OCR Interpretation


Burlington weekly free press. [volume] (Burlington, Vt.) 1866-1928, September 05, 1890, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Vermont

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86072143/1890-09-05/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

'"' '
"Otic
AOL. LX1V, NEW SKRILS VOL. XXXVI.
lUlRLINGTOX VT FRIDAY, SEITUMHLR
1 890.
NUMBER 10
THE
ELECTOR.
A otc by Counties Through
out the State.
REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN
Rutland Prefers Democracy
High License.
RESULT IN CHITTENDEN COUNTY.
hi miliary nl llio Vnto for tlio County
Ticket liy Ton i.
-- A- r-i'rjp?
- -.h
i:
!
- 2? ySsaiyiisnobert!.
c "5. x :: 2 S S : S-J r.f winy.
i-23- So?UC'or)intf
cc'ifi!8a: S$72Qi'i"Inii.
: miOWAHI).
i JSSlONE.
-. r V.n x:!SK: itiSsJCiwireM.
I '
I.isonaiui.
'. : : : : I I : '. Dk.vn.
i- . .. v s e ss ft c
sesiiiS
r;im-.
r Cushraan.
Slnghl'iit,
.-i
: 1'onn.
l?.i!Hyniiovet..
I : : I : : : : : Hovn:.
I v:.'.'fV!28S: 'Allurtua.
i : cadv.
8i!ib:i;iiu.
Fuiuii-goj.
ELECTION RETURNS.
'J hp Vnto by Cnuutirn ami Towns,
Addison County,
IKS.
TO).
a
4
9 S
. i
. -,r. ,, i c fiuilor
200 IS 4 111 18 1
1U0 35 121 241
3D I 73 10 333 fll 12
20i! 0 7 1UI1 15 4
330 19 It 2U2 IS 111
131 11 2 101 15
H3 S
-.3 7 117
70 37 1 ft. 31 li
2U2 3S 0 105 IB 32
211 Sil 0 177 'S3
510 83 52 m 01 27
31 01 3 109 01 3
215 47 2 HI 50 3
7u i i ; 8 a
isn 28 & a; 2r
20.) M 5 145 SO 5
201 4S 7 121 CO
150 16 .9
1. J) AVii
'v p Chase,
- , li'.luylor,
irt, ' it "ii
o ( 1) iimii
,., i:
H A Dun.
. ii osiiw".
II-
W N i.ovf.
M . I bin A
I'l oi .-It
Mill i b ii v,.l I. Hut-
i j Ii K
i! i.ii, c; t
i. ..u ....
( .i. ii 11 llibba cl.
It
f ntuu.i Ki-ld.lt.
1' ,it n , J I. ( iirxlroo,
li ... .
Hie Ii II W liic-
1 1 anl. it ....
hi m or". .1 V Cur-
v liter, H : .
hiillHbur., ii l llur-
1-tt, 11
Vcrgcnnc9,II 1' Flh-
er, 1) 210
Wtilthaiu, A M Ilal-
lnck.lt 51
Wliitinji, It 11 Need-
linm.ll 19
We In-ldgo, John A
.1(1111131, It 111
87
1
10
8
0 113
.. 63
1 M
fi 7,1
7:1
HI
2
8
o
Total
tlo9 Til
liuiinliiutiiii County
Arllnatnn.AVSPhll.
Hps, n ins inn
Hl.nlnelnn,IUobnril
1 1.W 121
i ICS ins
.11 nonunion, i).... r,8 ,ru;
Dorset. John 17 Buf-
fimi, Labor '.'31 113
Ol.nionbury 3 I1
Lundgruve 50 il
Abmeliester, K U Or-
vi, k . ... air.i pn
Peru, A (i bimoiiils,
It S3 25
l'ownal an 101
Itondsborn 112 73
Rupert, .1 WCurpeu-
lor. It in n
Sa'i(lHto,A 12 Ilebee,
It m Jit
srarshurith.. . IS) 7
tliaftsbury. (Ieorgo
U Montgomery, 1).. 217 135
Stanford- ' . ... :r 7(!
Hundnrliind SI 57
Wintaall 117 15
Wooilford, Alburt
Wovl, 11 25 ,w
0 2i17
71 25
Ml 117
to
07
HI
31
73
21 10
Total.
...2031 1127 8.5
Cnlnlonla Coiinly
ll.irnet.DSIIarviylt 232 113 6
isurke. DavliI (,'oo, 227 B)
DanrllU-, Gporto 11
linvls, I) :.5I 215
(Irotun, S N Ka?t-
unin, I) in lid
llanlwlck, M Tuck-
or.H 2-JI 7S
Klrby, Henry linn-
m-y, 1 52 22
I.rmlon, W A llcmla
It 2IW 212
yen ark, I) I) full'-
bnnkt.lt 01 65
l'mohaui. J It Kon-
uiHon.lt 102 42
Itji't;ate. I'nv C! K
CaiiftrUl. It .. 1M 72
Sholllelil, W Hrnil-
loy. It M 51
.lobnsbnry. Flank
Walker, I! .. 70,1 253
Maniinrd, " S Oan-
ii-K it 3 r.
Sutton 121 55
Wnlilen, J II UoffiTB
, U Ill II
Haterfmd. CheMrr
Ilrown, It 118 42
Whueloek. .S O Cieo
1) 101 f)0
10 in
15 210
2 110
41
212
71
17
114 181
10 31
19 213 171
fi 57
0 !I8 20
11 110 55
20 57 IS
37 551 109
1 15
SO
f5
Total 31H7 IIS) 175
t'llltteniloll County.
