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Good Pittsburg Talent in Scien tist' Exhibitions, Last Night, Uu-ior the Auspices of the Ozark Club of Ber.wood—The Local Base Ball Situation — Bowling News and Notes—Corbett Publishes a Card to Fitzsimmons.—Races, and O her Local and Telegraphic Sport. The opening entertainment of (he Ozark Athletic Club, of Ben wood, was more successful from a scientific than from a financial standpoint. There was a fair sized crowd present, how e\cr. and the different friendly bouts were warmly applauded. The contests «i' • ft,;' points, and the audience did not expect any of the boxers to be put to sleep. Nevertheless, there was a . umplitint that the contests were tame. Tin work of the principals was lively, and the interest of the spectators was not suffered to lag. There was some misunderstanding concerning t lie bout between Charley (>oh of this city, and "Cyclone” Sweeney, of Itenwood, which resulted in its being declared off. The first pre liminary was between Eddie Horan, i e i hampion 115 pound amateur, and Mciveecter. of Pittsburg, who fights at l_T pounds. The two men were fairly v,.11 matched, and mixed things in an ! interesting manner for four rounds, at ihe oral of which time, “Jimmy” Row- ( an. win* officiated as reroree. utiiai.u ; the contest a draw. The decision gave geimral satisfaction. The next "go” had John Parry of Homestead, and James Othello of Pitts- i In‘iv. for the principals. Parry, who has fought several battles before the Metropolitan Athletic Club, was a de cided favorite. Othello is the little col ore.1 fellow who trained Jerry Marshall for hi> tight with Parry. This was also ,i fi i« ndly bout of four rounds. Both ! men handled themselves cleverly, and it was a case of give and take, with a light advantage tor Parry. This was also declared a draw. l lte principal card was a six-round •go" between John Finnegan and Mike j Lewis, both of Pittsburg. These men have met before, to the advantage of Lewis. The eontest last night was merely for points, and was as pretty j an exhibition of science as is often wit- ; nessed inside a roped ring. The men , were well matched in weight, as well as in ability. Both were applauded when they stepped out on the platform. Tin first four rounds was very inter esting. the men landing frequently, ducking cleverly, and handling thom selv s like veterans of the prize ring. It was a ease of give and take... with honors divided. In Be fourth and fifth round Lewis showed tip a little better than Ids opponent, but Finnegan re deemed himself in the final round. This contest gave general satisfaction, as did the decision of the referee, de claring it a draw. The managers of the affair pulled off the different bouts promptly, and con ducted the entertainment in a proper and orderly manner. There was about a dozen Pittsburgers and Homestead ers. friends of the boxers, in the aud ience. The p resenee of Finnnegan nat ure llv created a discussion of the re cent efforts to match him against “Cy i» nee. The presence of Finnegan nat a willingness to make a match, but in sisted that he could not train below 157 pound: . Finnegan will probably make a match with Doe Payne, of Cleveland, who got two decisions over him. getting; in sii \pe. (iliislcofk'»'Vooi|pii \rm is Coming Around Nicely. W hen “Jack" (Jlasseock goes out on the diamond at the umpire's call of ••piny bill." the knowing ones who have placed him in the has-been list, will he treated to a genuine surprise party. Mack" has been working at the gym nasium for several days, and plays two BR IS-ELS CARETS G. MENDEL & CO. m ke room for our New Spring ve placed on sale Brussels i last seas m. i ho issods ,i‘ yards of excellent Can pots from •s of last seas >nTs Carpets wdl suit you >. as well as the new ones. Come ami see. •ijeiow. Powell, hart tor J aid a!! Best Grade Body Brussels. Regular Price $1,30, Reduced to K ! ur>, Stinson's, Smith’s and all Best Grade Tapestry Brussels. Regular Price 00. Reduced to C. Oc. irpets selected now will nr room or hail. b > sewe l m l store l until wanted. If possible, bring size ? 