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TIIH VERMONT WATCIIMAN, OCTOBER L9,1802---SUPPLEMI:NT.
LrgiNitiiui-o of Vermont Wednesdnri October 18, HKNATK MORNINO. RMo(tiMoti, By Benator Mead, provldlng for tni eleotion of Onited States senator for the unexpircd Irrin t f Gcorgc tt Bdmunda, and for the full term if slx years fnmi Mnrrli 8, noxt, to 1 : betd at 2l80o'olook Oo tober 18j adopted. BUlt fnfroduced and ttytrrtd.Hj Benator Fostor. s. iii, to amend the charter if tbe Vermont Lue Insurance Gornpauy oom mittee n corporations. By Senator Davlson, S. 11, tO rcgtilute thc maturlty of oontraots, Providea iiiai do gruon Hliull be ullowed On noteH, druftH, ehecks, acceptances, bills nf exchange, bonds, ot other evidenoes ol Indebtedness, whereby ftBJT person shall proinlso tii puy anv k ii iii of tnoney; oommitl n judioiary, By Senator Foster, S. 13 In addltlon to Beo, 109, R. L., relating to executlons. I'rovldes that when a pnrty who recovers a Judgmenl dles before it is issncd, it, may be issued to IiIh sxeoutor; Judioiary cnmmittee, Uy Sunator Abell, B, iu, to prevent the disseiiiination of noxious wecds. I'rovides tliat perSOllS WllO plllCe Weeds 111 tlin Iligh- way sliall be flned ninl costsj; eoininittee on nighways and hridges. Adjourned, HOUSR MORNINO. Ililln Introdurcd and Ilrcmd, It. -1, by Mr. Martin, amending Beo, 8 of No. 42oi the laws of 1886, relating to insane paupers, ProvideH tlml insuno persons, dcstituto of tlin moans to snpport tnemaelves, and bav ing no relatives tn the state bound by 1W to supporl them, and belng supported in any Insane hh ln m in tbi state, shall be supported by the stute; provided the tOWO in whioh lllob InMns paupor bM a rcsi dence contributes therefor liy paying to tlin superintendent of tbe asylum where mob person is conlincd tbe lUtn ol twodollurs par week; judioiary OOtntnlttOe, II. by Mr. Croft, for tlin botter prntci-- tion and preiervation 'f tbe blghwajra ol thn gtate. Mkkei it tbe duty Of propcrty- ownoti iJoDg 1 1 1 blgbwfty to mt, ov cause to 1i cut, at lcast onre eadi yeftf dorlng July or AOgOSt ali grMS, WOOuB) btuibei Ot treee o( ftbuttlng ptoportyownen, IooftBe of failnre to cinnply, HidiM t ini'ii to do tli work and cliarir tlio expeme to tbe OWDerJj oot&i on blgbwajn and bridgei, H. 38, liy Mr, Ncwton of JobDROO, to nn ttble iojiooI dlstviot No. i In Johnson to draw its ihftTe of publlo Hohool tnoney lot ycar endtng Marob 81, 1891 ; oom, on edtioa tion. H. '.'4, liy Mr. Blllot of Waterbury, to ecure notlce to legateefl in caae of publlo beg,ueata, Soob nottoe to be mailed to tbe beneflclarli s by mail withln tblrty day.s of probate of wlllj: oom, on ludlolary, II. 28. by Slr. Weld of Berkshire, to amend the Australian ballot M aot, Pro vldes for Helui'tion of a " liallot ajji'in " liy iat'li nomtnee for town rapresentntlve tbe "aent" to acoompany Incompeteni votars and asniHt in inarkiii ballotsj; oonttnittae on eleottona. H. 36. by Mr. Weeks of Wheelock, to axnend Bec, 377, R. L., relating to taxatlon of rcal estate. A rentiwal of tln? old propo- ition to dividc taxatlon of real estate be- tween inortj.'aor and niortyaijci'. H, 27,byMr. Martin ol Brattleboro, pro blblting obsoene adveitlsementa and sliows, l'roliibiis " l!g show plotures" on board Ings) general oomnjlttee, H. 'J, liy Mr. Dewey of Middlebury, to amendNo, 15,Actsof 1884, relatina to pub llo hlghways, Providea tor notioe to ad jacent owners betore ohanges oan bi- fnadej; oom, on bighways and brldges, H. 38, by Mr. Qrahain ol Craftsbury, to amend H. L, relating to payment ol oounsel in oritninal oases. No oompensation to oounsel for respondentSi nor oounsel for Htate, ezcept to assist tlin stati's attorni-y in oapital oases: oom, on judioiary. H. :io, by Mr. Dewey, regulating tbe ma turity of contractH. Abolislics daya ol graoe; Judioiary committee, B. 31, by Mr. Leland, provldlng againsl tbe selllng of property under attaohment. Providea tbat when a peraon solls, desl roys or dlsposea of property tbat bas been at taobed by leaving a oopy of the wril in town olerk's offloe or glV a llen on said property wlthout the oonaent ofattaohing offloer, liu Nball be llable to a Bne equal to doublu tbt) valin; of tlic property o sold, pledged or destroyed balf to go to Injured party and tb other balf to town In wbii i tbo attaobment wai made; oom, on Judi oiary, Petitton. By Mr. Darllng, signed by Mr. Baylea of Huntington and twenty-one otber Inbabltants of sobool distriot No, 10, in Rochester, oounty of