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IHE CINCINNATI DAILY STAE, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1880.
AMUSEMENT WORLD, Attractions of the Closing Season Here and Elsewhere. Grand Opera Hons. MISS KKlLSON's INOAQKMEKT. MiM Adelaide Neilson, the charming English actress, opened at the Grand Opera house Tuesday night to a fine audience, the bill being "Cynibeline." The I'iece wag repeated Wednesday and Thursday nights to good houses, but not near so Hue as they would liave been had it not been for the Widows' Home Fair, which draws off the very class of people who appreciate such an artiit as Miss Neilson. Miss Neil sou is at her beat this time, both as to act ing and personal appe trance. She is un questionably one of the most charming art ists that grace the stage, and if she is really in earnest about retiring, her determina tion is to be sincerely regretted. Last eve ning she gave us "Twelfth Night," and her awing w,.s in all respects fully up to the high standard which i.er ability and energy da earned. The piece is familiar to the public only through her, and sue plays, therefore, against her own previous imper sonation. At the matinee this afternoon As You Like It" and to-night, last ap pearance, "Komeoand Juliet." COLVILLE's OPEUA BCKLKSO.CB COMPANY. This organization, pronounced by the management the largest and niostoomplete In the world, opens at the Grand on Mon day next It has always been a great favorite here, and a fine week's business may be expected. The engagement next week w ill be an important one, as it is a larewell visit, Mr. Oolville having de termined to retire at the .close of the pres ent season. Durinir the week seven differ ent burlesq'ies will be liven, as f Hows: Monday night, "Manio Slipper;" Tuesday niiiht, "II Trovatore;" Wednesday mati nee, "Mario Slipper;" Wednesday niht, 'Hnbes in the Wo d;" Tnursday night, 'Robinson Cruwm;" Friday night, "II T.ovat"re".and "Oxvgen;" Saturday maii nee, "Babes in the Woods;" Saturday night. 'Blue Beard;" SiiimIhv night, -'Bohemian Gy-i.rl" and "PiffPaff." The Company embraces some forty ar t sts among whom are the following: Miss Eme Roseau, Miss Ella (Jhapman, Miss Kate Everleigh, Miss Rose Leignton, Miss Frances Wright, Miss Carrie Mciienry, J'issAda Lee, Miss Annie Deac n, Miss lvsie Dean. .Miss Bessie Temple, Miss Louise Loring, Miss Emma Cerson, MissH. Hudson, Mr. Roland Reed, Mr. R. E. Gra ham, Mr. A. W. Miiflin, Mr. Ed. Chapman, Mr. H. Amberir. Mr. Louis De Smith, Mr. Thomas Adair. Mr. Horace Frail, Miss Alice Wright, Miss Theresa Lamborn, Miss Mathiiis Jones, Mr. J. W. Rosenquest. "the btiiatkqists" at thb brand. By a special arrangement "The Strate gists" will appear at the Grand Opera Louse to-morrow (Sunday) night. ' Pike's Opera-house. "thb stkatkuists." Mr. Clinton Hall and his superb comedy company in their new piece, "The Strat (tists," huve had fair houses this week. Both play and companyare unusually fine. If thev don't bring a laugh there is no lnui:li in the iiudieuce. "The Strategists" at the matinee this afternoon, and for the last time to-ii'ght, "oub girls" skxt wikk. Commencing Monday next we are to liave-forone week Mr. Henry J.Byron's beautiful comedy. "Our Girls." This is nroduced as a companion piece to "Our Bova." whic i was so immensely popular, end is said to be its equal in all respects. The "New York Herald says of the new piece: "The verdict of the public is that 'Our Girls' is one of the most charming comedies that has been produced here for several years. It does not deal with ex travagant phases of passion, pathos or humor, but it passes from grave to gay without an ettort, and while at one mment it may keep the audience bub bling over with 'laughter, the next moment it brings up tears, and so alternates gentle dashes of grief and gayety in ihe most approved comedy fashion." The company widen will produce it at Pike's is as fol lows: Miss Katharine Rogers, Miss Louise Muldener, Miss Blanche Mortimer, Miss Etta Farrar, Miss Lizzie Wallace, Mr. W. H. Lytell, Mr. J. A. Kennedy, Mr. W. H. Collings. Mr. Lewis Baker, Mr. H. C. Ken nedy and Mr. W. E. Chapman. COMIO OPERA BY THE UNITT CLUB. The Unity Club, which has become fa mous as the loading organization of its class in the city, and which always does tilings as they should be done, announces a comic opera, "! he uoctor or Alcantara, to