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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - April 12, 1895, Cincinnati, OhioTribune Cincinnati o., Friday. April 12, 1895. A. I. Ab50t a co. Ride a rambler the Best is always the cheapest. A rider a rambler is at once admitted the wheelman a 400. A ride is always judged the wheel he rides. We sell easy terms. We Trade in old wheels Raj is in second hand wheels. A. L. Arnot amp co 9 Ninth near main Cincinnati Tenn Yson a Good thing a tui Buney daily racing guide. That Wasja pleased his owner. It jockeys give licenses and others refused two sore things went like Lead. Memphis tenh., april 11.�?fourth Day the Memphis Spring meeting. Presiding judge John j. Carter associate Stoney Montgomery. Starter c. Pettingill weather Fine. Track fast. A a first race purse $400, which $75 second and $25 third for three year Olds and la a upward. Allowances Maidens three years old 9 lbs. Four years old 20 lbs. Five years old and upwards 24 lbs. 5 furlongs. Time 1 02.__v a horse and weight. Is potentate 121. Pop Gray 121. I al Capitan 100. J Frank Gayle. A chess Rogan 121. F B., 97 Jennie Earl 95 Start Good. Won driving a head. Modred Preciosa. Horse and weight. facial a the Memphis. Tbfin., april 11.�?four out the six favorite won for the plungers tat Montgomery Park today while it was a her Gjent a Day a ride a pair winners. The a weather was never brighter and the . A a aunt Lida 96 track a amp soc a while three thousand people cheered Thea winners Home. The new License committee the Amer. Lean turf cot Ingres Secretary Murphy Harlem pres Dent Labold Oakley and Secretary reef 3, Montgomery Park held its first meeting at the Peabody hotel Here today and palsied the requested licenses about 100 jockeys. Cassin was granted a License hide for his employer Tommy Griffin Only Johnny Reagan being a free Lance was refused a License until he Allied hire amp self some stable c. Rowe for crooked Riding Morgan g., at Lyrle last Suni Fener and. Fou con w Wys taught pull Rig Brazos last season were both re i fuse licenses while Blake can Only ride the horses his employer M. Barrick. Leif cd who has been under the ban for quite a spell was granted a License having joined the Bennett amp co.,. While j Britten was Given a License for a two months a trial see if he has mended i his wily reckless and dare Devil Riding. Potentate. At 2 5, won the opening scramble in a common walk always having the foot pop Gray who was played the Talent group 3 2 1. The race at the weight 121 pounds was a very fast one for this track being run in 1 02 Flat. Hand Eipur was a l--2 Chance in the Sec a Ond Rac Biju she was Lucky win in a hot finish a head As had Noble made less use the 4- Chance Moder Oclo Green Morris daughter Imp. Sir Modred would a surely halve beaten the sensational daughter j Hanover out. The Hain Deap saw Prince Karl a 2--5 favorite beaten. Old Santiago played from j 3 1 1? 5, always had the Kendall Sta Bles Colt Safe and won in the end cleverly a an open i length. A sit play1, ii other moral certainty at 1 a amp fell Dawn in the fourth race ending j a cheap gird the Winner turning up in Walbaum a Imp. Laureate Colt Tennyson a who his owner and Trainer i Mccormick i ent the Post a 50 1 shot. F he is a half brother that Good performer a guard arid hails from the Amsterdam a stud I. Sanford amp son. Imp. picked up 125 pounds and Gal. Loped Hanse in the race following after closing a 4ho 5 favorite. Neutral Well played in this race lost whatever a Chance he had winning a bolting at a he head the stretch and that disappointment glad get j. The 2 1, and Burrells Billet at amp 2, carried All the Money in the last y. Race and they finished. Booze winning a under a mild drive. The summaries follow 1 first race for three year Olds and up wards purse $400 % mile potentate 121 pounds clayton1 2, won pop Gray j �21 chorn2 1. Second al Capitan 100 mcclain40 1, third. Time j 02. Frank Gayle Jennie Pearl f. M. Also ran. Second race purse $400 for fillies three years old it and upwards % mile hand spun 117 pounds j. Gardner2 5, won Moder Oclo 117 noble5 1, second Jane 117 walker20 1, third. Time 1 16%. Vol Adora outbreak and miss Norman also ran third race the Chickasaw club Handi a Cap for three year Olds and upwards $600 added a 1-16 mile Santiago 104 pounds c. Weber5 2, won Prince Karl 107 a. Claytonia 2, second Wells Street 96 Magnison 50 1, third. Time 1 50%. Wah Atchie and Oakwood also ran. Fourth race for two year Olds $400 % mile Tennyson 108 pounds h. Brooks50 1, won Warren Point 106 ballard15 1, second sir play 110 a. Cla tott1 2, third. Time 0 50%. Tradition Driftwood Bonnie Jean and sir Dilke also ran. Fifth race for three year Olds and up a Ward $400. 1 a mile Imp. Percy 125 pounds bergen4 5, won glad 106 c. Graham�?�5 1, second Boonton 103 chorn15 1, a third. Time 1 44%. Ringmaster High test and Neutral also ran. Sixth race Selling All a Ges $400 6 furlongs booze 106 pounds bergen2 1, won Burrells Billet 109 c. Weber5 2, second Long ago 107 ballard50 1, third. Time 1 16. Mote Jennie n., Ross More Wightman advocate Revenue Billy Bennett and Royal flush also ran. It it 14 running position. is. F. L1 1�?~ 1>i1 1> 2 2 23 2 2�?~ 5 5 44 3f 3 a 4 55 4 4 31 231 5 6 6 66 6 7 7 77 7a. Jockey and owner. A. Clayton Walbaum. Chorn p. Dunne. Mcclain Santa Anita stable. Reagan A. Gay . W. Johnson. Sweeney j. Earnshaw amp Bro. Thornton. Betting. 1st.�l�?T a pie. 2-5 1-23-1 2-1 30-1 30-1 in i 10-1 20-1 6-1 100-1 200-1 50-1 5q-1 210-1 50-1 50-11100-1 25-1 50-1 60-1 20-1 a deft at the Post. Start fair. Won in a Canter. Winner Hayden Edwards Amelia p. Alberto Polly Woods. Place horse Imp. 7 a second race purse $400, which $75 second and $25 third for allies three years old Maidens allowed 12 lbs. 6 furlongs. Time 1 16%. 3 i 81 i ? 1 Horae and weight. Ltd p a % running position. Jockey and owner. Betting. % % If. pic. A 32�handspun, 117 5 2 3 2m 1 j. Gardner Kendall stable. 3-5 1-2a Mode Rocio. 117 1 1 1 2 Noble Morris amp co. 2-i 4-1jjane 117 6 6 4 4 3> a Walker Geo. Bennett amp co 10-1 25-1 3-1 vol Adora 117. 2 3 2 3 4 a. Clayton pastime stable. 6-1 7-1 1-1 outbreak 105. Fat 4 50 5< Ballard. 