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I HE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, APRIL 1(5, Wo.
I COMPLETED Vermont Methodist Conference Closes after Hearing Reports and Appointments. SHARP TEMPERANCE DEBATE Conferanoo Voted Work for Repeal of the Present Liquor Law One Man Admlttod to the Ministry Who Would Not ProtnlBo to Abstain from tho Use of Tobacco. Noithllobl. April IS. A lmlt lionr de votional service concluded by KviingollSt Dunham piecided tins Ilunl session of the Vermont conference tills morning. At s:30 iilshop Wiirien called the conference to order find the Journal of Saturday wis lead and approved. The parchments of the lato V. J. Kid der of Nnrthllcld, signed by lllljnh llceldlng, were presented to tho confer ence to be deposited In the archives of the Conference Historical society, un nio-t- mi the curator of this, society was n Mru .eil to have these credentials framed. V etter or greeting from tho Hcv. Isaac McAnt . on aired member of the confer ence, vn- read Tho reporl of l- V. lowls, the secre tary, on publishing the minutes of last venr. was presented. The Itev. .1. M. J'rost was announced as transferred from the Maine conference to tho Vermont conference. A trsolutlnn Introduced by V. S. Smlthers ondniplng the services nf Kvaimehst Dunham and Inviting him to'' conduct like services at Dip session of the conference nt Montpnllcr ncx' year, was tmanlmously adopted. Itlll'OKT.S OK OOMMITTKKS. A. I.. Cooper reported for the board ot Howard!-, .-bowing receipts of $.1.iH7.fi7 with illsbursemcnts to conference claimants as inllow.-: W. I). Malcolm. A. M. Wheeler. -': '. Wight, .V); II. A. liushncll. $30; a I,. Wells. $10: C. W. Morse. John Thurston. $1""; V. II, Dean. $1". S. C Vail, $Ci; Clinic Wedge worth. ? 110: K. S. Morse, $iU": Ralph, son nf 'hurch Tabor, $: Mrs. ranny .Ionian, HS0 Mrs. 15. J. Mc.Mullen. $1.".": Mrs. 1-2. X. Field. HO''; Mrs. Jane 1-2. Unvls, JI.V); Mr- Harriet Carter. Ji": Mrs J. M Puffer, W. Mrs Kiumn I Panics. $1.71: Mrs. M F. I'limmlng!-. $i1: Mrs. Nancy C. Fol poin. T": Mrs. Persls W. Spencer. $T.V, Mis Caroline A. Ticmis. Jllo. Mr. II. K. Serlbncr, $V: Mrs. Mary A Flanders, 1.7 Mr- Mar- U Willis. SKi. Mrs. M. v: Pell. t'M Mrs Sarah Hnuslngcr. $.71: Mis Hannah I'. Norton. .".: Mrs. Abble .1 Smith. 371; Mrs. Ilattle Putnam. $.71, Mrs Sarah W. Truax, $31; expenses. ?:'.c-. The lladley heeiucst of $30 was assigned to Mrs. Jordan. The ticv. Ilalph K. Lowe of Parre re ported for the board of deaconess and Miss Mao Chlsholm icported on the work nf the Deaconess hospital at lioston, the home nnd the training school. II. C,. McGlaulliu of White Itlver Junc tion spoke for the Sundav school com mittee. In which the work of American Sunday school boaid was endorsed. The churc h extension committee teport ed through the Ib-v. Jo.-eph Hamilton. Tile Vermont conference is asked to raise t Til during the coming vcar for this work. The Hev 1,. K. Wlllman lepoiticl for the conuni'.tee on education. V. T. Miller for th- Mpworth League eomnilttee, J. 'I' Paendab' for tin- Preedmen's Aid so ld tv A. C. Dennett for the tract cause, li c Thatrl-cr lor the P.lbb- society. T'-e Hcv. W. S. Smitbers renewed (be In t 1 1 p'issci! over last l'ridav by the I l-lnip. that the date nt bulb of the pas t hj i.i -truck fiom the ceinfeioiu o niln lit letrospec t. This caused a lively -le-1 ite i: F. I.one and V S. rimlllieis I iMTt I the motion. W. II Uavenpoit. .1 'I Iixcrdalc, ,s. 1, Coopei opposed, '''u m tion prevailed by a narrow muc in 'I be seeiitnrv was Instructed to 1 is ..ft) c oles of tile ennfcreiicc min uter s piilillsbe il this year, and the printed minute- wen- declare'! the official record of the c onfe rem i Flt.Vi'Klt.VAI. DIll.EHATF.F The Rev. O. V. Hunt was olc.-ted a dele gate to the State cnn outlnii o ( 'nngie patlnnal ministers and churches; a. II. Webb to the State P.iptist association: F 12. Currier to the Free P.iptist curly lneetlut': W. II. White to the annual mert I s of the Christian Church; II. !- I.ov.o ii visitor to Montpcller Sumlnnrv I. S v-rks. to lioston rniverslty; Charles !'. Partridge, to the Wosleyan association; A c. Dennett, to Drew Theological Seminar- md W. It. Davenport to the New 3'ngland Deaconess Training school. Tl"- Hov. Frank Hart of Chicago, rep lrspiltlng the Church Insurance society, v. s introduced and nrMicssed the con ference for ten minutes on th" interests t" that soc lety. STANDING COMMITTEES. 