be eiven at Pike's Opera-house on April 20th and 21st, Proceeds will be devoted to Woman's Church Association and the asso ciated charities. Henolt'i Opera Hesse. "OUB JAN DID ATI," By Richmond & Yon Boyle's Combina tion, has been the attraction this week and will appear to-night and to-morrow after noon and night for the last time this sea son. "OLIVER DOUD BYRON." Oliver Doud B ron returns to Henck's tlondav for one week, and will perform Ten Thousand Miles Away," a sequel to "Across the Continent," with thefollowing east: ACT L Joe Ferris, the Ferret Oliver Doud Byron rorn Goodsfln -..Arthur Reb.au lubn Adderlr, under the assumed name of Fieldi. Second Officer of the Honolula. p. B. 8. C Hary B. Hudson Johnny O'Dwyer, rough, touuh, but hon est Joe H. Banks Cautun Huliaer. of the Steamship Honolula Mr Radeliffe Richard fchaip. of the U. 8. 8. a. D 1. & Hunt teesar Augustus, the modern Thespii ................ .. John Pendv Clerk Thomas 8haw Bnorty, the Newsboy...- Jakey Burke Louise Ooodwu .. Miss Kate B ron pusie Lill s, Miss Goodwin's maid Kmily Stone Policeman Bailors, Apple Venders, Chinese, Male and Fe male Passengers. Scene 1 Moonlight view of San Francisco Bay. Cbe steamship Honolula at her dock. The em barkation by nght. Tne modern Thespis. Amer lean emigrants. Fields, the second officer. Sham, the detective. The commission. On the lookout for Joe. Knock-me-d wn Johnny and Susie as paMengen. Arrival of Joe. Johnny In a muss. 'Hear me holler." Louth er Kraut and his donkey "Taffy." Fun en the quarter-deck. CUaa. A. Gardner in his wonderful Teutonic Changes. Jpe H. Banks and his Cremona and "Hi-Wang-Wee ' John Pendy with bis side-splitting "Pretty Pol ly," and -'Do you know where nowhere is?" John C Leach, tha greatest impersonator of the Chinaman ia the world. "The tiltidf are out to day." The black Ingomar. Signals from the shore. Fields alert. A close shave. Moonlight merry snaking. Tbe Ferret's history. The omen. A ' discovery. The face in the moonlight Leap yaw. Louise determined. Tbe 110.000 robbery, iitsie moonstruck. Johnny in the Ferret's skin. The Han Francisco Bulletin. Ferris and O'Dwyer tbe eoppoted thieves. Adderly's fiendish plot. Johnny overboard. Joe to the rescue. The accu sation. The dumb witness. Bharp, tbe detective. 'Ine proof. Ferret at bay. "Away with them bnin to the hi4 1." Tbe stiuggle for liberty. The ferret and Johnny in lrona Animated tableau. Act ii-County Prison, Australia. "Colonel Adderly a visitor. Poor 55. A row among the convicts, Knock-me-down Johnny. Cat-nin tea. 101. A cure for the toothache, Tbe bill of 'air. The fate-ot &&, "No need of a grave." The aw ful exchange. Johnny an undertaker. Grand mechanic 1 change. The receding turret. The prison-yard. The grid ron. Jack in the box. "Bismarck, pot up your fins." Tbe alarm bel.. The hana-io-hand fight, Shot from the sentry. The ferret's devotion. Tha escape. Struck by lightning. Startling tableau. Act III Moaslawn Park tnd Villa-Midsummer. Tha birthday costume party. Juliet and Ray Gomes. Sir Peter an unwilling horse. ilenhMophiles. Lamb under difficulties. "Sup per's h'on the table." Louisb at last. Lamb snows the cold shoulder. The fusritive. The ferret broken down at last. Johuuy and the bl nde. High living. Lamb gels the wool over his eves. Joe and Little lAm. The Good Samar. itan. The blessing. "He's a Jolly good fellow." The face in tbe locket Tho pledge. "I forbid that toast" The arrest Tom to the rescue. Johnny turns uo Jack. Exciting revelation. "And the convict dress well Di li s the man." Act 1 V The in ill and farm. t rarauuuta. i no thrlltv wife. Bushrangers. Layine for orovrs. A fall In flour. Cresar in arms. Embracing n opportunity. "I spy." Diggers looking tor job. Grace and Snitfire, The blush. Coar locked up. Tom's piscatorial adventure Under two flags. An avowal. "lpy." joeamonie. jiie Ameri can nmil coach. A grand secret A big brother. Johnny following suit ".strawberries, ye've lost yer taste." Another couple. JBUcawaeav ae and 'lasses. Oh, dig my grave deep and wide, Fo' dar's g'wan to be trouble fo' to lay inside." Ctesar and the kangaroos. Run to earth. Blood for sold. The oath. Across thu threshold. Beg ging for life. "Ferris, for Heaven's sake, mercy. Joe's Clemency. The avengers scent the trail, adderly's last shot A wrong made right Thrill ing tableau auu nappy uenouemeui. Vine-Street Opera-House. The