8-1 40-1 6-1 a _6 miss Norman 105.a a 2 4 6 6a 6 r. Jones j. G. Brown amp co. 60-1 60-1 10-1 knocked Many combinations higher than a Kite. The majority them made included Prince Carl As paper he figured a moral cinch. Charley Weber had the mount Lucky baldwins entry Santiago and he managed keep his mount in a Safe position throughout the race. The play the Winner was quite Strong and it cannot said that the rooms quit big Winner Over the defeat the favorite. Somebody sprang a tip the boys fancy dance in the third race at Nashville. It had such effect the boys that it was pounded Down 4 5. Nothing was known the horse and the Best Trie boys could do was labor the tip and take the Chance. Masque in the same race put up a Good race and will Bear watching in the future. Sir play was a hot favorite in the fourth race yesterday at Memphis and was quoted at 1 2. To was never dangerous in the i run off. And the Winner turned up in ten i Nison a 25 1 shot with Warren Point. Another Long shot second. May not come off. 1 q a third race the Chickasaw club Handicap a Handicap sweepstakes for three year Flo. Olds and upward $10 each if not declared out $600 added a which $100 second and $50 third entries tuesday april 9 weights and decl Afatia is wednesday april 10 11-16 mile. A a a 3 a it �4 horse and weight. running position. Jockey and owner. Betting. % % a F. 1st. Ill a pic. 83 Santiago 104 4 2 31 3 22 1� p c. Weber Santa Anita stable. 3-1 13-582iprince Karl. 107 7 5 5 5 4 3 2 a. Clayton Kendall stable. 2-5 2-5weils Street 96. 3 l5 l2 1 2> 3 Magnuson Ruddy Bros. 30-1 30-1 3-1 Wah Atchie 102 4 2> 2 31 4 4 Macklin A. Gay . 15-1 20-1 2-1oakwood 114 1 4 4 5 5 5 e. Taylor j. E. Cushing. 3-1 6-1 1-1 Start Good. Won handily. Winner Grinstead Clara Bow. 1 q fourth race purse $400, which $75 second and $25 third for two year Olds 5 id lbs below scale Maidens allowed 5 ibs 4 furlongs. Time 0 50%._ running position 7 6 17. 3 l1 1 3121 2 5 l2 l1 3 4 5 a. 5 4 6 77 5 3 2 a. 4 6 2 46 7 jockey and owner. Brooks Walbaum. Ballard Ruddy Bros. A. Clayton Morris amp co r. Jones Bennett. Chorn p. Dunne. Knapp Kenwa stable. 7 Freeman a k. Lewis. Tennyson 108. Warren Point 108 sir play 110 tradition 108 Driftwood 105 a Bonnie Jean 110 7 a sir Dilke 108._____________ Start Good. Won cleverly. Winner Lucy Jackson. No a fifth race purse $400, which $75 secondhand $25 third for three year Olds and upward weight for age horses entered sold for 1,000 1 mile. Time 1 44%. Betting. 1st.il�?T a pie. 50-1 50-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 4-1 1-2 1-125-1 25-1 6-1 10-1 10-1 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-1 25-1 25-1 6-1 the much talked match Between i r. Rice and Simmons. . Louis april 11.�?the great . Rice Simmons match race will probably declared off unless Walsh amp Celia owners Simmons can Square themselves with the turf Congress which blacklisted them yesterday for racing at Madison last Winter Walsh left hurriedly for Memphis today see the Congress. Fred Foster the owner Rice bet Walsh last night $1,000 even that Tambin would beat Simmons in the inaugural run at the fair grounds May 11. Jockey Tony Hamilton went Over Madison this morning work Simmons at three fourths a mile. Hamilton weighed about 120 pounds. sent Simmons along the first half mile in 0 54% and the next Quarter in 0 25%, covering the last eighth in 0 12% and the last sixteenth in 0 06. Or. Rice with a stable boy weighing 90 pounds up moved three fourths in 1 18%._ this is pitiful. Crowd that attends their regular meetings every wednesday evening at the North Cincinnati Turner Hall alleys. A suggest in a from one the Bowling club members is worthy notice that is that the Secretary each organized club in favor organizing an Amateur league for next season also persons intending form clubs will please Send names the sporting editor a the Tribune a who will publish the names after two weeks and will arrange a meeting All concerned take Steps toward organizing such an association. Frank Frietsch who is prevented from taking part in his favorite sport an injured leg upon hearing the defeat both the clubs in the. West end one which he is a member announced that he will form a cripple club members with broken and legs and will Challenge the Defeated clubs. Now that the Bowling season is almost at a close the enthusiasts will Boom the alleys at the various summer resorts upon which great improvements Nave been made recently. The new steel plate alleys recently invented Are attracting much attention. The plates Are arranged that they can adjusted perfectly level Means a key before each game if necessary. Klein the Plaza club Chicago in a recent match game made the remarkable score 300 in ten innings the highest that can possibly made. Gideon Batch. Come Sev come �?Tlev.�?�. Giants and reds played a game craps. No not that exactly but the score was 7 11 against the pages Ewing Wilt play again today. Horse and weight. O 3 3 running position. % i . Jockey and owner. Bettin 5 Imp. Percy 125--- 14 l1 2 4 33 is glad. 106 ,.6 4 3> 4 4 2 ? 12 1� i1 3 4 5 5 5 3 4 High test 118. 5 6 6 6 5 5 a Neutral 103 a a n 3 3 2 21 w4 a 3s� is a Bergen e. Corrigan. Graham. Chorn p. Dunne. Walker log. Bennett amp co Johnson. A. Clayton p. Corrigan. 1st. Ill pic 1-1 4-54-1 5-1 8-1 15-1 15-1 20-1 15-1 60-18-5 2-1a bolted. Start fair. Won handily. Winner Frontier rustic Agnes. A sixth race Selling purse $400 6 furlongs. Time 1 16. Horse and weight. Air running position. I i a booze 106. 10 i Burrell a Billet 112 a Long ago 107 5 Mote 106 10 a Jennie w., 107 Rossmore 92 5 a Wightman 112. 103 advocate 106. 10 a Revenue 109 a Billy Bennett 109. Royal flush 109. Start Good. Won in a mild drive. Billet Clio. A % . Jockey and owner. Lebergen G. Reed a a a c. Weber Oswell stable. Ballard Jas. E. Pepper. Chorn Donahue. Donahue c. F. Sanders. T. Murphy Walbaum. E. Taylor j. E. Cushing. Freeman Smith amp Ferguson. R. Jones j. E. Poindexter. Walker Geo. Bennett amp co we. Fears a r. Rice. Winner Imp. Cheviot Nixie. 5 6 5 4 l1 l1 2 3. A a 0 2 3 32 l1l2 31 11 8 6 a a. 5 4 4 5 77 5 9 4 4 a a a 3 6 2 1 2l 6 7 8 9 9 9 8 7 7 8 8 9 6 11 11 11 10 10 �?~10 1010 �11 betting. 1st. La pic. 2-1 2-1 4-1 5-2 i i 30-1 50-1 15-1 10-1 8-1 3-1 5-2 8-1 3-1 15-1 15-1 5-1 6-1 20-1 6-1 10-1 15-1 5-1 4-1 6-1 2-1 30-1 25-1 8-1 25-1 60-1 20-1 Young Trainer goes insane Over the death Mcclelland a Colt. Special a the Lexington ky., april 11.�?joe Dennison a Young White Man 32 years old who has been caring for Byron Mcclelland a thoroughbred Brood mares and Colts for several years became insane today account the Accident the Longfellow Sallie Mcclelland Colt last monday whereby it had destroyed. Dennison was very much attached the Colt and says he will have make Good Mcclelland the $10,000 at which the youngster was valued. imagines he is wealthy and wants build churches in several the surrounding towns. was arrested and will sent the Lunatic Asylum. Columbus the fore. Place horse Phillips maid Honor make the Pace. In the Himara 95 pounds Kandor 9o Reform stretch Epona came fast and won galloping. 