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   Morning Star, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1898, Sandusky, Ohio                               j vi i'V" AMSAMI THE WEATHER. Far Ohio: Far and cooler, tight wuit THE MORNING STAR. CIRCULATION I YESTERDAY, VOL. 1--NO. 14. SArXDVSKY, OHIO, SUNDAY MOKM.NG, MARCH P R 1C K THREE CEA'TS PANDO A PRISONER. The Spanish General Has Been Captured by the Patriot Forces of General Garcia In Cuba. SPANISH BITTERNESS INCREASING In Havana They Are Doing Everything In Their Power to Arouse the Populace Against Americans On the Island. KEY WEST, March of Key "West have had their flags rlyiug all day ill honor of the good fortune ef Gen. Caltxto Garcia iu capturing General Paudo of the Spanish army, who has been missing for so long. They claim to have a cipher message confirming i In- iOport. Not Known In Washington. WAKIIISUTOX, March to the hour of elosiug the state department had heard no news of the capture of General Panclo and the Spanish negoti- ations with the insurgent leaders. SPANISH BITTERNESS. It Is Venting- Its Spite On Americans In Cuban Capital. HAVANA, March the talk of Havana today is an editorial published in L-i Lnrha denouncing an alleged plot iu which several Americans, including Consul General Loe, arc concerned to bring about the annexation of the Island here, that the dinner had a political character. They declare that toasts were drunk in favor of annexation and against the Spanish government. General Lee is severely criticised and his expulsion is strongly demanded. La Lucha says that he is guilty of great indiscretion and that the same rule applied to Seiior Depuy DeLome ought to be applied to liiui. The general tone of the press against it the Americans echoes the excitement among the Spaniards. Tonight occurred the gala perform- ance at the Tacon theater to raise funds ORIOLES ON A STRIKE. But the Ball Players Are at Last Coming- to Tteir Senses. BALTIMORE, March The number of striking players of the Baltimore club has been reduced to five. This morning Catcher Bill Clark came to the conclu- sion that the wisest thing for him to do was to report to Haulou Mace.li. Ga., forpractice. Hanlon is at the strikers and is determined to deal se- verely with the stubborn ball players. Ye.sterd.iy he sent a Uncle Sam Will Hav One to Cost Half a Million toi Be Constructed at Once IF TIE ran i POLICE AS FASHION PLATES. Athinta Officers Heeeive Instructions tu Arru> es !n Fine mid Linen. WAITING. a Boat as Clarke that the club was without a catcher aud that if lie diel not report at ouee that another catcher would In j signed aud be paid out of Clarke's THREE salary. This set Bill thinking und he wired Haulou that he would leave- Bal- timeire tonight. Billy Earle is the catcher th it Haulou intended signing. Robinson will also leave ue'xt week, his wife having recovered from her ill- ness. The other strikers are still hold- ing out and say that the-) will stay out all summer if Haulou refuses to meet their demands. Tbe of a policenu-n In Atlanta, La., 1 is tliit.fr but a happy 01 e under the rigid cot -truction that has been placed 1 on un hon-bound set oi rules by tie bi.ud 01 pohee cumnii.-tloni.-rs. Tnings lune come u> sueh a piiss tli.-.t even i o- lieeiiu.n in the force is tLi'iK.ig f joining a against is ti.seiplthe.'1 A uv, li.ij- ,im> a buih poiieeinan ic- poiKi', in I'UIH a ti'othp'cK in M- i mouth as .in evitlenee that 1 e bad en- t d a meal. I'm- th'- aeh of NEW BATTLE SHIPS the ,uu- on UhavW ho i and lined one d.u's lay. li l.e h.iti cairied two toothpicks iu hi- ivomh it ill Also be Constructed For the is beHved be would have been t'is- It is the Report of the House Sub-Corn- J> hjd tU' u U> w FormidaMc 35 the Petrel. Report of the Board of Inquiry Is the Only Thing Now Wanted In Washington. PRESIDENT IS ANXIOUS on Naval Affairs. his toothpicl in m IQ 10 'ence of one oi the