Bolton 85 IB 32 SO
liurlinuton. Kdward
WelK 870 . 1401 10.T)
Charlotte, A. IljIriK-
lon 217 22
Ciilehenter. 'i tilth
.l.tlt II. 21'l ... 55S 40)
KfC.Y, II. it. Daviall 201 M0
II llienlnucli, (' S
IVtk . 301 12
Huutiut.tuli.O l'oiu-
lison. It 189 31
Jorieho, i: CI ay,
lis 241 CO
Milton, A. (J. 1 ay MJ 113
ltiehmond, II.
l'a lea 21 1 70
Slielbtirno. N. II. Mll
inr, 03 119 t:
South luilinglon,
Fin y. llriiril 102 00
ft. liooivx, lleiuy
I.awieneo . . .21 1
I'nJerlilll, 1'. .1.
lUtllant. 1 1(11 105
estloid, ll.W.lllee
It. 215 21
Willlston. lloniur
rii:ht 211 31
Total lilt 23KI
21 115.3 fiOO
15 1S9
i sir; 451
17 10'
2 1T5
12!)
13 153
1 211
IS
TO
81
90
70
10
2)1
II
43
1711
6 139
2 75
II
10 1U1
I 131
7 1S3
I 5
Tlio uhovo ten tmvm henrd from givo
I'ngo I74H. Hrislmui 157o, Allan y.j a ma
jority for I'ago of 1:15.
K-,e' ;ouuty.
Illoomlield ii5 31
lirlahtnn. Nathan
! P
I!ob-on, It 190 127
lliun-. li-U 12 15
Cm nan n .... OJ 58
I 'inn oi-il. .S 11 Kol-
Iolv. It 2117 01 If
151 131
Kasl Haven 37 1(1
34 15
(iri'iib .. .. 13 10
(uildhall, (leiirnoJA
liuliiiuril.lt us 3
42
I.mini;loii 17 27
I.ununburali. Ueorco
w hi i. It lm r
JliiiUslont, Chailin
'lovelii", I) li 34
Norton 12 4n
Victory 4-i 22
Totals 1W 537 S".
rraiiklin Cnunty,
Uiikollcld. I! It
Mart, t 15 10 1
0
a
2J
i;
l
12 no
Herkhlihu, N I! I'.iul
II 1IU 01
rJnoHburclOlin.Mor-
rill, It T.i bB
'ail lax, I' W .Sluii
aidiion. It 213 01
177 K
8.1 313
1-airflelil HI 207
I letelier, (. ! lay
lor. 1) . .. 125 III 2 57
07
IX
161
ai
71
CO
K'.l
ri-.inklin 21 37 12
Uuorgiii, K I, I add, I! 213 55 10 101
tiiKURaiu. .i ii tan-
ilereon. II ... 2VI Hi, Ii 1,7
MouiKonic ry, Jam.
V il.i ili-)ie.l. It 311 II 3 177
Hiclifnni. Henry II
liouth. 1) 273 71 7 210
hhelilon, 10 M ilrown
It. 17. I J 0 123
SI. Alliant, i 'ol. i:;C
S.nil l. t SJTj 3&I 25 732
hrfiiton. iiliiim il
ISIake. r . It 337 211 5
Tola! -
HM 1013 107
tiiiinil lij County.
AiburKli, II Wcilg
wurlh. It 170 53 2 137 51 1
Uriinil lble, II oral lo
lnlialilnll. It . I liJ 113 .. Ill) 53 1
Ible I,a Aloltf, K
KliiUry. 11 03 20 ,. 75 39 .
North llero US 37
South Hero. l)r (J
W Putty. II 71 77 ..09 05 ..
Total.. .
l.umol Ho i)iinty.
Ilolvidere.A I) Chan
dler. I) 81 30
Ciiuiorldiio, 11 (i
Ma.oy. I! ....210 07
Lilcii, .1 i; Waiien.l) IK I II
Kiniure. J Tllill, I!. 07 10
Ilvrle Park. V D
Filch, I 'armors' L 230 bit
JolitiMin, N A Wot-
erinuu. It 219 fit
Mnirlklou n,F B Liv-
hmeion, It 3so M
Ktove, noi rept.Hin'd 263 09
Wiitenille. B It
liouuliton, It 112 20
Wnlcntt. C A Hoed,
li 210 21
Total 1070 595
1 01 5i 2
7 182 83 7
3 40 127 2
11 51 13
7 1K3 170 1
0 131 58
23 171 231
12 131 IV) 10
3 115 50 2
0 112 til
7J
7
OrniiKu County.
Bradford, PSCtiam-
berlm, fanners L.. 108 llll 28 122 121
llramtreti, Allen
f luit.lt ll 05
Hrooklleld 174 57 II
I l elbea, J K Darling
It 243 6,'j 8 117 111
Corinth, (looruo W
Dnvl-, D 168 141 3 131 1U0
Folrlie, M V.'Suiith,
It. .. . 47 '. I 15 30
NrwbiUT. A A Oliu.
Klead. I) i3 i'JU H5
Oranun.J H Cave. It. 117 48 108 45
Rundoliih, Itoliert J
h'iiiibnll. It 611 175 3 455 132
MriilToril, I? P Hyde.
It lot fil 117 66
Tbetford, 11 A Cum-
lliit.g- 209 15J
Topsham, C F Hmitli,
It Itll 110 17 131 Ki
TimbrlilKC Clcorito
Ilrown, It 210 llll 111" 32
Wrslilre, 11 Coltnn,
II ii H 70 7
WntliliiKtun, (I I'.
1 1 imiinm mi, it., ir.2 ch m 05
Wct KalrUc, II M
.Mllinr, 1) m 75 3 CO 73
Yiillainalottn l.VI 77 7 J 22 113
Tol ills 30" 1570 101
Urlnani (Niuiity,
Albany. M H Cliaf-
Toy. It 108 IB 0
llarton 21 lui 30
Iliniviitimton 150 II 3
(JlmrloHimi 211 15
Covontry, Isaac I'nr-
kcr.lt Ill 20 12
Crnftabnry 212 (tl 11
lJcrb,W.SItotibin,Il 2H7 HI fi
(Hover. !' lleiin 183 13 ..