110 sue Kittie 102 the scalper 98. By three lengths. Considering that the a track was not fast the time 0 49%, indicates results at a Frisco that the filly will Bear watching in some Gan francisc0 april Fine the stakes in which she is entered up the line. The Pepper stable scored its first Victory the meeting with lady Pepper in the third race. She was the second Choice and taking the Lead soon after the Start a All the Way Ridden out. Fleischmann amp son pulled off a Good thing with Ray 8. In the fourth race. The horse was a Strong favorite at 3 5, and won in a Romp. Although the books made Jaja the favorite for the fifth race the form players put their Money Tom Elmore the 2% 1 second Choice. The latter ran in the Bunch weights assigned for tomorrows races Are As follows a r first race Selling for three year Olds % mile ind. Horses. It. Ind. Horses. It. Kanara. 92 Reading 107santa Cruz 92 a. L. Munson109 12 rouble. 104pretender 1.109 12 shield bearer.104de connolly109 5= Jim Henry 106 5 Bedford 109 i28 Garza .107 Silversmith .112 second race Selling for two year Olds % mile 4 Sallie marsh�?Tl.105 43 Stella .110 7 Carrie c105 2s the dog.110 2 Royal Choice.108 Fred Barr 113 2 Cotton King 108 third race a Arlington hotel stakes for three year Olds and upwards 1 mile will close 9 . Today. Fourth race for two year Olds % mile. Milton .109 13 Del Coronado.115sarace Nesca 112 9s Beckey sharp�.115 rewarded 112 4 Lela dell115 fifth race for three year Olds and wards % mile. Miss clark104 Josephine 104oxford 106 10 Hodgson 106 10 Dick Behan 107 a the stretch when he came fast and won 4vas he pleased. Summaries entries at Memphis. Memphis,., Tenn. April 11.--the entries first race Selling 5% furlongs George Miller 112 pout is slaughter6 1, Wott time 2 10%. Easily a length and a half Martha Griffin 100 Cassin 6 1, second Leonell 104 turner3 2, third. Time 1 09%. Ben Wilson Tea set guilty Domingo Necedah la Gartia Bobby Burns and Marden pet also ran. King Craft and Oak View were left at the Post. Second race four furlongs Epona 105 pounds perkins7 5, won easily three lengths maid Honor 105 thorpe6 1, second Lutie Lewis 105 Grahame 8 1, third. Time 0 49%. Dorothy. Imp. A sugar Cassie Neil Loyal Princess priestess sister Rosalind and Addie me. Also ran. Princess Yama was left at the i Post. Third race one mile lady Pepper 99 pounds cassin2% 1, won Ridden out a length Tancred 98 h. Williams6 1, second Sam v., 100 turner30 1, third. Time 1 45. Fancy dance Joco and masque also ran. Fourth race Selling 7 furlongs Ray s., 112 pounds thorpe3 5, won galloping a length and a half curator 98 h. Williams12 1, second Rasper 105 Turner Buckly 107 6 1, third. Time 1 30. Imp. Wolsey 10 Joe woolman.l99 Ashland sewing girl Eva And Michael. Portugal .109 also ran. Floreanna 110 fifth race seven and one half furlongs Tom Elmore 102 pounds perkins2% 1, attendance Good track fast. Summaries 1 first race Selling purse $300 5% furlongs sea Spray 100 pounds Griffin won May Day 113 piggott4 1, second Lodi 91 chevalier10 1, third. Time 1 08%. Second race Selling 5% furlongs Howard coady8 1, won Huntsman 97 pounds Chevalier 5 to2, second Seraphim 95 isom9 1, third. Time 1 08. Third race Selling 1 mile Mulberry 105 pounds sloan2 1, won Marietta 81 shepard3 1, second Faro 103 lloyd20 1, third. Time 1 42%. Fourth race tidal stakes 1% mile flashlight 112 pounds Carr. 1 8, won flir Tilla 117 griffin6 1, second. Up s1xth race Maidens % mile. Eshana .117 r Hay rack 119apache .117star ruby.122virgie filly------117ozark .123dean Swift.119blue and gray122grenada 119 a a Tribune tips. . Asaph. Ltd . Michael will Fonso. Gimme Florene. Hoey Wernberg. Sir Dixon . 6ummer time Montezuma. Gov. Russell Reform. Memphis. Read Ina Silversmith. Cotton King carte c. Becky Sharp Del Coronado. Dick Behan Josephine. Apaches Dean Swift. Nashville. Amelia May . Maxim. Ben Wilson Vida. A excuse Landseer. Peytonia Tom Elmore. Lottie Mills Probasco. T won handily a length . Work 91 a. Barrett10 1, second Jaja 105 slaughter8 5, third. Time 1 36. Lay tatters Jis red Cap Pittsburg and Glenoid also ran. Entries for Friday. First race five and one half furlongs Addie Buchanan 97 pounds Elano 106 Melody Amelia May 109 each Metropole 111 j Mollie b., 112 . Maxim moloch 144 each it Imp. Satellite 117. Second race Selling 6 furlongs la a Van 91 pounds Belle Star 93 insomnia 97 Metropolis 99 Lebajo 102 Winfield Alethia Allen 104 each i commode Vida Ben Wilson 107 each Herman tramp 109 each the ban 110. Third race four furlongs hand maid Ida Reynolds lady Isabella air tight Lizzie Logan 103 pounds each cutaway 106 excuse Helena Belle Landseer Harry j Jones 108 each Glacier . Holmes 111 fourth race Selling 11-16 mile tremor \ 100 pounds Cattaraugus 102 Lay Tom Elmore 108 Lonsdale 109 saxophone 110 Peabody 112 the ban 113 Peytonia 115. Fifth race Selling % mile tri facial 91 pounds la Garcia 100 Alice d., Lottie Mills 103 each Probasco George l., Domingo Tea set 105 each Van Buren 108 Marks. 99. Fifth race hurdle 1% mile . Jacob 135 pounds hennessy4 5, won Esperance 105 Casey3 1, second Mero 141 spence8 5, third. Time 2 18. Sixth race Selling 6 furlongs Experiment gelding. 111 pounds sloan10 1, won Codette filly 89 isom6 5, second Prima Donna 112 f. Carr8 1, third. Time 1 14%. East . Louis results. East . Louis april 11.�?following results at . Louis first race five eighths a mile Blue Stone won John Lynch second Lizzie Third. Time 1 07%. Second race three quarters a mile miss Mayma won tradesman second Timothy third. Time 120%. Third race thirteen sixteenths a mile Monk Overton won May Blossom second Barney Laramay third. Time 1 27%. Fourth race five eighths a mile Jim Berry won major Dropps second Hacienda third. Time. 1 06%. Fifth race three quarters a mile Hesperia won Hercules second the Rook third. Time 1 20%. Hughey my Carrens tri culo East . Louis. Herndon Queen Bess. Say when notre Dame. Con my Sweeney Blake. Sir Charles Beeton. Smugglers Billy Sunderland. New York tips. The most consistent performer at Alexandria. Special a the Washington C., april 12.�?today was Banner Day at the track a Large crowd being present. The Long delay at the Post in the second race killed benjamins chances and Wood chopper. A 3 1 Chance won driving. Prince John could not raise a Gallop in the third race and Murphy gave an exhibition York april 11.