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AROUND TOWN.
The Primary Election of the
Republicans.
Opposition Tickets Placed in
the Field.
The Baseball (lame Between Two
Prominent Club Nines.
The San Francisco Visitors Defeated by
the California Team-Other News
of Interest.
Yesterday was a lively day for the Re
publicans who took an interest in the
primary election of delegates to the
county convention to beheld on Tuesday
morning. The polls did not open until
noon, but early in the day the spirit of
opposition got abroad in some of the
wards and gave promise of an interest
ing contest later on. The opposition in
the sixth ward put a ticket in the field
to compete with the caucus ticket, which
it was claimed was a one-sided affair.
Some of those numbered in the opposi
tion alleged that the caucus adjourned
with its ticket completed before it was
time for it to meet. Those who were at
the caucus said that it did not adjourn
until 9 o'clock. This statement did not
break down the opposition, but only
lent lire to its efforts.
In the third ward there were two
tickets out in the field against the cau
cus ticket, and the majority of the work
era in this ward were in favor of the
ticket that was defeated at the caucus.
The consequence was that it carried by
a majority of about thirty.
In the second ward the" opposition did
not have much of a backing, and the
caucus ticket went through with a ma
jority somewhere in the neighborhood
of 400.
The seventh ward opposition was also
unsuccessful, the voters preferring the
caucus ticket.
In, the first ward there was but one
ticket in the field, and it of course won,
as follows: C. N. Earl, W. W. Stock
well, W. H. Ledbetter, F. Marsh, S.
Smith, J. M. Clark, D. D. Morton, H. J.
Moore, W. Mondell, E. W. Clark, S. W.
Tyler, C. A. Teel, It. D. Carpenter, L.
H. Whitson, G. Weeks, S. M. Brown, F.
R. Willis, D. Jones. N. Browning, E. E.
Munsey, T. P. Lyons.
The ticket that won in the second
ward was as follows : Ot. P. McLain, C.
A. Stillson, J. M. Frew, Lee Rodgers,
Jack Best, F. H. McAlistcr.W. H. Davis,
A. L. Smith, P. M. Darcey, A. J. Nor
ton, Jack Skinner, J. N. Gregory, A.
Berry, D. W. Field, AY. 0. Dow, J. B.
Sanchez, C. Jones, B. W. Spiers, E.
Naud, John Morton, E. J. Niles, George
Atwood, Al. Graham, J. C. Wray, H. E.
Bemis, George Flood, S. Sepulveda, E.
H. Hutchinson, C. F. Rutan, AY. H.
Thomas, Jacob Soares, T. F. Phillips,
Smith Oliver, S. G. Millard.
The opposition ticket contained the
following names: Jack Best, S. G. Mil
lard, John Morton, J. N. Gregory, G. O.
Green, Harry lies, B. M. Marble, C. A.
Stillson, R. A. Brown, J. M. Frew, D.
AY. Field, C. C. Bonnell, Jack Skinner,
J. C. Harvey, G. P. McLain, Johnny
Cline, L. E. Mosher, D. C. Morrison,
Captain H. Hutton, E. H. Hutchinson,
B. AY. Spiers, F. AY. Cherry, A. J. Nor
ton, T. E. Phillips, Smith Oliver, Tom
Goss, Ed. AVright, George AVarner,
Frank Gibson, Robert Hamilton, Charles
White, C. B. Woodhead, E. Naud, S.
Hutton.
The successful ticket in the third
ward was as follows: F. J. Gilmore, H.
T. Hazard, AY. G. Cochran, AY. C. Fur
rev, E. H. Lamme, 0. M. Wells, George
M. Holton, A. C. Jones, Anson Bran
son, E. A. Forrester, George Pike, Rob
ert Owens, John Koster, Frank Mc-
Coye, AY. F. X. Parker, Frank AA r alker,
G. R. Shatto, AY. G. Schreiber, M. T.
Owens, AY. H. Bonsall, George L.
Arnold, F. P. Clemence, R. D. AVade,
Newell Nightingale, G. AY. Cooke, N.
AY. Stoweli, P. A. Stanton, S. A. Adams.
The caucus ticket was as follows: If.
T. Hazard, AY. H. Bonsall, AY. G. Coch
ran, E. A. Pomeroy, AY. C. Furrey, P^.