'I'he following standing committees were Meeted Stewards, A. 1. Cooper, 1', N. "It's only a Question of Time" but why not shorten it? What's to be gained by postponing recovery? Colds and coughs quickly yield to Hale's Honey of Horchound and Tar in which Nat ure's own remedies are skilfully combined to produce best results. Get it of your drug gist and cure your cold. rike'dTooUiaclie Drops t'urc tn One Mliiulc, it Padishah" The best low priced WATCH made nickel silver case no n ma a ne c A dozen designs of Colored Fancy DIALS WE LEAD the world in diversity of STYLES and quantity of pro duction. Stnijer liliralurl, naming ihu fir FOR SALE BY ALL JEWELERS THE NEW ENGLAND WATCH CO. Pactorlea: Waterburjr, Conn. Nicer Vom Ciiic-icici B Fmpcmicq !7 M.idon I. lilt 131 Wtih Arfnili F piKk.li Bld. Granger, J. D. Pelninu, I. O, Sherburne! eeiiteatton. Ji. K Wlllmnn, J. A. Dlxun, V. M. Hnrooq; church extension, A. A. Kstn-b'-ook, S. ll Smith, Joseph Hamilton; fteedmcn's nl J. S. O. Lewis, J. T. llaxen dale, a. II. Webb; temperance, O, T. Story, P. N, nrnngcr, W. I'. Allen; tract cause, A. C. Dennett. O. T. Ilrown, H. B, Wells; American P.lhlo society, n. V. lowc. K. W. Sharp, tl. W. Ilurke; mcniolrr, S. Donaldson, A. U Cooper, W, C. Johnson; conference relations, W. S. Smlthcrs, V. W. l-wls, It. K. I.owc. O. M. Poutwell, :. Curt lei, M. S. Klldy, A. II. Wcbli; church literature. C. J. Ilrown, t' 1.. Clark, tl. A. Stolt; resolutions. Syl vester Donaldson, A. II. Webb, A. .1. Hough; to nominate fraternal elelcgntes nnd visitors to literary Institutions, A. H. linker, O, I. Aiken, l' S. Wnodworth; Kpworth League, W. T. Miller, W. C, Newell, ii. (i. Sherburne; public worship, tho presiding elder and pastor of the church where the conference Is held. W. S. Dunn was located at his own re quest. A. I.. Cooper was re-elected con ference evangelist AV. O. Alien, ficorgo P. Dud and W. P. Stanley were left with out appointment to attend school. J. K. Iladgeraud (I, I.. Stcry were grnnt ed a supernumerary relation. 1. S. Ycrks, statistical secretary, made Ills report which was adopted. Tho bishop called thee attention of the conference to several charges In which there has been an in crease of inc mbrrship, among them John son, z new menilieir; Hatiilnlph Center, 15: HardwUk, i: llloomticlel, In; Hakcrs lleld. 10; Nortlilield, 1.'; Incidentally com mending the pastors. Tile reports- if the st.itiKtlc.il secretary nnd or P. A. Smith, the conference treis uret, were accepted, The report of the latter showed that Kfi.V) lias been raised In the confcience for missions dining the past jonr. tllaf J. Arelerson. V. M. Pi'ker, 1. I,. Metcalf. A. M. Wnlkci. C.. A. Slott, II. I,. Wells, Jesse A. .Martin and Jacob Finger were admitted on trial. Mr. Finger would not promise to abstain from the- use ot tolmeco. and n. breezy discussion as to his admission was raised. The man was finally admitted by a vote of ?;2 to 20. ItKSOl-fTICN ON TKMPHUANCK. tl. L. Stor;, reported for the committee on tomneranee in which vigilance in watching the new law was urged and that the,. conference use Its Inlliienco to sccuiu a. repeal of the law now in force as soon as possible after it has been given a fair trial. Tlie conference through tneso rcso lutlons declared that the s.ilo of Intoxlcat lug llepinr I- a sin and thai tho repeal ot the prohibiten law was a grievous and dlsasticnis mistake-. The llev. O. W. Hunt of Enosbiirgh Falls and the Itev. W. II. Davenport ol Montpelier were elected delegates to the National Antl-S.iloou League, wlili b meets in Washington, D. C. next December, with the Hev. A. 11. Webb of Itr.'iclford anci the F.i-v. .1. D. Ilee- man of i'nioii Village- us alternates. The collide nee oblcetecl lo that clause in the i esedol ions nf I lie committee on tempetanee which provleled for giving tho new licence law "a fab- trial." H was after noon before- these n-ohitlons were reached, but the sharpest elibate of the pessioii followed. G. L. Stor championed the resolutions as read. O W Hunt and J. A. Dixon nppoMil. The objectionable clause was eliminated and the resolution were adopted. W. 1C. Newton was elected a trustee of Montpelier se-inlnary. tin- llev. A. 1-2. At- water, the le-iirlng trustee having moved from the- .-state. Resolutions of thanks to liishop Warien the people- e.f Noi thllelil. the llev. G. W. Sharpe. the loi-al Methodisl pastor, the Congregational pastor and people for tho use ol their ehtireh. the fnltarian Church, the choir, the; conference seel etarles, the railroads, the boaid of examination, the postmaster at Northlleld anil the press were adopted. TIIANSFI2H OF Pni2ACIIKItS. No further business, appearing the rec ords of the morning session were re-ad. The bishop then announced the transfer of 12. S. (Inle to the .Missouri e-onference. Guy Lawton to the Genesee eonferenco and A. 1-2. Atvatcr to the Central New York conference. After singing, "And Let Our Undies Part.,J and a luit-f but tender nihil ess PKhop Waireu at 12:10 an liouuceil tile fiellnwlng appejlntmi'iits. M ONTP 1-2 1. 