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LIMEY BATTED HARD
Charles Gots Three Bings
and a Tripple.
Marion Geto Busy in the Ninth and
Bats Out a 5 to 4 Victory
Akron, O.. Aug. 10 With
two down and I ho bcoio 4 to 3
m favor ol' Akron and two men
on bases IMhridge doubled to tho
light Held iencc. driving in the
runs that won tho game for Marion.
The woik of, the local outfield was
in u great way responsible for tho
delcat. but Ehninn, was also hit
hard wth men on babes. Callyn
dropped n lly. Callahan let two good
grounders get away fiom him and
Jratlmy dropped u line drive. Both
of Callahan's errors let in runs.
The locals started in to hit Lucas
ami Lalougc. .scored in tho third
on a hit. a sacrifice, an error and
a long lly. Dithridge tied the score
when Callahan let his single roll
to tho fence .
Lxilonge doubled and scored on
Callahan's single in tho last half
of the same inning. In the seventh
Luskey opened up with u triple
and Lucas singled. Luskey scoring.
Dithridgu forced Lucas and scoicd
when Callahan let Quinu's binglc
set away Irom him.
Akron got another lead in tho
nigh th on sirgles by Schwartz.
Mathay and St rood, but Ehman
'"Ao nip" in the niufh uud
Quiun and Linkey singled. Then
Ditluidgo won the g.uno for the
nriuiiiiicivt with a double. The lield-
ina" of Kn-t nt second mid Lucas,
who bioke up M-veral attempted
".icuflccs. together uilh the bat
ting or I.iv-key. wbo got tluee
single", and u triple in four times
up. were the featuies of the game'
An II PO A E
. I 12 0 2
. fi t 0 0 1
, 5 0 2 8 0
, I 2 11 1 0
,3 1 1.2 0
,113 2 0
:i 2 r, i.o
, 2 0 2" 0 0
Schwartz, lb ,
Broderlck. s :i
Strpod. 3b A
Lalonge. c ,
Totals 31 9 27 It 4
Marlon AB II PO A 13
Mylctt, ks I 0 8 3 2
Qulnn, in n 2 1 0 ()
Blako, If r. 1 0 0 0
Kairoll, if fi 1 2 0 0
nithlldge. 2b I 2 3 3 1
Daubert. lb n 1 r, l l
Flood, 3b 4 0 2 3 0
Luskey. e t I 5 1 0
1 1 0
Totals 10 12 27 19 5
Marlon 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 2-3
Akron 00101002 0 t
Ruiih Schwiutz, Mathay, Lalongo
Seventeen Years Ago
Old Cy Started to Twirl
Just 17 yeais ago Old Cy Young
pitched ills first game in fast com
pany. Tho giand Old Man, who
still Is looked upon as ono of tho
stollor Dingers of the big leagues, bays
that ho will never forget that August
day In 1890 when ho stepped Into tho
box in Cleveland against tho then
Chicago Nationals of tho old 12 club
Cy uah at that time an unsophisti
cated country lad, fresh fiom tho bu
cliolle homu of his father at Cll-
morc, Ohio, where his chief tialn-
Ing had bcoii In flinging tho horse-
lildo In an occasional gamo against
tho country youth, and an odd biff
against the Hldo of tho barn.
Patsy Tobeau heard of tho big
follow about tho latter part of July,
Invited him do'wn to tho paik for a
tryout, and set the date for August 5,
1890 Cy was thero, nnd ho was sent
In to work against Chicago. Georgo
Davis Is tho only other man In that
memorable gamo still to bo In the
Young was it that time tho samo
awkward appealing chap that ho Is
today, and this ungainllncss was
further testified to because thoro was
no suit In tho club that would como
anyways near fitting htm. He was
glvo na uniform which wag Just about
Fine linens deserve our kind of -
poorer linens demandMt . v
2; Mylctt, qulnn, Blake, DIthrldgo,
I,usko) Two base hits Lalonge,
LiiBkoy, DIthrldgo. Stolen baBes
Brodcrlck,, Kast, Luskey, Daubert.
