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ri , .v $;-. ?u ... . ' I '4 4? .. Ifi "-, 'A cr '.vv tS?1-- MJw-J &s Wi. iff ' ,8isr k its- ', 4. '.- WsJvL.. m- .;; ?' TOF- jM1. , u, fe .?! i. iKcWU.'-. ? Wv" -A r . GEORGETOWN WON. Somo of the Bogulars, Woro Off Yes- torday, and Their Bad Playing Lost th'o Qamo. Four of the locals took a day off yes terday, and their costly errors coupled with somo miserable baso running lost Maysvillo a game. Georgetown bunched their hits and won all the way. Bruner pitched a good game for, Maysvillo, but lie did not have the support ho deserved. Daniels pitched a good game for George town. Nie caught a splendid game for Maysville. The locals got around the circuit in tho first on a baso on balls and two errors. Cox flew to third. McDaniel was pre sented with a base on balls, Btole second and reached homo on a wild throw. Tho visitors got a tally in their half. Ramp hit to McDaniel who threw wild to first and Ramp kept on to second. Daniels then smashed ono ovof short for single and Ramp scorod. Tho locals got their last tally in tho third. Rudy hit by second for a single. Cox flow to center and Rudy moved up a notch. Hill hit to third and reached first on Reeder's error. Rogers hit into right for a single and Rudy scored. Tho visitors captured four more runs in their half, on two doubles and three errors. Reeder's hit to center for a base, Tenley's little one into right for a bag and Davis' wild throw gavo Georgetown, a run in tho fifth. Two bases on balls, singles by Moore and Tenley and Ramp's hit past third for a baso gavo Georgetown two more runs in the eighth. Following is a summary : MAYSVILLE, A. B, 5 3 3 "'".""'.4 4 4 4 4 1 B. P.O. A. Cox. 3 b , McDaniel, lb Hill.s. s Rogers, c. f Nie, c Davis, S b Bruuer, p , Cake, r. f Rudy, 1. I. Total. ..! 2 10 21 GEORGETOWN. A. B. II. 1 B. P.O. 4 0 10 4 5 2 5 l i Ramp, 2b Daniels, p Kalcott', c; Boeder, 3b , vBoyland, 1 b Yost, c. i Tenley, 1. 1 , Hayes, 8. 8 Moore, r. I 5 5 3 4 , 4 , 4 3 S 4 Total. ,.3j 8 9 27 8 Innings 1 2845C789 Maysville 1 0100000 0-2 Georgetown 1 0 4 0 10 0 2 - Earned runs, Maysville 2, Georgetown 4. Two base hits, Davis, Cuke, Yost, Tenley. Bases stolen, Cox, McDaniel 2. Doublc.plays, Davis to Cake, Hill, Davis and McDaniel, Hayes, Rump and Boyland. Bases on balls, off Daniels 5, off Bruner 2. Struck out, by Bruner 5, by Daniels, fi. Passed bulls, Kalcoff. Wild pitches, Bruner, Daniels. Left on bases, Maysville 11, George town 6. Tltno of game, 1:10. Umpire, Wads worth. AT CHICAGO Chicago..., 0 4 0 0 1 Sf. Louis 0 0 0 10 r. h k 1 1 1 0- 8 11 8 0 0 0 01 34 and Schriver: Batteries 'fifol xiuixmsujii m,G4,UUSIV11I UUU lltlUCUUUit WUIJ11U 't iii .rtT?til i nn,1 M'ntl ririli ,1 i TTmnlwA i.ueu. AT PITTSBURG It II E Pittsburg 0 03002213 1-11 10 4 Cincinnati 3 30010003 0-10 14 2 Batteries Nichol, Ehret and Sugdcn; Dwyer aud Murphy. Uinpire Gaffney. AT PHILADELPHIA It II E Philadelphia 5 3 0 13 1 x 13 17 3 Brooklyn 0 303000 0 11 4 Batteries Harper and Cross; Kennedy and Daly. Umpire Dan Campbell. AT BALTIMORE It II K Baltimore 0 2 0 5 0 4 0 0 x 11 13 3 Washington 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 03 80 Batteries McMahon and Robinson; Sul livan, Mercer and McGuire. Umpire Hoagiand. AT NEW YORK R II E New York 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 Ox 4 11 3 Boston 100 100 10 03 0 3 Batteries Nichols and Tenny; Rusle and Farrell. Umpire Emslie. AT CLEVELAND Cleveland 0 10300520 2-12 17 4 Louisville 3 00120220 0-10 12 0 Batteries Young, Mullane and O'Con nor; Hemming aud Weaver. Umpire Hurst. AT CLEVELAND RUE Cleveland 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 04 81 Louisville 0 4 8 0 0 0 0 5x-12 12 1 Batteries Young and Zimmer; Menefee nnd Grim. Umpire Hurst. SHORT STOPS. Lexington defeated Paris Monday by a score of 18 to 12. Mr. 'Noch Powell resigned as Manager of the Regulars last evening on account of other business engagements. Dr. Heflin was chosen Manager. Tho Regulars loft on the 10 o'clock train for Ashland where they play this afternoon and to-morrow. Friday they will cross bats with Huntington. Versailles downed the Cynthiana team Monday by a score of 32 to 10. Herman, Cynthiana's crack twirler, was knocked out of tho box in short order. Tho Ver sailles got in 10 runs off of him. Drowned at Brush Greek. A gentleman named Lockwood was drowned at the mouth of Brush Creek, Monday evening. Ho was with a fishing party, and lost his life while in bathing. His homo was at Winchester. His body had not been