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Cincinnati's League Team Will Play
Tha Locals Handicapped in Yester
day's Game and Wero Badly
The Reds, Cincinnati's League team of
ball players, will be here to-morrow and
will cross bats with the Maysvilles at the
new park in the Sixth ward. Everything
points to tho largest attendance of the
season. Rieman will bo in tho box for
Maysville, and judging from his excel
lent work in past games, Buck Ewing's
swatters will not have any walkover.
The laysvilles will get together and do
their level best to down tho Red-legs.
The local managers hnve gone to extra
expense in bringing the Reds here, and
for this reason tho admission to the game
to-morrow afternoon will bo 50 cents for
men and 23 cents for ladies.
Let everybody turn out and encourage
the Maysvilles in their efforts to give us
the very best to be had in tho base ball
The Maysvilles wero badly beaten yes
terday by the Huntingtons. In fact it
was tho worst defeat they have yet met
Tho homo team went into tho game
greatly handicapped, however, and to
add to" tho troublo several of tho players
had an "off" day. Bradley was in no
condition to pitch and said so. "Why I
couldn't break a pane of glass," said
Bradley before tho game opened. Rie
man had to bo kept in reserve for to
morrow's game with tho Reds, so "Brad
ley was put in the box, against his
protest. He lasted for just three inn
ings, when ho was taken out and sent to
right field, Wadsworth finishing In tho
box. "Wadsworth had pitched but two
or threo innings this year, and did re
markably well, all things considered.
He hadplenty of speed, and had ho re
vived the support tho Huntingtons gave
their pitchers tho game would not have
been so one-sided.
Davis' umpiring was not at all satis
factory. Tho judgment of the crowd was
that he gave the Maysvilles the worst of
Tho first and second innings were
nicely played on each side. The Hun
tingtons began scoring in the third. A
base on balls, threo singles and Eome
- rank plays on the part of Maysville gave
the visitors three runs. Threo singles, a
wild pitch' and an error gave them threo
more runs in tho fifth. In the sixth,
Bruner was hit by a pitched ball, and
walked to first. Taylor was given his
base on balls. Smith bunted, and Van
Winkle in his hurry threw wild to first,
Bruner scoring. Lauterbach's long fly
to left was taken by Cox, but Taylor
scored on the throw in. Gaines struck
out. Poage hit past short, Smith scoring.
Zimmer's long fly to center, taken by
Rieman, retired them. Two singles and
a passed ball gave them one more run in
the eighth, and they got one more in the
ninth on a single, a wild pitch and a
muff. . ,. ,,
In only two innings were tho Mays
villes able to do any scoring. In the
fifth, after two wero out, Tenley reached
first on an infield hit. Cox got to first
on a fumble "of his grounder by P. Rie
man. Curio then banged one up against
the light field fence for three bases,
scorincr Tonlov and Cox. Gains' sensa
tional catch of Hall's hot one to left cen
ter left Curio on third. In the seventh
Bradley reached first on Smith's fumble
of an infield hit. Hall ran, and stole
second. Tenley singled to left, scoring
Hall. Cox singled to short and stole
seconcl, beating Zimmer's throw to catch
him, Tenley scoring on tho throw to
catch Cox. Tho score :
MAYSVILLE. A. B. R. IB. P.O.
COX. 1.1 5 1 1 4
Curie, lb 0 0 10
Hall. b. s .. -JOO
McCiann,2b 0 0 2
Rlcjnan.r.f.andc.i.. 4 0 1 3
Van Wlnklo, 3 b 4 0 1 1
Bradley, p. and r. 1... 2 1 1 0
Wadsworth, ex., p.... 4 0 0 3
Tenley, c 4 2 2 J
Smith, 1. f, and p 6
Gains, 8. s o
I'cm go, 1 b o
Zimmer. c 5
Woodruff, r.f.,1. 1 5
P. IUemau,2bandc. 5
Bruner, c. 1 4
Taylor, p. uud r, I 3
Watsou, 2 b 1
41 11 10 27 10
Innings...., 1 2 3 4 8 C
Maysville 0 0 0 0 2 0
Huntington 0 0 3 0 3 3
Earned runs, Maysville 2, Huntington 3. Left
on base?, 7, Huntington 8. Threo. base hit, Curie.
