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THE BURLINGTON FREK PRESS: THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907.
1 I.) L SE SHOCK Enough Electricity Went through .Body of George Duxbury to Kill a Man. UHNIIC UU UA i V U Umu I iinnuu it jjiiij unuui uuiimliu Lowered from Telephone Pole liy Com. on :i Ion In Tlioroiiglily Collapsed Condition Uu AVIrc Carried VI(0 Nolls mid lluvbtiry Cl It All. State's Attorney O.ites asked lcavo to ntnciul his complaint. Tlio amendment wns not ivllowcd liy the court ns tlio enso came lip on appeal, whereupon, ut tho request of thu .State's attorney, tho court directed a verdict of not entity for tho respondent nnd he was discharged. TWO DIVOUCKS OllANTKn. Dr, Francis Llgourl, a prntnlnent Italian physician of llarro, has been granted a divorce for Lillian I.lgourl for desertion for threo years, Mrs. I.lgourl Is a daughter of II. K, Hush of lhirro with whom she Is nt present living. May Hell has been granted a divorce, for adultery, from Dana J, Hell of Mont reller. Tho case of froorge W. Kreetn m, apt., vs. the estate of John 1', Donovan of Montpeller, an appeal from the commis sioners, will bo taken up to-morrow morning. SHARON PAYS ITS U. S. DEPOSIT FUND. Montpeller. April 12. Tho town of Sharon to-day sent to State Treasurer K. tf. Deavllt the amount of Its United SLntes deposit fund, $1,120. Less than 20 towns have thus far converted this money Into tho State treasury. Bennington, April 12. While a crew .T 'r . . . T.'n ..1 n t, .1 trA.... .ni.n ...... r. .. contact with tho current from the elec- ri'le 11ii.Ii n nHt n.i.l n'nu cnl'nl'n V up Hie poji 10 lli.s iiM.inmiice nun wmi rope loyiri'd the thoroughly col-pf-ed mn'n to the ground. Ouxbury's hinds wen quite badly burned and ho lj atifT.lii.r frn... Ih. r.ffeet.i nf Ilia nv. ... .......... .if, ...-m ........ " . perlenee but lie will, It Is expected, be It is Impossible to ascertain just how uch electricity passed through Dux tiry's body tmt the electric light wires i o supposed to carry li.300 volts, mu"h more thnn is required to electrocute u I Ulll OF CENTRAL VERMONT. ih ms . riiuiiiiiiK i-im-nrii ill .-M. I:i ii". nt Itulo of 1,1110 round a Month I'le Arrests Mmlc. St .lbans, April 12. Five arrests I I in 1 1 1 1 m-ii t i.iui'n mi; niiui lue it i j . - on pipr ves s v is n .nvsiein I'll: rom me i Piurm i crnioiu ic.uiwiy "omnonv Tho-v.. nlrradv under arrest y, also employed by the company, Tf ., Aire ii irr. I "ii um r r . i i.mni , nlver', thr Inst three Junk dealers. The railroad company engaged the l m i urn' ui. ii.-iii. y .ii ..i.- iim i. ii ferret out the loss of brass and five ' lme J ro stealings nave intniHi'ii i rom J i'"' io i.i'uv tniuiiu i.ii.ir, .v frsev C'itv and Boston, and It Is said r. , rll.' The Cohens nnd Nelvert will have neir uranuKs w-iu . SAVED BIG WOOLEN MILL. DROPPED DEAD DRESSING. BACKACHE AND DESPONDENCY . A ..i,?. ..If l . f..... vilili IJood Itesiilts. Northflcld, April 12. liy a great ef ort the largo woolen mill at fioulds- tlln nu-nml hv C AT. llnvlfa nf this ruction by fire this morning. The oss being $1,200, which Is covered by iisur.inco, Mr. Davis employs about iiO nanus, ana wotk win nni im: ei ip- .,.,1 n nt... .vtrtt.t no 1.P 1 .1 , I. I 'pnrtmpnt cm lo trnnsfrrrod In an- i. 1 C ll, K.,ll.ll.tni HM, Ar. r vcrfd at two o'clock th volunteers ad nnxniiiK i" iikiii wiui ixe'ni uit lUUJJJn ill 111'' llllll) illll III 1 ..IV ilM', 1KIU no lire HUimmMi, lac iuf.h js ruuiinpu LONG DIVORCE SUIT ENDS. nttliei, s. MttheuN on Court Docket ."rnrly rhe Years. Montpeller, April 12. The dlvorco use of Nellln Matthews of Montneller Henry Matthews, which has been live jl'OIM, Wits pi'llieti nils illicr iiiun wneu iiiiiumii wuh Eianieu