Windsor, and of tohool duitrlat No. 10 in Braintree, oounty of Orange, asking tbat all ri-al estate rontaiued witliin Haid district.s be Het off Iroin said towns of Boobeater and Braintree and be annexed to Randolph, in tbo OOUnty of Or ange; oom. on town llnes, Jotnt AeaofwHon, By Mr. Barber, provld lng for a joim assembly to Iik beld at twelve o'olook, noon, on Wednasday, October 19, for tbe purpoHi! of conipU.iing tlic eleotion of Unitcd Staltia senator, Sttoluttan. By Mr. Olmatad, provldlng tbat eaob member may seleotweekl uews- Jiapers to be paid for by tbe state; adopted, Adjourned, HOL'SB Al'TKHNOO.V. Tbe bouse met at four o'clook, and soon after adjourned. SKNATK AtTKHNOON. Tbe senate adopted in oonourrenoe tbe ioint resolutlpn provldlng for a joim a-n,-bly on Thuraday, October i:', tor tbe elec- tion of Htate offiuers, Adjourned. Xhursdar, October 18, SKNATK MOHNINQ. liemonttrante. liy Senator Foster, by re quest, of K. c. Brlgbam and otber legal voters of tbe town of ('olebester against Ilie rigbt of E. ). Johnson, D. B. O'Sulllvan. Bugb Finnegan and Alfred Vilmlre to bold the otliee of jintice of tbe peaee; joint oom, on oounty omoers, RtportM, -By Senator Hyde, for commlt tee on corporations, favorably on S. B, amending tne obarter of tbe St. Albans Bleetrlo Cigbi and Power Company ; paased. S. 10 wan reported favorably and paaaed, Itamrnds tbe aoi Lnoorporatlng tbe Ver mont Life Inauranoe Company, Joint B$tohittont- By Senator Urout, pro vldlng for a Joint BSMmbb, October 10, to oompTete tbe eleotion of (Jnlted siates sen ator. By Senator Sanford, tbal tbe joint coni uittee on tbe insane vlsit tbe asyluins and report, by bill or otherwise, By Senator Hasklns, provldlng tbal tbe eoininittee on inilitary all'aiiH viait tbe Soldiers' Home and report. Jtilis Introduoed and Bered. B, 14, by Senator Merrill, to Inoorporate tbe Bnos- burgb Kalis graoed sebooi distriot i oommlt- lee on educatioii. S. 1.1, by Senator Merrill, to amend tbe ai t Ineorporating tbe village of Bnoaburgb KhIIh. Providea for tbe oonstruotlon of Hewers; eoininittee on eorporatioiiH. S. 10, liy Senator Vail, to Inoorporate tbe Vermont Trusl Couipany; OOmmlttee ou banks. 8. 17, by Senator Mead, providing for tlin weekly puyinent of euiployes by eorpora- tlons. Providea tbat everymanufaoturlng! nloing, quarrying, meroautile, railroad, Hiirfaee, Htreet, elec trie, and elevated rail way, exeept Hteam Hiirfaee railroadH, simin boat, telegrajib, telepboue and launioipal eorporatioiiH and every luoorporated ex- preHH oompany and water oompany, sbali iay weekly in money eaob and every ein ploye eugaged in lls linsinesH thu wageH earued by SUOb employe lo wilbin slx days of tbe date of SUOh liayment, provided tbat if al any tiuie oflUOn paymeut any employe shall be abseni froiu bis regular place of labor he shall be enlltled to said puyinent upon demand; any corporation violatiug any of tbe proviHionn of tbe aet is inade llable toa penalty not exoeeding IBOand not less tban $10 for eai'b violation, and It is made tbe duty of tbe Htale'.s attorney to proaecute violatioiifl upon proper eomplaint. Tbe aet, is to lake eflaol January 1, 1808)) oom, on manufaoturea, 8. 18, by Senator Konter, to pay A. B, Spaiibling of Hiirlingtoli tbe hiiiii thereln demandedi oommlttee on olalma, 8.10, by Senator AniHdeii, providing for the eare of DttbllO bnrial gTOUndS, S. 30, by Senator llasklns, to Incorporate tbe Brattleboro lloine for tbe Aged and l)is abled; Oommlttee on eorporatioiiH. At, eleven o'eloek tbe Honate repalred to tbe ball of tbe boUM to partieipate in a Jolttt assembly, Upon iih return tbe Mnau ad journed. HOURK MOHNINO. ,7onf Iicsolntions. Hy Mr. Weston of Newfane, providing tbat no bill lAVOlvtng expetine to tbe state hIihII pass to its tlilril reading untll November 4; ordered to lie and be printed. Ity Mr. Rustedt of Sbrewsbury, granting use of tbe ball of tbe bouse to tbe Vermont Medieal Soeiety; adopted. By Mr. Oannon of West Rutland, ealling upon tbe audltor of aooounts to furnish tbe general aHseinbly an Heml.eil statement cif tbe adjutant and Inspeotot general fs de- partmenl for tbe past twoyears; adopted. Ity Mr. Weston of Newfane, direeting tbe oommlttee on tbe insane to vultojyiumi al Brattleboro and Waterbury, and report; adop'ed. BuU tntroductd and Rserred, II. 88, by Mr. Olement of Kutbcnd, to provide for tbe weekly paymentof wages by eorporatioiiH. H, 88, by Mr. Bootb of Nortblleld, to amend tbe sehool aet of lH'.N). CliangeH tbe tlme ot payment