recovered at last accounts. ' Fresh Blue Lick received ovory few days at Chonoweth's drug store For salo by tho bottle and glass, ice cold. i Tornado policies W. R. Warder, agt. Fresh Blue Lick at Calhoun's. See P. S. Kemper fire, life and tor undo insurance. Flkmikosiiuro sent down a good dele gation this morning to tho fair. Congressman Breckinridoe is J still confident of his re-nomination and re election. The Maysvillo, Danville, Lawrence burg and Portsmouth iairs are all in pro gress this week. i -Wanted Board in tho country for a few weeks for lady and four children. Apply at this office. Mrs. Barcroft has rented tho Hill House, and is prepared to furnish board by tho day, week or meal. Miss Nettie Howe has about recovered from her recent serious illness. She was able to be out Tuesday. The baby show will como off Saturday in the Floral Hall. Tho fair company offers a liberal premium. Mr. Henry Brown is able to be out after being confined to his home tho past four or five weeks with an attack of fever. Mr. and Mrs. James N. Lynch, for merly of this city, aro entertaining a nine-pound son at their home in Buffalo, Now York. Mrs. T. W. Watts was called to Ash land Tuesday by a telegram announcing the serious illness of her brother, Dr. Nealy Fitch. WW From the way tho Portsmouth papers are talking, that city is overrun with thieves and fakirs this week, attracted there by tho fair. Painting and paper-hanging promptly and artistically done by Haucke. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Leave orders at White, Judd & Co.'s. Judge PmsTERia, confined to his home by an injury to one of his knees. While bathing in the river a few nights ago he struck a snag, receiving a painful bruise. Call at Ballenger's and see the fine silver water sets he is displaying. And when you want anything in the jewelry line, remember his stock is complete and embraces the very latest novelties. Another blow has been struck at the rights of women over in Ohio. In Pike County recently a Judge granted a hus band alimony during the pending of his suit against his wife for divorce. A special from Ripley says Joseph Hiett, tho farmer from Huntington Town ship who was so badly crushed by an engino on July 18, hasdeveloped a severe case of lockjaw and his death is only a question of a few hours. Accommodation trains No. 15 and 18 will wait at tho fair grounds each day of the fair until 5:30 p. in. in order that patrons may have an opportunity of see ing the races finished. Trains 10 and 17 will also stop at tho fair grounds. AN OLD CITIZEN GONE. The Venerable Christopher Russell Called to His Reward Tuesday Afternoon. The venerable Christopher Russell, ono of Maysville's oldest and most highly respected citizens, died Tuesday about 12:30 o'clock at tho homo of his son, Mr. M. C. Russell of East Third street. Ho had been in failing health for sovoral years, and had been very feeble some time. Deceased was born September 24th, 1814, and was consequently in the eight ieth year of his age. Ho was a native of England but came to this country when only seven years old. In 1837 he located in Maysville, but left hero in 1839. He returned a few years later, however, and spent tho rest of his life in this city. A man of strictest integrity and of frugal and industrious habits, deceased enjoyed tho respect and esteem of all who know him. His wife died a few years ago. Mr. M. O. Russell, the well known wholesalo grocer, is their only surviving child. The funeral will occur to-morrow at 9 a. m. at tho residence, services by Rev. E. B. Cako. Deceased was ono of tho oldest Oddfellows in tho city, having beenaraombor of DoKalb Lodge No. 12 since 1840. He will bo interred with tho honors of tho order, DoKalb Lodge hav ing charge of tho services. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, Bores, ulcors, salt rheum , fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give porfect satisfaction or monoy refunded. Prico 25 cents per box. For sale at J. James Wood's, THE NINTH DISTRICT. Paynter's Nomination for Judge Makes Hart's Election a Corta'nty The Vanceburg correspondent of the Louisville Post says: "The nomination of Tom Puynter, at Augusta, Thursday, for Judge of tho Cpurt of Appeals, seals the doom of Judge Sam J. Pugh, the Re publican candidate for Congress, of the Ninth District. Mr. Pugh is tho strong and wily opponent of Mr. Hart, the Dem ocratic nominee. He lias been in office since he reached his majority and has never been defeated, and being a son-in-law of