bill for intolerable severity and $700 nmnnw v n I rtniii in prism iin ho spot. H. A. Hoar of Darro appear d for the petitioner. Tho Jury In the case of W. W. Cute s Fife & Child, which was out all his morning that the defendants were lot guilty of converting the property i mi. pmiuiuis as alleged alio moy lunu :or tn tlctencl.ints to recover llPlr rtlSlR Tltn .Infmwlnnla l-nol.!,. t nUtUK MAN NOT OUI1TY. A jui-v was Imiiauelled this morning ) thr case of State vs. Henry Cater- .... iiitiiinu a jj.iiiu rtiy uri ni ci 11 f.'lltll rr In ,,lncr. ., nl.l . .... n - i.l.l,l,l-Y ,. 111,1 .i.. ' "m i ine iii- C...wl. ... .... . . ...... ,.w.,....IL ... mi.-!, iiiki rir4,s anil OOk ill lltllW'.ll llpf.irp 11... ..nc... l.n.l il.lll nn iim 1,... 1, .1.(11. II, illl il I J 1 1111. ...j. us. u iieveiopeii mat mere was an v--wiia iii i.iiiio ii'iu Mrs. .lolin I.. Moore of M. .Johnslmry . Hud lleiirl 1'nlllire. St. Johnsbury, April 11. Tho com niunlty. already shocked yesterday b: the sudden death of Dr. W. W. rjengo and the fatal railroad wreck nt llnrdwlck, were startled again this morning by the announcement of the death of Mrs. Fdlth Ilovoy, wife of John A. Moore, the letter carrier. She had been In ex cellent health this winter and died of heart failure while attempting to dress. Her husband and young sou Harry, found her dead In the room. Sho was Hie eldest daughter of Capt. 13. I U"v ey, a prominent real estate owner an 1 Grand Army man. Sho was about H! years old nnd was graduated from. St. Johnsbury Academy In tho clnss of l-i Ml. She also leaves another son about three months old. She was prominent In the social and musical circles of thi town and leaves a wldo clrclo of friends. WILL GET NEW DEPOT. Itr.slilents of West Itulimid Kittled oor .success of Tlielr Mine. Rutland, April XI. The State boara of rnllro.nl commissioners held n hear ing In this city to-day to consider i petition of residents of West Hutlnnd that the Delaware .t Hudson Railroad company build a new depot The old station bullied over two years ago and an old car has since been utilized as ticket office and waiting room. The hearing resulted in nn arrangement whereby the rallmad officials will sub mit plans for a new station to the commission for approval not later than April 23. The petitioners aio highly grotldPd over tho success of their 'move. SUCCUMBED TO SHOCK. Are both symptoms of orgarlo de rangement, and nature's warning to women of a trouble which will soon er or later dtclaro lUelf. How often do we hear women bat, "It seems ils though my bach would broak." Yet thoy continue to drag along and suffer with aches in the small of the back, pain low down In the side, drugging sensations, nerr ousness nnd no ambition. They do not realize that the back Is the main-spring of woman's organ- li.,,i ond nnlelfU' Tnrllnntcn liv Holllnc a diseased coudltlon of tho feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches and pains will continue until the cause ia removed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the mos. aucccscfut remedy In such cases. No other mediclno litis such a record of cures of feminine ills. I.Ilsn T.oimNogcirof 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y writes:- "I was completely worn out nnd on the verge of nervous prostration. My back ached all tho time, l nnrt orenaiui penous oi pain, nusanujcci ronis Carpets, Furniture, Stoves MISS LENA NAGEL oderE Merchandising! of crving aud extreme nervousness, ana was onvays wcait ana ttreu. Lvdia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured mc." T.i. din Y PJnlrbnm'n Verretubln Cnmnound cures Female Comnlalnts. s'. h"as Backache. Falling and Displacements, and all Organic Diseases. Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage. It strengthens and tones tho Stomach. Cures Headache and Indigestion and Invigorates the whole feminine system. Mrs, Pinkham's Mending Invitation to Women Wnmen tiifforlnrr from nnv form of female weakness are invited write Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, iass. Ilcr advice is free. DOINGS OF TROY CONFERENCE Want American Delegates Haue Conference to Urge Permanency of Tribunal. to BURLINGTON DISTRICT Presiding Killer Doiv Snn Home Train ing Should lie Itellril nn More Than Speelal leetlup-H In Developing tlellK'nn Conference Mceta .Veil In SuratOKti. Ilns ii( Ilnrxet Mill AVn Plnneil tinder 1Mb I'ly Wheel. nntvrt. April 11. At the SllUttleworth niarhhi mill yesterday fienrfre I,:ir."en of New York, awd T.3 years and Iiosk ot a Ban i? of elKht men who were moving a Mi; liy wheel, met his' death In a pe eullnr manner. I.airen was pinned down hy tho fly wheel whleh weljrhs three tons, nnd whleh slipped off the sUMs tiS the men were rolling In Into tho mill, lie was eaupht under ono of tho .spokes and wai qulekly released without a mark on his body, hut siieeumlied to the nervous shook, It Is believed, 10 minutes later. MANUAL TRAINING. Wiindnlnek tn f'onllnue ri I'opiilnr nnil Vnlunlilr Seliool, Woodstock, April 11. Woodstock is to continue next summer the ir.miual trnlnliiff school whleh proved su popu lar nnd valunhln last year. Jj. w. Wnhlstrom of the Hthlcal Culture School of New York city will asaln have ehaifro of the work- Classes in wood workliiR will lie formed for both day nnd evening-, A special "farm boys and plrls" elnss will also be organized for those who live nt some dlstaneo from the town. The work of the classes Inst year consisted of plain substantial articles of furniture and was very favorably commented on. It Is expected that tho nttendanee this year will be even larprer than Inst year. A special class will also be formed for teachers who wish to become fam iliar with this form of work with a view to Introducing It Into their schools. Mr, WahlRtron-.' has had con siderable experience In this form of school work ns a special teacher and supervisor In New York city and In dianapolis, Ind., nnd Is thnroiishly fam iliar with tho work. With nn opportunity for observing the work In tho classes nt Woodstock ns well as receiving direct Instruction tho conditions nre very favorable for teacher!!. There Is an opportunity for ten Ver mont .Stnto teachers, outside of Wind sor county, to avail themselves of this Instruction without any charge for tuition. As tho number which can bo nceommodnted Is limited, teachers who wish to avail themselves of this should apply to F. S. HlllliiKS. Woodstock, Vt before June 1. The people of Nuw Knylnnd are industrious and frutrnl. Tliey buy with a view to economy. They are ulirewd in determining those necessities whieh at a fair priec possess the greatest, value. This aeeounts in largo measure for the substantial sales of Made, by Smith & .Son, at White Uiver Junction. Every purehnsnr of a earton of HANOVERS receives 100 perfect Cruisers in a clean, odor-proof box. The Most and Best for the Money 1 SaratoKa, N. V April 11. Tho Troy conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church In session hero to-day ndoptnl resolutions calling on President Roose velt to Instruct the American delosja'.es to the IlaRiie conference to use their In fluence toward making the Ilnpiie tribunal a permanent body; toward a jenernl aibitratlon treaty and toward the re striction of armaments by tho unions. The conferenco iH elded to meet in Haratopa next year. After a wnnn debate, It was votedtosend delcfr.ites to the New York and Massa chusetts state councils of the federa tion of churches. Tho