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YOI,. 1.X1V, IsKW SHRIEK VOL. XXXV 1.
IUTRLiNUTON VT., Fill DAY, SKT LMTVI 1JEU 12, 1890. NUMBER L L Til K STATE EAiR. rAIN CL'iS THE ATTENDANCE AT Wr ITU RIVER JUNCTION. url, Aiiwe.l 1 rum the (Il'ullil Stiiml jiul 1 ro.n I mlor Viubrellns Pino lix inlilt i of ( ntli, bhnni mill Swlno 1. i nig lu tin) Mud. ' - Vaiik, AViiitk Rlvi:n Juxc i it !') llnin lias been tho most it u .i ! feature of lUo second dny o( nt . xhibition of tlio A'ormont Httitc tu 1 1 ,..i inty and Connecticut River u uiu nt this place. Tho early i. i not promise very woll mid this f. I to loop hundred of people nt t I t 1 s decided to take their chances it' r and tho morning proved to i l imit lime to examine the many -, .i i hiliition, being cool and com- THE KITE TRACK. libit tl.e Hoixiiumi Snyf. nt 1th ainny WlvaiitHfte. 1 iV mg nt tho recant tneotlng nt r r ( , over a "liitc'' track, ttho i 1 lilt U l f n I-, imlei endence meeting tlio idea t n ,il ir:u v is tho fastest must bo l i .li list .if cherished traditions that i o ' have demolished. There are i t it -iiv ci limed to have tho peculiar i . m' m. er on turns, than stretcher, In' -ir ' "ii t bother the watch would i 1 1 .In .i. Tho performances of f n kot, Margaret S., etc., i be ('uplicnted by any of these ' .. iv olh-T track than Williams' In- ii j i ' kilo. Che fattest mile ever run, t i . ! -a m le and a qunrter ever run, i i -tri light truck nt Monmouth, i -t f muscles that are brought . lie r, lulling gait lire exercised Williams' track is undoubted--' (renting course in the country, i 1 1 1 ,v no fnBtor Din for a tracl: i l .i,.g's could be devised, unless it l . i. 'i i r.igiitway. THE HORSES. p ISew I iti 'I rack UriuKs Out Some Pino Jlui'su Flesh. i' "i.: n -t excited by the new ''kito" tin K suiiuu m the number and excellence d' ti ir 3. Among; tho good ones are v r . . -, a liandsouiH two-yoars-old bi n t . ! ' i " u .iud his dam, Kentucky io .. u I y lion. Frederick Billings for i t i. a nil'.'. Lester Fisk of Ira shows in 1 ' .uiu rlane; ii. K. Russell of j ' .l:s, liay Wilkes. Island 1 ond k nu shows Abdnlln AVilkes, ' s i.i of tln great lieorgo n I rmont; Ceore P. Da.ii., t i .; h t, 'las Tom Hamilton and n 1 ' I 1 i ( . ! '. Holmes of Charlotte shows n i i ul good ones; the Dcerfield h ii at laboro, has horses for the . i a 1 lui-oe minutes classes, J. C. i in.-.-, has 10 selections iroin his i n ult , Williuiu Linsiy,l,!in.chec, .' cu t and ouo Ren Franklin; I ' uij.il. Windsor, has several fine n if!, ma which will push them some; 1 - ' -l,.,i-. lluldah B., a wry gamy ' t' 'i. m inure; liurbank -Williams, i wv Katisba, entered in the f r- ' ( race, and Lottie F. for tlio i I'.ill.ird Bros., Georgia, show a l .It-; AV, SI. J2nrts, Windsor, 1 ii1' congress of horses, two stul- ,i niiiP brood mares and colts; C.V. i i' i.iion. Van Franklin, by Bon ii . . Stimson, Slontpelier, shows c .. pair of brown geldings, 15 J , Inch took the second prize nt 1 iv lers' meeting at Rutland; ' u '.- it, Beutimgtun, n pair of black I j; -. stylish and one quite IT , i ne.Piaiuneld, a neat pair of i "ii.Vrick Billings, Woodstock, . i ii.'s o very handsome black i . ! mi's with harness and carriage; ' in u ".. in, pair of block and white i nu isl striking exhibit is that of I', ii' c of lirattleboro, a chestnut h in.ls high, weighing in thin 'i."i. mill.. Wnito says ho is feed- i n .,.'!. .p.s to bring him up to be r a r i-iulilo sized colt it be does ! in our the hniso stnlls one t, t !. .linigtou horses, and tho.o m.y which Rlntlsburgh, ' wo i i- drawn for this week tho 1 launagan's, Weed's, otc, I .... 1 u v. ell last year. I lie Kxilibitlou. I I in incuts containing llvo stock are . . :n. I fully up to tho standard set l l. l'.iirs with tho exception of l'lornl hull is well filled and ii t i th" null's givon below will bo ' ' mm ! at length in Friday's issue, i 1 Mi!. lings devoted to mechanics n. nr.int, spaces The entries in ii ai numerous aud some good heats i . p Ki) during the next two days i nl kindly permit. i...'n-j, iiei'M., rrtiits, i;to. i u ii. are 2U entries of butter i i , s will be given for the best i .' l.iutcr, best pai-Uago of print i. i n'kugeof iSoptembor dairy ' ..ii kago of cieumerv butter, i' i ii tivu and ntatost package of 1 i inrui lor delivery, unbroken, to i 1 ' r iin.l for the lst ilavico for iack i i' l.i i iug butter to market. Kx- ir in . 'u by Rush Vaughn of Kouth 1 ' i i t ( M. Klack of Morwich, JlcSIa i ii . ( ha ,n ol tstowe, J). Ii. fcipauldiug ut ,i I'. Liiiuioiiti of Toftavillo, 1 ii i hi i. .mi of L'ambrnU, K, lltath of ( . i.i.i" Shornian of Cambridge, l , l ... . . L. Y. Dana of North 1'omfret, "I .1 1 It and J. S. liolt of Ilnrtland, J.f T i .iuvojuiu of Fuirfax, Douglas i k ill.. 1. Hollow, A. 11. Fisher of Hi. K tic i Mn -, McMahon !k. Co., of Btowo, 1 i I - , West Rundolph, S. II. Wnr i i i .. Ii I'oiufiel, JU. A. Hicks of tl . iMi-i 1, ii. B. Brown of Willistou. .. J'.