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Met at the Train With the Maysvilie
Band and Carriages The Pa
rade Through the Streets
Afternoon Game Resulted in Eleven
Buns For Maysvilie and None
Right royal was the welcome accorded
our home team upon its return yesterday
morning. The 10:10 train on the 0. and
0. rolled into the station amid the blare
of trumpets and the beat of drum, ac
companying a chorus of voices, the din
and tumult of which would havo'put the
Democratic convention to the blush, only
we were a united people, with cheers and
hearty welcome for the boys of our local
club, who had won signal victory from
the aborigines of Tennessee, more fa
miliarly known bythoeuphomious name
of " Knoxville Indians." After the three
cheers of welcome and the few prelimin
ary arrangements necessary before a re
turn up town could be made, no time was
lost, however, and the tap of the drum
marked time for a tune to clear the way
for the mighty ftesars, who though wear
ing no laurel wreath of greenest bough,
yet wearing a smile of satisfaction second
to none in store, the peerless aggregation
which we dub a band led the way. The
sweet strains of "My Old Kentucky
Home" was but a golden chain connect
ing us and them with the central office of
enthusiasm. Upon the first note, lungs
broke forth in loudest acclaim, and
throats which never before gave vent to
a note of approval for baseball, joined in
the shouts, and thus it was all the way
from the depot, around town and back to
the Central Hotel, where the players and
their friends joined in a "conversation of
sparkling repartee and glowing wit."
We have no crowns, gentlemen, to deck
your brow withal, no royal scepters with
which to proclaim you more than con
querors, but the best wo have is yours,
and henceforth if you do not see what
you want, ask for it.
Earlier than usual, by one hour, the
citizens began their pilgrimage to the
mecca of summer sport to gain by being
early the best seat from which to view
the contest for supremacy begun at Knox
ville last week and to bo kept up upon
the local diamond from to-day until Sat
urday, fully 1,000 "rooters," "fans," men,
women and children, bicyclers, whites
and blacks made up a crowd the largness
of which made George Rogers smile from
end to end and cross wise too. It was a
gem of an audience, any taste could have
been suited from the " hollowing galoot"
with his horrible voice to the sweet
voiced miss who wanted to know if the
"Knoxvilles were Indians, why they did
not give a war dance," as "she had come
ten miles to see these Indians about
whom she had read so much."
It was not a satisfactory game to the
general spectator, but to the real lover of
the game and one who has homo pride it
was a cracker-jack in that the homo team
played great ball and tho visitors kept
fanning the air every time Leever would
throw tho ball, my! how warm those
boys must have been.
We are confident in predicting a big
surprise in the game to-day and those of
' our people who remain away because of
tho big score run up by the Maysvilles,
; and tho beautiful setting of eggs which
the Indians purchased from Leever and
J-his hen raisers will bo tho losers thereby
tfor the brown skins have a knife up their
sleeve, and with tho cyclono Miller arm
Uo use it, take care they may turn tho
tables and you will bo sorry you were not
lout to seo it.
The gamo by innings shows a peculiar
(state of affairs, and we append it so that
you can seo how easy we did 'em up :
Lnu ten bach
A.D It. 111. 10. A. E.
ICrftwlev. r. f 4 0
fJobe, s. s. 4 o
EAtClUUOCn, 1 D, 1 0
iMoffetUf t o
PFlourney.c.f 3 o
fiUlDfcOll, c 3 u
EGrecn.ab 3 0
gHemplemnn, 2 b 3 0
RMcDouald, 1 0
(Sanders, p 2 0
27 11 (J
Earned runs, Maysvlllo 1. Two-baso hits,
LWadsworth and Klbertlcld. Thrcc-boso hits,
CSutherland. Stolen bases, Cornelius. Doublo
Lpiays, Green to Hemplcraau to McCulloch and
ifJobo to Ilemplcman to McCulloch. Bases on
balls, off McDonald 0, off Lccvcr 1. Hit by
pitched ball, Sutherland. Struck out, by Leover
0, by McDonald 1. Tlmo of gamo, 1:50. Umpire,
First half of first Muysville took tho
bat with Lautenbaeh wielding the stick,
he walked to first on four bulls, Kellner
hit to third who fielded Lautenbaeh out
at second. Second basemen threw Kell
ner out at first. Curio filed to center
who worked tho basket to retire the
Second half of first Crawley worked
tho bat for a grounder to Lautenbaeh
who threw him out at first. Jobo hit
three times, but as ho only struck air the
umpire gave liim time to sit down. Mc
Cullough hit the ball but did not reach
first, so thus they got a cipher.