(Jrcenabor 0,1 .A Jack
son, It 110 41 II
Hull ml, U 1. Kid.
dcr. It SO 85 1
Iraabtirub LUThomp
ton, It IM 20 f
.lav Hi 10 2
l.owoll. C! C Tlllot.
noli, li 110 72 2
Mornin, E C Bur-
315
90 49 0
07
05
4.1 85
125 38 1
MI1II1S. I, lU.J
Newiiott, II Thrash
er It
'Iroy
nVatlleK
Vet6Ulllro
403 103
219 111
mi :i.i
12 17
3 213 109
'i ..'
Total. .
3. '27
053 01
Iiutlaiul County
Ilenson, .1 11 Aiken,
It 15!)
llra'idon. II M tilli-
son. it 659
Caitletol), J J JoueiH,
It 3:81
II 4 131 37 5
180 II 370 207 If
110 0 2UI 101 li
21 I 115 0
42 113 18
58 2
169 20 !3 139 III
51 57 30 25
10 62 15
44 8
39 117 15 1
33 5 103 51 I
7 51 10
61 19 170 17 15
12
83 0 1S3 142 10
157 10 230 127 IS
3) 0 113 28 7
030 20 003 735 3D
21
10 131 31
41
23 2
H7 1 210 102 2
55 3
4 3 10 3
373 )K5 3S3
Chlttendon, 1-j llor-
lon. It
Clarendon, I, K
128
CroII.lt
Danby, .1 V K'elUy I
175
113
1 nlrnavoti, u i
I 'motor. I)
407
1 1 ii libi ii 1 1 1 on. F A
Toiiiuiai, It Ill
liu, i: h While, II...
Miilili.ll
no
to
Mldillelmrn,
V ,
135
N W
204
Ii J
nray.lt ..
Ml. Holly.
Cook, II .
Ml. Tabor,
llrllTulli, li
Pawlet. U Blakelv.
01
It 231
1'lttMield 110
rltlsfiinl, K i-mitli...
1) 277
I'nultnev, It Huin
libroy, I) 100
I'ioi tor, F 1) Proc
tor. It W,
tint hind. T W Ma
lonev. I) l:w
r-lieibiime 70
Hhiewsbiiry. 5 h
liueklln, II ... 105
Sildbur.1. W J
(nMer 77
12
Tiniuouth 03
WallinjtrorU. C A
Clayhorii. U il08
Wells 05
West Haven, F O
Abell. P. 55
it ltutland, -M W
Conner, 1) 359
Total 0313 2793 130
W'ltHtilnzlon Count.)
liarro, V II Perry.
K 51" a52 13
.'131
lluli.i.J KlAiigilnn,
It 200 in ; i:ti 05
Cabot, O Filt. 1).... 101 7.) 9 111! 65
Clinic W U Pierce.
I) 180 111 1 110 110
Unbury, .1 V. Cros-
kclt, it 12.5 01 2 01 53
i;a-l .Mnnuielier, F
II Kelton. It 181 38 .. 00 13
l'lHStoii, W IS Cbai-
mun. It 08 21 .. 3S 11
Mundilleld.l.l.Nuto,
I! 178 ?J fi 131 72
Middle-ex, J I! Dar-
luiL-. I! 100 0
Monliielier, I. Halt
( in... 11 :.0 332 7 5111 F3-)
Moietoivn. .Matthias
Ciinnoii 1) .. .. 1U3 02 2 HI 123
Northlteld. II I.Ken-
iim, I) 3.1(1 312 13 301 28'
I'laie.l'.eld. E J linrt-
1..II. li .. l'.O .-1
Iloxbury. no elecl'n, 100 122
Waitslield, It .1 lik a-
sou. it .. mi m
Wan rn. J i: 1:1-
drodKO. 1! . .. 100 45
Wnterbtivj. Di- Hen
ry Janes, I! .... 310 01
Woodbury. II Jatie.
117 0.1
01 113
80 31
109 69
174 10)
171 100
M 78
12
1! 133
Won ester, Horatio
Tesiiiileton, I) 118
12
05
159
Total 4120 2150 00
Winilli.iiu County,
Athens, .leiemluh SI
Powers, li .... 33 23 1 30 17
Briittleliorn. O A
Mat shall. I) 10.13 l.V. !iS 071 118
llloiiklinu 20 II 3 .. .
Dover Oil 31 5
Diiliimerston, J A
Mill". It 125 7)0 I 90 2s
(iriifton, II Phelis,i: 17.1 12 2 101 59
liuilford, 130 01 ,.
Ilalfax, 113 Is 1 .. ..
Jamaica, I) r-horwlu,
li 231 10 I 172 3i
Londonderry, J SI
Taibell, It 830 35 4 Isl 01
Marlboro. Clark 1.
A l.iins, I) 102 2) .. 57 27
Newliine. diet-ti r U
Perry, 11 lt7 :ti S
Putney, A B Hew.
oil, li IPO 00 2 .. ..
Km k iimlia m. J ii
illbims, ) 481 270 18 .. ..
Mimrrot 10 11 1
Mi.iltoli 3,5 10
To '. nseiid, F. L llast-
ii.ljs, li 20,1 :) 0 115 31
Vi i noli, A Mebblns,
I! 83 28 1 03 15
WuriMioro.I) Cl)u-
ter. I! 167 27 2 131 23
Westmirnler. F J
llouirhtou li....... 101 31 .. 125 25
Whlllnijlinui 15: 105
Wilmington. Hoio.t
1
Munn, Jrll 178
Wliidha . J.
hleaiut, li 1071
05
1
3
4351 1530 100
Windsor County.