- ni.;s ol 1'assiimpnic, ami .1. C. , t .r ii ni '.'ortli YomUut. The whole it i- n. i nitracihu one. i 's iiitiii'dof cueosc nre made by ' . Ii iiitmun of Hurtford, Mrs. Wil- i l.i.'tt.iiin of TalUville, Mrs. K. K. j ni,- nt 'iulUville, u. 11, ilaxuam i i tori.. .1 Ii. Ililtj of Mheldon, K. V. I'.in f I'omfraf, AVust Windsor C'hsoio I mm n 'tilling company. Ca.lt. i ij Hit mid j..lics 1'xhibits of canned fruit and jullh-s nro inudo by Mrs. 31. AV. Ii .iuell of ulwlch, ilrs. 1', J. I'nrnsworth of Fairfax, Mrs. AV. AV. Foss or Fnlifnx, Henry JIooio of AVliiki River Junction and the lirattleboro Jelly com pany. Slnplo sugar anil pickles Maple sugar, syrup mid pickles are Bhown by Mrs. I). U. Uodlng of North 1'omfret, (I. V. Huntoon of llnruard, .1. H. L'obb of AVoodstock, Luther l'utnam of Cninbridgo, (J. Carpon tor of Cambridge, K. T. Fuller of Htowo, Lee Atkins of lowe, C. 1". Ucrllmor of Stowe, Mrs. V. J. Fm nsworth of l'alrfax, Douglas Buck of Fairfax, Brnttloboro Jelly cominuiy and tlio A'crmont maplo sugar ox change. Hoes mid honey Boos and honey me shown by (J. A. Rubs of North Hnilland, C. 11. Ten ill of AVhite River Junction and Iv. L. ainith of Fairfax. Fruit In fruit the display is hnrdly up to former yontv, apples being about tlio only variety shown in any ttbundnnco. M. A', (iovo & Son of Lebanon, N. II., show ovou varieties of apples, rt. V. Leonard of North l'omfrot, 40 of appli-s: K. Y. Dana of North l'omfrot, I I of apples, Luther Put nam of Cambridge, 00 of upplos, 5 of crab ajiploi and !2 of phimnN. B. Hnzou of Hart ford, 80 of apples, pears and plums; Harper Iineii of Hartford, ili of apples, pears aud plums; H, B. AV right of llartlord, four of apples; K. Y. Dana of North l'omfrot; llia lop crub apples; A. AV. Johnson of Cnlou A'illnge, Bnrtlett pears; John Finn of AVest Randolph, eight of apple.,; H. L. Bns of West ibiudolph. 12 of apples, pears and plunn; C. II. Hazeu of Hartford, 28 of apples; tl. T. Hazeu of Hartford, Clapp's favorite pear; H. 11. Bruce of Barnard, 50 of apples, seven of pears and throo of plums; M. AV. Bruce of Norwich, three of plums and two of pours: L. 1). Williams it Son of Hartland, SS0 of apples and two of ponrs: C. -Miller it Sou of l'omfrot; six of apples: A. F.. tiiUon, five of pear, live 20-ounco apples mid live of plums: C. C. AVarreu of AVntcrbury. three of hothouse grapes. Agricultural productions Agricultural productions including Held corn, wheat, oats and grass seeds are shown by . B. Leavitt of AA'est Hartford, John Bradford of Knllold, N. 1L, AV. K. Duttou of Hart ford, A. L. I'lke of Hartford. 1). 11. Bragg of Norwich, Ralph LaMountnln of l'omfrot, R'chard Nott of Uuiihigton, S. B. AV right of Hartford, 1). B. Hhattuck of Quechje, '. J. Farusworth of Fairfax, K. D. bhipard sou, E. L. Bass of AVest Randolph, C. H. Hacn of llartfonl, L. B. Alexander of AVest Hartford, ti. W. 1'easo of Hartford, M. A. Keyes of Hartford and Edward Bry ant ot Cornish, N. II. The experiment station exhibit Two thirds of the south side of agricultural hall is taken up with tho exhibit of the Stati ex periment station at Burlington. Tho dis play ii well worth careful study by those engaged in tho raising of vegetables. It is made to show the avorago yield of the dif ferent varieties of vegetables grown under similar conditions. It comprises 275 va rieties ot potatoes. 02 of tomatoes, ;i0 of sweet corn, 12 of cucumbers. There is also an entomological exhibition, sliown g some ot tho injects most injurious anu boiiertcial to farm i rons, with a chart showing in cn argud drawings the tent caterpillar. Floral hall Tho east end of lloral hall Is occupied with tho exhibit of A. L. Bail.iy of St. Johnsbtiry and Burlington. Tho dis play includes two Estty organs, a l'aekard orean, lour pianos, tho CliicUuring, the Gammon, Estoy and Nuby A: Evans. The display naturally attracts much attention. Miscellaneous exhibits aro made by llogle Bros, of AA'hilo River Junction, jewellers: Carter A Churchill of Lebanon, X. H. The Hartford AA'oollen company, Uttaquocl.ee Woolen company, Mnscoma Flauuol com pany of Lcbnnou, N. II.; J. C. i'.irker it Co. of (Juecheo, nnd F. S. McKonio of Bridge water; G. R. Buyorle of AVest Leba non, N. 11. cattle! The Largest ami Itcst i:liiliit or WurKliij; Oxen in the History of tlio Society. The exhibit of working oxen is tho largest and host in the history of tho society. L. I), llazen shows 20 yokes of tini heavy cat tle. AVmt it Nichols of Brattloboro show 10 J'okes heavv cattle, one pair wo noticed weighina; 0050 pounds, auother -1720, one 410') and the others ranging about tlio suinc, bringing the average at about the latter figure. Tho Fttfcti I'kess renders prosont at tho fnir last year will remember tho interest excited by the draft oxen contest, w hlch is being repeated hero to-day with even greater excitement. Holsteins H. AV. Keyes, Nowbury, has a fine herd of 125 auiui'ds from which ho showo n selection of 21 animals. The ox hibit i3 headed by tho four-year-old bull Rool.er of 1'ine Crovo, a fine typo of this famous milking breed, and who will weigh 2000 pounds. Rati on of Fine tirova is a two-year-old bull, iubrod Artis, which was called ouo of Holland's most noted bulls. Comely is an 11-yearo-old cow with a record of 8W pounds of mill; in ouo day. u winner of prizes at tho Bay (state fair. Mr. Koyes has been importiug some cows direct from Holland and Tryntje of I'ino Grove is ono of them aud a prize winner thore. Mr. ICoyos's oattle aro evidently tor business, aud do not give evidence of tho extrume care and fitting which charac terize somo herds in their lilting up. John