ot tax, and makes it. pay- able in January instead ol May; Kebruary , instead of June; March, instead of July. Tbe aet proposeH to obviate two divisiotiH of publlo moneyjj oom, on eduofttlon, II. 84, by Mr. Haatlngs of Waitsfleld. to regulate strlkei and lockouta, Providea for beai'iiigs before a jildge of tbe Hiiprenie COUrt in IU0h difflOUltfes, and au order to be made upon SUOb bitaringj; eoin. on ju diolary. II. 3T, by Mr. Cliapin of Jeriebo, relating to tbe proteetion of Bh, 1'robibits putting sawdust Into streams) oom, on game ami Bsherlea, H. 80. by Mr. Booth ol Nortbfleld, autbor lalng tne state audltor to pay B, W. Howe tbe suiii of $10.00 forseourfng tbe arreit of Tbomas Henry Hale; oom. on ulalms. II. by Ir. Barber of Arlington, re pealtng seotlon 8,808, R, I.., and all tbe iiinendineiitH relating to one-foiirtb of lines to tbe eoiiiilainant or proseeut ing otlb'er in liquoroaaeaj joint pom, on temperance, Patscd. II. ;. ineorporatiiig tbe liarre Water Company; II. 8, anthoriilng tbe vil lage of St. Albans to laaue bonds, At 11 A. M. tbe two botUca met in joint assembly, Mr. StalTord of St. Jolinsbnry olTered a reaolntlon to poatpoue tbe eleoUon ol adju tant and Inspeotor general untll tbe infor mation in regard to tbe expenaea of tbat de partment waa furniabed undei tbe reaolu- tion adopted. Noine diseussion followed, and, on niotioii of Senator llali, tbe resolu- tlon was tabled. Mr. Martin of Brattleboro nominated for Herge,int-at-arins T. ('. Pblnney, tbe present Inoumbent, and be was eleoted by a viva vocc vote, For brlgade oommander, Senator Haakina nominated Colonel Julius J. Bstey to sue eeed Ooneral W. I,. Qreenleat, who deollned re-electlon, Colonel Kstey wa unanl mously eleoted, For adjutant and inspector general, Sena tor E'oster nominated General T. S. I'eek for re-eleotion, and be was unanimously re- eleeted. h'or quartermaater-general, tbe present inoumbent, W, II. Qllmore, was nominated by Senator Orout, Mr. Colburn of Manchester, who wus to bave presented the name of lr. Cusblog of Bennington oounty, itated tbat be nrould not be a oandldate, and Mr. Colburn seo onded tbe name of Qeneral Gilmore, who was nnanlmonaly re-eleoted, The joint assembly was tben dissolveil. Tbe senate returned to its ball and tbe bouse adjourned, SKNATK Al'TKKNOON. Orderedto . The Joint resolutlon eall ing upon tbe auditor of aooounta for an Itemlced statement of tbe expensea of tbe adJutant-general'H departiuent for the past two years, Tbe joint resoiution relating to the eleo tion of I'nited States senator. Tbe joint resoiution providing for tbe in speotlon ol insane asyluins. Adopted, Jolnl resoiution granting tbe use of tbe Iiouho to tbe Verinont Medieal Soeiety. Paued. Tbe bill amending tbe aet ln oorporatlng tbe Pittsford Aqueduot (Jotn pany, ' (, (. II. amending tbe aet ineor poratiiig the liarre Water Couipany; coin. on ei irporal lona, II. , autborizing tbe vilUufe of St. Al bans to laaue bonds; general oommlttee, Adopted, Joint resoiution relating to eleotion of I'nited States senator. At 8:80 tbe Neuate met in the bouse in jolut. assembly for tbe election of jlldges. Upon its return tbelefrom tbe senate ad journed, HOUSK AITKKNOON. Rtftretue of Stnatt BUU, s. o, amending the aet. ineorpolat illg tbe St. Albans Klee- trie Llght and I'owcr Company; oom, on eorporatioiiH. S. 10, amending tbe aet ineorporatiiig tbe Vermont Life Insuranoe Company ; oom. on eoi porat lona. uUU Introduced und Rtferrtd, H. ;is, by Mr. Daie of Brighton, maklng it, tbe duty of sobool direotori of every town and olty to purohase at tbe expense of suoh town and Olty lext books and otber supplies useil iu tbe publlo sohools, sald booka and auppllei tobe loaned to tbe pupllsotsaidsobooli free of eliarge; eom. on edttOatlOQ, Joint n9$otutionM, From the senate, di reeting the stuuding eoininittee ou the in sane to vlsit insane asyluins and report eou ditioii of saint1; adopted. Krom tbe senate, providing for a joint as sembly to be held on tbe 19th of October for tbe purpose of eompleling the eleetlon of Unlted states senator; adopted. From tbe senate, dlreotlng standing oom mlttee on military affalrsto viail Vetmont Soldiers' Home at Bennington and report OOnditlon of tlie same; adopled, RtporU. From Judioiary oommlttee, in struotlng state audltor to oolleot from tbe person or estate llable wbatever expense may be ineurred in eoinpletiug Ilie reeords Of tbe probate distriot of ICssex, us provided in il. 13; ordered to lie. Ttird Reading Orderad, 11. 