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THE TALENT DOWNED
By Larghetto Who Wins the
A Good Day Spent at the Race
Detailed Account of the Various
Bulky and Saddle—A Close Finish—ln
The racing at the Agricultural Park
yesterday, with the exception of one
event, proved a good deal more interest
ing than the card seemed to promise,
the majority of the contests being well
contested and exciting. There was no
appreciable difference in the number of
spectators, as compared with that of the
preceding day; and the sun having dis
pelled all uncertainty as to the prospects
of a shower, there were almost as many
carriages hitched to the inside rail as on
the opening day. As on Tuesday three
out of the four favorites carried off the
honors and the betting fraternity had
little to complain of on that scale. The
victory of Larghetto in the second race
was a severe blow to the talent, wiio
were about equally divided in opinion
as to the chances of his two opponents,
and appeared to overlook the colt alto
The first event, a selling purse for all
ages, brought out three starters, Ap
plause, Ida Glenn and Jackson. The
first named was at once constituted
favorite at odds of-2 1 -.. to one in his favor.
That the confidence reposed in him was
not misplaced was shown by the ease
with which, under the clever handling
of Murphy, he defeated Ida Glenn in the
last few yards of the race. The winner
Applause is by Three Cheers — Alice,
and was bought in by West George his
The Rack.—The trio were sent away
at the second attempt, Ida Glenn having
slightly the best of the start. Rounding
the first turn, however, Jackson and the
mare were on even terms, Applause
bringing up the rear two lengths behind.
As they sped down the back stretch,
Jackson went to the front and cut out
the pace, but at the half the trio was
bunched and rounded the corner stride
for stride. Jackson's tail went up at the
five-eighths mark and the favorite and
Ida Glenn entered the stretch together.
Hennessy commenced to ply the whip
as they came up the stretch, but the lit
tle mare, in spite of the game struggle
she made, was beaten out by Applause,
who won, hands down, by a short length.
Jackson finished four lengths behind Ida
FIRST RACE. —Selling purse for all ages, dis
tance seven-eighths of a mile.
West George's b. g.Applause (MnrphyJ.lOti—l.
H. D. Miller's eh. m. Ida Glenn (Hennessy),
Chas. Kerr's b. s. Jackson (Gannon), 109—3.
Pools sold—Applause $10: Ida Glen $4; Jack
son $3. Paris mutuals paid No. 2020, $2.10.
The econd heat on the programme, a
special race for all ages, at one mile and
one-eighth, had four entries for Lar
ghetto, Ona, Jo Viva, and Four Aces,
but as Ona went lame during her morn
ing gallop, and Jo Viva's owner was un
able to get him "fit" in time, the race
was declared off", and another special
race at one and a sixteenth miles ar
ranged, lor which Larghetto, Naicho 8.,
and Moses B. turned out. When the
trio appeared upon the track, Naicho B.
was boomed in the pools at $25, Moses
B. selling at $20, and Larghetto at $15.
Without any apparent reason, however,
the pools switched round until Moses B.
was put to the top notch; pulling back
again uutil all three horses were sold at
$10 each. In the mutuals, however, Lar
ghetto stock went begging and the result
was that the few who took the short end
came out on top very satisfactorily. The
race was a very pretty one from start to
finish, Moses B. making the running to
the half, from which point Cook began
to nice Larghetto, and all three coming
up the stretch so close together that a
blanket would have covered them.
The race.—The flag fell to a capital
start at the first venture, but as they
passed the stand for the first time,
Moses B. was in tlie lead, Larghetto and
Naicho B. going well together about a
length behind. This order was main
tained to the quarter, when Larghetto
commenced to move up. At tlie five
eights mark Naicho went to the front,
Larghetto lying back some two lengths
in the rear. Rounding the turn Naicho
B. and Moses B. were running girth to
girth, while Larghetto was creeping up
within a length of them. As they
entered the stretch Larghetto came up
with a rush and after a very exciting
finish won a close race in the last few
strides by a neck, half a length separated
Moses B". and Naicho 8., who came
under the wire in the order named.
