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§p| r iss.a r|g|l &£*•' jj'1*^^- PCiIDnCt CbAAiL bP.i k^s>£^-js^^ i j t o S W ^ • - , § - V ' • - 4 ! J ' M P | 'S^ggtf^l^;^,,,; -.; ,. . ' • \; .. -. .:-T^BuS&«L«'i":- * „ I f i i w d e r t o j D S j i ^ ^ ; ^"%-i -/' l5§g- o o s o ooo oe c o oo o oooo oooooo~y ? " l FIRE SALE. "Z o Qooi0600o000000 000 000000o •; T&<8$£ / \ /i' Secdftd Annual Fire Bale now^ going on, BROTHERS, 27Wall Street •..-t Vol. IT. Whole So. 954. "Equal and Exact Justice to all Men of Whatever State d* Persuasion, Religious or Political."—Jtffenon, Sorwalk, Conn., Tuesdaj Evening, October 2,1894. Price One Cent. IT':; ELECTION RAYMOND, THOMES AND DASKAM ' ; FOR SELECTMEN. ..V.-, . The City, Elects James T. Hub' bell TOP Mayor. HIS COUNCIL SOLIDLY REPUB- . LICAN. South Norwalk: Elects a Republican Mayor and Couno'.l. The carefully prepared election tables in this morning's GAZETTE, GIVE the results of election in this and adjoining towns, The day was particularly pleasant and many feeble and infirm voters came to the polls. In the town Selectmen Raymond and Daskam are reelected with Mr. Thomes of Bowayton, as their colleague. In the city James T. Hubbell, democratic candidate for mayor, defeated E. S. Adams, by a majority of fourteen, exactly the' same number as E, N. Sloan defeated Mr. Adams for Warden two years ago. At South Norwalk, Mayor Lee, Republican, was re-elected by 140 majority with a solid Republican board of councilmeu behind him, excepting R. H. Golden, who defeated Paul Berg. R, G. Mitchell, Democrat, defeated State and Town Committeeman, Edmund E. Orowe, for Collector. The license vote wis a surprise to both friend and foe, resulting in a majority of 269 for license, against 1156 last year. Town Ticket. V Ifer: -j . ££t SELECTMEN. .Oscar W. Raymond, r Ephraim Thomes, r ' Samuel Daskam, d Jacob B. Raymond, d Melville W. SillimaD, p Oliver W. Wee.d> P TOWN CMSBK. Herbert R. Smith, r Frank W. Perry, d George W. Aiken, p TOWN TBBASURHB. William A. Oartis, r William E. Montgomery, d Andrew Heath, p . COLLECTOR. George B. St. John, r Bichard H. Golden, d James H. Wilmot, p CONSTABLES. Robert N. Morehouse, r Walter Hall, r JohnjK. f'incb, t . Samuel C. Ireland, r Thomas Hunt, d Charles Lynch, d Herman Theile, d William Yolimer, d Alexander S. Palmer, p Thomas Lcngstaff, p Oscar 8. Mills, p Francis E. Merwin, p ASSESSORS. b. Smith L'Hommedieu, r Franklin A. Tolles, r Jamas Mitchell, d Walter L. Wilcox, d Enos Kellogg, p L Edwin H. Burnham,fp BOABD OP RELIEF. Bradley S. Keith, r Henry Seymour, r , John W. Mains, d " Henry D. Fox, d • 0 William F. Fiiiow, p ; Frank E. Parsons, p GBANDIJUBOBS. John H. Hoyt, r Monson Hoyt, r Charles F. Hallock,-r .: William Mitchell, d •' Patrick Slattery, <d O James O. Jennings, d ; Washington M. Sharrot, p • tEdWin Carter, p William N. Craw, p - SCHOOL VISITORS. Charles Olmrtea^, r John J±. Light, r Augustus C. Golding, d 'George W. Carroll, d -'i Richard O. Sherwood, p - 7 George L. Teeple, p -MJ E AUDITOR TOWN ACCOUNTS. '• "George F. Bearse, r r , 1783 J. Irving Dibble, d " 1191 George 1j. HarriB, p * ; 68 18$ >»!• . 1776 1597 1311 1211 64 64 1786 1156 68 1766 1183 1671 1306 61 1743 1770 1768 .1253 1167 1182 1134 1491 185 63 67 68 1574 1729 1435 1174 68 69 1785 1787 • 1190 1195 68 V 68 1803 _1788 1776 1181 1139 1169 67 : 71 I 68 * 1775 11779 s 1183 = 1211 & 69 •&. 69 : ; RECHSTBABS OF YOTBBS. 