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   Fort Wayne Times-Post (Newspaper) - August 28, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               PORT WAYNE TIMES-POST. VOL. 81. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 18'J5. TEN CENTS A WEEK. IAT MEANS MOKE TUX few wonln In regard to tho result o the vehicle license aK an illustration o what can be .accomplished. The IN IS EXPECTED n lo HcnJ Itelufortements To r the Ctliiilii Conn Will DcclJc tliu Count Superintendent's lo the maiiileininco and re pair of streets; II -is eslimai.ed by th hoard of public works Unit wll liu for the vear bill Mi general appropriation hill presented t< you lliis day calls for appropri.illoi for the maintenance ami repair o Slreels of only 38.UIXI from the Home Queer Statements hi Mr Itcncilict's Cuba, Aug. A cable dispatch from Madrid roporlH an inter with General Hrdcedo. in whieli IK Kays- Uenurul Campos ciunmlssionet him to express to the regent, his pessimistic impressions should the not pu'l, Toi-ll o-xtraordiiiary olforts llnish it. "General tin interview, Antonio Muceo's excepliona] ability to lake advantage of Ins opponcnls' wealuiesK and careless ness. Political divisions hnvc weak ened iKdfintism and it is necessary ti reconstriicL the Spanish army and re habilitate tin; inoi-jileor the while raco :is opposed lo Hie morale of the blacks.' riutitiriilStilcuduiaiil he was authorised by (Jen. Uampos lo antionticc thai war wmild he ended by next luipiirlaiitllcutllll; ill thu Cllj Council Lust Killer Ilelnll's CIKIII Slm-c llul Tiikc Ind., Aug. Th loday 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 ipiestion is the one whicl changes the lime uf electing conntj superintendents of schools fron the llrsl Monday in -Tune lo the iirs Muiidny in September. Il was regardei Ji political measure from the legislature. The republicans Inid buei unusually successful in elect ing trustees hist fall and the partj leaders felt thai tiio pariy should have Ihe iiUviiiittige of this success in the election of county superintendents. As the new 'trustees did not lake olllcL until August the parly could not I.Hiiiy Ho, lies Ills al lli.irishnrs. WANTS A GOLD MAYOR'S LISTIN A COMPROMISE. Hits Lost CUD (Ul cnce in (lie Leaders of the Old Estimate of the Expenses foi Next one. that the vehicle license will provide 'sullicienl funds to ait" ment the asked for the arnoun reijuired. viz: Yun will reuilitv see that the vehicle license relieves the general fund of be ing depleted lo the amount of and It is called upon lo furnish onh Ky inakinsr oilier sources o" revenue available as the ch.-irl.er pro vidug we may, tlinre will be one of tw  Mn! extent oT ubandonlng tho democratic parly If Ihe parly does Hot ugree with him. Mr. Ilimedlcl. can do thin, he Huys. because lui Is not fin politics ami iHiiotamhiiioiiw." Mr. lleneillut, llsi-ems from lliis in-lervlew, hiiHUiiwllllnnly disclosed Mio poil lion uf many of Mr. Cleveland's gold standard friends. If they can't dntninale Hie party on lln1 money lliey will go .m" mid Hock by themselves or vole with file in Cuba lo occupy iho provinces of Puerto Principe ami Santa Clura, dividliifr ihe army Into two parts, uno preventive, the other executive. He deems it advisablu to a maritime guerilla force of launches armed with mausurs ami gatlinys. Ulherwiso the war will drag thu minutes of thelaslmeel ing were dispensed with on motion o] Councilman Tho mayor reported his approval of the tlog ordinance and other ordinance's and resohilions passed al the last meeting of the council. Tim mayor here read a message lolhc council as f..ll..u-s: JIAYOHS SIKSSAUK. KXKCDTIVK DlCI'AllTMKNT, ClTV FOIIT WAYNK, Intl., Aug. H7, JSilH. I'ti llu; of tins t.'ominon Uonncil: hcn-.witli submit, fur your consideration a reporl made It) me Ihe city comptroller giving hisesti-mules of theexpendilures ofl'ue various tloiiiirtiiHMitK for Mm next llscal year. valuation of projiurty in the city on which luxes will be levied Mils yeur will be being an hi-crease over last year of which shows that Wayne is sieadilv in we.