Alidover, PT Marsh
It 1"3 I
Ilaltiiniiru 15 2
Barnard. Jerotno
112 13
Morunti, H 163 80
llelliell.J C Burnett,
It SO SI
llrldirewnlor. W D
.lobUHi'i. It HO 101
(.Hveiullsh, Albili S
Bui buik, II ... 200 13
I bester, James K
Pollard, It 320 iiO
Ilaitlord, llooico C
Bioekwav. It .. 410 105
Haillarnl, H F Uir-
rabee, U 2ia 02
Ludlow, Illiuni M
Warner. 1) 333 00
Norwli h, WHCIogs-
ton, II 10.' 106
Plymouth 170 20
Pomfrct, Human
BllKbee.lt 181 10
liiai.inu. I) b Hoi-
den, it 173 20
lloelii-tur. Fsyettu
Kerr, It 311 31
ItujHllun. W U
Smllb. I! 231 73
Slliinoa, D V. Pal K-
liimt.lt 118 73
KprliiKlleld, 11 W
ll'ir ow. II 612 110
tsto. khrMitP, F K
Sieole. H 2.J5 28
Weatlierl.old, (J
Am-den. It 229 31
Weston. W W .Man-
nmi4, It D7 25
3 117
1 231
115
HI
1 270
1 207
170
ft
W
05
34
51
01
10
22
5
4
I
in
1
101
113
218
143
12
13
it)
41
1
17 cOO 69
4 121 21
West Windsor, J ('
Tajlor. It 131
Windsor, II (J Fn
rlKht, li 275
Woodstock, Henry
Hoynton.lt 180
10 01 18
03 293 6,3
91 251 03
Totals 5C85 1169 42
Later Itcturin.
Blnco tlio nbovo tnble "d'o mado out
tlio follow inn list of. loprcsontntlvei olectod
has boon received:
Marshllcld, 1. 1) Nule. It.
Caiiaun, It II Frelu, li.
CbclHea, .1 K DarlliiK, II.
Woodbury, .1 il H.illey. II.
ltaiidolnli, it .) Kimball, It.
lteailsboro, II K Paisons, l!
(Hover, Freeilm in llean, It.
Weston, W W Mniinlua. It.
I'ittslleld, fleorne t'bndel. It.
Hrooklleld. It W Walbrlduo. It,
Warren, James I; F.ldrldirc II.
llrldiruwater, v. I), .lolui'on, li.
Ml. Tabor, J. .1. (irinllb. It.
Monti.eller.T P Kelloii, It
Wostmore. II fl Farmer, Ii.
Mitton, V I, (lilmaii, I)
Winhall, K. .1. Kiudall. I).
Mrullcm, (I M Snilih, it.
Baltimore. F Prenton. Ii.
lieadlm;, I). S. lioideii, K.
West Windsor. J. C I'.-.ylor, II.
Athens, , I, Al. Pinters, It.
Jay, A. A. Matombe:-. 1).
.Searnhnrith, A. Bn;ri(s. 1).
I.cmiiiKlnu, (). ( otall. I).
liranhy. II. C. Wlleox, It.
Ilubb.iidton, F. A. TlulunS, li.
Clarendon, 1.. I. Croft, li.
West Haoli, It. CaU'll, K.
llarton, W. r). 1. Iioblieon, I.
IMtttnl W. P.. Nlles, Ii.
I.andurove, A. Child?, li.
Fnlrllo'd. I '. C. i'louiy, 1).
Franklin. IJ. Prouty, 1).
Mitton, W. I., liilman, It.
Stiuiiiiiiri In Countlns.
S
J 3 g Towns No. of
e -C Iio-inl towns
i. (3 (torn in Co.
Addison .... 2730 'ill 111 20 23
PcuniiiBlon. .. 1353 113' 4'i II 17
Caledonia ... ISlll 1H75 49 13 17
Chittenden. .. 1743 1513 35 .. 10
l.sos 310 101 12 3 13
Franklin . .. 1741 l'-".'i 71 10 II
Urn nd Me.... Mil 311 6 I 6
Lamoille 1135 1035 27 10 10
Orange .... MO IKl 17 13 17
Orleans 8', I 131 0 18
Ktitland 3S13 31" 4 377 20 15
Washlmitnn -"il- 3i.i; 51 Is I'l
Wlndbani .... 1.71 715 i II 23
Windsor .. 3i.9l lu2l .30 Is 31
35,.)ll ll.WI HOI 1115 213
Caledonia County (N)illilete.
Joiinsiii uv. Sept. Coniilete rc
ST.
turns
'i .5n
from Caledonia county e;ivo Pago
Hiit'liain HWii. Allen 1IW. PnKe'o
lilunillty !'.i2. DiiliURiiam it Is plnlmed. al
lied comity by ! 0 IS plurality. Iteimblicau
ilurality in 1-.SS, 1.S5!!.
Tlio Iteiullilleun Muli- Ticket In V.'liiillniin
( oiinty.
Iir.A-rTi.Kunni). Vt. Sept. it. llottirns
from Windham county co isplel save one
mall town with loss than ill) votus mivo
tho repiiblienn State ticket 1 1 10 majority,
as against 'Ji'dlO to yenrs ago. The repub
licans elect li and Ihe democrats d repre-
st'iitutivoi. Tlio prohibitioni-l-. cast about
10 votes in the county as aRiinst 1U!I to
years ao. ino ivji.:-'! . icily ticket has
been coiii.tilerably scratched, tlio democratic.
10
mlidate for Ktate t, attoi r.ev rncMvlus a
majority of votes in at least thrci towns
mil running but few behind his ropublicati
opponent in others. (Ion. Croat fur Con-
ress ran well up to the head of tho repub
lican ticket.
Csiux Couuly C'oinpele.
Island Pd.mi, Vt.. Sept. 3. All tho
towns in F.S-MX comity give Page 7'2li, I'rig
liam 1H7. Tlio republican county ticket is
elected bv noni'ly '.'0') majcrity .Seven
towns elect republican representatives, four
(loinocriitt, one independent nt Fu-t Haven,
no cbolco at last reports.
Tllu Villi, lor (,ii I'l-nor as Compaloil with
Tllllt ul I.XSH.
