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   Fort Wayne Times-Post (Newspaper) - September 24, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE TIMES-POST. VOL. NO. 104. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895. TEN CENTS A TIE BIC ON THE 1 FOR M KS. CON K A TOLL CASE IN COURT. Statistics by Theodore N. Ely the Pennsylvania I 1'craoiiH Who Were Victims Sinnll Holds That Gompnuics Oticht Not to CDinbliio to Force I-Ix-liinpLoyey Out. and Hclutives Turned Over Trouble About the Selection of MAY, N. ,f., Sept. Theodo N. Rly, chief of- motive power of Pennsylvania railroad system, w linked for the facts In the controvert between and Hritish ra ways over speed records. "First of all, the world's record for long distance said Mr. Ely, held by the London and 'Northwester railroad and is by the ollicial Inures have just received 01. 8 miles an hoi for miles. Second, the longest rn ever made without a slop wi J miles in 10 hours am 5 minutes. This was tho ,Ta roll and Palmer train from Jersey Cit to. San Francisco. Third, the spec record In the United Stales for a Ion distance train seems to bu held by 11 Now York Central, with a 'IIJOj mile m at the rale, according lo newspaper TL ports, of 04.25 miles an hour, altlion-the Railroad uf Sept. 20 gfvo tho figures at 0-1.22. I of course hav not the ollicial data for that purtlcula record. Fourth, the fastest record fo 58 It-IO miles is held by Urn 111., Sept. 2-1, In co nectiun with the divorec ublained a fo days ago by Mrs. Sarah L. llaney fro her recreant husband, the Itev. Conrai llnncy, former pastor of the Lalte av nueiMethodistchuTOhChiciigo.ithasd veloped that the granting otlho divort, was accompanied by the making of a co tract by which Mrs. Kaney, is to rccch Of this sum one-half is to b paid by the brothers of Mrs. Brand with'whom the preacher eloped. Tl lirandt brothers arc wealthy citizens o Iowa and they agreed to pay her ,o get the divorce, as she has done. is staled that Mrs. llmntU is financial! nterosted in her brothers' business a fairs. Others not personally interesle in tho alFair have" ii-roed lo pay th other Mrs. llaney has pur chased n modest home in Normal, whur she will live with her Trot in Straight Heat this nice, a blacksmith in tl Pennsylvania shops, had his left eye s riously injured yesterday afternoon b a small fragment of red hot iron whlc flew from ;i piece of steel he was wor injr on the anvil. The eveball was People Demand That The Must bu Sept. .Indge I'ratt today rendered a decision in demurrer tu the petilion in the ease of William Addison v. the hake Shore. This action u'usbroughlby Ihu plaintiff May 18111, to recover damages because, as he alluges, he was discharged and blacklisted by the railroad company because he wa.s forced by the union to which he belonged to go out on a strike. The petitioner claims that hu had filled a position nsbrakemati and conductor on the hake Shore road and had become proficient in the discharge of bis duty. Because he participated in iho strike and was placed on the grievance committee tu confer with thu ollicials of llm road he claims he was discharged and his name placed on the blacklist and that he was unable lo obtain a position with any other railroad, lie bad been earning about a month and was forced to lake a on ihe police force at SOOa month. The court, overuled the demurrer of the defendant to the plaintiff's petition. In reading his deuision Judge 1'ralt held the employe's right to employment was eijual in importance lo the employer's right lo employ labor. This right of employe stands between the laborer and sUtrvaliun. The righl of an employer ends wilh ihu discharge of his employes and hu miisl not interfere with the right of laboring men lo seek and obtain olher employment. The courl held Ihat it was pubic interest, to encourage men lo become >ro Hole in In thu tradu or occupation which they have taken up. If a man ofl one railroad to seek employment ;it another he had a riirhl to do so. If he was hindered from so doing by thu company, or if a man was discharged ly a company and this company sought by combination lo prevent Ihe employe rom obtaining work with other roads, he railroad companies doing such acts going beyond their rights. The ourt refused lo discuss oilier points ni light tip until thu cuse could bu tried n its merits. NEW SCHEME JIM TRIED NOT Let Riich Pugilist Choose Thn. Good flmiilin's Great Trotter Wn tooSpeuiiy fur