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   Sandusky Star, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1898, Sandusky, Ohio                               Get Our Prices on Job Printing. THE STAB. Today's News Today jot Tomorrow. VOL. I--NO. SANDU8KY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY KVKNING, For Those Who Want to Have the Marriage Tie Severed. North Dakota, Thrives on ihe In- dustry oi" Grunting Divorces to Mismatea People. FAJMJO, 'N. D. Dec. Fargo is :i thriving and lending town of the groat northwest. Ir is said to bo principally occupied by drauiuiers from St. Paul and Minneapolis, and divorce lawyers Fargo unquestionably has agreat fntuie before ir, but it will always be iu tlie future, until it has purged itself of the unsavory reputation that some of its conrts of so-called justice have attained. At present an eastern man or non-resi- dent might as well make up his mind to pocket a loss of the whole amount in- vested as to think of going into one of these courts with the hope of recovering any portion of it., One of the district. Judges is an up- right man, and believes in enforcing the law against intoxicants, not like one of his predecessors, who went by the name of "Judge who evidently thought the only way to enforce the prohibition law was to do all the drink- ing himself, which he usually started in to do when he went into a town to hold court, and sometimes keeping attorneys, Clients and witnesses waiting for days at a time before he would be iu seuii- htate. when the halls of jus- tice would be thrown open to "all com- orV as he used to express it. As to the United States court, we will bike occa- sion to uioution that iu a later article. It is much easier to be good than great, as there is less competition, but there is no competition in either out here, The jag wagon is a feature of the town. Many of your readers will ask what is a, jag wagou? Well, North Da- kota is supposed to be a prohibition state, but there is no such supposition about Minnesota. Moorehead is a thriv. Who Taught Him to Fight. "I'll UMI Sharkey. .sure. Pin money on me." writes Kid T'as fight on the iu evo-vlxidy 'almost wirhonr i .HU I 1 I lor an f.isy n siiiV at-it kmx-.it'd out ho will MI-MT I what cut him. It will have be a j I-A cracker of a punch th.it will put husky man to sleep. Shirks goes for Met Joy it will iio1 -i b >xer pur.- bur a lighter who has learned his lesson iu a hard j school. Tommy Rrau taught him all he one sporr talking of the Kid. "Kyan used to make every point on his body and head son- above the belt. McCoy was a raw one then "Go saida bhort-haimi boy. -'11 was Steve O'Douuell who taught him the game. He didn't know nothm ANDREW MILLER DEAD. PRICE TWO CENTS Col. Zurhorst Appeared Before the House Committee Yesterday. Congressman Norton to Introduce a Bill Appropriating For Its En- largement and Improvement. j If the efforts of Congressman James A. Norton and Col. Ed H. Zurhorst count for anything, will be ap- propriated for improving Saudmky h ir bur. Yesterday Col appeared before the rivers and harbors commit'e, of the house and presented the claims of rhis harbor tor an appropri ition. I It- urged that body to make a liberal up- about it until Big Steve took a few hard I propriariou for the east chau- punches at him." "Oh, you're way off now. The Kid learned all he knew from Fitzsiuimons' style. He'll never tight Fitz. Nor in four thousand years he won't. Anci bar- uel. He called attention to the fact that sand get.s into it, being washed iu continuously, this making navigation dangerous, and often impeding the movement of loaded vessels. He thought greater angle so that the sand will not slough in. In the afternoon he induced Congress- man Norton to introduce a bill appro- I priatiug for the enlargement and improvement of the harbor. ring Bob Fitzsimmons, McCoy is the j that the channel should be given a best in the business today. He has come up slow and sure. He don't-fight, a fight until he'sjgood and ready, and when he goes against a man he's as lit as a fiddle string and you can bet every cent you got he'll fight to the last ditch. The Kid will lick Sharkey sure, but he'll never go after Bob Fitzsimuions." "Kid says George Siler, "is a cautious fellow. He haves his money. He wins on a fight, takes the purse and invests it. He'll have money when these other fellows are broke. He's a business man at the game and a clever man The Kid is