Sacrifice hits Ehman 2, Brodcrlck 2.
SacrMtio hits Bhnian 2, Brodcrlck 2.
First baso on balls Off Ehman, 3;
off Lucas, 2, Struck out By Ehman
2; by Lucas, 2. Wild pltch-Ehman
HOW THE OLUBS STAND.
W. h. Pet.
Youngstown 57 33 (533
Nowark 58 31 030
New Castle 40
Lancaster . .t. . 43
Mi .sficld 31
Sharon ." 31 59 3G0
Newaik 3j Sharon 1.
Lancaster 8; Now Castlo 3.
Marion 5 Akron 4.
Youngstown 0; Mansfield 2.
Lancaster at Akron.
Newaik at Youiigstown
Marion at Now Castlo
Mansfield at Sharon.
AGOSTA THE WINNERS.
Ago-du ctime out victorious yes-
teiday uft ei noon in a baseball tour
nament with (Jrecn Camp and La
Itue at the latter place. Agosta and
Green Camp played the opening
game, the former winning by a score
of 3 to 2. Ballenger and W. Ho
gan ueiu tho points lor Green
Camp and G. llogau and Liude
mnnn uoio the jwints for Agosta.
In the second gamo Agosta put tho
clenuer on Laltuc, the score being
11 suid 4.
TWO GAMES MONDAY.
The management of the local club
announces that a double header will
be plnycd nt Webb paik Monday
between the Lime Burners and New
aik. It is1 expected that a record
breaking week day crowd will wit
ness the game.
Lancaster, 8; Now Castle, 3
Now Castle, Aug. 0. Lancaster
took most kindly to Kennedy's de
livery today and stored almost at
Lancastor ..20120003 08 19 0
Now Castlo 0 0 0 10 110 03 10 0
BattcrlCB Johns, Justus and Tox;
Kennedy and IjiIoiiro.
Youngstown 6; Mansfield, 2.
Youiigstown. Auk. 9 Yaruell was
pounded In tho third and fifth Inn
lugs. Compton retired nt tho end
of tho sixth on account of his arm
being lamo. T. Thomns finished In
flno shapo. Starr starred In tho now
Youngstown .0310 2 000 6 8 0
Mansfield ...10000010 02 7 3
Batteries Compton, T. Thomas and
Ostdlek; Yarnell and Breymalcr.
The LImo Burners concluded their
Akron scries by winning tho farewell
game nnd today they aro scheduled
to play a double header at New
Castlo. Tomoirow the club will re
turn hero and open a two gamo ser
ies with tho Nowark aggregation. Wll-
mot nnd Burk will probably work for
tho locals In tho two games to bo
played here, On Tuesday tho two
clubs move down to Newark for three
games and on Friday and Saturday
they play at Mansfield. I
flvo sizes too small for him, which
made him bo ridiculous that the Chi
cago bunch simply held their sides
with laughter. They coddled him,
nnd promised thcniHclvcs all sorts of
a picnic with his pitching.
"When I walked on to that neld
I had a feeling just us If the heels of
my shoes woro sinking down into the
hard eaith. I hud never been used
to such shoes In my life. I also
had u sort of confused Idea that there
was a ci owu or people somewhere in
the vicinity, but I couldn't for tho
llfo ot mo remember where it was."
Tho Chicago bunch soon brought
tho big fellow to his 'senses by Jeer
ing Jaunts and this got Cy so mad
that all his nervousness vanished like
a flash. Gritting his tooth, ho took
his position with u determination to
win that gamo In order to show
"thorn Bassy westerners'" that ho
wasn't as green ah ho looked,
Neived up to this pitch the rustic
shot curves over tho plato, uild with
such cannon ball speed that h'
had tho bewildered Ctilcagoans nt Ills
mercy Ho finally won the game, 8
to l. Hn gaw but three hits, three
passes In audition to this he struck
out flvo men nniong.whom woieaeoige
Davis, Ansou andKltticdgo.