First of second inning Earlo hit to
second base who got tho ball to first be
fore little Earle. Leever made a swipe at
tho sphere and sent it to center for a safe
hit. Elberfield a fly over first, cicker
man Leever moved to third, catcher
throw to third base who fumbled ball
and Leever trotted home. Cornelius hit
to right center and Elberfield crossed
the plate. Sutherland next up, hit by
pitcher, was given base, Kellner ran for
him, Cornelius took second, Wadsworth
hit passed third, Cornelius scored.
Lautenbaeh put one in tho alloy, Suther
land scoring, Wadsworth moving up sec
ond, Kellner down to short, out in first
Curio fiied over short scored Lauten
baeh. Earlo hit to short forced out
Second of second inning MofTett struck
out. Flourney hit to short who threw
him out at first. Gibson tried tho ball
in the air, it fell in Curie's hands, another
First of third Leever hit to first who
beat him to the bag, Elberfield stood
still till four balls passed and he was
sent to first. Cornelius hit safely to tho
field for two bags and scored on Ilemplc
men's muffed ball, Wadsworth struck
out. Lautenbaeh ground a ball to third
who threw him out at first.
Second of Third Green hit an infield
swipe, but did not beat a throw to first.
llempleman fiied to short. McDonald
batted to Leover, who made an assist by
throwing him out at first.
First of Fourth Kellner sent a ball
down the alley, third baseman fumbled,
but threw him out. Leever hit to short,
who threw to second to first, retiring side
and leaving Curie on third.
Second of Fourth Crawley hit to third.
Jobe ground to Sutherland, who mulled,
attempted to run second, got out on throw
by catcher. McCullough struck out.
First of Fifth Elberfield pounded out
a two-base hit. Cornelius fiied to center.
Sutherland got base on balls. "Wads
worth knocked tho ball for two bases.
Elberfield scored. Lautenbaeh fiied to
center, a muff by first, made him safe.
Kellner fiied to center. Curio hit to cen
ter, Sutherland came home. Wadsworth,
Curie and Lautenbaeh left on bases.
Second of Fifth Moffet out at first by
pitcher. Flournoy struck out. Gibson
got his base on balls. Green got to fust
on Suthorlands error, llempleman struck
out, leaving Gibson and Green on bases.
First of Sixth Leever fiied to right
center, out at first. Elberfied hit a hot
one which struck the umpire and glanced
to short, he got safely to first. Balk by
pitcher moved Elberfield to second. Cor
nelius fiied to right and on muff, moved
to second. Elberfield going to third.
Sutherland out by short to first. Elber
field scored. Wadsworth hit a beauty to
right, but it fell into hands instead of tho
Second of Sixth McDonald fiied to
center, Wadsworth was there, he died.
Crawley hit to Guile, who threw him out
at first. Jobo fouled to catcher, Earlo
was there and tho side was retired.
First of Seventh Lauterbach hit to
Jobe. Kellnor fiied to first base. Curio
ground to first.
Second of Seventh McCullough, a
clean hit. Moflfet fiied to short, threw
him out at first. Flournoy fiied to sec
ond, threw him out at first. Gibson
ground to second, who threw him out at
first. Passed ball by Earlo let McCul
lough to second.
First of Eighth Earlo fiied to left.
Leover pasted the ball to second, who
throw him out at first. Elberfield fiied
out at second base.
Second of Eighth Green hit to short.