bill this week at the Vine-street Opera-hous'e, the only variety theater in the city, is a great one and worm seeing. Retlaw and Alton, gymnasts; Virginia Ross, vocalist; Forrest and Bennett, skip ping-rope dancers, and Unas. Lord remain next week, uud aramg the new people to open Mon lay nignt are tne lonowing: Maurice and Ryan, Irish comedians; t ogin Brothers, Kings of Africa; Jacob R. Riley, ihe renowned iutigler; Jennie Adams, serio comic, and Tommy Adams, comedian. The show next week is to conclude with the laughable act, "Fun in the Fog," by the who e comnanv. .Matinees Saturday, Sunday and Wednes day. Musloal and TJramatio Votes. Frank Roche is said to have utterly gonp to pieces in Canada. Edwin Booth's repertoire consists of twenty-five standard parts. The profits of Mary Anderson's present season will approximate ho.ww. The Rice Surprise Party are playing a three-weeks enuagement in Boston. "As of Yore" is the title of a new play written bv Piercy Wilson, the journalist, in San Francisco. Louis James and wife (Marie Wain- wright) will probably take out a company of their own next season. '"Twixt Love and Duty" is the name of a new play written for John E. Owens by Dr. Callaghan of San Francisco. There are eight companies ot importance travelinu through Texas, and of that num ber Haverly's Juvenile "Pinafore" Com pany is playing to the best business. The Mirror this week publishes a por trait of Una lettenborn, and we inter from its appearance tnat she has been suf fering with the tooth but never mind. The Weathersby-Goodwin Froliques opened af. Haverly's Theaier, Chicago, on Moiida night of this week to $1,600. This is a tremendous business for five people. W. E. Sheridan's share at the Philadel phia Chestnut last week was M,iS5. This sterling actor will probably play two weeks at the Chestnut next season, with choice uf da es. Miss Emma C. Thnrsby, whose return to New York has alr-ady been mentioned, has heen engaged to sing with Mr. Theodore Thomas' orchestra at Mr. Levine's concert, Anril 12th, at Steinway Hall, New York City. Next week Lillie Eldridge will replace Gussie De Forest as leading lady of the Frederick Paulding Combination. This party is now in the Northwest. N. Y. Mirror. Wonder what will become of G ussier1 John McCullough played through Mis souri and Kansas last week with great suc cess. The receipts at Kansas City for two nights were a trifle less tnan $2,500, the most money ever taken in that town for two performances. W. R. Hayden, the St Louis theatrical agent and manager, has Tom Keene under contract I r next season, ana will star turn through the country. The latter announces his intention of making a special study of "Richard 111," and Mr. llayden thinks he has secured the "coming man." THE OLIO. The Hayles leave for Louisville to-night, where they open Monday. Tony Pastor opens his traveling season at tbe'Philadelphia Walnut on Monday. Tim Rogers is still in tne city, but goes to Detroit where he It Dooked to open Monday. W. H. Eagan, late stage manager at the Vine-street Opera-house, retires this week and is open for an engagement. Frank Cushman of the Mastodons has bought his mother a bouse and lot Frank is in every way an exemplary minstrel. Hayden Tilla, the tenor, whose last ap pearance here was with the Adah Rich mond party, has joined the San Francisco Minstrels. Ninon Duclos is organizing another bur lesque company. She has certainly had great experience in organizing burlesque companies. Harry G. Graham, formerly . advance agent for the "Alvin Joslin" party, is in the city in advance of Oliver Doud Byron. He's a clever boy. Fannie Beane and Cbarles Gilday travel with Tcny Pastor. They are among the neatest of the neat in the sketch business. although they didn't show it particularly when nere with tne "atnnnaers. The following performers close at the Vine-street to-morrow night: Charles Banks goes to New York; Julietta Bianca to Louisville, and Ada Alt and Mile. Maria, the female wrestlers, to the Coli seum, Detroit A letter from Manager Joe Ward, who run the National Theater, this city, for a short while, and took tbe Fachon Folly Company out, brings the intelligence that Elfie DeRock, after a few weeks of marriage blessedness, bas left -tier husband, Gus. Warren, and also left bis company last week in Toledo. Mr. Ward, since leaving here, bas been making the "needful" and paicl bis people, besides putting a little away. , Kit Clarke, manager of the Rentz Com pany, was in New York this week, closing summer dates for bis troupe, winch has been very successful on tbe road this sea son. Its roster bas been enlarged by tbe addition of Edith Lytle, character vo calist: Carrie Lewis, serio-comic: Masr ter Willie Hummel, cornet soloist, and Cbarles Glidden, banjolst Eben F, Lind- sey, leader of tbe Kent Orchestra, and Alio WethereL violinist and oornetiat were married at gaugertiM on' tbe 21th. (.Mirror. SPORTING SPARKS. First Local Game to,le Played at the Cincinnati Ball Park To morrow Between the Buckeyes and Wal nut Hills. The Cincinnati Stars all Here and to Open the Season Next Sat urday With a Strong Picked Nine. . Baseball Bits, Sculling- Squibs, Turf Topics, Personals, Pedes rian- ism, and Minor MLscella ' neous Mention. Sase Ball, The Albanys may come West this month. Ross Barnes is in Kansas City on busi ness. The Boston nine all renortcd for duty this week. Wonder who will be tbe Enquirer's pet this year? Joe Gerhardt, "Move np Joe," Is with the Nationals. Mahn and Harry Wright have dissolved partnership in madufactiuing bUs. Vice President P. Menderson did not miss seeing a single game last season. White, "Little Willie," still wears those specs and goes to Sunday-school. Good boy. The indications are that Kansas City will be represented this season in the North western League. In the bright lexicon of youth it ia more important to know how to pitch a base ball than to pitch a ship. Clapp weighed 204 pounds, ulster and all, whenJie came here, but has since shed tbe ulstefTtnd weighs 198 now. Mark Wallace, genial Mark, is the head of the Sunday nine this year, and we wish him all the success a square man deserves. Hawley's book store on Vine street comes to the front this season with a fine assort ment of base ball goods and sporting pa pers. B. Simpkins is ground-keeper at the Star Bill Park this season, vice John Schwab, who now holds the position of night watch man. President Justus Thqrner is out on the road, but will be home tbe latter part of next week in time to witness tbe first game the Stars play. Al. Jenninss and "Spike" Brady have been remarwablv quiet of late, and we more than suspect they have got hold of the game of fitteen. The members of the Worcester nine, now in New Orleans, leave that city for the East to-morrow. The Worcesters play in New Haven next Wednesday. George McManus, formerly manager of the St. Louis Browns, is now Treasurer of the Grand Opera House in that city, and will take a DMient on tbe ziih insc The Dubuques have adopted a uniform dress-suit of regulation navy blue. Their held uniform will be similar to that worn by the Providence Grays last season. Of the ten players belonging to the Cin cinnati Stars only three are married, name ly: Will White, Clapp and Andy Leonard. This may be taken as a hint by tbe girls. Eden, of last year's Clevelands, is the latest addition to the Dubuque, Iowa Club. This nine will play two games this month at home with the Nationals, of Washing ton. The Bostons will open the championship se:ison witii the following batting order: Jones, James O'Rourke, John O'Rourke, Brown, Morrill, Foley, Burdock, Bond, Sutton. The red, blue and green cars on Fourth street run to the Cincinnati Bali Park. The latter line goes direct to the gate, while the others run within three squares of the grounds. Make a note ot this. Since the withdrawal of Richmond from the Brown University nine, to accept a position in tbe Worcesters, it is said that Yale has concluded to enter tne intercol legiate Association and compete for the col' lege championship. , The Stars play their first game this sea son at the Cincinnati Ball Park, with a nicked nine, one week from to-day. Week after next they play three games on Wed nesday, Thursday and Saturday, with the Nationals, of Washington. The Baltimore people are still figuring but have not yet organized a nine. They have picked up a team and played two or tin ee local games this week. The players in the Baltimore uiuo were: ueaslev, c. : Daiiey. p : Myers, 1st b.; bin i ley, 2d b. Richmond, Sd b.; Say, s. s.: Birchnall, 1. ; Dickerson, c t ; and Evans, r. f. Mrs. Sallie Van Pelt the local editor of tbe Dubuque Tunes, is also the base ball editor of that journal. Last year she re ported over sixty