1aL HITE ** ^ ^ » */%**■«,* ♦ __ cccc-~» .>c^o»»«i».^i i or three games of hand ball every after noon. That arm. about which so much has been said and written, is coming around nicely, and “Jack” will earn the paltry $230 a month which he will get from Comiskey. Anent "Jack's” recent troubles, an exchange remarks: "On the day that Jack Glasscock gets *nv the worst of it from a cheap club manager, overcoats will be worn low— almost to the heels: earmuffs will be at a premium: the ice man will have trad ed his iiooks for a snow shovel; the plumber will be grinning great grins; the coal dealer will be figuring on that new brick block, while the mercury will be knocking over fruit jars down in the cellar. The day will be cold, indeed. “Honest John appears to have gone up against a game in the Western league, which is not to his liking, and he h«- declared himself. The great shovtstop from Wheeling, whose smil ing face is familiar to every newsboy and base ball fan in any city where base ball is known, is out of a job at present, owing to a little mixture be tween Columbus, 0.. and St. Paul. Minn., both in the Western league. He has a standing offer from St. Paul, which he refuses to accept unless Charles Comiskey, the once famous Na tional league and American association manager, now with St. Paul, raises his offer $50 per month.” BASE ItALI. SITUATION. Grounds Cun he Secured —Mr. McKee Will be Down. Mr. Charles I. McKee, owner of the ! Wheeling franchise in the Inter-State i league, was expected in the city vester- j day, but for some reason did not come, j He sent a telegram to a friend here stat ing that he would be down on Sunday, and later a telegram was received at the Register office stating that he left on the noon train. If he boarded the noon train, he must have been side tracked somewhere. It now appears highly probable that the ground question will be solved. The Register yesterday suggested a location, for which a deal may be closed at once. In response to the invitation in the Register for suggestions per taining to the ground question, one “fan" yesterday mentioned the bridge park; another the vacant property above that park, where the fireworks display was given several years ago; and the third another location north of the State Fair Grounds. All these properties are on the Island, and any , one would make an excellent park. The general expressions of regret concerning the failure of the manage ment of the local club to secure a site j for a park, is strong proof of the de sire for professional base ball this sea- 1 son, and augurs well for the patronafe. i SUMMIIK LEACIK I Of llowline ('Inhn f«> hr OrKanhed by tho Mozart Park Aasoriatiou. The Mozart Park Association announces that it is their intention to organize a sum mer months. All games to he rolled on the first of May and continue during the sum mer months. All games to he rolld on th<( park alleys, which, before the season opens will he put in tirst-class shape hy re-lev eling and the side hoards attached as is customary according to the new rules. The league will consist of ten or twelve clubs and both individual and team prizes will be offered to make the contests spirit ed. Several clubs already have signified their intention to en ter, and several of the crack bowlers will be in the tournament. All clubs wishing to enter should notify Mr. W. C. Handlan, Jr., secretary of the Mo zart Park Association as soon as possible. POMPADOUK JIM Writes i» Card to lanky ltol>. In Which Fie Claims the Championship, and Says Some O' her Things. Flint, Mich., February 29.