burned, and Dr. Wheclock wi called to attend. It is not thought U sigiit will be destroyed. Thomas Stamp, a blacksmith at tl Fort Wayne Cias and Construct ion com paiiy's works, was badly injured RoiiJ Appraisers Met Tliis LETTHE SIX CHOOSE TROT WAS A HOT WANT TO WLJ'llam A. Brady Would do Any thlngf to Prevent Coi belt's De-fsat-FltzsImmons' Rogers Won Three Heats Almote One and Lady Roberts One Two Other work yeslerday afternoon. He w; stuck on the wrist by a piece of siee which broke from a chisel and the r: dial artery was severed. Kevere hem orrhage rcsulled and it was some tim before Dr. was able to chuc thojlow of blood Irom the wound. An aged couple from ihu uouiitr wort1 thrown from their carriage las evening on Ilanna slreel. The hors took fright at an engine and started I run. The carriage was swerved, am ovorumiud, throwing the occupant out. The lady had a narrow cscnp rom being run over, but was not imicl Directors of Each Toll Roa Will Not Accept Appraised In a NEW YOUK, Sept. Fitxslmmoi agreed before lie left here for the sontl to allend u meeting seven clays befor the light iit Dallas smd to do his fu shiiruof wlint may be n mast difHcn the selection of JL referee. Th arrange tncii 1 is that each sid shall seleet three men, and the six inci tinned shall pick from Lhuir number th important ollicial. This may be a poo scheme. Surely il is novel, but it vcr probably will not work, for Ourbelt dt mauds a hand in thej-amc. There ma be IL deadlock, and all ihalsortof Ihiiif Fitxsininioiis doos not appear lo be wor rying over the light of anything coi nccled with it. He is in Imrr to resume his training, and will no reach Curpus Clmt.li, wlwrc his ijuat tors are located, for fully a week. owns a deal of rea estate. He got choice building lot for picking our Corpus Christ! lo res Id for less than a month. --Hleshles thi Kift the ciUzens have Illled up splendh quarters for Ihu New Xeatandcr. It wil not cunt him a dollar for rent, lint of eoursu he will be exiiL'elod lo provide for his table. 10 hi! NKW YOUK, Sept. Manager William A. Hrady has just made, a very franlt sialemenl of Ihu pugilistic silu-atlon. Ho Haiti: "There Is not u Hit tig In tlu- world 1 would hesitate lo do to keep .Urn from jrelllnfr defeated, would slop at nothing, refuse to accept a referee, start a Hot or anything, no matter Jtow desperate, rather tlliin let Corbet t iro down. You can bet your hu Is not In eondlMon ho will not enter tho ring." Added U> Mils, PltxfllmmoiiH' positive Htatemenl made just before the Auslra-Iliin boarded his speciiil ear IMI route for Texan, that hu would not llghl Cur-bolt unless either piilil or as-wired that tho Kldoloneope company would not bu allowed to photograph thi> coin CHI, makes the rill nation exceedingly second day's program of th Port Wayne Driving club was probabl ,he best over presented la lovers o horse racing in this section of th country. There weru four races am .he management was'compelled to ca the races at noon today in order t come anywhere near finishing up. Th big events were, of course, Ihu am Irots. In the trot, Hamlin' great uhestiiut Nightingale, wa be favorite and sho deserved lo be. I is doubtful if ever in her long racing career, she was a better or faster ani mal limn she was .this afternoon. She started against a groat field trot lersand won in straight heats, alMiungf she was forced to travel the last twi in Hat. Dandy .Mm was second choice and In the Ilrst heat slarted on the outside and finished fourth, Miss Nelson driving Nightingale ut In In the next two heals )andyjim was the contending horso, nd although his driver, .Slim, used Ihe vhip freely, lie was unablo lo beal the real chestnut with Geers silting in the ulky, Hilont as death, but' driving evertholess as no person but Iho Ten-ussean can drive. The lime, is ie Irotting race reoord for the track, until today was held by Trevil an, he having won a heat last year In :IUJ. The victory of Niyhlingnle was favorite one with the thousand people ho were 111 attendance. The Ilrst race of the afternoon was ie 1 irol, In which Ilaron Itogers us a strong favorite, lie was driven y Kiuhard Curtis, wlio last season andK-d the reins I'amllco, poHfii-ly the greatest trolling race stallion latever lived. Thu liaron was un-otibti'dly the best horse In the Held, nl there wiis anothor, Almelo, from ie Pleasanton Stock-farm, whioh had lenty of speed. was sold Ifl id 10 to 1 before the lir.