H. Lamme, W. W. Robinson, R. M.
Thompson, G. J. Griffith, C. M. AVells,
John Van Dam, George M. Holton,
Charles R. Johnson, AVilliamson Dunn,
A. C. Jones, Anson Branson, E. A. For
rester, J. M. Guinn, P. A. Stanton,
George N. Pettis, C. AY. Hicks, George
Pike, John Haynes, N. R. Vernon,
George H. Stewart, M. G. McKoon,
Emanuel Hill, F. J. Gilmore.
The third ticket contained the follow
ing names: General John Mansfield,
Fred Gilmore, I. Thompson, E. Clif
ford, S. K. Adams, Phil. Kramer, W.
D. Duff, AY. O. Merithew, T. N. Can
field, A. B. Conrad, Charles Gorham, C.
M. Fairbanks, G. W. Van Altine, John
Crimmins, Charles McNally, AY. L.
French, H. C. AVedgewood, Robert
Owens, A. Melsted, J. J. Houston, John
Bloeser, W. B. Hinkle, F. A. Salisbury,
Frank AValker, George N. Pettess, George
R. Shatto, George H. Arnold, AY. C.
Furrey.
Only one ticket was put forth in the
fourth ward as follows: C. C. Allen, A.
J. Copp,l. R. Dunkleberger,Fred Eaton,
J. Frankenfield, A. AY. Francisco, Chas.
Forrester, M. R. Higgins, George E.
Harpham, J. AY. Haverstick, E. P.John
son, M. G. Jones, J. A. Kelly, AY. S.
Moore, R. Mercer, H. Z. Osborne, N.
Sherman, E. L. Stern, George William
son, B. E. Ward.
The fifth ward ticket was as follows:
Judge AAtoF. Fitzgerald, Major George
H. Bone Wake, Freeman G. Teed, C. W.
Pendleton, Horace Hiller, Dr. H. Sinsa
baugh, Thomas A. Lewis.
The caucus ticket won in the sixth
ward as follows: J. A. Thornton,
W. L. AVolfe, E. P. Sutherland, William
Niles, G. R. Weeks, B. N. Smith, J. W.
Hinton, H. Boetcher, T. H. White, Dr.
Rozell.
The opposition ticket in this ward
was as follows: E. W. Fortune, George
Compere, J. L. Murphy> Louis Thome,
B. F. Kierulff, John Hall, Ed. Dalton,
F. B. Bickford, J. B. Ramsey, Ed.
Leake.
In the seventh ward the caucus ticket
also carried as follows: W. H. Warren,
C. Mahone, B. Smith, John Mcllmoil,
C. H. Humphreys, J. T. Brown, P. L.
Buddinger, J. J. Vernon, R. H. Slaten,
Scipio Thompson, James Cuzner, A. O.
Adams, J. W. Davis, J. P. Peck. J. P.
Wanvig, John Lovell, C, J. Kubach, F.
N. Pauly, F. A. Hamilton, C. F. Mun
son, H. C. Vignes, H. E. Stoors, F. A.
Dur.
The ticket known as the Fehneman
ticket was as follows: L. Ebinger, F.
N. Pauly, J. J. Gosper, C. H. Humph
ries, P. L. Budinger, J. T. Brawn, John
Mcllmoil, C. J. Kubach, John Lovell, F.
A. Hamilton, J. P. Wanvig, H. C.
Vignes, T. Burch, L. Ledbetter, T. Bay
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1890.
lies, P. Flammer, C. E. Clark, W. Rout
zahn,F. Games. J. F.Moody, F. Holden,
H. F. Hartzell, M. E. Jackson.
The eighth ward ballot was as follows:
J. M. Meredith, George R. Flint, R. J.
Northam, M. W. Brady, D. W. Mac-
Gowan, J. Manning, Oscar Macy,
George Lecour, L. J. Llewellyn D.
Champion, E. A. Melius, A. Arnold, T.
Summerland, Ernest Fleur, R. Miller,
Tony Bright, J. M. Murphy, Richard
Carter, Ed Booth, S. Arguillo, J. Johns,
George Willig, P. Jacoby, W. Llewellyn.
In the ninth ward the following ticket
was elected without opposition: Al
Workman, I. W. Foley, J. W. Hendrick,
R. E. Wirsching, Lester Osborne, Fred
H. Teale, N. H. Morrison, Frank Lopez,
F. E. Holloway.
BASEBALL.
The Game Between the Bohemians and
Californians.