Wniru ItivKit Jt ni tid.v. Vt., Sept. Ii,
10:110 p. m. I lue hundred and oislity-eight
towns givo Page, ropublicati, 2i,7.Vi, Bri'4
ham, democrat. ISSll. all others, 10d'.',
majorily for Pni5e, 10,Mi'.'. Thu sumo
towns gave Dillingham, ropublicati, in llstf?,
"H.tjOl, Sburtletl. .lemocrnt, 15,18:!, nil
others, 110S, majority for Dillingham 2;!,
270. The total number of democrats elected in
towns heard fiom is 1 1, u gain of 2li for the
democrats over lbtiS
RUTLAND DEMOCRATIC,
1 booms W. 5I,ilone Defeats 1'. 5V. Clem-
out b n .11a,ol-lt ot 31.
Hi ri.A.vi), Vt., .Sept. II. Tho hottest and
most protracted contest for town repros.cn
tivu in the history of Rutland losultod, nfter
four ballots lasting till !i:J0 this morning in
tho election of Thomas W. Staloney, demo
crat, by ol majority over ihroo other can
didates, l'ho contest was noteworthy Iih
cause ltutland is reeoguued as tho homo of
high lieon-.e inneiiieul mid the defeat of P.
. Clement, republican, and farther ot tlio
movement was lu compli-lied by a small
minority, about 2111) proliilutioiils'..- voting
for the democratic candidate.
THE VOTE FOR CONGRESSMAN
Until
Powers anil (iroul Load
on"
With
tlootl AtiiJorltiiM.
Wiiiti: 1 1 1 i-It ,li M i liix. Sept. f.
Nlniity.six towns in tho second congression
al district givu Ili-out 11,11)0; Hlitirtlell',
I152S : scatturuig. 0: majority for liroiit.
057.
Kevonty-threo towns In the llrst congres
slonal diitiict givo Powers, republican,
10,!)75 : SInlouy, democratic, li',121) : major
ity tor Poweri 11)55. Tho number of towns
to bo heard from in the first congressional
1
district is .111 in the second district do.
Yolllinnt I'cllslonol s,
Wasiiim.tov, A-ig. 20. Tlio following
Vermunteis have been grant 'd pensions:
Original, Slclwllu Cliapmuu of North
Springlloldi Harnh, mother of John 11.
Sturtuvant of HI. Allmns.
AVasiiim.tii.s, Aug. 111. Tlio following
A'ermoutor.s have boon granted pensions:
Original, AV. 11. Jenks, D.mby.
AVasIIINI'.TO.v, Sept. !1, The following
AVrmonters huvo boon granted pensions:
Original, Johu Hunt of Brattleboro, Perry
(i. Wells of Wallmgfoid, (ieorgo W. Cam,
deceasod of Cholsoa, Isaac 11, Kdiley, de
ceasod of West Diimmcrston nnd .lames
Laiubort of Hlghgale.
Voriiionl Ciop Itepoit,,
AValtslleld Oats tiro yielding very poor
ly, thoso that havo thrasliisl report from
25 to 85 bysliols per acre, (.'urn, as a gen
eral thing is very good, though not as ourly
as sonio yuar. Potatoes aro yioldiug well,
and aro of exccllimt quality.
Uls La Mottn Farmers aro l ucouraged
over the prospects of better prices for their
produce.
11
MURDER MOST FOUL.
Tlio Town of I'errlslmruli Minrbed by n
SIol llrtit ill Clinic.
Ari:iuinN-KS, Vt., Kept. 1. Tlio town of
Forrlsburgli is shocked by tho most brutal
murder that hns ovor occurred in tho vicin
ity. Frederick Collott, aged nbout 22
yenr.s, whllo standing bosido Ids wife, to
whom ho lias been mai riod less than n year,
Is shot through tho glns door of his house
and almost Instantly Iclllod. Tho mnrdorer
is snpposod to be Alplionso CiiriiUeUo, aged
nbout II), a former suitor of Collet t's
wife. Ho w ns nrrosted and in his room
was found n doublo barreled shotgun, ono
barrel of which bad beau recently dis
charged. Tho supposed murderer was in tho employ
of Itoliert Sattloy, living about one mill
west of Ferrisburgh Contra. Tho 1to;ise
where the murder was committed, is about
ono mile cast of tho Centre. Sirs. C'ollett
is tho daughter of Alonzo Pigeon of Ver
gennes and was equnlly admired bnfoi.'
morrlago liy tho murderer and his v ic, "til.
She was married about Christmas tiino to
Called nnd Ch.niuetlo is said to havo repeat
odly threatenod to kill the litnti that robbed
him of his swootbenrt, and this pointed him
out as tho murderer.
The tcene ut the house wus ap
palling. Kvery one fl.nl the house
ns the victim Icll, shot through the left Hide
of his bend, blowing out his brains, and de
luging the table and lloor with blood.
Clinqtietto was arrested by ( Iftlcers Fisher
and Rates, and brought direct If to the 'i r
gciutes lock-up. A iosl mortem examina
tion wnsorderod Moudny nltenioon, at which
Drs. riliipman of Vorgeunes and Cram of
Fon isburgh were m-esi-nt. The result is not
yet pabllslied. Tho exammation of tho
prisoner, which will tnko place in the ePy
ball, A'ercnie -, is set down for Wednes
day at 1 1 o'clock, when Quito's Attorney
AVtlds, tis.lsteil by W. II. Hlig, will bo
present on behalf of tlio Stnle.
niitKNM-.. Sept. 2. The circumstan
ces of the terrible crime forms Ihe theme of
excited crowds in Verguniios and Ferris
bnrgli, uml it lookeil ul. ono time as if a vig
ilance committee was liable to bo formed
At the post mortem held Slouday,
in which Dr's. .Nliipmnii of Ibis
city unri Harvey Cram o! Fori isburgh.
t xik part, there were presen l W . H. IiiisS
r-'t -liu's ntlorney elect, ot Sllddlobury, and
( llllcors II. P. Fisher and Stephen Bates
who arrested the murderer. The result of
the nulopsy was substantially, that the
murderer stool within twelve icet of his
victim when the fatal shot wn lired. The
cliutgo on If red the left eye nnd camo out
some four inches distunt from tlio top of
tlio bend, and that death was instantaneous.
The Vlurdciml Ainu's I'tiueral.
