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TIE BURLINGTON FMSE VMiaS, TIIURSDAT, NOVEMBER 3, 1.8H.
2 LEGISLAT01M PROPOSED, V1ANY DILLS INTRODUCED IN THE LEGISLATURE. Mutlonnl C.unrd Bills Introduced by Dr. Webb-A New I.caio of Life l'or Normal ScliooU-A ' lltuj Day In Until llrmichm. Strong, steady nerves Arc needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely, Pure, rich, nourishing Blood feeds the ncrve3 And makes them strong. elty, In addition to section 4IW. V. S., rc latlnp to disposal of liquors seised. (Liquor containing more than 2 per cent alcohol shill bo turned over by the court to tho .county commissioners, who shall havo tho same redistilled and shall sen tno snmo to fomc responsible distiller, tho proceeds to bo turned over to the county treasurer, except 5 per tent commission lo be retain . i .... . . . i i .. . . . . . i . .. i . . .. ii I'll vy uiv t uiuiiHPMum'ri n un nun., tji.u u Upon the blOOCl. homl of J10W); joint committee on tern- I pcrnncc. It. 277. by Mr. Shntttick of Kdcn, legal ising grand lists or Eden for IX'7 niul JSiVJ; ... .... .... ii-. ll'lllllllll I'll M"1H1 Hl II. 27$, by Mr. Umcry of Chelsea, amend ing sections 3077 and 5332, V, S.. relating In thi, ntllm.1.1 r.nnm.ltl,iti. I fl.v.riiri- The great nerve tonic IS shall appoint before November 21, 13. ... fhrco railroad commissioners, one or Hood S Sarsapanlla, viinm thechilrmnn, shall serve six yeni , , also ono member to servo four yours n uecause it maKcs Monlpollor, Vt Oct. .U-THo legislature Is back for work nnd alter a busy af ternoon has before It to-morrow ono of tho buslcfct days of the session. It Is tho I 1 st day for Introducing bills but thesoj must glvo wuy In tno afternoon to tno btlln Incorporating tho Itutltind Railroad nnil tho Champlnln Construction com- Tho prediction thnt tho Legislature j Cures nerVOUSnCSS, wniiiu como nam loaucu win; uius not well founded as shown by tho number wHn.li appeared to-day and tho busy met. to-tilelil preparing nnother pocketful for ti.'i. .rrow. Tho Hon. F. D. Male of I.un elilii.i'Kh, olmirmnn of the Judiciary com mittee, holds tho record for the day ho Introducing four hills In ono bunch. To glvo tlio public a proper Idea of the Im- runaiii suiijci'i luucm-u u. m..- i.v.. .,.,.. .i-i.i, . tit...... t-..ii... r-'igg sfd It would he easier to ment.on amending charter or hlto Blver A i If lH mljects not affected, but It must be rt,m',n" ,JUTi,,.,. , . ...i ...... t... ..,.. ,.. , H. 167. by Mr, Webb or Shclburne of the UUs Introduces! to-day merit care- vi'les for tho discharge of members of the lives by plurality vote: committee on dec i l,i, iha liKi'miil'iim With 11151 ulll uauiT), ., v. ......... v nuns. nil iviiniucmuni u, .... ................ ,..i-. , II ...I I... t ,..l.. - r... ... - .. ..... . . cim .ii . i ,i i cum j The blood rich and Pure, giving it power To feed the nerves. Mood's Sarsaparilla Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Catarrh, scrofula, And all forms of Imuure blood. rs. nd one to ser.'e two years. Each place I:' to bo Illicit by the governor as It becomes wcant. Chairman shall retelve J12i"' sal ary and the other mitnbira nnd clerk licit): committee on rnllroads. H. OT, by Mr. Morse of Norlhflcld, leg alizing npprulsal nnd lists of Nortiilicl.l; committee on grand l.st. II. 2S0. by same, relating to quadrennial appraisal of real estate. (If aggrieved owner Is not a resident of town he may petition the County Court, which shall appoint throe commissioners to determine value of property appraised. Final decis ion shall be with the court); Judiciary committee. H. 3SI, by Mr. Miles or llarre town. umendliiR statutes rclutlnt to duties or llrtirs, town clerks nnd secretary of stnto rcKiirJIinr Inventories. (Makes rllcht "Ichanites in duties prescribed); oomniltteo f "on cm nd list. committee. . II. in-' by Mr. Campbell of Albany, nro- (Pro- vldliiK for election of town ropresentn- And other Diseases that show that there exists Blood and Nerve Troubles, can ba CURED BY SMITH'S 4.1. V UllilUVI ,.... .'J ..i' ... . .... rm .. . i.ni. i.,.,.,.illnr.i on military affair. tii-n rrov nll -:s- ,,am'' '",'""' wtlon 72 to pay ilnn-ey C. I.lbbey tho sum named; ZL r,lJ, , ThJni i I n i, . befuro i- 4-30 and repeallnK act No. 5 of special committee on claims. that body. " session of lsjo, relalltiK .ionic marked depirlures from t ti es- 1'i'iiiil of Vcrrn'mt. (( Green Mountain A DbLUGB OF BILLS. (Continued from Sth ilago.) ...THE BLUE STORE THE BLUE STORE J RENOVATOR. Success to the National 11. sji by Mr Clark of St. Albans town. m.ui ..I t.illttli. in ..r.... .-..It..- ... ..... ...... n- c .11....... inc marKtM uepiriiues umii i n v.-- - ., . . .. ',,,,. i. . ,. , . .. , . ' tlllMshi'd cU3t'mM of ermollt are sltCi'St- nau cuiii.i..l hi iv .-ipiuiirtiur ... m. ....... uM'lui'l'iiuii1 huiun uuimm nir uihiuihi a. I'd by tho bills Introduced. One of them of 51 olllccrs nnd men each, but In permanent highway In that town along i n h ruiitniir to the imniMutniHUt oi " r--. ''"' v................. ......... ....... .m h.-,.Miiivn..iiri(. tt l nrmiK..l to l.avo scribes n different number tno go , ,.,.i-.. ..f iim .-..v. crr.or may nuke modltlcatlons i rnoi' durltiR the whole of a bt- "are. Members of the Rttard shall bo ir.nl.il term and to pay him subject to snmo phyleal examination an 1 "i.i...,i,.i uni,.... r rm 'rl.u with the wear the same unlfotm as the members fecn-tnrv of civil and inllltar- affnlis "t ho Fnlted States ret;ular urmy. i.t ..I... ih.. L-,i.vninr iw.i ntllelnls nt force stiHll constitute u oriyaue, to hlnhways, brldses and ferries. II. 2S by same, to permit the town of j St. Alhatu to bond; Judiciary committee. II. by Mr. Torrlll of Morrlstown thy request), umend.nK section Jl S., re latlnc to duties of director of I'scp-rlm. nt Station, (lie shall publish bulletins and armed, drilled, and Its olllcers elected nnd mall two copies to rich po-totlleo In State. Tho i,. i... ...Ili.l.ilu lit I II.'.' PlIMIl .'Ull .1 .... ....I........ " hi? s. rilro during tho whole lilcnnlnl term. It lr also proposed to nive the governor power to emiilov an attorney In behalf of tin Stale on such mullet us he may deem idvlsable. Hut the Introduction of hills was not all .the important work accomplished. Tliu II use kllkxl the bill which was to abolish t olluo of road t -.mmlstilouer and put th' can of tho road back Into t li 'are or the M'lectnmn. Mr. Huttortkld of Derby Hi'' 'I'd to amend It mnklnR it optional ...III. ti...i.u utinthB). Ilinv ..niltll Tll'lkf. this c liiiiKH but the House would not so amel.d Kttard who Have ser"d In the Spanish wnr mlttee on court and State expen-es. nnd rerusid the bill a third readltiK. The nhnll be endlted with t ine so sinmt In1 I. by Mr. C.llmoro or Morcnn. Ii commlHsloned acvordlnir to the State con stitution and rules that the commander-in-chief may prescribe. The National , Ouard shall be subject lo any piovNlons llmt may be prescribed by Consrcss. ' When ordered out, commissioned ottlcers , shall receive same pay us those of tho I'nlled States army. Non-commissioned He shall publish in. annual report for free ii.stritiutlou; pr.ntlui- expens-s not to ex lie J KiVl; committee on aurleulture. 11. 2m7. by Mr. H!ckeim:in of l'Ittfor.l, authorlzltiK' l'lttsford to lsue IhuuI for lundlti Its Indebtedness; Jud.clxry com mittee. II. by Mr. Ueynolds of Swanton. olllcers and lirst sergeants shall receive $2 aniendlnt; section 417- V. S., relatlnc lo per day: setxiants. $I.W; corporals, ll.I tniislcluns nnd privates. $l.(, with trans- portalion and rations. MemU-rs of tho tnsunince inmpanles. (l.educcs per cent of tees KOitiK to state treasurer and score. tary of state to per cent.) Joint com- lecal-l To loso flesh Is serious. It allows that tho vlt.il orRnns of tho body arc not nctinf ns they should. It is a proof that some serious trouble exists. Xe.trly every Instance where a ilocrc.iso in wolcht is ex perienced there arc other disagreeable symptoms. Sleeplessness, a proncnoss to headaches, loss of appetite, lassitude, a Ronoral feeling of doblllty and many other illstreftsinn feelings show something is wrong. If you aro losing flesh you may rest assured that thocauso Is probably duo to Impure blood or a derangement of your nerves. Mnlco your blood pttro. strengthen your nervous system nnd you will And that nil of the great vital organs of tho body soon become well. There is nothing that will act so beneficially as a general tonic, besides purifying tho blood and strengthening tho nerves, as will Smith's Green ilonntaln Itenovator. " My mother Is sick in bed with consumption. "Wo aro giving her Smith's Green Mountain Itenovator. It is building her up and strengthening her stomach. Sho llrst took this great remedy nearly forty years ago when sho was very sick and was not expected lo llvo, being unable at that time to eat or drink. It cured hor at that time, and wo havo great hopes that it will help her now. Mrs. John Aiiciif.ii, Colcbtook, N. n." Smith's (iveen Mountain Renovator acts quickly and effectually and it is always harmless, as it is composed entirely of vegetable ingrctllouts. Smith's Oreen Mountain Itenovator is sold under a guarantee, the purchaser's money will bo refunded if it is not found to accom plish what is claimed for it. House bill rcqulilm; wldo rims and the bill frivlnc the railroad commission Jurls llctli n over the electric roads was also, irdcred to n. third reading to-morrow. An other inter '.stlnR feature of the day was tin report of the Joint eonimlttoo of Msn tt ti 1 1 fc.mi'! of their visit to the State llsh hatchery. They sixiak In very compll-, military terms of the economical nnd elll IsMianrv of medali for honorable service. Iilns; appn. al and list or Morgan ror KM, j Quartermaster general authorized to and committee on Brand list. nltv Insurincc company; elves coniml"- the Ilrattleboro Phoenix a check of f 100 procure and furnish each member of the It. :".. by Mr. ltutler of Jamaica, to pay r-loncr.iU powers now coufeinil by law on for a Dewey memorial, but that paper, First reulment with a medal, total ex- . ... Williams the sum named; commit- tho setieUiry of state and Stato treasurer with n letf on ench side of the fenrv, dis pense not to exceod ftW): committee on tie on claims. connection with Insurance Interests; ciwses what the memorial ouffht to be miiuiiry nirnirs. n. .nr. ltauney oi .Newivort, in prescribes method or ndmlnlsterlnir affairs H. .'.V.i, by Mr. Dunton or roultney, to proMde ror control and si:) ort of Stale 0f the olllee. reiiial see'.. on 1 No. 1ft. acts of lSt'.. en- Normal schools. (Governor shall aoooli'.t u.. o i..,iiir.i.iTii.r- ranniv titled an net for the protection of tlsh hoard of commissioners toconslst of three courts to render ludcmcnts nnd chnncei- not more than five yenrs to run, to an amount not exceeding SO per cent of pres. ent worth of pti l1 up value or same.) Ity Senator Walker of Aildlron, 8. M, lo pny W, II, Cobb tho sum named; claims, Ity Senator Steele of Windsor, (by re quest) S. R), provldhiK for payment of ex. pensoa of sick soldiers or the Mm cr mont Infnntry In tho war with Spain; committee on military affairs. (Takes caro or expenses of sick soldiers who worn with their rcRlmcnt when It was ordered on rurloURh Sept. 6, ISO', and marked to secure medical attendanco subsequent to that time, and up to muster out.) Ily Senator I'eckett or Orantto (by rc ouestl. S. M. to tiov Frank Konlleld and others; claims. (Involves V p.ilil out to 4 mnlntiilu exhibit of Maple yugnr nssocla- tion at N'ushvlllo exposition.) T lly Senator I'utnam of Washington, S. J f'l, rolutlni; to payment of Stato aid to y residents of Vermont enlisted In tho reKU- 4 lar army, tho navy or the marine, corpi X duilni; tho Spanish war, military iirtalr.i. tlncludes tho navy In tho provision of the not of May C, ISM.) Hy Senator Thomson, S. 92, to obtnln tho opinion of tho voters of this Stntn upon tho question of the repeal of thu laws prohibiting the salo or Intotlcatln-,' liquors unit tho enactment of laws pro viding for local option and IiIkIi llcenio' Joint eommltteo on temperance. (Provides for u votu on this subject, not to havo the legal fnrco and urfeet of a rep.uil, but simply for the Information of the (leneral Assembly.) Hy Senator Younc or Orleans, S. S3, relating to punishment Tor contempt; Ju diciary, (Provides ror Imprisonment In llouso or Correction or county Jail.) j Ity same, 8. HI, to prevent accidents on railways, cammltteo on rnllroads. (Im poses ii lino or not mora than five dollars for walking on tho triv k, oxcept in easo of pci'sourt employed by tho road.) ; Hy sninu (by request), S. S3, crcntlni? a department of llro Insurance; Judiciary. (The commissioner Is to be appointed by the Kovornor with advice and consult of Senate, hold olllco two years may employ u deputy, and SO por cent of r;cs tecelved shall cover salary of commissioner nr.d deputy. 