A. Fryo of Marlboro, Mass , shows 21 ho.i 1 of as litiely flttcu cattle as we havo st-en, head ihI by Mercedes I'rince, out of Mercedes, that noted aud excellent cow, a fine animal. Some of Mr. Fyros's cows haves a record of 102 pounds of milk inone day. Mr. Marvin, Montpolier, shows eight head ot good full bloods, and John Couch, Lynilunville, nine head thoroughbreds and grades. Llovons Aro ropretontod by two entries, H. ii. Alexander, Wost Hartford, who shows seven head and John 1. i'luiiV sou, Chelsea, nine hoad, of which wo like Alexander's best, bill lioth aro good samples of tlio "liaudsoliiu red cow." Jerseys. Mr. Billings luu 20 head of his well known herd ot Jerseys here, anil also has the fine Kentucky-bred two-yeurs-old stallion Star Wilkes, and his dam Kentucky Bell. So now horsos, onttle, sheep or swine he can show and muko uvailablo to tho formers about him the beat stock in thoo seeral tin h. All of Mr. Billings stock Is hero for exhibition only, not desiring to uomiMito where It would lessen the chance of others. Horofords--L. 15. Harris, Lyndou Centre, shows his herd o'" Herefords lu-adod by the four years old bull Hubert, woighing 2550 pounds aud all hi nnlmuis ura Hue tpoci nioes of till excellent beef breed. They are the only onus t-Uown. tsllillC. Only n fair showing. 1). U. (Jpiiildin, Tuttsville, shows 1!) head ot puro blood Chester whites, one Utter of eight small pigs being much admired. E. Y. IJanu, 1'omfrct, a sow and 10 Hue pigs and Rny of Itothul, sow ond litter of grudo l'oland Chinas, which embraced the cntiro exhibit with thoso of Mr, Billings's llorkshlros all ready mentioned. SHEEP. The I'lr.st l.oleestori, tsliown at n State Tali-. Tho class of long wools this year has the addition of somo of this breed of sheep; tho HtBt shown at n Vermont Stato fair wo bu llnve, and they como in competition with the Cotswolds, which they somewhat re semble, having the sumo long silky woo), though not so long, nnd their heads nro bare nnd their legs tho same. They aro nu merous in Canada, where tho Cotswolds mo practically unknown, B. C. Howard, Ap ple drove, 1'. y,, shows 15 hcud and E. AV. Morrill, Stunstoad, 1'. Q., 11 head, comprising tho cntiro exhibit, Shropshire-) A large sheep, a cross of the Leicester's aud Sotithdowns, and which take something of tho characterislics of both. Larger than the Soulhdowns their wool ii coarser, they have tho dark facos and I04S, nnd while larger in carcass aro not so lino, nor should wo think them so well fitted for A'crmont pastures as the Southdowns. L, B. Harris, Lyndon, shows one lloek of 17 head, and liko all Mr. Harris's stock looks first class. 0. AV. Fuller. Ciipeton, 1'. t,).. shows 12 head, and A. AV. and' J. 1. AVilcox, Brulport, 20 head. Southdowns Hon. Frederick Billings shows a ilns selection of some 20 auimals from his choice Hock of fjnutlidowns, before now considered tho best in the State, and now enriched by his recent, importation of 10 owes from tho I'l inco of AVnlos's Hock and a ram from Mr. Ellia't. Hock, place them be yond compare with anything in A'orinunt. The owes havo the prince's crost, three ostrich feathers stamped on tho rump of each one. Merinos Shown by H, C. Burwoll ot Bi ldport ami J. II. llazen of AVest Hart ford whoo oxhibit, taking the numbers nnd quality into consideration is the best. A. E. E. 1'erkins, A. E. Fullor and E. Y. Dana of 1'omlret, H. AV. Walker of Wood stock nro also oxhibitors in this class, the characteristics of which nro to well known to need description hero. t otswolds Show n by (J. A . Klngc of llrnintroo, 20 head. R. B. Hill of Klmoro. 10 head, nnd Phillips Bros, of Clover 1J head. These sheep aro greatly im proved since llr.st sliown in Vermont. Thou t'noy were smaller in oarcass, tho w ool shorter and less in amount, with baro legs and heads moro bald than boarding housa butter. Now it is not at all rare to Hud ileccos with Hbie 10 inches long and weigh ing 10 or 12 pounds. Poultry A largo and excellent showing, C. Paine, East liathel, as usual taking tho lead Willi about 40 coop.i, embracing nearly all the varie'.ion of fowls wilh which we nro familiar. P. J.Fnrnsworth, Fairfax, shows six coops of fine fowls; L. AV. Corso, Mout- poller, an equal number. B. 1'. W lldor lluoclieo, had a coop of Hue geese. Draft Oxen C.intiM. The following prb.es were awardod in tho draft oxen contest this morning: For oxen weighing less than 1.000 pounds Daniel Robinson first, AV. A Benson second. For the 3000 pound class E. E. Stock- woll, lirattleboro, first, drawing 0018 pounds. ; C. C. Spaulding, Hartland, Sdc- ond. drawmg OiS- pounds; C. H. Hoising- ton, Hartland, third, drawing (i2o:i pounds. l or the contest open to all L. E. Stock- well, first, S'Jlb pounds; H. (1. Clark, Br.it- tleboio, second, drawing .S21H pounds; K. E. StockwoH, third, .2:):j point Is; N. H. Dutton, Woodstook, fourth, drawing 00015 pounds. THE AFTERNOON RACES. Tlio Contest lift he rour.Yeai'-OIds. Promptly at 1:20 Starter Lowe rang up the lour-yeur-olds, but only three came out. m'Nmaiu : Huldy B., rh in, by Hon Franklin, V. h. nine, itmmnii. u ill Kali'tim. h f, liv Don I' riin',lin, liur- luiiik A Williams. Cmvirn . Vi . :! 3 2 Matiie H., b r', by Xei'o, Fletch'jr V iuell, .Miiuii"ti ii'y, u a j ;j ,i'iuie,.'.':S''.i1,:l'.Ui, -Ji.fTU. 