1 1-2 1 i D I ST II I ( 2T. . M. Newton, prc-idlng elder, post c.dice address. South Itoyalton. Ase-utne.N llle-. siipplie-d by W. 12. Doug- la-s. Athens and Cambi idgeport, F. M. Ilaker. ll.iinaid ami Hast Haiuaiel. A. M. Walk er. I'.e lieews Palls, L O. Sherburne. Pethel. siipiilled by J. W. Miller, liondville. to be supplied. P.raclfoid. A. II. Webn. Iliattlebeiio. F. W. Le-wis. lil niil.liiie. to he. supplied by F. L. Met calf. Hrownsville. 1-" II. Huberts. Cln-lsea. W. H. Allen. ciaysvllle nnd ll'-tliel Lyinpus, siipollc-d IV J. w. .Miller. Hancock and Granville, to be supplied by I. S. Vc-rks. Ilnitlanel anil Northland. Fred Daniels. Landgroo. xuppl U-e I by F. A. Wood- worth. , Ludlow. X. M. 1'owler. Meclianlcsvllle nnd Cuttlnssvllle. J. If.! Ilennett. Montpe-ller, L. K. Wlllman. Nortliricld unci fiouldsvlllo, 12. W. Sharpe. Pcrklnsvllle and Amselen. I-'. M. Miller. Pittslield and Stnckluiilge. V. N, lloh- crts. Proctorsv llle. P. c. T. Me-Kenzle. Putney. 1". L. .Metcalf. Qnee hec. Hiipiilled by H. G. MeGlaughlln. P.anebdpli .md liethel Gllead, F. G. Painey. Itunilnlph (nter, L. N. Moody, Itoehesler, I. S. Veiks. S-iticli Londonderry. M. II. Smith. South I!i-nellng, supplieil by 1-'. H. Poll- crts. South Itovalton and South Ttinbrldge. . II. White. Springfield, to be supplied. Thctford Ci-ntcr and North Thetford. George A. Scott. I'nioii Village, J. D. H-emaii. Warelsboio, to be supplied by G W Campbell. West Herlln, to bo supplied, WeM Fahlee and I 'oppertlelel, A. G. Ails tin. Weslou. F. A. Wood worth. While rtlver Junction, H. G, Mc-Gl.iugh-1 1 1 1 Wilder, I.ewlstou and Hanover, O. J. Anderson, Wllliamflvllh) and 12ast Dover, G. p. Wedistor. Wilmington and Jacksonville. 12 r Wells. Windsor, W. 1-2. Douglass. Woodstock, C. 12. Partridge. ST. ALPANS DISTIUCT. Charles S. Nutter, presiding elder, post oflice tiddre.ss St. Albans. Albnrg. supplied by O. K. Newton, liakersflelil. Jaeoli Finger. Ulnghamville, supplli'd l.y A, II, Slurge-s. Cambridge anil North Cambridge, 12. I, M Humes. I2asl ICImore, supplied by O. M. Ilont- WHll. l-2dc n, to lie supplied. Llmore, O. M. Poutwell. 1 L'nosbtirgh Falls, G. W, Hunt. Kssex unci I-2-isex Junction, C, S. Hul bert, Fairfax, A. II, Haker. I'ranklln, Sylvester Donaldson, , Uejorgia and North Mitrfax, 1 M, Panics. , Grand Isle and South Hero, W. T, Mil i I' ' lllgliKate, C. P. Taplln, Isle La Motle, to bo supplied, Johnson, llydo J'nrk nnd AVatervllle, j supplied by I. T, Johnson. Ullclcllesox, suppllecl ly J, ll. Augell. Milton and Colchester, J, T. Maxendalo. Montgomery and South Illchford, C. D, Pierce. Moretown and Duxbury, O. li. Wells. Morrisvlllc, M. S. Eddy. North Fairfield, supplied hy G, W, Hiirke. North Hero, W. II. Atkinson. Illchford, S. II. Smith, ft. Albans, W S. Smlthers. St Albans Pay. A. e. Dennett. Sheldon, M. H, ParoiinnRfan. Stowe, D, L. l-2vans Swanton, Clink I iidi-rhlll anil .leilcho, to be supplied by O L Hnrnard, i , HEllclil and Fuyston. J. 3. Allen. Fire-Fighter's Story. How the Strongest Han in the Philadelphia Fire DepartmentOnce the WeakestQained His Strength and Health, by Using SwampRoot, the Great Kidney and Bladder Remedy. MERE'S the story of a man who was near death's door 1 and was saved by using Swamp-Root. If he had come to you and said : "My friend, do you suffer with kidney trouble ? Does your back ache ? Do you feel bad all over and can't tell exactly what's the matter ? Have you tried medicines or doctors without benefit ? Are you about discouraged ? Then do as I did, and get well -Use Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ! I know it will cure you." Here is the Great gave it to a "The North special representative of Philadelphia's American :" If he did this, would you believe him ? Wouldn't you, if you were a sufferer, follow his advice, knowing that he bore living, sentient, vital testimony to the wonderful virtues of this great natural remedy ? UELL, that is just what " Hugo Hutt, strongest man in the Philadelphia Fire Department, hero of a hun dred battles with the flames, is doing now through the medium of this newspaper. Hugo Hutt has been con nected with the Philadelphia Fire Department for the past lour years. He is stationed story as he Newspaper, "You will hardly believe it when r tell you there wns n. time when my body was In such a diseased conelltlnn that my relatives and friends would have, nt no time, been surprised to learn of my death. It was all elun kidney trouble, for which I could se cure no relief, 1 wiih