1st. Dist. C. B. Ooolidge, r 2d. Dist. Charles W. Stow, r 3d. Dist. E. E. Gorham, r 1st. Dist. John J. Walsh, d 2d. Dist, R. H. Golden, d 3d. Dist. John W. Mains, d 1st. Dist.F, H. Bedient, p 2d. Dist. George A. Davis, p 3d. Dist. Sylvester Sherwood, p Norwalk City Tloket. 1782 1781 1781 1178 1186 1184 70 68 68 MAYOR. V.- Elbert S. Adams, r 522 James T. Hubbell, d 536 CITY TREASURER. Henry P. Price, r ^ 588 William E. Montgomery, d 483 CITS' COLLECTOR. Addison A. Belts, r 612 James J. Keena, d 4oo CITY SHERIFF. Robert N. Morehouse, r 623 Thomas Hunt, d 446 AUDITOR. Victor S. Selleck, r 594 LeGrand C. Belts, d 471 INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS. Edward M. Lockwood, r 591 Bernard Tully, d 481 WATEB COMMISSIONER. Clarence B. Coolidge, r 616 William H. Olmstead, d 450 REGISTRAR OF VOTERS. Alfred E. Austin, r 512 Bernard C. Feeney, d 471 TREASURER WATER FUND. H. P. Price, 584 W. E. Montgomery, d 483 COUNCILMBN. John A. Osborn, r 564 Arthur C. Wheeler, r 591 Eugene L. Boyer, r 590 J. Arthur tinneo, r 585 Alfred A. Chinery, Jr., 675 William H. Smith, r , 597 Philo W. Bates, d 495 Augustus C. Golding, d 422 Charles A. Burr, d 492 James E. Woodhull, d 486 Michael F. O'Reilly, d 416 Alfred H. Camp, d 451 PASTEBS: .Tames T. Hubbell, 67; Elbert S. Adams, 22. Councilmeu : Burr, 37; GoldiDsr. 12 ; Bates, 43 j Woodhull, 33 : O'Reilly, 4; Camp, 5 ; Osborne, 1; Wheeler, 19 ; Boyer, 5 ; Pinneo, 23; Chinery, 93*: Smith, 23. South Norwalk City Ticket. 538 398 20 520 403 22 MAYOR. Mortimer M. Lee, r William1 W. Comstock, d Edward R.~ Bennett, p CITY TREASURER. Matthew Corbett, r Christian Swartz, d William N. Craw, p ELECTRIC LIGHT COMMISSIONER. Leslie Smith, r-d 936 Caleb S. Holt, p 22 CITY COLLECTOR. Edmund E. Crowe, r 447 Robert G. Mitchell, d 481 George A. Davis, p 20 ~ CITY MARSHAL. John Paul, r 519 Charles E. Woodward, d 407 Ralph S. Bradley, p 18 AUDITOR. George F. Bearse, r 517 J. Irving Dibble, d 410 George W. Harris, p 23 , INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS. John J. Goodwin, r 522 John F. McMahon, d 404 Francis E. Merwin, p 22 WATER COMMISSIONER. Samuel Raymond, r-d Joshua R. Jennings, p TREASURER OF WATEB FUND. Edwin Wilcox, r 520 Minot S. Smith, d 413 John Palmer, p 21 REGISTRAR OF VOTERS. Joseph Tammany, r 517 Rnfus J. Smith, d 414 Albert R. Kendriok, p 22 COUN OILMEN. Charles F. Hallock, r 490 Paul Berg, r 421 Edward H. Fox, r 494 Stephen S. Hatch, r 509 Oliver- E. Weed, r 482 Frank N. Ferris, r 526 Abiather Blanohard, d 451 Richard H. Golden, d 471 Walter L. Wilcox, d 454 William H. Raymond, d 399 John McMahon, d 437 John Oldenschlager, d 406 Andrew Heath, p 22 Osborne Taylor, p 20 Jaiqfs H. Wilmot, p 21 Washington M. Sharrott, p 22 Lewis E. Buckman, p 22 Ernest W. Talmadge, p 22 946 22 THE LICENSE VOTE. 1st 2d 3d District. For License 891 534 157 — 1582 No License 554 570 189 — 1313 . Majority for License - 269 . AST YEAR'S VOTE. - For License No License 1706 550 Majority for Lioense 1156 Selectmen Vote By Districts. 1st 2d 3d Districts Oscar W, Raymond, 854 644 278 — 4778 Ephraim Thomes, 718 637 842 — 1597 Bamael Dask&m, 770 429 112 — 1311 J|B, Baymond, 599 530 82 — 1211 NEW BRITAIN., • ; - After « year'a trial pf no lioenso ana tho loss of $36,485.90 in revenue the town of New Britain Toteci lideiiBe by 11 majority. $ y J WILTON. ; Selectmen. ' N. M. Belden, r 143 Josiah Gilbert, r 134 John Gorham, d 86 John R. Comstock, d 85 Town Clerk. . R. H. Fitch, r 185 Silas W. OlmBtead. k 80 Town Treasurer. George F. Brown, r 150 Samuel G. Lookwood, d 82 Collector