�?the papers give tips bad Riding Jim Mclaughlin. If the fridays races As follows a reins had broke Mclaughlin would have Mercury galloped in. At a Hughey Mccarren cored another Victory term in. With his fast horse tri culo. opened al will Fonso. At 5 2 and Hughey backed him 6 5, a winning Over $5,300 the result. Richard tto a a in i a Penny won $3,500 Tegg Gegg. Isaac a fifth Doi a Kearney equity. Jones arrived from Memphis today. said hon Erley a Remter i he had not applied the Turr Congress sixth race the scalper governor rus a for admission the Congress. Summaries a ill it first race six and a Quarter furlongs journal. Clansman 99 pounds 2 1, won Duke at . Asaph a John 104, 3 1. Second Cadet. Ill 6 1, i , Wood chop Penny. Werner. _ j i 1 Ford fourth race de Kearney sir Ditori . Fifth race summertime. Premier i sixth race sue Kittie governor Russell. Advertiser. At . Asaph first race copyright will Fonso. Second race Gimme. Bandala. Third race Captain Brown Wernberg. Fourth race Captain t., equity. Fifth race Premier summertime. Sixth race a governor Russell the scalper. Out form. Pooling at Louisville. Special a the Louisville ky., april 11.�?following Are the pools sold at the turf Exchange Nashville Memphis and . Asaph Nashville. First . Maxim $15 Amelia May $10 Elano Mollie b., $6 each Metropole $4 Addie Buchanan Melody $3 each moloch $2 Imp. Satellite $1. Second Vida $10 tramp $5 Herman $4 Field $6. Third Glacier $15 . Holmes $10 Landseer $3 Field $5. Fourth Cattaraugus $10 tremor Tom Elmore $8 each Lay $6 Peabody $2 Field. $3. Fifth Lottie Mills $10 la Gartia Van Buren $6 each Mark s., Domingo $5 each Field $2. Memphis. First rouble $15 Reading $10 Edmund Connelly $8 shield bearer Garcia $6 each Jim Henry $4 Field $2. Second Fred Barr $15 the dog. $8 Field $5. Third Del Coronado $15 Becky Sharp Dela Dell $6 each Milton $5 rewarded m., Field $2 each. Fourth Dick Behan $25 Josephine $8 miss Clark Oxford $5 each Buckly Field $3 each. Fifth no pooling. . Asaph. First . Michael $15 copyright $8 Nus will Fonso $6 each darkness Kilkenny $3 each Field $2. Second Florence hero $10 each Gimme Charma Field $5 each. Third Hugh Penny $20 Wernberg $15 Captain Brown $10 Sandown $6 Field $5. Fourth de Kearney $20 equity $15 Captain t., sir Dixon $5 each mid Star $2. Fifth no pooling. Sixth governor Russell $10 a amp nor the scalper Field $5 each. Easily Defeated Piqua in a game Basket Ball. Special a the Columbus o., april 11.�?the Piqua y. M. A. Basket Ball team played a return game in the local y. M. A. Gymnasium tonight before an audience 300 people who were much pleased with the Success the Columbus boys that they were fairly crazed with Deight and sex Gress their feelings More audibly blew tin Orns beat the floor with Indian clubs Wood dumb Bells bar Bells etc., until the a noise was almost deafening. The Home i team was Able play All around the visitors Many their passes being remarkable while their Ronnii g throws were Excel j Lent and in blocking the Ball when the visitors had Possession it they were a almost perfect. In less than a half minute after the game started a. Deloffre made the first goal a moment after another was added the score the same team. By this time the i visitors braced up a Little and Hunter Suc a need in making one off a foul. The j first half ended with the score 5 2 in a i Vor Columbus. The second half started out most favor ably for the visitors As they succeeded in i scoring two goals in As Many minutes while the members the Home team opened their eyes with amazement and concluded try their hand at making goals a while and succeeded beyond their fondest expectations scoring goal after goal until this kind playing became monotonous. A sigh Relief was Felt when referee Spangler said a time is after flu ring out the result it was found Columbus made a total 9 goals while Piqua claimed 3, finishing the game 14 5 in favor Columbus. The following is the position the two teams Piqua Hughes Home Bowdler right Forward Hunter left Forward Mitchell Captain. Center Jelleme right Back Smith left Back Lintt goal Brelsford and Small substitutes. Columbus Okey Home Thomas right Forward Gilmore left Forward a. Deloffre Captain Center Karschner right Back Telman left Back Deloffre goal Hoglan Magley and Jordan substitutes. Goals Columbus from Field a. Deloffre 8, Gilmore 4, Okey 1 from fouls a. Deloffre 1. Piqua from Field Hughes 2, j Bowdle 1 from fouls Hunter 2. Fouls co i Lumbus Okey 1, Thomas 1. Karshner 8, Terman 3, Deloffre 2. Piqua Bowdle 1, Jelleff 4, Smith 1. Umpire Percy Todd. Piqua. Referee prof. Elmer e. Shangler Columbus. Secretary Mell harsher Columbus. Time games two Twenty minute halves. After the game the Home team handsomely entertained the visitors. Maher and Donnell match. The contest take place May j 30 before the Atlantic club. The contest Between Peter Maher and Steve Donnell is now a certainty As last night Peter received the following Arti a cles which were signed. The articles Are As follows suspensions sanctions and other doings racing Board. Philadelphia april 11.�?the official weekly bulletin the bicycle racing Board is As follows a George Fitzsimmons Charlotte C., is suspended from class a pending investigate Oscar Osen san Francisco is suspended from class pending investigation. Sanctions granted. July 3, 4, 5�?ohio division meet Canton March 39�?Memphis a Memphis Tenn. May 24, Fountain ferry association Louisville. By. Y a ,. _ september 11, 12. 13, 14�?fountain ferry association Louisville . September 2�?portsmouth a. C., Portsmouth A _ july 4_bay City P. Association Bay a Jav it a Columbia a. C., Washington May 30�?cleveland wheel club Cleve la National circuit july 8, 13 Asbury Park J., National meet. July 20�?baltimore, Baltimore c. July 25�?Steubenville, o., Steubenville a. A july 27�?cleveland, July 30�?Dayton, o., Dayton bicycle club. August 1�?waufeeoh, o., Wauseon c. August 3�?Toledo, o., Toledo c. August 5�?ft. Wayne ind., it. Wayne c. August 7�?South Bend ind., South Bend c. August 9, 10�?chicago, associated clubs. August 13, 14-Mjnneapolls, minn., Minnesota limited c c. August 16, 17-rmarinette\ wis., Wisconsin division meet. August 19, 29�?milwaukee, wis., associated cycling clubs. August 22, 23�?mt. Clemens mich., it. Clemens wheelman. Lavigne arrested every coloured baseball Crank in Cincinnati was engaged in a game a a craps last evening and today 7-11-13 will played in every policy shop in and about the City. Matters could have been fixed better for a fitting ending a game in which coloured players participated. A come Sevy come a Levy a could heard after the seventh inning and sure enough that was the score when the giants mounted their fowlers and proceeded