'llio a: I. - Cla, The second oven I on Ilia card was tho 2:15 class. Fivo stutters came out. Mack drew mjjim utv: Mark, bs, by Thouuht, liontloy .t I!iiimii.Ilulhii.Vt . . .1 1 Ii 1 Tom llatr.lltnn. lis;, by 11, million, W. ,1. D.ivis, Windsor, vt 1 Prince R, b. f, by Jlifctieun', K. 10. .sykon. White Hlver Junction, ' I :t a 2 3 Maud I , bui, by ilainbetta, lletllleld Mtiicli farm, lirattleboro. Vt 5 5 1 1 I.'iltie I' l'ankliu. Ii m, bj Hon Frank lin, JJuniaiiK i- i II 1. inn, ljovenli'5 1 " Time. ...l'4 S:S,:!.3 i.lllU iTk.. Tho 2:ul clnss wus postponed on account of darkness. Free Stone won two bents and Jed l'routy two. A clojo race. Jottings. Tho AA'oodstoek Band furnished music for tho fnir. O. M. Tinkham of Poinfrot has his fair tent on tho grounds, near tho railrord on trnuco, and pruss head quarters havo been established there. Tho Woodstock railroad runs trains overy 15 minutes iroin AVhite River Junction to Billinis Park and return, mogul engines taking from three to six cars up the steep grade. Each engine hears the significant inscription in large letters ''dendheats may ride to-morrow." Two large tents havo boon eroctod back of tho restaurant in tho grand stand where the overflow is foil. A dozen booths for tho sale of peanuts, cnudy, soda water and other harmless beverages, Tlio malingers of the fair deserve n good deal of credit for trotting out tho racus in tho pouring rain, that the people might not bd disappointed. Tliu owners of tho horses generously seconded tho elTort of tho mana gers in bringing thoir nniinals out lu the mud which covered the trnck to tho dopth of sovornl inches, in view of this condition of tku trnck some comparatively fast time was made. I u spito of tho rain yesterday and to-day enough seitton exhibitor's .iuc! single tickets have already buau sill to assure the Hnaueiul success of the lulr. Tho t'liamplalm on Monday defeated tho Bluff Point Hotel uitin Uv n score of 15 to 5. The buttery for tho Champluiiis was O'Con nor and (iruvej of the I . A. M. nine of Burllugton. O'Connor struck out 20 men nnd only ou. sale hit ivt-, mado of his delivery. Hackett, an oil 11, '. M. player, also played with tho Cbumplaius, THE WORLD IN BRIEF. SUMMARY OF THE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THIS EARTH OF OURS. 3Iany 1'ires do n Grent Deal of I)mnt;ii Till) Dark Side of Life Interest lug Notes from nil Parts of tho (llntiu l'lthlly Prevented. United Stato.s Senator Farwell is very ill at Waukesha, Wis. Tho tarlH' bill on AVeduesday passed tho fieliato by a vote of -12 to 21). Tho Panama Railroad company havo ngrccd to pay their laborers the old wages ami the strikers have routrnod to work. The directors of the worlds fair this Tues nfteriioun selected tho dunlslto of the lake front aud Jackson Park as tl.o "places for the oxpoi'sition, Tito Now York city public schools opened Monday with an nttondanco ot 150,000 scholars. Six thousand wcto turned uwiiy for lack of room. In tin attempt at suicide Mrs. Mnrth.a Emerson ot Yonkers, who has been sum mering ut Middlellold, Mass., cut her throat on Sunday and will probably die. The strike ot tho switchman nnd the brnkemen on tho St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas railway ended last night by an un conditional surrender on the part of tho strikers. A disastrous explosion occurred Friday nt tho dynamite mugfiziuo ut the Pnllico dock, La Rorholle, France. Ten persons were instantly killed and ninny others were injured. On Friday night a largo plate gluss in tho front ot Thompson Bros.' hardware store nt Malono v.r.s broken at tho bottom nnd two revolvers were taken out. It was probably thc woik of boys. 'i'ho 4:15 p. m. train from Boston when approaching Nhuron, Mass., Monday evening struck nnd killed Mrs. Mnhahi Iv. Paul of 15 Cotton street, Boston, who at tempted to cross tho track. The six days' go-as-yoti-ploasod raco at Detroit was Hni .hod Friday right. Only three men made the limit of 475 miles. Hart did 17 0 miles nnd got first money: Monro, I 78, second money, aud Cox, 475, third money. At a meeting ot tlio executive contmlttoo ot tho independent order of railway conduct ors held in Now Haven, Conn., the resigna tion of President Calvm S. AVhcaton was accepted and E. D. Nasli ot St. Albans, A"t., wns elected to till the vacancy. At the eastern Maine Stato fair at Bangor Salurduy tho stallion Nelson in an attempt to beat the world's half mile track record of 2:154, made tho quarters as follows: !ML, 1:07, 1:10, 2:15k He trotttd without u running mate as paco maker. Secretary Proctor on Monday approved the proceedings of tl.e reccr.t meeting of the bonrd of ordnance auu fortification including tho allotment appropriated by the current fortification net to be e.peuded under the direction of the secretary of war. The allotment amounts to 2,2lil,565. Eight miners were buried in the Lake Angelina mine by a envc-ln on tho sixth level at Islqx'iniug, Mich., Friday morning. Tho ur'U aro alie and are com municated with by means of a pipe used to convey compressed air for power drills. lhu Austrian finance minister is blamed fur his miserly policy in regard to protection again it Hoods, It is claimed that entirely insullicicut nppropriutiunj have been made for this purpose. The em peror bos given nearly iflO,0UO