Second race — Special — one mile and one six-
Matt Storn's eh, c. Larghetto; Cook, — 1.
Moses B.; Ward, —2.
Naicho B.; Dornalech: —3.
Pools sold —Naicho B. $25, Moses B. $20, and
Paris Mutuals paid —No 2024— $8,10 forsl.
The three year-old district trot only
brought two horses, the Chino ranch
selding5 elding Alco and Durfee's McKinney.
'he latter out classed his oponent, and
won three consecutive heats in so easy
a manner as to cause the spectators
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1890.
to lose all the interest, they might
otherwise have had in the race.
First heat; — The pair went away at the
first attempt, McKinney having the
pole. As they rounded the corner to the
back stretch McKinney went to the fore
and gradually increased his advantage
from half length to two lengths be
fore the half post was reached. From
this point the race was never in doubt,
as he trotted away from the gelding
easily and passed under the wire with
six lengths to spare. Time 2.37%.
Second heat: —The next heat was almost
a facsimile of its predecessor, as Mc-
Kinley took the lead and maintained it
from start to finish. Alco however chal
lenged him in the stretch but w as unable
to get on even terms with his opponent,
who won easily as before. —Time 2.42...
Third heat. —As in both preceding heats
McKinley completely out classed his op
ponent and trotting away from the geld
ing in the first quarter, won both heats
and race easily by frilly six lengths.
Time 2.40? 4 '
Third race—Trotting; 3 yr old district
Chas. A. Durfee's b. s. McKinney 1.1.1.
R. Gird s eh. g. Alco 2. 2. 2.
Time: 2.27',; 2.42..; 2.4(V , . l .
Pools sold: McKinney (20; Alco $b\
The last event, the 2.25 trot for a purse
of $1,000, proved a very interesting race.
There were five starters, Lucy R.,Leonor,
Geronimo, Duchess and Shamrock., the
last named opening up a hot favorite,
Leonore being second choice . After tlie
first heat, when Lucy R. and Duchess
were shut out, the race dwindlen down
to a match between Shamfock and
Leonore, although Geronimo made a bet
ter showing when Maben, who was sub
stituted for Wood, handled the ribbons.
After a very game struggle Leonore prov
ed the victor, Shamrock taking second
First heat—The horses scored six
times before being sent off, but finally
went away with Lucy R. a length in the
rear, Leonore having the pole, while
Shamrock, Geronimo and Duchess were
in the order named. At the first turn
Leonore went to the front, with Sham
rock at her wheel, Geronimo, Lucy R.
and Duchess trailing close up. The two
last named broke, however, and falling
back 12 lengths or more were practically
out of the race at the first quarter. Leo
nore, who was going like clockwork,
gradually increased her lead until at the
half she was a good two lengths ahead
of Shamrock, wiio broke badly before
reaching the turn. The black soon got
down to work again, however and recov
ered some of his lost ground in surpris
ing style. He was up in the air again
half way down the stretch and Leonore
came away as steady as a rock, winning
the heat with rive lengths to spare from
Shamrock who was fully ten lengths in
front of Geronimo. Both Lucy R. and
Duchess were distanced. Time" 2:2*-J.
Fools sold; Shamrock, $10; Leonor,
$6; the field $6.
Second heat—At the second attempt
the trio went away, Leonore on the in
side going steadily, but Shamrock and
Geronimo both evincing a|dispo?ition to
break at the gate. At the seven-eighths
post both were up in the air with Leo
nore a good two lengths in the lead.
