You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Fort Wayne Times-Post (Newspaper) - August 28, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana PORT WAYNE VOL. 81. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28, 18'J5. TEN CENTS A IAT MEANS MOKE TUX few In regard to tho result o the vehicle license aK an illustration o what can be The IN IS EXPECTED n lo To r the Conn Will Count Superintendent's lo the and re pair of II -is by th hoard of public works Unit wll liu for the vear Mi general appropriation hill presented you day calls for for the maintenance ami repair o of only 38.UIXI from the Home Queer Statements hi Mr Aug. A cable dispatch from Madrid an inter with General in IK Campos him to express to the his pessimistic impressions should the not it. tin Antonio ability to lake advantage of Ins and careless Political divisions weak ened and it is necessary ti the Spanish army and re habilitate the while opposed lo Hie morale of the he was authorised by lo thai war he ended by next ill thu Council Lust Killer Aug. Th lo decide Mm case involving th validity of the law passed by the las legislature changing thu time Tor elect ing county superintendents of schools The law in is the one changes the lime uf electing superintendents of schools fron the Monday in lo the in Il was Ji political measure from the The republicans Inid buei unusually successful in elect ing trustees hist fall and the leaders felt thai should have Ihe of this success in the election of county As the new did not lake until August the parly could not lies Ills al WANTS A GOLD MAYOR'S LISTIN A Hits Lost CUD in Leaders of the Old Estimate of the Expenses foi Next that the vehicle license will provide funds to ment the asked for the Yun will see that the vehicle license relieves the general fund of be ing depleted lo the amount of and It is called upon lo furnish Ky oilier sources revenue available as the pro we will be one of courses for us lo pursue In coming We can either reduce Ihe for general purposes from even 81 lo the extent of revenue received u Throush u Car Not Take DOES HE REFLECT TRAMPS SENT THE START It Is In Washington That Cold Men Will If They Can't Dominate From the Committee and Passed by a Party bo no Eleventh Hays Pines a Colored Woman for Assault and Battery Joy's Place Was Elected Temporary Currency Plank of 1892 Will Be Aug. interview printed in New York with K. Cleveland's city council met lAsl evening after a six with Mayor Oak ley in Ihe and nil forced an entrance lasl inlo thu room at W Calhoun Aug. Con In all predictions of last night and ihe belief of the of the this democratic party your it declared tor I he Mm greenbacks lias created Mr. is in such touch with the whoso almost constant companion he is when ray his words are thought lo Mr. Cleveland's views tn a grunt Mr. in his also announces that he has lost in the leaders of of and thinks tl is fur parly of sound linn Il doesn't take a very astute politician to discover the points of the compass from Mr. remarks tind In Mie now projection which Mr. Benedict a new pledged to goM mid retirement of i ho a further uf currency to Mr. Cleveland lu head It. Of Mr. doesn't go en fur in but Hint is what Ma interview in taken to He says further Mr. Cleveland is in harmony his but say Mr. Cleveland would extent oT tho democratic parly If Ihe parly does Hot with Mr. can do he because lui Is not fin politics ami Mr. from disclosed Mio poil lion uf many of Mr. Cleveland's gold standard If they can't Hie party on money will go mid Hock by themselves or vole with file in Cuba lo occupy iho provinces of Puerto Principe ami Santa ihe army Into two uno the other He deems it to a maritime guerilla force of launches armed with ami the war will drag thu minutes of ing were dispensed with on motion Councilman Tho mayor reported his approval of the ordinance and other ordinance's and passed al the last meeting of the Tim mayor here read a message council as Aug. of tins fur your consideration a made me Ihe city comptroller giving of various for Mm next valuation of in the city on which luxes will be levied Mils yeur will be being an over last year of which shows that Wayne is in as well as in nli amount in a sinking fund Lu retire matured that il is only necessary lo matters in order to have your honorable body take such action as importance 1 am Very U 11. message was referred to the committee and on motion