persouully lpr the benefit ot the sufierors by the Hoods. A young man named CloveluuJ, who is employed on tho Ogdensbunrb and Lake Champlaiii railroad, had one of his legs badly smashed w bile coupling cars at Ma lono, N. Y., on night of the 1th. Dr. Orant, who attends him, says lie can not survive. Charles Stoinke, 17 years old, nnd Elbert Ilutctuus of Detroit, quarreled Sunday af ternoon, SteinUo firing at Hutcliins with tin air-gun and striking him in the hip. Hutcliins returned tbo lire witu a Flobert wile. Steinke received the charge in the loft eyo and died. Hutcliins wusurrosted. Tho murderer Savnry sull'i'ii'd the penalty of his crime Friday nt Montreuil, France, w here ho was guillotined. Just us the knife was about to descend Sa vnry turned his head and indicted u jovero bito on tiie oxocutiotior's hand, just ns Troppinniiii, who murdered u whole family, did 10 years ago. The passenger train on tho Delaware and Hudson railroad duo at Plhtts burgh hero at 7 a. in, was rim into by tho freight between Port Henry and AVostport enrly Friday morning. Engineer Murray nnd 1 lrciiiati Starr of the passen ger train and one pussonsernamod U, Kuif iiu were killed. A terrible accident occurred on the Don vor and Rio llrande railroad Saturday morning near Adobe, Col. The train wits running in two sections. The first had a lay coach containing 47 laborers became de railed and tho second section dashed into it, completely smashing the couches. Fivo were lulled and IS7 womided. Jose ill F. Young of Philadelphia shot and fatally wounded his wife at tho Mm ucenu Dote! in Atlantic City at an early hour Friday morning, and then shot himself, but his wound is not dangerous. The cause of the tragedy was alleged inti macy between Mrs. Young utid a guest ut thu hotel. Young was arrested. Shortly after 0 o'clock Friday ovonlug fire broke out in tho building extending from tho south from tho Nos. 4 to 18 South lfjth street, Philadelphia, occupied by the Pylo-Kuodle Bak'ng coiup.iuy and H. R. Mulford, uiuuiifactiiring chemist, and Ijo foro it was extinguished property to tho amount of 105,000 was destroyed S. J. Dickson walked across Niagara's gorge Saturday afternoon. At :'.;!() ho com menced his perilous walk aud landed nt tho American side at '.!: 12). Un Ills way acrois be stood onj.1110 leg nt tlioquarter and three quarter distances aud lay down on his back in the centre of tho cable. Several thou sand spectators witnessed the feat. Of 00 men in tho Delaware and Hudson ynrds m Albany, N. Y., who struck because the load handled Ceutrul freight 111 were on Monday assigned to jiluccs at their own request. Stipermteiid- ont Humiiioud 1'oiustntod three men In tho Lumber street yaids. All of the 00 men have signified tt.eir williugiu'ss to co back to wi.rk and it Is understood they will be tuum back by degrees as their services nrr required, buporiutoudent Uissull says olght strikers said to lie Ktiiglil.s of Labor ro tiinicd to their old positions this afterno6n as switchmen and brnkemen lu tho vicinity of tho Lumber street crossing of tho Cen tral road. At about 0 o'clock Tuesday morning n firo broko out in tho Ogdeusburgh and Lake Chnmplnln olovator and in a short tiiuo it was entirely boyond control. The elevator was lull of corn and oats, some 150,000 bushels, all of which was n tntul loss. Tho burned elevator cost about $150,000. Tho loss on buildings and contents will bo about 500,000. Tho British steamer Hay fircon from Nttelva for Philadelphia 1ms on board tho crow ot the Swed ish bark Anna Maria fiom Mobile for AVol gast which was dlcmnstod iu n hurricane August ill, two hundred mile north of Ber muda, C'tipt. Mortelseu. wns dead on board. Tlio remainder of tho crew wore snved In nu exhausted condition, 'i'ho bark wns fired when tho cruw abandoned her. Reed, the alleged train wrecker, niTostcd at Hudson, is still kept in closo confinement at tho Central railroad depot in this city. Nobody is allowed to talk to him nnd his family aro not oven permitted to see him. A n direct rosult of information furnished by Reod, John Cordial, conductor and John Krnriian, brnkomun, both Knights of Labor utid strikers wero nrroMnd to-day on war rants charging I'lcin with train-wrecking. At Wnuwntoso, a suburb of Milwuuki, Mrs. Edward Relnigor, who had left her hus band on nceount of lili brutal treatment and dissolute habits, was fitting with her mother on the porch of their house. Reinigor came along utid asked his wifo to return to him. She refused, and hu drow a revolver and shot her three times. The mother inter fered, and sho too was shot twice. Mrs. Reiniger will probably dlo. Mrs. Raymer's wound may not prove fatal. Reiniger was captured last night at Brookllulu. Tl.o Troy and Albany local train on tho Now York Central collided Monday inurning with tho locomotive of a passenger trulii at tho entrance of tho Sixth avenue tunnel. Tho local train's last conch was riding two truck the ronr track, it is believed, having boon displaced by the turning of the switch before the last car had passed. Tho rear car, containing 12 p.isongcrs, was wrecked. E. J, Bliss of Boston was bruised about the hoad and body. The other p.i-sengers escaped injury. At 1 o'clock this morning tin' cast and west bound freight trains met ni collision on tlio Baltimore and