Stolen bases Van Wlnklo, Bradley, P. Rioman,
Taylor. Sacrlflco hits, G. Rieman, Lautcrback,
P, Rieman. Base on balls, of Wadsworth 2,
Taylor 2. Hit by pitched ball, Brunner. Struck
out by Wadsworth 2, Taylor 6, Smith 1. Wild
pitches, Wadsworth. Tassed balls, P. Rieman 1,
Tenley 2. Tlmo ol gamo, 2:15. Umpire Davis.
BHORT STOPS. ,
Zimmer was ablo to return homo with
tho Huntingtons last night. Ho blames
-. . . . .
no uno but himself for the accident. In
tho excitement of the moment lie forgot
tho danger of his position over tho plate.
Bradley will probably leave for home
Truehart Taylor is a great pitcher.
Ho has a world of speed.
The managers will probably secure
Keenan, lato of the Southern League, to
help do the pitching. They wired him
this morning. ' .
"Big Bill" Phillips will probably bo in
the box for the Reds to-morrow, with
Morgan Murphy, the King of catchers,
to recoive him.
An unfortunate accident occurred in
tho seventh inning that was greatly re
gretted by all present. When Tenley
started to score on tho throw to catch
Cox at second, P. Rieman threw back to
shut Tenley off. Zimmer, the Hunting
ton catcher, blocked the plate, and Ten
ley collided with himwhilo at full speed.
Zimmer was leaning forward over the
plate and Tenloy's knee struck him on
tho left shoulder, fracturing the collar
bone. Zimmer was in fault. It was Im
possible for Tenley to stop after ho saw
the plate was blocked.
AT CINCINNATI It II K
Cincinnati 0 S I 3 1 1 3 1 x 12 14 i
St. Louis a 0000030 0-5 11 3
Batteries Pnrrott and Murphy; Brelt
oustcln nml Caoley. Umpire Keefc.
AT BOSTON . It II E
Boston 0 0 2 0 0 5 1 7 x 15 10 0
Philadelphia 0 1130000 1 5 13 t
TJattorles Nichols nnd Ganzol, Smith
and Buckler. Umpire Murray.
AT CHICAGO ' It II E
Chicago ....0 0001023 s G 05
Pittsburg 0 0009000 0-2 11 0
Batteries Griffith aud Klttredge; Haw
lcyand Sugden uud Merritt. Umpire
AT BROOKLYN HUE
Brooklyn. .. .0000000000001 1 0 0
"Washington ,0 00000000000 0-0 5 1
Butteries Stein and Dallcy; Anderson
aiyj. McGulrc. Umpire Emsllo.
AT BALTIMORE ' . R II E
Baltimore 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 x 5 8 3
Now York 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 71
Batteries Hoffer and Robinson j Ger
man aud Wilson. Umpire McDonald.
Don't miss the races July 4th, 5th and
Cth. ' N
Cole's water filter $2 Fitzgerald's, the
The C. and O.'s pay train was here
Full proceedings of the State conven
tion in our dispatches.
For Sale A good, paying business, in
excellent location. Inquire at this office.
T. M. Fleming will take charge of tho
Merchants' Hotel at Flemingsburg July
The people of the Mt. Olivet, neighbor
hood were treated to a hail storm yester
day. D. M. Runyon, fire insurance. Only
reliablo companies represented ; no wild
Henry V. Morris has changed his
mind and will start a Republican paper
Bartine's circus passed through Mays
ville this morning en route to Washing
ton and Mt. Olivet.
Mr. Georoe M. Clinoer will put up
the brick work of 'Mr. Lewis K. Parry's
new home on East Fourth, street.
The woman's prayer service will be
held in tho First Presbyterian Church
on Friday afternoon, June 28th, at 4
A Bio-andlo, four feet high, burned in
a store at West Union 1693 hours and 40
minutes. One person guessed ten min
utes and another 13,929 hours.
Joseph Kindig, the horseman, pur
chased eleven horses here and six at
Flemingsburg this week, and will ship
them to his homo in York, Penn., to-day.
