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ERMONT WATCHMAJS & STATE JOmilSAL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1898v.
5 Orfrani'y.ocl Dnion Mntnal Fire Insurance Co. Bl ONTI'JCIjIUKi tt. Jnmrs AV. Ilinrlt l'rcnlilent Ilctlicrt F. I'.riclitiin Vlro I'rmlilcnt 1 1 ii 1 1 ii ii W- Ki'iuii Src'y ntnl Ircim'r Issues 1'olicies 011 nll elnesos of Iiiaurnblo I'rop- cily. l'tircly n Vermont Coni)finy. Aimiiint iif Iiinnriinru ln Votcl; M,U01fi74.34 I'rcnilinn Notm in I'oi co il.233,GOB.O0 Agcnls wanted in nll towna whero tho Company is not now roprcsenled. DIUECTORS-James W. Brock, Arthur D. Fuiucll. Ilitnm A. Iluse, Jolin II. Sonter, Ilar lnn M . K, iiiii, Tlioinns Mnrvin, Ficd lJlnnclinrd, I). I) llrmciivny.T. Iloxie llnll. G. M. Canip bell, Fiimcis .Swilscr, E. Ilenry l'owell, trnnk lin 1). llnlc. Ileibeit F.Biiphnm.Geo.W BfninV ley. Ilenry M. McFnrlnml, Cnrtis S. hincry, Jolin 1 . Wooriliu, Jolin 11. JSlcrrilicKl, ricu u. rioiu, ways and means, providing for tho aupport. of the Stato govommont. Stato tax of 20 centa. Ordered to lle nud be p,rlntod. Spectul Order. II. 81, croatlng ofll'.e of Insurance coumilsalouol. Tlio blll waa :ul veraely reported. It waa supported by Mr. Johnson of Lyndon, aud 0iposd liy Mr. little of Liiuonburgh nud Mr. Dlckey of Bradford. Tlilrd reading waa refuaed. Speclal Order. Resolutlon Iutroduced this momlng legnnllng tlio suspension of rule 20 requtring bills to bo lald on tlio tablo twouty-foiir hours beforo tbu tlilrd reading. The resolutlon was adopted. Read Tlilrd Tlmo and Passed. S. 08, amendlng Seo 1807, V. S, by enlarglug pow. ers of State'a attorneys. 8. 128, regulating fees of expert w tuesses. S. 152, amendlng 8oo. G352, aud repeallng 8eo. 5353 V. S. II. 310, requirlng payment of a fee for graut Ing speclal charturs. Tbu report of tliH speclal jolut comiulttee appolnted to lnvestlgate the expeuBea of Btato ofllcera atid State's attomeyB was ruad by tbe clerlt. Ou tnotlou of Mr. Marvlu of Alburg tbe report waa ordured to lio and b mado a speclal order for Tuesday morning at 0: 30. Tbu blll accompauylug tbls report, II. 403, was read tn ii'.o iiml was ordorod to lle and be prlnted. Providos tbat tba Gov ernor slnill be paid tue reaaonable expenHes of hitnaelf and Btaff except during tbe ses Blon of tbe Oeneral Aaaenibly. lbe report of tbe cominlttoe on inlleage and debontureB was adopted. H. 124, annexation ot "Berlin Sldo" to Montpelier, was favorably reported, witti recoinmendatlons of atnendraent. Tbo amendments were adopted, as waB one pro poaed by Mr. Kemp of Montpelier. Mr. Kemp supportud tbe blll. Mr. Stroug ot Berlin moved tbat it be made tbe Bpecial order for totnorrow at 10.45. Tbe motlon was opposed by Mr. Itanney of Newport, Mr. Viall of Randolph and Mr. Carpenter of Rutland and was lost. Amendinents were propoaed by Mr. Strong of Berlin aud Mr. Swaaey of Barre, four ot wbicb were lost aud two adopted. Mr. Kinaloy of Low ell favored tbe blll. Tbird reading was or dered, yoaB, 107; nays, 0, Bllls Iutroduoed. II. 499, by Mr. Wallaoe of Hartford, from tbo comnilttee on claims, to pay Edward Hayes tbe sum nauied; com. on claims. Joint Eesolution. By Mr. Kinsley of Xiowell, autborizing Stato treaaurer to briug a test caso againat nome town otber tban Brattleboro to recover sum tbat may be duo uuder tbe act of '94 requiring towiiH to turn over to State tbe exceas above a certaln atnount realized from sale of liqitor by agenclea, and to be governed by tbe court's ruling in auch case as to colloctlons from otber towns, treatlng all allke. Op posed by Mr. Comlnpn of Richford and Mr. Hazen of Windsor. Favored by Mr, Colby of Victory. Adoptlon was refused. Read Tbird Time and Fafsod. n. 21G, to pay C. C. Plympton tbe sum tberein namr d. BillB Iutroduced. II. 500, by Mr. Iligbee of Proctor, to amend an act incorporating tbe Franklin County Savings Bank and TrustCo.; com. on banks. Read Tbird Time and Paased. H. 449, to pay Wesley O. Brewster tbo sum tberein named. Bllls Iutroduced H 501, by Mr. Rlcbard son of St. Albaus, from the commlttee ou wayB and means, making appropriations for tbe difTerent brancbes ot Htate govorn meut. SG5,000 for debentures of Aaaembly, $450,000 for flacal year of 1898-99; S425 000 lor 1899-1900; 15177,000 for perlod from eud of flscal year of 1900 to December 1, 1900 ; 830, 000 for iuterest ou State bouds aud debts; 8175,000 for each fiscal year and 873,000 for fractional perlod above Btated for support of penal luntltutionn aud State pauper In sane; treasurer autborized to borrow 8050, 000 as needed; repeals acts of '9G autboriz ing treasurer to borrow. Ordered to lie aud be printed, Speclal Order. II. 21, appropriating a certaln sum for tbe support of tbe Soldiers' Home. Tbe amenduients propoaed by tbe Senate were concurred. Itead Tbird Time aud Passed. H. 492, to incorporate tbe clty of Bennington. On motlon of Mr. Vlall tbe IIouso ad journed to meet at 7 30 tbls ovenlng on mo tlon of Mr. Dlckey of Bradford. UOUSB BVKNINQ, PermisBion was glven tbe general com mlttee to sit during tbe eveniug BesBions at tbe request of Mr. Hlgbee of Proctor cbalr man. Read Tbird Time and Passed. II. 217, re- laiiDg to certaln insuranoij compiuioH. u. 346, amendlng act No. 150, actB of 1898, re latiug to clty court of St. Albana, 11, 124, annextng a part of tbe town of Derltn to tbe clty of Montpelier. Read Tbird Time aud Passed. H. 403, re latlng to dlslnterment of dead bodlea (as amended). S. 18, relating to deer in parkn or enclosures. 