The much talked of ball game between
representative nines of the Bohemian
Club of San Francisco, and the Califor
nia Club of this city, for the benefit of
the Newsboys' Home, was played at
Athletic park yesterday afternoon in the
presence of fully one thousand inter
eited spectators and resulted in the de
feat of the illustrious visitors by a score
of 19 to 13.
The victory of the local team was un
deniably due to their heavy batting,
against which the most puzzling curves
that the Bohemian pitcher could conjure
up were of no avail, no fewer than thir
teen hits being made off his delivery.
Of these four were made by Hendricks,
three by Graves, who made a clean home
run in the sixth inning, two by
O'Melveny, and one each by Lowry,
Sanderson, Cooley and Wachtel.
For the Bohemians, those who distin
guished themselves with the bat were
Ruth, who hit a beautiful three-bagger
between the outfielders; DePue, and
Pomroy, who was accredited with a
pretty two-bagger. The sensation of the
day's play, however, was the catch made
by the visitors' shortstop, Pomroy, who
gathered in a red-hot liner from Sander
son's bat in the fifth inning, retiring the
side with three men on bases.
The batteries were I)e Pue and Ruth
for the northerners and Hicks and
Graves for the local team; but in the
fifth inning Lowry was substituted for
Hicks, who went to pieces in the fourth
and allowed the visitors to pile up six
runs. De Pue pitched a very fair game
throughout, and his support was excel
lent. Lowry surprised even his own
side by his delivery,which was as steady
as that of an old professional, and
he is evidently destined to come
to the front in the ranks
of local pitchers in the near
future. The fielding of both teams was
excellent, and what few errors were
made were not of the glaring variety,
which usually mar the amateur exhibi
tion. Taken as a whole, the game was
a decided success, and it is much to be
regretted that the two teams cannot be
pitted against each other again.
Score:
BOHEMIANS.
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Dickmnn, 1. f 0 4 0 0 0 0
Story, 2 b 3 1 0 4 0 1
Ruth, c 5 3 2 ti 3 0
i'oruroy, s.s 3 0 1 1 1 1
Trezevant, 3 b 5 1 ■ 0. 3 3 O
Sloss, r.f 4 1 0 0 0 1
Carlin, lb 3 1 0 8 0 1
De Hue, p 5 1 2 2 1 0
Hamilton, 0.1 4 1 O O 0 1
Totals 38 13 5 24 8 5
CAI.IFOKNIAK.
AB. H. Bit. TO. A. E.
Lowry, 1. f. & p ti 1 1 1 4 0
Graves, 0 ti 4 3 8 3 0
Sanderson, 2 b 6 4 1 2 3 1
Coolev, 1 b 5 5 1 13 1 1
O'Melvenv, 3 b 4 2 2 2 0 0
Wachtel, "s.s ."> 2 1 0 0 1
Hendricks, c. f ti 0 4 0 O 0
Montgomeery, r.f....6 0 o o o 1
Hicks, p. 4 1. f 4 10 112
Totals 47 19 13 27 15 0
SCORE BY INNINOS.
12345 0 7 8 9
Bohemians 1 2 o « 0 o 0 l 3—13
Oallfornias 2 0 4 4 3 4 0 2 *—19
Runs earned—Bohemians, 7; Californias, 13.
Home run—Graves.
Two-base hits—Pomroy, De Pue, Wachtel and
O'Melveny.
Struck out —By Hicks, 2; Lowry,3; De Pue, 5.
Passed balls—Graves, 1; Ruth, 2.
Wild Pitches—Hicks. 1; DePue, 1.
Double play—Cooley to Sanderson,
t'mpire—Ramsey.
Scorer—Morley.
At Santa Ana on the Fourth the
Tufts-Lyons Arms Company's baseball
club, of Los Angeles, appropriately cel
ebrated the day by winning an exciting
game from the Santa Ana locals.
Twenty-five hundred people applauded
some brilliant plays by both clubs, par
ticularly those of Mosbaugh, of Santa
Ana, and Bently and J. Bumiller, of the
T.L.A.C.'s.
Pauly made a home-run hit, the long
est ever made on the grounds.
SANTA ANA. POS. T. L. A. C'S.