. Tiie saying is " When one fly dies a
dozen go to tho funeral.!! "Stick-em"
fly paper catches funeral procession and
all. Try it. For sale at Chenoweth'a
Bukxaji Brown, a negro boy who has
served a term in tho penitentiary tor
burglarizing the Millersburg depot, is in
tho Paris jail again charged with tho
Maria Kern, of Ironton, has brought
suit against that city for damages sus
tained from injuries recoived by tripping
on somo of the rough pavements in that
place. She wants $10,000.
On Sunday, Juno 30th, the Western
Union telegraph operators of Cincinnati
will have an excursion to Oligo-nunk.
Round-trip fare from Maysville, includ
ing admission to caves ana services oi
Call and see tho most elegant lino of
gold and gold-filled watches, over shown
in Maysville at P. J. Murphy's, tho jew
eler. Ho has marked them down at
prices that will suit you if you content-
plate buying a watch, no trouoie to
to Sell a,t $5.00,
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ST, JOSEPH'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
An Interesting Program Rendered at
the Closing Exercises Yes
terday. Tho handsome music hall of St. Francis
de Sales Academy was the scene of
another delightful entertainment yester
day morning when the closing exercises
of fit. Joseph's Parochial School was the
event of interest. A large concourse of
relatives and friends greeted the happy
children and evidenced their pleasure
by frequent and sustained applause.
This school with its accomplishment of
great good in our midst is not so widely
known as it deserves. The public was
surprised at yesterday's assurance o'
the successful training and excellent
work the ladles of the Visitation com
munity have accomplished among their
youthful charges, whose interesting pro
gram would have honored maturer pupils.
Misses Piatt, Murphy, Dodson, Burgess,
Respess and Bramel assisted in the
exercises and added much to the morn
The selection of the various numbers
showed artistic taste on the part of the
teachers, while the manner iu which
they were rendered reflected credit on
both teachers and pupils. The sweet
faced "Little Houspkeepeis" amused tho
audience with a detailed account of their
domestic duties. How happy would it
be for all households did the mothers
wear the smiling faces of their childish
imitators 1 The choruses by the min
ims' were pronounced remarkably fine.
The recitations, especially "A Catholic
Psalm," delivered by Miss Agnes Mc
Aulifie, and "Little Golden Hair," by
Nellie Clarke, cave evidence of marked
talent. The beautiful song, "Papa Says
Mamma's in Heaven," was sung with
touching pathos by little Agnes Willen
Chorus, Vacation Maroh. by tbr pupIW.
, Address to the Rev. Fathers. Miry Elizabeth
Dialogue, "The Little Helper",." Mary Mc-
AuIilTo, Margaret Gullfo le. Margorle Alexander
Recitation, "Little Onldi'ii Hulr." Nolllo Clark
Chorus, "I'apa Says Mamma's lu Heaven, b.
Dialogue, "The School Girls Trouble," by
Margaret I taffy. Anna Roth, Aijiie C.nrk.
Vocal fcolo, "Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep,"
by MUi Piatt
Recitation, "Little Orphan Annie," by Amanda
I'iano duet, "La Galllna," Oottohalk, by
Misses Murphy and Dodson.
Chorus, "The Little Housekeepers," by the
Recitation, "Ihe Catholic Pslilm." by Agues
Dialogue, "The Adopted Child," by Amanda
Bramel, Florence Dodson.
Maudollu solo, a, La Seronata Gounod : b,
Muslca Prolta-rGraziaua-Walltfr. by Mae Katha
Recitation, "Grandma at the Masquerade," by
Dialogue, "The Bunch of Flowers." by Nellie
Clark, Margaret O'Hearn. Agues Wlllcnbrluk,
Mary Elizabeth Lorenz, Gcorgle Farley, Katha
Chorus, "Hymn to the Sacred Heart," by the
, At tho conclusion of the exercises
Rev. A. T. Ennis, in a graceful address
to tho children and audience, express
ing his pleasure in tho performance and
his appreciation of tho interest evinced
by the Sisters in the education of the
children of St. Joseph's School.