8.81. to nav O. E. Gbaudler tbe sum named. S. 85, incorporating Ascut ney Mt. k. h. uo. B. 132. relating to Ver ruont Valloy R. R. Co. II. 477, to prohlblt Bnuday excurHlons, was favored by Mr. Jordan of Suarsbury and Mr. Rannev of Newport; oppoHed by Mr. McGeary of Bur lington. Mr. Ilarrls of llonnlnc!tou. Mr. Ballard ot Georgia, Mr, Kmlth of Brandon, Mr. Dodge ot Sheldon, Tlilrd reading was ordered, yeas, 103; nays, 45. Tbe blll was passed. Kllled. II. 370, relating to appralsal aud payment foranliuaU kllled. II, 455, to pay G. W. Grandy tbe sum named. II. 484, re lating to aaalstance iumarklng ballots. II, 472, relating to deposltlou of paupers bodlea for purpoaes ot'auvauclug auatomical scl enco. Bllls Iutroduced. n. 602, by Mr. Kemp of Montpelier, amendiug tho cbarter ot Montpelier; cotu. on corporations. II, 503, by Mr. Bmlthof Brandon, to legaiize grand llst ot Braudon; com. on grand 11st. Kllled. n. 200, to provldo for instructlou in tbe State uormal scbools on the eftecta ot alcobol aud uarcotics on the buman system. Passed. II. 271, 'relating to executlve clerk, S. 138, amendiug act Incorporating Western Vermont Street Rallway Go. Passed tn Goucurreuco witb ProposaU of Amendment. S 53, to incorporate tbe Danby Savings Bank and TruHt Compauy. Passed ln Coucurronce. 8. 150, incorpor ating Fair Ilaven Savings Bank and Trust Co. 8, 171, speclal approprlatlon for Btutu's priBou. Read Tbird Time and Passed. H. 491, relating to management of creamerlea aud cbeese factaries. Ordered to Lle. II 481, relating to ap pralsal of lnsolvent debts by HaterB. Oj raotlou of Mr. Kaatman of Hartland tbe Honse udjourned. siaNKD. II. 11, An nct to legaiize tlio grand liat and (jiuiilrjuiiial njipntisalof real eetate of tlio town of Victory for tbe year 1898. II. 34, An nct relating- to fomler nnd gtinrds for street railwny ears. II. 58, An not to nppenl nct 29S of tlio ncts of 1K1H) giiuiting a ferry to Alexnnder I'. Lnun itiro II. 75, An nct to legnlizn tho tpuulrciininl np prnisal of tho rual cstnlo for the year 1MH and nll lists niade or to bo niado thereon. II. !ll,Aunct relating to ehniiging naino of tlio liomo for nged women in !St. Jolinsliury. II. 107, An nct in niueintnicut of sectio is 4,908 niut 4,'.W Vermont stututea (raising tho ngo of consent from 14 to lli yenrs II. 113, An nct to lcgalizo certain grand lists and qtindreiininl npprnisnla of real catnte for tlio town of Sandgate II. 130,An nct to legnlizo the niiadrenninl np praisnl of tho real estnte of tlie town of St Johnabury for tlio yenr 1891 and tlio grand lists of said town for tho yeais 1894, 1895, 1890, 1897, 1898. II. 173, An nct relating to tlio consmiction of railwny tcrmiuals nnd making coiinection witb rnilroads in tliia Stnte. II 207, An nct forbiclding tho himting or shooting of wild ducks nnd geese between tho hours of sovcn iii the ovening of one day and fire in tho morning of tho following day. II. 208, An act for tbo protoction of dairy mau. II 212, An act relating to tlio chango of the town line betweeu the towna of Hytlo I'ark nnd Morristown. 11.2111, An not to pay C. W. Jonea tho sum tberein named II. 320, An nct to pay E. II. Boebo tbo sum tberein named. II. 225, An act in amendment of nnd in ad dition to an act npproved November 12tb. 1893, cntitled, "An act to incorporate the St. Jobns bury Street Itailroad company." 11. 234, An nct to pay I'rank Lamb tlie sum tberein named. II. 230, An act rcstricting costa in county court and providing for tlio lssuanco of beucb warranta in certain causos. II. 203, An nct to legaiize the quadrennial appraisal of tbe real c3tate for the year 1891, aud tbe grand lists of the city of Montpelier for the yeara 1895, 1890, 1897, 1893. and taxes asse&ed thereon. II. 205, An act in addition to and in aiuend iiient of ehaptcr 217 of Vermont statutes, re lating to cruelty to animnls. II. 208, An nct to incorporate a company by the name of tho St. Albaninns. II. 280, An nct in amendinent of section 204 of Vermont statutea relative to tbe dutiea of tho directors of the oxperiiuent atation 11. -b'J, An act to legnlize tho ciuadremual appraisal of real estato and tho grand list of tbo town of Morgan for tho years named tuereiu. II 290. An act to nav V 11 ara J. Will ama tbe sum tberein named II. 293, An act to legnlize tbo real estato ap praisal of the tho town of Proctor for tbe year l&'.u. II. 301, An act to amend section 4.579 of Vermont statutes relnting to fishing. 11. .Wl, An nct to pay-r.. Uosa the sum tbere in named. II. 3-11, An nct for the benefit of the Gilbort Hart library in Wallingford, II. 348, An nct to regulato fishing in Shel burne pond. II. 350, An nct autborizing tbo town of Waterford to appropriato a sum of luoney for a soldiers' momiment. II. 384, An act to pay Edwin II. Bartlott tbe sum tberein named. II. 399, An act in relation to tbe trapping of certain fur bearing aniinnla. II. 402, An act to enable tho trustees of Cas tleton Cemetery nssociation to adopt by-laws and call a meeting of said asaociation. II. 418. An nct to leealize the nuadronnial appraisal of real estato and the grand lists of tbe town of Shoreham for tlio years tberein named. II. 433, An nct to legaiize the quadrennial appraisal and grand lists of tbe town of Ilarro for tbe year 1894 and to legaiize tho grand lists of the town of Barre for tho years 1891, 1895, 1890, 1897, and 1898. II. 430, An act to lcgalizo tho grand liat of tho town of Barnet for the year 1893. II 441, An act to legaiize the quadrennial appraisal of tho real estato of the town of Mewark for tho year 1891nnd tho grand lists of said town for tbe years 1895, 1890, 1897, 1898 Joint rosolution relating to tho purchaso of chest for uso of clerk. Tuesdnr, Nov. 22, 1808. SRNATK MOHNINO. Dovotional exerclaes conducted by tbo cbaplaln. Bllls Iutroduced. By Senator Platt, from general commlttee. B. 180, regulatlng tbe admiaaion of forelgn surety, fldellty aud an nuity companles; ordered to lle and be prlnted. Passed.