54, to leours notioe to legaiees lnoaae of publlo bequeat, 11. 13, autborlsing Judge of probate for probate dlstriol of Bhhcx to eomplete tbe probate reeords of said distriot, II. II, amend Iiil' sec. 'J.710 of Kevised l.aws of 1KSO relating to tbe board of eivil autnortiy. il. io, relating to the nanagement of pub llo Itbrartea. At two o'eloek the two beuses met in Joint assembly for tbe election ofjudgea f tbe supreme oourt, Mr. statTord ot st. Jobnsbiiry noininated Jonatbaii Koss of Si. .lobnsbury for ebief judge, und be was eleeted. On UOtlOQ of Senator Hrowuell, Uussell S. Taft of Burlington was eleeted MrHl us Histunt jiulge. Ou motton of Senator Dultols, J. W. Kowell of Kaneolpb was eleeted Heeond iih sistanl judge. on motlon ot Mr. Martin, Jamee M. Tyier of Brattleboro waa eleeted tbird asslstant juilKO. On uiotion of Mr. Haiber, l.oveland Mun- sou ot MuuebeHter was eleeted fourtb as- sistaut Judge. Ou motluli of rieuator Hall, llenry It, Start of Bakersfield was eleeted flfth as Histant jutlge. For ilxtn assUtant Judge, Senator Grout plaeed In noinlnatlon I,. If. Tliompson of tras burgb, the preeent Inoumbent, Mr. BoyntOO of Montpelier plaeed in nomilia tlon Seneca Haselton, wbose noinlnatlon was seoonded by Mr. Henderaon ot Burling ton, Senator BOyOS and Messrs. Knrlgbt, Read and Darling leooilded tbe nomina- tlon of Mr. Tbompson, On motlon of Mr. Boynton a ballot was tskeo and reaulted us followai Wbole DOmber of votes east L'4M. Neeessary toa oholOS 138, I, . II. Tboinpson bad 308 S. Haselton hatl 4,'l and Mr. Tbompson was eleoted, The busi neHH of tbe joint assembly being eompleted, it was dbwolved, The tpeakei announoed tbe appolntment of tbo followlng oommlttee to Introduoe a Htamlard Mre iusurance poliey: I'aeon of Hartford, Martin of Brattleboro, Ward of Waltham, Arnoblof Bethel, Miller of New port. Adjourned, Pridar, Oot, 14. SKNATK MOBNINd. JoM RtlOlutton Adnptrd. From tbe bouse, providing for a joint assembly at 10:30 o'olook to hear the report of oanvaaslng coinmitteeH. I'tiMird. S. '-'6, ineorporatiiig tbe Ilrattle boro Home for tbe Aged and Disabled. H. 11, amending tbe act ineorporatiiig the liarre Water 'oiupany. The senate then met the bouse in joint assembly after Whiob it adjourned. HOUSK MORNINO. Jnint ItiKihitinus. By Mr. Story of (laven dish, providing for a joint asseinlily at 10:110 A. M. to hear tbe report of tbe joint, eanvass ing eoininittee appointed lo eanvass votes for representatives in congrttHH; adoptetl. Hy Mr. Kiske of Weybridge, granting tbe use of tbe honse of represenlaiives to tbe Vermont Reunion Soeiety on Tburaday evening, November 8t adopted By Mr. Aldrloh of Weathersfield, provld lng for ajoiut assembly at 11 A. M., to bear reports of oommlttee to oanvaas votes for oounty and probate offlcersj adoptetl. Bffli intrndticcd and Referrta.tl. no, by Mr. Bngllsb of Woodstock, tO pay II. ('. Pease the sum named, For board bill of an Inmate of Windsor county jail; oom, on olalma, II. 40, by Mr. Henderson of Burlington, relating to railroad spura and sidetracks orossed by the traoksof other roads. Bither company intercHted may petition tbe. sn prerae oourt. whioh may appoint a oommia sioner or onicr tbe taklng ol teatlmouy and make an order in tbe premltes; oom, on rallroada, II. 41, by Mr. Howland of Barre, to in corporate the liarre Savings iiank and Trust Company: oom. on banks, li. 43, by Mr. Taylor of Proctor, to amend tbe act ineorporatiiig tbe Proctor Trust 'ompany : oom, on banka, H, IU, by Mr. Bnright of Windsor, regu lating mesne prooeu, Providea tbat be fore attaelnutoit in made tbe plaiutilT or bis attomey shall make ullidavit of a joint, olalm and it.s nature. It also providea for reduolng amount of ball or of property at taohed, after servlng tbe wrlt, or any tlme before Judgment, wlth affldavit setting fortb reason tberefor, by order of tbe court be tore whiob suoh order is pending; oom. on Judioiary, li. 14, by Mr. Blllot of Waterbury, to ohange tbe tlme of boldlng Waterbury vil lage meeting from January to March; com, on election-. II. 46, by Mr. Cutting of Guilford, to amend li. L. relating to cbcck-list of voters. I'rovjdes tbat, before a name is ptit, on tbe cbcck-list tbe applicant shall produoe satis- taotory evidenoe of bis rigbt to bave his name plaoed thereonj; com. ou eleetious. Il. lti, by Mr. Henderson of Burlington, to inoorporate tbe t. Jobn tbe Baptiat So eiety of Burlington; eom. on corporations. 