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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, J 81)2.
3 laitfematt Jontnal. WKPNESPAY, OCTOHI.H 1J, 18i2. LfgMatnrr of Vermont. WVdMtdMFl Octobrr B. 1H02. NRNATK MORMNO. The senate was csll ! to order at ten o'clock bv Ueuteunnt (iovernor Flatontr, Rev. K'. .1. RMllOW reml (roin the Scrip- tures aml ottand prayer. The roll was MlMd uncl tM OfttB ailiiitnis teretl ly Bccretary POWWJi On motion of Senator Koster, tlie senate proceedetl to elect its ofticern. Kor ecrc tary, Senator Barnet! nomlnntoil O. M. l'owcrs of Morrisville, aml he wrs ItOtM liy acelamatlon. For assistant secretHry.C. S. Dana of New Baven, s. M. Pllm ol Killington, 0. M. Itnsseii of Wilmington, B. ". Iy of Crafts bury, ancl Ouv Wilson of Hethel were nom inateil. On tlie flftli hallot Mr. Kiisscll wltli ilrow aml Mr. Iay was elected, recelvliiR 18 votes. Kev. E. .1. Hanslow of Swanton was elected obaplaln b Rcclamatioti. Senator llall of Franklin was nominatod for president pro tempore and elected ly acolatnatlon. 8enator Foster moved tliat a commlttee of one from each county be natned by tlie chalr to noininat stamlinir eomtiiittees. Senators Foster and Watson were ap pointed a committee to wait. on the gover nor. They reported that the governor had no comraunlcatioii to inake. A resolution offered by Senator l'roctor was adopted that the rules of lH'.K) he the rules of the senate untll others were adopted . A resolution offered hy Senator ITall waH adopted direstinir the secretary to ftirnisli the raembeni at the expense of the state one weekly and two dailv papers. On motlOB of Senator DuBois, the senate adjourned. HOl'SK MORNINO. The house was palle.d to order hy Secre tary of State Brownell at ten o'clock:. Devotional exerrise were condncted hy Kev. L. H. Elliot, member from Water bury. The roll-call showed that the ineDibern were nearly all present. The attention of the house being directed t.. the election of speaker, Mr. Arnold of Bethel nominated W. W. Stickney of Lud low. Mr. Cannon of West Rutland nomi nated T. J. Bovnton of Montpelier. The nomination of Mr. Stlckney wasseconded hy MeHarB. Darling, Martin, Colhnrn, Clein ent and others. Mr. Bliss of Bradford sec ondeil the nomination of Mr. Bovnton. Messrs. Arnold, Cannon and Colhnrn were appointed tellers. The result of the hallot a as iomows: y . . ouikim:v, uiu, i J. Bovnton :H and Mr. Stickney wah de rlared elected, 118 being necessary to a cholce. , On motion of Mr. Boynton,the election was made nnaniinous. Messrs. Boynton and Martin were ap painted a committee to wait. on Mr. Stick ney and nolify him of hia election. Mr. Stickney having taken the oath assumed the chair and Hpoke aa follows: Oentlemcn of the Hoxttt of Re.prmnitatiren 1 find it in my heart to thank you all for the great honor conferred on me with such sub Htantial unanitnity. Itil all the ruore grnti fving to know that it iH not alono the IiiL'h est ofhce in yonr gift that yon tender, DUt also that yo'u bestow with it something of kindly regard. When I recall the long list of illiiBtrious men who have presided in this place, it is with ditlidence and distruHt of my own ability that I assume the dnties of the chair. Bnt I aHo remember that il can rely upon the uuiform c.ourteay and forbearance always extended hy the honae to the errors of luugment and otherwiae of its presiding offiioerK. I will accept the oftice and endeavor to diHcharge its dnties as well aa I can. It becomes us as a co-ordinate branch of the legislature to dispose of the business of thee session not only with cauilor and corisideration but with prompt ness and dispatch, bearing in mind the oath prescribed by our constitution that each is to act "as faithful, hon est representative and guanlian of the people." We are not here to legislate for the few, but to achieve, if possible, the end of all law-making the tecurlng the greatest good to the greatest number. With this in view lot ns give our best effort to the work of the session relyingupon " Him who sways the tide of thought and holds the issue in bla hand of all that human toil hath wrought and all that human skill hath planned." For clerk Mr. Martin presented the name of John H. Merrifleld of Newfane. Mr. Boynton presented the name of Charles F. Squires of New Haven. Mr. Enright of Windsor secondi d the nomination of Mr. Merrifleld. Mr. Read of Rockingham and Mr. Oavis of Danville were appointed tell ers. The result of the vote was as follows: John H. Merrifleld, 18.'