TnS MARON DAILY MIBROR.iATUnDAY,
Nowark, 3;,harm 1.
Sharon. Aug. U.''-Nowatk took
it hiacb today tnnd jpfcaUxl the lo
cals in a well played nnd snappy
game . Sharon liit ' Locko rather
freely but in u plnoh woro .helpless
before his curves. Mock itwirled n
flno gamo but the visitors were
lucky in getting, tlireo of their si
hits when they weronceded. Pcarco
lifted the bnlf over the feneo for
a homo run. A -one-hand catch by
Sellers wms itho fielding feature.
Sharon .. 00000001 0-1 9 3
Newaik. . 0 0 0 1 ,11 0 0 0-3 0 1
Batteries -Mock) und Mattisouj
Locke and Pcarco, ','
NEWARK TOMORROW. "
Tho Lime Burners concluded
their Akron sene 'lly winning the
farewell gamo nll ftodnv thov am
schoduled to iplay ii'doublo header
at New Oastlo. lomorrow the club
will letmn hcio and open a two
game series with the. Newark aggre
gation. Wihuot nnd Bulk will prob
ably work for the loea'lsi in the twd
games to be played liero. On Tues
day the two clubs 'rnbvo down to
Newaik for three gajnes and on
Friday and Saturday thov play
at Mansfield. ,?.,
LEFTY IN. TOWN
Lefty Wilhelm.' Twlw is
pitching great miller East Liver- Cl lu.u
pool in the P. OVjgjengu, wa9 ulJJ J" f
visitor in the city Yesterday." The i'" ?
kaiser just dropped ,in to see a
few fiieiuk. He A)L probably re
turn to East Liverpool tonight.
Both Chicago TeamajLoBt on Friday
Pltttburg Defeatedthe GlanU.,
Standing of the Clubs.
Detroit ."'58 36
Athletics ,.. 57
Chicago j'. 61
New York .'.J45
St. Louis it ag
Washington .. ......1,23
Following is the, scoro of tho only
game played Frldayrf.
At Boston Chicago 6,
Altrock, Patterson!' McFarland;
Glaze, Young, Crlge'r?
Standing ofnho Clubs.
Chicago .73 27
Pittsburg '58 33
New York 57 40
rhUadolphla 53 '41
Brooklyn 45 54
Cincinnati 44' 65
Boston 38 j 59
St.. Louis 25. 78 ,
Following are Friday's scores:
At Chicago Phllndelphlft 3, Chi
cago 1. Corridon, Jackltsch;i Lund-
fPtfM i C AHA f
.At Pittsburg Now York 2, Pitts
burg 5. McGinnlty. Bresnahan; Phil-
At St. Louis Boston 4, St. Louis 5
Boultcs, Neetfham, Beebe, Fromme,
CHARGED WITH : '
Chailes W. Ross 'Lies
Arre&ted at Cakdonla on Charge of
Being tho Father of Ills Own
Thursday ovenlng n child "was born
to MIsh Sylvia Itoss, who resides
four miles west of Caledonia. Fri
day morning. Dr J E. .Baker swoio
out an affidavit in Mayor amber's
court, charging Churlcs W. Itoss, u
brother of the young mother, with
rapo and Incest.
Miss Robs Is lacking a fow months
of being fifteen years ago while her
brother Is aged 19 Roso was arrested
by Marshall Atwood Friday - evening.
When arraigned In tho mayqr'fl court
ho waived examination aud Mayor
Grubor bound him over to tho grand
Jury under a bond of $300. Boss wns
unnoio lo rurnisli hond and was
brought to this city Frlduy evening
and placed In tho county Jail.
Itoss hint been employed at thq
Virtue Hvory barn for several 'years
but resigned a few days ago und ac
cepted a position as a farm hand.
Band Concort, lawn foto 'and dance
at SchwIiiBer'B pavilion Wednesday
night by Tho Peoples' band.
