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MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1882.
BY W. W. PRESCOTT.
VOL. 78. 39G9. NO. 5.
Fall and Winter Goods
it Kilfs Dl H ESiHt
The most elcgnnt styles of Fall nnd "Winter Dress Goods I
have ovcr shown, including
All tlie New Colors ani Falirics of tlie Season!
Embroidcred Conibinntion Suitings, Frencli Foulcs, Chcv
rons, Camcls' Tlair, ctc. A full line of Flushcs and Vclvcts,
in all colors, to match Dress Goods. We are offcring the best
Bargains in Black Caslimeres
to be found in town. Call and see the one we are selling
at 75 cents ; it is a fine one, and a seller. Any lady in want
of a Silk Dress should not fuil to call and sec our line of
as good bargains as can be found in Northern Vermont.
I am selling a nice Dress Silk at $1.25, a better one at
$1.50, a still better one at $1.75, up to $2.00, and guaran
tee the quality and price. Also the largest assortment of
Ladies' Cloaks, Coats, Dolmans, Jackets,
etc., in Ulack and Colors, ever shown in this section. A
full line of Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Ladies', Children's
and Misses' Underwear, New Laces, New Ties, New Col
lars, New llibbons, etc., etc. I also have a vcry full line of
This department has never been so full. A complete line
of Paisley Shawls, from common to very fine goods ; also
a large line of Wool Long Shawls in handsome colorings.
10,000 Yards of Cotton Goods !
at a very small advance from cost. In short, every de
partment is full and running over, and we are making
PIUCES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. CALL AND SEE.
M. M. KNIGIIT,
Stowe Street, Waterbury, Yt.
Once morc I would have tlie people know that my
storo is full. I have just sccurcd
A Better Line of Dress Goods!
in quality and quantity, consisting of Caslimeres, Langtry Suit
ings, Ilhulo Clotlis, riain and Mixud Flannels; also Velvets,
Velvcteens, Plushes, in the late&t and most desirable colors, and a
big line of Trimmings; also Dress Goods at from tcn to twenty
five cents per yard; Kid Gloves in the new styles and shadesj
Mosquetaire and Lacing.
Ladies', Children's and Gentlemen's Merino Underwear!
in white and scarlct; a fine line of Ilosicry all kinds, sizes and
prices; Kibbons, Buttons, Laccs, Sacqueings, Felt Skirts, etc.
Bip; Line of Orockeiy, Oliina,
Fancy Goods, etc, etc, cheaper than ever. My Btore is crowded full In all depart
mentn, and people vlsiting In town will flnd it "for their interest to call and look at
the goods. BAUGAINS FOK EVEUYBODY. COME AND SEE.
H. O. WEBSTBR,
Union Block, State St., - - - - Montpelier, "Vehmoxt.
FAKMERS 41 LHERH
Your attention Is called to my very extcnaive etock of
Boots, Slioes & Rubbers !
Men'a Qenulno EnRlieh Kip Boots (watorprooD $3.75
Men's Fine Haod-made Boots 3.60
Men'a Fine Hand-made Boots 3.00
Men's Fine Hand-made Boots 2.75
Boys' Hand-made Fine Kip Boots 2.50
Boys' Hand-made Fine Kip Boots 2.00
Men's 1. fium and Dull-flnUh Iiulber UooU; Lumbermen'a ltubber Ileel and No-neel; heat
asflortment ot Men'a Iluttoo, Jjice and ConcreHs Shoen ever ehown ln Montpelier.
Ladlen' Krench Kid, Imlution French Kld, Uuracon and American Kld liutton Shoes In all the
latettt etylen and at atmost any price. Nice line o( (jondola Bboea; alito Goat and Glove Kld.
Old Ladtea' Ileaver ltntton and l.aco Slioen, Glove Kld, FUnnel-lined Sllppers, Oeaver Sllppera,
and in (act all klnda, and at all prlceti.
Tliei'o Ih IVo Choitp Titllc Vl)nt Thiw!
I have got a very large stock o TUK BEST G00I1S TIIK SIAItKUT AFfOKUS, and am
bound to Hell tbem as low, or lower, than the lowet. Keineiaber the place, at
THE OLD STAND OF WALKER & PUFFER !
(jt5tT Come and scc tho bargains I am ollering bofore making
your fall purchases. G-COrgC H. Smilic.
THE OLD GORNER JEWELBY STORE
Hae a Very Large Stook of
Gold and Silver Watches!
A full assortment of JEWELRY and WATCH CHAINS,
and a complete line of
Solid Silver and Hogers' Plated Ware!
Q-old ancl Sl;eel Sxectacles,
Celluloid, Steel and Rubber Noso Olasses, Shears and Poeket
Knivcs, Jtazors, etc. Ouit X'uioes aub ah low as the i.owest.
Watches and Jowolry
Cornor Stato and Main Strcots,
Jlopaired, and Warranted,
- - - - Montpoller, Vormont,
Thla powder never tarie. A marvel rf ptirlty, trengtti
ftnd wholeiomenwn, More rVonotniVal tnan the ordlnary
klndi, and cannot Iw Bold In coiiurttll.on wlth tlie muUltwl
of low twt, nhort elnrit, alnm or ptiwphat powdern. .tolrt
tmtv in roui. ItOYAI. KAKINU rowJiEU COMFANY,
108 Wall Htreet, w Votk.
6 and 7 Per Cent
Clooil Flnt Mortjrafte Noten, bearlng above rates of ln
terwt, r7''1" ivml annnally and well wfcured, ran he
obUlned at Montpelier, Vt., Ihrousti V. J. (It.KANON,
Atrentof TIIK AMhlllCAX MOlirilAllK AND IVLST
MKNT COMI'AINY of lioxton. Maa-wchutielU.
Thc C.tr Btoon FuBiritn
I Resard It as
JAKCART 1, 13TS.
Mr. II. It. Slneni
Drar ir I lake plmumre In naylnji that I tmve nned the
VhdhrlNK ln my fainliy wlth (tood remillri, and tiate
known of neveral tweanr remarkable cure tlTected by it.
I letianl It an a valuable fanilly niHtrinp.
Yonratraly, Hr.y. WILLIAM McDOSALl).
The Itev. WlllUm MrDonald U well known througLout
Ihe Unlted MUtes aa a JIlninUT of the M. K. Church.
Vegctlno Is Sold hy All llriitsts
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kldneys nnd
Zt haa ipeclflo aetlon oa tbli mot lmporttvnt
orpui. enabliaf lt to tbrow off torpldltjr and
lnacUon, uUmuUUnj tho hoalthy aocreUon of
Ul Qlorin If you areBuflorinff from
Iwldlui I Cl maluia, have the chlUa,
aro bllloua, dyipcptlo, orconaUpated.Kldney
Wort wlll aurely rollovo and qulckly ouro.
In Iho Sprinir tooIeanaothoByUim, every
ono thould talte a thorough ooune of 1U
(1- SOLDBVDRU0C1ST8. PrlcoSI.
WILL CERTAINLY CURE
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis. Influenza, Asth
ma, Whooping1 Cough, Croup, and
every Affection of the Throat,
Innga and Chest, including Con
sumption. Sold by all Druggists,
GREAT IN VENTION
FOB WASHINtJ AND CLEA1TSIU3
Iq liard or ioft water.WITIIOUT SOAl'.aaJ
wltliout tlaiiRor to tlie flneit fabrlo.
SAVKS TIMK aud I.AltOlt ASIA.INOLY,
and Ii rapidly comtng Into genetal uie, Sold by all
Crocerif but beware of vllo counterfelts Its
Croat succeit bringt out daDerou tmlta
tlotii, but 1'KAltHNK ia the only aafe article.
Alwayibem the name of Jamei I'jle, NewVorlt
A great many people are asking
vihat partfcular troubles Drown's
IRON ClTTKRS is good for,
It will cure Hcart Disease, raral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Hheumatism,
Keuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power ls
wmply because it jmrifies and en
riches thc Uood, thus Leginniug ot
the foundation, and by building up
the systeni, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rhcumatism.
lUnimore, Md.. May 7, 1880.
My health wai oiuch titttcud by
RheumatUm whcn I commenced
taklng tfrowo'a Iron Uittcr. aud 1
carccJy had itrenzth enouah to at
tend tomy daily householddutlcs.
I amnowuilngthethlrdbottleand I
am reaaining itrcngth daily, and 1
cheerfully rccomraeud lt toall.
1 cannot iay too muctt ln jiralie
lt. Mri. Marv . ItKAstiuAK,
Kidney Disease Cured.
ChrUtiantburs, Va., 1881,
Sufferinjj from kidney ducat.
from uhlch 1 could cct no rclief, I
tned Krown' lron liittcrt, wluch
cured me complctcty. A cnild ol
mlne, recovennie from icarlct fver,
had no appetite and did not leem to
lfilttrs wlth the happicit teiulu.
J, KVLI MONTACUC
Heart Disease. '
Vlne 8t..lUrrUbure. Ta.
Dcc. a, ibSi.
Afttr trylne different phyiclan
and many remcdict fur julpitatiun
of tlie heart wlthout recclving any
ttnefit, I waa advlaed o try Itrowit'a
lron Uitier. 1 have tucd two ttot
tlct and never found anythln tliat
give me to much rclief.
Mri, JNIR 1ICB3.
Tor the peculiar troubles to wldch
ladies are subjcft, IIrown's Iron
ItlTTERS is invaluable, Try it.
Bq suro and gct tho Gcnulnc.