or Mr. McDonald ordered printed in the Comity Treasurer Oass Hunter asked that the uity place in the county treasurer's furniture lo used in caring for books and the properly of the The presented by Ihe several different city departments were referred to Iho committee and ordered The hoard of public works asked that the council apply for membership in the American Society of Municipal which meets In Cincinnati em bur 11. A motion to make such was The of the trustees was referred to The cum ml lieu on waler works and he water works trustees made a recommending a HUM hod of securing an water They building of a now and a well Mint such Improvement would cost supply of gallons The trustees and took a decided stand going to any lake for thu water now In inn was possible 10 or all The report vas referred to The lo which was referred he petition the name of lo avenue for further An from the Cincinnati of public works asking the council lo Iho convention of the American Society of Municipal thieves were evidently away before the job was Entrance was through the rear a heavy chisel having been ised to force ihe The door was a and the burglars were 10 artists lo have forced it. The Chisel was broken in prying the lucks uid the pieces wore found on the Whether it was the intention to Mie store or is lot li would have been a bold rick In attempt Lo blow tho safe us the is well lighted and the interior The police have a clue and are it. Lute last night Deputy Sheriff Welch ug returned lo the city with Klmer man bales of hay from a car it Ind. Listin got wind of be intended and when Ihu Dili er arrived al Ma home was The stayed al or near ils residence until lu o'clock when he was in his denied ils guilt i mil asserted that he would be ble lo prove his Innocence Ihu Unit two ol her persons re with These vere subpoenaed lo us witnesses t the preliminary Injuring before Hi which is being his They did come lo ihe but probably heard thai they night also be arrested ami Mr. a peculiar en home in a Nickel rain this after the rain passed stone about the of a hen's egg was hurled through he window .to which be wiling nnd hardy missed his id know from whence Mm slone bin believes il may have been by some of Trumps the new law Hie of about forty counties between and his will be in R single convention on the stale the candidates being Quay and Mm present It. R The compromise hy which ihe of the convention was averted was ir rived at about o'clock this In the compromise il was lhat but convention should bo and hat the judges shall It was also agreed hat the convention roll shall be mad with each of the six half a A further agreement was reached lint no one shall bo allowed in the hall but the delegates and the There now seems lo be no doubt that Senator has things all own vay antl Is the winner in that has been made Aug. II this morning Chairman called Mm convention of the republicans lo The vole or temporary chairman resulted in a for over Hall by a vole of ittj to The election if was Mien made This rule was followed marly all democratic counties anil in a few republican It is maintained that ihe new law is because it is an elfort lo i law that has been LABOR With Violent of Has Hours the Flow of Blood Could Not Be Chucked and tho Mart's End Was Different Events and tho Rulos of tho Tor tho Day who riniK the was with violent iges and came near bleeding lo Yesterday at he submitted lo an operation for some after which ho went out m his Al Pern yesterday his none lo and Mm oss of blood continued during Ihe 10 this nt the the hemorrhage he went lo Dr. Immediately upon in 1'Vt nl 7 o'clock last The most means mown to In such cases were but the of blood It begun for the who wan from lie low lo abale and yielded o was removed loa lolel for the mid was in a able his morning to preceed lo his In Delia Dr. a of Ibis was In Mie from hnt he could not he found on games from ihe U. Caledonians and Ihe athletic learns mot wiMi the committee on lor The was held at he of hall and the pro with rules and governing 1. Tossing the 1 1'olaio Ihe 11. Three T. step and Running broad Sack 11, Throwing thu 12. Hurdle Pole M. Half mile 1.1. Old o all over 17. Heavy men's over IS. lu lax fj ant IKI mi 7IJ.IWI 20 Ul n IKI on in iwi 1 the comptroller In for tho use of the several for the no. a and transmit the same Tor and recommend that you proper a evy ol on each and in each an ordinance appropriations by