games. She is the only lady in the United States who understands every point of the game and is able to re port them. Hue is also considered the Best authority in Dubuque on the National games. . Mason and the other Philadelphia play ers who were spoken of as likely to play in Adrian, Mich., have given up the no tion, and Foley, tormerly nl tne Ulncin natis, will undertake the niamtgement of tbe club at that place. The Chicago! are to open the grounds at Adrian on April 29th, -on the evening of which date the local club will give a grand ball in honor of their guests. Thi Fibst Game or ths Srasow to be Plated To-Moebow. To-morrow afternoon tbe first game of base ball of the season will be played at the Cincinnati Hall rartc, between the Buckeyes, formerly the Stars, and the Walnut Hills, formerly tbe Sham rocks, two clubs that distinguished them selves last season as amateur nines, and a rattline good game is looked forward to. The admission Will be only twenty-five cents, and the game will be called at 2:30 o'clock. Besides witnessing a game oi ball this affords our citizens a splendid oppor tunity to view tbe new grounds, amphithe atres. c whicn are among tne nnest in tbe country and will calculate to make our hearts swell with pride. Both clubs to participate in to-morrow's game, bave been practising and are in good condition for tbelun be lore them, rue ijucseyes win comprise the following players, all well Known: Geo. Miller, catcner; bcnumara. pitcher; Burkane, first base; Summers, sec ond base; Booth, tb'.rri hiu Rninmliin short stop; Wheeler, left field; Burkalow, center field; Maloy, right field. Tbe Wtl Hills' nine will be made np from tbe fol lowing good autexiaii Reardjn, catcher; Reorder, pitcher; Cartwell,. first base; Byrne, short siop; Steiglemati, third base; Weiruan, Shallix, Kay lor and Hickey. Thi Cinoirhati 8tai. The Cincinnati ball tossers are all here, and they look like stars of the profession, every one of them. The beginning of their contract set in Thursday, and all the men were on tbe grounds on tnat afternoon with the exception of Cbaa. Reilly, who ar rived in town yesterday. Saw Wright and Manning got here from New Orleans Thurs day morning, and notwithstanding the fact they had just made a long trip, both donned their uniforms and stepped out in the field the same afternoon to have a share of the fun witb the ball Sam did tome really, beautiful work on short and astonished the bov i by making some miraculous a ops and eatching high fiys. He will prove a giant among short-stops this season. Leonard and Manning are also in tine condition, having done oon-iderable work with Sam in New Orleans previous to 0 lining here, Clapp is getting himself down to his fig t ing weight one hundred and seventy pounds and will ca en Will White to per fection. The latter didn't ' catch ou" to the grounders Thursday in a. very becom ing manner. That makes no difference; he never could hold on to a i ail, but that makes no difference. His business is to pitch, and we all know how well he can fill that position. Smith, Purcell and Carpen ter promise well, and Riley, -of last year's Stars, may pan outbetier tnan expected. The Stars are on the field every duy prac ticing, and will piay their first game next Saturday with a strong picked nine, vtbtn we will criticise them more closely. Sculling Squibs. Boat racing and horse racing are matters of course. One of Al. Banks' lady admirers "took him in" beautifully Ttiursday. John Barber, the Newport boat builder, is overrun with work. He's a good one and the people know it Sleek, Weeks & Co. shipped a boat away this week. In our blandest manner we re quest these gentlemen to keep us posted. George Faulkner, the noted Boston pro fessional oarsman, is now engaged in making oars for the amateurs of Hartford University. The club cap hereafter worn by the mem bers of the New York Yacht Club will be the same as that worn by midshipmen in the British Navy. The freshmen of Brown University, Prov idence, R. I., have challenged the sopho mores to row a race on the Seekonk River some time in May. John Barber let a sixteen foot model boat off the stocks the other day which he built forC. H. Bennett, the cmcker haker on Court street It is after the style of the Angler and is very light Barber put a half model on the stocks the same day. To tho Editor of the Stan Please inform