1 nUNCE Bf D
E. N. SCOV1LLE
I IMontpolioi', Art
WKDNKSDAY, XOVKMMKK 8 1882.
IiCglslaturo of Vermont.
WfilnMttay, Novembr 1
8KSATB MORNINO SEPSION,
Thrj itenflte cnnenpd at 10 o'clnck. Pevotfonal
esercien by the chaplaln, Journal ot yesterday
ipad and approTed,
Sfnator ljftey rnovcd that the penate rfqnest
tlie hoiiFe to retnrn to the po?peflslon of the sonnte
honn blll 107icarrpd.
liill Introduced and licrerrea. Ilr Benator
I'fltTA of tAtnollle. S. 100. " chanirtnt7 the tlme of
hofdloff the oounty ootut In the county of La
mollle;'' to Scnator Pflge an apeclal commlttee.
Ltitfs timei oi noiainR couti on iecona inettaay
n Maroh and StDtember after flnt TueadaT of
Decernber this tmr.
By Senator Walkff of Hotland, S. 107, "to
araend necs. 2,383 nnd ot the revlned lawi;"
to eora. on ludlclarv. Lxtends tlme whcn court
may make decreo concernlnd the care of children,
on appllcatlon of either parent; allowa connty
court and jtidfte of anpreme coart after flllnfr of
petltion to make order for caro and cnstody
dnring penning oi peiuion, on appucation oi
uy senaior aiKFr, a, iw, 10 croatea rxiaru
f rallroad commlnaionera and to prescribe and
define Itn powcm and dntios;" tocom. on rall
roads. Doard to conlstof three, nppolnted by
(tovernor at tldn fteulon and conflrraed bythe
lenate, whone termn of offlce ahall bn two, four
and tlx yeari reppectlTely from Dec 1, 1882. One
comralHstoncr, to be nppolnted at each blennial
nlnn wbniA tnrm nf rfllf-A ahftll bn xtt TPnr.
Tliev shall have theKeneraleupervlslon of all rall
ronas in tue ninie. i
Vastied, S. SO, Senator Crane'n blll provldiog
that acltatlon for a deporitlon may be aetved orj
hht attorney, whether the rwirty realdes wlthln
or wlthout the ntate; II. 50, Mr. ltoberts' blll
repeallnff the law making the exhiblllon of a
"tragcdy or comcdy" wlthln the ntate a final
offence, pnaied ln concurrence; S. 84, Senator
Walkerft blll anthorlzlnz tlie ralr llaren marble
and marbellzed nlate mtnpnnv to Increase Ita capi-
tai MfiCK irora ciuu.uw w eiw.twu.
Rcports. From cora, on judlclnry, by Senator
Hoyden, S. 113, Scnator Hoydon'fl blll furbiddlng
town cterkn to 1'Mue marringe llcenne when mar
riflco would be ln vlolatlon of law nnd reanlrlnff
annllcant to answer auc-rtlon to this effect. favor-
ably, wlth propo(al of amendment ln tihraenl
opy, wnicn weroagrpea toana me inira reaaiDK
wa ordprea ior to-morrow mornmg.
1- rom tlie com on luaiciary, uy senator aiker,
. 29. Senator Ide blll to Incorporate tho Inter-
natlonnl company (a mannfacturioK entcrptlso on
tbe ehore of Iake filemnhremBKoe) farorablr.
wlth projwsaH of amendment, to make perfectly
clfar that stock r-hould be pubject to taxatlon ln
the state, whfther boldem were non-rerident or
Toldent; cuts down perlodoi pxemptlon HBked,
frnm ten ti tive vears. Amendment ntrreed to
and tblrd reading orderedfor to-morrow mornlng.
trom com. on lutiiciary. uy senator lae. s. m.
Senator Ide's blll relatlng to proceertlngi In natu
rallzatlon canea, favorably, and tblrd reading or
dered for to-morrow mornlng.
From ceneral cnm.. bv senator llozan. H. 81.
Senator Walker's blll nuthoriziuz the Fair Ilavpn
Marble and Marblelzed Slate Co. to Increane lta
capltal stock, favorably, read the third tlme aud
From com. on indlclary. by Senitor Walker. S.
i0. aubstitnte for S. 72. In amendment of tlie diiu
per law, removlng the provlHlon wlilch prolde
ior tne removai oi persnna wnen mey are " iiKeiy
to " berame mtinern. On motlon of Senator Dov-
den, ordered to lle and be made the ppeclal order
ior fridny nt iu:ir. a. m.
Killed.S. 89, Scnator Gilmore'n blll, relating
toattachment and levrof executlon on cravc-
stonf 8, was reported from the jndiciary com., by
Senator Iioyden, adversely, and the third reading
Coos Vallai mllroad S. 100. sulMitnte for S.
35, extending charter of the Coos Valley rallroad,
came up fur a third reading nnd whs, on motlon
ot Senator Crane, ordered to lle and be prlnted.
un motion oi senaior uinguam, naj.
iiousb mohnimi srnaiow,
Devotlonal exerclnes bv tho chaplatn and read
ing of journal of je-terday.
rrohibitoru Amcnttment, wr. lempieoi irana.
n nresented a retltlon picned bv a larce number
of perpons In favor of a prolilbltory conHtitutional
jlills Introtluced arui Keferred. Uy Blr, liowe
of Newfane. II. 212. " eptabllshinc thenuadren-
ntal valuatlon ot the recond-claps real ectate of
the town of Newfane: to coin. on irrand 11st.
Lstaullshert the valuatlon of hecond-clam real es-
tate of Newfan at S103.8GS 50 or $'.) per acre.
Hy Mr. Ilfan of Victory. II. 213, " to legallze
the graud lbtt of Victory for tlieyenr 1881;" to
com. on grana itsc.
uy Mr. urown oi spnnciieia, 11, .'41, to pay
haac l. uodceoi snrincneia mr nrrecting and
convlctlng two thievcs named Wltllam IliU and
liarvey Sear; to com. on cmimit.
livMr.CurtUnfOranee.il, 213. " relating to
chattel mortgigea;" to com. on judiciary. l'ro-
videa tnat an omcerwno neiH tne property, or coi
lectn the money upon a chnttel mottgnge shall re
celve the name fees as for levvlnz uiton and
oeMIng property on executlon; an otllcnr caune
lcifly refulng to collect a roortgnge f IihII be 11a
ble for nlldamagen puctiined thereby; any mort
gagor wbo Becreten the property, or refuppH to de
llver It over. shall be deemed culltv of wilful
converplon thereot 1
livftir. inorpe or unarioue, u.it), "proviamg
ior ine erecnon oi a jni ior ino county ot uit
tenden and laying a tax on paid county;" to com,
of Chittenden connty mombern.
The Iiifihwau Mw.-Mt. Ijlson of Mendon, on
who.se motlon Mr. Maxham'tt hichwav blll. II.
158. whs dlsmlixed. moved to recnmlder the vote
dlsiul'tsing the bill. The blll wan rertod from
the generat com, advertely, and tho tblrd reading
waa about to be refu.ed wheu lt wai dlmised
Mr. Maxhamof Ilethoi ptwke at length in favor
of the bill. Mr. Munwm ot Manchester, the
cbairman of thegeneral commlttee, explnlned the
bui in detaii, ita merits and demcriu. me mo
tion to recorflider waa then refuR(kd.
rasxed.ll. 74. Mr. Munnon a b III "relat ne to
the care and rectr.vint of the lnsane; II. 70, Mr.
llut er a blll nrovldlne for the tulntlne ot the
reglntratlon rcport annually; S. 12, to pay Solon
K. Iterry 120 25; S. 73, Senator Ide'a blll umend
lng aec. 3,803 of reylaed lawit relating to the form
of jirocedure In prosecutiona for maintaining
Ilquor nnlwince; II. 102, legallrlng tbe organlza-
non oi me uiurei uien emeicry assaciaiioa oi
The Don Law. Mr. BifweU's blll. II. l.amend
ing the dog law, waa read the third tlme, nod on
tlie oueatlon of the nannHee of the blll, the yean
nnd naya were called for by Mr, Urldgman of
iiarton, wnicn were taaen aa jonows
1 'teii.V iHtam. AHama. A11n. Anrtrp. ArklfV. AtwnfMl.
llarUiur, llarnard, Itaten, ItiktUll, lltwn of Vlvtory, 1U-11,
HIkpHI, lllarkiner, lllake, Hrlt-n, llroniler. Iirown, iturkc,
jturioti, tjaMtfr, uiara vi isorm n?ro, orivn, (joiion, jhi
er. Cuxtilnir. Cutln. Havtx. Iixon. Katon. hdnon.Falr.
tiankii, Farr, FUh, Frentti, Kullnm, OaiiMin. IIUikoii, tlray,
(Irfn of I'lyniouth, llarlow, llayntw, lloukpr, Jiortoa or
i iiiiu-iinen, noiiiion. iiOHianu, iiuuipiircT oi rair itaven,
of Dover, krndall, Kennwly, MmbaH or Houtb llurllng
ton. Kiiiii.all of Vfruennen. Kittell. Landou. 1a Clair.
lUiiptk. JlannlnK, Miiiiam or itetliei, .tiamam or t'Oitnret,
MCUUiiODgn, .MfairiKm, jjiionon, rruimui. .luuio vt ni,
Albam. Nobleof Tlntnontt), l'aliie of Cabot. 1'alne, l'ait
l'riiibard, Oulnn, lUudill of Waterbury, Ht.JU-T, Itiplcy,
HowWp, HraulilUig of f'.ndlow. filaniey of Letrmter, ntvent
of Troy, Ktevem ot WaterTlile, Htkkney.htoneof l'laln
mpnon oi lrBHDQrKn, inotmwon oi rownai, inorp,
chrater, Wlug, Young ot Arlington 109,
PtV aitii, njrii niuv.ni, inrnrm.