his owu manager. He makes his own matches and does all the figuring and it takes a sharp mau to get ahead of him. The night he fought j Tomn y Ryan, a sad night for Tommy, -he walked iato-tho room of om? of tie One of Sandusky's Best Known Citizens j Passed Away This Morning. j At o'clock this morning Andrew I Miller, of Pearl street, one of-- Sau- du-sky's known and highly respected j passed away. His death came after a lingering illness of nearly a year. Mr Miller oi age He came to iSaudusky when six years old. and has resided ever since. He was known for his honesty and integritv and had the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He was always true to hU principles audiu him the Democracy of the county loses one of its st workers. A few years ago he held the om'ct- of street commissioner in thiscity 1 He ca no of a family of eight children. j Hi- had three brothers, nil living, of whom HAiry lives in this city, Jacob in j St Louis, and William iu Philadelphia His sisters are Mrs. Eckler and Mrs Beckloff, of this city, and Mrs. Kessler and Mrs. Zeller of Delta, O. He leaves a wife, one sou and seven daughters to mourn the loss of a kiud husband and a loving father. Arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. M SECRET OUT I Fatal Accident on the Pennsylvania Road Near Menlo Park. Effort Made to Purchase Cuba Just When War Broke Out. The Story Is Told by ex-Secretary Sher- man, Who Is Doubtful of the Fu- ture of the Republic. ing town of about inhabitants and is just across the state line and has many palatial saloons where all kinds of moisf.nfe (except good water) is fur- nished. saloons run nicely cush- ioned and covered wagons free of charge to various points in Fargo. Those who choose can take a jaft wagon across the and be back for dinner. officers of the club, a friend and admirer of his, and offered him his hand, saying: I "If I win, you may want this. If I lose, tear it uo." When the jag becomes too apparent the patient is either put to bed by kiud h mds or loaded up in the jag wagon and dumped into Fargo: hence the term, "jag wagon." This is said to yield at least a quarter of a million dol- lars to the proprietors of the kind Going To Port Clinton. Haviliu Bros.' Twentieth Century Minstrels have arranged to give their minstrel show at Port Clinton some eve- ning between Christmas and New Year's day.______________________ Funeral At Castalia. The funeral of Martha Cecelia the lit- tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Neill of Venice was held this morning at Cas- talia. The services were conducted by Rev. J. J. Dole. traffic. prohibition pro Jiibit? Your correspondent thinks not. As to the divorce laws of North Da- kota, it is claimed for them that they yield at least half a million dollars an- nually to the lawyers who are engaged in this filthy business. We clip from a local paper the following Howard Gould gives up five million to marry Katheriae maybe she is worth it. If she isn't, Fargo is a nice hotel accomo- Ouarantine Raised. The smallpox card was taken down from the B. O. House yesterday after- noon. A suspicious case there had fully j recovered and the necess iry time had elapsed. The place was thoroughly fumigated and is now open for business. HITCHCOCK GETS TOM WASHINGTON, Dec. A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, was today nom- inated by the president as secretary of the interior. The Senate confirmed the nomination this af teruooe. The appoint- nine, caused much surprise because residence an array of legal talent its not equaled between the great seas. It is said that some of the attorneys have runners at the trains, like hotel and livery stables, to catch the falling angels as they drop from the cai-s. "Right this way, madame! Evidence and divorces furnished with neatness iiud dispatch. Come with me and I will introduce yon to the biggest lawyer in ed today. Bliss' resignation had not been officially announced. The president acted with- out consulting the party leaders. He now has two ambassadors to appoint, one to England and one to Russia. R. C. Kerns, of St. Louis, republican nat- ional couimittcenian from that state may go to St. Petersburg. It is rumored tiiat secretary Long may resign but nothing ufhc-iarcim bt.1 leam- jthe town (meaning the Charges reasonable." But woe unto the mart woman who is enticed and enter these 
                            

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