WELL KNOWN HERE
T. Y. Smith Dies Whllef Visiting ot
Charles Smith, of 4!08t Church
Btreotj received a message W'iay In
forming him that his father, T. f,
Smith, of Mt. Veniotidlbd suddenly
of apojiloy at 10 o'clodic this morn
ing whljo visiting ut tho homo or a
ulster at Pataskola, Ohio Tho de
ceased was 62 years of nfe, and had
bfeeli engaged in the grocery bUsltlcBs
at Mt. iVernon Ho formoily llvcii
"' nipliwftrtd nnd wnn well kitown 111
tills vicinity mk and Mrs. Smith
left for Pataskola tblsjafttmoroa..
'AUfJUflT lo, l907"l
In Collection of City and
ORDINANCES ARE NEEDED
To Protect tho Property in
Waggoner Found Guilty of Non
Support Charge Fined and MuBt
Pay Wife Money.
Minor Sehciir. du'riutr tho time
Jio has been in ollice. has established
a wonderful recoid in the collection
tl' fines in city and stnto cases and
his collections have amounted to
boveial ti'mos his salary.
In tho piast the lines in tho may
or's court were scldoiti collected
and the city was compelled to pay
tno major's salary out oi the gen-
Under the present
ondorful change Jins oc-
curred. Di links who now come un
in the court are fined tho regulation
amount and better still they aru
compel lul to pay the amounts that
they owe the city.
Some liincB n drunk lias no money
at tho time of his urresfc but does
not lot him out of the payment of
a lino. He; is Jield. a while and if
ho cannot pay. tho mayor has him
give his note Tor tho amount. Ap-
paieiHiy mo paper is worthless but
such isi holdom the case. A month
or two or perhaps longer afterward
the sumo man will be arrested und
will have plenty of money on hand.
Then tho mayor produces tho note
and not only must tho drank pay
tho old lino but ulso u new ono.
Tho 'mayor luas collected .about $100
.l.....i.i.. it.: ..n.
,,' V. '""'"
ine poney or tho mayor, m rigid
ly enforced, has loscned tho num
ber of drunks and tho interest tak
en by tho mayor in those who como
hefoio him has reformed mora than
ono habitual drunkard.
Harvey Waggoner, arrested yes
terday ivi a charge of non support.
ly his wife, was adjudged guilty in
tho mayor's court this mornin" Ho
was fined WO and costs, tho lat
ter amounting to $3.50, nnd sen
tenced to bixty days it tho work,
house. The mayor suspended tho
woikhouso sentence during tho timo
umi miggoner pays his wifo $-1 per
week for tho support of ins two
Tho case was prosccutel by the
Ilumnne society and under tho
statute of fino nsiscssod goes into
tho soeioty fund.
It ih probable tin it ,t0 Timyor
will vcaifer wilh tho members ' of
the scrvico lionnl during tho noxt
feu days regarding the ordinance
needed to protect tho property in
tho city pinks. Tho fiorvico board
has expended a lnrgo amount of
monoy in fixing up the parks tand
aheady much diutmgo has been dono
by boys and jomig men,
It is planned to ask council to
pas's a number of strict ordinances
tlmt will bring about tljo desired
Attend the Lawn Feto and n.inrn hv
Peoples band at Schwlngor's pavilion
Wednesday nvonlng. 8-101t
DEATH OF IWFANT
Daughter of Chaa. Burroughs Dies
Tho Infant daughter ot Mr, Charles
Burroughs, .of !!oliimbus. tiiid nt
tho homo of her parents last night
of cholera Infantum. Tho lemalss
were brought to -this city this after
noon nnd taken to the resldonco of
Stephen Burroughs op Wood strcot.