under tho earn of my family physician for a number of years, but ho was unable to do mo any pood, I also consulted fve noted specialists on kidney diseases, but they were unable to kIvo mo more than tem porary relief. I had already made ap plication to join the army, but was turned down on account of my bail phy sical condition. "I was advised to try that Rrcatcst nf nil remcelles-SWAMI'-ItOOT. "I wrote to Dr. Kilmer & Co., nt niimhnmton, Is". Y., for a samplo bottle, nnd lis effect upon me was so notice able that I went Immediately and boiiKht n supply from my dniKKli-t, with the re sult that In ii comparatlve-ly short time I had entirely recovered and became tho mar you sec me now. "I served a number ot years In the army, and for tho past four years I have been cnnnecteel with tho Philadelphia I'lro De partment. My work, both In tho army and llghtlmr fires in Philadelphia, has been of the most nrduow. mid work that I could not elo. elid I not have a. strong physlepie. ' I elo not know what the words "Kid ney Trouble" nrni now, anil elo not ex pect to I cannot speak ton hlKhly of Swamp-noot. A few bottles of tills Kreat remeely did more, for mo than a dozen physicians could." (Slsncel) HFOiO 1 1 1'TT, 2-':'3 Vine St., Plilladiltohla, Pa. Hl'GO HFTT PIIII.ADMI.IHIA FirtI2MAN. AMD this is only one man's story if the average reader of a newspaper could J!lf !!!,es-i be Piad to read the thousands of such testimonials ith i iuu io ruiuwii as wic uiiiicst. man ill nit i lit l-c- ... wnicn come to Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, the kidney troubles which now afflict humanity would be cut down partment and has taken many prizes at athletic tourna ments for his prowess in the field ol sports. He is also an ex-sergeant of the United States Infan try, having tor several years been stationed at Fort Niobrara, Neb. Mr. Hutt also served with the Sixth fifty per cent. For these testimonials all prove beyond a doubt that Pennsylvania Regiment during the Spanish-American war. I the greatest cure for kidney, liver and bladder troubles is Dr. Kilmer's Swam p Root NATURE'S GREATEST AID TO THE SUFFERING. 1-2DIT01MAI. NOTICH. Swamp-Root is so remarkably successful that a special arraiiKcment has been made by which all of our renders who have not already tried it, may have a samplo bottle sent absolutely free by mail, also a hook that te-lls all about it and its wonderful cures. Address Dr. Kilmer .t Co., Pinshamton, N. V. in wrltlnp. be sure to mention that you rend this Rcne-rous otfer in the Uurlinntou "Weekly Free Pres. ' The regular fifty-cent and one-dollar t-ize bottles arc solel by all drugglstx. Don't make- any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Hoot Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, and the adilress, Ulnshamton, N. Y., on every bottle. McDonalel. supplied by te) bo supplieil Waterbnry, P. A. Smttli. Waterlnii-y femcr. i. A. Fmery. West Hi-rkshire. Fast and South Frank lin, supplied by A. V. Ford, West ilnosliiitKb. G. W. Ilurke. W'estlord. Mipplled by A. II. Hun-yes. Woleott. I' M. Stehbins. Worceste-r. .1. W. lllsle. ST. JOHNSHI'HY DISTHIPT. Joel U. Shcrbuine, prc-slditiK cider, post otllce; adilress St. Johni-bury, Albany, A, CIicRory. Ilarre, I!. F. Lowe. Partem, W. C Johnson. Partem I.andbiK. S. (1. Low Is. Hloomtlcld. F. II. HloelKutt. Cabot, O. 1-2. Allien. Canaan. J. A. Martin. Coventry to be supplied. Craftshury, It. .1. I'lirystie. Danville and West Danville, Joseph llnmiitnn. Derby. A. I!. ICnrinht. Fast Puike and Fast Haven, Geo. W. Mannlnp. Fast Charleston, to bo supplied. I2vansville and ProwniURton Center, C. J. Drown. Olover, supplied by r,eo. fireensborei and Stannard. N. A. Hoss. Cil-oton. A. J. IloliKli. Guildhall, F. W. Puck. llardwick, J. A. Dixon Ilollund and MoiKan. by Geo, 1). 2syc. Inn-burgh. J. 11. Knapp. Island Pond, William Shaw. Lowell, Mipplled by J. 11. Wallace. Lunenbursh nnd Fast Concord, C. W. Kelley. Lyndon, V. It, Mather. I.vndnnville. supplied by V. II. Mather. Marh!icld and South Cabot, W. 12. New ton. Newbury and West Newbury, d. u. Thatcher. Newport, V. C Nevrkll. Newport Center and Troy, 1. P. Chase. North Danville, to be suppiie-d. Penchant, supplied by M. II. Hynn. Plalnlield. (1. II. Wrliiht. St. Johnslniry, J. M. Frost. St. Jnhnsbury Center and Fast Lyndon, G. C. McDoiiKall. Shellleld anil AVheelock, C. D. Iince. South Albany, supplied by A. C.re-Kory. Topsham, supplied by J, C. WrlKht. Victory, to no suppuca. ValtK Hlver and Topsham, supplied Leon J. Morse. Walden nnd South Walden, supiilieil. West Hurho and Newark, C. O, Corse. West Concord and lnhkl!l, P, N, eir euKCr. Wcstvllle, toe be supplieil by