-dll, as well as in nli ul'lowiiiw'ror -III antMW, amount in a sinking fund Lu retire matured bonds. itelieviii" that il is only necessary lo callyourattentiontothe.se matters in order to have your honorable body take such action as Iheir importance demands, 1 am Very respectfully, U 11. UAKI.KV, Ulayor. J.lic message was referred to the llnance committee and on motion or Mr. McDonald ordered printed in the proceedings. Comity Treasurer Oass Hunter asked that the uity place in the county treasurer's olllce furniture lo bi> used in caring for books and papers, the properly of the city. The csllmiite.i presented by Ihe several different city departments were referred to Iho llnance committee and ordered printed. The hoard of public works asked that the council apply for membership in the American Society of Municipal Im-mivements, which meets In Cincinnati Sup! em bur 11. A motion to make such ipplication was curried. The reporl of the .school trustees was referred to thocommltteeon education. The cum ml lieu on waler works and he water works trustees made a reporl recommending a HUM hod of securing an ncruased water supply. They reconi-nended (he building of a now piimphm slallon and a llfty well system, Mint such Improvement would cost nnlyimO.OWandinsurea supply of gallons dully. The trustees and cnmnmtcc took a decided stand ifjainst going to any lake for viller, chiiming.lhat thu water now In inn was thu, possible 10 tiecitre or all domestic, purposes. The report vas referred to (inance committee. The commitlee lo which was referred he petition 'to change- the name of lo Hwlnn.-y avenue isked for further lime. (Iranted. An Itivitatti.n from the Cincinnati loanl of public works asking the council lo atlend Iho convention of the American Society of Municipal tin; thieves were evidently friyht-ened away before the job was completed. Entrance was alFccled through the rear door, a heavy chisel having been ised to force ihe look. The door was a triplcholtcd alfair and the burglars were 10 tlonbt artists lo have forced it. The Chisel was broken in prying the lucks uid the pieces wore found on the floor, Whether it was the intention to Mie store or "ickcl -tllice is lot known, li would have been a bold rick In attempt Lo blow tho safe us the ilace is well lighted and the interior ilnin. The police have a clue and are vorkingon it. Listfn Arrested. Lute last night Deputy Sheriff Welch ug returned lo the city with Klmer lislin, theyoniif; man wanled bales of hay from a Wabi.sh car it Woodbnrn, Ind. Listin got wind of be intended arrest, and when Ihu Dili er arrived al Ma home lit: was gone. The utllcer stayed al or near ils residence until lu o'clock nfglil, when he was irrestud in his stable. Mslin denied ils guilt i mil asserted that he would be ble lo prove his Innocence al, Ihu trial. llsintlmaled Unit two ol her persons re implleaied with him. These i.wo vere subpoenaed lo ;ippenV us witnesses t the preliminary Injuring before S.i Hi iv. France, which is being lu-ld his afternoon. They did come lo ihe lly, but probably heard thai they night also be arrested ami skipped. Mr. Melchlnghad a peculiar experi-nee en routu home in a Nickel I'lule rain this .lust after the rain passed Dtiwkins :i stone about the im: of a hen's egg was hurled through he window uevl .to which be wiling nnd hardy missed his head. Hi: id noi, know from whence Mm slone nine, bin believes il may have been In-own by some of Llslln's friends. Trumps (Jet the new law Hie of about forty counties between Q.uiy and his oppn-nenls will be fonylit in R single convention on the stale chairmanship, the candidates being Seimlor Quay and Mm present chairman, It. R Oillceson. The compromise hy which ihe bolt-inc of the convention was averted was ir rived at about :i o'clock this morning. In the compromise il was ligreed lhat but oiiu convention should bo held, and hat the .six supttrior judges shall reuomiiiatud. It was also agreed hat the convention roll shall be mad ij> with each of the six conleslunls indthcKix conleslees RlUiwcd half a A further agreement was reached lint no one shall bo allowed in the hall but the delegates and the lewspaper men. There now seems lo be no doubt that Senator has things all own vay antl Is the winner in