—James J. Corbett last night sent the following: To Robert Fitzsimmons: When 1 retired from the ring it was with the distinct understanding that if the championship was won by a for eigner I should reclaim it. I hereby re claim the title, and as you also claim It. wish to direct your attention to the fact that I have deposited one thousand dollars with Will J. Davis, of Chicago, for a match with you. Please cover it at once, and by so doing show that you are not again avoiding a fight with me, as you did at Hot Springs. I will glad ly meet you before any reputable club in this country or any other that can guarantee a fistic meeting between us, for as much money as you can raise, or for a purse alone, immediately, or in any reasonable time; but in any event, you must deposit a sufficient monetary guarantee to insure your appearance in the ring at the time agreed on, I do ing likewise. Now let us have a meeting, and no more criminations or newspaper talk. Vou are the one man in the world that 1 especially desire to light, and I will meet you at any place you name to ar range for a match. If you really be lieve that you are my fistic equal, prove it by your fists and not by bombastic newspaper talk. JAMES J. CORBETT. Champion of the World. BASE BALL NOTES. “Tolly" Kano has affixed his signa ture to a contract to play this season in Petersburg. Va. If “Tolly” is in good shape he will keep all the Vir ginia hatters guessing. Mitchell, the scrappy catcher of last season's Titusville club, has signed with St. Joseph. Mo. McKcever, the Celeron short stop, will play short, with San Antonia, in the Texas league. Both were in the city yesterday. They came down from Pittsburg to attend the en tertainment cf the Ozark club in TJen wood. Richard Padden leaves April 1st. for Pittsburg, where he will begin training for the coming base ball season. The manager of the Pittsburg club has farmed him out to the Toronto team. ANOTHER RECORD. Another record gone! Smashed into smithereens. This time the credit is due Rickmyer, who holds the high in dividual score in a championship game^j The best previous string of 245. was made by Day. Rickmyer saw the 245 and went nine pins better, but even this phenomenal score did not win a victory for the Beabouts. A combina tion of hick and good playing won the three games for the Nameless team, which appears to have struck its old time pace. The scores follow: Nameless. 1st. 2d. 2d. Total Campbell.180 Wells .15f) Carenbauer .. .. 183 Handlan.205 Hall. 150 Bowlin.120 175 135 188 174 125 173 125 184 179 169 155 192 480 458 480 548 430 485 Total.957 Beabcut. 1st. Long .148 Wood .170 Bickinyer.168 920 2d. 148 148 25-9 984 2S61 3d. Total 1S5 481 137 455 J 114 5361 Nolte . Miller. Worls .... Totals.. .... 143 124 133 405 _ 118 121 118 357 .... 151 123 140 414 _ 903 891 940 264S STANDING OF CLUBS. The standing of the clubs in the South Side Bowling League up to date is as follows: Names. Won. Lost. Pet. Harvest . 47 13 .783 Mail Pouch. 41 1G .719 Mozart . 38 22 .633 La Belle. 38 24 .600 Standard . 22 35 .336 Apollo . 23 37 .383 Novice . 19 41 .317 Orient . 11 49 .1S3 The schedule for this week : Mon day, Mail Pouch vs. Apollo; Tuesday, Mozart vs. Novice; Wednesday, Stand ard vs. Harvest; Thursday, Orient vs. La Belle. WHEELING WHEEL CLUB. An effort will be made to augment the membership in the Wheeling Wheel Club, and that organization promises to be very strong during the coming summer. A meeting of bi cyclists has been called, to be held at the Wheeling Cycle room. No. 17 Eleventh street. All riders are urged to A COCKING MAIN. A big cocking main will take place at Sistersville on March tenth, between Pittsburg and Sistersville birds. Great preparations are being made for the event, which promises to outshine all others given under the auspices of the Sistersville people. NW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Following are the entries at New Orleans for March 2: First, 11-16 mile, selling, !,«.• lianjo !**>. Rossmore 96. Tasco 97, Lulu T. 9S. Ni.’ollni 1<>2, I'nele Jim 100, Blmho Imp. p.'i. Boro 100, Cavespring Po, Lochlnar 109, Terrapin 100, Billy McKenzie 103. Second, mile, selling, Henry Harris 91, Prudent 91. Equinox 93, Sycamore !