1 Ily Senator Smith, S. , nmendlni? No. 2H of laws of 1S51 Incorporating tho Mount Mansfield Imiirovenietit coinpnny; eom mltteo on railroads, Ily Senator Ilatchelder of HcniiltiKton, S. 97, relatlnp: to iniinmonliKr of (jrund and petit Jurors; Judiciary. (Chnmces thu hour of their appcaranco In court from 9 a. in, to 2 p. m.) Hy Senator Piatt of ItutUind, S. ("i, nnicndtnc section 1W!7. V. S by enlarKlnif powers of by Informatl crimes im rr.cnt for Ufa rrom sven to twenty y Hy Senator Watson, S. 93, nuthorUliiK towns to approprlnto money ror the pay ment of tho eharKcs of Insurance compa nies as sureties du bonds of town ofllcluls; Judiciary. Hy Senator Httt, S. 3 CO, relatliifr to tho taxation of savlm;s bank's, saving Insti tutions nnd trust companies; finance. Boys' Outfittings As comprehensive as is the title of this advertise- J mcnt is the stock of boys' necessities and luxuries in wearables to be found in our boys' and children's de- partmcnt. Wn try to make it a comfort and pleas- 4 ure as well as an economy for mothers or guardians T of boys to buy their outfittings in our store. There- fore, we keep everything in boys' wear together in t one department, so that without much exertion our customers can find everything they need, and of such a high quality and low price as will make a perma- nent patron of every new customer entering our doors. 4 Whether it is a pair of short trousers at 50c or a I youth's dress suit that you desire, you will find them both of the best quality for the price named to be found in this city, 65 CHURCH STREET. H. C. HUMPHREY, t dent management of the institution. Dec- In Luke St. Catherine; Joint committee on members, to servo ouitncnd Hint tho fonccs nnd buildings I'e thtee, two s.nd one Ju- repnintud, the Incronslmr or nursery ponds to allow a Kreater distribution of tinker ling trout which they believe lo be tho de simile method for the State and an ap propriation or ror the Institution Tho report wnH orderid to llo und be printed l.ri I., imikr. lliml 1..rr.s 111 viic.ltlnn! same nnd flshorles. Jear cacn. llioy shall receive Jl a day .iicinrv. II. :, by Mr. liuntnu or Poultney. to nnd ixpenses. In conjunct Ion with Slate y Senator Hlodcett or CaledoiilJ, 8. 7S. provide ror Instruction In Normal schools superintendent of education, they shall cs- aniiexln? th town of Conconl lo Calo 'on the efteets of alcohol and narcotics tabllsh courses or study, tlx conditions for donla county; peneial committco. upon tho human system; committee on admission and graduation and Issue certl- ny Siiiat.ir' Piatt or Rutlnnd. S. 7?. re education. Menus Tor teaching to such as shall Rr.nl- pen'lini: action 2 or 111 or acts or 1. t"- 1 II. 261. by Mr. Pontile or Milton, relating lute. They shall tecelve and dlsbur.-o nil ;,Unc to the salo and use or llreworks; to towns navinp no central scnooi. tLpou me aiaie ami owier money or tne format general committee. In railroad matters a bill reducing tho application to school director pupils may schools, nnd shall conduct the schools sen- ny senator Hltt (by request) S. so, to pay or tho clerk of tlio raliroiui commis nlon to l and expenses per dny was In troduced. Soon nfter thl came a bill pro posing to djlic the swveri'ur power to np peirl a ehiilrnniii of tho board of railroad comnilfioiiets for six years at an annual salary of JU''0 and oxpenes. The two other members of tho board aro lo be ap pointed for four and two years respective ly and they nnd the clerk are to reeelvo in annual salary of 10) each und ex- 11"' s. Mduia'lon was another subject quite fenernlly Heated In to-day's proposed letr rlntlop. Among somo of the more Impor iiip bills was cue requiring tho Stato su jorloten.b'nt of education to tlx a couro of study to hi, pursued tu nil ungraded tc hints of the State. The passage In cen-.urri-ncii by the House of the bill contin uing the three State Normal schools for a term ot M years was followed Iminedlata ly by tho introdnoilon of n bill for tho con trol and suppcrt of theso schools. The only mnrkn.l changes In the bill from tho ild oni !s that It makes tho npproprla- a homo In Mnntpeller, a sword, or a vote by each donor ns to what shall bo the (Fixes a into of ono-halt of ono per cent.) form of the memorial, are suggested. This Ily Senator Hltt, S. 101, to pay Hurt O. would give a Hodge pndgn which would 'Wuto the sum named, claims, (l'or ex kill any enterprise. Norwich University Is penses Incurred whllo ill with fever after t; e institution which gnvo Admiral Dewey return rrom CHIckamatign ) Hii training which led to his subsequent Ily Senator Smith, S. 102, relating to ac snecpso. Now that Institution Is In need tion for libel; Judiciary. (Defendant may of a drill hall In which to train young glvo In notice that ho 1ms published re inen, nnd this paper asks Mr. Wright If traction, as cvldenco In mitigation of ho will not designate thnt His check head damages, or that ho has offered to publish a popular subscription for a Dewey me- retraction; and that alleged libel was morlal drill hall. This will give a definite published In good faith and without mnl rnrm to the enterprise and give Vermont- Ice. I'nless plaintiff ptovo actual malleo ers a chance to show whether they aro or lack or good fnlth, or failure to publish willing to honor a man who by the per- retraction, or offer lo retract, Hu shall rc rnrmancc of duty hns honored his State, covur only compensation for actual Injury Tlio temper of this Legislature towards sustained. In no action for libel shall women with mascJlltio aspirations was exemplary or punitive