H.ijmnn Ililirtiam. ltrlkiiH. Hutltr. ('liBniturlln. tliat lt nf
SUnnard, Cole. Curtln, Dearboin. IHi, KlUwortti, Farn
ham, Kay. Fktoher, Kolom, (Jrout, Urow, llintlnus of
Il&ncoLk. Haminen ot Waterford, llavward. Holden. Ilurtou
orilountllyliy. llowe, iiuuipnrey oi uurKe, iiuni, iiiiut.
y, Jrnkiui, Jttliiitton Oi r aynion, joneaoi aiurieni. iftu
LHaud, Lyude, Lyoo, Matlier, Mayo, JJcLaiu, .MtnlU
Mlller, Mottre, Moriw, OrvU. l'eck, 1'lnney of t'ltl-fleld
I'luinl'y, 1'oud, I'rmcott, 1'rratou of llolton, lttiinonl
Jlsfd, Itublnpon of Wardsboro, Ilooney, Hliepard, Nberburn,
Jlsfd, Itublnpon of Wardsboro, Ilooney, Hliepard, nberburn,
Kbtrtdan, Hbirwln, Bmttli of llrowuinnton, Smllbof New
bury, (mltlif KUtifortl, Htoneof Jlanville, Tatt, Taylorof
itruiiiwicK, auieiuo, aiarr or i cru. n my, n ruu, eiin,
Wltlte of l'anton, Wlilttrtuoie. Wtlcux, Wood, Woodard,
l oung oi ureeneuoro, oung oi uoxuury io.
And the blll pansed.
Kllled. The foilowlnz bllla were reported ad
veraelrand the third reading waa retuped: S.
41, Senator Ulogbam'a blll, enlarging tho powers
of pollco ofllcera; II, 01, " relating to the aupreme
Ordered for Tlilrd Reading. The followlng
biua were reponea ravoraoiy aua tne inira rean.
lng waa ordered ior to-morrow raorning; ii,
Mr. Smlth'H bllKof Itichtord) "to prevent dam
age to atreet HghtH (amended by making the
penaity not more tnan eou or more iuan tnree
montha lmprUonment); 11.222, tlr. Thompuon'a
blll onnatrulne refereucea to the revlned lawa: S.
73, Senator Itey'n blll to provlde for the drlll
aud iostructlon of the ofllcera ot the nillitia;" II.
120, Mr. l'rlent'r blll wblcU waa amended bo as
to exempt. ln the dlscretton of the llster, the
nerHfjnal eatataof mlnora. unmarrled women and
perHousorer eeveniy years ctunuy pour, wnuc
laiiii'i Savinui ltanki and Irutt LioJ. II,
Mr. Shertdan's blll provldlug that depolta ln
ruivlnga banks and trust companles ehall bo ttet In
tue jiH tue vamo as otner money. was rejtriru
aavertteiy irom commlttee on uanKR, air. snen-
aan aavocatpa tne nieritH nt tne i i. anti. on mu
tion of Mr. Battell ot Middlebury, U waa ordered
Rutland Street Rallxau. S. 42. "to incnrnor
ate the Rutland street rallway company," was
receivea irom tne senate, reaa aua reierrea to
com. on rauroaas.
On motlon ot Mr. loung oi Koibury,adj,
PHNATIt ArTKUNOON HBBS10N,
The senate convened at two o'clock.
ilUU Introduccd and Referrtd.lU Senator
Ulngham ot Cliittf uden, S. 109, ' In ameudment
of neo. 4,031 of chap. 182, rovisedlaws, relating to
doga;" to com. on agrlculture, lChanges tlme
wuen tonn cieraa inaii iianu over uogtax monej
Ui treatturer from lei-ember lt Ui Mav ltst.1
Uy Senator Ide of Caledonia, S. 110. fn rela
tlou to rooogulzanres lu crlmlnal caunes; to
com, on judiciary. Trovldes that on forfeiture
uf b.til in ttupreme rourt, HUpreme court shall
render judgment to that effect, adjudge that re
ypundeut has walved exceptlous and order case
remaudetl to county court for sentenco or such
further proceedtng as tue law requires. j
T. J. Jlaker'a Vlaitn Seuator ltey moved
rnmsid(ratlou of the vote lodittlntr 11. 101
third reading, On motlou of Sonatur 1'age, tli
iuollon ot seuator lutey was onieroii to ne,
Enhtratwi the Powers of Voltee OfHcert.Siu-
ator lde uiuied that a coiumittee ot three ena
tors be appolntPd to cotmtltute a couferent'e com
inlttee to confer wlth a comiuitlce ot three iiiein-
bers of the houve. lu regard to Senator Ulncham
blll, n. 41, enlarging tue powers or puiice oiiicers,
wlikli was refuned ias'ige In coucurreuce by the
huune, Seuators lde, Uarber aud Blughaut were
Rejwrts. From general commlttee, by Senator
I.ogan, S, 49, iucoriKiratlug the Veimontacrldent
associattuu, favorably, nnd third reading ordered
fur to-morrow inomtug.
hmftmn Veforrr.l lt 1(7.' tn Ipcallrfl tho
Laurel Olen cemetery aapoclatlon, to general com ;
II. 74. re Intlnc to thn rare and re tralnt of the ln
paeo, to com. onlnoane Apylnm lt. 70, relating to
prlntlngof reglatratlon rcport of the atnte, to
com. on nrlntlng; II. ttJ, Mr. Iila-eirn blll ln re
gard to the dog law, to com, on agrlcultnre.
vu motion oi senitor itcad, aajourncu,
nOL'SB. AFTF.RNOON SKflMON.
Uill IntmdurrA and KpferrfiLtiv Mr. Carter
ItvrUMll.'K. II, All It'lUMMK Wiuo iinuniuw V
anrctiea on the premlnra notes of fire Iniurance
companlefl, to Judiciary com, Itelletea the
Bnreuen on premium notea irom naDiiiuea auer
the tltle to real eatate has been tranferred ln
anch a way that by law or by the rnlea of the
company or terrna of the pollcy, tbe jwlicy becomea
to the aunnort of naunera and the llabilltvof non
renldent klndred;'' to the judiciary cnm. Itex
tend' the provMons of the pre?ent ntatuten ln re
gard to the Uabillty to aupmrt pauper kindrod ao
as to make the non-resldent klndred of a paa-
per uauie to snpport ncn pauper to tne extent oi
rjroncrtv nwnrdln thlM atate bv them. or debts
owlng to them from pernona renldent In thla etate.
ByMr. Cuahlngot Hartford, II, 249, " to pay
Jamen Q. Baten (of Hartland) the aum thereio
named;" to com. on clatms. For procurlng the
arrest of Loreozo Kldder, a couylcted horee
uy Air. nowo oi rewiane, ii, w "to compei
the apnearance of renondenta in court:" to cora.
on jndiciary, IProvtdes that unlesa a rcfpondent,
wuen arrsignea, bhrii in an casos appear in open
court and plend orally and In peraon, he shall for'
IrMr. Br i
en of Captteton, II, 251, " relating tn
the Ioanlng of milltary arms to grand army post s;'
tocom, on milltary affalrs. Trovidea that the
quarter-master-general may loan nrmn to grand
army pocts upon the executlon of a bond to rcturn
tne enme in gooa cnnnition.j
iit Air. uutier oi isex, uy renuest, u. uj,
relatlnir to hlnhwav snrTevorx:" to com. on
hlghwavf. brldgpn and ferrlec. Illghway eurvey
ors miint kcep the traveled trnck of hlghwaya of
ufllcient vtidth to enable rarriages and loaded
team to pasnoach other wltlmnt dnngcr of cob
lldlng. undrr n penaity of S20.1
ByMr. Walker of Peru, II. 253, "definlng
vnters ln town meetlngs;" to com, on eltctlont.
Malo cltizens repldlrjg ln a town may voteln
any town meetlng In anch town If hls list was
ttken ln any town ln thla rtate the preceding
uy air, ucox oi ueorgta, uy requcsi, ii,
to rav Godfrev Klob the sum thereln named:"
tocnm. on clalms. For procurlng the arrest of
Lewl rromiiley for the crime of lareeny, 1
AWei.-II, 198, Mr. Bridgman'a blll problblt
ing, under a ppnalry, any person from setting
up or uing a bllllard table or honling alley upon
ln nd adlofnlnir a scbool bulldlnc. collece. ncad-
emy, nr church was reported adterpely from the
commlttee on cducation aua tue tniru reading
Ordered for Thtrd Riad mj.S. 83. Senator
Burnap's bill, glvlng registers lower to nct ln
certaln capet when the judge Is absent, wa
reported favorably from tho commlttee on judi
ciary with mlnor nmeudment-tnnd the third read
ing wa orderpd for to-mnrrow mornlng.
ucorre a. liincs ovaim. n. iit, to pay oeorge
. llines 8248 20 for work for the insane asvlum
comml'fion, came up on a fpeclal order. Mr.