!; Charles F. Bquiret, 41 and Mr. Merritield was declared elec ted, 113 being necessary for cbolce. The oath waa administered to Mr. Merrifleld, after which lie assumed the oftice of clerk. The oath was adininistered to the mem hers of the house by the clerk. On motion of Mr. Weston of Newfane, the joint rules of the laat session were adopted aa the joint rules of the present Heasion until others were adopted. On motion of Mr. Enright of Windsor, the rules of the laat were adopted as the rules of the present aeaaion until others are adopted. On motion of Mr. Brown of Richford, the houHe proceeded to the election of a chap lain. Mr. Booth of Northfield presented the name of Rev. W. 8. Hazen, D.U., of North field. Mr. Stafford of St. Johnsbury, on be half of Bethany church of Montpelier, pre aented the name of Rev. G. W. Gallagher. Mr. Uowland of Barre presented the name of Rev. P. C. Abbey of Barre. The nomina tions were unanimoualy seconded. The hallot reaulted as follows: Whole number of votes, 227; necessary to choice, 114; Mr. Hazen had 88, Mr. Gallagher had M, Mr. Abbey had 130. and Mr. Abbey was declared elected. Jiesolutions. By Mr. Colburn of Man chester, that one daily paper be furniahed the membera and orlicers uuring the aeaaion at the expenau of thet.tate. Messrs. Colburn and Darllng spoke lu favor of the resolution, and Mr. Clement oppoaed it. The motion waa carried. Adjourned. SENATE AFTKRNOON. The senate waa called to order by Lieu-tenant-Governor Fletcher, who presented a list of aenators to canvass the votea for atate ofHcera, as follows Senators Clark, San ford, Nichols, Brownell, Turner, Hall, Hath away, Burnell, Wataon, Davison, Mead, Boyce, Haakina antl Vall The chair also appointed the following senators to canvass the votea for county and probate offlcera and juaticea of the peace; Senatora Abell, Orvla, Lincoln, Gleaaon, Turner, Beeinan, Hathaway, Burnell, l)u Boia, Grout, Pitkln, Brock, Bell and Ama den. The chair announced as a committee to nominate the standing committeea of the aenate the following aenators: Abell, Orvia, Nichola, Foater, Turner, Merrill, Hatha way, Burnell, DuBoia, Grout, Proctor, Brock, Bell and Mather. The appointments were all conflrmed by the senate. Senator Haskina Introduced a reaolution, which waa carried, providing that the joint assembly rules of 18!K) be the rnhta for this aesaion until others were adopted. On motion of 8enator Amaden, at2:30 o'clock the senate took a receas until tliree o'clock. At three o'clock the clerk of the house brought iu a meBaage that the houae had elected its oflicers and waa ready to proceed with the bualness of the session. Adjourned. HOUSE AFTERNOON. Nearly the entlre time waa devoted to the drawing of seata, and an early adjourn ment was had. Thurufay, October 0, 1802. SENATE MORNINO. The aenate was called to order by Lleu-tenant-Governor Fletcher, and devotional exerclses were conduc'ed by the chaplaln. Joint Hetolution4.Bf Senator Mead, pro viding for the appolntment of a committee on the Columblan Expositloii; adopted. By Senator Hai-kins, provldlug for joint assembly to hear the message of the retlr Ing governor; tdoptedi By Senator Hnll, providing for a joint as sembly at liM p. M.j adopteil. Ilrpnrtn. By Senator (Irout, from the coinmittee to uouiinate standing comtnlttees; ordered to lle. Tlie clerk of the house announced that the house had adopted the joint reaolution relating to joint rules. He also announced as bis aHsistants F. A. llowlaud of Mont pelier and Max L. PoWell of Burlington. Anuounccmenl was also made of the ap polntment, on the part of tM house. of OOB mittees to canvass votes. The clerk of the houae likewlse announcHd that the house had adopted all the joint resolutions paased by the senate, Mid theri'iipon the senate met the house