us who the members of tbe Cincinnati Boating Club are. Want to Know. Couldn't do it This Club conduct their affairs in a very quiet manner, and we don't even know whether tney are still in existence or not Ed. Stab. Tbe New Orleans reaatta, under the aus pices of the Bi. John Rowini; Club, takes place the 2d and 3d of July. The following clubs have thus far signified their inten tions to visit that city; Shoe-wae-cae-mettes, Hillsdales, Mutual of Albany, Mo docs of St L nis, and probably two clubs from Charleston. Our own enterprising (?) Cincinnati Boating Club is not announced among tbe entries. Thb Nkw Orlkans Regatta. Earnest efforts are being made by the governing committee to insure the success of the amateur regatta to be held at New Orleans. La., June 2d and 3d under the auspices of the St John Rowing Club. Two races will be held each day. the distance in nil the races to be a mile and a half,!strainhta av, The sum of $1,000 mill be expended for prizes, which will consist of medals for each winning oarsman, and silver plate for the winners of the four-oared shell race Entries will close May 29th at 7 p m., and must be made to George Denegre, Secre tary. The method of starting races at the meet ings held atuxford and Cambridge Univer si ties, England, has at last been changed from bv word-of-mouth to pistol-fire, Ox ford adopting the improvement March 6th, and Cambridge two davs later. Tbe fast times heretofore claimed for collegians, in consequence of the old style of starting. were regarded with suspicion, or natly de nied, by the London sporting press, and UUW UUU Ul UIB UlOb r-DUIH Ul WiO UUUUKe. Is the making of even time bv Lucas in tbe "hundred," which, goes unquestioned. It is probably unfortunate for Portal that tbe 1 . .V.a ( . V. 1 alteration was not made a year earner. Turf Talk. Clairmont lias been sold by Thomas Corr to W. 0. Brown, the price paid being $3,500. New York City bas a fast trotter named 'Ice Cream," but there's nothing in a name or the horse either. Kemball is a hot favorite for the Ken tucky Derby, Luke Blackburn Bowling Green ana r onso being next in lavor. Tbe Prince of Wales is credited this season with manifesting the greatest inter est in horses. We presume that he wishes to form a.stable government The Monmouth fark ass elation an nounce that July 3, 5, 8 and 10 will be the dates of the hrst and August 14. 17, 19 and 21 of the second summer meeting at Long Branca, ti. J. The St Louis Jockey Club, agreeable to previous statements, bave made formal an nouncement of the extra stake, to be run for on June 14th, the last day of the spring meeting. It is called the "Citizens Plate, a sweepstakes for ail ages, of $50 each, half forfeit with a solid silver plate, valued at $500, and $1,200 added bv the citizens of St Louis: second to receive $300, and third $100 out of tbe stakes; a dash of a mile and a furlong, to close April 2Sth. CoL Ira E. Bride conducts tbe pool-eell ing at tn nevr uneans races. Sale ov Trottino Stock. A combination sale of trotting horses belonging to differ ent parties was held by Mr. Kellogg at the American institute buuuing, this cit March 23d, 24th. Ninety-one animals were comprised in the lot and the total sum re alized was $35,705, being an average of over $392 per head. The higher prices obtained were: Voltaire, by Tattler, dam Young Portia, sold to John W. Conly, Chicago, for $5,200; Judge Fullerton, by Ed. Ward Everett, sold to Arthur Gillender. Ne York, $3,000; Amy, by Volunteer, dam Belle Brandon, to Charles Carleton, Chica go, $2,600; Maggie Duroo, by Messenger Duroc, dam Tempest, to Arthur Gillender, $1,275; Susie, by Hanishire Boy, dam by Wildair, in foal by Voltaire, to G. Hopkins, Fiatbusn, u ju, 'Xisoellaneoui. Scbaefer and Sexton are to play for the "champion's game" emblem on April 224 George Gnyon bas been matched to walk 220 miles in 50 nours. at Jamestown, H. x, !. 