Abeit of Wect Ilaven clalmed that thii clalm had
been precented to two former leglslatureii, In 1878
and 18S0, and had been adjndlcated. Mr. Hookrr
of BrnttletHiro sald this clalm waa not adjndi
cated in 1878 bPcauFe Mr. llines did not appear,
and that the blll was disralHsed onapolntof or
der tn 1880. Mr. Martln of Londonderry stated
(Mr. Carter of Hardwick in the chntr) nbatthe
ftctlon of prevloua legltdatures had been, nnd that
under the law r.s it exlted in 1880, it requlred a
two-thirds vote of all the meinbera of thn house in
order to pass a blll for a clalm that had been
before prevloua legitlatures and adjudlcated, and
that under a "tiprK'sitlon that the clalm had bren
ndindlcnted ln 1878. a two-thirds vote In ita favor
was requlred but fatled, butas he undrrtood It
now. that rlaira was not adiudlc tted in 1878. Mr.
Nobieot St.Alb.ius cxplalned ln behalf ofthe
com, the merits of the blll. After tome furtber
detnte the bill was pa?aed.
un motion oi air. Aiien oi rcrrisuurgn, aaj.
Thtirslnr, November 3,
BFJfATK MOKN1NO 8ESSION,
The senate convened at 10 o'clock. Devotional
exercies by the chnplaln. Journal of yestcrday
rtad and aonroved.
On motion of Senator Ide, the senate acceded to
the renuent of the Iiouse to return to thelr iKJSfPH'
slon S. 41, Senator Blngliam's blll enlarging tlie
poweraof iwllce ofllcera.
JiiUs Introduccd and Rfferred By Senator
CMidsoi itutiand (by requer.tj, a. m, to em
tMiwer selectmen to wnnt treea benide the hlffh-
way; tocnm.cn niguways ana uriugea. iiro-
v de tnat c ectmen mav cause irees to ue luauteo
alon? emb'tnkmenta. duzwava nnd wberever
landmarks may be required aa gnldea for the
ravellng punnc; proviaea nne ior injunng or
etroving; jatrcea to navo jiirisaiciion j
Bv Senator Vlall of Bennlneton. S. 112. "toln
cortwrate the Trenor W. Park home for deetitnte
children and women;" to com. on judiciary, To
be locatcd at Bennington
HV senaior jjaroer oi iiennington, o, iio, "to
irohlbitthe erection ot barbed wfre fencea on tbe
ine between landof adjolntng owners;" to com,
m HPtlcnlture. fMakes nersnn ertctlnir llable for
ah uamnge ior injury to piock uniesa ue ootains
tnfl writtpn rnnspnt or ownpr or occuntfiroi aa-
lolnlnir land nrevlous to erection of the fence.1
vermont ..leciucni AStonaiion s. incor-
noratlns this association. waa read the third tlme.
Snnator Burnap ofTered nn amendment relating
to the cecurlty of tho capital stock; andon motlon
of Senator lde, ordered to lle.
raascd. Bllls aa follows were read the third
tlme and nassed: s. 93. Senator Bovdeu s blll,
provldlng fr the addltion of the questlon, ' Wlll
this tnArrlage be In vlolatlon of any Btatute law?"
lothe ll't of quefttlons to bo niinwerod by ap
pllcants for llcensec, and forbids grautlng of
marriace certiflcates bv townclerks if thev know
that the marriage li aoiemnized woum ue in vlo
latlon of law,
S, 94, Senator Ide'a blll prnviding that any
court of the state, of competent jurNdictlon undf r
the United States laws, may take jnrindlction of
the appllcatlen for natu rallzatlon of allen ml
dents lu tne state wnen no sncn court h m session
wlthln the county In whlch the appllcant resides.
S. 29, Senator Ide's blll Incorporatlng the In
S. 34, senamr rietcner a blll incorporatlng tne
Sheldon Art MusPiim, Archaeloglcal and Histot.
Ical Society at Middlebury, reorted favorably
from com. on educatloti by Senator Boyden, itu
nrooofa s or amenajipnr. wnicn were acreea to,
and the bill read the third tlme and Mrwed.
Cooji Valley Jiaiiroad a. iuu, substituted ior
S, 35, incorporatlng this rallroad company was
taken from tho table ou motlon ot Senator Ide
and the tblrd reading ordered for to-morrow
irforge a. innes waim.u. h, to pay ueorge
. Illnes S248.20 for nervlces rendered on account
ot tbe commifHlon appolnted upon the lnsane asy
lum, waa read and referred to the com, on clatms,
who reoorted lavorablv br senator Luttlnc,
Senators Crane aud Boyden interrogated the com
mlttee. senators Cuttlng and liurnap repnea,
civinif the reacons wbv thev made favorable re-
port. Senator Ketey explalned the clrcumstancea
under wnicn ine ciaim arose. senators uoyaen
on motlon of Senator Crane, the blll waa ordered
to lle and be made tbe speclal order for Wednea-
day next, at ii a. m.
Senator uovden. at ii.iXi o ciock. moved to ad-
journ, Senator Crane demanded the yeaa and
nays, wiiien reeuited aa ioiiows ;
lai icnatora Hoyilcn, Chamberun, Cnttlnir, Iartt,
F,tpy, Jlotian, Kollou.raue, rerkUi, Kead, Vlall, Wliit
a.iuj snabjrallarter. Itralnerd. ot Caluilnlat Ilraln
prd, of Franklin ( liurnap, Chltd, Colburn, Crane,
And the senate refused to adiourn.
After the introductlon of a blll by Senator
Barber, on motlon of Senator Colburn, adjourned.
HOU81E MOKNINQ HFJMIOK,
Devotional exercises br the chanlaln. and read
Inc nf venterdav's lournal.
Jtdts Introduced and Referred, y Mr. Willard
of Jericho, H. 255, to repeal cluuse 5, sec, 270, of
tbe reled laws;" to cora. on grand 11st. He-
Ceals tue law exempuug irora taxation -reai es
ite. used ln onerailoir a rallroad for a Deriod of
eight years from the tlme when tralns for publlc
roHl(', ftf.. piimmpiinft rnnnlnr 1
ilr Mr. Wliii? of Montneller. II. 'JZM. "ameiid
Idh the second section of an act to lucorporate
the viuaze oi Montpelier; to com. on corpora
tlona. By. Mr, Voung oi Arlington, u. i, "to legai-
Izethegrand Ustol Arlington ior iBsi-::;"to com,
on irrand !Ut.
By Mr. WilliamBon of Cornwall, II, 258, pro
vldlng for the destructlon ot noxloua wcedsln
hlcbwavH:" to cum. on azrlculture. fThe se-
lectmen may make prolnlons for the destruc-
tlonof thlstlesand other doxIous weeds growlng
ln the higltways betueen juiy jdiu ana August
ist eacu year.j
Xnlaraina Oie I'otren of Potice Ofllcer Mr
Thompnon of Irasburg!! moved to recumtlder tbe
vote refusing the third reading to S. 41, Senator
Blngham'a bill enlarging the powers of pollco
oiiicers, and this motlon was ordered to lle and
be made the speclal order for Friday afternoon at
a o ClOCK,
Enlarainn Powers of RenUteraofProbate Covrt,
S. 85, Senator Burnap' a blll allowlng reglaters
ofprobate court to perforra thedutlbsof judge
uuniiz tne temporary huscdiu ui iuo juubc, m
read tne third Ume. Mr. Plumley opponed the
twssnge.and thougbt we ougbt not toleglslate
reglaters lnto judges. Mr, Iluoker aald the pres
ent law worked great Incoureulence to partles
Mhitrnmn frnma dlstarjce to the nroliato courtand
found the judgo absent and nobusluesa could be
done. Mr. Burke was opjtosed to the bill aud
tlioncrbt thn neoitle oimht to ntv wbo should be
thelr judge iustead of electlng a judge who left
tbe reglider to do all the wurk. Mr. Carter tutld
the law now allowed reglstera lo ceitain cnxes to
peifurm the dutles of judge and thougbt It was
prover to allow them to perforin the dutles when
the judge ls teraporartly abteut. Mr. Thoiiipnon
aald the prutticai woikiugs oi tue law were as ui
bill uow coutetniilates. Ihe reglaters now go
rlght on and do all the work In the nbsence of the
iudirQ eir?nt wlien brutincs were set beforehand,
some further dincusftou enoued, On the questlon
of the pafsage, the ytas and nays weio demanded
uy flir. llioiupnuu nuu icnuivou am lutiun.