damages he ul- sbown to-day tu tho Siniite by that body s lowed.) killing the bill placing women on various penal boards of the Slato by u yea nnd nay vote of II to 10. A TALK ON FISH CULTURE. lie pas-age of a high , legalizing nppraKil grand list 1 I'lui, Couiinlnloner Tltcomb Kxplnliis th eJ to Joint committee Motor). ; commit tin n grand list. iimmrtmmii II. 112. lcg-allilng appraisal und list of M ork ..f 111. liepi.rtnieni. By Senator Watson (by requests S. 103. to pay J. (5. Harold the sum named; claims. (Hxpcnses ns r.tato's attorney.) I Hy Sonator Slayton (by request), S. 104, I In amendment of section SLOT or tho V. S.; I Judiciary committee. (Changes tho com- (From Our Staff Correspondent.) i:m. v. s. (Thl .vet Ion ilea! with fail ure of les'i't to yield possession when leHse expire); Judiciary committee. H 20.', I y Mr. Kemp of Muntpeller, In addition t'i chap. 217, V. S., relating to cruelty to animals. (Court may remit por tion o( lino when animal Is surrendered for destruction. Fines collected shall bo paid to Vermont Humane society); Judi ciary committee. II. 2, by Mr. Swnsey of Harro city, in- coni- rectlon from thrco days to two ror overy dollar or line.) Hy Senator S.iyles or Chittenden (by re quest) S, luTi, relating to tho protection of certain birds; general committee. (Im ' Montpeller, Oct. 31, An interesting and pnctlcnt talk was delivered to-night hy Fish Commissioner Tilcomb of St. .lolum bury, on tlsh culture nnd kindred subjects ' After a short Introduction he gave thu ; early history of game and tlsh In Vcr- ........ C....I..1 lll' n...u' n.f.U . U .1... .M.uniUK sejiinuo iiiiiik in i.ic. a ...rll.wt Ire.-illsn nil tlie iintllriil h!!nrv nf nnd llshnrlnu eolnlnltlee. (Itnnosns n (Inn tno defendants aro Indicted Jointly; , , . ,.,,, ., ... a.,.. Thu ,vrlier for wilfullv deceiving the eomnilssl.inHrs lug lr. prohibited by sec. HU. V. S ) Hy Senator (Irilllth, S. IM, to protect tho Stato In tho distribution of ilsh; gnmo hill which liroiiosos to repeal tho law nl lowing exemption of prrsonal proierty fp m taxation to tho amount of debts a man owes. In the Senate another bill establishing the ohi"ii of Insurance commissioner was Introduced. The whole m.mber of bills In troduced tn-dnv wis 14 In tho Senntn nnd t.2 In the House. Their tltlo nnd purport ,lf County is given ne ow ice, IIOPSE-A FTHItNOON. Devotional exerniscs were conducted by Itcv. A. N. 1owis of Montpeller. HILLS INTRODUCED. be sent to town" Having such school); erally. Appropriation of Is made per i.mmnn. iim run. nf cemeieries and bur committee on education. year to oaoh of tho three schools. Sohools ja Krounds; committee on manufacturer. JL 262, by Mr. Sheridan of HlKhpitc, shall bo open to residents of tho State lti ty svnat.r Slayton. S. SI, to pay Dr. C. amending section V. S.. lelullug to yeais of nse and over, who agree to coin- j-. chandler for" atttud.ineo on Mlldn'd shooting on inclosed inmls. (Allows shoot- ulete the course and teach In the State itrewster; committee on clnlms. Ing game on nmrh l,.ud adjoining Iike tor two y.ars. Tuition to such shall be ' ' . .., iivi-i-at-r Chnmplnin): Joint committee on game and ftee. Tho sum or fa l epproprlated tn THlllP iu.adi.Mi ltt.i-i Shu. flsherles. be used In making additions to the school S. lis providing fo. npioIntment or a H. 2ill. by Mr. Kemp of Montpeller, to equipments. Repeals existing law on this woman ai supervisor of Insane and trus legalize quadrennial appraisal of real es- subject); committee on education. lie jf Industrial school. (Ayes M, nnys II). tate (or iVH and grand list or city or Mr. Unnney or Newport offered a pet!-; HOL'l" HI! IS IirFIlUIirD iiuiiipi iiri n.r in.- .tin inu, ivj, aim ii.mi ii. iii mi' .iin.'ii. .-Minim ..eiiiwti a-! ls:, committee on grand ilt. soclntlon against th II. SGI. by Mr. IC'mp of .Montpeller. pro- l!cene bill. rteferreJ blblflni? courts frnm lstiiiiir el.is.. lull en trnioerance. executions In actions founded on section 1 Joint rco'titlon. by Mr. Allen of Hyde Newport, for ltfa; eommltteo on grand. Park, that the House and Senate commit- list. tees on S. :.l and H. 212 be Instructed to H. 2.1, legalizing Orand Islo's appraisal vNIt the site of tho proposed change In and list for K'S, committee on grand list, town lines. AdoptiM on the part of tho II. H, doing the same for Somerset; com House. mlttte on grand list Mr. Jackson of Wntervlllo presented a H. mpiallng an net granting a ferry;, pet;tlon from cltlretis of that town, pro- committee on hlghnF, testing ngnlnst the passage of n license bill: committee on temperance. i were HILLS KILLED (Juillcl.tr commttiee. i told of the plentcousness of salmon, trout In regard to use to be made ot rry or tin , ii jiv amend ng chnrtfr of Newport vll- , 'u,h ., ,,. ' ,, u, .nu,rti...i..i i... iv,, If HI II. I.,,. .1 ... .-.t l,,.ll.. 1 . -'. e-" B I." - ...v...., ... ... .......a. ...V- .....V ..V'......H V ...... 1.1.'. . Will III . U I ( ...II ..W... and Suprvmo Courts: H. 12. to amend II. H, amending charter of Hutland chapter l.H and chaiuer 1S V. S.. relating tlullroad company (autherUes them to buy to amend stock or propi rty of any other road In this S.. relating to State; committee on railroads. II. Ill, relating to consolidation of Hen- nlngtnn Klee'.tlc Hallway company with Hi,.. sli k lt.iilread comnanv: rallioidf. H. II. 123. ror the protection or travel upon j, aulhorUlng Fair Haven svlu.ol ills- trlct to fund Us Indebteilm-ss; Judiciary. H. 113. amending the charter or Marlon village; coro 'rations. Si nator Harncs of Addison In tho rhalr. Adopted in concnrrenci Joint rcsolut ou asking ror oondsmne.1 cannon, captured at the bnttlo or Manila I ay. to bo placed on State Hicso grounds. Providing for priming of (Sen. McCuliough's address oc cur.. Verm int dill -ers' soe;etv. Taanklng II. 271. by same (bv request), relating to " x' "ko ot conseni. nuilington city for recent entertainment, olllco of executive cletk. (Term shall bo "r'loe" J j amending act In- s-.gmii by tho gowrnor-S. 12. changing of two yoars" dunitlon and sal.uy shall bo corporatlng v.l age or l.nosburgh l al f. form of County Court writs. 