coniinis-ie.i eis he ________ niisrlit been shot. 1 The commissioners, it is ;ue ue- Maixh -lib-! termincd to nuiko the police fon-f of the committee oil the committee on naval i-'ity the fire-t in the sou'h in point of personal appearance, if they have to affaii-s of the House tins coin- I {urnWi a mU. pleted the draft of the appropriation bill' ror. M ill not tolerate tlu> w earing i and it will be laid before the lull com But Outwardly Is Calm and Practically Decided That He Will Demand An Indemnity of Spain. Is mittee on Monday. of a handkerchief around an throat, not if the throat t will be ivporu-u he n DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTION to the' house in the afternoon of that i They demand that each officer shall i jdavand Chairman R .ntelle hopes to keep Ins ,hoes polished like unto patent leather, and change bis collar three ,hl. Met Last Kifnt and Nominated Two Ex. cellent Men for the City ganization of City Committee. i e it passed on Tuesday. times a U for the i.i 11] to buj- a warship tor Spain. The triotic which is managing the performance, sent a complimentary ticket to the couiniauders of the wai-ship Douau requesting their presence. The Americans were not invited. The enthusiasm is intense among Spaniards. The theater has been gorgeously dec- of Cuba to the United States. The ex-1 orated. A patriotic demonstration is citemeut is intense. According to La' expected, but the correspondent is in- Lucha Lispenard Steward of New York' formed that General Blanco and Geu- aud Dudley G. Gauticr of Hempstead, L. I., ;u-e the representatives in this city just of what is considered the an- nexation trust. oral Arolns have taken all precautions to avoid auy disagreeable incidents. General Blanco will preside. An article that has caused intense ex- For Water Works Trustee, CHAS. P. FUCHS. For Cemetery Trustee, H. C. HUNTINGTON. It cai'ries in round nuinbei-. J40.000.-1 of a neat appearance. tl'> ri- wa. little Oi mtere-.t n.ipi t 'iii'u' 11 00 !Uid authoriml the ultimate expeu-1 Since nio.t of the poliecmen are of w.i.hingron today. L. the pluMeallv and mentalh pe, iture of SlO.IKMl.w.0. Thn-e Ivittl-ship. it ?oes' aeainjt 1hc ain telling on evrvbody m ti.e.e ot to cost more than apieco. selves every day as thou-rh In utteiul- Li.t days of the court of inquiry 000 jdittiru of i not to cost more than apiece. I .1 mice at a church yiciK'ina. Thev ean- are the large items. Mvepav ot the navv I ul 6 i not afford to record a protest, but it i-s in tho bill. One-third of their cosr. understood they are only waitii-s for is -ippropnated for the live lu-v ttind. of thj- amount u- <1 in construction i.rowuing certain harbors Mam., with tm-pedoe.s and the I: i- -.lid tiffii tally that the work of .rtiiyinir on thr Pacific as well on the Tin; Democratic cifv convention met j iT docks authorized to be constructed selves every day as thou-rh in atteiul- Li.t days of the court of inquiry u'dl and ijorth Atlantic coasts. wiH be evi.ti'iieo. bur President Mi-KinKy liow- but ir i- certain that for the cMTprotnbedhcniay be imv.mily. he p.srr allotment of money from some one bold euouqh to lead a move- is pieservinir an uutw.ird appearance of the i niergeiK'y fnud wiU be srx'nt ou uient nn-ainst the attempt to convert I As the time grows shorter with-'' riu- P.u-inV. them into Rcnu llrrmmels. HP fillt-rl nt tbp spring piM-Hmi this year. The convention was called to order bv last night in the convention Portsmouth. Boston. League Island, room and placed in nomination th" two Island and Algiers. One million men named above for the two offices to a quarter are appropriated to be equally divided among them. This was James Conley in the absence of the j Mtimate b-v the department of the chairman of the city committee. With- j amount that could be profitably ex- out the frivolity of speech making the ponded in "tho year convention proceeded to business by i A boat is