*!, Watrman I'M. Black Ball Nemaha IT., Satinet 107. Mopsey 107. Jimmie It. P'9. Tippecanoe P9. Bonlerer II-’. Third, ■% mile, selling. Rap'd Transit 103, Marioni lull. Albert Sydny PS, Mark S. I'M, J. \\\ Cook 103, Bowling Green 108, Cossack 1<*S. 0)1,] Gentleman P\ Herman l<s, Tramp P'S, Hi Henry 111. Valet 111. Fourth. L mile, handicap, Chtignut 92, Judith C. 92, Jin) Flood 1T1, Domingo 111, Hr. Imperial 114, David lit!, Emin Bey IIS, Fifth, mile, selling. Haeckel 96, Albert S. 99, Discard 100, Stark P'7. Queen Bess 10K. Lottie Mills 110. Midstar 110, Hulbert IP). Dutch Arrow 110, Van Brunt 110, B. F. Fly, Jr., 110,. Masonic Home 113. Sixth, 11-16 mile, sellimr, Princess Rose 91, Cyan Ilia 91. Panway 93, Jack Bradley 93, King Elm :*!, Wedgeflcld 97, Master Fred 97. F. Hennessey 99, Salvador 100, Leonard B. 102, Spendollne 103, Favorine PM. REAL ESTATE MARKET. Deeds of Transfer Left for Record at Clerk Hook's Ollice. Deed made February 20, 1S96, by Nancy Rutherford to Herman Hilko, for a piece of ground on the west side of South Huron street. Consideration, $1,000. Deed made February 29. 1 fil'd, by W. P. Hubbard and \V. ,T. W. Cowden. special commissioners, to the Wheeling Butchers* Association, for the Orth homestead and factory, in the town of Fulton. Consideration, $9,f>00. Deed made December 5, 189.3, by George Wise, executor of Jacob Wise, to Agnes V. Scott, wife of N. B. Scott, for part of lot No. 20 in the old town of Wheeling. Consideration, $0,000. TIHE WORLD’S FAIR IN A DRPG G-IST’S SHOW WINDOW. The most unique show window ever seen in this city is now at Coleman’s Ideal Pharmacy, representing the “Court of Honor” at the World’s Fair held at Chicago, with frogs ns sight seers. and frogs as statuary, etc., on buildings: frogs everywhere in every comical position. In the Lagoon is the statue of tlm Republic, and the Columbian Foun tain. the Administration Building, the Manufactures and Liberal Arts and Transportation Buildings, are all rep resentations of the original. The large Ferris wheel is operated in the rear of these buildings by electri city, the cars being well filled with frogs. The whole display advertiser a well known medicine called “Frog in the Throat.” Mr. Coleman is to he compliment"'! on producing such a scene in his win dow. That the public appreciate it can he judged from the large crowd con tinually around it. -o CITIZENS COMPLAIN, Several citizens have complained, within the last few days, of neglect at the office of the city gas works. They say orders for meters and work, and re quests for various matters, are greatly neglected or altogether ignored, and one or two of the complainants were hot about their treatment, yesterday. -o ONLY TWO CENTS. Home Steam Laundry, 1504 and l.V 0 Market Street—From this date on we shall run our Carpet Heating Depart ment on a strictly cash basis. We have placed carpet beating in the reach of every one. By the latest improved ma chinery we shall be able to beat ear pets at 2c.. former price 5o. perf ard. Do not have your carpets cleaned or scoured, as it only tends to rot them, especially when done on the floor. Wagons will call and deliver free. Family washing a specialty. Ll'TZ BROS. Wheeling, Oct. 5, 1S05. Phono 472 --o Solid Gold Hlrthstone Rings, in Tif fany mountings, $1 each: also coin sil ver thimbles. Ido. each, at Sheff Bros., 1010 Main street. -o P. Welty & Co have Mrroptrtl the agency for Wheeling and vicinity for th© .Mount Vernon Pure ;• Whiskey. In eaten, ili til lory bottling, i ! - 1 Main street. 4 NEW K NT? RAVER f'OMKS a.Y TO THU < ITV. About two m a;.) Sh IT Hr - . the Main s! r< ■ • jewelers, ins. rte 1 an a iv. r..-o ment in the N< w York and other Eastern trade papers for a first-class engraver, and nut of .V applicants for :h i*>sitlon they selected Mr. I r Coin. of Chicago, one of the most artistic engravers in the country who is r.ow In charge of the.r en graving department, ar 1 wilt engrave ail goods purchased from them free of charge, sifrpeelal work design' 1 a d engraved at reasonable pr. f?. ShefT Bros. ..Iso have a man in charts' of their wat h rci«H;r d< - partm< nt, who was : rm riv watch in spector for the Big Four Railroad, and they are doing fine repairing at very low Jepworth’s Weekly Budget of Gossip About Athletic Co&tests. The Local