reports for the Kmllnuton district was read by Presldlnc Klder P. L. Dow. It says: 9 nriUdNC.TON niSTd'.ICT. Tho work of liurUntrton district has been carried forward by forty-four min isters who have sustained services in 61 churches and one hall. Of these mn U have occupied parsonages, the others have been students from the Troy Con ference Academy and Mlddlebury College. Two of our parsonapo homes have l en Invaded by death. Drother James Van Allium, our pastor at Hampton, who had been battling dlsense with lemarkable courngo for some time and who continu ed to prench until shortly before his death, was at length compelled to give up the unequal struggle and on August 21, iXfi, after having attended ceas- affalrs that needed special attention ceas ed to labor and live, leaving to mourn this loss a loving nnd devoted wlfo and daughter who had showered upon him their love and had done nil In their power to aid him In his work and maku him comfortnblo during the months cf his waning strength. On tho ISth of last November Bister Hcaxt. the accomplished and consecrated wife of our beloved and esteemed Hrother Foster C Heaxt of Bhelbunie, Vt., ono nf Clod s noble women who had Ijcen abundant In Christian activities, who had mndo tho parsonage a homo for her fam Hy nnd a center of social life for church and community, while finishing the work of the day In anticipation of the thanks giving occasion on the morrow, was sud denly stricken, "nnd was not, for find had taken her." Our brother with his family have thus hern greatly afflicted, but the source of support and consolation to which he has so often directed others In their affliction, Is his and theirs who share his sorrows. Hrother Merrill Hitchcock who had been compelled to retlrn from tho effec tive ranks on nccniint of falling henlth nnd who resided with his family nt South Shnftsbury, Vt., wns released from his enrthly weakness and suffering February 1M7. At the time of his death his daughter, Irene, a talented young lady of seventeen wis very low and on tho second day nf this month passed away. 5rnt)ier Hltchi ieit Is survived by a wife, whose strength failed not and whom loving care never falteud during tho Ions weeks of her husband's sickness and who, I am confident, may feel assured of the prayerful sympathy of the conference for lier nnd her fatherless children. In September our church nt North Hooslc wns left without a pastor by the transfer of the Hev. C, n, Rtebblns to South Dakota. Wo found It very difficult to supply the work, but was a bin to provide prenrhlnt; nearly every Sunday, and finally secured ns pastor tho nov, fioorgo IC. Webster from the northern New York conference. rucQmisTs of pastoiis. nrolhers, A. S. Clnrk and Delano Perry will ask to be released from the effective ranks nt this conference. They have been good men , full of tho spirit of self sacrifice and service, havo lived clean lives, pleached n clear gospel and I trust that for many years may enjoy tlielr well deserved rest. lirotner Anthony wolfred, who went to his new appointment at thn beginning nf the year In apparent strength and full ness of eonrngi! and who carried for ward his work with personal delight and acceptability to the peoplo of his charge, was taken sick some six weeks ago and has not been able In pr. aeh since, Hrother Wolford will ask for n cluing of relation for the coming year, Uurlim which time or rest we trust ho may be fully restored Hrother Art: nr J. Pennell of Hrldport, Vt., will ask m be left without appoint ment to nttei d one of our school. Ono of our "ung men, deorge F. Pol-' lock has decided to le.ivo our ministry nnd engago In secular work. DISTRICT mf.i:tincis. Two district Institutes have been held