In joint assembly. The senate then adjourned. HOrSE MORNINO. Pevotlonal exerclses hy the ehaplain, af ter which the jonrnal was read and ap- proved. The speaker announced the appointment of Foater of Derby, Martin of Brattleboro and Cannon of West Rutland as committee on rulea. The house adopted In concurrence the following joint resolutions: Adoptlng the joint rules of lXiKi as those of this seaaion until othera are adopted; for a joint assem bly at eleven o'clock to receive the message of" the retlring governor; for a joint as sembly at two o'clock to receive report of the joint canvassing committee; and pro viding for a joint apeclal committee on the Coliimhian Exposition. RWtCnNOM. By Mr. Enright, providing for a committee to wait, upon the governor and inform him that the houae waa organlzed and readv to proceed to husiness; adopted, and Mr. Enright of Windsor and Mr. Brown of Whitingham were appointed as such com mittee. By Mr. Weston of Newfane, providing for the appointment of a committee on revlaion of bills; referred to committee on rules. A joint assembly waa then held, preaided over hy Llcuteuant-governor Fletcher, who appointed Senator Grout and Mesars. Oar ling and Cnnnon as a committee to wait upon the governor aml inform him that the joint. assembly was ready to hear bis retlr ing message. The committee returned with Governor Bage, who delivered bis vale dlctory message, which will he found in full in the supplement. to this Issue. The joint assemby then dlssolved, and the house adjourned. 8ENATK AKTERNOON. The preaident pro tempore, Senator Hall, took the oath of oftice upon the aascmbling ot tlie senate, anit in u sliort speecli tliankeil the senators for the honor conferred upon him, The senate then repaired to the hall of the house to particlpate in joint assembly. Upon Ita return the appointment of the fol lowing committees was announced: Itiilcs Hall, Grout, Orvis. Financc DtlBoiS, Proctor, Davison. Judiciary Haakina, Foater, Nichola, Boyce, Watson, Hall, Grout. ClctiVM Mead , Beeinan, Burnell, Ball, Orvis. f.'ilii'-ation Nichols, Vail, Foater, Pitkin, Abell. AgHculture Vall, Sanford, Gleason. Jfantufactufcf Lincoln, Mead, Brownell. 15lectlon$ Foster, Clark. Hathaway. Militarv Affnin Watson, Abell, Haskins a(tUnm$ Merrill, Gleason, Atnsden. DuBois, Orvis, Lincoln, Brock. HlghVMtU and BHAqtt Brownell, Hatha way. Sanford. Banks Broolr, Meail, Mather. I.nnd Tiit.ru Abell, Turner, Hyde. PrintilU Mather, Ball, Burnell. ilcnerai CommitUc Proctor, Davison, Foster, Watson, Brock. di ral Udutiniut Davison, Merrill, Tur ner. Stoit't Prifcn Amsden, Hyde, Clark. IntanAtylumBwatoTi, Beetuan, Turner. Grand LUt Pitkin, Boyce, Lincoln. Senator Merrill offered a resolutiou pro viding for a committee of two to wait upon the lieutenant-governorand notify hirn of his election. It. was carried and Senators Mer rill and Watson were made the committee. The committee returned with Lieutenant goveruor Strauahan, who was sworn in bv Secretary Powers and subscribed to the oath. He then took the chair with a few words of acceptauce. Adjourned. HOUSE AFTKRNOON. The committee on rules made its report. The rules adopted are about the same as heretofore, changes being mainly in phras eology, not in auhject matter. The senate then joined the house in joint assembly, which waa called to order by the president pro tempore of the senate, Sena tor Hall. The report of the can vaaaing com mittee was made, iu which Levi K. Fuller waa declared the duly elected governor by 11,'XVt majority. F. S. Strauahan waa de clared the duly elected lieutenant-governor; H. F. Field the duly elected treasurer; C. W. Brownell the duly elected aecrelary of state; and F. D. Hale the duly elected audi tor of accounta. On motion of Senator Haakina, the chair appointed Senator Ilaskina, Mr. Boynton of Montpelier and Mr. Wilcox of Orwell aa a committee to notify Governor Fuller of his election. Hia Excellency was then sworn in hy Chief Judge Roas, and subaequently sub scribed to the oath of oftice. He then read hia inaugural address, for which see supple ment to th's isaue. A joint reaolution granting the uae of the house to the Vermont