Chicago Inter Ocean 21 Dec 1889
morning. CITY AND COUNTY. PENSIONING CAPTAIN SCHAACK. Tbe police pension board mat yesterday and transacted mors than th usual amount of business, business, as ths Mayor wa deairon of retiring all thoe officers who were on the pay-roll pay-roll pay-roll yat unable to do activ duty. Ooe of tbe eases acted on favorably was that of Captain Schaaca. formerly of the East Chicago Aveone folic Station, wbo wae placed on th peoeion list at bait pay, which will amount to 1,073 psr year. This action waa taken npon theoertifioate of Dr. Henrotia and others that the Caotain would never be in oooditmn to return to work. Ths injury to bis shoulder. Dr. Henrotia said. would evoutoally result in the withering of the arm. 1 bs board reeognizd the good service in tbe past rendered by Captain Schaaek, and without a dissenting voice voted that he be re tired under tbe iweaty-year iweaty-year iweaty-year rule. - Besides Captain - bcheack th following were also retired on half pay: Lieotemnt Thomas D. Fox. Patrolmen August llumbrack. jonn xiartmao. Jotm xx uai maid. John n. Doyle. Thomas WaisoL Nicholas J. Shannon. Andrew J. Peuaell, i'eter Bnrterby, Charlea W. Whitney. Ueorgs W. Hunt, Job li. E.lng. Law rence Murphy. Patrice; H. Aeefer. Patrick Hartford. Jacob Hansen. Henry C. Scott. Isaaa O'.Neilt, John Hickey, iatrick t. McNolty. John n- n- JtcJsauoo, coward Barrett. Alexander llal- llal- verson. John IX. n einscks. John Miller, rtathan A. Briscoe: bimou Kcjlabon. Ceiia 3acljweil wa given a pension for th death of Officer James McDowell, who i killed, snd Berths Fryer was pensioned ft tne widow or Adam n. i ryer.