of Town Taxes. Robert W. Keeler, r 146 Trnman Smith, d 82 Registrar of Voters. : George W. Ogden, r 147 John B. Sturges, d 84 Assessor. Edwin O. Seymour, r 147 Henry E. Chichester, r 139 George B. Ferris, d 85 George B. Abbott, d 85 Board of Relief. Arthur N. Benedict, r 137 Henry A. Barrett r 147 Sherman Morehouse, d 84 George W. Batterson, d > 83 Constables. Martin Harbs, r 147 Theodore Olmstead, r : 149 George W. Godfrey, r 140 William H. PaddocK, r 145 Morris G. Buttery, d 84 Gardner, S. Raymond, d 84 Morris D. Moriarity. d 82 Thomas Pryor, d 84 Grand Jurors. CharleB Sterling, r 147 LeRoy Sturges, r 148 Eliphalet Morehouse, r 148 Rufus, R. Ruecoe, d 80 Sherman Morehouse, Jr., d 84 George W. Si. John, d 82 School Visitor. William Jr Betts, r 148 Samuel J. Miller, r 145 oohnB. Sturges, d 84 To Fill Vacancy. Benjamin F. Brown, r William E. Hooker, d 84 ^ ' Auditor. George R. Gray, r 148 William L. Keeler, d 83 WEST PORT. Selectmen, R. H. Coley, d , ' 290 C- F. Bulkley, d 251 D, B. Bradley, Jr. r> 238 Oscar Smith, r 224 Town Clerk. W. J. Finch, d 336 T. E. King, r ' ' 185 Town Treasurer. J. L. G. Cannon, d 283 G. S. Adams, r 214 Tax Collector. S. E, Banks, d 283 W, H. Bradley, r 220 Constables, William Marphy, d 278 C. E. Mills, d 297 Edwacd Allen, d 301 Frank Bradv, d 277 W. id. Bradley, r 230 W. tl. Burr, r 208 I. A.!Parsells, r 217 J. W. Gault, r 239 Grand Jurors. W. H. Petrie, d 297 Eli Bradley, d 277 J. F.Dailey, d 234 J, H. Jennings, r 226 Frederick Wakeman, r 217, 0. H. Jones, r 2i6 Assessors. J. W. Hurlbutt, d 297 Thomas Quinlan, d 271 Edward 0. Birge, r 209 C. H. Jones, r .236 Board Of Relief. - Moses Sherwood, d 297 Patrick Campbell, d 279 W. L. Coley, r ^ 218 H. B. Coley, r - 298 School Visitor—Three Years. ^ C. H, Kemper, Jr., 298 J. F, Elwood, r 221 Registrar of Voters. W. J. Wood, d 297 F. M. Salmon, r ; 221 Auditor. J. W. Hurlbutt, d 298 H. E. Sherwood, r 235 License. License, 277 No License, 138 Majority for license, 139 DAR1EN. Selectmen. "... J. C. Klinefelter, r O. G. Waterbury, r A. F. Delafield, d A. Mackay, d Town Clerk/ Thaddeus Bell, t •• E. A. Hall, d Treasurer. Thaddeus Bell, r E. A, Hall, d Treasurer Town Deposit Fund. Thaddeus Bell, r 222 E. A. Bell, d * 140 Collector. J, H. Whitney, r J. W. Emmens, d . Assessors. ; Thaddeus Hoyt, r J. H. Whitney, r G. Gregory, a R. I. Tolles, d Board of Belief. James durzOn, r .• „ s A. H. Scofield, r 214 Stephen Hall, d r«*-l • W. H. Willmott, d jg?140 Auditor. A. H.Soofield, r rj ^2iar S. Grumman, d 207 192 154 164 227 133 222 138 218 143 215 219 138 143 Grand Jurors. S. C. Sillimtin, r 213 W. T. Barker, r ' 217 W. H. WiUmott, Jr., d 145 W. N. Waterbury, d 147 Constables. S. Keeler, r ' ' _ 215 Alonzo Weed. r 210 A.J. Jayne, d ^ 147 G. J. Oberlander, d , 146 Registrar of Voters^ ; G. W. Fowler» r 213 W. H,- Willmott, Jr,, d y School Visitor, S. J, Austin, r ^ 216 J. W. Emmens, d • 147 License. License, . 188 No License, ' 126 Majority for license, 62 LAST YEAR'S VOTE. SEIiEOTMEN. Raymond, r Baker, r • Daskam, d . _ Craw, d . TOWN CLBRK. Smith,* Hubbell,^d " TREASURER. Curtis, r Montgomeay, d ; ; COLLECTOR. St. John, r u v Snyder, d : : LICENSE. For License," No Licence, Majority for License, 1555 1502 1277 1141 1635 1133 1683 1140 1589 1139 1706 550 1156 City. 616 444 MAYOR Keeler, r ' ^ i ; Couch, d TBEASUBER. Price, r • 601 Montgomery, d 434 COLLECTOR, R Betts, r 6U Mead, d ; 35 SHERIFF. Morehouse, 593 Byrnes, d „ 433 . AUDITOR. Selleck, r 613 Keena, d - o ; : 7 W r" - •. - J 438 REGISTRAR. Austin, r 594 Feeney, d - ^ 453 INSPECTOR OF FLECTIONS. Lockwood, r 599 Tully, d 453 WATER COMMISSIONER. Coolidge, r 1031 Treadwell, r - 605 Mead, d * . 