in single file toward town. There were perhaps 300 people out see the contest and were rewarded with a game that was at times Good and again ludicrous. Parrott twirled five innings for the local players and was found at will. On the contrary Miller for the visitors was something an Enigma and had he received Good support the reds would have had a different tale Tell. To e Page Fence giants is an aggregation Ball players made up for advertising the Page Woven wire Fence and is composed largely players who have at one time another been the pay Roll the cuban giants. They played a fair game considering that it was their second contest the year. At any rate they held the reds Down much better than any other team that has played i Ere and will draw a Good crowd today. The score follows Flea save your car fare Riding a bicycle. Save it a Stearns. It is sure suit you. It has All the merits and none the faults. A All accepted worlds time records from 100 Yards one mile have been won the Stearns. Miles 136 West seventh Street Cincinnati 0. A Cincinnati. . R. In. . A e Latham 3b 5 1 1 2 2 0 Mcphee 2b. 3 1 0 3 1 0 spies la. 5 1 1 9 2 0 Holliday . 3 2 2 0 0 Hoy if. 2 4 0 0 Smith is. 2 0 1 4 2 Merritt a. 2 1 0 4 2 0 Hograever . 5 0 3 1 0 0 Parrott a. 3 0 1 0 0 Phillips a. 9 0 2 0 0 totals. .36 11 13 26 13 giants. . R. In. . A. E. Taylor la. 4 0 1 9 0 2 Fowler 2b____ it 4 0 0 6 2 2 Johnson . 1 1 0 5 1 Brooks . 4 2 1 3 0 0 Malore 3b 4 1 3 1 1 0 Nelson . 4 1 1 1 1 0 Hopkins if. 4 1 1 0 1 0 Burns a. 4 0 2 4 0 0 Miller a. 1 2 0 2 1 Howland p 0 0 0 2 0 totals. 37 7 12 24 14 6 a Taylor ran out line. Innings. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cincinnati .0 0 0 3 5 u 1 0 �?11 p. F. Giants. 2 0 0 3 2 0 9�?7 a charge. not paying a Fine in a former fight. Cal Cap april 11.�?just As kid Lavigne was dressing after his fight with Jerry Marshall tonight at the Triangle club detectives forced an Entrance a and placed the fighter under arrest. The warrant was for fighting with Eddie Myers at Dana 111., february 11, 1893 Lavigne was much incensed and declared that he had paid the prosecuting attorney that place $250 for a supposed Fine resulting from the fight and that he had a receipt for the same. The prisoner was brought the City Hall and at a late hour the efforts obtain Bonds Werp unsuccessful. Y. M. A. Athletic jottings. Earned a Ursa Cincinnati 2, giants 4. Three base hit Hoy. Two base hits Holliday Hoy Malone Johnson. Stolen bases a Mcphee Holliday Hoy Smith Hograever. Base balls off Miller 5, off Howland 1, off Phillips 1. Struck out Parrott 2, Phillips 1, Howard 1. Passed balls Burns. Double plays Johnson Fowler Taylor. Umpire Sheridan. Time games two hours. Baseball gossip. Turf gossip. Col. Sandford was recently elected vice president Latonia. The excitement caused the shooting Sandford yesterday afternoon had such effect some the employees different rooms that they forgot their Busi land first 1 sha.rpmll�managed ppr s/?,p.08t the incident How Irp Fly detected and before any. .�v,c�6�?~ a a a a a the boards h/t10ney could placed wheelman Newport and Covington. This bounced. In and the Winner an a cause will entirely absent in the Case the first Road race Given in Newport new York april 9. J we the undersigned Peter Maher . Ireland and Steve Donnell Australia do hereby agree engage in a Glove Eon a test under the general rules know As the Marquis Queensberry the said contest it limited Twenty five rounds. The said contest take place the evening i thursday May 30, 1895, under the auspices the Atlantic athletic club a Coney Island Y. We further agree accept the contest for 50 per cent the Gross receipts taken in at the doors the Atlantic athletic club Arena situated in i the building known As the sea Beach place Coney Island. The said 50 per cent the Gross receipts divided the under f signed As follows 75 per cent the Winner and 25 per cent the loser. We also agree Box with the gloves j the Atlantic athletic club agrees furnish the weight same five ounces it and that the match shall at catch weights we further agree Post a forfeit a $259 each with John p. Eckhardt matchmaker and Secretary the Atlantic athletic club thereby guaranteeing our appearance in the ring the Day and at the time set for said contest fought namely at i 10 clock May 30. Either Side failing comply with this agreement forfeits the Money in the hands i the stakeholder j. P. Eckhardt the i party who is ready and willing fulfil his part the agreement. A veial8�rete that the official referee the club shall referee the said contest and further that we shall abide his rulings and decision. Provisions in these articles can held void alterable without the consent both parties. Peter Maher j Atlantic athletic club will Post a forfeit $o00 in the hands a1 Smith As a guarantee pull off the above contest satisfaction All concerned and will forfeit the Money Maher Donnell in the event either not acting As they agree. John p. Eckhardt. Newport Light infantry will give a ten mile Road race open All. The bicycle racers Cincinnati have always Felt More less sore Over the fact i that they were debarred from competing j in the numerous Road races Given the j race six and a Quarter Furlong pm a a a pc san big a quot j8oh�noni Khz a sofa a a a a quot tet auraire turd. Time 1 21. Lar Man the turf was never the River it wil1 a ten mile Handicap fourth race one mile Thurston 108 pounds 4 5, won Vestibule 194, 10 1, second Pat Woodcock 104, 10 1, third. Time. 1 43%. Fifth rate a six and a Quarter furlongs pm Ritz 99 pounds 8 5, won Jimmy James 102, 8 5, second Bellagio 99, 3 1. Third. Time 1 20%. Sixth race six and a half furlongs tri culo 110 pounds 6 5. Won Bronston 104, 5 2, second West Side 110, 5 2, third. Time 1 23%. Asaph entries for Friday. First race five and one half furlongs restraint 116 pounds darkness 111 copyright 123 Herkimer 97 . Michael 112 will Dillon was flooded with Ferfes quot thereof 1er . Sandford a connection with the Tonia jockey club dates Back for Many years and he has always been a area �?o"8. Road race open the world course Over 4 Alexandria Pike from ten mile House finish at Newport there will thirty prizes including three medals and Diamond for time prizes. The Diamond will Given As first time prize also two scholarships different schools. The Date has been fixed starter Dwyer overlooked a horse r two yesterday. Special a the Nashville Tenn., april in the races at _. Cumberland Park today were witnessed , 116. Deno 100 Tancred a a Small crowd though the weather was Fine it it Nso 115 Kilkenny ill Lochinvar 110. And the track Good. Two favourites As i Sec it it and race half mile Gimme 105 Many second choices and an outsider landed quot punds lambent. 