-it boat, which e won In Huron It'itfyrs was not it of the race, however, and landed K> st-cond and third heals in 'Jillj nnd II rehpuulfnllv. In the fourth heat Mvent Into Ihe. and could not bu eadled in time, Lady Roberts winning I. The other races on the program are ami ihe trot wilh veet Maxh favorite In Urn Ural and entine tlm choke of thu lalenl in the cond. Kollowlli'K ifi the summaries of e trot anil Ihe 1 trot: inrttn ItOKxrs 1 1 1 iity wi'ikiM '.'.'Q 1 -i i; i r, f, 7 ilrlmi Ik-lti' (i It 7 f. ui-k Ittiviiii 7 7 0 11 Itaron Hogers won the llflh heal and ce; Lady Roberts, '2; Dally Wilkes, aek Haven, -t; Alemeto, S; Almelo, 0; itrina, It.'lle, dlsl. Time, TIIIIT, J'IIIINK clilltik'nlo i -i 'i nova r> r. :i iiu K ii ii n ll.i Klnw.-r 7 afternoon the appraisers of th Uo road are in session with Ihe dirm, lors of the road examining the book and inquiring into ils general coud lion. They will prepare their ropor and probably return it to the commis sionurs tomorrow. Tlmappraiscrs of ihe Slaysville roa< will meet Friday ;uid make a lour o inspection of tho road. This is the hih of the Allen county toll roads lo be praised, and indications are that nun of them can be purchased at the u[ praised price. The lotal appraise value of Ihe Allen county toll roud will probably approximate Th commissioners have been unable to pur oliasu any. and it is just possible ilia after Ihe jMaysville appraisers have rt ported the board will olfur approximated, for all the roads and al low ihcdireclors of the roads lo dlvld it in any way they can agree. The pco plo of Allen county demand free grave roads and will not support toll roads any longer. In llielr elforls lo purchase Ihe commissioners will receive thu com mendai ions of every citizen. The loll road people pushed the pur-uhaso law through ihe legislature and now and every one of them have declined to accept a valuation llxed by an nnhUL-rc.'ilod board of IN THE York Himlifj Have I'lcnty of thu Vcl low Fifth, the fastest record fo 5 miles is at the rale of 102 mile an hour, made by a regular train on Hi 'emiKylvania the recently dissolved bond syndi catu still control fully as much goi  our school during thu present season, 'hioh continues until next Juno. nil] reipilre iransporlatlon for our uplls between their respective homes nd our sehonl In iho inornlng and re-iru traiispnrtallon In Iho afternoon, ''iirlher may hcuhlalned by ailing on N Tun MIBSICH CKAMKH. No. 11 are patronizing bomu industry y buying Schuror's bread and cakes, 'hone board of public works at its eetlng last evening discussed llmap-lieatlon of Mr. lOverelt for a street ill way franchise. Tho sentiment of ie board Is In favor of graining the atichlse with a few changes in the iiile. On Komi) of tho streets ihu resi-jiils haveoifered some objection, but Is understood that, this opposition lines only from IL minority of the rojierty holders. The board ordered m city attorney lo draw up ;i containing all the condtllotis liioh the board will insist, upon and at 10, tn'x-t. this will bo ady for Mr. lOverotl's MerBentholm's Millinery opening this week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. MERCHANT TAILOR. DO GOOD. Christhui Association of This (lOUt IN TIIK Now York lltmk.i; llnve Plenty of ttio Vuliow coin. NKW Yiiiut, Sept. Tito members of lliu recently bond symllcale Htlll control fnllv us mil oil as Is h.ild In the treasury reserve. Thn Now York hanks, lo which were allotted greali-r purl of Ihe Amerteiin half of the bonds, have In their vaults more Hold tluin bus been held at any one time In years. The syndicate could be quickly reformed In the event of iinolhcr squeeze In the reserve. How loiitf that wpiLHizu will be averted depends on the trade balance and tint money market in a lartfu measure. Urops now moving and money is a trllli! moru active. Taken lln; sihuition :il present does not IndlcaU1 a pressure bo-fore the end of the yenr. This is the view o f "Sennit a ry PLEADS mtlKiicd lit 1'hlliidclplilu for tl.c .Mur-dcrof Now Full nnd Winter AVo nre some of llie fewest, Neatest AND Nobbiest Patterns brought; to the eity. Now Rooms Formally Opened Last N iRht by n Good Work to Pa., Sept. 21. Iler-an Mudgett, aliuH U. H. Ihilmes, is arraigned before .Indue Flnelelier the conrl of Oyer and Termlner yes-rday on the indlelment churning him Ilh Ihe murder of llntijamln Sepl. 2. ifflH. Upon the advice of s council Dm prisoner pleaded not illty. Monday, Oct. 2H, was the day vcd for Ihe In Ihe mnv rooms of Ihe Young Vomen's I'lmslun assoclalion were irmally last night by a recep-011 which was larfa-lyallemh'd. It Is stimatod Hun more limn 20D ere pr.'s.