11.47, by Mr. Wyman of Athens, to ex tend tbe tlme for printlng ballota under tbe eleotion law of 1,SS. Twelve days to be the tlme; com. on eleotiona. II. Is, by Mr. KobbinH of Chester, to amend li. L. in regard to limitation of prosecutions for enme. Proposea tbree yeara aa auoh limitation in theft, burglary and forgery, instead of nix years, an now provided; com. on Judioiary, 11. 40, by Mr. Hew itt of Putney, to annex part of Dummerston to Putney; com. ou town llnes, H. .10, by Mr. Miller of Newport, relating to the dlveVsion of the line of Newport and Richford railroad in tbo town of Newport; com. ou rallroada, II. 51, by Mr. Warn of Townshend, relat ing to dog tax. " GetH ou " to tbe dog-tax dodger who beoomes pojnoaiod of a 11 pup " after the time of taxing tbe .same, and don't want to get a lloenae untll tbo tlme oomea around agaln, by maklng tbe tax payable tbe Bame aa if tbe dog were owned wuen tbe tax for that vear was due. Paieed, li. 15, amending an act, ineor poratiiig the i'ittsford Aqueduol Company, 8. amending act ineorporatiiig St. Al bans Bleotrlo I.ight and I'ower Company. II. il', autboriaing tbe judge of probate and reglater of distriot of Essex tooompile the probate reeords of saiil district. II. 6, relating to tbe manageiueut of pub- lic libraries, H. 24, to seoure notioe to legateea in oase of publlo bequeste, Joint Retolution Posiod.-Reported from eoininittee, by Whloh tbe Htate audltor in Instruoted to oolleot, from peraona llable, tbe expense of oomplllng reeords of Bssex probate district. Tbe two bousea met ln Joint asaembly at 10i 80 A, M. tO bear tbe report ol the coin Ulttee to eanvass votes for inemlicrs of eou- greaa, For the Plrat district tbe result was as followai Wbole nUmbet of votes 39,409 Neeessary for a oboioe 14.T80 II. Henry Powerabad 19,437 Felix W. MoOettrlok bad 9,898 Rodney Whittemore bad 040 Majorlty for 11. II. Powers 9,885 Tbe result iu the Seeoud district was iih followai whoie numberof votes 'J7.h.v.i Neeessary for a Oboioe 18,980 William W. Orout bad lH,a08 George W. Bmlth bad 8,010 W. 1'. iloughtoa had 835 Majority for W. W. Grout 0,'J77 Tbe joint asseiulilv was then dissolved. At 11: 00 A. M. a joint assembly was held to heur report ot oommlttee to eauvasH votes for county and probate onHoera, wben seveial justices of tbe peaee were eleeted to 81 vapanoleii and the joint aHseinbly dis solvod. Joint RttOiutlon, By Mr. Youug of Bris tol, Inatruoting committee on stale prison to iriail the prison and report; adopted. Adjourned. HKNATK A1TKKNOON. Joint Re90tuti0n, By Senator Boyce, pro viding tbat tbe joint Oommlttee on tbe bouse of correetion Vlsit the inslitution and re port; adopted, Hetoiution. By 8enator DuBois, that wheii tbe senate lidjouruH it be to Monday afteruoon at 2 o'eloek; adopted. HbllM BUU Itcferred. Autborizing judge of probate of Kssex liisti ict to I'oinpile jiro- bate reoords) oom, ou judioiary, ltidating to hoards of eivil authority; 00m ou Jndlolary, Kelatinglo Pittsford Aquu.luct Company; OOm, ou corporations. Relating to managamenl "' publlo libra ries; com. ou educatioii. lnoorporatlng the Vermont Telegrapb and Telephone Company; eom. ou oorporatlons, Relating lo notice to legatees in case of publio hequest; com. on judioiary. BUU InfrodUOtd, By Senator DuBois, re lating to probate bonds. Provldes that every surety upun the boud of a Judge of probate, or tiny bond taken by a judge of probate, shall llle witb tbe bond a sworn stat mant that he ot sh is wortb twlce as mile.i as llable for ln attacbable property ; eom. on jtiillciary. Adjourned. HOUSK AFTKRNOON. Mr. Weston of Newfane callod up his resoiution providing that, no bill Involving expense to tbe state shall pass to its tbird reading untll November 8. On motlon of Mr. I'lark of Halifax, it wan distntSSed. BUU Introduetd und Rssrred. B, to in corporate tbe Brattleboro Home for tbe Agi'd and Disabled; coin. on corporations. Psffffon, By Mr, Winchester of London derry, signed by Heveral oltlEeni of Ver mont, Htating tbat. tbe rents rttserved upon tbe leanes ot land witliin thin Htate seques lered to DttbllO, plOUS and eharitable uset are greatly nnejqusj, and praying that, the itiatter be iuvcHtigated, and tbe ineiptality removetl; com. ou land taxes, On motion of Mr. Knrlgbt of Windsor, it was voted that wheu adjournmeut wiih had, it be tintil Monday afteruoon at o'eloek. Adjourned. FOll ADIUTIONAt, I'KOO KKDINOS SKK WATCII MAN PBOPBB, I The Oolebratlon at Efetv Torki New York has certalnly done herself proud by the mugultude und anthusiasm of