Tho funeral services wII bo held to
morrow afternoon nt 1 30 o'clock,
Itov. C. i;. Rowley officiating. Bur
ial will tako placo at Marlon cemetery
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL '
Three Men Necessary to Care for
Josoph Soreno. tho Italian who has
been confined to tho c'ouufy Ihflrmarv
for sovoral weoks, was1 taken to thu
state hospital for tho Insane, today,
by Infirmary Superintendent Hurr ntid
Inflnliary Director Smith. The of
ficials will bring back a patlonU who
Is regardod as being almost complete
ly cured. Soicno has been violent
and It has boon necessary for tho
county to employ three men to care
for ul in.
Attond the Sacred Concert
At I ho n'ormap M. I-J, Ohllrph given
by tho Gorman M. H. oimhii iininh
Tuosday cvonine. Adraliwlon 25c,
.txii oi mis can po uvoiucu,
however, by tho use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
great liniment always prepares tho body for the 6train upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mothcr'5 Friend overcomes all tho
dangcrof child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully toll of tho benefit and relief derived from tho
use ot this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at $1.00 per
bottle. Our littlo
book, tclline nil about
this liniment, will be sent free.
Be Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, 81.
The Irish in Baseball.
PloUso glvo me," said the teacher, lis
she rubbed her tired ojos,
"Tho names of somo great Irish
men. my dears."
And when a hand waved fnihtlcally,
she noticed with surprlBo
Tho grimy paw was Jimmy Me-
Twas something now for .linimy to
be Interested wbon
A question was bcfoio the house,
"W'oil, .Tlmnilo," salit tho tcachor,
'nanto your famous Irishmen."
Ho proudly answered "Hcre'8 n fow
"McGinnlty and Hogan, Mike Kelloy,
Splko Shannon, Wild BUI Donovan
.McGIl! and Mclntyio, Tim Jordan
McCarthy, Dolan, Doolln and O'Bri
en. "Jlggs Donoliue, McBrlde, Waddell,
Tho Phlltlos' pride.
McFarland, .lawn McGraw and B.
.Maloncy, Grady, Ulfy. jck Sullivan,
Pat Flahcity, J. Htirloy, Kddle
'MeCormlck nnd McConnell, MtGlltl
McGlnley, MeNamaia nnd McGann.
Hugh Duffy nnd McMuckln, McIIalo,
O'Noll, MiQtiald, McManus and Me
llon!" "Why Jlmnilo!" cried tho teacher,
"just wait a moment, pleaso:
What did thoso folks you mention
Why Ih t that you didn't give mo any
names llko these
Tom Moore, Parndl and nobert
'Geo whiz!" exclaimed tho urchin,
"I never seen dem guys;
I numed do wnrmest mcmbciB In do
Do fellers you aro hosting for can't
bo so very wise
Doy must 'mo played In bomo bush
league. I guess!"
W. I- Kirk In New Yolk American.
AND THE UMPS
Itfght before us they aro standing,
and they stand theie every day.
Woikiug in juxtaposition through
the battle's vigorous fray
And .thoy 'talk, .they talk continuous
but wo know not what they
Tho Catcher and tho Umphe what
a pair of armored stars I
Working there before our optics
through tho changes of tho
What a .tide of conversation 'twixt
thi couple ebbs and Hows I
How they chatter and thoy aigdo
as tho batsman comes mud goes I
They havo something t0 declaim on.
but it's underneath the roso
The Catcher and -tho 'Uinpiio they
ure talking .thero all day
Jlut tho bubject of tho gabfest well
'that'H just what no one knows.
Mkiybu (lercu aud lurid challongo
patfei hot between the pair.
While the catcher tells tho umpire
things to simply ouil his hair
"Ball, you big stifflCut the middle I
Fine mo? fiats what do I
WJiily tho iuiiirc, keen to unswor
throjifens bench uiul layoir, tpo
And tho giowling much lesemblos
Toddy, lighting with a hoarl
Maybo dirt'et bluffs, of bloodshed niv
most shaiidy iutorchanged.