tin- bitli-r Ighl that has been made ngnltiKl him. llAiiniHinnm. Pa., Aug. Al, II 'clock this morning Chairman liilkca-on called Mm convention of the republicans lo order. The vole or temporary chairman resulted in a for Quay, Uobinson beliif-lecleil over Hall by a vole of ittj to The election if Kohlnson was Mien made This rule was followed ii, marly all democratic counties anil in a few republican cciiinlies. It is maintained that ihe new law is nvulitl because it is an elfort lo nmcnd i law that has been LABOR Scliutt Allackud With Violent Nusal rrograni of Hriorls Has Mccn Hours the Flow of Blood Could Not Be Chucked and tho Mart's End Was Different Events and tho Rulos of tho Camea-QlTlcors Tor tho Day Ltuiin Schull, who riniK IlilMcliyun the Wnbasli, was Lllticked with violent nasid iges yeHlenhiy and came near bleeding lo death. Yesterday at Lafayetle he submitted lo an operation for some innal trouble, after which ho went out m his run. Al Pern yesterday afler-lonn his none hejjan lo Ijlecd and Mm oss of blood continued during Ihe 10 this city. KecomiiiK alartiied nt the >f the hemorrhage he went lo Dr. olllce Immediately upon arrlv-ng in 1'Vt Wnyni! nl 7 o'clock last evening. The most ellicaulons means mown to mt'dlcal sulencn In such cases were employed, but the IOKM of blood continued, It begun olook tilnrinlnir for the nnforliiualf niiti, who wan almoHl from lie hemorrhages. Ahoui tnltlnlghtlhe low hegiLii lo abale and Ilmdly yielded o Irealnicnl. Kchult was removed loa lolel for the nighl, mid was in a sum-if aimo.st. lota! collapne. lit; wiitt able his morning to preceed lo his liome In Delia Dr. li. Sehutl, a hrolher of Ibis un-fortiiiialt! man, was In Mie from I'oh-ilo, hnt he could not he found commllleu on games from ihe U. A., (he Caledonians and Ihe 'eniisylvanbi athletic learns mot last-light wiMi the committee on sporls lor jiibor dny. The meel.ing was held at he K'. of L, hall and the pro ram, with rules and ollicers governing 1. Tossing the saber, 1 lOII-yurd dash. :i. 1'olaio nice, Newsboys' union. '1. I'nlling Ihe shot. fi, dash. 11. Three legyed race, Newsboys' nion. T. Kumiiiiirhop, step and jump. dash. Running broad jump. Sack race, NewKhoys'w union. 11, Throwing thu hammer. 12. Hurdle Pole vaulting. M. Half mile rare. 1.1. Old men'.i I'iuv, liKl yards, (open o all over old. Ml. jump. 17. Heavy men's race, (open, over :itut yards. IS. lu lax iri.DIV) (H) frT.'J.MT -HI tiilsceltnncnns IT.iHXt [XI llci'liM; fj l.'liurliili-iiln ant (iitlmvs; IKI Inanliir piilillr imrlis TX.lUXl mi Iwifilof jiitlilli: Mift-lv 7IJ.IWI 20 lonnlor chnrltliui U.TSII Ul tiiiiarliiiDiiliiriiiw ____ llfi n IKI 'ui.lU; Hiiinry on in iwi loi.nl fcSt'JWi -if. 1 cnniMirwilh the comptroller In hi.i (si liniilos for tho use of the several de-larttnents for the no. a llscal year, and H'riMvhli transmit the same Tor yonr lonsliteniiion, and recommend that you tin) proper ordliiaiitie Jiuildnn a evy ol on each tilUO vnlnation and in each poll, .-uid an ordinance iiaking appropriations by Items for Hie IHI! of Ihe various department and ilher city purposes for the ensiling year, according lo Mitt esllmateH hero-vith (Jnay Ilien moved thai, the onimillec on permanent organisation 11- ilirecled the name of (lov-rnor 1 last Ings for permanent chair-nun. Tlds was adopted. (lovernor (listings then moved that conveti-loii proiiiu'il without recess until ils nisiliesi; shall have been concluded. 'hitt also was agreed lo. A resi iln lion wasunanlmoilslv for Mie eh-cllon of a slate y as lias heretofore con the custom. The commiiiec on of Mm platform the currency phink f tin: ivpnblican national platform of 1'IWT U'AYNH AND WAHASH KOAD.S. Sime Tux UonrJ lloam mint 'trunk I.IIIOH. Thomas Kohl Kodd, general tax agenl .if Hut Plllshiirg, l''nrl Wayne Chicago, was funs the slide lux hoard yeslerday trying lo convince ll.s mem-In-rs Mint the roiul hud been assessed too high us compared with the Lake Shorn ,v, Michigan Southern. Mr. Itodd maintained that the roads were of equal value nnd endeavored lo show lint li.mr.l Hint the Lulii- Shore .t condition nnlll Ihe danger viis nearly or crippled by a reduction n Ihe lux levy of on the vu