A. J. HnuRli. WYsthclel, supplied by J. II. Wallace-. AVIIilamstown and Prookfleld, l 1-2. Currier. oodhtiry, J. II. Wheeler. l.y AN ADVANCI-2 IN SI'flAIt. New York, April 13. All (,-rades lined supar were advanced live bundled pounds to-day, of le cents n WOMEN KILLED Assaulted by Another Woman Living in East Hard- wick. RESULT OF BOYS' QUARREL Mrs. Maasey Trying to Quiet the Boj-b When Mrs. Aldrich Attacked Her from the Hear Mrn. Maaaoy's Body Thrown Down a UO Foot tank No Arrests Yet. weeks ago and was uctlng straimely. Ho appeared somewhat demented and the police- took him into cuslbdy. Several bot tle's of morphine were- found in his pock ets toKctlier with a couple of revolvers. It was decided that he was a morphino lie-nil and as he had relatives in Fair Ila en lie- was taken over there by the- ufll i'cii and turned over to Ills relatives. It apic ars that his relatives could not just .luroe who was bound to look after him and In the uilx-up Hubbard took it into bis head to ko out to Missouri wheio ho had worked some years ano. He was an in'iiualiitance of (1'Pourkn anil has it is stated been slaylnn with him. A few days ,io letters were re-e-eiv. d In thi sc-etinn fiom Mrs. O'Kourke asking about llubbaril. Shi' saldithnt he was act liu; str.int,rely at times and they thouKht, cult there- that he was taking morphine. A despatch was received by Mr. e I'lloiirke'-' lelative-s about !i o'clock this motniiiK stalinR that Hubbard li.id shot I bun. Another de-snatch was ic-ceivcd i ibout an hour later s.iyliur that Mr. O'Kourke was elead. No details veru I erlvcli 111 either message. Mr. n'liourkei! was about ; ; e,irs old. and a blacksmith. lie went to Missouri several yeais uko and wii-. niairltil there. DIVOHCF. CASF. IN Ill'TLAND CO. THIEF AT RANDOLPH StotB a Blacksmith'.-! Pocket Bonk, Bought a New Suit of Clothes and Escapod. I Ttandolph. April 11. A man Kivlns his nnme as Hubert ) iiiiuk and who has been working on a farm In this vicinity for se-v ei il months, went into II. A (leorijes blackMiuth shop anil while vlsitliiK there helped himsi'lf to Mr le'eorne's pocket book, which was in his coat that was hunii up in the shop. The pocketbook e-ontaineel about M.i wlii.h as soon as YounK' .-ecnreel he look the train south as far as Pethel, where he .--topped and pun hase-d a new suit eif clothes. From thcii- hi' took the next tinln to Poston Olilcrs traceel him thus far but were tumble to Identify him or to nle- a ele-criptlon of htm after lie had changed his clothes. TRIP TO ST. LOUIS Gov. McCullough and Adjt.-Gjn Gilmore at Vork on the Details. "Let the GOLD DUST twins do your work." GOVERNOR AND HIS STAFF GOLD DUS1 Bennington Monday, April ' Is a woman's best friend when wash day come around. It make ths clothes sweet and clean Takes only hall tha time and half the labor ol soap ! Just follow directions on package. Made only by THE N K. FAIRBAHK COMPAN? Chicago, New York. Boston, St. Louis, Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. Will Leave 37, for Opening Exposition Exercises Inspoctlon of Vorraont Nntlon il Guard Begins Monday -Tuberculosis Meeting. Montpelier, April 11. Gov. J. fl. M-f'ui-IoukIi -inel Aeljt.-Gen. V, II. (lilmnie- wen- Ill conference at tin- Pavilion hotel thin evtnlmr makliu? preparations for tin- trip to ht. Louis of the- governor and bluff to attend the openliiK exposition e.enl?es. The party will leave IlenuliiKton Mem- day, April 27, koIiib to C'hicuKo la tin I2rle railway, it will Ik- made up of CPiv- crnor MeC'ulloUKli, Oeneral (lllinon-. (icn. I L. L. Hate-s, M.-1-retury eif chil and mill- tnry afralrs, Co. J. O. I-2sle-v of the First Vermont reclment, who is detailed on i Oeiu'ial Corbin s staff, SurKoon-Gene-r.i! Thomson niul Colonels, llurk-e-ss, L"land. Itulter, Taylor and Norton of the gov einor's stalf. Pownnl w.i fr.iind dead In the rear nf Fnriiiim'-- lumber mill In Stamford vc t -day ai'te-rnoon. lie was seen early In ' u einv In an Intoxicated rnndltl-en Ho le 1 been workiiii; at the mill fur r-untl ela Phyi-lelnns announco that hi' eh nth w 'I due to Htriinciilallon. The w d u pile of lunilier. Ill'TLAND COFNTY f orp.T. DUTI2NTION IIOFKI-; FOP. CHINFrfF, AT IUCIIRJUD. Plcliford, April II. James fl. Dunn of Washington and A. P. tfchcll of lioston, goviintni-nt oliiclals, biise been here the; past week making plan for the; building of a Clilneso detention house, which will be erected on Province street near the customs house. Joy Colcord has taken the i-ontrai t anil the building is to be about the slzo and stylo ot tho customs house. itiitland, April II. The kcsh. n r f P. lanel county coutt to-day w e- lirgi spent In i-h-arlng up I ho odd- end e nil" i business mid getting things in shape- f e ii lin.il adjournment. The ib,r i t i e-.elle-il this morning and sum' s r Itlinieel and discontinued. T! r. ar i. tminlier set for hearing ri, i. .