-ul. Miss Holland, resident of the asKoelalion, brlrlly onl-ned the obj.-cts and alms of the jcietv and the methods bv which it as hoped Ihey might be allain.'d, imd iss Ik-aber spoke of Ihe educational ork to be accomplished. A very leasing musical program was rendered, tiled crackers were served. The liniisi', which is warmed and Allied throughout wilh gas, contains a ill. dining and kitchen rooms on the rst lloor; four chambers, beside bath ie chamber, wilh largo attic, on third ion Twenty-two people can bi; served t one time in the dining room, and ierc are eight beds for the acuuminn-atlon of permanent or transient guests. 'he rooms rent from .10 cents to a eek, and are comfortably furnished. Mrs. Hllal'erriii is general secretary; rs. If. O. Underbill in matron. Sho is one assistant, and one girl fordin-g room work is kept. The rooms are ;ept in order by their occupants. The association is established to help orking girls, and no more is charged or the meals than is necessary lo defray i-tual Man Milliner offers spe-lal Inducements In hats dur-ng opening, last throo days of ils week. 158-16O Calhoun (.HJIKT YKAKS A Wnyne fllini .Married ill UmifhiK-ton Siinirday Who Died in Hi tind llnd Never U'orhc-d n evening at the pursonace of e English Lutheran church a very uiet wedding was by Rev. If. llockman, the conlraeting pares being Henry Kieinbrenner, of l''ort rayne, and Sirs. Louise tilnich of this ly. The wedding was a very cjulel fair, her near relatives knowing noth-gfifit until Ihe wedding was over. The crooin is well known in this city, id the bride is a most estimable lady d is a leacher in tlm German Luth-an Pa., Sept, UI.-.ToIin Lowry. ecceiilriti character, was buried in Is place yesterday. He was SI years age, and Imd never done a day's work liiH life. When 11 years of ago he stippcarod through a cornnY'ld stir-unding the house' and for 70 years icreafler be wns a tramp. Me died ih hi a sione's throw of the spot lere he was 16 W, Berry Street. TIKKI) OF ARCTIC KAVOIlI'li: Hweet Mush was favorite In the ice, bin. sin; did not favor the track id was distanced ihe first heat, which as won by Captain Crouch in oin Kxnm, 2; Klora Snell, Imperial al, -I; Kreeliind, fi; Carrie Slrallunore. Higma Nn, 7; Harry Victor, 8; Sweet ash, ON US FOR WlfllllEMY GRANITE IRONWARE, m BIOS: m. llo IsTlmniKli With ST. JUIIXH, N. R, new mailer has developed lo.lay with reference to the Peary expedition. All members will Ko from hero by Ihe steamer Sylvia, leaving on Wednesday, reaching New York next Monday. They are today in packing specimens, which will bo transferred to the Sylvia on her arrival from I'illey's Island, where she is now loading oar. In mi interview today Lieutenant Peary Buys that ho will not undertake any further Arctic work, lie denies Ihat any of the bones of ttcneral Oreeley's parly were found at Cape Rabine.Tiut the i> Ulcers, engineer, lireman and suilor.sof the Kite contradict his statement. The matter is widely dismissed AT Thermometer Tnkcs a TniuNc In the opening- this week, Wednesday, Thursday and rlday at Mergenthelm's Ba-aar. Everybody cordially In-ited. YOUK, Sept. 2-1. The OK NATURAL fell il degrees last night, allording ncli relief from the extreme heat lich hat; increased the death rale, for e past few days 300 per (ifn Coiupniiy influences ihu li in. IMS Reason Why Uiilpli W. Hugel Com mil ted Sutctdc ill Mil hid., Sept. The Lo nsport and Valley Uas com-uiy, which owns-the natural gas sys em at Logansport, Decatur and liscity, yosterduy published a notice at gas would, after October 1, he rnisbed to consumers al one-half the les that have been charged for the st seven years. The company so reduces its rates to manu-auturers from "i cents lo It cents per 000 feet and makes the rate on onthty and annual i-ontracis ttie me. Previous lo the acquisition of lis property by the Logansporl and 'abash Valley company the Wabash atural Gas company advanced the ctory rate from 5 lo 7) per ion Ihe of tho Wabash ''uel company by citizens began. The uol company will be ready to supply s through ilis independent line Nov. Hence the enormous cut. Dropped Dead. IliiNTiNOTOX, hid., Sept. A bra' mi Taylor, an old resident of this unty, fell dead at the station while illing for a train, this morning. I Id is 72 years