Base Ball Situation, and a Prospect for the Settlement of the Ground Question—The Week in Bowling Circles—Gossip About the Fighters — Activity Among the Wheelmen and Othar Mat ters. There is still an air of uncertainty about the Wheeling end of the inter state base ball league, but it is con fidently hoped and expected, that all doubts will be removed before another week has passed, and the ground ques tion. which has threatened the very ex istence of the new league, will have been satisfactorily settled. The fail ure to secure the Schmulbaeh or Cilles properties, was not unexpected, but the refusal of the Board of Directors of the State Fair Association came as a surprise, inasmuch as it was generally understood that the Association de sir'd the club to locate its park on the lower end of the Island, and to that end was prepared to make some liber al concessions. Subsequent events proved that this impression was er roneous, and the Association advanced excellent reasons for its refusal. It is, perhaps, fortunate that the fair grounds were not secured, as there would be trouble about holiday dates, and the club would, in all probability, have to play on Fourth of July elsewhere. If theC. L. & W. railway company's prop erty, at the West end of Ohio street, be secured, the club will have a loca tion which will present all the advan tages of last season’s park, in the mat ter of accessibility, w'liieh is the prin cipal consideration. This ground can, and no doubt will be, secured. There o-.n ho no disguising the fact that the soiertion by Mr. McKee of Jack Darrah, to captain and manage the Wheeling team, is not a popular move, abundant proof of this fact can lie found by consultation with the local “fans." Darrah played what is known in base ball parlance as “dirty ball," and his methods were criticised bv the sporting writers in all the cities in the interstate circuit. Some went so far as to demand his expulsion from the league. This much must be eowpdod by every person who witnessed games in which he participated, in justifica tion of his conduct on the Held. Hur rah's friends say that his style of play ing was what the Twin City base ball people wanted. There is probably more truth than poetry in this assertion. The Intelligencer makes the bold and startling assertion that his methods will be all right, as “it makes quite/ a difference when he is playing in a Wheeling uniform." This implies that the local patrons of the game will tol erate unfairness and bullying on the field, if these disgusting tactics < r,> practised by Wheeling players. Noth ing could be further from the truth, and the assertion is a reflection on the love of fair play winch has characteriz ed the local audiences. Further than this, the experience of last season dis proves the assertion. The "rooters,” while manifesting a commendable fa voritism toward the local players, ap plauded unstintingly, good plays by the opposing team, and many a visiting player doffed his cap in appreciation of applause from the grand stand. The Wheeling patrons are willing to give Darrah a trial, ns bis abilities are un questioned. If lie resorts to bis old time methods to win gnmes. Mr. McKee will soon be made to realize that he is unpopular. Tbp first entertainment of the Ozark Athletic Club, of Ben wood, was a de cided success, and if future affairs are conducted in like manner, the club will h • liberally patronized. A number of high class boxing bouts took place, and the contestants were young men who stand high in the profession. There ! whs more science displayed in the club I .i'or. . a than in most entertain ! .-un:.- of imilar character, and the ! audience was well pleased. Corbett iii>w wishes ho hadn’t. He | realizes hui ho made a mistake in i transferring th- heavy-weight eham idonshin *o peter Maher, as Peter has ir*w jv *m Ff?7 -tr.jr.tons. An cx-cham pion does nor a'frect so many persons o a theatre as a real champion, and bis t< Mon has probably had an effect upon 'li 1 box oiiice receipts. Now be i overly anxious to meet the An.