I'rai, Meanr. Alell, Adeini, Andrvwi, llfan of Victory,
lHMfli, Urewkier, irun, miruiu, iiuimr, t im, v,taia oi
Ktauuard, lavlH, ratou, h'lmm, Flib, rUk, (Irevu of
t'anaau, HaiuUtou. llayiiPi, llut'ker. iioruin oi uimifinuu
llortouof Mount llully, lluwlaud, lljde, Jolmrau of Wall
liiKfi.nl. Ji.iim nf lhier. Junt-a uf W alUfltiUL Jimt-a ol
Wliet-lotk, Keudall. Klii'ley, iJindon, Luvicr. l.jun, hlan
Ulnit.alailiaui of ruiiifirt, McUm, .Mlller, Miiuauii, I'aue
or Jioril'lowu, l owenoi lainmun, i ian, imwi, im
dall of lUdfpark, hiptfy, KuIk-iU of Iturlluglou, Itobliiaoit
i n aruaiioru, rtiiri'aru, riitiiu vi fei'ui, rimmuun ui
l.ndluw, hlflvrnaof Watirlll, Hutton, laylor vt (lukltunl,
kbury, IIii'Iiiixhju of Waaburkb. Iliorp, Waltt-flel,
wav, wIM, wiuumnou, xuuug oi An
Wvlla. WlllUiiiaou, Youug ot Arllugtou, Young
A'uui.Mtw.ra. Allen. Arkley. Ayer. Barnard. BalM. B.t-
tell, lleau ut lllover, Blaikuier, BUke Bollu., Bollou,
ltrlditui.n, BrUliam, Brlgga, Broinley, Bmwu, Burke,
t haiuU'rllu, t'blld.. C'ole, Corlkaa, ColUiu, Culvvr, Cunhlug,
C'uiu, liearburu, IHiuUk, lni, Itlion, lll.woitb. rala
bruoka, t'airbtuika, t'arutuuii, . arr, t'.y, Fletcher, rolwuii
Frpnch.Fnllnm.Fullpr, Oanon, 0!ton, flray, Own of
rlymnnth, (Iront, (lrf.Tr, Orow, llarlow, flaatinft ot
Hanrork,ltaallngof Wtford, Hayward. Ilfrrlrk, IIol
d"n, Holtnrtt, IIoiiKlitnn, IIoiiRlnn, lloward, flowp, llamrli
ryv or Hnrke, llinnphnT of Fair Ilaven, llnnt, IlontlPf,
Hnlchlnaon, Jenblna, Jonnam of FajMnn, Johnaon of Hiid
nnry, Jchnaon of Vprnrtn, Krnt. KitinnlT. KlmlAll pf Ver
Bfnnw. Kltlcll, fi Clalr. tvnde, MaPck. MUr, Matle-
Mrrlll. Mnnr. fnn. Nixvltiam. Nnt.fa nf T lnmnnlti. Dr.
VN, I'alffnof Cabot, Palne. rartrld((P, I'prk, Terklne, 1'rtiry,
iuiiiln, miipy di i hikiipiu, i iumiej, i nwrni oi Ainpna,
rrpPtonof Itrtlton. Prwtnn of aharon, I'rltctiaM, Qnlnn,
Itanrtall of Watprfmrv Itar. Itavmnnri. Rwxl. KMI. ftnh-
prla of HomeriPt, Koblp, Hoblnnon of WtaLheraflpM, Knonpy,
Itowr-ll, Itntlpr, Montt, Hhrl1an, flherwln, HktfT, Rklnnfr,
Hmltbof Addlaon, cmllhof Iirownlntrton, 8mlib of Fliu
ford. Hmlth of Itlrhford, Smlih of Slirewobnry, Howle,
JpaHldlnarf Wet Wlndaor. Htxnleyof WaMilnaUm, Rfvrnd
of Tmy.Hittknpy.aione of Danville, atone of I'lalnflMd,
Hykf", Talt. Taylor of llronwlck, Temple, Templeton,
Trry, WadWirh, Walkpr of Hpnon, Walkpr cf lrn,
Webfi, WHch, WMte pf Kdrn, White of Panton, Whltte
morp, Wllrtpr. Wltcoi, Wlllarrt, Wlncbeter, Wlng, Wood,
nd thobasaaee of the bill ln concurrence waa
Pastied. II. 222. Mr. ThomnHOn'a blll. ,,con
strulrg references to the revised laws;" II, 105,
Mr Smlth'sfof Richford) "to prevent damage to
street llghW S. 75, Senator F-stey's blll "topro
vldn forthfl drill and lnstructlon of the offlcers
t.Tcmntlon from 7xaon. Mr. Prlest s blll. II,
120, exemptlng from taxatlon In the discretlon of
the liaters tho personal ontate of mlnor, un
marrled women and nersons over seventv vears
of age actnally poor, wben tbe taxable property
ana property exempt irom taxatlon aoes not ex
ceed 8200. Mr, Thompon offered an nraend
ment rcqutring anch peraon to make and return
an Invpntory and the lli-ters to appralae tbe same,
etc. Mr, Hooker opposcd the amendment wblch
would renulre everr uoor nerson to bo tbrouirh
the useles lorm of making an Inventory. Mr,
liastmgaoi wAteriora imerrogatea. rtir. ,nnaa
favored tlie amendment, Mr. Thompaon favored
tho amendment and gave Inetancetof poor wldows
who trled toeet rld of maklnz allt aud (In one In-
stance) when compelled under oath retnrned a llrt
m jur. wens oi uranoy, nnmiey oi
Northfield favored the amendment. Mr. Wlng
of Montpelier. Pricst of Barre, Cutts of Orwell,
jonnson oi ravaton oppoaea tne amenument
The amendment was then dlsagreedto; yeaa 70,
On motlon of Mr. Smlthof Addison, adj,
SRNATB. AFTEHNOON SES9I0N.
The senate convened At 2 o'c!ock.
llousc Jlills Referred. U. 105. Mr. Smlth'eblll
to prevent damsge to street tlghta, tocom. on
blehwava and brldzes: II. 122. Mr. Thoranpon 's
blll conatrulng references to tbe revised laws, to
the judiciary com.
iiiiitw, o. t', nrutviur uuyueu b uiii ttuuiiiK
ioxes to tne nat ot noxloua anirania, was rerorted
from the com. on asriculture. br Senator Chlld.
favorablr. witb nromsat of amendment to make
the bounty flfty cents Irtstead of two dollars.
senator iioyaen aavocatea tne passage oi tne
o i. senator itozan inouirnz tue aoort waa suin-
clent lnduccment. The thtrd reading was denled.
Illlls Introduced and Referred-
uy senator liurnap oi umienaen, s. ih, - to
lable the rmbllc tosecure reasonable facilittes
from rallrnadv," tocom. on rallroads. Provldea
that twenty or more freeholders may apply by
pttition to the supreme court to compei rallroads
to make connectlons for thelr accoinmodatlon In
the same manner ns one rallroad raay now cite
anotner oeiore tne auprome court ior tne same
By Senator Boyden of Orange, S. 115, "to
secure unlformity of text booka:" tocom. on ed
ucation, Provides for the creation of a text book
commlttee of seven to be Abnolnted br the cov
ernor 10 seiect a unitorm nsi oi icxi uooKa to
bo ued In every town ln the state for ten years.
The DoaAiw Mr. Bisson'a blll. II. 90. amend-
Ing the dog law by making tax one dollar for
each male nnd four dollars for each female dog.
puppies to ne conidered dogs, was reponea ia
rorably from tlie com. on agrlculture, by Senator
tniids, ana tne quention being on tne tuira reaa
tng,la dicii!"9ion arose, partlclpated ln by Sen-
B.n.d n.lU. tlA.n rnitlni.
"lw,.D viiuuo, iwiuru, ynBUi .yuk,ut
Bralnerd of J ranklin. Mclntoah, Uartt, Bralnerd
of Caledonia. Binzham. Scnator Howard fa
vored the Dtsoatie of the bill. and would make the
dog law as etrlngent as pos-dble. He offered an
amendment mnxiDg ine tax on ranie aoga two
dollarrilnsteadof one, butwitbdrewlt, feariugthe
amendment mtuht klll tbe blll. Senator Chllds
advocatcd the pacsage ot the blll: would exter-
minnte (iog, ii posioioj tnougnt n was ae
manded for tbe better protection ot the sheep In
terpst. whlch ua the interest of tbe state. The
commlttee thousht ducs should belicensed and
tnere appcared to be a nmversai aemana ior an
Increased tax. Senator Bovden oDpoeed tbe bill,
Illa constltnenta did notneed nny such law. but
be waa wllllag to compromlse, recognlzing the
intereta oi otner porttona oi tue siate, out
the present law was s ufllcient for all purposfs.
senaior nogan tnougnt tue present aog law waa
tutlleieut. Senator Cutting favored amendment
but thouebt lt would klll the blll. Senator Braln
erd of Franklin was in favor of taxtnz dozs but
did not favor this bill. Senator Bralnerd of Cale
donia favored and Senator Mclntosh opposed the
blll. Senator Dartt agreed witb Senator Howard
and would extermlnate the dogsand protectthe
mrmers wno were lntcreptea in sneep, ana tarorea
the bill, Senator Blngham oppoaed the bill;
thouebt it unwlse to blace doss on the same ba-
sls as other property; there should be dlscrlmlna-
tion uea in tue matter. ine ciause aoout pur
nles was a soecles of " ereenb.tckiHm." nnd bll
ouzbt not to ras. Senator Bovden called for
tne yeas ana nays wnicn resuitea as ioiiows
Yeai enatora liarlier. llralnerd of Caledonia. Chnm-
Ixrlln, Clitldn, (,'olt.urn. Cuttliia, Dartt, Flelilier, UmMlnln,
iiowaru, iiaiun, l eraint, jteau, viaii, wniicoiuo. is.
Aai- Scnator Itlneliain. Hoviten. Ilralnerd of Frak
lln, liurnap, Crane, Fty, Hogan, Jonea, Kellon(Mcintwti(
I'age, reinpletoo. li.
and the third reading was ordered for to-morrow
Seuator Colburn from mlnority moved a recon
sideration of the vote rc(utIng a third reading to
to S. 9. ln recard to foxes na noxloua animals.
On motion of Scnator Jones ordered to lle nnd
be rande the speclal order to-morrow at 11 o ciock
Rrnorti. From com. on ncrlculture. br Sena-
tor Chllds. S. 109. Senator Blneham's blll. amend
lng tbe dog law, favorably, wlth propohals of
amenament. un motion oi senator uoyaen re
commltted to the commlttee.