- f w u; will iiobably be linlshrd up llui- w- k. Tile- State 's attorney to-day in !e r 1 the e n--e against Mrs. Alma It-inelo charg 1 with inl.itifiii of the blanket ac u she- bad spent three months In jail l e- e i she e-ieiilel not furnish ball. St w,i rested Lest January In a raid on ,na t ellsorib rlv bou-e on Terrlll Mrret ,i J appeale-d her ease from the eiti e Hall was set ,et .101 and she- was i i to raise that amount. Mary 12. T.irbe II was granteel a cllenr'ri f i-mi l'rank . T.irliell on ti c gr'j d i ailiilterv. CAPT. H. H, SARGENT, F. E. A. Detailed by War Departra ent to Inspect Vermont National GTiarcl. Montpelier, April 1 1. Adjutant and Quart rmastei-Oene-r.il V. II. (Jilmoro reeelveel this evening olllclal notion that ('apt. H. 11. Sargent of the nd cavalry at Fort Fthan Allen, has bce-n eletailc-el by the war department to have charge nf the Inspection of the several companb-s of the First ermont regiment, prior to th. Is,s-ie oi the new arms and eeiuipment. Captain Sargent and Ciener.il Gilmore will begin this inspection on M"tid.i-. April 20, llrst taking Company 12 of liarre 'liie order of tile companies was in t dell nltely arranged to-night. General Gilni"te will be absent at St. Louis after next week, but he will detail some ulllo-r to act in his absence. BEPT,ftE PLEASANT TUBERCULOSIS COMMISSION THE NEXT MORNING FEEL BRIGHT AN0 NE'J AND MY COMPLEX'ON IS BETTER. My doctor pith ii actn centlr on the stnraieh. i j And kidneys anil H a nl"aant Uiattre. T' is lirink irmde from hjrl, nna ii mctnrt'ij for use an easily a a itiscailea 'iiiiiL'Tfi Tcu" or LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE All dnijrriManr hy nail 25 cts. nd 50ct, Buy ft i J. liniifN I'iiitiIIv .! -reiilclii f mows thi tirMTrl i'inh iln . In nrdrr to bo bMtby tUwi - ry A.l.lrf' Hox yOo. Lo Koy, S Y. NO ARRESTS AT HARDWlCK llardwick, April 1J. Satuiday afternoon about one half mile from 12at,t Hurdwiuk on the Gree nsboro road occurred a eiu.irrel between .Mrs. Joseph Masscy and Mrs, Dan Aldrich. which lesultcd in the death ol' .Mrs. Massey -Sunday at one o'clock. Tile young Massey boy was llbhing In the river near his home when the- Aldrich boy began to throw stones at him. Mis. Massey came out oi the house lo stop the trouble- and later Mrs. Aleliich appeared on tile scene. She slyly came' up behind Mrs. Mnssej anil threw her lo the ground after which slm began kicking anil pound ing her ami then dragge-il her to u steep bank about twenty tcct high and threw her down the bank. Mis. MnsM'y remained Micro for some time but hho dually succeeded in reach ing her home by crawling on her hands and knees. She lived until Sunday, her elciilh probably resulting from internal injuiles. Drs. Darling and Dates of this village and Drs. Wi-eks and rlarvey of Fast llardwick were summoned nnd they have decided to have a past mortem examina tion to-day or to-morrow. State's AttoriK-j Morse and .Selectmen Stanford and Hancock have visited the scene hut the authorities are awaiting the report from the doctors before they take further steps. SMALL POX AT lltASHl'HGIl. Irasburgh, April 13. Tho prevailing contagious disease In Mils vicinity uas prnnotmcod small pox hy Dr. Ilnlton of Prattleboro, who came to Investigate. Sev eral families arc eiuarantlned, Itutland, Apt il 13 -Only one session of county court was held to-day. The most interesting feature of the afternoon was jthc granting of a divorce to William C. Mound from Lmma J. Mound, both ot Castli'tou cm the ground of intolerable! sevi'llt. Several witnesses were exam inee! this afte-riioon. Tin- petitioner swore I that Ills wife was always nagging hini. I When epie.-.tioiie-d as to Ills meaning he Mild Mint she was all the time throwing plates, platti'is and "-ticks of stove wood at him. Some of the neighbors testllled to going into the house wln-re Mr. Mound v as sick anil Inking from the bid stove wood that his wife had thrown at him. NAVAL Dl-;S12UTI-;il CAFGHT IN ! RUTLAND. F.utl.mel, April 13. John I-'. Martin was ' iiricstcd hen- to-night by the police nt tho re)Ue.