1027 Murray, d , 470 TBEASURER WATER FUND. Price, r 603 Montgomery, d y 462 COUNCILMEN. Osborn, r 616 Wheeler, r t 623 Boyer, r . ' 614 Piuneo, r ='' 556 Chinery, r 677 Adams, r 614 Glover, d ' _ 458 Sutherland, d 428 Golding, d ^ 433 Ward, d 460 Gregory, d * "493 Decker, d 440 South Norwalk. . MOYOR. Lee, r 466 Volk, d - 399 TREASURER. Corbett, r . 455 Swartz, d 409 COLLECTOR. Crowe, r 444 Snyder, d - 428 MARSHAL. Oliver, r I 458 Smith, d . 420 R:- AUDITOB. Bearse, r. 457 Dibble, d 419 INSPECTOB OF ELECTION. Goodwin, r 460 Smith, d : - 418 TBEASUBER OF THE WATEB FUND. Wilcox, r 464 Smith, d 418 1 ^ REGISTRAR OF VOTES. Tammany, r 457 Golden, d / 420 COUNCILMEN, Nash, r 459 Mcully, r > 461 Schaub, r - - 461 Sevmour, r ; ; " "465 Hoyt, r 462 Slater, r , .. 467 Craw, d . - 898 Trowbridge,, d v ' 438 Zelluff, d >- ., 420 Judson, d 402 Donovan, d > v 511, Morton, d 387 BRIDGEPORT. A telephone message to E, J. Hili at the Atlantio Hotel, Bridgeport, at one o'clock a, m., elicited the information that the ex-senator declined to get up and receive the result of the election in Norwalk of give the situation of the Congressional fight. However, the GAZETTE hopes to herald his nonina-tion for Congress in its edition this afternoon. ^ k " • STAMFORD. Stamford gives the largest can majority since the war, as Selectmen. . E. S. Holly, r G. H. Roberts,'r . A. P. Tom, d v C. A. Weed, d ^ Town Clerk. F. J. Billard, r W, F. Waterbury, Treasurer. W. D. Daskam, r R, Swartwout, d Lioense Vote. ; For Licence ^ No Lioense Republi follows 1529 1431 10I0. 1171 953 1626 1399 1187 1226 1024 Majority for License 202 Last year Stamford gave 734 majority for license. " NORWICH. Norwioh gave a Republican majority and 12 for license. D ANBURY. Danbury eleots the entire Republi can ticket and gives a majority of 107 for lioense. ELECTION NOTES. Ia the first distriot there were 19 straight Prohibition tickets polled, 418 demooratio and 456 Republican. The total number of votes cast in the first district was 1524, out of 2,352 on the list. No women voted in the First district In the second distriot there were 5 of which Charles Olmstead received 3 John H. Light 1; R. O, Sherwood. 1. Not a ballot was thrown out in the Second district. There were 7 city tickets in the town box, 4 democratic and 3 republican, 11 license and 31 no license ticket-were deposited in the wrong box. W. H. Hamilton (colored) who is debarred from voting, having been to State prision, vofcd on his father's name, and the fraud was not discovered until W, H. Hamilton asked for his envelope and found his name had been checked off. Hamilton, Jr., has a chance to again visit the State prison. The counters at the first district polling place were C, E. Curtis, J. E. B, Sayre, Samuel Lynes andE, J. Finne-gan, Jb'. Leonard was Moderator and Stiles Curtis secretary. During the counting of the ballot at the Town House Mayor-elect Hubbell was serenaded and made a short speech. Rats. At three o'clock this morning the police thought they heard some one in the New York grocery company's store. Captain Dann and Officer Bar tram secured their dark lanterns and made an investigation and found that the intruders were nothing but every day rats. E liott an(l Carter Again. KANSAS CITY, Oct. 2.