Shamrock was the first to recover and at
the quarter was closing the gap between
between himself and the favorite very'
rapidly. Going down the tack stretch
Leonore maintained her advantage and
set the pace at a dipping gait, but at
the half Shamrock got on even terms
with her by a sudden spurt. He broke
again at the turn, but got down to work
again immediately and swinging round
into the stretch passed the favorite and
looked a sure winner. Then within i.'OO
yards of the wire, however, Shamrock
broke for the third time and Leonore
1 shot past him like an arrow and won the
heat by two lengths. Geronimo trotted
his last half mile in better time than
either of his opponents, but he was un
able to make up the ground he lost
before he got down to work. Time.32: 25.
Pools sold, Leonore $20, the field $11.
Third heat:—The trio got off after
scoring four times and Shamrock made
a rush for the lead. Before reaching the
quarter, however, he broke, and was
passed by the others before he could re
cover. Leonore then took up the lead but
was soon overtaken by Shamrock and
the pair trotted together wheel to wheel
to the half, when She latter broke.
Geronimo in the meantime dropped
back several lengths, but responded
nobly to Maben ? s appeal and gained
upon the leaders at every stride on re
covering himself. Hhamrock on getting
down to work again came up the stretch
at a terrific pace, but under the whip
the game li ttle Leonore made a last
effort and won both heat and race by
2 1 v ! lengths. Four lengths separated
Shamrock and Geronimo. Time 2.29.
Fourth race—Trotting; 2.25 class,
purse $1000 ; best 3 in 5.
Charles Durfee's b. m. Lenore, owner, 111
U, W, Stimson's bit st, owner, 2 2 '2
M. 0. AKiruirre's b. g. tierouimo. Wood
and Muben, s 3 3 3
J. W. Robinson's b m Lucy X, M'Gragos, d O O
J. F.Hudson's b. m. Duchess, Buvliss, d O O
Time 2.20; 2.25, 2.29.
The following are the entries and
weights for today's races :
No. 1. The Hollenbeck Hotel Stakes ;
a sweepstake for two-year-olds [foals of
1888]; $50 each, $20 forfeit, with $300
added, the second to receive $100 and
the third $50 out of tlie stakes. A winner
of any stake race before August Ist to
carry three pounds, and two or more
stake races, five pounds extra; maidens
allowed, if beaten oraee, five pounds;
twice or more, eight pounds. Five-eighths
Sherman & Ferguson, Santa Barbara,
blk g Midnight," by Aecident —Santa
Barbara Belle. 102.
Ricliabaugh & Harold, b f Santa Ana,
by Grinstead—Clara D. 107.
Dave Bridges, Los Angeles, blk f Peri,
by Flood—Frolic 107.
Owen Bros., Fresno, b st Mero, by
Wild Idle —Precious 115.
H. I. Thornton, Sacramento, br f Bes
sie Barnes, by Darebin —Carrie C. 107.
Matt Storn, San Francisco, bf Mys
tery, by Three Cheers —Mistake 107.
No. 2. Southern California Handicap
—Purse $1,000, of which $700 to the first,
$200 to tlie second, and $100 to the third
horse. Weights announced July 22nd.
$25 to nominate, and $50 more for all
starters. The winner of any race at this
meeting to carry five pounds extra.
Three-quarters of a mile.
Juan B. Arellanes, Santa Maria, eh st
Comet, 5, by Robbery Boy—Arellanes
N. A. Covarrubias, Los Angeles, h st
Dan Murphy, 4, by Speculator—Leona.
Rickabaugh & Harold, b g Gladiator,
4, by Grindstead—Athola. 102.
Owen Bros, Fresno, b m Daisy D.
aged, Wheatley—Black Maria. 120.
W. L. Appleby, San Jose, eh m Car
men, 5, by Wild Idle —Nettie Brown.
Matt Storn, San Francisco, eh g Kil
dare, 5, Kyrle Daly—Mistake. 111.
No. 3. Trotting—Purse $1,000 ; 2:27
Dr. K. D. Wise, Los Angeles, eh at
Glendine by Saulsbury—Tempest.