provid.d for on the lakes electing Mr. Conley chairman and Louis N. Werner secretary. On the call for nominations for water! tne most h works trustees Chas. H. Fuchs and j pearance is indicative of the changed re- John G. Strobel were named. Clark j latious existing between the United Center was also named, but he declined. States aud Great Britain. Heretofore i iu which he must act on the the not to cost more than Tin. is conns findings, he does not indicate' jjjt Counterfoil Slli cr Dollars in Clron- 1 hat u illl.e Ids course, although I he I Intion In Dent er. Col.. Are Most Difficult oC Detection. 1 ion of the business ol er. I'ul., bus T-. been attracted to the unus-iiallj large j I1BT, intimate associates, During the past two weeks the atten- shews that he iseouiemplatiiiga demand NEXT PRESIDENT A DEMOCRAT. :or a pumrive and iu- War or No War tiie OM Democracy Will number of counterfeit sihei- 'do'Ku-s 'lemmty. if the board's report declares made of silver that are in circulation, that the Maine disaster was due to de-. inth bill is its-ip- countcr.fclts remarKabh president knows what the! in tn nm as its ap imitations of the genuine coin i Win Out In the Next Presidential Campaign. But one ballot was necessary to make a choice, Mr. Fuchs receiving 57Je votes and Mr. Strobel For cemetery trustee but one name Last night these gentlemen gave a i citement was printed this evening iu El dinner in the Hotel Ingletarrie to Con- j Correo, the Conservative organ. The sul General Lee, Captain Sigsbee, Cap- whole edition is about the war aud full of tain Cowles of the Fern aud some American newspaper comsnoudciits. The dinner did not take place in the regular dining room of the hotel, but Mr. Stewart and Mr. Gautier ordered it to be served in room IS, where the party- was closeted for several hours. Spanish waiters were them. not allowed to serve It is asserted by La Lucha, and the report is generally believed by Spaniards patriotic items. The article referred to is illustrated by a map in which the posi- tion is shown of the American navy and its threatening attitude toward Cuba. El Correo says that such a thing ought not to be tolerated by Spain, and that the Spanish government's duty is to answer the United States in the same manner by placing the Spanish war- ships in a threatening position around Key West. INTEREST FREDERICKS-CAVANAUGH MATCH Many Sporis From Outside Cities Will Be of the Men For the Fight Friday Evening. Jim Wilson, Montreal, 3 rounds. DRAWS. Bright Eyes of Texas. Galveston, 15 rounds. Harry Black. Galvestou, 25 rounds. Dummy Rowan, Mnucie. 20 rounds. Jim Bridge, St. Paul, 10 rounds. Tony Murray, Minneapolis, lOrounds. Tony Murray. Minneapolis. 20 rounds. I the authorities have hesitated to insert a provision for the building of Mich a ves- sel for use on the lakes as Great Britain trearv between the two countries. was offered. H. C. Huutiugtou, and he j would construe it as violating the was nominated by acclamation. Upon motion of James- D. Lea, the :iry committee was instructed to fill any vacancies that might occurr on the The six torpedo boats authorized are to cost not exceeding si 50.000 apiece, ticket. The convention then, adjourned. lmd tlie six., torpedo boat destroy. CITY COMMITTEE ORGANIZED. each. Immediately after the adjournment of An increase the naval enlisted the convention the new city committee met and organized by electing Frank J. Link chairman, Joseph Reminger, secre- tary and William Buyer treasurer. DEFEATED, force is authorized to make the total LOST TWO GAMES TO FREMONT. I THEY ARE BACKING KIDD MOORE. The Bowlers From This City Were Given a Royal Time uy the Home Fremont Boys How to Take Defeat. The Fig-ht Will Be a Gamey One From Start to Finish and Money is Up by Admirers On Both Sides. Indications are that a large crowd will that it is almost impossible to detect j verdict of the court will be. he ha-nor ilarcll them, and