-H. 48, bullding 111 for Washing ton county. II. 247, iisu hatchery ap proprlatlon (witb proposal of amendinent making tbe liuure an evon 85,000). II. 120, White River Valloy Telepboue Company. Kllled. S. 78, nnnexlng Concord to Cale donia county. II. 203, amondlng act in cornorating city and town of St. Albana. II. 204, relating to proceedlngs for damages by docs. II. 224. Winooski Loilce of Good Templara. II. 245, discbargo of mortgagea, II. 143, amemlniBut ot Barton cbarter. II. 251, assessment life inanrance coiupanleB. n. Mi, witiulrawal o cauillilates. 11. 424, pollullon of weat brancb of West River. U. 478, Bennington Water Company. Pasaed. II. 259, repeallng act protoctlng flsb in LakeSt. Catborine. 11.303, amendiug act incorporating a clty and town of Barre. II 311, relating to cluck lists. II. 437, ln. corporatlng village of Derby Centor. II, 431, amendiug cbarter of St. Jobnsbury Security and InvestniHiit Co. II. 440, Barre Blectrlo Cuinpauy. II, 412, amendiug cbar ter of clty and town ot St. Albaus. II, 470, grand llst of Highgate, U. 470, amondlng cbarter of Winooski village. II. 479, re ports ot flro losses to insurance commis aioners. H. 482, grand llst .of Glastenbury. II. 483, Home TelephouH Company of Brau don. II. 485, Bradford selecttuen to en largo a burlal ground. II. 487, Derby Llne village iucorpurated. II. 410, Greeu Moun talu Telepboue company, witb proposala of amuudment. U, 453, umondlug Burlington cbarter, witb proposala of atneuduient. II. 408. layiug a tax ou Lamoille couutv. 8. 109, vault for nudltor'B olllce. S. 170, vault lor truaaurer's oiiicu. b. liii, incorporating village of Htnesburgh. U, 409, appraisal aud llst of Peacham. Kllled. II. 123, protectlug travel on publlo uiguwoy. Paaaed H. 374, re-leaalng certaln school lands. II, 475, relating to school attend unco. S, 92, tbe roferondum blll was takeu up as Bpecial order, and on a yea and nay voto ot 13 to 13, witb n deciding vote by tho presi dent, tbe blll was read tlilrd tlmo and theu oruoreu to llo untus r. m, Tho comtnlttoo on tbo insano proaontod tbelr report, wblcb wbb road. Bllls Iutroduced From coinmltteo on ln Bano, S. 187, providing for now bullding, a farm, a rnMiologlcal biiildlng, nnd for otbor oxpenaos at the Bnyluni 'or tbo iusano; or dered to lln and bo prlnted. By Sonator Young, 8. 188, rolntlng to coramlttnonts of certaln porsous indlcted, nnd wboao dofonso lspleaot Insanlty; Judtclary. Klllod II. 300, UndorhlU gradcd scbool dlstrlct. II 372, relating to olectlons. Introducod From coinmltteo ou lusano, S. 189, changlng nnmo of Vormont Asylum to Vermont Ilospltal for tbo IiiBaue; order ed to lio and bo prlntod, On motlon of Sonator Blodgott, tbo ro. port of tbo luvoatlgnttng comtnlttoo wni ac cepted aud adoplod. Illll Iutroduced. By Sonator Grlflltb, 8. 190, prohlblting tbo tbrowlng ot sawduat ainl refuse into certain stroama; gatuo and flabnriMn. II. 105, cotninutlng sentoucn of Isabolla Marsh, was tnken up. Sonator Young thougbt sentonce Bhould bo carrled out or pardou grauted. lle snw no mtddlogtound. Tbls womau 1b eltber gullty of a moi-t das tardly crline, or bIio Ib lnnocont. Dldu't tbink tbe L"glslature, unable to get into tbe tletaits ot tbe caso, Bhould bo asked to Bot nslde tbe verdlot 'of tbo court aftur a fair trlal. Hn lovlowod tbe legal proceedlngs, and asknd wbat roason tboro was for lnter feronco by tbo Legislattiro ln tbla matter. Let tho law tako lta natural courno. Ho bad Btudled tbo constltution and fouud no reaion for sucb actlon. Senator Platt tbought tbero was no otber power but tho Leglslature to save tbls wotnau from tbo gallowB. Tbere la enougli of doubt ln tbls caso to warrant comtmitatlon, He favored tbo blll. Senator Enrlgbt opposed tbe blll on tlie ground tba. tbo case bad been falrly considerod ln court. Senator Young de mandod tbo ynns and nays, and tbe voto stood: Yeas, 18; nays, 12, and tbo blll was paased. Tbo voto was as follows: Yeas, Hatcbeldor, Hlodgett, Fay, Hall, Hltt, Ltu.Io, McCullougb, Partrldge, Platt, Put tiain, Slayton, Smltb, Soule, Stearns, Tbom son, Walker, Watson 18; nays, Barnos, Uartlott, Cbafey, Cudwortb, Enrlgbt, Flenry, Foas, Grlflltb, Peckett, Perley, Saylea, Young 12. Blll Introducod. From commlttoo on claims, 100, substlttlto for S. 89, oxponaoa of slck Boldlera ln war witb Spaln; ordered to lle and be printed. Pamed. II 100, commutlng soutonco of Willlam O. Buzzell. S. 175, compauy for merly operatlng Ogdenaburg and Lako Champlain road may aubscribe to bouds and stocka of otber corporations. Kllled. S. 120, relating to suporvlaors of tnsane (baving been takeu up aa speclal or der. A joint resolutlon from tbo IIoubo, for od journtuent untll Monday, tbo 28tb, waa re- luseu conourreiice oy a uig majoriiy Passed. S. 170, relating to aalary of Gov ernor. Paased. S. 184, appralsal and lists of Mt. Tabor. S. 185, appralsal of Richford. H. 54, New Kngland Fire losuranco Co. Adjourned. HOUSE MOIININO. Dovotional exercisea conducted by tbe cbaplaln. Mr. naakiuB of Brattleboro offered a reso lutlon tbat wben tbe Houbo adjourn on Weduesday lt be untll next Friday atter noon at four o'clock. Mr. Hasklns spoke in favor of tbe rosolution as did Mr. Viall ot Randolph, Mr. Swaaey ot Barre clty, Mr. Itooth of Milton, Mr. Ballard of Georgia, Mr. McGeary of Burlington, Mr. Buttor tleld of Derby, Mr. Boyuton of Wolcott, Mr. Kinsley of Lowell. Mr. Abell of West Haven opposed. Tbe resolutlon was adopted. Special Order Report of speclal commlt tee appolnted to Investigate expenses of State ofllcers and State's attorneys. On motlon