L. J. Felton, Santa Ana, b g Danger,
aged, by Odd Fellow—dam by Ethan
E. B. Gifford, San Diego, b st Bob
Mason, by Echo—Belle Mason.
Wyatt Earp, San Diego, br g Jim
Leach, by Inca dam by Sacramento.
Till A. Burns, San Diego, blk m Belle
Bbv Jim Hawkins —dam by Mohawk
Not a Kidnapper.
John Kiel, on Feb. 26th last, was con
cerned in the removal forcibly of two
men named Bush and Kemp from a
schooner at San Pedro, because they
were non-union sailors working for less
than the adopted rate of wages. Kiel
was held on a charge of kidnapping, but
took out a writ of habeas corpus in the
Supreme Court. Yesterday the decision
arrived, dismissing the writ, and hold
ing that Kiel should be proceeded against
on a charge of false imprisonment.
Board of Supervisors.
On motion of Supervisor Davis it was
ordered that all deputy officers of the
county whose salary is not allowed by
the board must be paid by tbe incumbent
who employs them.
The tax collector was allowed five
deputies for the months of August, Sep
tember and October. The tax collector
was directed to furnish the board with
a statement of the number of deeds
applied for by whom acknowledged the ,
number issued to date.
Captain Clark's Funeral.
The funeral of Captain George J. Clark
took place at 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, at his late residence on Main Street,
near Twenty-first. There was a large at
tendance of relatives and friends. Rev.
Dr. Loupe of Pomona conducted the ser
vices according to the Episcopal ritual.
A large number of pioneers and old res
idents were present, and the pall bearers
were selected from the pioneers. The
burial was at Rosedale cemetery.
Funeral services over the remains of
James Cowley were held at St. Vincent's
Catholic church on Tuesday morning,
Rev. Father Meyer officiating.
A Few New Citizens
Bernard McKone of Ireland, Henry
Both, Andreas Martin and Gotlib Eisen
preiss, natives of Germany, Ferdinand
Pepe, of Italy. George Temple of Canada
ami John W. Henderson of Nova Scotia
were nataralized yesterday by the Judge
Large Numbers of Visitors—A New Bud
get of Campers.
Correspondence of the Herald:
The people who came here yesterday
fully numbered 1200.
There was some disappointment when
tbe morning train arrived without tbe
dailies, but the general feeling is that
the proprietors of newspapers have some
rights that are worthy of consideration.
The sympathy of the people ol Santa
Monica is with them.
North Beach presents a grand array of
tents fast approaching the cafion. The
late arrivals are M. C. Bruce and family,
W. H. Houser and family, J. 11. King
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Young,
Mrs. C. Hammord, J. R. Reed, Mrs. EL
L. Hughes and family, Mrs. R. S. Thorn
ton, Chas. Wyldand family, A. B. Mont
gomery, Mrs. \V. D. Fuller, H. M. Good,
Thomas Meade, Andrew Swarthoose,
Chas. Abrains and wife, B. Fonta and
family, Mrs. Frank Hickman.
In the cafion there are over one
hundred and fifty tents under the im
mense old sycamore trees.
Rev. Morrison, pastor of the Con
gregational church of Los Angeles,
and family, are summering here.
Mrs. Charlottee Perkins .Stetson, is to
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Capital $500,000 00
Surplus 77,500 00
Total $577,500 00
3EO. H. BONEBRAKE President
rOHM BRYSON, SR Vice-President
?. C. HOWES Cashier
E. W. COE _. Assistant Cashier
No inwrest paid on deposits.
Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markham,
Perry M. Green, John Bryson, Sr.,
Dr. H. Sinsabaugh, F. C. Howes,
ieorge H. Bonebrake. Warren Gillelen.
No interest paid on deposits.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
jf the United States and Europe. m 8
OECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
No. 148 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
F. N. MYERS, S. A. FLEMING,
J. F. SARTORI, Cashier.
Isaias W. Hellman. O. W. Childs.