Bible Society was paaaed. Adjourned. Frhlar, October 7, 1892. BBNATE MORNINO. Devotional exerciaea by the ehaplain, after which the journal was read and approved. Senator DuBois offered a reaolution that when the aenate adjourna it be to Monday afternoon, at two o'clock; adopted. The chair announced the appointment of Carl 0. Fletcher of 8t. Johnsbury as olliclal reporter. The chair appointed Senators Grout and Merrill as memoers of the joint committee on rules. On motion of Senator Grout, the report of the nominating committee waa taken up and adopted. fiesohttiont. By Senator Haakina. that those parta of the measages of the retiring and incoming goveruora which relate to the Auatralian hallot-system be referred to the judiciary committee; adopted. By 8enator Ball, providing for a joint apeclal committee on temperauce: adopted, By Senator Amsden, that those parts of the goveruora' measages which relate to im migration and industrial intereats he re ferred to a joint apecial committee. Adjourned. HOUSE MORNINO. The houae was called to order at the usnal hour. Rrtolntions By Mr. Martin of Brattle boro, for committee on rulea, that commit teea ahall report all billa within flfteen dftyi after their reference, uuleaa excused by ihe house; also that no corporation blll ahall he introduced into the houae if the subject matter can te incorporated under the laws of the atate. He apoke at some length iu sujiport of the reaolution. I'uder the rule, ordered to lie twenty-four hours. Joint BttOhittOtU By Mr. Arnold of Bethel, providing for the appointment of a joint apecial committee on puhllo health, to conaist of tliree aeuatora and five represen tativea: adopted. Adnptid in Conciirremt Joint resolution for a joint apecial committee on Immigra tion and iuiluatrial iuteresta. Also pro viding for a joint apecial committee on tem perance. The speaker announced the aiipointinent of Meaara. Leland of Siriugfleld, Hinda of Highgate and Mower ol Eden aa the house memlers of the committee on joint rulea. Adjourned. HOUSE AFTERNOON. The house waa called to order at two o'clock, when the speaker anuouuced the following standing coinmitteea. SEE F1FTH COLVMN.J IU)bcrttsements. "Ailing ivomrtt, hear my sory " " I was about dead with womb trouble when I began fo take I.ydia E. rinkham's regetabk Com fouud. "I dirl not know what rest was for months. I was so dizzy and faint at times I thought I was dying. Oh I how my back did itche 1 and I was so cross and irritable I "I am to-day a living witness of the wondcrful and almost miracu lous effects of Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Kelief came with it at once. My appe tite came back. I slept at night. I am now as well as I ever was. " If you wish for health, have faith in Mrs. Pinkham's treatment and medicine." Mrs. Jennie Arthur, Taylor, Texas. From the uterus ancl womb spring nearly all of the troubles of women. Thousands of women write us to use their names in telling others how they have been cured by the Com pound. Alt clniffiiiti It, ftritnt by Mfttti In form of Pllli or l.ottn(ri, ntt WWlpt of W I . CorTHrf.ii.lrnrf nn- - warfd e Adlrfll In rnnll- &ns fitZJSit' dnrp. ,T1)I A K. I'lNK- r O O ham MNOtOAt, C0., l.YNN, gr JmimmMt libbcrttscments. No copperas flavor. Cured two years before using. A5K FOR B-L TOBACCO. The purest and best. Be sure to get our plug. Wl 4 XTrl',l?l Wid-awake workprn every- flLll I Vjlt whrefor"BHBPP'8PHO TOORAPI1S p THK WOKLI)"; the great QUrnn'Qnt boox on eiirtli; coatlng JKHl.WKi; OnLir Offtail nt aiJS, casb or inHtslllnentg; inamtnolh lllnstritted etronlan and terina free. dtiily outpnl over I.MKt volionts. Aitenu wlld with ineeess. Mr. Bll(ITn0D h 5116 thomas U Martin, of rOU I UunHrnO ceuterviiie, TexaR, cleared 9711 in nlne dayn; MIrr ItoSR Adams, Wooster. Ohlo, ff.M In fortv Inlnnte ; Rev. .1. How- abii madison, i.yon. n . nr tuc unbi n Y .fldl In seven lionra: a Ul I MU TlUnLU iHtnanza: magnllicent oullH only 0ll.nO. hookH on rredlt. Freight nald. Addren Gl,OBE Itllil.i: PUKMSIIINO OO., 723 t'heatnut Street. Phlla delphla, r i or 368 Dearborn Street, ChlcaKo. III. Always Garry with you the prlme NEW IM BRAYTON 10 cent (Mgur, Mm full Havana-fllled, Sumatra- m wrapped. They are a fit SiJLjC.