F. Harlie 1. f Bently
Sutton r. f Williams
Garnsey r. f F. Hutton
Peters lb McCrae
J. Mallett 2 b Cashinan
A. Harlie 3 b (J. Hutton
Mosbaugh s. s J. Bumiiier
T. Mallett p Pauly
Mefford c A. Bumiller
SCORE,
Santa Ana 1 0 01 0 0100—3
T. L. A. C 0 0 1 0 2 1 O 2 *— 0
Umpire, Fred Mansur.
Time of game, 1 hour 45 minutes.
Licensed to Wed.
Marriage licenses were issued yester
day to the following persons :
C. H. Moser, 25, to Nellie Byers, 18,
both of this city.
James B. Roberts, 30, to Alice Hen
derson, 19, both of this city.
Alonzo A. Pemberton, 34, of Long
Beach, to Jennie P. Smith, 27, of this
city.
John Gemmell, 24, to Florence E.
Manson, 21, both of Inglewood.
E. L. Cornier, 23, to Emma Inman,
17, both of Wilmington.
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GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
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English Corduroys; we have just received direct
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SOCIETY MEETINGS.
LOS ANGELES CHAPTER, R. A^M^—STATED
convocations on the second Monday of each
month, at 7:40 p. m., at Masonic hall, Spring
St., bet. First and Second.
FRATERNITY LODGE, NO. 79, K. OF P -
Meets on second and fourth Wednesday
evenings in each month at Pythian Castle, 24
S. Spring st.
OC. F.. GUARDIAN COUNCIL. NO. 90.
-• Regular meetings first and third Fridays,
at Pythian Castle, 24 S. Spring st.
G1 OOD WILL COUNCIL, NO. 029, AMERICa"n
I Legion of Honor, meets on second and
fourth Wednesdays of each month at the Y. M.I.
hall, 17 North Main st.
LOS ANGELES LEGION, NO. 6, SELECT
Knights, A. O. U. W.—Meets every Monday
evening, in Campbell's hall, cor. Downey aye
and Truman st.. East Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION,
No. 174.—Meets the First Sunday in each
month, at G. A. R. hall, Main st.
SAMPSON LODGE, NO. 148, K. OF "P —
Meets every Monday night at Castle "hall,
No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Hall
over East Side Bank.
OHN A. LOGAN POST, G. A. X.-MEETS
every Monday evening at G. A. R. hall, Mc-
Donald block, on Main st.
OVAL ARCANUM - SOUTHERN CALl
fornia Council, No. 570, meets second and
fourth Tuesdays, at Elks' hall, 150 S. Main st.
isiting brothers welcome.
LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 2925, K. OF
H.—Regular meetings are held every Wed
nesday evening, at 75 N. Spring it.
GELCICH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS, NO.
22.—Meets first and third Fridays of each
month, at 2 p. m., in Campbell's hall", East Los
Angeles.
RI-COLOR LODGE, NO. 90, K. OF P.—
Meets on Tuesday evenings in Pythian
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SIGNET CHAPTER, NO. 57, R. A. M.—MEETS
statedly on the first Tuesday of each month,
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and First sts.
(1 AUNTLET LODGE, NO. 129, K. OF P.—
T Meets on Monday evening, in Pythian
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OHN B. FINCH LODGE, I. O. G. T.—MEETS
Tuesday evenings, in Campbell's hall. East
| Los Angeles.
ORRIS VINEYARD LODGE, I. O. G. T..
No. 120.—Meets every Monday night. Hall
cor. Laurel and Main sts.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, CCEUR DE LION
Commandery, No. 9, K. T. — Holds its
stated conclaves in the asylum, in Masonic hall,
cor. of Spring and First sts., on the third Thurs
j day of euch month, at 7:30 p. m.
MERRILL LODGE, NO. 299, I. O. G. T.—
Meets every Monday evening, at Merrill
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IpAST LOS ANGELES LODGE, NO. 230, A. O.
J U. W.—Meets every Wednesday evening, in
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j East Los Angeles.
ELCOME LODGE, K. OF H., NO. 3342.-
Meets Tuesday evenings, at room 45, Cali
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OLIVE LODGE, NO. 2(i, K. OF P.—MEETS
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Regular meetings held on Wednesday even
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bleached and 36 inches wide; other stores ask you 10 & 11c.
8% cents PERCALES cents
1,900 yards best quality French Dress Percales at 8%
cents per yard; other stores ask you 12)4 and 15c.
J. M. I lale & @.
Nos. 107 and 109 North Spring Street.