Ibe eelebratiou whioh beguii Ihere on Sat urday, October 8. The naval paratle of Tueaday waa an immense and brilliant alfair, allhougb tbere licceHsarily was a great deal ot oonfuslon, The tlvn epttom i.es ii thua: " As a popuiar demoostratlon tbe naval display in honot of Chriatoplier Columbua was unequaled in tbe biatory of tbe (Jnlted States, War sblps, yaohta, mer ohantshlns, tngs, exourslon steamers, light- ers and barges in sipiadions, lleets, sbpals and inasses oovered thewaters of New york harbor an wild fowl i-over tbe (eedlug- grounds of Carrltuok souud. More jieople were alloat on the.se vessels than were ever seen atloat together by any Ameriean eyu, wbile more than two milllon spectutors gatbered along the ahores of tbe harbor and river toga.e iu wouder or admiiiilioii. But as a parade, au orderly procession upon the sea, it, was a lailure. 1 1, was a mob ailoat, a moving dereliot, an animated mass of dotsam." Tbe procession started in tbe lower harbor at about halt-past twelve o'eloek. Tbe polloe boat.s, whiob took Ilie llace of tbe luounted police in the stivet pa rades, went up tbrougb the Narrow.s on tbelr way to the turniug polnt al tbo upper end of Riverside imrk. The various ilivin iouH of steamers, terry-boats, tugs, etc, were foriued in douhle line in tbe upper bay and the police steamed tbrougb it, showlngtbe way tothe tieet bebind. Nearly every boat was crowded witb people. Fol lowlng tbe polloe oame tbe boats of the olli eers aud the gUOSte, and as they paaaed aloug they were greeted witb tkejklmost deafenlng blasts of tbe paraders as well as the boata Whiob wero otit to sea. Tben came the war shlps iu oolumns of threes, witb Commo dore Krbeu on the Pbiladelphla iu oom mand, The distauce betweeu the sbipa waa 300 yarda, and between tbe oolumns it waa 160 yarda. Tbe old and tbe new were to be seen in the front rank, for tbere was tbe Pbiladelphla, a type of tbe modern Onited States tnan-of-war on one side, witb tbe old luonilor Mlailtonomoh on the otber side, and between theui was the Freuob llag- sblp Arethuse, all well oontraated aud all gaily deeoratetl. Tbe Prencb gunboat Huasard, the Italian uruiser Bauson and the Bpanlsb orulser nfanta Ysabel were Interesting featuren of tbe parade, whioh disbanded oppoaite Riverside I'ark. It is tbOUght 'JOO.OOO people stood ou the bank in this vioinlty, Tuesday evening tbere was a parade ol Koman Catbotto sucletleS, fire works on Brooklyn brldge, aud otber fes tivitles. Wednesday, the 13th, wan the great day. Tbe olty was allve witb people, and it is estlmated that there were ."iihi.ihki visltors in town. Tbe great, parade started about ten o'eloek at the Battery aud ilisbanded at Fifty-ninth street. Kully 40,000 men, by tbe time tbe parade was started, were eitber on the march or ready to joln iu the parade. Old soldiers and favorite corps were eheered lustily by tbe entbuaiaetlo multitude, Vlce presldent Morton, members of the oabinet and otber dlstlugulsbed guests reviewed the parade from the grand stand at Madison Bquare, Iu the afteruoon tbo Imposlng oeremonies of unveillng Columbus monu ment attraoted tbousanos to Central Park, Addresses were made by Carlo Barsotti, president of tbe Oolumbus uonument ex eoutive committee, Qovernor Klower, Mayor Grant aud others. Arehbisbop Corrigan blessed the monument, aud it was unveiled by Annie Barsotti, daughter of tln, presi dent of the monument eoininittee. Tbe same afteruoon there was anotber grand parade, led by "1,1100 bioyolists, ln this procession were twenty bistorical ltoats of great In terent. I'hiladelphiu also had a blg eelebratiou on Wednesday, and at Baltimore a monument to Columbus was unveiled. Tbere were oelebrationa in many of the large oentera of Burope, and Spain was aglow witb en- thusiaam, The Oolumbian oelebration at New Vork reaobed its oonolusion Thuraday, wben tbere was a grand bauquot in the Lenox Lyceum, Beveral bundred of tbe besl kuown men iu tbe eouutry were present, Tbe ball bad been decorated witb exoellent taste, At thecapof eaob of the oolumns gill oagles were perched, baving in tbelr in'aks Ameriean Bags, Between tbe ool umns alternately were diapbtyed tbe red and yellow Itag of Spaiu and the green, white and blue of Italy. The balcouies were bung witb designs ol the anoienl armorof Italy and Bpain, l'rettily interspersed wttb tbese designs were shields of the I'nited States, Italy and Spain. Ou the s'age was a large-si.ed painting of Columbua, draped witb Bpanlsb Bags, Tbe band played " Hail to the Chlef" as Vloe-Presldeut Morton and Mayor Grant were eeoorted to the hcad table. Mayor Grant presidcd. Attbeolose of tbe vice-presldent'a speeoh be propoaed a toast to tbe wife of tbe president, express- ing bope tor her speedy reoovery, Beore- tary Foster of tbe state departmeiit re iponded tO tbe toast, "Tbe Uuiled States." Qovernor Flower spoke for t he state of New York; President Aruold of tbe board of ablermeu for the eity; General Horaoe I'orter spoke on "Ameriean l'uti iot ism ;" C. G. F. Wehle, Jr., seeretary ot tbe com mittee of loo, bad " America aud its Ois eoverer" for bis themej Hon. William Slllzer spoke ou "The LegislatUre of tbe State of New Vork," und Congressuian Amos J. Onmmlogi also spoke. TllK Boston express frelght, wblob left New London, Oonn., Frulay mornlna at 5: 40 o'olook, coilided witb ute Brattleboro freiglu bound south at llarrlsou's Lauding, on the New London Nortbern railroad. Thu tuigiues caiuo togetbcr headon, atul a fiigbt ful wreck resulted. The tirst car of tbe SOUtb-bound traln eoutaiued four race horses. Four of the live men iu cbarge of tbe horses were killed OUtTlgbt, and one was so fearfully injureil that be died iu a few miuutoH. Tbe telegrapb operator al New l.oudon, 'I liomus Carroll, appears to be respolisible for the accideut. He has dis- appeared, Thk Vermont BUBUUW Soeiety dld a good work in Spi inglleld reeeutly. Two brutes, William hlewton and one IthodeH, cut Ottt a borse's tongue hecanse Ihe auiuial refused todtawaload up bill that was too heavy for li i iii . II. B. Williams of Bristol, tbe president of tbe soeiety, prosecuted tbe ' inon, aud they were lined J.V) and costs. Thk fourtb auuual sessiou of the Grand l.odge of K iugbts of 1'ythlas was held at Barion ou Weduesday of last week. Samnii7 of Rewsi eratont. OotORIt 0, II. Joyee of Rutland Wlll lake the republloen itump In Conneotlout, Tiik thirtieth annual session of the Ver mont Grand l.odge of G I TemplWI was held at Barton on Weilnesday. A campliie was held iu tbe evening. An olllcer of the war depai tiueiit has been looking about Iu tbe northwes ern part of the state for the luost desirable locallon for a military post. Stivt-ral dilfeient plaees were Vislted, inoluding Swanton, St. A Ibans, Alburgb, Highgate, Bbeldon ami Richford. Tbere is some prospect of tbe Oeutrai Vef mont railroad uslng its Influenoe to get tbe post located at Sl. Albans. The land must be given to tbe Uniteil States goverionent. Gkokuk V. Kim.iMi, who was sent to the Rutlanil bouse ol correctiou two years ago for selling Ibpior, under a cuinulative sen tenOS of over sixty years, has been par- doned by Qovernor Puller, and baa returned to IiIh home at Norwich. A petttlon hail beeu olrculated iu hla bebalf. One of hiH two oblldren ilietl of diphtheria, !ast week, and the other waa reported tobedying, Mrs. Klptlng has JUSt reOOVered from the saine dinea.se. Domosl le Tiik New York legislative reapportion ment bas been deelared eoiiHtitutioiial by the eotirl ol appealn. Tiik. sehoouer Kvelena from I.abrador, witb tlity Bsqulmaus tor the World's Fair, arrlved Baturday morning, Tiik Steamer Ocl anie, fioin Hong Kong, arrlved at Ban Franclsco ou Fiiday witb a most expenatve i;argo, valued at $8,000,000, of whloh 82,000,010 is iu silks and the rc- mainder in tea. Tiik Big PoUI yardmen at Columbus, O., Struok on Wednesday, and in Ibe afteruoon they Bttempted to lake an eiigine from Ibe regular engineei. Tbe police at onee ar rested two strikers. Aiioust l.AUONKR. tbe inuiderer of Mary Bmeraonol Dedham, Mass., waa arreated Isat week Wednesday. 1'he ileetl was eoin- mltted in June, 1891, Laugoer was betrayed to an otlicer by a Hiipponed friend. Thi Marloo oounty grand Jury al tndlan apolis, tnd., has utaile us Uual report aud returned IndlotmentS against Somerby aud otber offloers of tbe Order of ibe Iron llall. They are lndioted on a churge ol embeXXll - ment, A UKAVY raln aud sleet storffl occurred at DeUVer, Col , last, week Weilnesday. Communioations Were CUt off. The great est damage was doue by a talling eleotrta light, Whiob Struok street ear trolley wiies, killiug a do.eu borses. John 1. Davknpokt, Onited States super vi.sor of eleotiona at New York, waa aerved on Kriday witli a SUbpCBua to appeur before tbe eongressional coiiimillee appointed to luvestlgate bis metbods, He icfused to obey, aud auolber subpieua bas been seul hlm, Thk iioo women teachers of tbe sohools of Provldeuoe, R, I., are up lu arma against the sobool