Items for Hie of Ihe various department and city purposes for the ensiling according lo Mitt Ilien moved the on permanent organisation 11- the name of 1 last Ings for permanent was then moved that without recess until ils shall have been also was agreed lo. A resi iln lion for Mie of a slate y as lias heretofore con the The on of Mm platform the currency f national platform of 1'IWT AND WAHASH Sime Tux mint Thomas Kohl general tax Hut Wayne was funs the slide lux hoard trying lo convince Mint the hud been assessed too high us compared with the Lake Shorn Michigan Mr. maintained that the roads were of equal value nnd endeavored lo show lint Hint the Shore condition Ihe danger viis nearly or crippled by a reduction n Ihe lux levy of on the vu A levy will revenue for ho charges and also a very fund fnr general II to bo on white we memberships In said A resolution asking that Ihe alley ami Wayne streets from to bo mimed was Introduced by Mr. was The of directors of Mie asked that in mailu In Mie levy to a this morning lo arrest some Two of the fellows called at he house ami asked for something lo They It and then began lo One carried a revolver and red the They then Iti the spring ami washed Midlands therein and Inking hals water over any and of lo he nal in all 2. he three LWO an- U. nol Ind the in Ihe rder of Xo will he allowed Inside the rena except Ihe ntl members of the THE Prominent Wealthy nf fur May llu Allowed to Catty Sbot nnd Killed By Alexander n Hotol Aug. Tlie of this loping to Ihe sal began this It is that Ihe for will show to a good for the reason thai Ihe heavy vork will he largely uf several roads up in The hoard promised Mr. witli The road was represent ed hy 1'. It. William V. The board assessed the road ODD IL mile on The Miat is not prospering lo pay Dm taxes demanded by S. Fish ttf said liend road liad been loo The road is a short onu nnd Is for I of A of persons from obtaining i The city has recently been plunged inlo by Hie council of Ilir and the from licenses is he only of Ihe ror this many will cure of the plants belonging 1'Vom an Ihe city green houses In tho park t is that slight will answer nil purposes for t lensi two no ils prior to that lime be It will atford a fund for additional will very a lo Anthony lo com in itt ee on A A. L. and Ht residents of Month Wayne asking hat the ward was received aVld An fixing the lax levy al arrested and taken before Two of the fellows were and were hnt ihe two made all the trouble were sent lo ail for 20 days 1C mm a Anderson lined ami by Hays this These are in the rules of the American with inception of ring for the lammer and pulling ihe which lie nine feet Instead of William F. Villiam M. Aug. an and wealthy was shot and morning by formerly proprietor of the hotel In Mils vas Ihe owner of Ihe Hold and he murder was the result of a dispute ver the leasing of the holel to l lie money is nol obtained in way holders will bo lo meet he The saloonkeepers huve the Nicholson law since il went inlo n every arrest has matie for It. They ay lhat If are compelled lo close is many as a down simps will bit and lhal need not hope for a to place Mm nnd of the garbage n a belter and satisfactory Mian at The having the matter n by which will soon it is believed Mint heller can and will be This s a consummation devoutly lo be It will a yery respectable for Ihe street hut the city's portion fur The amount will not bo for great and extended paving but will not check or defeat meded wn Wo ad vii n co or bunions should not be on tho properly It will additional fire stations in addition the number provided this lo itt par city In the It will also aiford for It. an n tint police but under the conditions the city can very veil get along with Ihe present The of the passage of what is as the is such N to make Ihe present force equal lo dim il would be by an increase of per cent. are various sources of revenue 1 believe Ihe city should make In former years franchises vere granted lii to foster nd encourage were in the of ml as lo their ml us Lo whether under Uie then they would appropriating certain sums or the line of Ihe several departments vere read a ami referred to An appropriating 93'i to pay for an by a Tim council voted to lite board f public works lo be used in placing and in the county Mr. introduced a resolution to tho Fifth ward It was road a and lime and then referred to the An ordinance introduced by