSBT.
toual ly Graduate Culversety of Maryland.
\\BLC. E HARTMAN,
nw Bvaadatlast, nt hmond, va.
rv KW VEAR0.
LILT Of IHI VALI.KV li's) jier donn.
husks m iboiufjnos srtta. smilax.
PBBN8, un I "tin i .... ii eavaaaa
HY AC IN ms, Viol. FIS.
fur rall who will call at
600 EAST BROAD
Tin:*" ni Timm' WI
M. ll. ( ATUN.
QBBBH IK'! i:. rat I Al Earn bTBEaT
I ,. itFrtaa]
A ll A MM''.VD
Ba -i atm aavut .-raes
. ll .1' i: ll"- Elli 1'- ? I i i'l.'jWEBvl.
ri 's Kit \ I DaWOI'.. *?
PholitJ 8J. PUOBS as.
OENJAMIN I CRUMP,
i:l9 Bafl CARY stkLLT, il.'.-bmon4. Va.
Coal and Wood
SJttl >ra UNDEK BsflLTlB._
P L. GALLOWAY.
No. Hil FHiNKMJie'THEr.i BBBI Oil Market),
I', rt ' r IQ
GCN3. PISTOL-'. AMMlNlTIoV FISHING
TACKLE POCKET CUTLEKf.ta
Sporting men', good, ot all kinda. Hfpalr
Ina Dromptiv eiecutt-d. Agent for MAN
HATTAN HAMMKBLKaSOCNM. tJStVly
IHE HlOHEdT QABm PillCI PAID.
BBtl H it? Maia street
LD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS
OFFICE at 10 eenie per hundred.