Inn-ion, A levy will iilford revenue for ho llxed charges and also a very re-jitHilublii fund fnr general Impr.ive-nenls. II willalfnrd to bo on Swltitii-v white we memberships In said society. A resolution asking that Ihe alley bo-ween llerry ami Wayne streets from Jalhonn to ItarrHlreot bo mimed Itank Ireitt was Introduced by Mr. Sommers. rill! resolnlion was adopted. The boanl of directors of Mie conlen-ilnl celtihralion asked that in mailu In Mie levy to ralsi; a this morning lo arrest some ramps. Two of the fellows called at he house ami asked for something lo rink. They It and then began lo hreaten. One carried a revolver and red al, the dog. They then votil Iti the spring ami washed Midlands therein and Inking Lheir hals eattered water over any and Thedrdsl.in of ilu- lo he nal in all 2. Th.'n- mnsi he three i-onipi-Mlors LWO priws an- offered. U. 'I'hr rommillee nol Ind hnn-un the -antes in Ihe rder of enlry. Xo will he allowed Inside the rena except Ihe n.mpetilors ntl members of the HIM. THE Prominent niui Wealthy nf Killed. fur 'Unit ItciiHon SiilitiniH May llu Allowed to Catty Sbot nnd Killed By Alexander Hutchlnson, n Woll-Known Hotol Mnn. Aug. Tlie iflheitlue Ulhhon clnh of this oily, loping to clitse Ihe sal is, began this year. It is hclieved that Ihe imoniit asketl for will show to a good idvantago for the reason thai Ihe heavy vork will he largely Mulshed nilleago uf several unitnporlatit roads up in Michigan. The hoard promised l'< .-vamlni' (.'.-m-fully Hi.- Mr. Itodil tefi witli them. The Wuhash road was represent ed hy 1'. It. nnil William V. Stuart. The board assessed the road ODD IL mile on main' truck. The nllorney main-Laini'ii Miat ntiul is not prospering :ind cniinot alfunl lo pay Dm taxes demanded by Ihi: stale. Fretl S. Fish ttf .South llend, said tliu ,V. Sunih liend road liad been loo hlfli. The road is a short onu nnd Is operaletl for I ln-iiollt of IheSlndchaUer establishmenl. A QUICKK of persons from obtaining i cense. The city has recently been plunged leepty inlo by Hie council regard-ngthelighling of Ilir city, and the iioney ohlained from liipior licenses is he only im-ans of Ihe debl. ror this rciiMij) many will nnil cure of the plants belonging oihuclty. 1'Vom an inspitcllon ol' Ihe city green houses In tho norlhsldu park t is that slight Ihey will answer nil purposes for t lensi two winters, MiereTore no ils eiecthm prior to that lime iei-d be made. It will atford a fund for additional [reel whlcli will very fnllv a monument, lo (leneral Anthony Vayne. Heferrcil lo com in itt ee on Inaneii. A pi-llUnn fntin A. L. and Ht ilher residents of Month Wayne asking hat S-nUli Waynuailditi.mhu  asl between them will continue. Favor of Women. Hicr.KNA, Hon., Aug. In iheMon-inni Methodist conference yesterday he question of admitting women to the general conference on the same have become valuahle and oin n ne rn live. U would not beadvis-blt; to impose excessive burdens upon my, hut nil .should hear their dim pin-inrthiii, and contribute, in proportion tn heir means for the support of 1 he and Ihe improvements nei-ded. Tho charier has provided ways and ne.'tnn whereby Ibis can he accom-complsslicd, and your altenlion re-pcelfullv called to the consideration of Ms committee nn finance. Mr. Wolf xphiincd thai, the committee was not ready lo report but a motion lo lake the. esolntions from the committee was arried. Mr. McDonald moved the doplion of Ihe preamble and resoln-ions. The motion carried by a volo of 7 to Mr. Fisher declining lo vole. Mr. Tigurm.ived that council adjourn o third Tuesday inSeplember. Wns Sccoiul. In the lirst heat of puce al 'olcdo this aflernixm U1 en wood was Irsl antl Nydia second. Tiine, t'be track is heavy today and fast time iim impossibility. Nydiu won Lin- secmid heal in Week RntH Kxcm-Hioiis. To Luke via tin; Nickel I'lule every Saturday until S.-pl, Kn.pdrc of H-L'O- 11-27- by a vole of !M stump lo any agent of the Nickel Phderoad for an elaboralely IUistrn.lcd art souvenir entitled "Summer Ouliims." w aug IntadH, hill hcndHandenvclopes it tho TiMKH-PosT job Well, yes. ANVTIIIKO it Iho Tiwica-PosT job   

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