-t of the naval authorities at Nor folk, 'a., charged with having deserted from the Lhauiicey while- ut tho navy iird. !!. was found at the home of Ills brolher-ln-law, Podney Shaw, a special police otliccr. I'hyalolana Find That Mra. MaJkuy'5 I Death Was Caused by Congestion I ' of the Luncrs. llardwick, April II. No arre-us have yet been made in connection witli the deMth ot Mrs. Joseph Masse-y of 12nst llardwick after an assault by Mrs. Daniel Aldrich. It Is understood that the- doctors who per formed the autopsy llnd that death result ed from congestion of the lungs. It Is said there are no external evidences of violence on the body. A portion ot the lurgs were se-nt to the State pathological labotatory for examination and no report wbl lie made until the results of the ex amination there are given. The body of Mrs. Massey wn- sent to St. Johnshury last evening the interment was maile there to-day. Joint Moetlncr with Rutland County Medical Society Held Yesterday. P.utland, April II. The P.titlanJ County Mceiioal and Surgical society held its ounrtcrly meeting at t,lie Perwick 1 louse-to-day and eli-i uss-eel the tuberculosis question. Th me-e-tbig opened at 11 o'clock with an attendiiiii e of about 30 m- nitiers. Dr. D. D. Grout of W.eterbury. chairman if the State tuberc ulosis commission, took up the time- of the- morning session with nn address dealing with the work of the commission. PaiKis were read this afternoon as lol lows: "Ilelatlve Importance- ot Heredity, Suse-eptibillty and Contagion in the De velopment of Tubere-ulosl'-, ' by Dr. C. S. ('ivi't'ly of nutlaud. pri-side-nt of tin Slate board ol beullh- "Age. Sex and Oc e upntloii is Stor- In the Di'Ve-lopnient of '1'iibcr C'iilosls' Dr. C D. Pass of West Put land: "Lugio of the Open Air I'leatme-nt f Tuberculosis, Including1 Climate" li Dr. C. W. Peck of Lr.iudeiii: "Home ersus Sanitarium in the Treatnu nt ol Tuber culosis. ' by Dr W. N. Pry.int f Ludlow. Dr. L. A. Oootey eif Itutland was nmdi a member of the society to-dav and t'l next meetli g of the; so iety wis --.-t f ir Inly 1 at the Prospect llous-' at Lake l,omoseeii. A DIU'NKAUD FOt'ND DKAIX Pennington, April II Frank Johnson of EX JUDGE H. C. ROOT Again in Good Health. It has been known for several cJ that the Judge has been suffering fn it ,i cancer, which has been very dis inr.igi'g to himself and his friends Wh n seen 1 the writer the Judge sai.l it is a l.i t '' r several years 1 have heen allli ted w . a cancer and of late it became cr annjiylng especially at night I con not lie on my right si'le a- the a r would start to bleed profusely On I'e SSth, U I went to the New Y rk 1 Vermont Private Dispen-irv where chief consulting physician up ''I i e ' oration to the- earner wh' 1 i - scmbbel a plaster and in a i- w w lint very little nnnnynm t'-e r came out anil the cavltv is i iw ' all heileel and the wny the D" t w to work 'tr I rrn-iv I this f,i- r e s to me that h ,-.'ie x-itrt and t1 .r uneleiRtiiiids his business a- 1 w l ei .imi'iend .in and all simi.i- "' ' tei i -insult this specialist !' c c -tr' t. Their I'flic e elavs r- M We dueda s atul S.iturel.i - II r" . N 1.'. ! to 3 .tiid 7 1 1 Si.mi. 1 Fx Ju.'-- II C r b 1 r e V ,r'u gt.. t Me h tb Cancer Cuwri I : T Py our new method we treat enn I cer. tumor and enlarged slanils ,t without operation, writo for par- T ttleulars. J A Glyco-Chemical Co., Burlington, Vt- s.wtf A VERM0NTER MURDERED Shot in Missouri by Potrlolc Hubbnrd, a Morphine Fiend of Fair Haven, nutlaud, Apt II 13. News was receive 1 lieiro Mint 1'atrlck Hubbard of Fair Ilavi n this morning shot Michael O'ltourke, for merly of West Itutland at Carthago, Mo,, and Ills victim died a short time after ward, Hubbard was found wandering around tho streets of Itutlnnd ubout two or threo Many thousands of the most flattering testi monials have been received by the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, giving accounts of its good work, of the aggravating and persistent coughs that have yielded to its soothing effect, of severe colds that have been broken up by its use, of threatened attacks of pneumonia it has warded off, and of dangerous cases of croup it has cured. It is a medicine of great worth and merit. EASTER AT MONTPELIER Opentnc Seivice in St, Augiuttne's, the New Catholic Church. Montpelier, April 12. The center of In tel est In the Faster celehintlnn in Mont- ! pellei- Churches was at St, Augustine's, 'the new Catholic Church, which was use-d for tliellrst time to-day, Thlschurch Is not cuitltely llnlsbed anil will not ho dedicat ed until next August but the ib'arest hope of Father W. J. O'Sulllvan and his par- Ishlonets was realized in holding Faster olis-ei vance there'. Services were held at b ami 10.30 a, in. and I p. in. and at each the great aiiilltiii linn was crowded almost to its limit. About l,.'i) people attended thu lo o'clock and afternoon services, Tim worshipers Included sevi'ial hundred who are not patlshiuiicrs for the people of thu city Joined with one accord in tho rejoic ing of the Catholics, A musical pro