ot Mr. Cbapman of Windham, tbe report was adopted. Mr. Falby of Huntington presented tbo report of tbo joint cominlttoe on tbe insane, wbicb was read by tbe clerk. On motlon of Mr. Johnson of Lyndon, tbe report waa or dered to lle and be prlnted. Special Order Joint resolutlon from tbe Senate providing for adjournmont tomor row. Tbe House refused to concur. H G7, to equalize taxatlon, was adverBoly reported. Mr. Dodge ot Sheldon supported tbe blll nnd tbird reading waa ordered, yeas, 93; nays, 53. An amendment propoa ed by Mr. Dodge exemptiug savings bank loans ou real estato placed at flve par cent from paying tbo State tax on deposits was adopted. Mr. Colby of Victory opposed tbe blll. Mr. Swaaey of Barre moved tbat tbe blll be made tbe speclal order for Satur day at 10:30 A. M. Mr. Campbell ot Albany, Mr. Hale ot Lunenburg and Mr. Cbapman of Windham favored tbe motlon, wbicb prevailed. Joint Rosolution By Mr. Emery of Chelsea, autborizing Governor to appolnt two commisstoners to atuuy tue evu ol double taxatlon aud report tbelr flndiugs to the General Assembly of 1930, witb recoin mendatlons for rellef, lf sucb can be de vlsed. Mr. Swasey of Barre, Mr. Bootb ot Milton aud Mr. Tillotson of Bakersfield op posed. Mr. Emery moved tbat tbo resolu tlon be ordered to llo and the motlon pre vailed. Mr. Bootb of Milton called up n, 45, re lating to double taxatlon, tbe question be ing ameudmentB propoaed by Mr. Bootb. Mr. Bootb supported the blll. A motlon to bave tbe blll made a speclal order for Satur day was opposed by Mr. Cbapman of Wind ham and lost. Tbe amendments were adopted. Tbo blll was opposed by Mr. Jackson of Waterville, Mr. Walker of Fair Haven, Mr. Abell of West Haven, Mr. Mr. Colby of Victory, Mr. Fuller of Under hill and Mr. Marvin of Alburg. Mr. Til lotson of Bakersfield favored tbe bill. A motlon by Mr. Peet of Cornwall to bavo lt made speclal ordor for Saturday at 2,30 was opposed by Mr. Cbapman and lost. Thlrd reading was refused. Kllled. n. 213, relating to town llquor agenclea. H. 273, fixing pay ot clerk ot railroad commlssion. II. 319, enabling city of Rutland to collect certaln taxea. Mr. Hatbaway of Moretown moved to reconsld er the vote by wblcb tbo Houao refused to allow a tbird reading ot U. 45, relating to double taxatlon. Tho motlon prevailed and Mr. Bootb demaudod tbo yeas and nays wblcb resulted, yeas, 00; nays, 127, and tbird reading waa refused. Speclal Ordor. H. 258, relating to tbe National Guard of Vermont. Mr. Butter fleld of Derby moved that tbe blll be ordor od to llo. Adopted. Sneclnl Order. Joint resolutlon rogard- lug adjournmont from Wedneeday morning untll Monday' Nov. 28, at 2 p. m. Mr. Ran ney ot Newport moved a reconaidoratlon ot the reaolutlon providing for adjournment tlll Friday afternoon, but later witbdrow hls motlon. Joint reaolutlon adopted on tue part of the llouae. Killed.-n. 328, relating to taxatlon of de poalts ln savings banks. H. 300, chnuging tho Lyndon Instltute lntoa State uormal Bobool was adversely reporteu uy tue commutee on euucation. Mr. Jobnaou of Lyndon spoke in lta favor, but tbu tbird reading ot tbe blll waa re fused. H. 435, relating to the enforcoment of tho nroblbltory luw, reportod adverBoly by tbe joint commlttee of temperance, was favored by Mr. Ballard ot Georgia, Mr. Bootb ot Milton, Mr. Wllklns of Rutland town. An amendment propoBed by Mr, Bootb of Mil ton waa refuaed. Mr. Blmmona of Wood stock opposed tbe blll. Mr. Harris ot Ben nington favored tbe blll. Mr. Wllklns ot Rutland town moved au amendment, wbicb was ruled out ot order. An amendment propoaed by Mr. Hall of Luuenburgb was adopted. Mr, McGeary of Burlington de mauded tbe yeas and nays, Tho result ot tho voto wbb, yeas 157, naya 40, and tho tlilrd reading was oruered. lliltf blll pro videa tbat uny State's attornoy, grand ju ror, Hberlff, deputy sherlff, coastahle, jua tlce of tbu peace or uiuniclpal judge who aball fall to proaecute vlolutlons of tbe pro hlbltory law Hliull be lltied not less than 8200 for eaob aud every ueglect of duty or slx inontha in tbe work house or botb ai tbe court may dotermlue. II. 481, relating to iuveutory of lusolveut debts, was called up by Mr. Marvin of AI burgli, supportud by Mr. Marvin and Mr, Fllut of Middlesex. Pnssago waa refused. Sicuod by Governor. 8. 39, au act to In corporate Evonlng Stnr Lodgo, No. 37, 1. O. O. F., locntod nt Newport, Vt. 8. 55. an aot ln uddltton to an act to Incorporate tbo Wil liamstown Acqueduct Company approvod Novomber 10. 1892 S. 118, an act to amend Soctlon 305 of tbu Vermont. Stututea. 8. 131 au nct to amend Section 728 of tbo Vermont. Statutes rolatlng to calllng Bpecial town moetlngs, On motlon of Mr. Tillotson of Bakers field adjourned. SRNATK AFTEHNOON. Senator Thomaon of Rutland offerod n joint resolutlon calllng for oxamlnatloii lnio cuuimiuii (ii uuniucHS iu uutu iiuuaes, by comiultten of two sonator aud tbroo rep rosontutoB, who shall report fortbwlth as to flnal adjournmed on WodneBday morning. Adoptuil ou part ot sonate. denators Young nud Platt were appolnted ou said cuiumlt tco. Pasaed. H. 440, atnendlng cbarter of (!hiisea, Tunbridge and South Royalton Itxilroad Couipauy, witb propoaals ot atnendmenta. 11. 109, ennbliug towna to closo llquor agonclos, waa takeu up aud debated a some leugtb. Senator Cbafey favored lt and qiiotod condltion of affalrs at Albany aud elsewbero Iu hla county, aa argnmeut In favor of tlio blll. Sonator Hltt aud Sen ator Cudwortb opposed tbo blll nud tbought It was neceasary to havo a placo whore llquor for modiclnal purpoaoa could bo bought lcgally. Sonator Bmlth oniloraed tbls viow as uuttroly conslstent wttb loy alty to tho problbltory law. 8onator Cbafey did not seo wby au agency should bo forced lipon a town that dldn't wnnt it. Senator Watson favored tbo blll. On a yea and uay voto tbo blll waa paased, 10 to 8, aud tho bill passed. Kllled. H. 232, relating to tralTlo in llqnor. II. 41, appralsal of Rupurt. II. 449, tn pay W. O. Brewster. II. 301, trafUo iu llquor. S. 44, sentence of Mrs. Marsh. S. 45, huu tence of W. O. Buzzoll. Pasaed. 