— Dr. W. F. Carver and J. A. Elliott of Kansas Cifcy, the world's wing shot, have signed articles for another live bird match. The dates set for the Bhoot are Oct. 11, 12 and IS, and it will be for $400 a side and the world's championship. In a match tinder similar conditions recently shot here Elliott won all three shoots. A Remarkable T'Jcyclios: Feat. BUFFALO, Oct. £•.—The £00 mile road record over the coorso from Buffalo to Erie, Pa, and return has been lowered again. For the brief space of three days *£. T. Mack, a local unattached road rider, had the honor of holding the record of li hours 94 minutes 45 Eeconds. This was cut by W. 1>. Steimal to 13 hours 21 minutes 80 seoonds. > Miss Wlllard's Views. CHICAGO, Oct. 2.—In answer to many questions Miss Frances E. Willard has sent the following dispatch to a white ribbon leader in Canada: "-Concerning total abstinence, prohibition and womaft's bal- • lot, my opinions are fixed as the law of gravitation. Politicians try to make it Seem otherwise for their own purposes." Ball 011 Trial For Murder. JEBSET CITT, Oct 2.—Edward Bull was I >ut on trial today before Judge Lippincott 1 'or the murder of his wife on May 25. Bull evinces no interest in the proceedings. The defense will be insanity. When Bull killed his wife, he cut his own throat and only now has recovered his voice so that he oan make himself understood. Harrison In Tennessee. J MEMPHIS, Oct. 8.—A member of the Shelby county executive committee is authority for the statement that Governor McEinley has cancelcd his engagements to speak in Tennessee and ex-President Harrison has been induced to fill the governor's appointments. General Harrison will make four speeches. The Dutch Take Matarani. AMSTERDAM, Oct. 2.—Dispatches from Batavla announced that the Dutch aftor eight hours' hard fighting captured Mat-aram, the stronghold of the Balinese rebels. Tho Dutch loss was a lieutenant and 12 privates killed and :4 officers and 45 orivafces_ wounded. t The Balineso lo»t heavily._ 51, Slate Quarries Seized. J. \ EASTON, PaM .Oct 8.—The sheriff has' seized the extensive slate quarries at Edel-man, this county, belonging to JMelman. Bros., to.satisfy an execution of $15,006. j ONE LIQUOR MID. Chief Vollmerand,Officers Decker : and Gladstone Make a De* scent on Mr. and Mrs. John Dennis. ; . A Table Spread For Customers. Owing to the strong fight being made in favor of no lioense at South Norwalk Mayor Lee decided to striotly enforce the law In regard to selling liquor, on election day. With this in view Chief William Yolimer stationed his force about the oity 80 that the saloons in the center of the qity conld be kept under strict surveillance. Officer Decker was stationed on Water street, and soon his attention was attracted to the number of persons going in and out of the boarding house kept by Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dennis, at the corner of Water and Havilaid streets. He reported the matter to the Chief who decided to make an investigation. Summoning Officer Gladstone the trio visited the house and after effecting an entrance began a search of the premises. On groing to the cellar the officers found a table on which was a lighted lamp and two bottles of whiskey in readiness for customers. About the room were thirty-seven empty oases of lager, which the officers sampled and found to be fresh beer. An extensive search of the building fniledto reveal either Mr. or Mrs. Dennis. The officers searched high and low but could find no trace of eit'uer of