1 -.it . Is Dalv afraid tS meet Gallagher at th champion's game? Unless be respond to the latter's challenge it will look that way. Tart. Field and Farm. Bertha Yon Hlllern now appears before the public as defendant in a suit for di vorce brought by ber husband, D. C Bart lett, of Richland, Oswego County, N. Y. G. W. Waller announces that be will un dertake to bear tbe best time on record for six days in a biovcle tourney, at Newcastle, England, for which he offers prizes, but in which be will not appear as a contestant The announcement, over bis own signa ture, that Torn Allen contemplates return ing to America in a few months, ia calcu lated to create considerable of a stir in ring oircles, and his arrival may give a still greater boom to fistic matters than they n ave yet received. Bicycles promise 16 come into as common and popular uie in Chioago as they have East A number of business men living in the suburbs are using them in preference to their horse, and a bicycle club of over twenty members is well attended once a week, is out of debt and has money in the treasury. Henry Leussing, a young man residing n C'iiicinuiiti, O., is stated to- bave lifted, ithout harness, 1,351 pounds atthe Young Men's Gymnasium, that city, March 22. About thirtv-six persons witnessed the feat, and it is stated tnat the weights were afterwards neighed and found to foot up as aoove. Clipper. Denver (Cor. Jockey Ciub, The spring running meeting of this ciub will be held .May otu to ztkb. The races will take place upon each of the first three davs, and on the la-t three davs there will be four; the premiums eggregatim: $5,000. The officers f the cliiD ure: President Hon. J. N. L af file: Seoretarv, W. R. Thomas; Treasurer, A. B. Miller; Manager, Clifton Belt Wrestling is no longer one of the l st arts. We have not only improved upon the mod us operandi of tbe ancient gladiu- rs, but we have got tne science uiwii to icIi a fine point that square back falls are out of the contention. It is now a ques tion of alleged endurance and the prob.i- power to stay. "Great trials of strength" in wrestling run from one duy nto another, with honors eusv between man and man. We are certainly making rapid strides in athletic performances. Increase of Kidney Diseases. Recently published "Vital Statistics" re veal an alarming increase in the dangerous forms of Kidney Dfease, caused no doubt by tho viciousness of modern living, and the excessive use of beer and other stimu lants. All k dney disorders are dangerous, from their tendenoy to run hito Bright's Disease. The true cure for all kidney, bladder, liver, and urinary complaints is Hunt's Remedy, the Great Kidney and iver Medicine. It has cured even Bright s Disease, and all who suffer should give it a trial. Sold by all druggists. Trial size, 75c Nenrll curea Nenralsria lnstantlv. New size liflfi Bold by John O. Park & Bon. and all druggists. Kidnev-Wnrt is nature's remedy for Kid ney and Liver diseuses, Piles and Conslipa- PROCLAMATION. Mayor's Optics, Crrr of Cincinmati, UttCINNiTI, April 2, 1880. To Keepers of Saloons, Hotels, Restau rants, Grocers, and all places where Liquor Is Retailed: An Act of the Legislature, Passed March 10, 1865. and now in force, makes it unlawful to keep open any place on days of election where liquor Is retailed. You are hereby notified that any in fringement of this Act at the ensuing elections will be vigorously prosecuted, and it is (lie duty of all policemen to promptly arrest offenders. The law referred to Is published below, and your attention is respectfully directed to It, and It Is hoped that all law-abiding citizeus will cheer' fully conform to it Given under my hand and the corporate seal of aid city, this 2d day ot April. A D. 1880 tSEAI.1 CHA3. JACOB, Jr., Mayor. Page 624, Chapter 473, Ohio Statutes. AN ACT to Suppress the Sale of Spirituous Liquors within this State upon the days of Election. Passed March 10, 1864. IN FORCE. Section L Be it enacted, etc., That it shall be unlawful for any person within this State to sell, barter or give away any spirituous vinous or malt liquors on the day of sny election held within this State under the constitution or laws thereof end it Is hereby mnde the duty of each and all pet sons who are authorized under or by the laws of this State, or the municipal regulations of any city, town or vUlage of this Btate, to sell or barter any spirituous, vinous or malt liquors, to close their respective establishments on those days. Any"person offending against tha provisions of this Act shall be fined in any sum not less than Five nor more than One Hundred Dot lara, and be Imprlasned lu the Couu IT J nil for a period not exceeding Ten Dayi for each offense so committed; and It shall be the duty of , all Mayors ot cities and in corpo rated villains within this State, on the days of election as aforesaid, to