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
4 NIGHTS j COMMENCING
4 NIGHTS) MONDAY, JULY 7TH, IS9O.
j PETE BAKER ! PETE BAKER !
Baker and Farron in
CHRIS AND LENA,
Monday and Tuesday.
THE EMIGRANT,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Seats now on sale; can be ordered by Tele
phone No. 511. jy3
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
McLain a Lehman, Managers.
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
COMMENCING TUESDAY, JULY IST.
Grand Fourth of July and Saturday Matinees.
The Latest New York Success.
The Idyllic Domestic Comedy Drama.
: A LONG LANE A LONG LANE :
:Or Pine Meadow. Or Pine Meadow. :
BY SEDI.EY BROWN.
The Acme of Rustic Realism.
ORIGINAL CAST ! ORIGINAL SCENERY 1
Endorsed by Press and Public.
now on sale. je26
PARK.
SATURDAY, JULY STH, 1890, AT 3 P. M.
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BASEBALL! BASEBALL!
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BOHEMIAN CLUB, of San Francisco,
YB.
CALIFORNIA CLUB, of Los Angeles,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE NEWSBOYS' HOME:
Admission 50 Cents.
Tickets for sale at all the Leading Druggists
and Stationers. je2l
rpilE LOS ANGELES NATATORIUM.
The management has engaged the
services of the
CHAMPION DIVERS AND FANCY SWIMMERS
Of the coast, who will give an
EXHIBITION
—ON —
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS,
And also appear during the afternoon until
further notice.
PALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First and Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
FREE CONCERTS!
* • i»
BY TUB
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC 80L©I8T8
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH BCHORTZ, PROPRIETOR.
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AMI-SEMENTS.
(T\ RAND FOURTH OF JULY CONCERT.
VI —ADMISSION FREE—
Matinee at 2 p. m : Evening Performance at 8.
Comprising the following Artists:
Miss Randal, the Whistling Patti, the greatest
lady whistler in the United States; Franz Rul
hofer'e unexcelled Tyrolean quartette, consist
ing of three ladies and one gentleman; the great
Hungarian trio, with R. Andres, solo violinist
and leader.
A refined entertainment every night at the
Vienna Buffet, cor. Main and Requena streets,
Los Angeles. F. KERKOW. Proprietor.
The only Family Resort in the City.
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BROADWAY MARKET ADVERTISEMENTS..
Broadway, between Sixth and Seventh..
The Cable Company give a twenty
minutes' stop-over check for one fare.
P. H. CLARK.
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS.
BROADWAY MARKET,
STALL NO. 2. jyl-lm
W. S. LYNN,
DEALER IN FRESH SALT MEATS OF ALL.
KINDS,
Ham, Bacon and choice Lard,
Broadway Market, Stall No. 3 (telephone 163)
Orders taken and delivered to all parts
of the city.
Branch—Washington Market, 1,214 Weßt
Washington street. iyl-lm
DIVIDEND NOTTCE.
MAIN STREET
SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.,
436 South Main St.
Dividend No. 2 of the Main Street Savings
Bank and Trust Co., for the six months ending
July Ist, 1890, has been declared by the boar*
of directors, payable on and after July Ist, 1890,
at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum onr
term deposits and 3 per cent, per annum,
on ordinary deposits.
J. B. LANKERSHIM, President.
FRANK W. DeVAN, Secretary and Cashier.
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DIVIDEND NOTICE.
DIVIDEND NO. 12, OF THE LOS ANGELES
Savings Bank, for the six months ending
June 30th. 1890, is now due and pavahle at the
rate of 5 per cent, per annum on term deposits
and 3 per cent, per annum on ordinary deposits.
W. M. CASWELL. Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., July Ist, 1890. jy2-7t
LIEBIG COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF MEAT.
FINEST
MEAT FLAVORING STOCK
FOR
Soups, Made Dishes and Sauces,
Annual sales 800,000 jars.
Genuine only with S*}
fac simile of Baron I /,,gr» t AW* —
Liebig's signature in JT m i
bLUU In It across la- *r
had of all Storekeepers, grocers and
druggists. g2mon«fethurl2m
BOOKS ON "
ARCHITECTURE!
BUILDING!
PAINTING f
Decorating, etc. My 1 AO-page Illustrated
Catalogue sent free. Address: WM. T.
COMBTOCK, »S Warren St., New York.
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