the parties. Word was left with or e of the boarders by Chief Yolimer. ordering them both to appear before Justice Barrett to-day. This was the only raid made by the police during the day, and as far as known was the only violation of the liquor law in South Norwalk. Several intoxicated individuals were about the streets, but it is thought that they either obtained their liquor on Saturday or bought it at some saloon on the outskirts of the city. BLACKED HER EYE. "Joe" Nagle Assaults Katy Burns. Skips Out Before an Officer Can Arrest Arrest Him. Katy Burns, a daughter of James Burns, came up town last night and complained to Captain Dann that Joseph Nagle had struck her in the eye and blackened it. Katy stated that she told Nagle not to shut the door of the Allen House and in reply he grabbed her by the throat and struok her in the eye. Officer Kenney went down after Nagle but he had skipped. Nagle has quite a reputation in town. At one time he was arrested for an assault on TimothyfByrns and later was arrested for making way with funds of Hope Hose company. The latter case he settled and came back to town several days ago, but this new trouble will rid the town of his presence for sometime. At 1.30 this morning Nagle gave him* self up and Justice B. M. Bose accepted B. Francis Adams as scourity for his appearance to-day.' SWINDLED UAH? MERCHANTS. Avreat In • Ban Ihranolieo of a Man Who Obtained Goods fraudulently. SAM FRANCISCO, Oot. 9.—United States Postofflce Inspector J. W. Irwin has captured a man who-Is believed to be a swindler with' a national reputation. He wap arrested on the charge of using the United States mails in conducing a soheme tp defraud and was booked under the name of-Henry Smith. Evidence has been a<jr cumulated whloh, it Is believed, wlU prove beyond a. doubt that this Henty Smith Is the inan Who recently in Chioag^> impersonated Joseph Jaeger, a reputable merchant of Macon, Mo> ; Joseph Bawn of Klrkville, In the same state, and Mitchell Bros, of C&dillao, Minn. In July and August last several prominent Chloago business houses reported to the mercantile agencies and United States postofQoe Inspectors that they had received orders for goods from Macon, Ma, signed by Joseph Jaeger, a reputable business man, dealer in Stoves, hardware, etc. They scanned the mercantile agency lists and discovered that Jaeger was rated as a first olass business man, and consequently they had no hesitation in filling the orders and shipping the goods. O. M. Livingston of Chicago was one of the viotims, for It subsequently developed that the real Joseph Jaeger had never ordered goods from| Livingston'and did not receive those whloh the latter shipped to Maoon. Upon investigation It was learned that some 61 eve* swindler had' signed the order for the goojts with a rubber stamp whioh printed Joseph Jaeger's name in red ink and in.large oapltal letters, while the body of the order was written with a pen and ink. The rogue had anticipated the arrival of the way bills*, received the goods and disposed of them. * A succession of swindling, conducted on the same plan was reported from various cities in different parts of the country. For the past month.he has been practicing his profession in California. , X', WJ'f'r.0 STABBED BY A BOOTBLACK, t In a Souffle He Plunges a Knife Into a Young Bnfflklonlan. BUFFALO, Oct. 3.