Ohio rail road at Board Tree tunnel, about !)0 miles oast of Wheeling. A wrecking Iriiin has been stnt out, but tho company refuses to give any particulars ot the disaster. It is known that both engines and a dozen cars wore Liitirely destroved and the wreck took fire. Engineers Domlnick Kclley and Charles Trultoy and an unknown man, sup posed to bo a trnmp, were instantly killed. The brakomou and switchmen employed on tho Toledo, Columbus utid Cincin nati railroad struck on Tuesday b cnuse they had b?eu refused an nd-lain-o in ..'s. "rpis' t business is ! most completely blocked from Toledo to Kenton. An attempt was made to run out n freight train yesterday, but tin1 strikers spiked the switch and tho cars could not be moved. A similar attempt last oveumg re sulted in a iailurc, not a freight car being moM'.l. Rev. Dr. Spurgoou Perry, aged 70 years, whose real tianio is said to be David Spur goon, was arrested at Philadelphia on Tuesday, charged with stealing n val uable horse, phaeton and set of harness in Brooklyn. Perry was trying to sell tho rig. hen searched three Mexican cou pons, calling for !;!5 each, six inonti, inter est on three soperato bonds of $1000 each and two newspaper clippings were among the thing- fumi. The clippings referral to the excellent work done by Rev. Dr. Spur ceou Perry, chairman and treasurer of tho building fund of the Ocean church, Couoy Island, who, it seems, had liecn busily eu gacd iu collecting money for the church. Joseph Duba, an employe of W. W. Saw yi l ol AlburIi, and driver of the stallion Aslitnout, Sir. Sawyer's well known stock nnd trotting horse, was fatally injured yes terday morning at the Plattsburgh, N, Y , fnir. Duba had been on tho track with the staillou, aud after gi ing him his exercise cumo up to the stall to unharness and euio for him. AVhile standing iu front ot the box for a moment, tlu hoiso reared nud came over backward upon Dubn, breaking one leg in two places, crushing both hip bones and badly injuring him internally. At lust accounts tho man was not dead, but no hopes are entertained of his recovery. Tho horse was badly strained and bruised but tho extent of his injuries aro not yet known. Tho train wrecked four milos south of (Irennbush on tho Now York Central on night of tho ltli wns the socond section ot the Montreal sleeper from Now York aud consisted of tho engine uud olght sleeping cars. When tho engine struck tho obstruction the whole train left tho track, Thore were HI passengers in tho throe cars that Idl into tho ditch but none wero injured to uny extent except Mis Uarguran of Brooklyn who was in tho second car. Sho received a severe wound on tho hand. Investigation of tho cnuso of the wreck showed that a rail had been jammed Into (ho cattlu guard and win wedged with timbers and securely held by fish plates, the whole being arranged in a slanting position. Vice-President Webb of the Now York Central has ottered a reward of $5000 for the detection aud con viction ot tnu persons who placed the ob structions ou the track. The dock laborers at Southamton Tues day prevented the departure of sev eral trains. The strikers nlso boseigod tho gales of tho dock and prevented tho en trance of oHIci'ils. Two companies of in fantry arrived in tlio evening mid droo the mob away from tho rails. The dockuieii made a deerato attempt to bronk the lino formed by tbo trcopi. Somo of them took the horses from tho cabs standing near nnd mounting them charged furiously upon tho soldiers. Tlio Mildlers stood firm and roientedIy repulsed tbo strikers. A number ot the horses Jwero bay ouottod and some of the riders were ssriously wounded, lly this time thocrnwd hnd been greatly augmented nnd volley titter volley ot stones wero hurled at tho troops. Three of tho troops were injured. Tho mayor read the riot net. This only added to the fury of the mob, a seetiou of which stormed the mayor's biisiuesi promises uud smashed avery window iu the place. Tho soldiers were ordered to charge uud the whole line advanced upon the crcwd with fixed bayiuiets. For n moment the riotero made a ehow ot rcslstaucu but many of thoir number wero pierco.1 by ths bay oneto of tho soldiers and tlio mob broke and iled in wild disorder. The excitement throughout thu city to-night is Intense. Mrs. Southwick, an iustino woman, of Rutland, has been taken to Brntlleboro. Her mabia has been for sovornl years that sho was superintendent of tho railroad. Rov. Joseph Tyler has decided not to ro ttirn to Natal again nnd will muko his homo with his son m St. Jolinsbury. Ho bus spent 40 years of service In the mission ary field. The Rich groin distillery nt tJtiiontown, Ky., wns burned Sunday morning wilh sev eral thousand gallons of whiskey. Loss, ijlSO, 000; insurance, $411,0(10. Tho fire, it is be lieved, was incendiary. Tbo dlstilliery was recently purchased by the Mutual distilling company, nn eastern concern, from John Roacli tor $100,000. The government ware house was saved. Near Lockporf, towo engines wero teles coped nnd tho louder of oneh driven back ward Into the lmlllt cars in n collision between two passenger trains on tho New York Central Slonday morning. Bag gageman Fielding was instantly killed and Engineer llradly had both legs broken, and Fireman Houston badly out. The pas sengers wero severely shaken up, but node weto soriously injured. A distressing case of drowning occurred at Addison Tuesday. A bright lad of four years, Lawrence, son ot Charles R. Smith, who was engaged in Gathering tho young turkeys near the house to have them fed, wns suddenly missed. A loosely covered well without a curb In tho immediate vicin ity was crossod by tho little fellow and he fell iu. His body was recovered about half an hour later, but life was extinct. It was a terrible blow to the young parents. Tho funeral takes place to-day, Rov. Mr. Sher man of Vergennes officiating. THE ELECTION IN MAINE. I'raetle.il Kntiivns Iroin tlio Kutiie Slate. Lkwiston, Me., Hept. 10. Tho Evening Journal has returns from practically tho whole Statu footing up: Burleigh, 0:1,505; Thompson. 