durlns the ye.ir. One In Juno at Wh'to Creek, tho otln r In Oct her at Vergenue, Vt. Hoth of th "e Institutes were charac terized by cxcillent piogramnies wlmli were Interestingly and helpfully carried out. The Vergeanes Institute was favored with the prience of the Hev. S. Mr Kean, D. D vlioso tlrst pastor.ito in the conference wai- at that place nnd who dellvored a 1" ture of Interest and In struction on e.irly Methodists and Meth-oalsm. The District Kpworth League held Its annual convent! m at llurhtigton, Vt., In October. The j uyslcnl formation of tho dIMrlot Is such as to modify the attend ance of any ( invention held either In the extreme i .rthern or suuthen ?r -lions. The add'.sses and exercises v.'ero of a high ordi -. tho Hoy. K. II. Hrown, I). V., of Albany and the Hev. Charles I.. I-eonard, 1 D., nf Plttslield, Mass , added much to the occasion by their able addresses. The Spring limve camp meeting was an occasion nf si'U splritu.il intenst. A strong force nf ministers gnvo tliTii selves heirtllv 'o the work nf tho meet ing. The pre.ir nff woh plain and power ful. The Hible Ladings by C. It. Ilawley, better than e.r. The purpose of tlin meeting, to s.iv. rlnnei's and Hp ng'hen believers was secured in an encourag ing tnen.snre. Farnc-t evai gel'.sllc efforts have been made In many ..f the charges, which have been owned of GVJ Conversiui h.ive been reported In twcnl.v-nlno charges' ranging fr"l!J, one to SO, Our Hrethr n havo largely. c.irr.cd on the spec nl mret Ings with suah.a d aa I hoy weie able i obtain from mlnbterial bnthien. P.nVIV.U.S MIE DHCI.ININO. I In many places difficulties were numer ous. Tho wlntei mnnths which arc oft. ,i depended upon at- a time for special me, t Ings, are quite fn ruiently hindered by drifts and sever, cold, More and niov it Is being made apparent that while we ought not to p'.iee less renphas .i upon the special servi "t, we should rely more upon home training, holding the children to the church, personal evangelism and the frequent utilization of the regular 7. leans of grace, including the services of the lord's day, as an opportunity to let down tho net for a draught. Conversions have been leporled as fol lows: Hennlngton 1.", Hrnson I, Hrandon 10, Hrldport 2, Hrlstol 12, Hurliugton F, Cambridge JS, Rupert 2, Fair Haven 20, Oranvllle 20, Hampton 3, Hlnesburgh 10, Hoosle Falls IS, Mnnchester Center n. Mention nnd I lost Pittsford 3, Mlddlebury , Monkton S. Pantnn 3, Pawlet 10, Pitts ford !. Pnultney 3. Priwn.il 2, llutland 21, South Shnftsbury f Shuhan and West Arlington 3, Tlnmouth ", Vertjeues ;i; Fcrrlsburgh 0, West Hebron and Belcher 30, Weybrldge White Creek S, North Hennlngton 10, Willlston 10. The benevolent Interests have been gen erally presented and I think a fair show ing will appear In the statistical ex hibit: We cannot hope that our aggregate missionary offering will equal that of last year ns that Included a special gift of ffet. I take pleasure In stating that tho I'nlon Church of Proctor placed fn my lvands the sum of t!ii for foreign mis sions. The material Interests ot the church have been maintained. DKATll OF IjAYMFK. During tho year Hrother S, 11. Weston, for many years netlwly Ideatltled with our church In Ulnooskl was taken In a ripe age to h's leward. Ho will be great ly ml.ssed by the community In which ho lived and from the counsels ot the church, but his memory nnd helpfulness will con tinue for he gave a block of property to the church which will perpetu.ito his financial support, so that neither pas tor's salary, current expenses, lepjlrs or benevolences will suffer on account ot his removal, Ills good wlfo who survives his loss was In full sympathy with hlni In his purpose and airii'igements