gramme such hh ba.c rarely boon hoard ut an Faster service In Mils city was ren clc red, the following singers being the so loists: Miss Ida Hughes, Mrs. A. Gal- nisi', Miss Alma K. Fisher, Mrs O'Nell, Miss Agnes Allarel, Miss Sovcrance, Messrs, W. .1. Fisher, A, Ciul.ilsc, A. K. Fisher. A largo choir sup ported Mm Hololsts, Mrs. T. 12. Callahan presided at the organ and Wllder's orches tra assisted In tho programme. At the solemn high mass at 10:10 tho P,ov. I'nther A. M, Salmon and tho Hov. II. It. Hcnnrd assisted tho celehrunt. The Itev. W. J. O'Sulllvan spoke on the mean ing of Knstcr nnd the new church. At the Unitarian Church the Itev. J, Ud ward Wright, D. D., spoke on tho In creasing triumph of tho spiritual and u special programme was rendered by tha regular choir, Miss Pansy Severance, Mrs, A If Temple, Messrs. C. F, Lowe, M, A. Davis. Kplscopal Hcrvlces were held hi Congre gational Chutih ul ! o'clock before tho hcrvlces of tho latter pajW "'Jiicli woro held at 11 o'clock. DI-2ATII OF CAPT. W. W. CONNOIt. Hrar.elon. April II. -('apt w Connor lied at his home on Carver street Tues day morning from eatnirh of the stoiu.irh He has been in feeble health for the past year but hud been able lo lie about most of the time. Mr. Connor enlisted April 3, lfit. In Co. U, 23th regiment, New York Volunteers, and was commissioned captain. Aft-r --e'rvlng for two years and two month- he recelvel tin honorable discharge lie was an actlvei member of C. J. Ormshce Post and had --erved as commander for turco years. Captain Connor was In the eWth year of his age and had lieen a resident ol Pr.tn clon for the past i" years. lie Is sun heel by two children, Marlon, of this town, anil a son, who te.Mdcs in Pittsford. The funeral will be held from Ills late home Thursday afternoon nt 2 o'clock and will In in charge of C. J. Onusbcc Post No. I', G. A. 11, HOY GIVKN PI2LLADONNA TAK12. I1Y MIS- Northlleld, April It. Frwln, a young son of F. A. Joslln. I'oniplalued Sunday even lug of not feeling well and a spoontul of what 'iih supposed to be a proper remedy wiih administered, Shortly after the boy's eyes assumed a glassy appearance and his general condition became much worse A pbysliiiin was hastily summoned who discovered Mint by error belladonna hud been given, Prompt medical attention brought Mid youth round nil right The two bottles were placed near each other In the clipboard and wcro of similar Huso ' ahnpo and appeurance. Pansy ' . uu,uu to uuiuornia ana tcoturn, Vlu Chicago & Not th-Western iTy, First "lass lound-trip tickets on sale from Chi cago May 3d and May 12th to IStli, to Los Aura li s and San Francisco. Corri'spond lugly If'W rules fiom other points Fuvor able limits and stop-over privileges. Th- Overland limited, most luxurious train iu the world, leaven Chicago dally S.tO p. in. Less than three davs en route. Drawing room and f:ompartmcnt sleeping cars, observation cars, dining cars, buftot-Uh rary cars (barber nnd bath), electric lighted throughout- Three trains a day from Chicago to the Coast through with out change. Dally and pcrsonnlly con ducted tourist cur excursions to Cnllfor Ida, W lshlngtoii nnd Oregon. For par tlc'iilnm apply to your nearest ticket agent or adilress J. 12. Urlttuiii, SiK Washington -'UCt, UOilOll, MlliS, &i,wtl, REGORY'S SEED They need no Introduction to tho Farmers and Gardeners of New Enplnnd! for nearly half a century they have been making their record for purity and reliability m ecry town, village and farm houses in tho land. Wo uncle it a rule at tfio beginning to sell Mich need only as wo would bowl'bns to pinnt our.--elej, and therein lies the secret of whatever Kiic-eesf wc have nttalneel In business. If you have not yet received our free catalogue write and it will be e-ent nt once.' II you are raising potatoes try the Delaware, ono of our Intro ductions. It is mak'ng friends everywhere because It Is not only a great cropper but one of the very bent for quality. j. J. H. GREGORY & SON, Marblohoad, Mass. I eQ c(P e4 $.,ii7ii mnr riTnn urn i ii ti7mi WILL 1 nt: 5IJ11 WEAK ViKLlti My Boy is Awful Hard on His Clothes" t How often a mother or father greets with this remark ! If, at the time, we trying to sell one of our good, durable $4 or $i Boys' Suits, we will, of course, swer most decidedly in the affirmative, us are $3, wearing- quality of our Boys' Clothing is Just one of its many good features. Another strong point is its stylishness. This is due to the extreme skill used in cutting our Boys' Clothing. U is cut just as carefully and scien tifully as the finest of men's clothing. Briiis the Boy here for his Spring Suit. You can't do better. 1 THIS H. C. HUMPHREY.