8. 180, Sprlnglleld to laane cor taln bonds. S. 183, Sharon Electrlc Llgbt and Motor Powor company. S. 1G9, ifor speclal aaaiatance ln Stato Library. U. 210, paying C. C. Plympton. II. 112, appralsal and llst of Braintree. Joint Reaolutlon. From tbe Houae. ad- journlng untll Monday at tbree r. m,, waa ' not concurred In. Kllled. II. 50, examinatlon ot teacbors. II 252, relating to publlo Instructlou. H. 292, relating to text-booka. II. 304, relating to publlo lnatructlon. U. 458, relating to towns witb no central school. S. 158, botter scbool accommodntton for cblldren. H. 389, repeallng tbe law rolatlng to bov ine tuborculoslB, waa taken up. Senators Young, Cbafoy and Wataon oppoaed tbe bill. Tbo tbird reading was refused by a declslve vote. Comtnltteo reported favor ablvl. Passed. S. 1G4, roglstratlon of birtbs, marriagcs and deatbs. Tbe Benate resolved Itsolf into a commlt tee of tbo wbole, witb Senator Smltb as cbairman, to consider H. 401, State Board of Taxatlon. Governor Smltb and savernl otber gentlemen were present. Governor Smitbgave bis views on tbe blll; it tbero is nnytblng wrong or dishonest about tt, ho certainly dldu't want it passed. He be lloved lt v, aa not opeu to tbat chargo. It waa meant to Incroaso tbo revenue of the State and lnduco others to como bero. Ho could aoo no barm tbat would come from tbe passage of the blll. H. A. Huse also appeared before the commlttee; said at flrst he regarded tbls blll aa an inducement to tax dodgers, but bas changed bis mind; looked upon tue moasuro aa one of advau tage to tbe State; lt will ensure the deflnite paymeut of certaln sums, and the board would aoo to lt tbat theso new comers pay tbelr reasonable share. Tbls board 1b re qnlred to operato along constitutlonal lines. The commlttee rose at tbis point and tbe Senate resumed lta seaalou. S. 92, the referendum, came up as speclal order, on lts paaaago, the vote paaaiug it to tbird ; reading was reconsidered; on tbe question ot thlrd reading a yea aud nay vote waa demaudod and' resulted yeas 14, naya 14, the president voted aye aud the blll was read tbe tbird tlmo. Paasage was grauted by a yea and nay vote of 15 to 14; the presldlng ofllcer votlng ln the aQlrma tive. Pasaed. H. 124, annexing part of Berlin to Montpelier. H. 429, enabling Lunen burg to ald in lnduatrlal enterpriaes. H. 403, dlslnterment of dead bodlea. H. 271, relating to executlve clerk. H. 491, man agement ot creameries aud cbeese factories. Adjourned untll 7.30 r. m. HOUSE. AFTKHN0ON. Joint Resolutlon By Mr. Harris of Ben nington, providing that when the Houaea adjourn to-morrow it be untll Monday af ternoon noxt at 3 o'clock. Adopted on tbe part of tbe House. H. 435, relating to onforcement of problbl tory law, waa read tmru time. Passage was oppoaed by Mr. Klnaley of Lowell, who moved to diamiaa the blll. Mr. Duti tou of Poultney oppoaed the bill. Mr. Bal lard of Georgia demanded tbe yeas and nays. Mr. McGeary ot Burlington aud Mr. Harris of Bennington supported the blll. The roll call reaulted, yeas, 00; naya, 124, and the IIouso refused to dlsiniss the blll. Mr. Hasklns ot Brattleboro opposed the blll, Mr. Ballard ot Georgia supported tbe blll. Mr. DicKernian ot rutstoru uemanueu tue roll call, wblcb reaulted, yeas, 110; nays, 104, and tho blll waa paaaed. Bllls introduced u. 004. by Mr. Hale ol Lunenburg!!, from tbe judiciary commlttoe, amenillug act relatlug to appointmont ol municipal judgea. Ordered to lie and bo printed. Senate Amendment Concurred In. H, 197, to regnlate the sale of concentrated commerclal feedlng stuffB. 11. 321, to abollBU tue boaru of agrlcuiture waa read tbe tbird time. Its paasage was favored by Mr. Viall of Randolph, and op posed by Mr. Wbltney of Sprlngfleld. Mr. Emery of Chelsea offerod an amendment, making tho Governor tbe President ot tbe Unlverslty of Vermont and" four others to be appolnted by tbe Governor to constl tute tho board. Mr. Ballard of Georgia opposed tbe amendment and favored the blll, as did Mr. Bootb of Milton. Mr. Til lotson of Bakersfield oppoaed tbe amend ment. Mr. Lealle of Wheelock presented a petltlon from cltlzens ot Wheelock prayiug that tho board bo retalnod. Mr. Terrlll of Morrisville favored the amendment. Mr. Swaaey of Barre city wauted more llgbt aud iuformatlon, and favored the amend ment, as did Mr. Ranney of Newport. Mr. Honderson of Ryegato opposed the amend ment but favored tho blll. Mr. Gordon of Grand Isle oppoaed tbo blll, Mr. Jackson of Waterville opposed. Mr. (Jooinbs ol Berk shire wus ln favor ot tbe blll, Mr. Peet of Cornwall waa oppoaed. Mr. Fuller of Un derhill opposed tbe amondment, aa did Mr, Dlckey of Bradford. Mr, Bootb ot Milton demanded the yeas and naya on tho amend ment. Tbe result of the vote was, yoaB, 104; nays, 114; and the amendment was dls agreod to. Mr. Tillotson ot Bakersfield moved the maln question and on tbls Mr. Viall of Randolph demanded tbe yeas and nays. Tbe vote stood, yeas, 110; nays, 103; and the bill was passed. Bllls Introduced.H. 604, by Mr. Wal lace of Hartford, from the commltteo ou claims, to pay E, L. Batea the sum uamed. Ordered to lle aud be printed. Jolut Reaolutlon. To pay Willlam N. Terriault tho sum uamed. Adopted iu concurrouce. Joint Resolutlon. To pay Tuttlo Co. tbo sum uamed. Adopted