4 1,'ili. Clark 23 IS; scattering, 000: republican plurality, 18,721. The re maining places in 1SS0. republicans, 025; democrats, S14; scattering, 100. Tim lDUi tb (.'imxi'ossloiiHl tllstil't, Hwi.oh, Sic, Sept. 10. Returns from 118 towns in the fourth congressional dis trict give lioutelle, rcpublicau, ll.Oili' Cro.s'.n. democrat, 7170; Cusbiiig, prohibi tionist, l-i; scattering 270. This indicates thu total vote to be about ;0,000, aud a plurality of over 1000, or equal that of tho president!!! year. In 1SS0 Boutello's plur ality was 51085. LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN. Second Klennlul Session ol thu Ilnitllor hoinl in Mm I'ranclsco. 1 ho second biennial convention of tho National Brotherhood of Firemen opened at Sim Francisco Monday morning, tlrnnd M.icr Frank P. Sargent of Terro lioutf, liidwua presided in :n cordance wit!, the constitution of tho order. Proceedings will bo conducted with closed doo.'s. l'.vry one of the 120 lodges com prising the order was represented. Conver sations with delegates strongly judical e that the policy pursued b Chief Sargent din ing the past two years will be enthusiastically endorsed Probably many changes in tho constitution will bo made leading in the di rection of avoiding strikes except ns u Inst resort in critical cases. Arbitration will bo strongly endorsed. AVedni'siInj 's Iturcs at I'lattsburgli. Pl.vrTMti'Riui, Sept. 10. Owing to the ram to-day but one rnco, that of stallions that havo never beaten 2:40 postponed fioni yesterday, was trotted. Tho summary is as follows. P. I). Witaver, Morrisville, bs, .M.inteU.i,' 13 12 18 A. t online. Houses Point, bs, Cnuipinii 3 13 111 JJ. . McDiiwcll, Champlnin, hr s. I) .a Carlos '. 2 4 1 5 3 Time, .'.f.'ii,, UUii, S-.ti, ti.-l.iU, SillH Mid '.':li ' 4. The races on Tuesdny were wou ns fol lows: Thioo-miiiute class Rockbuni, eh g, Cray K Knight, I'ppor Bedford, 1; St. .lames, br g, W. T. TromUly, Westport. 2; (leu. Urant, bk g, O, (iuyotte, Burlington, l; Frank L. blkg.C. F. Hutchinson, Pitts burgh, 4; May 1. Bee, gr in. J, B. Sabre, Cbazy, 5; Carillon, br s, F. C. Clark, Tl coudDioga, 0: John Murphy, b g, I). Jar vis, i'latlsburgh, 7; Crusader, b g, F, It. Hullock, 1'lattsburgh, 8; time, 2:42j, 2:4:ij, 2.11!. Two thirty-live class Little .Maud, b. m, J. B. Sabre. Chazy, 1; Prince, b g, L. La point, Pittsburgh, 2; Thnddous, b g, A. AV. Baker, Pittsburgh, !1; Young Colum bus, b g, W. E. Fiunery, Burlingtou, I; Tinker, b s, SI, IS. Holcomb, Keoseville, 5; AVilliston. b .s, H. Brock, St. Jolinsbury, 0: Fnnnov II, b in, J. V. llayos, Burlington, 7; time, 2:llt, 2:W, 2!0. Vermont Pensioners. AVsiiixoto., Sept. 4. Original, Allen P. Oilson of Quebec, Charles 0. Brigbam of Derby, Edward O'Neil ot Burlington, Thomas Tntoin of Johnson, H. C. Purkhurst of AVest Rutland. lncrjase, Charles E. Weeks of Sloutpeller. AVasiiixi.iov, Sopt. 5. Original, Albert (Shard, St. Albans; Charles, H. AVat-on, Fall fax; Octavi, widow of J. H. Curpenter, Marslitleld, WAhiuxcroN', Sept. 0. The following A'criuoutei's have lieeu grauted pensions: Original, John White ot (Javsville, Amos Filleld ot PttUHold, J. H. I.yoii of Colches ter, Monroe Lyford of Lower Cabot, minor of Peter Robinson of Burlington. AVashixi.ton, Sept. 10. The following A'ermoutors have been granted pensions, Original, (ieorge H. Stone of Bellows Falls, Chuuiicey Mintluck of AVatervlllo, Augustus Barker of lirattleboro, James Couuell of Newport Center, Ella, widow of Lafayette Leouurdot St. Albau, Haskell B. I'mmill of Chester Depot, Slnry, widow ot R. C. Coburn of Roxbury. Supjuuml Trulii Wi'ooltiu-s Iteuiauilud. At tho arraignment at Troy Wednesday of Kieruan aud Cordial, tho susiiocUi urrejltd for tbo Now York Central wrecking, the . names ot two other suspects, Arthur Bluett nud Thomas Cain, were brought out. Kieruan and Cordial wore remanded for exainiuution on Satur day. John Reed, another of the alleged tram wreckers, was brought to Troy thU afternoon nnd arraigned. 1'he prisoner pleaded uot guilty and wus coiuauttod to the Troy Jiul. ALL OVER TILE STATE. WHAT A WEEK BRINGS FORTH IN THE WAY OF NEWS. Itrlef Itrms of Interest from llvory Cor ner nf Vol incut -Postmnstors Ap pointed -Personals, Matmraolurlng Notes, liros nnd Minor Horns. A new bank building ii to be orected at Bradford this fall. Tho valution of Bnnningtou has increased $020,522 since 1880. The tower of the now St. Francis do Sales church will bo finished this year. 