" Flathead, " "chesty minor leag
uer" lemon robber." "skull
"Worn (old you 'that you could
umpire f" "Aw. your mind is
Thus, pmvliance, are vocid blistors
handed hack md forth and Vlib,
Tliiw. purehaiice, aro singing scorch,
iugs by tho doou interchanged.
Or. pbrhatw, the eiitciior, grinning.
iji: "Old pu, upon my word
You nre looking like u winner -
tell mo, klddoi Iiiivq you hoard
Who cn'mp in fli-st in tho third rale
Yt? Oil. mol Wo'l) havo n
And ' bottle, suro, ithis Oveningl
Erory' woman corCts ft
shapely, pfetty figute, and
many of them deplore tho'
.loss of their (rirlish forms
after marriage. Tho bearing
of children is often destructive
I to tho mother's shapeliness.
Ml mmm mm ?M
Jr m MmjtmmmM.-
Will you, join met" And tho
Makes the date between tho in
"hools peaceable, but how ab
Or. it may he. says the umpire;
4I)id you tee that corking show'
At ifbo theater Flipflops? Meet uo
.at 8 p. m. Wo'll go.
And have front scats 01 tho first
Ilooi it's n hummer nothing
In tho chorus or tho singing" and
tlui catcher aiys, "Suro thing".
I'll bo there with bells on, Silko"
and tho curves zip to ind froT
.What a tide of conversation 'twixt
Jlns coifple ebb and flows!
tllow they dialter and they nrguo
iim the hatsuian i-omes nnd goc
l'lie.y have so'inething to declaim on
but it's underneath 'the roso
The Catcher and tho Umpiro thoy
nie talking there all dily
Hut the subject or tho gabfest
well, that's just what no ono
-AV.A. T'lieloii in Chicago Journal.
Piapo and Orrjan.
Miss Ada L. Bovvcn
Clt. Phono 1202.
622 H. Oolite Rt.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured
J;. Wagner, Wholesale Druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of Sciatic nhouraatlsm.
was laid up "almost two months; waa
ortunato enough to got M7stlc Curo
for Rheumatism. This cured mo
after doctor's prescriptions' had faHed
to navo any offoct. I havo also hoard
of flno results from othern who have
Sold by tho Dumblp Pharmacy,
)pp. Ke.T House,
Gently moves tlio bowels nnd at
tho samo tlrao stops tho couRh..
Beo's Laxatlvo Cough Syrup. Con
tains Honoy and Tar. No opiates.
Best for Coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Satisfaction' guar.
an teed. Children llko It. Mothers
Sold by Flockon Drug Stor,
- From Hard Work
The story that Mrs. B. E. Smith ol
222 Bird Ac., Buffalo, N. Y., tells of thi
complete lecovery of her niece from
a most deplorable condition of ex
treme weakness alid nervousness only
goes to prove the wonderful power thsl
uv. a. w ullage's Nerve Flllo hnvi
over nil neivous affections. So corrt
plete nnd full Is the statement of th
case nnd the splendid recovery that w
need only quote her own wordi Thli
lady says, ''My niece, a jfting lady oi
22 yeats or nge. wus In a deplorabli
condlllon from nervous exhaustion, th
result of liard general work, Her
general make-up was of the high strung
nervous kind the nppetlto was poor
The head ached conntuntly no raitat
night the heart action was very weak,
the slightest exertion bringing on pain
about the heart and palpitation, tihv
grew very weak and lout weight rapid
ly. 1 heard of the splendid work of Dr
A. W, Chase's Nervo Pills In ouch case
and piocured homp, and I am plensttd
to sqy IhQy ncted finely sho soon rest
ed easily nt night the headaches stop
ped sho -picked up In weight the np.
petite wus good, nnd, In fact, the chansi
on the whole wns most inniked p.nd
gratifying. As n consequence of tl?!l
splendid result 1 can conscientious!)
and heartily rciomnieud the medlelni
to othrs In 'similar ruses. R0c a hoi
at nil denier oi Dr A W. Chase Medi
cine Co., Huffnlo, N Y
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