ln concurronco, Joint Resolutlon. Relating to prosorva tlou ot letter press boolts ot adjutaut geu eral. Adopted ln concurreuco. Jolut Rosolution. Providing for appoint mont ot commlttees from each bouao to concur aa to tlmo for final adjournmont. Adopted In concurrence witb propoaals of ameudment. On motlon of Mr. Hale of Lunenbtirgh, lt waa voted that whon tbo Houae adjourn lt be untll 7.30 thts eveniug. Heuate Amendments Concurred iu. II. 410, Incorporating Greeu Mountaln Tele phone aud Tolegruph Co. II. 134, legaliz lug liat aud appralsal ot Stowe. U 191, ameudlng cbarter of South Woodstock Telephoiio Co, Ailjournment on motlon of Mr. Ballard at Georgia. Signed S. 3'. Au iiel to incorporate tho Champlain Ti-uiihonu couipauy ot Bridport, Vt. Baking Powder Made from purc crcam of tartar. Safeguarcls the food against alum Alum baking powders arc thc greatest menacersto hcaltliof the present day. noVAl DAKINQ POWDER CO., NCW VORK. S.JH, Aii nct to pay C, N. Wales tho nmouiit liereiu named S.13, An nct to incorpornto tho Evergrecn Rcst ceinotery naaociation. S. 49, An nct to amend section 370 of tho Vermont statutes relating to tlio appoinmcnt of scholarsliips. S. 89, An act to pay William E. Cobb tho sum tberein nained. S. 100, An nct to protect tlio State in tlio dis tribution of fish. S. 109, Au nct to incorporate tho Montpelier and Norlhern Trnction company. S 112, An act in amendiiient of section 83 nnd section 91 of tho Vermont statutes relat ing to filing cortillcates of noniination. S. 117, An act to amend Section 718 of Vor mont Statutes relating to tho dutiea of n tru nnt oflicer. S. 133. An nct to cnnblo tho town of St. Johnabury to issue its bonds for tho purposo of raising monoy to build n new school house in said town. S. 141, Annct in anieinlmont of Act No. 220 of tbu ncts of 1888 cntitled "An net to incor porato tlio Baptist Ministers' Aid society of Vermont. S. 148, Au nct to incorporate the Goodrich library. SKNATE KVENINa. II. 401, providing for n Stato board of ttxn loii, waa reported adveraelv from commltteo of tbo whole. Senator Enrlgbt spoke tn favor of tho blll. Senator Hltt oppoaed it In tho publlo Iuterest. Senator Young favored the blll. Tbo thlrd reading of the blll waa refuaed by a yea and nay voti of 15 to 14 Kllled. 11.477, prohlblting Suuday ex curalons. 8. 90, Mt. ManBlleld Improve mont Co Adjourned untll 9 A. m. tomorrow. JIOOSE KVENINO. Senato Amendments Concurred In. II. 200, incorporating Swanton Electrlc Rall way company. II. 201, prohlblting courts from lasiilng closo jall uxecutlous In certalu casea. H. 299, legallzltig llst of Brunswick. H. 333, lucorporatluir Piospect street Aque duct Company of Northtlold. II. 342, re moval of Stare IIouso fence. II. 374, re loaae of school landa in Tunbridge. U. 400, legallzltig appralsal and liat of Peacham. H. 425, legalizing liata of Andover. H. 432. amendiug cbarter of Esiex Junctlon. H. 451, repeallng and amendlng sections rolat lng to selning. H. 453, amondlng cbarter of 15'irliugton. 11.450, to preveut fraud ln sale of soeds. H' 408, layiug a tax on La moille county. Tbe Speaker appolnted aa members from the Houae on the confereuco commlttee re lating to tlual adj ournmnnt, Messrs. Em-ry of Chelsea, Sivaaey of Barre clty and VUll of Randolph. On motlon of Mr. Davia ot Mendon the House adjourned. Approved. II. 51, An act to amend sections 3S93 and 3S99 of Vermont .statutes relating to mileago books. II. 102, An nct to legalizo tho quadrennial appraisal of tho real estato of tho city of Barre for the year 1891. II. 133, An act to amend sectiona 3174 and 3170 of tlio Vermont .statutes relating to sup port of paupcra. II. 102, act to amend the articles of nssociation of tho DeerMeld River company. II. 2115, An act to incorporato tlio Franklin county Savings Bank and Truat company. II. 248, An act in amendinent of and in addi tion to nn nct npproved November 22d, A. 1)., 1892, cntitled "An aet to incorporato tlio Bellows Falla and Saxton's River street rail way company." II. 200, Au act to incorporato tlie Barre re alty company. II. 290, An act in addition to sub-division 7 of section 302 of Vermont Statutes exenipting from taxation property used for public and privato circulating libraiies opened to the publio. II. 1109, Au act regulating the practico of mediciue by graduates of Canadian colleges. II 312, An nct in amendment of Section 3038 chaiiter 132 of the Vermont statutes relating to uivorccs. II 300, Au act in amendment of section 3731 of Vermont statutes relating to formatiou of corporations by voluntary assocaation. II 398, Au act in addition to an act to in corporato tho Alpba Signa Plii society of Nor wich University. Middlesex. Mrs, H. U, Nlcbola and daugbter wero ln Waterbury last Wednosday. Mlaa Ethol Ketth of Barre waa a vlaltor at Ira Johnaon's over Sunday. Charles L. Converse returned to bis dutles as letter carrler at Barre, Monday. Mlss Nellle Grandy of East Barre, is vla ltlng her alater, Mra. M. A. Nowball. Rev. GeorgeF. Wells Is speudlngTbankB givlng at hls home ln Bakersfield. Mr. and Mra. F. F. Wilder wore tbe gueata of Mrs. 8. J. Darllng, last Saturday. Tbero waa a large aiuount of poultry ahipped from tho local statlon laat Thurs day. C. L. (Converse of Barre, baa been at homo threatened wlth fever the paat few days. The LadleB' Ald will meet with Mrs. Itufua Lolaud tbla afternoon. All are cor dially invlted. Mrs. Mary Badger of Barton Landlug bas been agueat ot her slster, Mrs. M. W. Mlles, the past week. Mrs. J. H. Brown o( Barton Lauding, baa been vlslttng bor paronts, Mr. aud Mrs. S, li. llaatluga, tue past week. Poat-Olllce Inapector Snow of Boaton waa in town last Tbursday