-' "inpanioii for any exeur Bion, on the farm, iu the ganlen, anywhere. Ask the nonrest dealer for theni. All hrlght dealers keeptheNEW BRAYTON Clgar. I.. BRAYTON & CO Boston, Keaa. f Chlehmi-e'i KntlUk Iltmon.l IlruJ. srt alwe7t rillftbie. i nit, I.rKirtrlaa for i TnrhrttCT I ntvh I1 V Hrr,,,A In Ifotl a.Iul f.'xU HlCUjllo' Ahoxee, I'&IM Hb blue nDUOD. J Bko I .... ,.ih.,F Rrftiif dtnaerou tubttitu- ' (lonj atut tMlfjfumt. A l Uruggiaia. or lena A. iu Itampl 1 r jiarticulara. teiLimoni&U aD " llYlluf for l.mtl ." in Utltr. by n lurn RESTORED MANHOOD DR MOTT'8 Nerverine P.i-, lit ercn' rpm'-iiy f(-r prTim Itu tmtii'n an . "1 o( lln jjt-nprnti v otb.ru ol t'lOicr MXIVtfll M Npt? ( iii I oi.tr tipQ Pnllinir or lonl Miitihoix), I mnritrtirT, Niff litly EmiRfiioiit, Tnt)ihi( Krrortt, A'fiital Wi-m't, xi'cntlve u of TobiOtO or Oi.turn, which I- - I to OoilHnptlAfl unl IntMHff Wiili Wrf ft ordt-r w fivt p wriltt'ii xuitrHiilpp to rnro nr r fnntl tli MMtfi ;" ! " 11 I 1 x t if-St'l fof I'. IKl. DR. MOTT'B OHEMIOAL 00., rieveland, 0. POR BAI.K BY Evans A Bryaut, - - Waterbury, Vt. TO FICHT One'i liattlei In llfe, a prartlcal equlpmant li ahlo lutely nttcaiaary. Thiu acoiilre the MOontTamtntl of huilneAA at the Hurdett B ilneas and Httorthand l'oltK6,nt)I WaihtnKton Klrwet, eorner of Kneelaml Nlreet, Iloatoii. Heanttful rroipectuH, free by inall, or at heufllcti. nr.fORK AND A F KR t'HIIia. (hvrlnatlrd nnd disordcred stom nchs and liowels ilon't neel n dime of tiliysic. That, WttO Ita vlolence, onlv ii)sta tliem tbl mrre. They need n d'Ko or two of Dr. Plerce'E Pleaaant PelleU. Tlmt i li'nnses nnd rtpulate$ them miidlv nnd gentlv. but thoroughly nnd efTectivi Iv. They're tlie oiiginnl little Liv'er T'ills, these tlny, HUgnr-coaUsi nnti-liilioiis grannlee the Bmnllest and the easiest to tnke. One little I'ellet for n Inxiitive thrW for n cnthartic. ISick ilendnche, Hilions Hcndnche, Conntipft tion, ludigcstion. Hilious Attncks, and all dorangements of tln' llver, stomnch nnd bowels ore preventeil. n lieved. nnd cured. Put up in seahsl vinls a perfect viwt- pocket remerly, alwayi eonvuinti frosh, nd raliable, The.v're tho ehtopttl iills yon cnn liuy, for they're guaratUtea to give satisfuction, or yoiir inoney is returned. You pay only for the good you get. Can you aak more ? M VITAL INTEREST IS THE mmw nuu ica A System Worth Study is the tr- m hb . a j mm tmm mm i n mmm m Richmond Stove Co., Norwich, Conn JOHN W. PECK, Sole Ayent for Montpelier. Or.Buir8CoughSyrupJ1llB"or5,,c! JAPANESE SOAP. fFlSKMFG CO. PATSEPT.Iff-ffl i - IawneseJI P K SOAP. J Htrlctly Parf. Botln tlie worMfor Latimlry, laiti or ToUtt. will nol jrellow, lUok or rret'n the lotlw" like ntKip m:il' rnll v ot roin. ContatriB no SHhy ilHi'.'l-W-lflvlIlK iriJW; i'LRASEST POAH -MaDB. 'fMiively rure or pnmritl tutji-i hnnd. We n.'iiiufnf-tnrf (tlso the Kxtru I'nl. Atm.'ri-'an Kxtrft, vhltc PraisUui. Oolden ituie Suaps, all BtunUurtl rumts Ol thin iuarkel. Eold by all grooprn. Manuf.'iotun-tl only by FISK M I - 0O, Hprlnafli'ld, Mn. Noo Sucb CONDENSED f"ir)ce te&t Makes an every-day convenience of an old-time luxury. Pure and wholesome. Prepared with scrupulous care. Highest award at all Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid Imitations and insist on having the NONE SUCH brand. MERRELL & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y, FLAGS! -wi Huntlne FlaKH, Ilanner, Turchen, Tenti, anl Catnpaiffn GocmIa you can bur Cheaper In the 8tat! than out. Democratlc, republlcan or nrolilbltlon lettered FIhkb aud llaniiern at lower prlpea tliau in Doston. I'r'.f. ii..f on applicatlon. THE TUTTLE COMPANY, RUTLAND, VT. Estakllahed bO yean. Refer to any bank Inthe atate. JAPAN KSE CURE Childrrn Ory for Pitbr'B CnHtoria. Childukn Ory for Pitcber'i (JastorU. A new aml Complete Treatment, eoiinit.ttngof Stip poBitorfeB, Oiiitment In Capsulet, also In Hox; a rosltive Cure for Kzternal' Interual, Hlin.l or lileed liiK. Itchiii(, C'lironir, Kecent r Hfreditary I'ilei, and inany other dlKeanes and female weakneBies; lt in always a tcreat bttnefit to the Keueral