Resolutlon, Senator Howard Introduced a res-
olutlon llmitlcg the time for the Introductlon of
bllls In tbe senate to Nov. 10th. No bllls tobe In
troduced after that date wlthout the unanlmous
consent of the sentte. Senator Ketey moved to
nmena by excepttng uuis presentea uycoramit
i-cco. vu niyiiuu ui ocunwr uujucu, uiucicu iu
Uf, by a yea and nay vote, demanded by Senator
uoyaen. teas ju, nays i.
Oa motlon ol senator Uoodwln, adjoumea,
HOCSK AFTKKNOO.I SEKSIOK.
II. 120 came un as unfinUhed bunlness. Mr.
HastlngH of Waterford moved to amend so that
tlie listers ln thelr discretlon mlght apply the ex
erm.tion to anr nerxnn. fnntejid of teraons over
aeventy years of age, who do not own over 8200
ofproptrty, After conslderable dlscusslon, Mr.
rjiaurooKs oi Sherburne roovea to aismiss me
blll, whlch waa agreed to by a vote ol to Td.
The Rutland Countu Xational liank Claim&,
43. to pay the Iiutland county Xational Bank
S370.74. was taken un. The blll was oniK-eed br
Mr. Allen of Ferrlsburgh. Mr. Noble, ln bebair
uf the committee onclaims, explalned the clalm
and the aetlon of the commlttee. Mr. Kandall ot
Waterbury thougbt we onght to pay legitlmate
clalms and not discourage the pursult and punlsh-
ment oi criminais. Mr. unuaa oi nenningion
took the aame vlew. Mr. Plumley of Nortbtield
Interrogated tbe commlttee as to the amount
allowed by the auditor, The third reading was
then ordered for to-morrow mornlng.
Exemptton of isheep and CW. H. 172, Mr.
Cutts' bill, Ilmltlng the value of tbe exempt cow
and tcn sheep, was taken up as speclal order, and,
the votepastdng the bill havlng been reconsldered,
tue question recurrea on tne passagu. air. luiu
movod that tbe blll ba ordered to lle. After a
tomewhat lengthy and rambllog dlscusston, Mr,
Woodard or llaiilax moved that tne uiu oe ais
mlssed. Mr, Uooneyof Fairfield demanded tbe
veia and naya, wbich were taken as follows:
Yeas 112, najs 15, and the motlon to dUrules was
Physlology and Jfyfjlene.S. 01, The bill pro
vldlng for the study of bygieue and physlology
was reaa tne tnira ume. juecsrs. riuuiiey oi
Northfield. Smitb uf Newbury. Dearborn of Kly,
advocated the passage of tbe blll, Mr.
Childs of Bennington opposed the passage of the
bill ln lts present form, and moved to amend by
strlkiog out the words, "wbich fchall glve speclal
promineuce to tneeiiecta oi stimuiants ana nar
cotlcs upon the hunian system," Mr, I'rlest ot
u.irre oppotiea tue amenameot. air. uuuer oi
Isexadmitted that tbe effect of stimuiants aud
narcotlcs was great, but he thougbt that tbere was
neglect ln otber brancbes already introduced, and
opposed tbe further introductlon ot studles. 11a
thougbt we ougbt not to con One the study of phys
lology and byglene,lt wewere to have that study,
the dlscussion. on motlon of Mr. Sherwiu of
l-'rtday, November 3
SKNATB MOltNIMl S1MION,
The senate convened at 10 o'clock. Devotloual
exercises conducted by tbe cbaplaln, Her. II. A.
.ogers. journai oi yesteroay reau ana appruvvu,
Thn Ktmnort and livmovul of Paiilcrs.8. 1K).
substitute bill, provldlng for tbe amendlng of the
law regardlng the removal ot paupers, came up
aa the speclarorder for the mornlng, and, on ino-
be made the speclal oraer xor next tuesaay
7nori. From cora. oa banks. br Senator
Fletcher. H, 85, lncoriwratlng the Itutiand trust
comttanv. favorablr with Drotosalsof amendment
making corporation subject to atl laws bereafter
enacteu uy tuo nutio. i u aiueuuiuvuv w nKruu
to and third reading oraer eu ior to-morrow morn
trorainecialcom.. conrjlstlngof Senator Page,
S, 100, changlng tlme of boldlng Umollle county
rnnrt tn tha aecond TuesdAvs In March and Sen-
tember. Hnnually, favorably, aud third reading
ordered for to-morrow raorning.
Fmm mm. on hlebwavs nnd brldzes. br Sena
tor Martiu, II. 110, Mr, Smlth's blll to prevent
aaniuge to street uguva, lavor&uiy, nnu iiuru iwiu
lng ordered for to-morrow mornlng,
The Isle U Motte Rridye
Fn.i.i rom, on lihrhwavs and brldees. br Sena
tor Martlo. S. 02, anproprlatlng $5,000. for the
jierinanent tne bridge irom
Iale ljl Motte to A
liurKl, favorably. beuator Martln fur the coni
nilttoe and Seuator. Cliambcttaln and llozan
explalned the .ituutloa aud were ot the oiiIdIoii
that a brlde v, a, necotttary, tliat the inoney already
exii.mled ha. hetn vety judlclou.lv exiiended
audltliat the towu waa eutitled tu thi. ald, hav
Itif: alreatly locurrea ior inem a lortutuanie aetit,
Ihfi blll waa then read the tlilrd time aud liaa.ed.
'uane,. II. llil, Mr, Noblo'a blll auieudlDi! au
act uuihorlzlnK th. vlllage t,t Bt. Alban. to refuod
tlie outrtau.iiui: notea ur noiaa aiimivea nov
l:t. 1K7K. waa reiiorted favor.blv frotu the com. un
raud ii.t by benatur MclotoU aud read tbe
third Ume aod iiued, Makea buard ot siuklug
H. 1U), (ubntltute fur S. 89, Senator l'etklna' blll
e.te&dlDg tbe charter o( tbe Coos valley rallroad
couijiany, waa reaa tue uiira uuie anu paaaea.
Rountu on Fotph.R. 0. Ranatnr Ttnrdsn'a blll.
Including foxes In the Itst ot noxlous animals and
provldlng a bounty, came np as tbe speclsl order
on a motion by Senator Colburn to reconMder the
vote taken yeaterday denying lt a third reading.
Sen a tors IIowArd, Ollmore, Boyden, Jones and
Qoodwln favored a rcoonalderAtlon, Senator
Bralnerd ot Franklin wlshed tolnclude nkunke,
woodchncks. owts and hawks In llst of noxloua an
imals, if foxe were; oppoaed the blll, as the state
would be compelled to pay bounty on many foxes
klltod In CanndA, New Ilampshlre nnd other
ctite. Tho motlon to reconslder prevalled and
tho third reading was ordered fur to-morrow
The non lAiw.u. 96. Mr. Blsseu s bii roan-
lng the tax on female doge $4, came up for the
third readlntf. Spnatnr Crane nronosed slx
amendments ln phraseology, and statlng the
rnno wnen a pnppy Decomrs a aog, at eignc
weeks. whlch were adopted, and tne blll was
passed, wlth proposals of amendment to tbe
house. br a rote of 18 to 8. Senator I'are havlnz
demanded the veas and nars. reeultfoz ii fol
Vmi flcnatora ItartWM1. nrlnnt(i Calmlnnla.. TtralnaM
r leirnrr, uoonwin, iiocan, iiowara. iat, JHanui, remni,
Read, Vlall, Vldtcomb-lfl.
.Vrtvi flpflfttors HlnjTiam, nnrnap, Ollmore, Jonei, Kel-
Abtrnt and A'ot Foi'fKi SnAtma Rnvdan. Cnttlnff. Ei-
On motlon of senator Read, adj,
IIOCSE MORNINO BEA9I0N,
Devotlonal exercfnea br Itsr. Mr. llastinira. the
merober from Hancock. Readlnz of veaterdav's
satcor jAQUors. etc. ov urvaam. air. smitn
of Pittsford Introduced tbe petltion of Leonard
y ooas ana otner puysicians, wnicn waa reierrea
tothe ludlclarv com.. Asktnz that thelawbeso
amended as to allow druggitta to sell llquors for
nicniciDiu porposea on tne prcscription oi pny
Jlilu Intrtnlucpdand Referred. W Mr. Roberts
of Burlington, II, 259. ' to amend sec. 84 of tbe
revled laws, relating to certiflcates of elpctlon;"
to rom, on elpctlons, Provldea that lt electlons are
had by warda, and there lano comraou presldlng
ofllcer, the certlficate of electlon shall be slgned
by the town or clty clerk.l
By Mr. Taylor of Guilford, II. 200, "relating
to tbe support of translent paupers: " to general
com. Overseers of the poor shall relteve and
support poor persons havtng no legal settlement
in me nnie anu ino expenae snnii ue jmia out ui
been allowed by the auditor of Accnunts.1
uy oir. inorpoi t-narioue, n. zmt -nxingtne
compenatlon tobe allowed telegrapb companles
ior tne use oi tneir poiea ior tne eunport oi teie
phone llnee;" to Judiciary com. tlxea the nn
nnal comoensatlun at S1.50 uer mlle for each
uy itir. KOueiia oi uurnngion, n, uj, "to ei
tabllsh the southern boundarlea of the city of
Burlington;" tocom. of tnembers from Chitten
uy air. smitnoiewDurv, u. w, " to regniate
passenger and frelzht tnrlffs on rallrrad, and to
reenlate and brobibit unfust dlscrlmlnations In
the same;" to com. on judiciary. Prohlbita dls-
criminations ln nasseneer and ireieht taritis and
nruvldes for a tarlff to be coverned br the mlle-
iiv air. ume oi Aiontnei er tur reauesti. ii,
2G1, "relating to oflicial advertfslng and tbe
publlcatlou of thelawa; to jolnt speclal com.