—-Twenty-year-old Frank Wearing and 18-year-old Mieha§l Teresa quarreled over a cigarette, and as a result Wearing is at the Fitoh hospital at the point of death. Wearing asked Teresa, who is a bootblack, for a cigarette. "Go and buy your own oigarettes," the bootblaok said. "You're a fresh dago, and I will liok you," Wearing replied. Both then engaged in a wordy battle, and finally Wearing let out and struok Teresa on the jaw, almost knooklng' him over. With a cry of rage the Italian whipped a huge penknife from bis pooket, and, quickly opening the largest blade, plunged it with'all his might into Wearing's abdomen. Wearing'staggered and fell, but regained his feet. The Italian ran away. When Wearing got on his feet, the blood was gushing from his stomach in a stream. He walked to the Fitch' hospital, leaving a trail of blood. He will die. Teresa has not been arrested. Ezeta Has Had Enough. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2.—Maron Mar-rouquin, father-in-law of Carlos Ezeta, the fugitive ex-president of the San Salvador republic, has arrived from Central Amerioa. "Carlos Ezeta will never go back to Salvador under any circumstances, '' he said in an interview. "I have it from his own lips. He wants to spend the remainder of his days abroad. He is weary of revolutions and political strife." The mirror Lake House Burned.- SAKANAC LAKE, N. Y., Oct. 3.—The Mirror Lake House, on Lake Plaold, burned to the ground with all its contents today. The house closed la9t Monday after the most successful season in its history, and all t"he summer guests had departed. The only persons in the house, and asleep at the time of the fire, were the manager, Charles E. Martin, his family and a few servants. ; ^ "t;ft • m « ' &£f. Sir; Steamer Knickerbocker Safe. . Vf. c. T. U.'to M.et. JAMESTOWN, N. Y., Oct. 2.—The Woman's Chrifltian Temperance union of the state will open its twenty first annual Besslon tomorrow in the First M. E. church. Tho oxecutivo committeo met this afternoon and prepared its report. This evening a devotional service was conducted by the state euporintendent of evangelistic work, Mrs. Mary J. Weaver , of Batavia. Two Killed by a Caveln. ~ BOCHESTEB, Oot. 2.—Three men were buried by the cavein of a sewer leading from the state hospital through Goodman street today. John Slick was rescued after he had been three hours under the Barth. Ferdinand Rltz, 44 years of age, and Charles Howald, 30 years of age, were killed. Their bodies, under 14 feet of earth, were recovered this afternoon. , : ; England and France's Misunderstanding. PARIS, Oct. 2.—The Figaro says that M. Decrals, the French embassador at London, has returned from that oity much dftcouraged. The Figaro adds: "Our relations with Great Britain for some time past have been of a difficult nature. The truth the ' discussion of the Egyptian question is no longer ventured upon between Paris tuud London." NEW YORK, Oot. 8.—The Cromwell line steamer Knickerbocker, Captain Halsey, whloh sailed from here on Saturday, Sept. S3, has arrived at New Orleans. A telegram reoeived at the New York offioe read: "Arrived a. m. Had hurricane. Lost seoond mate and one seaman overboard. Lost mainmast. Stove bulwarks. Engines all right." *' Elliott to Be Deported. - /f. WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.