101 Bandala 97 Florene the Money. Starter Dwyer had an off Dav Hera Charma miss Lynch 95 each leaving Necedah and Oakview at the Post third race five eighths mile Hoey 110 in the first race and Princess Yama in the pounds Wernberg 111 Sandown 106 Hugh second. The Talent played Leonell in the Penny 111 Paladin 119 factotum 101 first race but the Best the Mare could do Captain Brown 114. Was finish third George Miller and fourth race one mile mid Star 101 Martha Griffin. The latter went the pounds Captain t., de Kearney 112 each front in the last eighth and won easily. Equity 107 sir Discon jr., 105. Who next Wilsey ranks As i fifth race one mile Premier lib pounds Che Best two Yeai old at the track won the brisk 110 Montezuma 110 summertime second race hands Down Perkins got her u5 torrello 110 Leonidas off in front but Goon took her Back and let i sixth race six and one half Furlong years and Nas always been a great admirer horse races. has acted As director and in fact held Many honorable positions in that club. At the recent meet it org the stockholders he. Was elected vice for saturday. June 8, in the afternoon if fies ident . And a More i weather is agreeable. Entry Blanks will capable Man could not Haye been selected i soon out and can found in club fill the place colonel Lon Tarlton. Houses and bicycle stores it will one the terrible affair yesterday has with the largest races the season entry fee out question taken a very popular and Well fifty cents. Smirk Iee Learned turf Man from the ranks office which he was successfully planning fill since his election. Long among the most prominent visitors at the track yesterday were hon. F. Fleischmann and 8. Barnes who for years held the position presiding judge at Latonia. Or. Barres is devoting most his time these Days the Breeding business and thinks he has a very Good lot represent his establishment this season. On their return from the track they stopped off at Bollinger a and made several successful plays. Or. Fleischmann is not a bit afraid Thorpe failing when he has a horse under him up a race a jut when a dead one and the people think he should win he a not blamed. The third race yesterday at Memphis Bowling notes. Since the defeat the West end bowl in amp club the Kegel Klub Frosh which resulted in the following score which is the grand total four games ten innings each 10 pin strike and spare system West end Bowling club 4,806. Kegel Klub Frosh 5,128, the West end boys Are not Idle. Their renewed Energy and disposition Send another Challenge proves their Quality and will bring them top again. In the meantime the Frosh Klub members Are Jollif Ying Over their Victory Over the aspirant champions. The lithographic fraternity is falling in line with the promoters the Bowling Art in Cincinnati As is evidenced the Large a Robert j. Schledorn has resigned As president the y. M. A. Athletic club. A Buck Tingley the crack Amateur Catcher has signed with the y. M. A. Team. A there will an important meeting the Basket Ball team at the y. M. A. Tonight. A Dayton y. A c. A baseball team will probably Cross bats tilth the local y. M. A. Aggregation this season. A . Crawley addressed the Anatomy class the y. M. A. Gymnasium last night at the y. M. A. Rooms. A weather permitting some the y. M. A. Sprinters will take a run out Eden Park thursday night under the direction Trainer Barber. A Newport y. M. A. Is endeavouring get up a bicycle Road race this summer and wants the Cincinnati y. M. A. Wheelman join them. A Thomas Weir and we. N. Benedict the y. M. A. A. A. C., wish it announced that they will not do any running this Pear. They Are devoting their time cycling. A the y. M. A a. Basketball team will Given a supper at the residence prof. L. Shearer in Honor the number victories they have achieved this season. A Spring fit do y. M. A. Wants form a state athletic association and asks for Cincinnati a co operation. They Are also making an Effort secure the state meet labor Day. A messes. Riley Wheaton and Cooper have Beeh appointed a committee bicycling for the y. M. A. They will Endeavor secure some crack riders for the club this season. A Howard Sharp the crack Romney the Cincinnati gymnasium expects enter the one Hundred Yards dash at the coming College Hill meet May is. Barber will have a Chance meet his old rival. A they . Of c. Game at the old Avenue Park next saturday afternoon promises a hot struggle. Both institutions will have a big crowd rooters hand Root for their respective teams. A a mass meeting the residents Riverside will held tonight make final arrangements towards securing the y. M. A. Athletic Park. It is understood colonel Fleischmann will make an offer that will put All the others in the Shade. A a petition signed seventy five the most Active members the y. M. A. Athletic club and gymnasium has been forwarded the y. M. A. Committee grounds recommending that they accept the Riverside offer for the athletic grounds account the Fine facilities for boating and swimming the committee will make a final decision the site monday. A the residents a Adamsville Are petitioning the y. M. A. Committee grounds consider a proposition locate the athletic Park the site the old David Sedam Homestead which contains four acres. A substantial Brick building containing fifteen1 rooms with Broad Halls stands this location and could easily turned into a clubhouse. Its River front is said the Best and safest in the South being free from All Ripples and eddies. The committee looks upon it favourably for this reason and it May count a Point against Riverside. Next sundays a a Tribune a Twenty four pages with Superb Art supplement a Hawck Inlang auditors Outing club. A new sporting club has recently been organized composed officers and at taches the county auditors office and i four five others not connected with the office. It is called the auditors Outing club and the membership is limited a Twenty five. The object the club is afford its members outdoor sport such as1 fishing and boating and it is not dissolved As Long As there Are nine members in Good standing. The president is j. D. Syllman Secretary j. E. Poland treasurer we. A. Hopkins master Camp Herman Wuebben the club has leased a suitable spot for camping grounds Between Branch Hill and Epworth Heights and the Little Miami Railroad and the River which there Are two buildings and there will he an Outing the club about the 1st july when things Are Dull in the auditors office. Bazaar Headquarters. The Headquarters for the humane Bazaar j will hereafter at 29 West fourth Street where mrs. Thomas Worcester can found from 9 ., 4 . Each Day. All business connected with the Bazaar will transacted 1 the above number. Witness disappears. Special a the Lexington ky., april 11.