'I he Statu Sunday -school association moots at AVells River, October 21 and 22. Tho rormoat lodge of Good Tefflpii" will meet at I'lainflold, ( ietober 8 and 9. Tho salary of Col. Krod A. Fields, post master at Rutland, has bean ratodat $2ti0i. Application is to bo made to the Legi.dn ttire for an act of incorporation for llor l wiclt. The Orleans County Medical society - v .1 1 hold their quurtorly meeting at Newpmt, Noptemlier 11. B. Fay Mills begins gospel meeting, it St. Johnsbury, September 18, to coutuuu them until October 1. The Trojan orchestra of Poultney rott "ti ed homo ou Slonday, having completed tt.eir stiisou's engagement at tho AVhtlo Suip iur Springs hotel, Saratoga, W. P. Baxter of Chicago is making n 'ol faction ot A'ermont publications and 1 1 1 already over 2000 different specimens, si. in of them dating back many years. Tho Y. St. C. A. at Bennington i i. i flourishing condition. Handsome ,c n itod lockers are being put in. The . 'itl n,; facilities arc Hearing completion. The Advent church at St, Jolm-'i i.'y .1:1 oxtended a call to iter. SI. A. ' .. i t nf AVorcostor, Mass., their first pr lie will begin his work October 5, Dr. Hoskins is raising yellow P ir a': apples nt Newport which nioastn 1 1 1 '. 10 inches in circumference. ', ill ,1 , pretty well for these frozen r t.. north. Rev. Fathir Sullivan si ai 1 ' I : stinenco society with a in. u . .' Sunday, at AVmootki, an ! ' 1 of AVinooski think they - . 1 ti moon. Nowport is talking of tc " ready 1S5 havo pledged, .iu u . ,'e t . been onlv partially Vi. t. .1 ih.uf they can light the village -l. tb ,t $050 a year. The Orleans County lio n , ii hold a meeting at Nowpot t .- p . " :. At this time the physic.ans ; . . .1 amine gratuitously such pati - -es . themselves, making a general .11. The numerous A'ermout frioum . ,li. uu F. Stevens of St. Paul will be grai i;d t learn that bo has been nominated b; tin r - publicans of Ramsey couuty to r re . nt his uistrict in the stat beuato, j .e a fair show of his diction. Miss Slary Howe, the Brnttli ' 1 si e- stross will go to Now Yor1; inu U where she is to bes,iu 1 sc 1 n . Ln . nt under tbo ppeciul m.un ; i . . L. Ruben, a noted mu- m! i e pects to visit many o' t!. . K s d.ir ing tho winter month-. The first quarterly ine'ic , A ei mont Life As-ociatiu:i cf 1 .. 1 -sw:ll bo held at the Pailli..n m .i. . M. in day, Sept jinber 15, wnen 1.1;.. tup ir tanco to agent j will bo . 1 m- CllsnOd. Alt T ti: btl-lUi':- - - . ( 'O- plete.l tbo cvcuiiig wid be d" ; . tU.a quot. The republicans 1 f Km' 1 srint ed Col. Robert J. Kn.il,. 1 . re nt thorn iu tho Legislature. 1 r Hi- a busine-s man of Brooklyn, ' ' jo 1 .1 a summer residence in town a. is zensbip as it is bis native to . mu.i bis wealth and liberality ho . 11 t:ie hearts of the people. Miss Mary Howe of Brattlebor.. , id r brother Lucien, will leao about e it of October tor New York, which will 1 made her hendquuiters for the comiug a sou. Miss Howe's manager will be L .11 Ruben of Now York and she will siu, m tbo principal cities of the country The people of AVbo-doek have been '.n sidcrabiy aroused of late over tlio pros .11 e. of u wild animal which has boeu soon an 1 heard in se oral pai ts of tbo towq. In tracks indicate that the animal is of no mean size, and it is described as striped a: 1 of a light yellowish color, and his cry is lu... that of a child in dl;tress, but of g-. at power. James Cougulin of Lincoln, was f un I dead in his wugon Sunday evening. Fr.a 1 : he wont to A ergennes to trait-act busr returning Sunday. H 111 it: ito! nbo .; 7 o'clock Sunday evens;. line report is that he was found wru his head beti ivu tho wagon box and wheel, and tUat it was necessary to remove the wheel before li , body could bo takeu out of the wa,;mi. Another is that he was heard to drive nil 1 his yard nnd that Edward Ash. an umpl i' went out and saw bim tCougblioi sitting 1 the wagon. Ash attempt. si to lift him . but discovered instantly, that Cougulin -dead. Sir. Cuiighliu has been iu poor l.eu. . this summer, and Kuuday was suflei- .i with neuralgia in the face. It is tboi.1 that neuralgia of the heart was the imui - i ate cause of his death. He was well kuoi. n, was a native of Ireland aud came to th.s country about 115 years ago. lie was about 00 years of age. Friday, the second and last dny's ses-ioti of the AVashiugtou County Sunday Schcul association, at Barre was very suc cessful nud well attended. At 8:50 a. 111 , 50 of the delegates enjoyed an excnrsi ui b special train throu?h tho granite quan ut around Millstone Hill, uftor which tney re turned to the chinch uud this prograuimo wus carried out. Address "How to luten -t tho buys and girls of 15," by Rev. C. U. Lougren, Harre: address, "Fishing," Rev. (1. T. Raymond, Sioutiwlior; atteruoon, siugiugand prayer by Rev. .1. O. MUoluurni-, Cabot; address, "The coronation of Child hood," Rev. A. J. Hough, Sloutpelli; uddross, "Tenipeiuueo work in the Sunduj school,'1 Nettie butcholdor, Plniutleld, nd droas, "Tho V. T. V." Mr. B. M. Den ney, Slontpelier; address, "Tho training f boys," h. l. Loiii, Burlington; and que -tion box by Rev. L. H. F.lliott, Watorluu . A new constitution was adopted, ajid W. . Boyce, Barre, Rev. James Hamilton, Northtleld. Rev. C. AV. Longron, Harre, l. AV. Kenni'dy, Waterbiuv and Henry Peirin, Berlin, wero made executive commit too. 1