^mlian. Although no lover of spo — will appro-, e of “Lanky Bob's" «*••»erminetIon to avoid c. •• >"'■ . <' s poetic justice in the<uiUU !< o» lie pr , out. champion, when I *1 tells Corbel to defeat some good man and g t a r q - utation before he a-q i»* .> to tin chuie ionshifi. Corbett was ;! Fitz a chance for championship hon ors. Now the tables have turTK'd, . ...I new advertisements. Alexander, Shoe Seller, Fit* Feet Correal/. the Australian is in a position to dic tate terms. The most unfortunate fea ture in connection with the present status of affairs, is the threatened cy clone of bluff and bluster which will continue until the two big follow* meet in the ring. Some years ago the local organiza tion of wheelmen gave a meet at the Stnte fair grounds, an t when it was all over the members went down into their jeans to meet the expenses. This fail ure rather dampened the enthusiasm of the riders of the ' silent steed," and the result has been a lack of interest, in affairs concerning cycling. There has been a feeling, however, thalt the city should have a wheelmen's organ ization. and this sentiment has crys tallized within the past few days. A movement ha« been started to effect an organization, and a meeting of in terested persons will be held this w.. k. !t. was an uneventful week among the howlers. The leaders ha.e won. and the weak clubs b>en <!■ featrd. in nearly till the competitive game.. There Is nothing at pre ent to Justify the prediction that there will be any important changes in tie relative p ,>i tions of the teams before the dose of the season. The Brownies will win out. in the Musee tournament, and 'lie Har vest Homes will finish at t> • head among the South Side teams. The ;.in den Groves will play a local • iuh on two days during the latoT part of March. The local players have already been chosen, and they will put up a stiff fight against the vistmCol. Sttitlor has unfolded a sohenu for a ju venile league, which is very attractive and which should commend itself to parents and guardian- \ meeting for organization will pruba' ly be held next week. .1KPWORTH. ■-o PROBABLE'INDICTMENTS. Following is the'list of presentments to be handed in o the grand jury to morrow: Peter .Soles. J. cry Evans. Sr., Jerry Evans, Jr., lei n - and indictment on new charge <fi I, .iking into a P., C., (’. K- St. L. s-— v j mill. ' . ■ i "Buddin’" Clark and 1*. T. Barrett 1 felonies. Clark is charged with burg larizing Ilairy McNaiiui Jewelry store window, while Barrel is alleged | to have committed a roLHry in Hazel i Logan's house of ill repu’e George Woods, uiisiicn;. mor a iuh : on HHie Wilson. Rosetta Alburn and \i Sheppard, felonies; for abducting Arms Ritehit; for purpose of prostitution l.*tfe Harden, ini.-demt-acir; for ap propriating a horse and wagon, pn.p erty of Cunningham Taylor, to hi.- • n use. Max Teufel, felony; c irgrd v r.i stealing clothes. Han * y Roy, coloi conducting a crap g.»na Tlie Friday Night i . nt a dr ! lightful evening Iasi « in dancing in the rooms of tie and Club, on Virginia street. <s to a ning. at Miss Sara Quinn wa party of friends, Thu-I her home on Quito ;i number o lit f guests, and spent tic jveniin' n A.a. amusemeuts. LADIES' Of all kinds; large ,t Leather, Jewel and I'' up to JSdto. Shir’ u I Shirt Waist S«is ii K ver, Dresden and 1 r o;> to $1.00. Ready rna wide and lance slcev colors, for tl.en. Sl im ially! Doilies ft'an it ' from to fI lac 1 4-yd. lengths, if Inches only, ac ’3 HILTS. Itle It. is i . ’ C..1 an rt ( Wr I.: 4 THE KAVTf SUIT ' AMpj 0/PRC0AT3—D. G'JNOL'NG A f > Anxiojrf" to Jr ^ youi hoy wit/h economy some of yoif buy clothes that » need to be replaced evei > ' month or so. the price is low you im agine you are buying cheap. 11 y 11 replace such Clothing as often as neatness rec|uire>, te us what it cost" l(,r the year, well clothe your boy better ; YVe have received some advanced shipment of very pretty SPRING SUITS, which we would gladly show you. Prices are e-weea ingly low. D. Gundling & Co., STAR CLOTHiERS, 34 AND 36 TWELFTH STREET.