government experts I eoiuiuunie.m'd theinfonuationto his ad- Jofeph M. Bailey atouped here toda'-on are frequentl, at a loss to choose be- his to j' h a are frequently at a loss to choose be- tween the false and the true. It is thought that there are vast numbers "Three or four days" the answer of them in circulation for the passing yesterday to question, about I hi frcclv from hand to hand would ones- freely from hand to band would ques- tion. At the mint recently it "Has stated that the situation is so serious that the treasury has made it the sub- ct of a communication to expected report of the board and t' day hi. way to see Joseph C. Sibley at Fr.jikliu, Pa. Mr. Dailey said: -If the Republican party declares war they v, ill undoubtedly beat tho Demo- the answer was the same. iti the next campaign. If they do Omcial-s did I not declare war there will not Be 'UV- L Ut it. I.U1U1I11111 11 tLHUll IU regarding the propriety of adopting a repetition, nor amend their statement not explain the inconsistency of the j enouah Republicans left in this country to make .1 showing." new device for the coin. It is estimated that there are fully wortii of these spurious coins in circulation in- tue country. All that have been found bear the mark of the New Orleans mint, lower case "0" immediately under the eagle, and are dated 1SS3. The govern- ment is making every effort to detect the men engaged in this business, so far without success, tliough it is believed ther are made somewhere in the south. MARRYING PARSON RESIGNS. Hcv. Hie Worlil'n Record for Marrying, to The Star Bowling club of this city the Green-Moore contest toiuor- accept u call from the First Milwaukee will have to secure a new marrying parson. Kev. Wesley A. Ilnnsberger, holds the record of the country for marrying-Chicago and otlier couples, bus resigned as pastor of 'lie Grand Methodist, church to went to Fremont Thursday night and met the Star Bowling club of that city. JSTow they are back with all their feath- ers plucked. It's too bad, for the Sau- CHICK BROOKE AND AL DUCASE. Manager Clayes is receiving letters (Records Qf TwQ who wm at every day from sporting men all over tho state requesting reserved seats for the CavauauKh-Fredericks fight which ill be pulled off at the Nielsen opera house next Friday night. It is an evi- dence of the general interest manifested in this contest which promises to be one of the hottest of the season. Both men sire now hard at work training and the battle will no doubt bo worth coming many miles to see. Both men will be in Saudnsky the early part of this week and will con- tinue then- training here. Manager Clayes has made arrangements for train- ing quarters and as .soon as they are properly fitted up the sporting public will be invited to watch the men while at work. Both are very clever men and with the famous Geo. Siler as referee that the contest will bo clean and fair from start to finish, is an assured fact. The record in the ring of these two men are given below. Fredericks' record is as follows DEFEATED. Billy Forrest, St. Louis, 13 rounds, Peter JIcDaniels, St. Louis, 13 rounds. Frank Deguan, St. Louis, 12 rounds. .Toe Wall. St. Louis. 11 rounds. Al Croko, St. Louis. 14 rounds. D. Thomas, St. Louis. 1! rounds. DRAWS. Frank Zacher. St. Louis. IS rounds, (jus Eddiuger, 53 rounds. KNOCKED ovr. Frank Reasor. IS rounds. Dutch Neal. 8 rounds, stopped by po- lice. Cavauaugh's record is as follows: DEFEATED. Dutch Neal, St. Lonis, S rounds. Charles Marks, Buffalo, 15 rounds. Roddy Strouse. Buffalo, 34 rounds. Jack Smith. Buffalo, 10 rounds. Tony Murray, Philadelphia. lOrounds. Kid Coley, West Superior, 15 rounds. George Curtis. West Superior, 15 rounds. Cavanaugh-Fredericks Contest. For one of the preliminary events at the Fredericks-Cavanaugh contest, man- ager "W. C. Clays has signed articles with Al. Ducase and Chick Brooke to give a six round contest to a decision. These