—The Theatrical union of New York qpmplalned to the secretary of the treasury that Henry W. Elliott, a theatrical property man, had arrived under contract with Augustin Daly. On Sept. 18 Elliott was ordered deported. A further hearing was granted, and today the secretary affirmed his former aotion. The Scltuate Victim Identified. ^ p PROVIDENCE, Oct.. 2—Detectives have | established the identity of the woman | murdered in Scltuate. Her name was Em- g ily Chambers, 43 years old, who has lived a in Providence for 20 years. She came from ; the north of Ireland and had borne a good reputation. She was last in the employ of „ Gllbane Bros., builders and contractors. A Notary Public's Snicid«i^|^§fjf|^|.';;. LEWISBUBQ, Pa., Oot. 3.—James Haus, | notary public of Mifflinburg, committed " suicide by severing the arteries of his ~ vpist with a razor. Haus went to his office early, and when his wife sent one of their children to call him to (inner he was found on the floor of the offiod dead. Despondency is thought to be the eaufle.., . — !!?»• « Judge Gayrior "Still Noncommittal. . BROOKLYN, Oot. Jnstice William J. Gaynor sat in the supreme coUrt, Brook- , lyn, today. When asked whether or not he would accept the nomination for judge of the court of appeals on the Democratic state tioket, he said: "I have nothing to gay. I have not been officially notified and decline to talk about the matter." -i^Iwo Veterans Murdered. DAYTON, O:, Oct. S.-^TWO old soldiers were fqund rdbbed;and murdered and their bodies lyihg in the public road. Their name£%ere~Adolphus O&rgan <Jf Company P, Cornell's legion, of Maryland, and > - John Barrett of the navy. The city police and detectives have 50 suspeots looked
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RAYMOND, THOMES AND DASKAM
' ; FOR SELECTMEN.
The City, Elects James T. Hub'
bell TOP Mayor.
HIS COUNCIL SOLIDLY REPUB-
South Norwalk: Elects a Republican
Mayor and Couno'.l.
The carefully prepared election tables
in this morning's GAZETTE, GIVE
the results of election in this and adjoining
towns, The day was particularly
pleasant and many feeble and infirm
voters came to the polls.
In the town Selectmen Raymond and
Daskam are reelected with Mr. Thomes
of Bowayton, as their colleague.
In the city James T. Hubbell, democratic
candidate for mayor, defeated
E. S. Adams, by a majority of fourteen,
exactly the' same number as E,
N. Sloan defeated Mr. Adams for Warden
two years ago.
At South Norwalk, Mayor Lee, Republican,
was re-elected by 140 majority
with a solid Republican board of
councilmeu behind him, excepting R.
H. Golden, who defeated Paul Berg.
R, G. Mitchell, Democrat, defeated
State and Town Committeeman, Edmund
E. Orowe, for Collector.
The license vote wis a surprise to
both friend and foe, resulting in a majority
of 269 for license, against 1156
V Ifer: -j
.Oscar W. Raymond, r
Ephraim Thomes, r '
Samuel Daskam, d
Jacob B. Raymond, d
Melville W. SillimaD, p
Oliver W. Wee.d> P
Herbert R. Smith, r
Frank W. Perry, d
George W. Aiken, p
William A. Oartis, r
William E. Montgomery, d
Andrew Heath, p
George B. St. John, r
Bichard H. Golden, d
James H. Wilmot, p
Robert N. Morehouse, r
Walter Hall, r
JohnjK. f'incb, t .
Samuel C. Ireland, r
Thomas Hunt, d
Charles Lynch, d
Herman Theile, d
William Yolimer, d
Alexander S. Palmer, p
Thomas Lcngstaff, p
Oscar 8. Mills, p
Francis E. Merwin, p
b. Smith L'Hommedieu, r
Franklin A. Tolles, r
Jamas Mitchell, d
Walter L. Wilcox, d
Enos Kellogg, p L
Edwin H. Burnham,fp
BOABD OP RELIEF.
Bradley S. Keith, r
Henry Seymour, r ,
John W. Mains, d "
Henry D. Fox, d • 0
William F. Fiiiow, p ;
Frank E. Parsons, p
John H. Hoyt, r
Monson Hoyt, r
Charles F. Hallock,-r .:
William Mitchell, d •'
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