Mr. milking South Wayne tho ward was referred to the on judiciary by a vote of 10 to 11. Mr. McDonald asked if the was being The mayor Muil il was except on of There was a. slight kick over an transferring the lire orco fund lo the police Mr. Tigar lo enow if U was to more Mr. Yon explained lhal Ihe later nnd was and the money vas needed to purchase or the patrol An ordinance providing for the nf Fleming n. ho warti was referred to Ihe Mr. McDonald ihen called for his introduced June 23 tables Roebke and Lindsay last ight raided Funny Joy's place on hippy Hals and arrested Kunny and ne oilier They were taken and lined ami One began proceed Harry to secure a and whatever relief the court vill Her Is 11. K. S. 0. K. A. John Harry David and William F. on Y. M. C. A. Athletic K. First he tiled gave himself p lo Ihe and is now in FRONT the Illinois Cent ml mi rates lo Sept. 10 lo M. ia the Nickel Plate account 1-Veslers of 8-20-11- 1 Aug. The y nd the of Mui Illinois reached an agreement this lorning regarding the Lake scale now projected will be Mitt lost fid in The company is lo depress ils oust met four build a sea elevate Mie Charles air line racks and build a si The company will also an underground passenger The Mile lo the land remains the upon these vast is to begin at of a 1'oiiitK Wife Who 1'uii the young thrifty met her Inn peculiar manner this want inlo Mm yard with n pan of lo feed her Her fool is supposed lo struck tho of n plank and she fell forward with on Mie 1111-turned iron a Oim of the prongs her forehead and went her while entered her She made no outcry and had blud to death before an hour afterwards by her They had been married only ji FATA A A Man on hy n Cousin nf the of Killed lu Is In the of Hold Aug. a message last rom a small town liles east of that ji gang of loughs nd robbers had taken the ami ie people were lo Twelve robberies have already taken There was a there antl thu were all drinking nd several tights Aug. Last a tasked crowd of men anil women went the homo of William a man of and down the doors of their ink thorn into the stripped lem of their clothing and gave in two of tar antl hull and his wife were then turned oose ami given lime to Thursday tho house treated to a case of tie broke every window in the Mrs. Shull is charged with Aug. 2.S. This son of honl Master of ell from a second story window at and was filially He is i cousin of the of le Imd been in Middlesboro live laving come to Kentucky with a number of Other English capitalists lo ho to Aug. Tho queen has whore will remain for some Will There four prisoners in police two charged with and two with Mayor lined and ho drunkards while the were each The The case Moses for the law was called and asked for a The was granted nnd Ihe case Ion of Introduce licet has reached here Unit the boundary line between Califon will result In giving several hundred square miles in Flour is 1 ALWAYS Don't Take Any MADE BY GLOBE Nickel Plate road oilers low rate tickets to Lake very Saturday until of Sinco the execution of the in Ohio has A is now for Into the next legislature Tor and all the other penitentiary are said to this warden lias of hearing on and will bu laid before Kates to during the summer ty the Nickel Plate A Aug. tn a from Naples there is no truth i Ihe report that a formal and final has been arrived al bel ween he Princess daughter of John V. Ihe American nil her It stales thai Ihe ion which bus existed for some time between them will Favor of Aug. In Methodist conference yesterday he question of admitting women to the general conference on the same have become and oin n ne rn U would not to impose excessive burdens upon hut nil hear their dim and in proportion tn heir means for the support of 1 he and Ihe improvements Tho charier has provided ways and whereby Ibis can he and your called to the consideration of Ms committee nn Mr. Wolf the committee was not ready lo report but a motion lo lake from the committee was Mr. McDonald moved the of Ihe preamble and The motion carried by a volo of 7 to Mr. Fisher declining lo Mr. that council adjourn o third Tuesday In the heat of puce al this en wood was antl Nydia track is heavy today and fast time iim won heal in Week To Luke via Nickel every Saturday until of 11-27- by a vole of stump lo any agent of the Nickel for an art souvenir entitled w aug hill it tho job it Iho job
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.