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Morning Star, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1898, Sandusky, Ohio t' THE WEATHBR. Fat Ohio: Threateulng wttther pnbsbty faift; fitsh southerly winds' VOL. I-XO. il CIRCULATION YESTERDAY, SAMH'SKY, OHIO, SLADAY MORM.NC, MARCH '27. PU I K T I T RlMgCE XTS A SWINDLER Cables Some Importcint Newr, to the State ment at Washington. Weekly Review of Events In the Squared IKID f mi si M mm MOVFMFNTS Ifllf f JUilliL'n I AJ Must Not Be Known on This Side of the The Spanish Report of the Maine Disaster Has Not Yet Been Published. Works His Scheme Successfully In a Num- ber Places. A si r.aigfr. who claimed to repnsent AY. A. Hi-hop, the photographer, swin- dled a numb a1 in people in a manner which was lint detected until lie hail ii-cimiiilated a little Mini of money by I hi.-, seheme. He would go to a residence and introduee him.-eK as a representa- tive
trong one and the ea-t is composed of the very best talent in WA.-IIIVGTOV. March sti-uling that the Maine w.ts taken from Woodford has enbled the state depart-1 the buoy where she wa-. first anchored men! that no relating to the and placed at another buoy wiieiv the movements of Spanish ships are permit- explosion oc was defeated by die champion, few years ago by a blast in a quarry on L. Sullivan. .lohn Donaldson the Mills' farm. Quite auumbir ot died suddenly, at Cliv, land, iu Xovem- ticktts have been-.'old and the opera l.siiT. of appendic ni-. house will surely 1 e packed. Following .1 vears ago. or Poud on tlie nibin-r. nolmily has more than an even break L'riolts. True, ihiy have lost a jiood in Jack Doyle, but he was a disturbing element aaioni.' the and Hanlou is for team work and riirlulv, tixi. the Geueral Woodford and Lieutenant Dyer, 1 lie United States naval attache at Madrid, sent dispathes to tins gov- ennneut containing notice of the de- parture of Spanish torpedo boat flotilla. General Woodford reports that the censorship over dispatches relating to Spanish warships relates particularly to torpedo boais. carrying out his policy of bringing Spain to terms cannot be definilely as- certained, it is known tonight that he is preparing a mes-age of some kind to send to congress and it is the general itpposition that in it he will announce IK determination to send relief to the Carving Cubans and to notify Spain lint the guerilla xvar ?uu.st cease. .ether iLe im.-i.1oti. in Sluinnu] ihi'd- him t siguiticaitcc is attached to the re- cent interview berv.teu Senor Gidlou, minister of foreign affuii-s, and United States Minister Woodford, for the reason that CT utch, cannot brook such 'humiliating in the conning tower aud had as a crew nterference on the part of thc Amcri- j The nation, it adds, is ready en-1 Immediately after clearing the wharfs gerically lo repd any aggression. the top of the turret was clamped down There is great excitement in Spain j everything made ready for submar- inxl semi-official announcement is made ''im' A tug boat on whioh were hat the "goverumem will do it-duty." j several officers of the Holland company According to La thc most iuti- j J- c- Lonf of General Wesley iiiate friends of Seuor Sagasta say thai Merrill's staff, followed the little craft by willing and dining him, and touting him to win the championship from the Kid. All of which is in very bad taste. W say the least. For. be it known that j Lavigue iu a finish fight is rather a dif- Engineers and Firemen on the Lake j ferent man to nib against than he is iu ,e Phillies! Well, vou can seardi me i Wl'w uot fiBwinS- srarved to tUwh Tiufor j military orders. Spam has outlawed herself by her acts, put herself beyond the pale of human sympathy. "We have borne with patience her outrages. We lu.ve filled oar jails with men prompted by the ordinary impulses of humanity to help her victims. We a limited contest. Daly will be com- pelled to weigh-in at tlie ringside about san he as at ts Daly might stand a chance, but only an accident would give him a decision over the Kid at the weight limit. Snore to Wear the Blue, The Company Will Furnish the First Suits and Afterward the Boys Can Buy Wherever They Please. The retaliation uniforms which will tlie government w ill go supposed.'' An editorial in the Di.aio de a Marina The next boxing match at Cleveland farther thau is I aP Stateu Island sound to a point about j Central armory will be between slightly jlic wn'u tlu' la mile south of Tot teuville Ferry. heavier men thau Lavigue and firemen are described iu an official Suddenly the watchers ou tho tug viz Mattv Matthews of Sew York, aiid cm-ulnr just issued. A bine coat, over- makis a fierce attack on the United boat saw the Holland's bow