The Sisters of tho Visitation and
pupils of St. Joseph's School return
thanks to Misses Belle Piatt, Kathleen
Murphy, Agnes Dodson, Margaret Wat
son, Lutie Respess, Mao Burgess, Flor
ence Dodson and Amanda Bramel for
the kind, assistance rendered at their
closing exercises. Tho vocal and instru
mental performances of- these gifted
young ladies very greatly enhanced the
interest of the children's entertainment.
Oranges 15 cents dozen, at Calhoun's.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Hat stood tho Tost of Tlmo
MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER
FOR RENT Two-story brick dwelling, Ko. 319
wcstsldo of Uraestono street, between Third
and Foutth streets, containing Ave rooms and
kitchen. Tbo property Is in comploto pajr.
Hates reasonable. Apply to M. C. 1IUTCIUN3,
KAwagfliuti rou-nutmns: uiMaia ?W4
THE MttHCB TMjfa WMHKTO W
IfcTo - w $2.00, at
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UMMER DRESS GOODS'
Fine Jaconet Lawns, thirty-two inches
wide, at 7 i-2c; Striped and' Dotted In
dia L'mon at IOc; yard-wide Crepon
Dimity at IOc; Colored Swiss Organ
dies at ISc; new and beautiful styles of
Striped Dimity at 15c
are m munmkm for shirt waists
for Shirt Warsts. We have just received
twenty-five pieces in all the desirable
colors. Extra value in fine White India
Linons at 8 1-3', 10, 12 1-2 and 15 cents.
51 WEST SECOND STREET.
BREAD that is right?
KOLtS that are light 1
CAKES out of sight?
PIES Just right?
Art Pottery. Onyx Tables,
These nro only a few' of the beautiful and useful
articles we have lu Mock suit
GIFTS OF ALL KINDS.
It's tho experience of many people that our
store oilers many advantages ior the selection of
We Always Lead
With tho Delicacies of tho
Faaiy largo Strawberries,
Loue Ked Radishes,.
Fancy Curley Esttuce,
Wo have h choice lot oi Seed Potatoes and all
kinds of Garden Seed of tbo best varieties. Yel
low Oulon Sets 20c. per gallon. We will coutlu
ue to sell Canned goods at rock-bottom prices.
The people's cheap grocery.
Successors to Hill & Co.
mis k ran,
Iri nil the new shadings in Green,
Fifty patterns double-width Wool Dress Goods, worth $1.50 to
$2.00 each, choice, 75 cents full SuUV
Two long1 tables of Iiomuants of Satincs, Challles, Ginghams,
Lawns, &c, choice at 3 nnd 5c. n ynrd, worth 8 to 20 cents n yard.
ROSEN AU BROTHERS
PROPRIETORS BEE HiyE.
S,A,SK:X - iSSra.
Travel Has ThemT
Of fincinr.ntl. O.. will be at the Mlmral Well
Houm;, AUrdcen.O.,ou MONDAY, May ith, one
day only , . , ,
No:witlunndlntr he Is now a prnctlcla? physi
cian, in addition to being un experiuiioed Opti
cian, he will continue his business ns Optfeiau as
formerh , rnd will make w extra charm's forex
amlnint; your eyes and fittliiK them w ltk.ela'e.
Prices for glasses as usual. He ill make his reg
ular visits from now on.
12 foot Sea Moss 50
13 foot Sea Moss GO
15 foot Sea Moss . 75
17 foot Sea Moss 85
21 foot Sea Moss 31 10
Twer-.y-two wide, regular price 50c , now 15,
20 aud .33. Down they go. This is yocrchauco.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
WE HAVE THE BEST SE
LECTED LINE OF XMAS
GOODSUN OUR EXPERI
NOVELTIES in Celluloid,
Plush, Wood and Metal Goods.
Handsome assortment of Stand
and Triplicate Mirrors.
CUT GLASS BOTTLES AND
"Wink Henthorne, a barber of Vance
buxg, has received word from his mother,
Mrs. Caroline Henthorne, of Ironton,
that she has been identified as one of
thirteen who are heirs- to an immense
estate aggregating $4,000,000 in Enizland..
Yellow nnd Blue.
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