Issue a proclamation warn ng the inhabitants of such city or village of the provisions of this Act, and that all violations of the same will subject tbe offender to prompt and speedy punishment, and requiring Marshals and police officers, under their respective Jurisdictions, to close all houses found violating the provisions of this Act, and to report forthwith all violations thereof to such Mayors, T2 2t MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES. SUPPLIES. Belting and Packing, Brass Goods, Pipe Fittings, Boss and Pumps, Iron Pipe, Steam Ganges, Water Qangea, Babbitt Metal, Valves, Cocks and Connections, Pipe Tonga, files and Taps, Flue Brushes, Boiler Trimmings, &&, Ac T. J. NOTTINGHAM It CO. SIS tr. Secern St., CiMCiMatl. MayorsProfilamation POND'S EXTRACT. EXTRACT theGreat V egetabie Pin Destroyer andspeclfle for Induia mmioua, llemorrh.iges, Wounds, C n t s. Bruises, Barns, Sprains. Ac. Slop ping the flow of blood, re lieving nt once pain, sub aninir inflammation, heal ing aud curing dl-ase so rapidly as to excite woo der.admintion, gmtl ml. L fo rapidly s to excite woo- endorse, recommend and prescrihn it. It wi.l cure Kheumat iem, Catarrh, MPiirsigta, A il li mil. I.nmlxco. Sure Throat Diarluea, Heiutachc, DvKutcry, Toothach" Broken Breast, Earner Boils A boron, ilo, And stnpsllIlKmnrrhafjes from 111 Noe, Stomach tr Lun. hysicians Destroyed! Immediately relieren ptin In any place, where itcau bu applied iuJ moialltf n...-,nP....t) V... cats brnlse-t, sprains, Ac. M it is the very best remedy 3 known: arresting the 1 Dleedlng at ouce, reducing the welling ind inflau. maifon, stepping the puin and henllnu tlio injury in a wonderful minncr. Vegetable. It I j harmless in any case no uattcr bow npplittl or taken. Li never xid In bulk, but only in onr bottles with " Foad's Extract" blown in the glass anrt our trade-marlc on outside buff wrapper. Beitarao,' initiation. Try it and yon will never be without it a finirle day. Sold by all DrupglKts. URELY 3ITTERS. - - i - (Made iVotu Mexican Herbs). CURES Female Complaints. CTJKI 8 Kidney Complaints, : CUBES Liver Complaints. CUBES Bowel Af lections. CUBES Luna Affections. ' CUBES IVervoue Affections. CUBES Blood IVi k rates. John Keeshan, Prueaist, General Ag't, corner Sixth aud Waliiat streets, Cinu.n natl, Ohio. ACME BLACKINOr. The Only MEDAL for Blacking AWAEDED AT THE CINCINNATI EXPOSITION. WAS GIVEN TO 1 WOLFF'S acme blacking; It carries the Prize wherever it is) shown. It is the 'Slackest, Glossiest, Softest and most durable of all Blackings. Snow can not penetrate it or dim its polish. GUARANTEED to protect and pre serve the Leather. For Sale by all Dealers, and Wholesale and Retail at '21 AKUALIK. MEDICAL. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE i km ZNQIJGa ElmSST An VBfaiiitiff cur fur Steuinat W&k ess.3 permntorrheiV Inpoterte?. uti sll LiMMi thavt follow MateqiiflaM of Abu M Lom of Msasr. taivanu I,Uift,fIf. Pln it k Hauik. Iiranaa Before Tsktag'Sra Aftsr Taking nan? wiu.r uiaeu.. boa. ih. w .... j t n) Premtnr 6rTe. ..... , . . FT Pull irtll"l nr M.t, wMoh we Mlra t leu. frM by si.il u ever? on. l"Th. Specific Mdicm. .j.ul bv fclldrufFllu acvi.foperpteiiFe.oT.ixpacKMra for St or will to Mat frt by niul oa receipt ( th awaaftk kyaMrusiar. . IHE mini HIKUivinc Urn. IS MtchuiM' BlMk. PSTSOl M "1 Sold In Cincinnati byGrav ACo..O. A. Hell. man, John Keeshan, . D. Park A Sons, Whole sale Agents. , v - "ga SAMARITAN'S GIFT. SAMARITAN'S GIFT ! The only positive cure. No Balsam Co pabia; no Mercury; no exposure; used ia in the U. 8. Hospitals: " Post Hospital, Fobt Marshall, 1 "Baltimore, Md' Feb. 20th, 1864. " I hare great satisfaction in stating tnat (have used 'The Samaritan Remedies' for venereal diseases in its most customary forms; that I have used them with judg ment, discretion and properly, and bave found them respond to my anticipations promptly and effectually. Knowing; their composition, I have the fullest confidence in their efficacy, and as far as my use of them extends I recommend them strongly; "ALFRED 0. BOWER, "Asst. Surgeon, 6th N. Y. Vols." Many who are drugged by the quack foi months could be cured in from two to tout days by one package of Samaritan's Gift, Male package $2, female $4. Sold by ERN31 . WILKEUT, Fourth and Walnut, and bj druggist . i. H:l f Era u Heroaline Bitters, ; TUB GREAT MEXICAN REMEDY), ' mm &wM f a