�?sheriff William Sledd Montgomery county took James Roach and Dick Foreman it. Sterling tonight where their trials begin tomorrow. They Are the men who Wei indicted for Lynching Tom Blair. John Pangburn the electric Light Engineer who claimed have recognized Foreman As the Man who ordered the Elf citric lights turned off during the Lynching has left it. Sterling and nobody knows where he has gone. was the main witness for the Commonwealth. Forgery alleged. Special a the Toledo o., april 11.�?m. N. Uttley Cecil o., a Well known democratic politician has been indicted the grand jury Paulding o., a charge forging school warrants. Uttley was treasurer the Cecil school Board. The amount the alleged forgery is $233. Buck Ewing a injury will amount nothing and he will seen the Diamond again today. The swelling his foot has All receded and he could have played Ball yesterday had he been willing take any chances aggravating the swelled place the Day before. Buck said yesterday that he never Felt better in his life and could get out and play As Well As he Ever did were it necessary. It is astonishing How such a Little thing As this happening can decrease interest in any one Days attendance. Had it not been for the published accounts in the papers there would have been Many More people see the game than there was. Not that Buck is the whole team but Cranks do not care see a club demoralized broken up and will stay away in consequence. Upon the list the Page Fence giants is one the oldest Ball players the Diamond today. This Man is a a buds Fowler. is 48 years age and began playing Ball in 1869. His first professional engagement was with the White Oaks Lynn mass., and he has been in harness Ever since. Fowler has played in every City any importance in America and expects the Diamond when Anson is dead and burled. Tomorrow. The reds will have for opponents the Cincinnati gyms and the athletes Are expectant being Able make a better showing than did the teams from the y. M. A. And a varsity. There Are any amount a a rooters for the team and they will make Rome howl with their cries for Victory. The teams will get at each other something like this Cincinnati. Gyms. Spies .Catcher.,. Euphrat Foreman . Best Ewing first d base Ransom Smith shortstop. Yeisei Latham Hoy left Holliday Center Field. Henry Hograever right Field. Brewer the game Between the University Cincinnati and the y. M. A., which will take place saturday afternoon at the old Avenue grounds is attracting considerable attention and a great crowd is expected present both from the University and the y. M. A., cheer their favourites. The game promises a hot and exciting one As the teams Are about evenly matched and each will try Down the other for a Victory Means much each institution. Both teams Are made up excellent material and Are the Best that have Ever worn the colors these Well known institutions Cincinnati. The game will called promptly at 2 45 . To admission will charged. Coleraine Avenue cars will take you within one Square the grounds. The following players will take part in the game University Hayes third base Hannaford Short Stop Lloyd Pitcher Straehley Center Field Ross second base Johnson nest base Thomas Center Emerson left Field Richards right Field Captain j. Richards . Godar third base Foster right Field Captain Field Tingle Center Higgins second base Lloyd Short Stop Godar first base Reissen Center Field Ratterman Pitcher. R. Stack the phenomenal Pitcher the University notre Dame baseball club Laporte ind., is considering several propositions play professional Ball during the months june july August and september. It is possible that stack will Given a trial the new York management. The baseball season at notre Dame will open april 22 with the University Michigan. Rush medical College will follow May 2 and Champaign May 9. Many letters have been received asking for a the Tribune pocket schedules and failing enclose stamp that it is again necessary state that a common a Ordinary Blue stamp costing 1 cent must sent with All requests for schedules mail. Already the number distributed amounts Over 10,000, but there Are still plenty them had for the asking at the counting room 1 cent mail. Every one should get a copy. Besides containing a Complete schedule the reds at Home and abroad there is valuable information regarding the suburban and K. Leagues. The Page Fence giants who put up such a stiff game against the reds yesterday would like a game for decoration Day either at Hamilton Dayton with the wrong est team. Address Telegraph until Apil 16 at grand rapids mich., at Minneapolis. Ren Willis a member the eels will Iriven a trial manager Fowler the Pitre Fence giants today. Right Field will he the place contested for. A Large number his coloured friends will go out and Root for his Success. A our amateurs. A the Gilbert stars will play the anchors. A there Are two letters at this office for a a. a will Vogel was released the buds thursday night. A Ben Hickman will play with the Page Fence giants tomorrow. A the elites would like have a game from any nine 13 years under. A Bernard gaily the Pitcher the Gilbert stars will sign with the anchors. A John Hennessey better known As a a Spike a has signed with the fifth Street heroes. A the Oaks have released Buzzy Smith and Davie Price the Battery As they have broke up. A the elites released James Ward and Burk account bad playing and will sign Read. A would like hear from two Good players whose Ages Are not Over 17. Address f. H., a indians ., would like sign a Catcher about 17 years old. Answer through these columns. A the alcoves would like a game for sunday with some Good nine under 15 years age. W. Shade care a if will Mckeown will Call at 713 Saratoga Street Friday evening at 6 6 30 clock he can get into a Good club. A the Bellevue centrals Challenge any team at 12 under. Please Call Otto Lange 29 division Street Bellevue . A the Newport red will accept the specials. Cascade whisky distilled in Tennessee and bottled the distillers. Last Sale waa Anu Ramer. Find a few esses left and iii close out for 85c bottle Worth $1.50. This week Only. Peebles. Rivals Challenge for May 5 for $5 and Ball. Address we a. Crighton 713 Saratoga Street. A the Monitor juniors would like hear