disappear, Charlie McKever of Philadelphia. This Tin article has aroused great alls and cap will make up the uniform, and her stern rise into the air until only j jakes place on April 12, and will be which will be furnished by the eompauy "You will uot the diplomats ro fix it: "Xo. not I, what I said, the time has passed and we all know it. The time is at hand to settle this thing for good ou the ground of protection for our people and save neighbors from the rigors of this heinous monster. -The senate will vote to so settle It will delay action only to get ready. have done police duty for Spain long i Wo perfectly ready, unless enough ou our shores. Xow (he time is j ru'T slunv a disposition to rtwli in on ns, here to stop it. because it, disturbs the j m which case we will fight whether peace of our country, destroys our trades ready or uot. and outrages the world. "Andmeauwhile. senator. tlieSpanish -We have the same right to interfere torpedo boats are coming over the sea." in Cuba as France had to come to our; "Yes." said the senator, "they are aid iu our right of men, coming aud we tire here." RECEIVER APPOINTED The Iron Prince Much Better. BEKLIN, March Bismarck's For Affleck Schaefler's Large Slock is luost iu. of soinuia has much improved and his ap- Yesterday morning Judge Hull ap-1 petite excellent. He smokes from part of the propeller was risible, then j ful. i0 rounds at 140 pounds for the iu tllc fivst at cost, after which j Spanish enthusiasm. It says that, ____...... ,.___...... :imong the many Iu.- with which the I rt'f bo.it shot beneath thc water. Sue championship of that- weight. These maJ" purchase where and whenever Americans answer the loyal declara- wont clowu ;lt :111 imSlc of flegi-ees. mou fought- !t fifteen round draw last flosirc, bur a" pointed Frederick Sehaefler as receiver i tou f0 fWelve pipes daily. mnsr o1'l tions of Spain, the most conspicuous one in less than a mimue was complete-1 December, at Athens, Pa., which was t samo material aud color. The cap will is McKinlcy's declaration that hi- is for i ly IIIW of sight. Ixot even the flagstaff's, I vci._v flcreclv contested. McKeever hits 1 contain a silk ribbon and on it will read S. M. S. R'y Engineer" and "L. Adopted a New Suffrage System. OIILEANS, March eacc. when he is daily rise 11 feet from her bow drawn battles with Jack Me- panish wr.uh. "The report of the American board of iquiry." adds tlie Diario. "is a poor iccc of logic. The facts have been protruded aume i'uu Mtii'iacu. Bill a few minutes later and -100 feet further on the people ou the tug boat saw the two flagstaffs rise out of the Jack ivcrnarrtt. Ueo. Lavigue and Young (4riffo, and has defeated such 1UP men as Billy McCarthy, Arthur wil1 tine and Stautou Abbott. Matthews is R'v Fireman." Commeuc- will be seeu in these uniforms. tortcd and, instead of an impartial re- showing that the bo.it was coming to llot so well known and has uot such a A NARROW ESCAPE. port, it is a political document designed rue surface. The top of the staffs were joujj rjug to excite the anti-Spanish feelings of the ou lcVL'1- showing that the boat was that lie split even with Americans and provoke Spain to war." I risiug ou 21V cveu keel- Experts had j ,lt Syracuse, is snfficieut evidence of his It adds: -'What does the United States want? If it desires to surprise us with its warships aud army, it will find it- 1 ;mcl tlicn tlie _ declared that it was impossible to do ami staying quality. A lar this, but she put her bow above thc sur- crowd of eastern sport- his opponent, "but the i A Young Son Of Robert Kennedy Run Over by a Street Car. soll Of jir. R0berr Keu- Jack Daly A minute aft self mistaken. We are ready. Tf it be- lieves that we are weak because it wauts the conning tower and a few inches of thc superstructure were poked above i er vit-it tllis lluttle. Big Jim Jeffries, the Pacific coast giant, made short woek of old Peter The dusky mile, running about eight gladiator started off like a winner, but to fight will) thc weak and uot with the surface. strong nations like Germany, it is a j Tue Holland continued ou the surface Jackson tho other night. coward and also misrakeii. Spain, has I n' t., i 1 LUii II1X" ..in'... always fought with lions. It is uowhcr hour, and then dived again. his steam was soon exhausted, aud m a t.hiut, t.ar-tlll> ran :icross the i rack after the dog when the car struck quality. A large of J127 nauc0ck street was acci- sare expected to ruu ovor a white Line car near the Baltimore Ohio crossing about yesterday afternoon. The child was playing with a pet dog uear the car track, just as a Wliitc Line car returning from the home was near- ing thc crossing. Without noticing the i Schaefler's supply of ice, which is about tons. The receiver is uot to charge any fees for his -ervicts ____ ___ nor was he rerjuired to give a bond. No Louisiana constitutional convention, rent will be charged the receiver for the j ;l SlX wteks" wrangle over die suf- use of the ice houses until Oct. 1 aud j qnostiou, has finally adopted, by a the ice will be sold and the proceeds counted to the court. for the state. a new sunrugu sysieiu SOMETHING UP HIS SLEEVE. fort tine to have to coie with snakes." j After another submarine run of -100 few minutes he was at Jeffries' mercy MjvDum, March 'X.