health. The firtit dhcovery of a inedlcal cure renderliitf an opera tlon with the knlfe unneceatsary hereafter. This Hcmedy has never been knowu to fall. flperbox. bforffi; sent by mall Why uuffer from tliin terrt ble diie&se when a wrltten Karaiitee ! potdtlvely Kiven with ti boxeti, to refund the inoney If not fiired. Send &taiiij for free Hample. (iuarantee 1 uedonly by LKSTKR 11. (iKKENE, DruKgtst and Hole Afcent. '.'A State utreet, Montpelier, VI. Send for tainples. Dr. Mott's Pennyroyal Pills, The only afe, UT6 tud rellableFfniule Pill ever offered toLadli s Eapec ially reoomtneiidi'd to uiam'ed I.ad ea, Beware of 1'iiis put up in lio boxesastlK'va'cdnnK t- OIMi Ask for Dr. Mott's Pennyroyal Pills and tnke no other. Fond for eircular. Price $1 .00 per hox. (j uoxes Mott's Chcmioal Co. for 1-5.00. CleveUnd. Dr. Ohlo. KOII SALK HV Evnnh 8i Bryant, - - Waterbury, Vt. The preiniMei on Rtate street now oocupled by t'harles A. Harnard, altuiite l between the dwellliiK houses of Charles Dewey and Geort(e W. Keed. and eonsldtliiK of house, ihetf aud baru. with about one foutrh acre of land. fustesslou Klveu on Aprll IV Kor termiof payineut and piioe, anuly to (iKOKOH W. s INU, Rooin 4, Uulon H) Montpelier, Vt. $20 To $30 Per Week Can be fiaally earned by I'lanofirte Tunlnr, which may be learnud by elther tex wlthuiit thv am of a itiaster. InHtrnctnr neirit free by tnall fer M centt. Addreai II. Mourv, 'JV 1'ulubvrtou Hquare Buat D, Man L' I'sstleton, fioodell of lteRilslioro, (lonld of WlndtiRin, Cheney of Morristown, Cannon of West Rutland, Chspln of Jericho Fedrral Itrltitionit Koliinson of Warren, Hennett of Dummerston, Hr(teantof Pitts ford, Harnard of Winhall, Kord of Itarnet, I.eonard of Fairfax, llalrd of Ooshen. Wttfl nnd Minnn Colhurn of Manchester, Martin of Brattleboro, llnnt of St. Allians, Platt of Shoreham. I f m . of Waitsfield, DarllnK of Chelsea, Henderson of HurlinK ton, Dale of Brighton , Owen of (ilover. Mititnry AjfMnTJmtUVM of Chelsea, Wes ton of Newfane, KNke of Weybridge, hrlilgea ol Haltltnore, Iteed of , ( !oneord, Cdinp of l.lmore, KMIDg of Pawlet. .Indirinry Martin of Ilrattlelsiro, Dale of Brighton, ltead of ttooklnghatti, Darltnf ol Chelsea, Itarher of Arlington, Stafford of 8t. Johnsbury, Hoyntnn of Montpelier, Jtrown of Richford. Knrlgbt of Windsor. Kduiatitm AfBOld of Hethel, Itooth of Northfield, Klliot of Waterbury, Wade of Starksboro, Hustedt of Shrewsbury, Mead of Randolph, Itates of Pownal, Smltb of Addison, Porter of Wilmington. ClattHt Knrigbt of Windsor, Ward of Moretown, Taybir of Proetor. Dewev of Middlebury, HerricU of Poultney, Kife of Wolcott, Dewey of Bennington, Reed of Vernon, Weid of Berkshire, Chamberlln ot Ryegate, Hafdlng ol Lowell, Wbltoomboi Williston, Holootnbe of isle LaMotte, Ham- mond of Troy, Klanders of Orange. RilUroadt Reatl of Rocklnnhain, Clement of Rutland, Foster of Derby, I.athrop of Williamstown, Hoynton of Montpelier, WltherSll of Cornwall. Arnold of Hethel, Terrlll of rnderhil), Wilev of f,andfrove. Hlahwiyt, Hridtrt and f'rrrim Hlnds of Rlgbgste, ClifTord of Shelburn, Knglish of Woodstock, Dodge of Lincoln, Ware of Townsend, OSJnpbell of Rochester, Ladd of Worcester, Parker of Mount Holly, Whit nev of Tunbridge, Wak lield of Westfield, Newton of Jr)hnson. Pierce of Stannard, Dunlap of Shaftsbury, Rooney of Mendon, McCarty of Fayston. Uanlt Clement of Rutland, Wilcox of Orwell, Dewey of Rarton, Racon of Hart ford. Howland of Barre, Davis of Danville, Robinson of Jamai-a, llarrington of Hyde Paik, Blgelow of Brookfield. Mannfurtnret Montgomery of Hardwick, Wyman of Stockbridge, Plumley of Sher burne, Johnson of Kssex, Roberts of Dor set, l.auc of Marshtielil, (iage of Westmiu ster, Hooper of Fletcher, Clough of Brain tree. dortCUUvTtSttOISg of Huntington, Love land of Norwich, Croft of Enosburg, Peck of New Haven, Westcott of Clarendon, Par menter of East Montpelier, Gleason of Wardsboro, Perry of Pomfret, Clark of Charlotte, Haye of Rupert, Hdcly of Wal den, King of Albany, Walker ol Strafford, Valentine of Tinmouth, Walker of Cam bridge, l.nnd Tan Jackson of Waterville, Mat thews of (iranby, Owen of Hloesburgh, Lawren(e of