ex-Congressman Thomas, the well-known political boss, ho was a man tho Democracy feared in tliis Congres sional campaign up to the nomination of Paynter. , "Every Republican politician in the Ninth wanted Paynter defeated, and used all their power and influence to that effect in fact they wore so inter ested in the affair, it was imposaiole for tliem to keep it a secret. "The probabilities are that if some of tho Campbell County delegates desired, they could give evidence of somo of Mr. Curry M. Thomas' political tricks in that convention. Thomas and his son-in-law exhibited their interest in the affair Wednesday night by loafing around the telegraph office until nearly midnight. The expression has been made hero very frequently by leading Republicans that Paynter's defeat vould have been worth $5,000 to Pugh. Tho Evening Post placed the Ninth in doubt, and they were probably correct piior to the great victory of Paynter's in tho Augusta con vention. Four close counties, that Pugh would have carried, will now beyond a doubt go Democratic. They were also counting on Greenup, Mr. Paynter's home, which is very close, and are now compelled to give it up. " The Ninth can now be taken out of Kentucky's doubtful list of Congressional districts, and put in tho Democratic column. 'The Democrats are jubilant and Paynter's nomination means the regular Democratic majority this fall for Mr. Hart, and the defeat of Judge Sam J. Pugh." i Ruggi.es camp meeting will begin Thursday. A wagon-load of campers went out from this city to-day, and others went yesterday. Ohio Knights of Pythias have decided not to attend the approaching Supreme Lodge meeting in Washington City on account df tho exorbitant rates fixed on by tho railroads. Miss Bessie P. Johnson has opened an office in Cox Building, room No. 3, the office of Mr. G. W. Blatterman, Superin tendent of Schools, where she is prepared to do general typewriting and conduct clas ses in stenography. Any work intrusted to her will bo attended to with prompt ness and care. Just received, a now line of belts and buckles, belt pins in gold and silver, la dies' button sets, children's dress pins and button sets, hat pins and hair pins, cuff pins in gold and silver, link cuff' but tons, scart pins. These goods havebeen marked down to bottom prices. P. J. Murphy, Successor to Hopper & Murphy. Nine Arabians, who have been making their headquarters in Lexington for some time past, were arrested late Friday night on complaint of J. C. Burns, of Flemingsburg, who charges one of them, Abraham Joseph, with theft and tho balance with receiving stolen property. It seems that their houso was a regular den of thieves and a "fence" as well. Raids were made from Lexington on sur rounding towns, tho stolen goods being taken to Lexington and disposed of. i The Wine and Spirit Gazette says tho city of Stuttgart, in Germany, is supplied with beer on a very novel plain. Tho beer is carried through tho city like water by a system of pipes. Tho cus tomer pays his beer rate, as ho would his gas or water rate. Tho pipes are of lead, lined with a thin layer of wood pulp to prevent the contact of tho beer with tho load pipes. Tho pipes aro air tight, and the beer when drawn at tho homo of a customer, is as fresh and sparkling as when taken from a bottle. Two largo breweries havo secured a monopoly in this pipe lino over tho whole city. Stutt gart must bo a German paradise. Guaranteed Cure. We authorizo our advertisod druggist to soil Dr. King's Now Discovory for con sumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. If you aro afilicted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will uso this remedy as di rected, giving it a fair trial, and experi ence no benefit, you may return tho bot tle and havo your money refunded. Wo could not make this offer did wo not know ttha Dr. King's Now Discovory could bo relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles freo at J. J. Wood's drug store. Largo size 50c. and $1. CXJSAHANCE SALE OF SUMMER D Batiste, Belfast Lawns and Dotted Swiss reduced from 10 to 6ic. a yd. Extra fine quality of Dotted Swiss reduced from 15 to 10c. per yard. Fifty pieces of Lawns and Challies at 5cts. per yard. Lancaster and Amoskeag Ginghams at 5c. a yard. Dress Ginghams at 5 and 7c. per yard. See our Remnant Counter. A big lot of remnants of Lawns, Ducks and Satteens at 5 cents per yard. rownm 51 WEST "There is one sure preventive of moths. It is tansy," says a correspon dent. "Sprinkle the leaves freely about your woolens