7iij; Joint eommltteo on Stato nnd court i Semite nmendtnents concurr.M In II. 5. i.ilSC(1a. i;,, t pnwent desecration of I'.xmnses. " 'i".'"i-"iu.i "I'l'i.".-ii ic.ii American tlag. t. reiaimg 10 wuu CJLOSlNCi- OUT SAJLiE AT YOUR OWN PRICES. 15 Head of Highly Bred Trotters BY SIVH NOTED StP.ES AS n$S GEN. WASHINGTON, out of the Great Lady Thorn, Ifo rrom seven to twenty years.) Wildair, Ben Franklin, Addison Lambert, 2:05 3-4, etc. Harness, Vehicles and traps of all kinds, including a lot of Farni'ip, Tools of latest design. I The above property has been placed In my ha. Is to elos'' ctt .lt d w.U ! sou at. I AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, Saturday, November Sth, at ii o'clock a. in., at the new sale stable of GEO. M. DELANEY, Burlington, Vt. I-or particular ana exienueu pe iigrces, wineii will be distributed at s a, address me before above date at l'err'sourgh, Vt. W2.lt.twit C. A. CHAfM X, on clnlms, 3IGXKD BY THE GO.VRIINOR. cs una s ml Joint resolution authorizing visit to In- pining of Imprisonment In Houso or Cor- dustrlnl school. Adjourned. Si:N'ATE-AFTi:nNOON. The following bills wero Introduced: Ily Senator Thomson. S. Iff7, amending poses a lino for having In possession tho tne dinner oi tno uui ami nircei l.aiiwa body or feathers of any bird vhso kill- company; Judiciary committee tlins n.ivible to the trensurer of this iKnrd who is to furnUH bonds and not to corporatlng Harro Itealty company tlm respectle treasurers of tho schools ns mutoe on cariMjratlons. fnrmi.rlv. It r.lcn l.rnvlili.a filr ll... (tvt...n. H. 257. bv same. Incornorntlnir I'lrst tTnl iiitnpn if fnr tho in-.i.rnv..mrnt in ihn versallst society of Utirre: commlttcu on to road commissioners: II equipment of ench school. eorporotlons. I section 17.H. chapter 1?S V Miotlvr bill which will aroso public In-I 2. i' Mr- Billiard of Oeorgla (by re- Piildlers. torest nd which will not be llke'y to pass quest) lncororatlng "The St. Albanians"; l'nlcr oth-r changes In the taxation laws eommltteo on corporations of the Stato make It Just ! tho Houso -"Hi. ' Mr. Colby of Victory, repeal ing sections 411. -us. 415. l and 17. V. S.. relating to pers-onal property. (Does away with offsets agnlnst personal property for tlnltlu r.....,.i. .......... II. .... .... ........ I ll H. 270. by Mr. Halo of I.unenburg'h. m,floners: ''' ' "lf authority nminrilnir s.nii.ns i'ai .i iw v r... & rowers of railroad commissioners; H. THIHD nnADIN'O OBDr.rtr.D. the public highway: H. 111. lo amend sec tion I. net 75, laws of K!, relating to width of wheel rims- II. l'2. to amend sec tion S.W". V. S., relating to cemetery com- PETITIONS. By Senator Watson, from St. Albans Dlsttlct Mlnhtcrlnl Association, against llceti'e law; from White Hlver Junction Savings bank In relation to tux on de posits. BEPCUT. Troni Joint committee on gnmo and llsh- erlcs, regarding management, work and latlng peal must to appeals In criminal cases. (Ajw rvlrvtl to constructam of railroad ust bo Hied on or before tlrst d: y terminals: S. N relating to ,,y due de. nty Court term); Judiciary commit- , csed soldiers of the war w I h the klm:- '(Inin ir Spain; II. 107. nmendlng sections ' rlvor and tributaries to spawn. Thomp son's Vermont, 1M2, speaks or these varie ties or fish as extinct, which wni caused by the erection or dams across the stream. ' In speaking of the caues of tho depletion ot IHh nnd KKtno In Veimont, the speaker said It was I'lrst due to tho general physl 1 cnl changes caused by the clearing or tho forots and the drying up of the small cold water strenms feeding tho great ttout brooks. Ttout need cold water of even temperature, which was supplied by theso needs of tho Stnto hatchery, Minui streams, Tno erection of rnctor'.es and the pollution of large streams also caused tho extermination of llsh, the erec tion of dams stopping their running up these streams to spawn; disregard of the natural habits of tho fish also led to thu Ii structlon of them, tlio speaker citing tlie wholesale, destruction of trout on their beds as an example. As u remedy for preventing the destruction of game, i protective Inws, well enrorced, wero given ( lly Senator I.yndo cr Orange, 8. 10, amending sec. 1C, V. S.. relating to print ing or ballots, committee on elections. By Senator Putnam, S. HK'tolnco: pirate tho Montpeller nnd Northern Traction company; committee on railroads. Ily Seimtor Watson, S. 110. amending tho charter or tho Hartford Street Hallway company; committee on railroads. Hy Senator Steele of Windsor, S. 111. ami tilling tho law relating to duties and salary of Inspector of finance: eonimltue on llnnnco. (Provides ror ircqucnt visus to savings Institutions und makes salary ary. (Carries collateral Inheti ar step fnrther and Inclodis lum slters and grindchlldii n.) Hy Senator Young, S. 13!, amtinnnq slightly tho laws of im; allowing a w m nu to convey her real estate l y h r se, .ir ate deed; Judiciary. Ily same. U2. relating to t'-.c V rm-nC Valley Hallway eompnny of P7' ill ronds. ((Iranis stockiio dcr r ' in.j vote for each share In ai.y ann .w1 tu lugs of said corporations.) Joint resoulutlon By Sfnator Pi r rile of Hutland. providing for uppolnUrt ' governor of agent or agents- to i r n the clnini of Vermont ngnlnst tu "r l States for opmses Incurred In iqa., i I g and furnishing troops, for th war v i Spain; reftrred to committee on Adjourned. LEC.ISL.ATIVE NOTES. i ... n $2w0. with not to exceed 00 for clerk hire) riesentlng the claims of E. clal and represen':ng the Whlti Commercial Men's iissoclntlon A. Towne, president of tl.. C' Men's Eastern Aecbletit as-. ADOPTED IN CONCt'BHENCE. Joint resolution authorizing eommltteo bo given I to visit acono of controversy over boundary between Morrlstown and Hydo Park. PASSED. S. 31, legalizing certain quadrennial ap praisals made In ISt'S. THIHD IIHADINO OHDEUED. By Senator Cudworlh of Wlndham( ty request). S. 112. amending sees. s and ti, V, S., relating to tiling ccrtlllcates or notn-, mutton; committee on elections. (Must bo llled not moio than M nor less than M days bcrore election. Notlco or withdrawals to' days berore election.) it . men In regard to an liiterehaug' ime book. The claim by the advoc.iti i granting the tlcht of seine tlsh n ntitliern end of Lake Cliampl.iln. t i pound nets are Used there In vtola'lc the law, was very effecto'illy il . ; Itv Unii:ilnr Sou n .if Franklin. S. 13. " a sieaill yiiiiu line "u n inis relating lo court reports; Judiciary com- other dny. Th s yacht was c. af mlttee. (Provides otllce room for court re- somethlnc and stopped. Inv.