__Additioual prc-1 yards she rose once more, that her in-: Jackson is growing old for a cautious have bet n taken to protect the vent or might get his bearings, remained past his old time stamina is con- resideuce of General Woodford. the surface a minute and disup-' spicuonsly absent. Since liis fight with In an interview tod.iv Prime Minister peared. A fourth dive, equally well' Slavin. a few- years ago, he has baen Lanky Bob May Have Something to Say In About a Week. Xr.w Yontc, March j mons has .something just now "up his sleeve" which he intends to spring upon the public before long. At, least this is j the impression he gives to his friends at j present. Fitz, who is a very taciturn j individual at any time, seems to think j that the sports demand that he should meet any good man and that they won't accept him as a retired pugilist. A Sun Will Send the Maine Report to the Twc Houses of Congress. WAsmsonw. March been a restless, busy day iu Washington conflict, but apparently little was accomplished towards bringing the controversy with Sp.tin over t he question of Cuba's free- Sagiista said that he thought a pacific made, completed the trials for the day. dissipating freely hence his decline in dom nearer to the point of final settle- solution of the. trouble with the United Before these tests the Holland had made the manly art. States conld be arrived at. but three trips under w-ater. In two of if the latter was disimus of avoiding a these she went down by means of the j horizontal diving rudders, which act I like the liiis of a fish, and ran about The Kaiser Denies It. 20o yards at a depth of four feet. In the third trip last week she sub- It begins to look as Sharkev's career in tho fistic him, despite the motormau's utmost en- deavors to prevent it. The car passed over the boy, and it seems miraculous that he was not ground to pieces. However, thc wheels did not touch him. and after staring about a bit. the though Sailor youngster got up aud started to walk awav. The motormau went up to him POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Time to trim trees. The robins are here. Get out your little onions. Mud now till dust conies. The hens are doing nobly. The eiruitioctial storms are due. Spring suits are now in sejison. Sales of garden seeds have begun. Winter wheat as a rule is looking fine. Thunder storms are becoming preva- A Prince of Wales is of age from his is placed for him on sht of thc throne iu the house of Bi.uux. March Xorih Ger- about closed, so far as first class boxers and asked what he was doing ou the are concerned. His recent exhibition of track, and received the reply: "I wanted brutalitv aud utter lack of self-control to get iny puppy. The child was taken man Gazette publishes a semi-official mergod herself by admitting water bal- in his disgracefully foul tactics against home aud it was found In- had sustained On Tiloiifli'v. the first chapier of the I and emphatic denial of the alleged ut- terance of Emperor William at a recent List while lying .still and ran a quarter of a mile at a dentil of 13 feet. Todav Joe Chovn.-ki have served as a ig no injury beyond some slight bruises on to other fight' rs. Consequently Sailor the head. Tom will get thc frozen stare when he drama that has be. n held on thc stage Private dinner parly thai he would m.lde rtuimijg dives, submerged her-, t, will ..Lwin-inmTallowtheUiiih-d St.ui.-to annex liv of her fin rudders, and match with sonn- Cuba. Uvn.s operated as she would be if M. Iwxer of ability. The sooner fighlcrs of Mlott was taken up iu Jus pitclK r. Btonco A of the N. Y. A. C, gave the pnisc for with-inteivst was rendewl Rix-K-r on a foul, a ruling that appeared for plaintiffs. d from all parts of the world the profession constituted 40 per cent of the number. A parrot in Couuci-Ocr.r is lliS years old. It has been for IW years in one family, having descended from father to sou through two-or three generations. If you do not get The Morning Star subscribe now. to meet with p'liemi approval. For up-to-date read The Star.
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