and furs and the moth will never get into them." An Kansas man made the following indorsement on the back of a doctor's bill: "This claim is not verified by affi davit as tho statute requires, but the death of the deceased is satisfactory evidence to mv mind that the doctor did his work. W S , Adm. Hecimnger & Co., of the popular Odd fellows' Hall Clothing House, are selling their stock of hot weather clothing at greatly reduced prices this week. They have an elegant line of gents' furnishing goods. Fair visitors are invited to make this store headquarters during their stay in Maysville. Dress suits for rent. .See advertisement. Lexington Observer: " Col. John Q. A. Haymen, tho great Kentucky miller, has an order from Queen Victoria for fifty I pounds of Trenton limestone corn meal to be used as a cosmetic. It is necessary that it shall bo grown on true Trenton limestone soil not to be found with any certaintv, except in the true Blue Grass section. Col. Hayman should feel highly complimented by a commission carrying with it such a degree of confidence in his integrity and skill in his profession." The following left for Ruggles camp meeting this morning: Rev. G. R. Fren ger, Presiding Elder, Covington district ; Rev. Amon Boreing and sotv; Vincent, Davton, Kv, Rev. D. P. Holt and wife, Maysville; Mrs. Joseph Dodson and children; Professor Bloom and family; Mrs. Richard Griffith and little son, of Iudianapolis ; Miss Carrie Morford, Cov ington ; Alonza Seaman, of Oklahoma ; Mrs. Jane Morris, Mrs. W. L. Davidson, Miss May Lane and Miss Mary Rudy, of Maysville. The Modern Mother. Has found that her little ones are im proved more by the pleasant laxative, Syrup of Figs, when in need of the lax ative effect of a gentle remedy, than by any other, and that it is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. O oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO c OUR SPECIALTIES Our Hot Weather Clothing without reserve, at 33 per cent, less than regular price. On many of the very best, but of which we have large lots, we cut the price in half. An Elegant line of Dress and Negligee Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Ties, Etc., Etc. Our New Fall Hats Are Now In. As usual, our large and very commodious store rooms' will be headquarters for our visitors. Call in and see us. FULL LINE OF J)HESS SUITS FOB MENT. HECHINGER&CO. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O RY GOODS & Co ? SECOND ST. Fair Tickets. Fair tickets are on salo at all the drug stores and at the Central Hotel. Captain Phil Yago is tup from Cov ington filling his old position in the Maysvillo Band. There will be preaching at Key's School Houso Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by Rev. E. M. C. Dunklin, of the Baptist Church. All cordially invited. Parties who expect to attend the meeting of the Mason County Branch of the Kentucky Sunday School Union at Mill Creek next Saturday will please leave word at J. T. Kackley & Co.'s, so that arrangements may bo made to take them out. Mr. C. D. Shepard, the Fifth ward druggist, has moved his soda fountain to the promenade on the grand stand at the fair grounds where he will serve de licious, cooling beverages to the thirsty multitude during tho week. Messrs. J. S. Stevens and Harris Alexander will be in charge. . The 500 striking miners in Laurel county, representing seven mines in the vicinity of Pittsburg, Ky., returned to work early Monday morning, having agreed to accept 70cents a ton for mining. Tho prico is 5 cents less than they de manded, and 5 cents more than the mine owners wanted to pay. TJioy also agreed to a reduction of 12A cents for other work outside of mining. The strike has been on for fourteen weeks and has been a costly one. . . . Cheai1 excursion to Cincinnati, three days limit, via. C. and O. route, Monday, August 0th, 1894. Tickets good going on all regular trains except No. 1. Good returning on all trains making' regular station stops except train No. 2 and 4, August fith, 7th and Sth. Round trip only $1.50. Among tho principal attrac tions in Cincinnati on this date is a grand athletic tournament under tho auspices of the Herecules Club' at Grand Opera Houso August nth. Special features are Dannio Needham vs. Louis Groeninger, $1,000 purse, Welter-weight champion ship. Frank Macuski vs. Kid Thomp son, $500 purse, bantam-weight cham pionship. Wrestling, broad sword com bats, tug of war, etc. o o o o o o o o c o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o FAIRWEEK! v-