-lgi porters who restdo In towns whero court , showed that a pound net had ! iv js ned tnugleil In the wheel an! a pen. Hy Senator Btodgett. S. 111. amending: net Is now In poess!oti of Comma--section I4. V. S.. und repealing sections , Tltcomb. Those who heard M ' iiu l iti n.,.l UTS V r-fimm Hi-., nil leiuiicr- leei in e .iiunnay i- i-nui nun .i. i- HIllMI .1 liim IIH' IlI'Mlllll I ...1 111 m ruT i' in, r i r, . Off r j if l tt-o v it .i r ni'i art ' a 11. WD. by Mr. Waterman of Chester, re-' M. SO. by same, relating to Inquests , e'""w '1 , m'end "W'l of ,,epM,W V,,,B ,liJ!,, i Z '"'"cuittes of et.forcltig laws b- volun. graded nihool. lly Senator Barnes of Addison. S. 115. In-' t hey cm. Id he -ised .1 ins narrow ona. w. laHnir to dlschnrce of mortiriiiri.s Per. (si-ii'lmon shall notify state's attorney senate '''' rererriit-ti. -t. to amend dmln!strator or executors appointed In . ,. Tltromi, k,i,i. , eonwratlng the Farmers' Trust company "I" bo apt to be heard ftotn Wfor 'in H.ns neglecting ? Mt.wSww.r - ",..,. and conduct the exam?-. ' . .relating to n.hcr stito 8. W. erroneous assess- ,VnhVlffi,mmJm laws as liberal as! I10U31' 15II'L3 nKPRnBD. . fw; comm,,ee on banks b.U ah ng seine . '"g 's kiyc- liens when conditions are peiformd to bo receiving bis usual per diem and n ...5,1 or dentUtrv J?e"1 cf wn-";w?1 '""H" '" Ja,$ possible. Tho object or our laws should H. 34. fenders and guards ror street rail- Ily Senator Beckett of Orange. S. 11(1. to V',rl' ;fS' ' ' .7 liable to line.) Judiciary committee. travel). Joint committee on Stale und . S" he Jo it ornii- tee n 1!st to V""? t ti i ;,, ' , bo to 'vent people from lishlng but wa5s; eommltteo :n railroad. prevent the pollution of I.akes Morey and cominl eo on t e M. rsh and B e -- H. 21'. by same. Incorporating Chester court expenses. Tho n i orl . o. the Joint 10 aim. tee on plv, c v board of four v sltors and ap- , w , , mnUnt ot II. 100. authorizing town of West But- Kalrlee; gamo and llsheries, Jlnns f r.-N. !' "ictt ' " 1 Bavlngs Uank and Trust company; torn- - by pnuie, nxlug tho pay of tho P'"' S'hUuehmxii ',ro',rla ln,; "' for Norwich , A Illustration of the land to use highway money for sidewalks; By Senator Smith. S. 117. iintonilliiR ft t ',rc1 .2!, .... mtttco on banks. , clerk of tho board of railroad commission- i??rIfUA'l 1, ' riL university. pnilltnUenws of artificial proportion of eommltteo on highways. relating to duties of truant otllcer: eduea- ,.T.ho, m'nf. nVnn't-tn i! II. 242, by Mr. Hanney of Newport, pro- t $1 per day; Joint committee on State " " J f'r- ( (r ' " l'uwl in ?oncurrence-H. 1.. ante n. II nn ll0 xM. A roma0 ,'rmt Ve,KI1(r H. 13.'. to pay J. H. Klnlry: committee tion, (Otllcer may arrest habitual truants v the So J ers I Ion ic . " Dfn t n a vldlng for tho support by the' State of nl coiirt expenses 'XiiATct T uIi il lhf MW. rf,U ",K !? ! f? ' 1"""" contains ono thousand eggs. . ami children between eight and years Fr ta of this week. l.aUn this i.t at poor persons committed to Jnll on civil , 2". hy Mr. Johnson, amending char-, -r movLied ,,oIor,nf J,ll,V?bn i " or,,nn bini t ,. weighing two ,K.unds, two thousand old may ho sent to Industrial school for , 10. 3 a m process (Takes duty of enrlnc for them ttT oC L.yndon Centro; cumin ttii- on cor-," , .V, ,'.i , ., .. sam do bulbils). H. .2. prohibiting the h, h , , j ,. Ho then truancy.) I robabl t ic most anxious ninp in rrom oi'erscers a d leavts I wUh JullorJp I'oratlons. , third time and passcjl.-II. 31. re- ,akln5 of ,miridg, for putpeses of sale. ' p , " 0 05f' 'ho uVnTmothod of Wa IXWTl TlT? AT7PTT By Senator Steams of Orange. S. 11S, House yesterday was Mr. Do'.ds ct N irth. , , Z Z "'.MiMiJas VAtszr& zj?sm ju rwx v;::. JsrLn m56mM nEALflL S5sics: 5 W?s tbtv corpora II. 211, by Mr, Eastman or Iliirtlaud, umcnillng section 4IG9. (Includes among "Intoxlcnt.ng liquors" beverages contain ing more than two per cent or alcohol); Joint committee on temperance. H. 243, by Mr. Cook of .Manchester, leg alizing appraisal and lists or Manchester; eommltteo on grand list. H. IMC, by Mr, Richardson of St, Albans city, Incorporating tho Franklin County Savings Bank anil Trust company ot St, Albans; commlttou on banks, 11. 217, by Mr. Downer of Sharon, appro, printing $."500 for support of the Stato llsh liatchuiy; Joint eommltteo on snmu and llshcrlos. II. 248, by Mr. George of Bocklngham. amending charter of Bellows Falls and II. ;'7ii, by Mr. Itlchardson of St. Albans HEART DISEASE. normal schools at Kandolph, Johnson nnd Castleton. Ordered to lie H, 1S3, relating to support of paupers. .Mr. Tfrrlll or .Morrisvillo presented a Ailjourne 1. I.EOISI.ATIVi: NOTES. Tho average age of the senate, gover hatch, whllo from eg-js artificially fertil ized from PO to 95 per cent aro successfully Jiatched. I.!...- r I. , . ,.l,n,l. fnw. . .1 o..... ,.rtU..j lu Iv ...... .1 V I.1H-.VI.1I K ll II I- UVBl lliuiiiu.in IUI nor nnd other State ofllccrs Is Is e.irs. ,,,:. r.,n,i,, ,,, ,r, sniv and the average age of tho menr.ierR of A;'. ..7". ... V... V .'T.' lie gave a short history of tho work of tho llsh nnd gamo. commission In Vermont SOME PACTS REGARDING THE HAP. ''f..!.'!xK" jhe Houso ?',kl '.11 Pi5 I1""1"' ""'"'"'" ' ' IS proiKllliy 1'ie IU1 mm- hi ."- ni'ii "l ..... .,, f sni.i.. mlslnlCKU inmln ilurllll? ID INCREASE OF HEART TROUBLES. ! '""tion of Mr. Caldwell or Topsham . to Legislature that the colneldenc. oc- idstor ",uid giving Do Not Io Alarmed, Hut I.ouk furtlit'l SENATE AFTEHNOON. (.'mine. ham From Happy Women, "I Own You My I.lfo." curs. The county , ..ill linld n mcotlnc nt the Pavilion Devotional eXercUos ciitiduclc.1 bv the Heart troubles, nt least among Atuerl- chalaln and journal ot Friday read and , ' Vhe' trleuds ot Mrs. V. E. Hlglxo or cans, nro certainly Inereasltig and whllo unproved. I i..; ...ho l.avo heard of her full nt the this may bo largely , no to ' the t excite- . ,NT,om'Ci:n. C.olden Piece.