men are well known in the ring and have records that are good. Brooke was some time ago presented a gold watch by Gco. Dixou for meeting all comers at Cincinnati. He was also given a] gold medal by Billy Plinmier, champion of England, When he beat Kid Ash in four rounds. Brooke's record is as follows: THESE HE DEFEATED. Johnnie Conner, who fought Jimmy Barry at Chicago, .7 rounds at Spring- field, 111.; Pat Amniou, champion of Cincinnati gymnasium; Joe Brunue, 10 rounds, Olympic club Cincinnati; John Leslie, 1 round Fair Play athletic club, Cincinnati; Otto Jones, 10 rounds, Lexington, Ky.: Tony Gurins, 3 rounds, Fair Play club Cincinnati; Pete Curley 3 rounds, Fair Play club, Ciucinnat Kid Walsou. 3 rounds. Fair Play club Cincinnati. The first three named he defeated in one ring ou the same night winning a geld medal bantam weigh) champion for three Kentucky. The record of Al Ducase is also a gooc one. It is as follows: HE DEFEATED John Leslie, 10 rounds Bill Port cyclone, 10 rounds; Joe Brunne draw, 9 rounds. GOT A DECISION'. Hack Johnston, 16 rounds: Galveston Kid Wilson 8 rounds, London Ohio rMarris Johnson. 14 rounds, Dixon' theater, Toledo, Ohio; Suell Mathews 10 rounds, Hawthorne race track. Quit Business In Kansas. NEW YORK, Mareh Equit able Life Insurance society has decidec to discontinue business in Kansas. ulub pid up a good giUiiB, Dut tile reniont boys put up one a little better, eating them in the'first game by 114 oiiits and in the second by 89. The renioiit boys feel very proud over their and the Sandnskians are much leased at the cordial treatment they re- eived while at Fremont. The boys all say they had a fine time rfter the games. They took their de- eat in a manner which left a marked rnpression on the Fremont club. Both lubs enjoyed a banquet at the Ball House, where they feasted until a late our, arriving home at 11 p. m. row night which will undoubtedly be the best ever pulled off in this city. The match is attracting considerable atten- tion from all over the state, as both the men have fought the bo-t men iu their class and neither one has ever been de- feated. Moore's defeat of Jack Dough- erty at Cincinnati stamps him as one of the" gamest fighters iu the ring. In this fight he broke his right, arm just above tho wrist in the second round and put him out iu the nineteenth round. Green's last fight was with Eddie Burns at Toledo on March 7. to whom he couccded 13 pounds in weight and then made a punching bag out of him by reduciug the period '24 hours. There, is much talk, here about a preliminary message from the court embodying its verdict, but there doe.s not appear to be anything in it beyond the suggestions mnde to the president that ho should direct Admiral Sicard to telegraph tho idst of the court's findings just as soon as the record of (their investigation is placed in his hands. Brought face to face with the knowl- edge that the court may furnish such information aud views that llu question of peace or war must be taken, at once, the administration is considering in the .ib-uiec of positive advice- as to the court'i- findings, what oonrrf should be foil TO ed if hostilities became dependent 0.1 the attituele of the United States. The most serious consideration has been iriveu to the dangers of a summer cam- paign in the tropics. Pe'U'i from dis- WSMEMBERMENT OF CHINA Is the Important Question of Europe Just Has Been a Surprise to tlic Powers. for rounds. to fi favorite Bums was before this a 10 fight. Having defeated Johnnie Lavack iu 14 Following are the scores of the two j ronuds, Green has also defeated Biilie lames: Kennedy in 3 ronuds. For the pa-t year FIRST GAME. had to concede from 8 to 20 Sandusky-Lehrer 132; Euemmele, I f t a match rds the impression prevails in tiuanoi.il circles that Anglo-French relations r.re not so severely strained as was the case even ten days ago. The impre.ss-iou may be wrong, but the finau-' cial market is so sensible that ir seldom direction of crrcgation has .steadily croun. The j viu also be likely to attack the men of any mistake in the direction board of trustees passed re- Atlnutie if ,Hey are over-conJidcnce. grettmg his departure. kept iu the gulf waters much lunger. I he huglish press takes the gloomi FINDS HIS BOY AT LAST. Fnther nnil Hon Arc- tnitod Aflor n Separation of Over Trveutj FHe Yenrs. Weber, 103, Tojal, 107; Kettuer, 154; Thoina, 129; Hock, 168; Koebcl, 152; Guenther, 14T; John Bunib, 182; C. Bunib, jr., 137. Total, 1.176. SECOND OAJin. 