on court expenses, AU advertisements requlred
bv law to be imld for at rpzular commerclal rntes
of tbe seeral papera. For publishlng the seesion
iaws there shall be pmd to newspapera ot not over
1.000 clrculatlon. $30 i over 1.000 and not ovei
2,500, S50: over 2,500, $75.
uy air, sncriapn oi mgnznie, n. -ju.i, --in aa
dition to chan. 140 of the revised laws: " to com,
on judiciary. Provides that when a town decma
Itself excesnlTefy burdened by being requlred to
build or rebuila any brldgo or hlgbway wholly
in sucn town or is oeneiuea oy a oriage or nign
war ln another town and therefore has to con-
tribute, such town ao excePBively burdened may
itetition to tbe countv court in the countr In
whlch tbe bridge or hlgbwny la situated, wbo
tttiau appoint cnmmissioners.j
By Mr. Hnntley of Duxbury, II 200, "topar
George C. Washburn the sum thereln named: '
tocom. on clalms. For profepslonal servlcesin
making post tnorhm examlnatlon of Ann and
Bv Mr. Pazeof Morristown. II. 2i7. "to Incor
porate the Lamoille County Savlngs bank and
irut uo.; to com. on corporationa.
By Mr. Allen of Ferrlsburgh, II, 208, " glvlog
authority to serve procesa to certaln ofllcersof
associatlons for brlnging thieres and burgtars to
justlce;" to judiciary com. Assoclatlona formed
accordlng to law to ald iu,detectlng and brlnging to
justlce thievea, etc, may elcct not over twenty
members to oflice of pursners.wbo shall hold
ofllce not over one yea r, and raay serve crlmlnal
procesa anywnero in tne state. i
Bv Mr. Lacdon of Rutland. II. 20, to author-
ize the selectmen In towns ot more than 0,000
inbabltants to alter scbool dlstricts; to com. on
educatlon. f Selectmen In such towns urxm
Iietltlon of legal votera raay alter scbool distrlcts.l
f'inal Adlournment Mr. Pwln of Newport
offered a lolnt resolutlon nrovldlne that acom.
of two senators and three repreentath ea be ap
polnted to ascertaln and report at tbe earllet
practlcable day, to wbom all resolutlon on tbis
sublect shall be referred. The resolutlon was
ndnnted on tbe part ut the house by a vote of 68
Physlology and Ifyglene.S. 51, the blll whlch
adds to the studles of common scbools pbysiology
and hygiene, "wblch shall glve speclal prom
ineuce to tbe effects of stimuiants and narcotlcs
unon the liuman avstem." waa taken ud ns unun-
lned bnsiness, the question being on the adop
tlon of Mr, Chllds' amendment striklog out the
words above quoted. Kxtended argument were
made In support of the amendment by Mr. Chllds
of Bennington and ln opposltlnn by Mr. Plumley
of Northfield, Sherburne of Rochester. Noble of
St Albans. By unanlraous consent Mr, Childs
wltbdrew hls amendment. Mr, Battell of Middle
bury Interrogated the committee as to whether
there were any snltnble text books on the subject
and was answered by Mr. Prlest. Mr. Farnhnm
of Wet Fairlee demanded the Drevioua auestlon
wblch wai econded by the house. On the questlon
ol the third reading, Mr. rerains oi inasor ae
manded tho yeas and naya, as follows:
lVwi. MMr. Adanm, Atlfn, Andrvwi, Ilattfll, Hean of
Victory, Hell, Uliwelt. ltlackiner, hlake. Hollei. Holton,
Ttrldtiiuan, llrlnn, llrown. Iturke, Iturton. Clianiberlin,
Clark of North llcro, CoIp, Oorlbw, Cuahlirg, Doarborn, Ix,
Faton, VUln'Mi, Klli'worth. Frwln, tJtabrooka, Falrt-ank.
Farr, Flnk, Fltla, FleU-tirr, Folnoiu, Frenrb. tllbmn, tlreeo
of I'lymouth. tlrout, (Irotr, (irow, llarlow. Ilaatlntfa of
Hancock, IIntlngoI Wnterford.Ilayward.llolden, llolmea,
norton 01 iiiUMWUen, iioruin or Jiuimt uouj. uur, uuu
l,.r.l Mm,rv nt Itnrk. 1 1 iininhrnT nf Fair IlAten.
llutrhlnaon. Jchnnonor Walllnirford, Jonof lovpr, Jonea
of WaiUBeM, Jonee of WliMo.k, Kent, Kenneily. Kimlan
or noinn IMirilllKlon, nuiairj, iJiu'iuu, imnu,
, aiannintt, Aiainer, Aiaiuam oi neiun, jic-
obleorHt. Alben., oble of Tinmouth, orvla, I'AUeof
i, .lierriu, jtiuier. .tioore, aiiimr. pruiisiiiii
8mllii of lUchford, t,n.uldtnB of Ludlo'w, lt.n!ey of Lelcw
xer, Htvpna of Waterville, Stone of ln?ille, Htone of
j-l.ino.iil, pjbw, l.ii, ii-uii'ie, imwuuiji iuwuii u,
Inubu.xb. Ihorp. Tr.cr, W.y, WelU, WUcox, WUl.nl,
.Vav Ayer, n.rbour, lt.rnard, K.u. Brewater, Hrla,
Hromlrv, Itutler, t'arter, cbudH.OUrkot Muuo.rd,Culer,
Ii.vu, Dlion, f .rnh.ui, r.y, l uii.iu. i).ubou, uny, iiaoi'
tlton. U.yne, llerrlck.llow.nl, Ilowland, lluut, llantler
Jnhn.nn .., Vui.lnn. Jlilm.nn nf MUilbUrV. JohUKlU Of Vr
nou, KltteU, M.ttnwn, M.yo, McCuUougb, Uunwn, r.rt
rldge, ivrry, 1'lnn.y of I'ltnneld, 1'ond. powere of CUren
dou, 1'r.aton of llolton, 1'reeton of Sharon, Kand.U of
uydetutrk. Kanilall ol waterbury, luir, iwu, niuicy,
Koouey, ltoMoe, ltow.ll, Scott, riheildan. Hberwln, Smltb of
Addliwtn. Minllh of l'ltuford. f mltb of Hhrewabury, rlp.uld-
lns of We. t vvlndwr, tlli'kny, Mutton, T.ylor of Brun
wick, Templeton. WadlelKli, W.kpDuld, wa'ker or reru,
w.hli uXh w'hu.nr tTAn. Whi. nf P.ntnn. WhltUi.
more, tt llder, Wlnchwiter, Wlng, WoM, foung of Arling
ton, Young of llrt-en.boro, Young of Itoxbury ,6,
Abtmt or A'ot Voltna. Abell. Arkley. Alwood. Bean or
itiover, iii.ea, iiiiku.u,, i.,mu. i wiiuu, -u,n.. -lrk,
rk.ti, Kuller,(l.Ke,Urwnof Canaan, HoUou, Houghton,
llou.tou, Lyde, Jeii.ma, neniiaii. r.inioau oi .rrKvuoe.
rltLbanl, Itlwlon, ItoUiuof Burlington, bb.iianl, Howlea,
i.ni, nf 1, i,l.iiii,ti.. Hi..n, nf 1 rn. T.wlorof (lutl-
ford, 1 hornt,Kn of 1'oanal, Walker of Henaou, Waller JT.
And tlie tblid rejidini was ordered for to-morrow
Ua uiutlon of air. 1'ecK oi urooaneia, aaj.
;comtim'kd ix thi avrrLiutiiT.:
Foreicners have been accustomed to ex
tol the little.coprer-tastlne ovsters of Kng
jand and tbe contlnent; but the London
Dauy Aeai evidenlly has some knowieagi
of the Amrtlcau bivalve. It savs i " In thi
nresent deartlt of oystere, turnlne what waa
onco a season ot joy into one oi regret, a
pang of envy wlll eeize the gormand who
reaas ot ine greai oysier ueaa lorioeu anu
lu nrocess of forination in that arm of the
sen between Lonc Island and continental
New iort, known aa mesoumi or me I'.aai
Hiver. Uyster farmlng iu that favored
regiou is carrieil out on a stupendous scale.
wlilch uwaris tne puny enoris oi me un
World to iunigniticance. There are ainong
the ovster culturlsts of the houud proprle
tors ov.nlng beds with an area of 1,000,
C.O00 and 10,000 acres apiece, and the bed
diug of the oyster ls an operatlon ou whicb
conslderable care, ekill, tlme and labor are
employed. Jhe American oyster, wulcn,
wnen tresn wrn irom ils nauve ueu, iaa
very dilTerent aulmal from the uuhappy
1 ivalvea after an ccean voyage, lends ltself
verv readily to cultivatlon, and grows with
eitraordlnary rapldity. In this oountry we
are too apt to confouud slze with coarseness,
as the '.ulus do fat with dlgnlty ; but the
better advlsed Americans know liy agreeable
nractice with lllue 1'olnta, Shrewsburys,
Slobile llavs and other favorlte ovsters that
the bigger they are the better they are, and
for every kiud of roasting, brolllng, steam.