aud found the local oftlce iu oxcollent condltion. George M. Seavor, genoral agent for the Watchman, haa been ln town tho paat week, ln the intereats o( that papor. Mrs, Cordella Patterson, who bas been sortoualy 111 tho paat weok, utteuded by Dr. l'ierce, waa taken to Waterbury last Suu day by her son, William Patteraon. Seavor Ifownrd remaius about the aame, except belug tbo vlctlm of an accldeut wblch cauaed hltu to break oue of hta lln gera laat week, which of courso, adda to bia already lnteuae aufferlug, Mrs J. R. Leonard, who baa beon in feobln healtb the past summer, will sneud the wlntor at Granvlllo wlth her daughtor, Mrs, W. O. Scott, where she weut last Monday. Mr, and Mrs. O. h. Cook re turned to tbelr homo Iu Itoohestor. "A borse and buggy wero found noar tbo L. W. ICnapp farm last Friday morning, The horse bad beeu unbltched and tlio tugs were tied up. Tracka wero found on the railroad below Clark's crossi -g, ludlcating that the tonui bad been drlven dowu tbe track. But the drlver could not be fouud. The teaiu was taken to Montpelier and identllled as belonging to Ilov, Fatber Donu bue o( Nortbllold, who lt uppenrs walked to Montpelier Junctlon and took the toam home. The corresnoudont doea not assort the factB as true as he 1b unable to communl- cato wlth any on the sceue. BARNARD, SUMNER & PUTNAM GO, wohohjstbh., nMLZkss. UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT, Challenge Values. LADIKS' GOODS-20 tio'i, covereil with floo Twilled Silk, wlth natural twiftcd or crookul wood, or Dresden haiidlcs, worth 1 C0, for $1.00. 20 Incli, covfcrcil ith Union Silk T. ffeU, wlth Peurl, Drosdun or l'riticess lmndluB, namo plato n id wsel, for ouly $1,48 Sco this collectlou ol jjupi rt Umbrollm buforo you buy. Lndiea' Hest IllgU Coldrfd Clmngonhle 8 lk :n li Iby best Hlmdos, Orccn aud Bluo, Sliot Iled, Hed and lJlnck and nll s'yii-b Hi adet.. Wo guaranteo tlila Umbrolln tho equal la ovcry itepect of nt y gfl 00 Uiiibn lln you can flnd. Our price, 82.98. ANOTllElt SriUKiN - VALUI3. Mun'a 28 inch, with Sllvor Miuntcd Boxwood l.utidis. Loina' 20 inch, wlili Prlticefis, Weixel Scontod or flno Drosdon hnudlfH, wlth bntid aiul liamd piuio, for nion or wotucn. A aplcndid bnniain fnr 81.0H. AI' Umbrt'll is m ld 'iy us huvo ParoRon Frumos and best icul fiulH. No wi I n wlnlo thcru aru .nudc. All ready to taku up and away. Flannelette Night Weai4. Gprillrmon'rt Night Shirts, lart'o, wcll m ide of d lluffy cloth, wlde choicc o slyitiS, COc. I'.ijutnun or Siouping Suita o' tlin Hanic. Flutinololtos, 1.00 a suit. GrLOVE DEIPA.TI.TIVIEIVT. Whore, (ifil ia n n rud qijfi'-i ) whern do miu buy your Gloves7 Wo want to pcrsuailo jou l'i r iui, if you bavo never douo sj. Wo rctaln all tho cuntonifra we secii'c, hrratise onr 81.00 OIovis in all tho lutest shados, Kunr anl' id and ll . id. iiii) i" ifcci ni i v 1 m q lall y, (ln n aa, cut. inuke and St, la Kld, P. K. nr Uochn, your chuicu lor 81 00. Wi- carry, of coursc, all othor pricof". Ludlow "ii'l Cbildreu's Fiecced Wool Ulovt s, S6u nr.U 50o. wlnldren's ORDER 3B"3T MAIIj, When buycra cf Mouuini'i le tuusl oe tlio real Monurncut beforo purehnsiiit,'. Too oflrn pi.-i.plu have bten deceiv(d iu bujing from a rneru picturo, aud from unscrupu.ous agcnts." Boston Olobe.. What is truo Iu B' ston iH true in Montpelier and vicinity. Call and boe my stock. Pricea hp low aa thc lowesl for Qrs t class goode. CHARLES 22 Main Street, 1873 National (luard Abollslicd And tlio MHltln Keorfrntitzntion Poitponod for Tho Yoars. ASweciiliiK nnd Slost 'Wclcome Meiuure. The bill introduced bj; Senator Hitt Satur day relating to tho National Guard reads aa follows: "Sec. 1, Act. No. 5 of the Oeneral Assembly of the State of Vormont, passed at tlie special session thereof, convened undera proclamation of the Goreruor in May, 1898, entitled ''An Act to provido for tho re mstatement of tbe First Regiment National Guard of Vermont" is hereby repoaled . Sec. 2. All laws relating to the organizatiou nud maintenanco of the organized uiilitia, known as tho National Guard of Vermont are hereby suspended until the next bi-ennial sea sion of the General Assembly. Tho oflice of Adjutant and Inapector Oener al is beroby nbolished. All the neceasary du tiea heretofore renuired to bo performed by tho Adjutant and Inspector General that may hereaf ter be required shall be performed by tbe Quartermaster General. Sec. 4. Tbis Act shall tako effect from its passage." Thia is exactly right nnd as it should bo, aa far aa it goes, nnd will meet with the decided npprovnl of ovory member and with every citizen witli possibly one exception. But, Gen. Gilmore is poorly enougli paid now. Aro we going to saddlo him with all thia extra work witliout any incrcase in salary or any diseretion aa to tho employmeut of assiatnnce ? Gen. Gilmore lias used liis Stato aa an lionest mnu should. Ho ia a white man aud should be used in a white way. Give him a living cbance 1 RewbuTS, Hon. H. W. Balloy la in New Sork. Mias Laura H. Chauiberbiin waa tbe guest of Mrs. Farwell at Montpelier last week. Mra. George M. Slack, who haa been 111 I wlth tonsilltis, is convalesciug. Cadet n. W. Orser is home from Norwich Unlvoralty. .1. W. Woodbury of Plymouth, N. H., waa in town several days last week. Mrs. Edwln A. Bayley and daugbter are a', A. W. Sllsby's. Mrs. J. M. Farrlngton bas goue to her homo in Center Lovell, Me. Mrs. Lovejoy and daugbter of Hardwick visttod Mra. T. A. Green laat week Tbe flrst entertatument of the lecture course was glveu laat Monday eveniug by tbe avendsen trlo. Tbe Ballad soclal glveu by the Cliri-i Un Endeavors wai a'bII u'tuiuiu.l uuusiil-.iiug the weather. Harry ninman vialted