J. A. Graves. S. A. Fleming.
T. L. Duque. James Rawson.
M. B. Shaw. A. C. Rogers, M. D.
A. J. Browne. J. F. Sartori.
Maurice S. Hellman. F. N. Myers.
Five Fer Cent. Interest Fald on
The notice of the public is called to the fact
that this bank only loans money on approved'
real estate security; that it does not loan money
to its stockholders, officers or clerks; thatamong
its stockholders are some of the oldest and most
responsible citizens of the community; that un
der the Btate laws, the private estates of its
stockholders are pro rata liable for the total in
debtedness of the bank.
These facts, with care exercised in making
loans, Insure a safe depository for saving ac
counts. School teachers, clerks, mechanics,
employees in factories and shops, laborers, etc.,
will find it convenient to make deposits in
Financial agents for eastern and San Fran
cisco capital. Money to loan on ranches anci<
city property. Bonds and mortgages bought.
Remittances may be sent by draft or Wells-
Fargo Express. je2s-ly
gOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
L. N. BREED President
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Vice-President
C. N. FLINT Cashier
Paid-in Capital $200,000
Authorized Capital 500,000
Directors—L. N. Breed, H, T. Newell, H. A
Barclay, Charles E. Day, A. W. Richards, E. C
Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Remick,.
Thos. Goss, William F. Bosbyshell. jultf
THE CITY BANKi
37 South Spring street.
Capital Stock $300,000
«s8w O ?SiW 88 - • President
JOHN b. PARK Cashier
W. T. Childress, Poindexter Dunn.
J. J. Schallert, E. E. Crandall,
Johns. Park, R. G. L 'tit,
A. D. Childress.
General banking. Fire and burglar proof safe
deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per an
num - ml 12m
LOS HNGELEB_COUNTY BONDS,
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
dersigned up to the Ist day of September, 1890,
for the purchase of three hundred (300) Los
Angeles county court house bonds.
(No bid for less than fifty (50) bonds will ber
considered.) Numbered consecutively from
one (l) to three hundred (300), both numbers
r? ASS.?*' ?/ the denomination of one thousand'
$1,000) dollars each, and payable on the Ist
day of January, A. D. liho.or at anytime
before that date, at the pleasure of said county,
in gold com of the United States, with interest
thereon .at the rate of five (5) per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually on the Ist day
vLr SnLi"'" 1 ," IL ' l» td *y ol July of eac&.
of the a ". <l ln,cr ' ,!!t Payable at ihe office'
county. y trcttsurer of said Los Angele*
w,v a h' I l l^ond^? ,aving been lss " ert In conformity
a . n or<l, '"'"ce enacted by the board of
SlsTa^I 1 ;? 8 -\ ngt>k:s '-cunty, dated
t£l,ri ' A }\ , 1890 ' " n(1 undernuthority con
ft nf t , l i o i nß ;'V i . ,J,Mlr<l b >' tne provisions of a„
, le legislature of the state of California
i? ™ n t cil, A<!t Es tablish a Uniform
s>stem of County and Township Government "
ipproved March 14th, A. D. 1883. "^"' mem '
None of said bonds will be sold for less than
ace value and accrued interest, from July "st
™h2 ! SS?n shall M l Halu thereof be Anal or
.and until approved by the said board of
a F>« "Klit is hereby expressly
wfT d to r , ejt ' , ' t ""J or all aforesaid proposals
.ICou k rt e iru I s 3 e P lf o ;XT° SalS the
By order of the board of supervisors of said
.os Angeles county.
Treasurer of Los Angeles County.
'ommercial and Alameda Streets.
Ten Pin Alley open day and night. Elegant
nd newly furnished rooms. First class bar
ttached. Rates, reasonable.
J. Burubeltz, Proprietor.
P. Ballade, Manager. au2-3m