- the other evening, Will bo life, It Ih moro often tho rebiilt of weak Hy Sonator Slayton of Washington, S, commissioners of temper- !!)' h" ".k .tt glad to hear that her Injuries resulted a few bruises only. in Haximi'H Jliver street railway company; i Ileal, organic heart dlsoaso is incurable; named; cotiuniltce- on claims. (For care committee on railroads, but not one case In a hundred of heart of Mildred Brewster while awaiting trial). ll. 2KI, ty Mr. I.tice of Stowe. relating ' trouble Is organic. Ily Senator Putt or ltutland, S. mi to subject of poll tax. (Exemuts veterans of Spmlsh war); eommltteo on grand list. H. 250, by sunn), repealing Motions 4'X.H mid 4027, V, B., minting to posting or pub lic waters. (Theso suctions relate to fish ing, trapping ami hunting); Joint commit tee on game and ilshtrles. II. 2M, by Mr. Harris of Bennington, re lating to assessment llfo Insuranco com panles. (Assessment policies must bear Donsplcuously, printed In red Ink, tho ivords "Issuod upon tho asiessment plan.") Judiciary committee. H. 252, by Mr. Chnpln of ICssex, amend ing section C07, V. S., relating to public in Btructlon. (MakeB It obligatory on Stato Huperlntondant to propare the course of Btudy for ungraded achoolt); committee on education. II. 253. by same, amending section" 70J, V, S, (Changes beginning of school year from April 1 to July 1); eommltteo on edu cation. H, 254, by Mr. Wallace of Hartford, amending sections 705 and 76D, V. s. (Same as above, nnd also chnngos tlrr.o for mak ing State school tnx payabln from Jut 1 to September 1); eommltteo on educa tion, II 25.", by saino, regulating admission of pupils to graded schools. (Shall not be admitted when below schcil ago without permission of nchool directors); commit tee on education, ii. 200, by Mr. "Wine of ltochcster,' Tho close relation between heart troublo thorliing thu town or Poultney to issue and poor digestion Is because lioth organs certain bonds; general committee, are controlled by branches of tho same By Senator Foss of Franklin, S. 70, groat nerves, the Sympathetic and Pneu- nmendlng the charter or the St. Albatrs mogastrlc. Electric Light and Power company; com- In nnother way, nlso, the heart Is ar- mlttee on corporations, reeled by that Turin or poor digestion. By Senator Hltt of Windham, S. 71, which causes gas and fermentation from amending the statutes relating to decision half digested food; there Is a feeling of ot Supremo Court cases; Judiciary corn- oppression ana Heaviness in me etiest, imuci". iwecisions to tu reache.1 by York, Is the man who hns forwarded to pi-ei ent commission tho fact that during the last year ho has personally answered over two thousand Inters asking Informa tion regarding llsh culture. The lecture was closed by u series of stereoptlcon views. Illustrating works nt various hatch cries throughout tho country necompauled by an Interesting description on the part of the speaker. Mrs. E. Woomiiskr, Mills, Nob., writes: " Duah Mits. Pi.nkiiam : I owe my llfo to your Vegetable Compound. Tho doctors said 1 hud consumption and nothing- could bo done for mo. My menstruation had stopped nnd tlioy said my blood was turninif to water. I S. 11S. amending section 2V14, V. S.. relat Inir to bonds of town olllcers; Judiciary committee. By Senator Steele of Windsor. S. 120. amending sec. 3227 und 322S, relating to ap pointment of supervisors of Insane; com mittee on Insane. By Senator Beckett. S. 121. to pay cer tain Stato ofilccrs and amending statutes relating to adjutant and Inspector general and quartermaster genrnl; committee on Stnto nnd court expenses. (Allows extra compensation to these olllcers for services during war with Spain: makes the for mer's subtly $15V0 and the latter's JliW lly Senator Watscn (by reque-it) S. 103, No, 123 or laws of 1SH rel'illng to com cd. Dr. Webb left last night for N w York; and will not be present again tins w k. MUSTERED OUT. HOW TO TELL. 101 DEER KILLED. IImk Menu Very llinti ni'llvr. Montpeller, Oct, 31. Tho reportH already made to Commissioner Tltcomb show that Jul dter havo been killed In Vermunt this caused by pressure or tho distended stom- least four judges, failure In this rvgaril A desiro to urinate orten ach on the heart and lungs, Interrerln with their action; Hence arises palpitation and short breath Poor digestion also poisons the blooi makes it thin nnd watery, whleh Irritates ami personal estate ror religious purposes and weakens the heart. Judiciary committee. The most sensible treatment for heart By Senator Foss. S. 73. to pay J, a. trouble Is to Improve tho digestion and to Chamberlain, A. M, Hlbbnrd and S. C!. Take a bottlo cr tumbler and ail it with urine, let It stand twenty-four hours. If you find a sediimnt at the bottom or a seison, Of course thero will be several milky or cloudy condition, Bonuithlng la nnro to report but tills number shows ... immi wlih vour kidneys. , tli.it tno nuniDer ior mis year win exceeu lg within 0) days to mean rearguing ot tho through the small of the back or If your iia'0 be an cases.) urine stains Unco, theso arc all sure signs ii,nnng d.'irTre,aK Wdl" "d '- til. Tliera Is a euro for these troubles, and If taken promptly It will savo you n long Illness and perhaps a surgical aperatlon ...... li.ct o.t.u... ...l.l.O, ..no 1111 pall! Tilft rnt.nrt hv enmities nlinwR thnt ileer been killed ns follows: Addison fi. Ington 3, Cnledonla 2, Clilttendon 2. Iimolllo l, orango l, Orleans 3, Hutland 28, Washington 2, Windham 3, Windsor 41. Twenty deer wero killed In the town or Plymouth. 12 In Shrewsbury, G each In Sher buino and llrldgownter, S In Mendon. 8 each In Beading and Lincoln und 2 each In Insure the prorrit usslmllatlon or food. Macomber the sums named; committed on Dr. Dnvbl Kennedy's Favorite Remedy This can Desi no oone oy ine regular Claims. quicaiy relieves unu cures uiauiiiiy io ,.,..,ii., mru.Whrl.lire rhittna.n usa after moals, of some safe, pleasant By Senator Cudworth of Windham, S. 71, li!d urine, It overcomes that unpltjisant VAv nHfr.nl ' Concord Oranbv and Wtst. and effective digestive preparation, like enabllntr Mt. Lako Creamer' to Issuo pre- necessity ot bdlng compolltd to get up f ' ' c. . .. nIIDnl,n.ln TithlAltt Ii I t. ... ! . hn fitrrMl tr.lr kh". rn 1 rmmlllM. n.An. tln.iMi ilnHiiir fhrt ntffht And pnrrnnl. C L , R.UUIl a a,ts... .. . .i. w.i ....h.. w.w.., o-."