Tito remains of Frederick Collolt, the
nn.rderod inun, escorted by a lariio ntiinbe
of relutives and friends, ranched Sit. Petci's
ltoii-.au ( iitiioln- church, A'ergennes, Tue
day morning. The church was nearly
lilled with sympathizing friends. Tho i s-
hot was born'., up the main ailso of thu
hurch by ileorgo Dunyo, Julius Larro,
Olivet Hanks and Joiiti (iermnn, voimg
men, nelgtibors and aciptalntunces ot the
deceased, followed by Ilia stricken young
widow, leaning on the arm of her venerable
gi andfnthor, Mr. An tome Hanks, in
whoso house the minder was committed.
Pontidcial high mass for thedoad follovrid,
Father Canipoatt olllciutiug. After the ser
vices Father Cnmpcau, over tho casket of
themuidered man, delivered in I'rcucli, nn
eloqnuit ileuuiiciatioii of the way too many
wastod their limo and opiortiinities. Ho
was particularly -overe on Sabbath break
ing and the luckless and irroligious manner
of living so common at tho present day.
ihe Until exercises were observed al tbo
cemetery.
Alpliouse Cliaqut'tto is Hound Over to
the County Court Without U.iil.
A't.lif.i NM.s, Sept. Ii. There was great
oxcitement in this city to-day on the exam
ination of tho murder case. The court met
at 1 o'clock The city hall was packed
with a mass of humanity, four hundred peo
ple were jammed into the space of two hun
dred. Clen (irandey appeared for Cha-
motto and State's Attorney C. SI. Wilds
and W. II. Bliss for the State. A largo
number of witnesses were examined. The
proof adduced wns almost positive, so much
so that tho court without delay rendered
the following opinion:
That tho prisoner, Alplionso Chmptette,
bo remanded to tho jail at Sliddlebury,
without bail, for trial beloru tho County
Court, next to bo held at Sliddlebury the
lit-st Tuesday in I'ecemlier, lOU.
The court held from 1 till 0 o'clock.
The preliminary cxaminat ion is now be
ing hold. The town is lllksl with an ex
cited crowd. The city bull is guicked. lieu,
(ieorgo AV. (irnudoy is retained by the pris
oner, Alplionso niii'iu.'-tto, who Is in the
court room, guarded by (lllicer Fisher.
State's Attorney C M. Wilds and W. II.
BIN are conducting the examination. The
prisoner doo.- not appear oxcited. Judge
.1. K. Roberts is the justice before whom
the oxamiuation takes place.
RAILROAD MATTERS.
Tho Rome, Wuteitown nnd Ogdetuburg
railroad company has paid .s;l 1,7115 into tho
State treasury for taxes on earnings.
AVatertown, N. Y., it is claimed, is un
doubtedly to have a new and competing
lino of railload, lining an extension of tbo
F.lmini, '.'oi tlund and Noi thorn from Cam
den to ntertown, a distance of 50 miles.
The preliminary survey has just boon com
pletisl and runs parallel with the Rome,
alertowji and Ogilensburg isillroail for a
considerable distance. The land is level
and tho grado easy.
Tho assets In the treasury ot tho Chesluro
Railroad company will, it isJ.s,tjumtod,
yield, if divided, as now sooius likely they
will lie, ti dividend of from $7.50 to f 10 per
aliure. The directors of both the Kitchbuig
and ( 'hosliiio roads will.it is lttidei stood,
meet this week lor Ihe purpose of Hiking
action on tho agreement of consolidation
just entorod into between the two roads.
Tho Central Wrmmu system report" the
hoav iust summer pamger business in tho
hist 15 years. In fact tho road was hardly
able to get on tho necessary curs, 'llm
probable cause is thu tremendous hotel busi
ness done this year along I. alio Champlaiu
und tho Adirondack, though this Inn b.-en
u year of heavy travel iu all dhcctious.
'l'ho travel to the Thousand ishiniH liusaUo
l'tu large. This year the resorts in north
ern Now Uugluud liuvo been extousivcly ad
vertised. As a result they have been so
crowded us to turn many away.
THE WOULD IN JJII1KF.
SUMMARY OF THE NEWS FROM ALL
PARTS OF THIS EARTH OF OURS.
.Many PI in-do a ('.rent Deal or Ilaiirige
Tho Hark Sldo or I.I ft Intel est lug
Notes from all Paris of llio Hobo
Pithily Presented.
At the FaMorn Slnliio Stnto fair Tuesday
Nelson did a quarter at the rate of 2:R1
An explosion occurred Monday In a mine
nt Bnrjslay in (Jallcia nnd Ml miners -were
suffocated.
A sloop containing six persons capsi? l
in the harbor at San Delgo Slouday and nil
on beard were drowned.
Tho president has approved the net con
struing llio act of July 1, 1SU0, In lehuion
to oaths in pension and other cases.
Sirs. Mercy Shnw of Hath, Ale., nged S3
years fell down stall s Saturday night nnd
was instantly killed. She left three chil
dren. Tho c.onfereps on the rivet-nnd harbor bill
have reached an agreement und signed
their report. In numurous cusos tho ap
propriation wus reduo I.
Airs. D. Dunn of New Mil ford, wns
burned to death Friday nftf-nooti while
shnebig a chicken ; her clothes took fire
while alone m th house. Tho neighbors
extinguished the llnnes.
Admiral Brown, at Port Townscnd,
Wash., Ii'is received Ihe following do
fpatcli from the secretary of the navy:
"Proceed t Honolulu with despatch." The
chariest n s;llio, .Monday
DuiT.tiK a balloon ascension at JlansH dd.
Ohio. Friday Slilton Rodihu, a young mini
who was asis-lug lb" aoronnun, was call-id
KKill f.s.t into the air when ho fell and
his body was crushed out of human sem
blance. Alabaster lowered the four-year old stal
lion trotting re. oi-d at Indopendenc?, towa,
Saturday, cov "riu- tho mile in 2:15. Roy
AVdes was sent to Ix-nt his record of 2:0!) and
made llie mile in 'sUI., quarters 'A'., ltlH,
1:!J5, 2:081.