oommlttee, Tbe latter wants tbem to partieipate in the Columblau day iarade, eaob to act as mwabal of tuelr pupils, Tbe sehool oommlttee thlnks the teaobera onght to endure tbe marob for tbo lake of tbe oay aud its meaulng, Thk grand jury at Pittaburg, Penn., last. week Tuesday, returneu true bills against the inembers of tbe Homestead advisory eom mittee, who wereoharged witb treason, and against, seveu Carneg ompany offloials, Inoluding II. C, Friok, and a number ot tbe Pinkertou detectives, obarged witb mur der and conapiracy, Thk smugglers of Cbineae laborerainto tbe (Jnlted States are baving ratber hard timee of late, Twelve oeiestials were found iu tbe bobl of a lumber barge at Rouses Polnt on Thursday, wlthout papers entitling them to enter the Onited States. They were arreated and lodged in jail at Plattsburgu, and the vesnel wan sei.ed tor violation of the Oblnese exoluslon law. THBcontraot between tbe nternattonal NaviL'ation Company and the poatmaster- general for mail service betweeu New York and Antwerp was formally oloaed ou Frl day, in acoordance wlth the bdi paased by eongress last year. This bill requlred tbe company tbat secured tbe OOUtMOt to oonstrnot ttve sbiis inadditlon totheCityof I'aris and City of New Vork, now in service. The nternattonal Navigation Compaky'a steamships will all tly the Ameriean tlag aud the company will be llioroughly au Ameriean institution. Thk naval parade at New York, last week, was a must besutiful affair, Tne ja rade started at balt-paat twelve o'eloek, ami preaented a plcturesque ami Imposlng spec- taele. Tbe " PblladelpbUt'1 was the tiagship and beaded thc oolumn ol the parade, inade up of war sblps aud otber government ves sels, mnnlolpal boats, steam yaobta, elght dlvlalona of merobant vessebi aud a ileet of naval reserves, COnsistlug of sixteen tugs dlvlded into lour squadrons, Milliona of bright-colored llags waved in the breezn from fiagstaffs atnl wiudows, The bay seemed to be covered from sbore to shore witb sailing aud steam crafts of all sizes and desoriptions, Thk republioan state committee of Maaaa- Ohusetts has deeided to deoliue tbe chal- lenge ol demoorate to a joiut debate, Tbe reply is addreased to Cbairman Quinoy, it says: " We recogntze no publlo Issues us baving arisen tbrougb tbe olliclal acis of Qoveruor Ruasell ami Lieutenant-governor Haile wblob require a personal debate, Tbelr reoords are well kuown by the j ple of Maasaohuaetta, We do not lliink SUCU a debate would beiietit, any one. The general prinoiples of ibe two parties will badia- OUaaed by eaob Ol them from many platforms iu tbe state, and their vlews will be pre sented lo tbe people. The above reasOUS will apply witb sqnaJ force to Ibe suggeated diaouaaloo between tim demooratio oandl date for lleutenant-governor, Mr. J. Car roll, aud ibe republioan eaudidate, Mr. Roger Wolcott." Forclun. TllK body of Lord TeUUySOn was taken froui Aldworth to Westminster Abbey ou Tuesday of last week. Thk new goverumrut of Vemziiela is very anxlous to seoure teoognltion from tbe L'uited states goverument, Francois, one of tbe anarchists who blew up Very's wine sbop in I'atin last spring, bas beeu anested in l. uidon. He made a de.sperate resistance. Anuukw Carnkiuk, in an interview lu London, Haid he iuteuded to devute Ihe winter to visiting the cilies of Burope ami Inspeotlng large uutoutaotoriea, He would siudy Ihe laws bearing ou iiiduslrial oonoerna, aapeobtlly tbose ot tbe oourts ot arbitration iu Krauce for the settlemeui of differenoes between smployer aud em- ploycd. He stated that lie had beeu eu gaged all the spring aud suminer in prepar lug a new book treating on tbe iiiduslrial problems of the day. He would write as a Workingman to workingmeii and as an em ployer C employees, not us au advocate, but as a judge between them. Tknnvson was buried at Westminster Abbey last week Wednesday. Tbe eere- mony was oonduoted by the Arcbbisbop o( i anterbury. Tbe oboir sang bis utteat poem, " I'be Sileut Voloee," The pall was anordlnary unlon Jaok, li was borus, on the rigbt liaiul, by Lord Salisbury, late preinier, Kari Belborne, l.ont Boaeberry, tbe mlnie ter ot foreigu aflairs, Hon. Artaur Kelvin, W. II. 11. l.ecky, the lllstollail, llelllv Montague Butler, D.D., master of Trlnity College, Cambridge; ou the lefl by tbo Huke of Argyle, Karl HutTerin, llenry White, the seeretary of tbe Ameriean lega tlou, Bir James 1'aget, Beujamlu Jewett, master of Ualiol College, Ozford, aud James Anthony Froude, the hlstorlan.