Hubbardton, Ware of Brook line. Wilson of Oreensboro, Bliss of Brad ford, Jackson of Grand Isle, Hooper of Groton, Wooster of Whiting, Tevyaw of Montgomery, Burnap of Calais. Barber of Sudbury, Shurtleff of Bridgewater, Roberts of.Searsburgh. Grand List Bigelow of Brookfield, Hins doll of St. George, Hewitt of Berlin, llul- oaro oi urauviiie, Marsli of Andover, Adams of Marlboro, Dodge of Irasburg!!, lyelaud of SpringMeld, Galusba of Frauklin, Brown of Wliitinghain, Bascom of Benson, Olinsted of Newbury, Lavign e of Col chester, Burt of Sunderland, Kice of Newark. General Coinmittee Hunt of St. Allians, Moore of Plymouth, Lathrop of Williams town, Jones of Dover, Oraves of Kirby, Dillon of Middlesex, Newton of Brandon, Perkinsof Bloomfield, Fefee of North Hi'ro, Field of Ferrtsbnrgh, Huntley of Westford, Miller of Newiort, Waite of West Wind sor, Batchelder of Peru, Chase of Jay. DtitrfbutinB ComtnUtet, Meader of Monk ton, Mattisoii of Glastenbury, Curtis of Sut ton, King of South Burlington, Phtlbrick of Guildhall, Hooper of Fletcher, Jackson of Grand Isle, Mower of Eden, Hodge of Cor inth, Brown of Morgan, Grittith of Mount Tabor, l'ray of Woodbury, I.eonard of Soin erset, Drury of Weston. State J'rison. Young of Bristol, Soule of Fairfax, Miller of Hartland, Winchester of Ixindonderry, Page of I'lainfield, Ashley of Milton, Davis of Sheffield. f'orporntions Barber of Arlington, Booth of Vergennes, Clark of Halifax, Robbins of Chester, Conway of Norton, Rankin of Georgia, Stevens of Bolton, Carruth of Charleston, Cheney of Washington. STbtsn Linrs Kent of Panton, Hadaway of Wells, Wyman of Athens, Quimby of Sharon, Adams of Cabot, Moultou of Water ford, Stevens of Maidstone. Mihaue and I) bentnres Taylor of Danby, Foster of Duxbury, Bryant of Reading, Miller of West Fairlee, McCuen of Belvi dere, Joslyn of South Hero, Tevyaw of Montgomery, Henley of Richmond, Hol brook of lemington, Partridge of Peacham, Bugbee of Woodford, Fisk of Leicester, Al lard of Brownington, Ionard of Somerset. Publie Buttdingt Ollfford of Shelburne, Blair of Hancock, Barker of Middletown, White of Grafton, Fitts of Vershire, Peck of Sandgate, Howard of East Haven. luiaiw Elliot of Waterbury, Weeks of Wheelock, Story of Cavendish, Ladue of Alburgh, Brighdin of PittsHeld, Brigham of Bakersfield, Saville of Thetford. Adjourned to Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Havk you read how Mr. W. D. Wenlz of Geneva, N. Y., was cured of the severest forni of dygpepsia? He Bays everylhing he ate seemed like pouring melted lead into his stomach. Hood's Sarsaparilla effected a perfect cure. Full parliculars will be Bent if you write C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Muss. The highest praise has been wou by Hood's PUM for their easy yet eflicient action. THE National Provxswner says that abnoruially fat hoa;8 are fast becoming a drug in the market, and no wonder. Many have found irnmediate relief and permanent cure of aggravated cases of rheumatism by the perBistent use of Salvation Oil. When applied according to the directions it rarely ever fails to cure the most obstinate cases. As a pain cure it has no equal in the market. Twenty-five cents. ll&bfrtisnTunts. USSSf I JerraO, .Me. WhOM rccovcry was n mnrvi 1 to liij netghboTs, writes gratoful letter to Dr. Kenncdy, "Btek UntO ilenlh iv.th stomaeh. r nnd kiif. nev troui l No mortal ever isinr?d more and lirerf. ihe nel.tbbori and docton tbooghtttia grate v.ird was my . ; but I unnowweu nnd I owe It lo Ihe use of Dr. Davii Kennedy's Favorite Remedf, of ttondout. N. Y. Tlie use of the firt bottle broufrht ImproTement and in n few we ks i wiw elearofall pain, nnd have enntlivefi so ever Me, Pavorite Remedv b tho only medicine tlmt is gnurarttned to cure or bcncfit, or noney rtfuiidcU. MRS. LIZZIB SIMPSON, WBtervlUe. Me. COMPLETELY BROKEN DOWN With Constipation, Indigestion and Piles, With out Faith, but ENTIRELY CURED ! She i? the wife of our WtU known and eprcted pollcrman, icortrt' II. .impnon, antl by him hin dcTotcil witV wai induceiftotry tbf rcnn'dy that had cun-d liim of a stomach trouble. 