Hempleman grounded one to second, but
he never reached first, tho ball beat him.
McDonald flow up high above tho plate,
on a run Leever caught it and another
egg was marked up to tho Knoxvilles.
First of Ninth Cornelius fiied to cen
ter. Sutherland planked tho ball for a
three-bagger. Wadsworth kissed tho
sphere for a long one, but it wont high
and sailed to centor field. Lautenbaeh
fiied to center and tho gamo was over so
far as Maysvilie was concerned.
Second of Ninth Crawley mado at
hit. Jobo popped up to third baseman.
McCullough hit to third, who fumbled,
but regained ball in time to throw to sec
ond base, putting out Crawley. Moffet
hit to Leover and ho died on tho way to
first, and thus tho gamo closed with a
score of 11 to 0 in favor of wo, us &c.
Tho second gamo between Maysvilie
and Knoxville will bo called the usual
hour this afternoon. Go and seo it.
Mr. McCormack, of tho Knoxville
Morning Journal, is hero to Bend the
news back to his paper. He is a native
of Augusta and is a gentleman whom it
Miller will pitch to-day's game, ho is a
great thrower and should he get the sup
port he deserves tho result will bo a difl
erent score from yesterday's game,
is a pleasure to meet, success is crown
ing his efforts in his adopted home and
the Bulletin is always glad to grasp the
hand of its contemporary journalists and
to have them shown all tho courtesies
which aro aflorded by our city.
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BRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT.
Laughlin Taken Over to Erooksville
For Trial This Morning.
Mr. G. Henry Fionk, Deputy Sheriff
of Bracken County, came to Maysvilie
last night and early this morning took
Laughlin, the Augusta fiend, from the
Maysvilie jail over to Brooksvillo to
answer the indictments against him.
Laughlin's lawyers will first try to get
his case continued and if a continuance
is refused they will move for a change of
venue. Theie is no telling in advance
how tho court will rule on these motions.
If both motions are refused Laughlin
will at once be put on trial for his life.
A b:g crowd is expected in Brooksvillc
to-day and some talk of a mob has been
heard. The court oflicials feel a little
uneasy, and every precaution to prevent
mob violence has been taken. No guards
accompanied the deputy SheriiF, who
went via Germantown,
The trial of old man Ely Sharp, in
dicted with his son Jasper Sharp, for the
killing of Mrs. Ann McClanahan resulted
in a verdict of not guilty. His son Jasper
Sharp was tried at last teim and giving
a life sentence.
The grand jury has returned an in
dictment against Josephus Free for rape
of Annie Case, an infant under twelve
years of age. Free is in jail and on his
motion his case has been continued
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Garrard County has a citi.en who has
never been known to say yes or no.
Ho always evades or gives an indirect
response to any question that has been
asked. lie was asked once if he would
take a drink, when to the chagrin and
astonishment of tho crowd he replied
"I never refuse." When asked at tho
marriage altar if he would lovo and
cherish and protect his wife he responded,
"I will do the best I can."
In Philadelphia there is an old gen
tleman who rides his wheel every fine
day who is ninety years of age, and also
an old lady of seventy-eight, who is seen
out on her wheel occasionally. Al.
Reach, of tho same city, who has a pair
of fine horses and three carriages in his
stable, prefers to ride to his oflico and
back homo daily on his bicycle and then
to take spins in Fairmount Pork after
dinner with his fair daughters. lie says
the bicycle is a boon to elderly people.
Tun Bourbon Fiscal Court was in
session last Thursday and Friday, ic
coiving the report of Turnpike Commis
sioner Clay, says tho Paris Republican.
The report shows that seventeen pikes
have been abandoned, fifteen more have
formally turned their roads over to tho
county, and twenty-eight aro preparing
to take this step. This leaves ton roads
that aro dividend paying, and most of
these have set a price upon their stock
Tho court is encountering somo trouble
in dealing with this intricate question,
but aro overcoming tho obstacles one by
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Claude Powell and Miss Mary LeoUm
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