bia slater at Ply mouth on Friday aud Saturday of laat week. Mrs. 0. C. Doo bas returued from Ken tucky. Mra. Arthur Cheever and sona are ln town. Wells River. Mra. Julia Smith entortaiued the "Over Sixty Club" last Saturday. Mias Marsh of St. Albana waa tbe guest of Mrs. Munsell last week. Mrs. Oaear Warden of Ilnnovcr is visitingher parents, Mr. nnd Mra. Jolin Bniley. Misa Amiie Divoll of East Corinth was the guest of Mrs Herman Chamborlin. Tbero will bo n Tbanksgiving service on Thursday ovening inatead of the forenoon. Ned Ilutcbins, Jolin Munsell and Ilarry Marjhall are among the mimber having tbe mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morae nnd daugbter bave como to Bpond Thanksgiving with Mr. nud Mrs. I). R. Allison. Mrs. Grey of Wolcott ia spondiiig tbo weok with her brotlier nnd siater, Mr. nnd Mre. George Wheelor. Tho schools had n liolidaylast Friday to givo the teachers a ebanco to attend tho teachers' iustituto iu Woodaville. Mrs White haa rented her bouao to Dr. Par ker aud ia stopping for tbe present with her daugbter, Mrs. llutchins. Tbe senior Christain Endeavor society gavo a Bocial and Biipper last Friday, which was not so well attcmleu ns it ouglit to have beeu, tbo roceipts being only eight dollnrs. Mias Eiiuico Fisk, who hos been attondiug school bero for tw o years, has gone to Concord, N. 11., to work in the insane asylum. Sho has made many frieuds bero and all aro sorry to bavo bor leavo. Steerlng commlttnes of promlnout statea mou iu publlo aud privato ll(o have adorned tbo corrldors, veatibules aud commltteo rooms for tho paat week ln leglous, aud they are now at tho anogen of tbelr "use fulnoaa" in directlng leglsUlloo. The liat of wldely knonn patrlota wbo aro buatllng around tbe capltol juat now would iuake vory interesttug reading, A blll was Iutroduced ln the Senate Mon day forenoon providing that tbo Stato shall pay reasonable expenses ot a governor and sinll during tbelr term ot olllce, Tbla will settle tbe queatlon of authorlzod expenses, Scotcu Mitteua, 12J j. 20c and 25c. A. SMITH, 31ontpeliers Vt. Arbitrntors Dowcy and Merrltt. The proposal of Bpain to submit to arbitratiou tho plaiu meaning of tho protocol which her roprescntativo bIru ed at Washington as a preliminary to peace, is tho last expedient of a policy of deluy inspired by tho hope of moro pesetua than she will get from our pocki lbrj ik. The quesiion of Spaiu'a eovereignty in tho Philippines is not to be eettlod at Paris. Ii was settled several moutbs ano, hilf way around the globe, by Ad miral Deweyand General Merritt aud the men undcr them. Spain 8ubmitted that question to ar bitratiou when she weut to war with us; and the guns of our navy and array adjudgcd it. That nrbitration is Qnal. New York Sun. Mnssnchusotts Iioumlnrr Llne. An Inqulrr on Thnt Subject. Wliat lt Coat to Uatnbltsh It. Tho Dailt Journal ia in receipta of a let ter, which ia privato, but which eomes from a source wblch entitles it to credit. The writec saya : "Bv the reports in your paper I see that the Legislattiro baa appointed an investigating committeo witb authority to overhaul all Stnte commisaioiLS. Might it not be well for that committeo to inquire of Col. Ilaskina what ra sults he has to show for quite large cum3 of nioney expended on the Maasachusetts bound ary line in 1893 and lb90, and eapecially why a report of their work completed two years ag ia not forthcoining at thiaaessiou?" The letter is at the aervico of the investigat ing comniittee if it is desired. An examinatiou of the auditor's reports dis closes tlie expeiuliture of soiue S 1,000 in the work of eatablisbing this line. Ilere are ha details: 1893. Sept. 0 V. G. Barber, on account of boundary line com., $101 Sept. 22. V. G. Barber, ou account of bouiulary line com., 187 0G Nov. 28. V. G. Barber, on account of bouiulary line com,, 577 7G 1891. Mareh 28. V. G. Barber, on account of bouiulary line com., 303 7- 1895. Dec. V. G. Barber, on account of bouiulary line com., 22 OO 1S90. July. V. G. Barber, on account of bouiulary line com., 200 02 July. V. G. Barber, on account of boundary line com., 270 20 Aug. L. W. Brown, on account of bouiulary line com., 77 0T Sept. Dan. II. Reed, on account of boundary line com., 210 75 Sept. V. G. Barber, on account of boundary line com., 353 79 Oct. V. G. Barber, on aceouut of boundary line com., 719 03 Oct. Kittrodge Ilaskina, onaccount bouiulary Hno com., 79 41 1897. Mareh. N. Spofford, on account of boundary line com., 345 00 Marcb. V. G. Barber, on account of boundary line com,, 199 39 July. L. il. Read, on account of boundary line com., 37 73 July. C. Gonyeau, on account of boundary line com., 105 51 July, N. SpolTard, ou account of boundary linec om., 32 73 Total. 83,950 03 LEUISLATIVE POIJiTS. On a vlva voce vote tbe speaker romarked tbat "the cbalr appears to be undoctded." Not vory otten. Tho railroad commlsslonera uow have Ju rladictlon over all rallways, operated by auy power. Thia places olectrlo roads on tbo aatuo basia as atoam roads. Dr. D, F. Rugg, the member from Hart" laud iu the Leglslature of 1890, ls now lo cnted at No, 110, South Edlth Street, Albu qunrq,Q6, New Moxlco. The Urat veto of the Governor waa Bont Into the House Monday afternoon. Tho blll waa to piy soiue p-rty the aum tberein uauiid, aud the reanon for tbe veto was tbai tbe bill did not Btato to wbom the aum should be paid. That auch a bill wlth suob a fault should have got by tbo Senate and Houae ts auiuziug The blll requiring the atudy of tbe effeota of uatootlca aud alcobol on the buman body waa vigoroualy dlacuaaed ln the Houso Moiday eveuing, aud kllled on a tle voto ( f 06. Caahme.ro Glovcs, 2Cc a pair.