8he savR ; Gentlemen Three years ajro I becante the vlctim of constant constipation and indiges- a short KA wWmJ J EL IX. O time U brought on me tlie worst kind ol Pilos.iu fact my whole system seenu'd to ticanecteo. rne i lcast food 1 ate would distress me terriblT, and till my Rtomach full of gns. I waa greatly troubled with headachi-. sour Ptonmch and dizzineps, .nd would fcel very nervois at day my BOTANIC appetite would be pood, but knowinjr my trouble I would not dare eat, as I was verv weak and the riiftrers after eating was unboiirable. I had trled about all kind? of medicine and dilTerent physicians witbout receiving any benetit. My lu-t doctor said I never could SVS DYSPEPSIAhlv an opcration performed. AtIaK.CuieonrM9d and having loit all faith in tnediaiie, I realir d that I wns ii wnlking skeleton, and to gratify the request of my husbnnd, I decided, as a la-t reinrt, to try your Syrup. I followed th" directions to the letter, and to mv great aur prise in one 00 I week I was greutly im O ffmwr proved. J kept on taking it until I had utned tliree bottle l am now in perfect health, free from all the above mentloned troubles. I give vou this te-timni;il. in hopes to heln some otner poor RUlfi nT I will answer all Infjuiries in regurd to this statement. MRS. LlZZlE SUiPSOlf All pateut medicfnes are sold under the old, old chrst Al AAVCnut- "No cure, no MLff M O W." Bul did you ever know any one petting their :noney back? Noconipany buck- up its stat ment with a printed giiarantee that your dealer will sign, to give you sutiNfaction or re fund your money as we "do. Call for firoder's Botani I I D C C vspepia K y r u p V W d O None gen uine without bearing our trude UiarktUe Beaver. The Croder Dyspapsia Cure Co., WATEKVILLE, 1lK,, U. S. A. DR. CLIDDEN'S RHEUMATIC CURE la a Cimipomid Medicine In LIQUIDand PILLh W'hieh scienee has taken from naturt's itOMhooifl and Is a wonderful reinedy for the ohstiintte and painful dlaorder, RHEUMATISM Cwused hy a dlseased L1VKK. KlINKVs Mi KLOOD. Nn reinedy has ever Iti-.'ii di.n,overe4 that 'ures so large proportlon of casea aa Dr. Glidden's Rheumatic Cure. We should like to have for publica tion the esperience any of our readers may bave kad the past sesBon in spray ing fruit trees, vines, potato and straw berry plants. We want light on this spraying question for next year. Thky that make the glory of God their end, and the word of God their rule, the Spirit of God the euide of their affections, and the providence ofGod the guide of their affairs, may be eou fldent that the Lord goes before them as truly as he went before Israel iu the wilderness, thoui;h not so sensibly. Ilenry. Guahantkkd ClJRK We aulhorize our advertised drujjgist to stli Dr. King's New Discovery forConsumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are aftlicted with a cough, cold or any lung. throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giviug it a fair trial, and experience no beniflt, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disnppoints. Trial bottles free at C. Blakely's drug store. Large siz, fifty cents and one dollar. Aelws and I'alns an- I'ROOF that tlie m -! dltieaseil. The I.IVER. tlie la r.-T nru'.oi tu lli' body. Is diioaseil, eoinetueiitlv tlie KIINKYs hn dlseaaed, the 1IKAKT alftieted. xou canaol nWhli lif.. I. i.li,,n.l u l.nr.l..,, FKIKM). If yon are everwurked and dehi'.ltate.l. have arhes and i . CIVK tln. iiii.illelllt i I'KHSISTKNT trial. It Inrtgontei th iiurltleti the lileed. ininruveii ,Ue,ti..n , relieve. ii.ui: and eures KHKl'.MATISM, S. A. HOWARD SOLE PROPRIETOR. New Hampton, N. H. FOR SALE AT DRUGGISTS. ELY'S CATAWRH uni-niTi unLin mmT- "f,t txi W LdTA O w I CleanafH tltt Naaal IaHHtiirH, iin- r.iin and In fliiinniHtloti. HEALS THE SORES KeHtor4A the Senae of TaMte and Smcll. WFEVERf TRY THE n:itr:Hf,"r-EVEfl A partlcle ti apnlled Into enrh noatnl mi4 it agreetahle. I'rlci rvo eenta at lruKKlt; kr - .t retjtntered, tM' t t'iiU. ELY BKOT1IKUS. A6 Warren Nlreet, New tota A GRAND OFFER. m wanted fnr enr Nnritery LOCAL OH THAV I i i vi. lALIIini stiu k :r. hi :.e lur luimin i. n . nr cninininitinn. nn ,. perlenctt needuil. tlilre .,, with reterei.r... H. K. MKKKKLL A CO., Ueneva, N. T.