Im. and atewlnir linmeasurablv suitlor to
any to be obtalued iu Europe. Tbe Kaat
Iliver fariners are gainlng knowledge by
eiperience, aud have already discovered
facls wulcli II known are pracllcally lg
nnriul in Kurone. to wit. that ovsters thrive
far better in deep thau ln shallow water,
and nrefer a bottoni artiflciallv made of ojs
ter-shells to any other. Whlle they are
uagerly laying down spat "full fathoui
five" beueath the surlace. Knclish am
Freucb ovster-crowers appear to cling fondly
to tbe shallow puddles ht whlch ovsters
taue an uucoiiBCionauie iuue in growiug
A I itti.k boy who haa beeu used to re
celvlug hls older brother's old toys and
clothes recently remarked ! " Ma, will I have
to marry hls wldow wheu tie dles (
TIIK ANOKL UP I'ATIICNCK.
To ireKry hmru, lo mounilnit bome.,
Owli me.ket .n,tl gpntl j coinMl
No pow,r hna h to tanloh p.ln,
Or glr, n, b.ck our lo.t ,K.ln,
Ao ytl In tartpr.Nt love, our de.r
An4 IlMTenlj r.tlier wntla lilm berv.
Ttiere', qul, t In Iti.t ftngpl', gl.nc,
Thrr.', rrattn til. Btlll couDten.ucl
11 luockl DO Rrlf f 1.1. M! clieer,
Xul wounila witb word. tbe tDOUrnf t', c.r)
Itut 111. .nd wom b, tn.7 not cnra
II. klndly tralna ua to andur,.
Angcl o( r.tlenr, I Mit to c.lm
Onr feveri'b browa wlth coollng palint
To l.y tlie atorm of hop, and fe.r,
And reconctle llfe'a amlle .nd tMr
Tbe throba of woundnl iride to etlll,
And m.ke ua own our r.lber'a wlll.
O tboil who moumnt on tbr w.7,
Wlth longlnB. for tlie clove of dr,
He walka wllh thee, tli.t .nitrl klnd,
And gentl. whlapra! ' Be realstnedl
Be.r op, bpar on, tbe endah.Ut.il
The dent Lord ordereth Iblnga well ?'
X l'tijslclan'n Kxperlence.
I h&re been asked, ns being a physlcisn,
to epak npon this ntioKtlon of divorce and
lts problem, I shall say soma thlngs that
are haril to say, and perhaps hard to liear.
I ehall lollow a slngle Une ot thonght, and
shall not go lnto tlie legal or soclal polnta
ol the case, nor dwell npon any of the
various caoses generally brought forward
as reasons for secnring a divorce. It ls
wlthln the ezperience ot all, certalnly of
all phYslclans, tnat the cases ot desertion.
cruelty, tncompatlbilityof temper, and adul-
tery, where a legal separaiion 13 noyer
ipoaen of, are more, lar more, tnan inose
vhere meaaures are taken for a divorce.
This has always been so, and there Is no
reason for supposing that such cases are
more nuroerous now than formerly, but
statlstics tell as that dlvorces are increaa-
ing at an alarming rate. Indeeu, the con
vtction is too often forced upon us that the
causes assigned lu many cases are, ln reality,
Ilctlttous, that la, are tnemseives lnuucea uy
the desire to have an excnse for a separation.
Now now lar are Uhristlan people reoponslble
for the present state of things ? It may not
be proper to asert inac mey uo noi taxe
and maintaln high moral rjround here, but
is it not a fact that the obligations of mar
riage are not brought out with that clear
ness and insisted ixm witb that force and
persistency wliich, at the least, are their
dne. People are marrying and giving in
marriage wlthout a thought of other than
social relations; and recklessly, at least
ignorantly and without warning, taklng
upon themselves responsibilities whicb,
sooner or later they are unwilling to bear.
Our ideas are inlluenced II not lormed bv
our iustruction, and it ls very casy for
young people to grow up with loose or per-
nlctous meas under ine baa exampie ana
seductive words of people whose principles
are corrupt, and whOBe lives are immoral,
but who, perhaps, may be so respectable
that they are not only tolerated, but honored,
and whose influ"nce Christiau people do so
little to counteract that they often soccumb
to it themselves. Marriage is somethlng
more than a convenience j it involves duty
as well as pleasure, and obligation as well
as privilege. The idea that marriage ls
only and merely a ciril coutract, wblch is
so often asserted without any qualitlcation,
it eeems to me, is productlveof much evil, as
tendiug to foster the notlou tnat tne obiiga
tions assumed are only between, and for,
the contracting parties, that is for their own
personal benelit, when in roint of fact, there
are other and greater obligations than these.
It these were all, wliat could be said againsi
a divorce when both Dartles acreed to it ?
or who should hinder the association or
partnership from being dissolved I Jur.
cnarus A, i-eaoony.
Jloody and Saukvy Iu Euglaud.
One of manv testlmonies to the work done
in Jlr. Jloody and Mr. Saukey's mission ln
Plymouth, England, is that nearly all the
military staff in oneof the governraent of-
tices ln tnat town nave become "soiaters oi
the cross." As ia other towns, the meetlngs
held by the evangelists have been crowded
to oveiilowing, and soidiers and sailors
formed a large part of the audiences. Mr.
Moody had to intermlt soine of the meet
lngs for the sake of obtaining needed rest,
but I.ady Hope, who is an earnest evangel
ist and an effectlve speaker, took his place,
and Mr. Sankey kept at his post as singer.
At a great meeting in the Drill IUU, Mr.
Moody was moved to tears in hls pleading,
and when, at the close of his appeal, he in
vited those who wished to be prayed for to
stand up, almost every person ln the vast
audience rose to his Itet. One who was an
eye-witness of the workof the evangelists in
Plynnuth writes thus conceruing it: "It
may seem early to speak of the reality of
the work. liut wben we saw officers and
soidiers and sailors, men and women of al
most every grade of society, young and old,
pressing forward with tne same earnest
questiou ' What must I do to be saved '"
we all felt that it was the work of God.
Moreover, we hear of these same converta
gotng home and conlessing mrist, persuaa
ing others to come, giving up sin, and tak
lng their stand at once among the people of
God. Their verv faces seemed chaneed,
and their f tiends tell us that their charac-
ters are changed also. . . . Out of tbe ten
days' work came converta by hundreds."
At the close of the Plymouth campalgn, Mr.
Jloody aud Mr. Sankey crossed to France,
and on Sunday, October 8, they held a ser
vice in the American Chapel. Tbo church
was crowded, malnly by Americans and
Koglish. Dr. Ua l'ressense, the emlnent
t rencn pastor, took pari in me meeung.
Sunday School Timei.
In the line of the duty and tbe pleasure
of recognlzing nobleness, Thackeray says
pieasantiy : " i.earn to aamire riguny i iue
great pleasure of life is that. Note wbat
tne greai men auinireu j iney atiutiteu gjeav
thlngs; uarrow spirlts admire basely, and
worsnip meanly." What we see to admire,
in the world of uature, of life, or of letters,
is a truer test of our nobleness than what
we see to censure. As Archbisbop iillot
sou expressea its "To praise anything well
is an argumeut of much more wit than to
abuse ; " and be suggesta, further, that the
true pleasure in admiration and there ls a
pleasure ln it is iu the f aot that " we dis
cover a great deal lu an object whlch we
understand to be excelleni ; ana yei we see
(we know not how much)more beyond that,
wblch our understandings cannot fully
reach and comprehend." This sense of
somethlng beyond all that we seeof the
noble and the beautiful Is tbe truest cbarm
of admliatlon. It kindles our enthusiasm
to belleve that we see more lu character
than others see there ; and that there is even
more there thau we can seo. Because we
are brought to feel that we cannot under
staud a character, with its strange contra
dictious of evident good and seemfng error,
it does not follow that we oannoi aamire
that character. Admiration of soul, like
failb, lives by slght. It finds its life iu
reaching out into the undiscovered, eveu
iuto the inflnlte. Sunilay-Sckool Timet.
" Dou't dogmatize," wrltoa a reader of
ours. lleoveiiooks me tact mai uis --uuu v
dogmatize" ls anico plece of dogmatlsm.
And, as a rule, the oratora against dogma
tism are capital hands at dogmatlsm. To
eipress an opinlon wlth zeal and energy is
what they aouse as uogmaiisui, oui yuu
more zealously and energetically than tbey
state and advocate opiuions V We find no
faultwlth our frlend's " don't dogmatize j "
we only perceive its dogtnatinn. In that
aspect of dogmatlsm it bas a pleasant and
anlmated look. Dallver us from a world In
whlch nobody believes anythlugor advocates
anything a world iu whlch all men are too
lazy to deny or allirm. And yet negatlvos
are iust as dogmatlo as ainrmatives. No
ailirras as certalnly as " e " does. " It i
uot so " has as vigorous a ilst as " yea verlly."
lle honeat aud confees that it is the quality
of tbe statement, not lts dogmatlsm, that
offeuds you i and confess also that you hold
your owu vlew as dogmatically aa your
nelghbor doj. Your yea is yea and your
nay is uay aa surely aa hls. One does uot
necd to know everythlng ln order to be
quallfied to aasert something and wbat one
posltively asserts is hls dogtua, though bo
may speU lt lu somo sweeter f ashlou, Melh-(xlut.