from a Good Pitcher and Catcher about the age 13 years. Answer through a the a the athletics would like arrange a game for the 14th with the gyms manhat tans. Or Bond Hills. Answer through a Tho a the East end Grays would like meet the Baum Street sluggers tomorrow night. Address All challenges r. Ancker 74 lock Street. A a Young Man signing D. Would like play with any team whose players Are 8 years age Over. Address 329 West fourth Street. A the Little eagles would like have a game from any nine under 10 years age. Address All challenges James Mcguire 108 Park Street. A any Good Pitcher Catcher shortstop about 15 16 years old desiring play in a Good club Call address we. Crighton 713 Saratoga Street. A the Newport reds would like have a game with the Newport acorns Bellevue High schools. Address we. Crighton 713 Saratoga Street. A a Good All round player would like play in some Good Amateur team about the age 17 years. Address r. S., Faro sporting editor a a Tribune office. A the Echo club would like hear a team about 16 years age for a game for sunday april 14. Address All challenges e. Bohmer no. 670 Eastern Avenue. A the Mellwood would like hear from the Newport stars for sunday april 21. They will play them if they play Tho Liberty Street Bottoms for $2 a Side. A the Mayflower would like sign a Good second baseman and left fielder about 16 17. Years age. Call at front and Plum streets and inquire for Maley. A a Good and reliable first baseman de sires a trial with either Poplar stars some local Amateur team. Will give satisfaction. Address j. M. S., sporting editor a the Bellevue Browns would like have a game for sunday april 24, their grounds in Taylor a Bottoms Newport . Address George Creighton care Amp Freight office Cincinnati A the arrows would like get a game from the East end Edens for the 5th May for $2.50 a Side a Ball in the afternoon. Address All challenges Harry Barnes 215 East fifth Street. A the manhattans play the Poplar stars at Manhattan Park next sunday. Charlie Burns the Boxer who made such a Good showing against Tommy Hogan will Umpire the game. is the Choice the Poplar stars. A Gustave Mezger the crack pic flier the Harlem Coffee coolers would like pitch for the butchers. They would like a game from any team under 8 years age. Address All challenges Gus Mezger 191 East fifth Street. A the elites nine is arranged As follows pitchers Ryan and Stevens Catcher Berosky first base Dooly second base Ryan Stevens third base Tighe shortstop Mchugh right Field Finkele Center Field Reed left Field c. Murphy. A the East end Edens would like hear from Katzie a killers the it. Adams anchors Tennyson As soon As possible for thirty two cents each. Address letter 387 East third Street. Send in All challenges Fred Nussbaum manager. A Dieckmann a killers will play the York Street maroons for $25 a Side. Dickie has gotten up a Good team and a Good game May expected. Fussie the first baseman will play with them and you will see the boys put out. Moker the Little boy will pitch. A the Dalton have organized and will Elay the rosebuds sunday april 14. The a Alton players Are Favor p. Stile f. Henkel h. Duhme j. Saatkamp h. Hohman Grimme p. Mentrup j. Tiet Meyer a. Keckic j. Stile j. Art. Direct All challenges 57 Dudley Street. Any team under 17 years age. A the dwarfs would like have a game from any nine under 13 years age. Address All challenges through this paper. The players Are As follows f. , Pitcher Willson Catcher j. Mallony shortstop f. Bird first base h. Mcguire second base f. Hartly third base j. Leonard right Field Leonard Center Field j. Casedy left Field. A the Carthage anchors will play the brownies at Frank Mackes Bond Hill saturday. The anchors would like hear from nines under 14 years through the players Are Hastings first base e. Glancy. Second base j. Glancy shortstop r. Murphy third base David right Field Allen Center Field h. Davis Catcher tensing Pitcher and third base. A the Light tips will Cross bats with the Flower markets the Liberty Street Bottoms for $5 a Side. The Light tips will line up As follows catchers. Donnellon and Stanton pitchers a. Puttmann and j. Of Connor first base Ravey second base j. Ward shortstop j. Rogers third base a. Coons right Field a. Puttmann and j. Of Connor Center Field j. Donnellon and j. Stanton left Field Ravey. A the red stars have organized a Strong team for the coming season and would like have a game from any team under the age 18 years. Following Are the players lanky Heinlein left Field Sohall Center Field Chas. Distler right Field fatty Ulrich third base a. Sullivan second base Chas. Strietbeck first base shorty Hess shortstop Mullen Pitcher a. Hatmaker Catcher William Hess Captain and manager Mitchell building. Captains baseball teams will learn something their advantage addressing j. E. Poorman Cincinnati Gas men play Ball. The complaint men and meter tester the Cincinnati Gas company will play a game baseball sunday morning at Liberty Street Bottoms. The players Are complaint men. Testers. Lut Catcher. Brunning . Reichel Trimp Schroeder first base. Spreen Dick second base. Cordon. Stegen Miller third base. Hollie Field. Heeman Field. Kruse Rue wine right Field. Lingenfelter Forest Patchen dead. Rochester H., april 11.�?the Well known Trotter Forest Patchen owned j. T. Dentley this City broke a fore leg today and was killed. In 1882 and 1883 this horse was the fastest in new Hampshire with a record 2 19%. Pritchard sick. London april 11.�?ted Pritchard is sick and will unable fill his engagement Box Frank Craig the Harlem Coffee cooler saturday. Rat killing contest. Articles agreement entered into and. Between Louis Kohus party the first part and Jas. Gleason party the second part said contest take place in Public monday night april 22, at Addyston. Winner take All Gate receipts and purse. Articles Louis Kohus owner the Champion rat dog tramp agrees kill Twenty swamp rats in Twenty minutes forfeit purse. In Case rats Are not produced at 8 30 said night Jas. Gleason party the second part forfeits All claim the purse which is now held Sisson stakeholder. Louis Kohus Jas. Gleason. A witnesses j. Sisson it beholder Theo. Taylor. Next sunday a a Tribune a Twenty Sofir pages with Superb Art supple ment a Awakening Spring. Baby boy drowned. Special a the Steubenville o., april 11. A Charles the three year old son George Risher Mingo Junction while playing in the Yard this afternoon fell into a barrel water and was drowned. Impaired digestion repaired been bams a pills. T. A a

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