At the New Hampshire democratic State
convention Tuesday, Charles II. Amsdui of
Pevicoon was nominated for governor
Wan-en F. Danville of Frankliu was nomi
nated for Congress by llio democrats in the
second dil riet.
Tho crew of the revenue cutter,
Walter A. Ford, deserted their vessel at
Aiobilo Saturday night nnd camo to Now
Orleans (Alou lay morning. They com
plain ot ill treatment received at llio hands
ot Capl. To.ler.
An oxplo ion of n enrboi of carbonic acid
occurred on the ! union line stcmier City of
Chest n' at 10;:i0 Sr.turday evening white
the workmen were unloading at New York.
One mnn died nnd two others may die. A
number were injured.
Two boys iu Coburg, Out., nam
ed David Smith and Peter Hanson quar
rded yesterlay afternoon nnd Sm'th s'ab
bed Hanson in the bron-t with a picket
knife, tho wound proving fatal. Smith is
10 and Hanson was 12 ytars of age.
Ropresntiitivoi of all Ihe leading nnllirn
cilo coal i ompnnies met at 'ho Delaware and
I Hudson Coal company's uJlco iu Navv A'ork,
Friday, and decided to ad.anc" the pricJ ot
cj.il (oi Septetub-r 1, 10 and 15 cents u tjn
and limit the output to :i'3,5P0O tons.
The barn situated on the Lawrence Slar
ttey property in the southern inrt of tho
village of Rouses Point, wns bitrne.l on the
night of the 27th, together with two horses
belorging to Allien and 10. K. liullis. it is
tnought to havo boon the work of some in -condnry.
A lire iu P.isbeo, Banister ,t Lowis's mill
ynrd ut Jay on tho morning of the 2Sth
il.stroye.l $15.U0 worth of lumber. A
heavy rain storm, which occurred when
the llanu's were tho fiercest, proventd their
spread nnd saved the remaining propj-iy,
which is valued at $15,000. Tlio lois'is
uverod by inKiirunco.
It has been learned that on Jnnutiry IH
last ox-Senator T. C. Piatt of Now
York bad been oU'ered the mission to Spain
made vacant by the resignation of Minister
Palmer and that ui reply to Secretary
Blume, he said his business engagements
precluded .ho possibility of Ids ai-pting
nuv olllce.
The Ali-s-is!iioi Vall.-y cniupnieoCng
nt Rich'nr.l was broken up Slondny
morning niter u ono week's session. Speak
ers Irom abroad w ero present und slice, -sful
meetings were hold. The following ollk rs
were elected for the coming yeni . Pr-si-dent,
C. S. AIcAllistcr; secrelnry, H. R.
Towle; tror surer, W. J. Towle.
The noithboiind tram over tho Hut
laud uud AVanhingtou duo nt ltutland
at II a. til. ran oil' an open switch
I at Atiddle (irnnullo. N. Y.. ovo'-turniuc
the burgage car und passenger couch down
a short but steep embankment Alondav,
damaging tho engine nmt cars. It is re
ported that no oiiii was seriously injured.
Sirs. Adam Wi ichter of Whitehall, Pa.,
is still alive. It has beau 155 days siuce she
has tasted iood iu auy form, nnd 100 days
s nee she litis taken a drop of water. She
is so weak she cannot nioc baud or foot.
and not a word escapes her lips. Her fust
is compulsory siuco tho affliction from
which she Millers, courier of the phurvnx,
absolutely ptovuuls her swallowing a drop
of anything.
At noon. Friday, 'Wtli, tho collapse ot
every railroad strike in ( htcago city
hud oocuivd, mid work iu the stock
yards was begun in earnest at 1 o'clock
p. in. 'llio Chicago aud Alton switchmen
havo rc-ognii 1 iheir mistake and have
gone hack to work as a result of a confer
liotwoen (ionernl Manager Chapped, (Iraud
.Master Sweonev, ice (Iraud Master
Downey and a committee of the strikers.
J. C. Quinn and Slatasada Sorakichi
rostlod at Helena, Mont., Sunday for
ti purse ot If 10(10 and tho gato receipts.
Quiun hnd undertaken to throw the Jap
tbreo times in an hour, eutcli-us-e-aUdi-can
st vie. Iu the lli-st bout (.Uiiiin threw the
Jap iu live luiuuies. In the second Knit
the Jap got the htraiiele hold on Vuinn and
after eight miuutos got the ii torlaii
squarely down on both shoulders. Ouiim
was so done up that ho had to lie curried to
a chair.
Johu J. Fiunessy. on tlio Luke Chain-
plain and Sloriuh railroad at Alluoville, N".
Y., while attempting to Ixiard a moving
train at that place lust Thursday, slipped
and fell beneath the cars, hit left leg fulling
across the rail the curs passing over it be
low the kuoo and crusliiug It almost to a
jelley, Auipututlsiu was deemed lie'cessaty
but llio pnronts wished to lmv it put fff
until Dr. 1). Avignou of Ausablo Forks
would arrive. When he arrived about I
o clock a. in., It was too lato, as the pnor
fellow was rapidly sinking, and lie breathed
bis Inst about i) a. in., Friday.
A six days' 14'J hour go as-vou-plen -v
was started at Detroit nt 1:03 Sun
day morning. The following, ..,.
prising some of tho best known pedestrian
lu the country, wore in at the start: On. r
rero, Norcnmc, Cartw right, Hoau, Mes' h i,
.Moore, Hurt, Heglemnn, Connor-,
Nulllvnii. Honglatid Mnckey, Cox, Taylor,
Nolan, Cumpaua, C.impann, Kranteml.,
Little, Andre, iliuchey, Beckley. How.u.i,
(Hick, Benedict, Kendlo and Townscnd.