of IS Takes the Populist Nomination. OMAHA, Sept. Kx-Chief Justice m no 1 Maxwell has formally accepted c populist nomination of judge of Ihc promo conrl. Ho says in his Iciler at he considers the nomination in a n-jiartisan nnd accepts without crilice of republican Kimuelly Surprises) tlln .Many Mass., Hept. Ralph W. igel, who committed suicide at. Mil-tukec, ended his life rather than re-rn to the wife and three children lorn he descried here fora mill girl. igel was a popular younir man, a ember of the A. O. U. W. and several lier organizations hero, and for years Id a fine position in Hates Itros.' wallet elory. There lie formed the acfjiiai nice uf Maggie llarrell. with whom he )ped two weeks ago. The couple ere traced to West liend, Wis., and ;ps were being taken to bring them ck, when they had a falling out and e girl deserted Kngel. U is believed at thisso discouraged him that ho came despondent, and, rather than ce his friends, he shot himself. The is homo tomorrow. Hugh ICngel, a brother of the dead in, has telegraphed lo have ihe re-UIIH forwarded for burial. Kngi-1 aves, besides a widow and llueo chil-ren, an aged mother, three AGENTS FOR PAINT MIXED PAINTS F. M. Smith Co. sa st. HONE 2O4. Kennedy is shaking bunds wilh ose of his friends who know that he s abandoned single blessedness and come a Hcnedicl. timidity- in coin-ny with Miss Louisa Struver the ninl .lohn went wilh Hit: excursion to milay. Arrived in the former oil etropoli.s they hunted up a 'squire d in a few moments the words were onounced Ihat made Uiem one. (Jon-aiutalions, invitation is extended to all ladles intend the Kali and Winter opening Imported and Domestic ednesilay, Thursday and Friday of lis week. MALLOY, 13 and M Fa 1 1 Millinery Opening Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 25, 26 and 27, 1895. MISS E. O. MANNA, 84 Calhoun Aliirket. CIIICAOO, Sept. December options oiling: Wheat, corn, 29el; May is, 20Jc; Jiuiuary pork, Meeting. On monday evening at the an-ial meeting of the Young Men's iristian association will be held at the. ilroad department building. At Hi is. eeting the reports of all Ihe deparl-ents will bu suhmillod. The assocla-m is arranging lo give the members Ihe city pullet; force sysiemalii; drill the KNEH1IS left over, market slow. Glos-g: December wheat, corn, ill }c; ly oals, January pork, S7.H2J; rd, ribs. CLOTHES Flour IS ALWAYS GOOD. Don't Take Any Other, ADEBY LOBE MILLS. Tlio Noted 1 torse mini Out nf the Tint-lltiB Do ii llolil Job on irnsi Smrtx Cm-, In., Sept. Hob Kiuiolts, thenoied American horseman, who was ii r rested in (Jermany for nlleged "ringing" of horses there, has received milieu that he has been expelled from the American Trotting Association. The expulsion is the result of the trouble in Germany. ICnecbs said that he would protest the decision of the board. Kucebs has a large number of horses entered In the Sioux City fair races and has been driving on association tracks all Declared Off. I'riTsmimi, Sepl. 2-1. The strike lich has been on herb for the pnst ur months for recognition of the ualgamated association by Ihe Oliver in and Steel company has been de-ircil otf and the strikers afternoon William of Iho Hmalley ll'ioycle works ut. y mouth, who is in the oily visiting s parents at 11? Kust .lelfer-son street, ing u suit of clothes on the oihcslinc in the back yard. Shortly lor dark he went to get. them and dis-vered that they witru gone. This lice were notified, but could nnd no 10 lo the Licenses. Theodore Alte and Minnie I.ubbiui-.lames Kilpatriek and (Jora Itcheckcr. Win. N. Mason and Susio M. Fergu-ArlennisW. H. IleirellliiKer and Mary ollopeter. tieorge Ohrislian mul Emma Killed. Ciiiiuoo, Sept. James (1. fllandy, male on the steamer Nanigansetl, is struck l.y an engine at Highly-ghlhstreet Ibis morning and instantly Try Again. K. H. Italdwin, ie meteorologist, who accompanied 0 IVary expedition in ISitt, says ho 11 make another expedition in the ar future, lie fuels that success is a rlu of purl; commissioners sent in ly to lake ellect Oct.. cheapest is not always the best, herer's bread is superior. Insist, on vingScherer's nnd hike no other If ur dealer does not sell it, call 'phone Hand yiutr wants will In- prompllv Four good horsos wanted at Arcade Music Races, September 23 to 8. Program on 4th bread is Ihe most pahitahlo d gives the best sill Good horses wanted at re ado Music   

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