- . ... j .....w . ...c..- .... . ... . . u found at most drug stores and which con. By Senator Piatt, S. 73, amending char- the bad effects of whiskey and bter. It tain valunble, harmless digestive elements ter of the Western Vermont Street Bail- has cured hundreds ot tho moit distress In a pleasant, convenient form. .way company; committee, on rnllroads. lug cases. All druggists sell it it t ono dol it is snfo to suv that the recular. ner- By Senator Young of Orleans. S. 76. es- lar a liottle. You may have a sairlnlo slstcnt use of Stunrt's Dyspepsia Tablets tabhshlng an Insuranco department; Ju- bottlo and pamphlet of valuahlo medical I at meal time will cure any form of stom- dlclary ommltlce. (creates a separate de- udvlce sent free posipiuu cy mini, stnrt imviu iennrily ach trouble except cancer or the stomach, i partmcnt with commissioner to be ap- your niMress to tho Dr. David Full aired package of the tablets sold pointed by the governor, commissioner's jNirporallon, Bondout, II,, and men by druggists at 50 cents. I salary to bo JiiiO; his clerk to have not tion the Burlington Freo Press. The pro- I.lttlo book on stomach troubles mailed over jaw; Tees to uo paid in monthly; com- prletnrs of this paper guarnntco tno genu fre. Address Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. j mUslouer must not bo In the employ of,liuiHsa or this liberal offer. SATUBDAY'S FOOT BALL GAMES. Harvard 11, Carlisle 5. Yale 10, West Point 0. Poniisylvanla 23, Chicago It, Princeton 2J, Brown 0. , Wenleyan 23, Dartmouth 5 Bate. (1. Bowdoln 0. Oornoll 6, Oberlln 0. Williams 34, Trinity 0. Amherst 10, Massaohusotta Tech 0, had several doutor.s. They all said I pensatlun of various State commissioners; could not live, lbeimn thu tiso of h, vdia "'inltteu on railroads (Puts railroad commli.sloiers' salary back to where It was when board was crtated.) lly Senator Stoirns of Oinnge, S, 12.1. re lating to Supreme Court; Judiciary. (Names stated terms for each county.) By Senator Enrlght or Windsor. S. 124, amending section 72S, V. S,; education. (Provide.) for calling of special town meet ings for school purpoes hy selectmen.) By Bame( by request) S. 12.1, Incorporat ing the Porto Blcnn company; corpoui llons. (Names George O. Smith, C. W, Witters, I-'. S. Stroiiahnn and T. M. Deal of St. Albans nnd Cieorgd U Bnbcock of New York as Incorporators.) By ramo (by request) S. 12a, Incorpornt- lnl.lnrAn.i.A,inil 1 wnr n rrn.tt cnffn.ii. 'U V-U""" VUllipillI , I.UI put .. v.w .w.. e ""- (Names same Incorpomtors.) from womb trouble. Menses would up- ' By snmo (by request) S, 127, Incorporate pear two nnd three times In a month, In tho Philippine Islands company, cor- causlne mo to he so weak I could not IH"tlo"s' ,i"n', ISSM.v enrrv . , T , , ... , . , Tho above named companies may carry etunil. I could neithor sleep nor oat, and on the business of organising, construct looked so badly my friends hardly ng nnd maintaining railroads, capital knew mo. : stock In each Instance $25,000. I toolr rlootoi-'s meillelno but dlrl not Tlle Benato took a recess of 30 minutes. 1 tool: actors medicine mtt riirt not n Senator Ennt, S. 12S. regulatlns derive much benefit from it. My drug- 'the expenses of expert witnesses; Judlc- msi aravo mo ono oi vour little books, luty, (Kxuert w tneases not to uo em and lydia I!. 1'iiiUham'a Yeffuttiblo Compound, and it helped mo rlgiit away; menses returned nnd I have gained in wclg-ht. I have better health than I havo had for years. It is wonderful what your Com pound hus dona for mo." "I Feel Like n New Purion. Mrs. Ono. Ljcach, 1009 Hello St., Alton, 111., writes: Before I bepan to tnUo your Vego- (lent. Crnhnin, l.ltcuiii and liltllrr lion iiabli Dlm-hnrsi d. Washington, Oct. 31. The following (.'n eral onler mustering out of the 1 1 ted States service prominent ofilccrs of tha army wus Nsued by Secret.uy A.ger . ito this afternoon; War Dep.utme' t. Washington, Oct 1. By direction ot tho President tho f- low lmr mimed ceiicr.il olllcers are h "iv r. i 'ly discharged from the volunteer army cf -lu I'nltod Stntes to lake effect on the d ites set opposite their respective names-, t elr services being no longer required by rea son of tho muster out of volunteer regl- I monts, I Major Oener.il William Montrose Ora i ham, brigadier general. United States ar 1 my. Nov. SO, 1'.'S. Brlg.-lienernls Emerson H, l.lscum I (nontenant colonel, 21th U, S. Infantry), I Dec. 31. lilts. , Charles A. Whlttler, Dec, 31, 15SS. Theodore A. Baldwin, lieutenant colonel, 1 lOSth L', S. cavalry, Doe. 31, 1S9S. Ha;ry C. Egbert (colonel d U. S. In fantry, Dec. 31, 1S0S. Willis J. Hullng. Dec. 31, 1KS. William S. Worth (colonel 18th U. S. In fantry) Oct. 31, 1S9S, having been appoint ed brigadier general, U. S. array. guvu uiu uuu ui uui luuu uuuia, ,iuij. u.i..ii niiiiiiaiii iiu. .u after reading It I decided to try 'V'Wd except on order of Supreme Court a 12. rinkham's Vegetable Com- P'V i!.?tBM"8 nmU,,t ' " ,,a'd SUC" Vegetablo pound. I ieel like a new person. I would not glvo your Compouud for all tho doctors' medicine in tho world. I can not pruUo it enough." WlllKBS.) Hy Senator Sayles. S. 129. Incorporating (ho Camel's Hump Light, Power and Ball way company: corporations. By Senator Peckett, 130, amending No, 45 acts or ixi, cuu;ir "u judlcl- WABM CAB SERVICE, The Central Vermont railroad commenc ing Tuesday, November 15, and continu ing through tho winter, will run a weekly, warm car service from New York via pr 36, East rlvor and New London, Norwich, Wllllmantlc, Stafford, Monson, Palmer, Belchertown. Amherst, Miller's Falls, NorthtUid, BratUeboro, Rutland , Mont peller, Barre, Burlington, St. Albans, Bouses Point, Malone, Ogdensburg and Montreal ror fruit and perishable prop erty of that character. Batho your tender, sore and bllstorei feet with Crystallna. It cures.