In this dhrctliiu. At Hooslc Falls another of our noble laymen was called to Ills home above The Minnnons came suddenly, without a moment's warning our old friend and Hrother Wlllln.ni Kelyer was taken, but ho had prepared for such nn event and It was found that he had provided In UCH of the pleasure of life is in having things when you want them and need them most. We apply the Credit Principle of banker and wholesaler to the retail purchaser and give the best possible goods at lowest cash prices and permit weekly, month ly or any arranged payments as best suit your convenience. Notice if you will a few of our numbers selected at random, and remember we trust you. Ihk Sewing Machine Is priced down to tho last cent nnd is warranted for live years. Oak Case, 4 drawers, full set at tachments, drop head at $14,84 and we trust you. S14.34 Go-Carts Are much in evidence at this season. Ours wore bought six months ago before the recent raise in prices. That's how we can offer such remarkablo values for the money. S11.47 ulJl li ft lJW-fc-!f t-i CiaJi aunty '- Z mM b Mi (Jlscwood Mm mmmm Posltlvclv cuird by these .Llttlo VillR. They also relieve Pla- trctH from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hoarty F-atlns. A pf rfect rem cdyJcrWzzlneiis, Nausea Drowsiness!, IlaU Taiito 111 tUo Mouth, Coated Toneue, Pain In tio Hldo, TOItl'ID LIVEK. Thoy rcpilalo tho Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. TUT m-nmiiT"" Genuino Must Bear Fac-Similc Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES, ICARTER'SI fwrm . . mja Tl.t i PILLS. -itlDi S31.00 The Glenwood Range We are new to the Range business but are here to stay. We picture here a MODERN GLENWOOD, plain and sensible, not an installment store stove but a GLENWOOD with all the GLENWOOD FEATURES. Dealers ask as much as $50.00 for this stove. OUR PRICE ONLY $31.00. And you may pay by the week. S 111 f& n B A tfi i he Store of Modern IVIethods ! S hla will for the last J2,CX) of the church debt, which money will soon be paid for the rest of tho debt whleh at the time ot his death was some lvm been paid work. Reports conrernlns tho Kpworth IeaRues show that added Interest Is mani fest In many of the local chapters. Two nnd in the near future the debt will bo 'now leaRties nnd two Junior loafrue-? havo cancelled, but that was not all for been organized on tho Wst Hebron and Hrother Kelyer also left J3.IW, come or wiucn is 10 oo usvu tile lu lu tho Uoleher eharse. The Iadies' Aid societies aro In many mclntennnco of a pew and support of , places rendering valuable service. the church ho so doarly loved for all I xroy Conference Academy, beautiful for comlnt; time. situation and a Joy of tho whole confer- still continues to Increase In stu- havo been slad they wero no worse. 1 have been placed undor lasting pnttltudo to ministers, their families and the peoplu of tho district who have treated mo with Krnclous kindness nnd frnerous hospital ity. Mr. Wesley said: "Our peoplo dm well." My experience has been that our peoplo live well. At any rato 1 havo fount them Rood llvors on the days of my visita tion, Ions may they live. A fund or JfJw nas oeen provioeu inr inu enee benefit of tho Pittsford Church to oc dents, .ilumni. endowment nnd enteiprlso. known as the Charlej Hitchcock fund. Tho current year has been amoim tho At llrlstot, Mrs. Bradley Barlow who i,fst m Jts history, special evangelistic 3led March 19, 1907, left 1500. tho Income of .services were held plans for the enlars?