116; 110; Buoy, 1-30; Dehuel, 132; Mischler. 126: Weber, 117. Total. 136; Kettuer. 125: Thonm, 110; Hock, 173; Koebel, 122: Guenther. 108; John Bomb. 160: C. Bunib. jr., 182. Total. 1.116. "LITTLE LORD will conic here to witness the contest. and it is an even thing that all the After "J of separation T. These mat ters have been brought to Mr. McKinley's amuliou In thusewho tlmik that t he bcgimiiiu: of hostilities. if a resort loarms cannot be avoided. i should be delayed until the end of the Moore money will find takers. A large prosperous merchant ot C'hicay Spnhii. of r.lmiinrst, Oil., has been re- nlliH.aithy sui-ou. That some members unittd to hU son. Alfred Spnhn. no-.va _. The "f the cabinet havv nieu impressed delegation of Marion andBucyrnssport- I father is a poor gardener, who belifncd these considt ration- j declarations, apparently, however, have made arraiig  m oarrv or. ir search finally came to bc- and in what1 v r poh.-y he dt-ddes ou. The newest stationery i- a genuine strawberry iu hue. White ink i- 'X, March Fran- bj- tho.-e who have adopted this uniqm that the nov bad president The cis Hodgson Burnett, the well known bnt junrtistic caprice'. The Sp'lhn. now years of nee, te-lls of havinsr worked himself up ule.i that tin- country will ;iot dilavai'i! that the Anurie'au novelist and the author of "Little Lord this afternoon filed in the xiu> woman with District supreme court a suit for divorce aiw.ivs has- a lot of urliu rve-Ushes in commorcial worfj. f OT KewiHc.ro lv uillinc: to take their chances m j the conduct of Minister MacDonald at Pekiu by decorating him with the Order ..f the Bath. Ir was remarked at the time that the government must be easy to pk'ti.-e-. throughout the crisis in tho far ea.-t MacDouald has shown him- self the worst informed member of the diplomatic corps at the Chinese capital. i-y move made by the other powers as a complete surprise to him. against Dr. Swan M. Burnett, a leading by their entanglement in the me.-iies of j occulist of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bur- hcr in public. nett have been separated for several years, but have frequently declined to What a world of expression there is _ -i i T I THE PACIFIC COAST. Canniliallira Increasing In the Conso. _ Cannibalism is largely increasing In Mucli of the Emergency Fund Will Be ably knenvu his plans as soon jis they were maeie. Tho latest move in the game furnishes tlnx freshest proof of MacDoiuud's inaptitude. sue either for divorce. I in the glance one woman throws, over' QUO teaspooiiful of extracts flavors Mrs. Burnett is now in her at another aud better-] qtnrt Of custard pudding, ote., served of engineers of the army today explained ihoxur you have only to make your semi where she went a month ago. The j gowncd oue. j which wiU made to rttfrion _-_.___l._ t iim-p.-.- L t cause of the trouble is said to be merely incompatibility, owing to Mrs. Bur- nett's frequent absence from her home fhe Star. For up-to-date telegraphic news Oue rables-pooufnl of liquid is allowed of the allotment of made to i vFour oggs to each quart of milk 11 for each op WkT the engineering branch out of the for an ordinary cup of custard, Spent There. j understand liow many mere than March chief j sixty minutes can be cromted iato ao   

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