The legal separation of man and wife, effected, for cause, by the judgmentof a court, and either totally dissolving the marriage relation, or suspending its effectsso far as concerns the cohabitation of the parties. Atherton v. Atherton, 181 U. S.155, 21 Sup. Ct. 544, 45 L. Ed. 791; Miller v. Miller, 33 Cal. 355; Cast v. Cast, 1 Utah, 112.The dissolution is termed “divorce from the bond of matrimony,” or, in the Latinform of tlie expression, “a vinculo matrimonii;” the suspension, “divorce from bed audboard,” “o mensa ct thoro.” The former divorce puts an end to the marriage; the latterleaves it in full force. 2 Bish. Mar. & Div.