Ktta Simpson, uged 17 years, of Kotc -ton,
N. 11., went to sleep a vn .
ngo .Monday, nnd has not yet awake i d i i
Liken nourishment. Miss j-vimpeon s f. r
some months had a mnnia for cat' r w a
pup'-'r, and vvemld rnnsume a , . I i,
such as is used in grocery stnr -.- I
gle meul, hho has oaten scr.i in e i
paper bags, ami Itissiiio.. i m- u .
has something todo with h i ' ,bi
a year as-o she slept for : ! i
nwiikenej vvhilo being I, . I 1 i id ,1
attendant.
The ship AV. 11. Itndf V :
i-isto reports- that si . ,, , ,
Henry Buck. 70 days 1 1 om
S. A., several hundred en'. '
Xunlnnil co-ist, in a dism i..-1 I nt
caused by a hurrlcnue. nr i l
been on short ratious P r s. i
at'empt was mado to hum ,i . 1
containing provisions hut 1 1 v , v i
by the waves, und 1 .s
rcnilei' any nistaii"o. 11 I: n
day j out anil nothing ha, I
her. She curried a laiv . ( .
Clarence, youngest -o i . . 1 i
met with an aci-id.':' it ' ,
Y., on Monday at! i i . i
probably result in th- In-- f
eyes. Ho was out in a : i u l
shooting mnrbles tbrmuu i i
lired a' a mark on a n- , i o i
or 25 feet, and tho mm, i . 1 ,i
struck him just tinder i a.
ul out a tnllo to Dr. r i i
doctor thinks he will n i , J -
ho will probably n. r
The resldini'.' ot so 1 - i
F.iuiira, N. Y , was .
singular and darin i . ,c- n
noon. AA'iiile llie l.uni. . n t
snoak thier cub.'tv.l : he
moans of a skeleton ;. 1
Airs. Olllcft's biH-lt-u .ui- i
ami took diamond e -: : ;
and a gold watch, ui i I n
the jewel case In thu u; , - ,t
quantity of .soiiel stlv, , ,1... ! . . j i
in the room, but this wn - i i . i -thief
left uo clue aud tu . .. .i ii ;i j
dark.
Fires that were plei.. ' i
diary origin started in s. . . . ,. li p.,:
ties in Brooklyn Situ. ' i ,
early Sunday iiioriiin'. .in I - i t o
injury of several p fs. n I . l
two men on su-pici u . i.
eeudaiii's. Two of tin i..- -l : .
tho cellars o crowded t ., r i - . 1
in tho Ia-.t one, vvhicli ik i i r J i .
day morning, three of th.. . , i .
sovorly burned in makoi : '
addition to the Injured ne mm . i i b
months old was so badly l a, I i . it v i
probably die. One of the l.i , . in .
e omo by smoke and romovcei . ? 1. o-
pitnl.
Tommy Danfortb of Streator, 1 r. "
i'l
'UcJdy" Brenuau of Alemphis fongl t n
finish light Saturday with two ounce g n. n
for a purso fo $5' 10. The ring was pit i 1
at Alound Cttv. Ark., nbout live miles i u
Memphis ami about 3Cd i eoplo vvitn -- 1
the light, i'.lght rounds were fought. 1 i
nan socured tho lirst knock down in tbo I i t
round and lirst blood in tho second. I
Alemphis man fought cautiously and on
defensive. In the eighth nnd final l c t
Breunaii opening made a rush for Dant i
lealing bun a terrible right bend uope - it
over the left eye, following it with ah .. i
blow on the neck which laid the Stn e.r
light weight out.
A despatch from Little Rock, Mr ,
says: mobof about 2i00 meu Si'
lay surrouuded the Morrill n
station. A union labor massmeetiug s
to have boeu held there yesterday. Oil
incoming train from Little Rock at i i
others were J. B. SfcLfiughlin, a wellkt .
union labor orator, and tioorge oni I .
Spriuglield, Conway county, a prom e a
white republican who had bjnn here fe i
purpose ot gelling union labor tioke , , -use
in Conway county for tho eleetioi
morrow, fjicull carriel the tickets. ' " 1
in all. in a va'ise. hen tho train si' ; :
a crowd of men sprang forward and p I
into the condi. Small was boatun ti
sensibility and the tickets ware mi I
nwny. AlcLougulin was alio io ;
bundled but not seriously hurt,
tickets aro being printed. The affa-. 1 i
created uo little excitement.
MURDER AT WESTPORT.
A s,.,ii,. to tho Oluntly l imed Tranc ly
llobbeiy tlio Motive,
WrsTPOiir, Sept. 2. This village i i t
vicinity are oxcitod ovsr another mm i r
beforu tbo details and mystery of the " 1
tragesly of last spring have fairly dropi '
out of tho public mind. In was rep. it. I
Monday that the AVidow Taylor, uged ,
years or over, had been discovered deal i
lier bouse on tho road between Kteveiis.-x
school house and Jlluevillo.
Tliere were many evidences that thf I
woman had not glvn up her life vvltbo . -
desperate struggle. lier clothing wis a
most wholly torn from her bod, her fi .
was terribly cut, and there were finger nun ,i
ou her neck that led to the belief that -im
was strangled to death. The house bad
been ransacked, aud everything wns m
l oiifusiou. 1: is uot known what the m
derer or murderevs took utter the conn i s
sion of tho deed.
Airs. Taylor's house was isolated, th. m
were) no neighbors w ill.in a longdiatmice n 1
thu road is uot a travelled one. 'I n. .
tramps, it is said, wr arrested thie tu. . i
iug, having been seen hanging about i i
place yesterday. Later information ,o
the oflecl that Charles Wright aud no
others are under nrrest ou jiispi. i, n
Wright wus living at AVilllam Floyd -tho
time ot the murder ot Willisui l'lo .i s
father und mother. Wright vveut to ,
nearest house yesterday and reported 1 1
he had hear a cry of murdtr from Hi
Widow Taylor's house aud the disco , i
followed. As he wns seen going thai .iy'
Saturday with two Itottlew of liquor, uaj
was at once suspected uud plae-od under ai -ret
A coroner is Investigating,

xml | txt