- whlch Is to bo used for tho ohurcn. liiont and Improvement of the Institution t. tw. ml n .TlA1 1 .1 C t September left I A Clear Hrulii and healthy body nc essential for success. Business men. teachers,, students, housewives, and other workers say Hood's Parsaparlll i i (fixed them appetite and BtrotiKth, and I niaktis tholr work seem easy. It over ; comes that tired feeling. CARTERS WlTTLE IlVER lliS-8- lefjary of J1.CC0 to be known ns the Nnncy M. Andms Meadou i ipieat, me iiii.,iii,7 ui huh ii i .... ii' . piled on tho pastor s salary. , ciirncn iMi'noraMKNTS. IlurhiK tho jear tho work of otilarKliiR and remodelint; our church In Bennliiirton was commenced, Tho work has been ear- i rled on under tho leadership of the pastor, ('. W. rtowley, I'. II. D,, who has had tho hearty and pronormis support of his people. Inability to obtain requlslto bulldlnK ma tenilal made It neeessary to suspend work In the late fall, since which time all tho services have been held In tho lower rooms of the church. The work hns as-aln boon commenced and will he pushed to comple tion and when finished will ho commodi ous, lmposlnc In appearance and well adapted to all lines of modern church ac tivities, Expenditures for i f pairs and Improve ments on church nnd parsonane property have been ns follows: lirldport. )10; Hrlstpl, $30; C.tmbrldRP, new inolor, $130; Castleton, painting and Kair Haven, carpet for church, J.'X-; Onto lepalrs on church and p.usoniiKe, tDOil; v Hie, painting parsouago and furtHshing fur same, $310; Hlnchurgh, new church organ, $40; Hooslck Mills, parsonage re. pairs, $2o0; Manchester, $iS; Kast Pitts ford, new windows, steel celling, Interior decorations on church, $200; Mendon, on parsonage, $(0; Monkton, on church and parsonage, $lfl; North I'errlsburgh, S-Wj Itacevllle, carpet and furnishings, JUOj North Hooslck, f-JB; Wells, I5; Pawlet, SI", Poultnoy, $100; Pownnl, painting church. $:00; Hutland, irpnlrs on furnaca and sheds, Jl'.O; Khelbunie, painting par sonage, etc., $27Ti! Shushan, church steps, $10; Tlmnoutli. for parsonage, $30; Vor geunes, church and pursonaKe repairs, $fiil, a new hell has also boon Installed. Tho In terior of the West llehion church hns been rejuvenated, redecorated and recar- I peted' nt n cost nf 13". Weyhrldgo has expended on paiwuugo $00 nnd has now lamps for church Wllllslou, on patson age, fili, nnd Wln.ioski, $75. 1 OTUKU INRTITI'TIONS. ' Tho Sunday schools many of which I havo vlHlted, ee in to be doing a good . Thus nnother year has been added to tho Burlington district tho full history of which has not nor can not bo written. The results of some labors havo appeared in part and can bo tabulated while other elforts equally earnest and well directed, h.ivo shown ns yot no visible results, but labor In the Iord is not In vain, and In duo tlmo the stalk and full corn In the ear, fruitage, will appear, for haul and faithful work has been performed by tho ministers of this district. To me the voir has brought many blessings and the win): has been mostly agreeable. All the pleas, nut weather that has ov.io d r ng the et. sons I have enjoyi d When the storms havo come and the fris!s hiv be-n keen, OHAMPLAIN TERCENTENARY J Sfr Yuri; Committee Pinor n Com ' iiiIk!iii to Arrimce Celebration. I Albary. Aprh 11. Tho Assembly ways and means committee reported favorably n concurrent resolution pro viding for the appoltutni nt of a com 1'ilshimi consisting of tho governor, throe iissemblynion and threo senators to represent tho State at a conferenco by a similar commission from Vermont and Canada to arrange for tho propef observance In 1?0S of the ter-centen-nry c lehration of the discovery of hake Champlnln. WBSm- B CURED The Circulation Stimulated and 1he Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Slo SMS Limnverct ill I I lO . J VJ IWV. U V l,JJ fp Sold by &II Dealers1 T ... '-Sloan's Treatise On The HorsewSenT Free AddressDr. EarLS.SIoan,Doston,Mass.B il" IB 1!