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THE SACRAMENTO CLUB WINS ITS OPENINO GAME. Tho Los Angeles Nine Put Up a Wretched Fielding CJame—Oossip of Interest to the Admirers of Sport. \ Thret' times yesterday the Los An geles club had the game won, only to lose it in the ninth inning, thus dis gusting the large contingent pulling for the home nine. The game was a very erratic one after the first three innings, and both teams went to pieces at critical periods, but the local team was determined to outdo their northern competitors. Eight errors were piled up by the short-stop and sec ond baseman of the Los Angeles team. There was a Jonah hanging around the short-stop. McAleer gave up in disgust after making several ragged plays. Loh man took his place, but this did not help matters, as Pete signalized his re turn home by making several corky errors. It was a shame that the Los .Angeles club gave such a wretched exhibition of fielding as Cobb was in grand form. The Senators could not find him until late in the contest. He struck out four of the first five men of the Sacramento club that came to the bat, and would have certainly made an enviable record if he had been given decent support. It was a very pretty game for the first few innings. In fact, no one reached first base until the last half of the third inning, aud then it was made on an error. The rungetting began in the fourth. McAleer got his base on balls. Dungan made a sacrifice hit, nnd McAleer scored a little later on a passed ball. Holliday, who reached first on account of the catcher's muff, scored on Decker's base hit past the short stop. The visitors re sponded with one run. It happened in this wise. McQulrk hit hard to McAleer who made a good stop, but threw wildly to Decker, and as a result McGruirk went down to second and scored on McCloskey's hit to right field. Sacramento got in another on the fifth and they afterwards never missed the opportunity to score, thanks to the blunders made at short stop. It was five to three in favor of the home team at the end of the sixth. The Senators tied the score in their seventh venture. Loi Angeles made two in the eighth, thanks to Hasearner drop ping Lohman's sky-scraper. The players from Sacramento responded with two. This tied the score again, Los Angeles failed to make a circuit ou the ninth, but the Senators did, aided by au error of the short stop and the game was all over. The score follows: I.OH ANUKLES. a ii. a. nil. r.o. a. c. MoAlc. r,s,s 2 1 0 0 2 3 Dungan, c 5 1 2 11 0 1 Holllday.l I ti 2 1 0 0 O Goldie. r.f 4 2 1 0 O 0 Decker, lb 4 0 1 0 1 O Hulin, lib 4 1 1 1 U O Lohman, cf i b.b 4 0 0 1 1 ti Fogarty, 2b 4 O l> 0 1 0 Cobb, p 4 O 0 0 1 O Leland.c.f. 2 0 0 0 0 O Totals 38 7 11*25 It) 0 * One man out when winning run was made. MAOIAM KNTO. AH. It. IR. PO. A. E. liassamer, s.s 5 1 1 O 5 1 Hustin, 3b 5 0 0 0 O 2 Mcoulrk, rf 2 tt 1 1 o o Goodenoußh, c.f 5 1 2 2 0 0 McCloskev, 1. f 4 1 2 2 O O Veaeh, lb 4 0 0 14 1 1 Robarts, 2b 4 2 1 O 4 O Parrott, p 4 O 0 2 4 O Flaherty, c 4 O 0 I! 1 2 Totals 4'J 8 7 27 15 0 RCOKF. 11V INNINGS, 123456789 Los Angeles 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 2 0-7 Saeraineuto 000 1 1 1 2 2 I—B Two-base hit; Hulin, Robarts Base on called balls: By Cobb, 3; Parrott, 1. Struck out: By Cobb, lit; Parrott, 7. Leito i bases: Los Angeles, 5; Sacramento, 6. Double plays: Lohman to Fogarty to Decker. Passed balls: Dungan, 2. Wild pitch; Cobb, 1. Stolen bases: McAleer, 1; Dungan, 1; lias samer, 2; (ioodenongh. i. Saeriuco hits: Dungan, McCloskcy and Par rott. Umpire: Mr. Ross. • Scorer: Mr. Morley. CAPTIVATED WITH OUR PLAYERS. A 'Frisco Crank Selects Several Men for a Team. Sam Caro is a crank, saya Pacific Field Sports. Not a common, ordinary crank, but one of the species who re quire muzzling when he gets among people who do not care to hear baseball discussed. AVhen Sam is not engaged in palming off cigars on some innocent dealer, he haunts the league office and digs up Manager Harrii, Then he gives Manager Harris pointers about running a ball team. If Sam had more money he would buy out a league franchise and do the Robinson act. The other day he was at headquarters chattering as usual, when he was asked to pick out a good ball team. After some careful study Sam said: "In the first place I would have either Jim Mc- Donald or Power for manager. Then I think I would get the following team: Lohman, catcher; LMauvelt and Tyler of Los Angeles, pitchers; Decker, first base; McDonald, second base; Long of Los Angeles, for third; Goldie of the same place forshort,aud Hines, Everett and Me Hale in the outfield. What do you think of that team?" concluded Sam. "I think it would be a good team," replied a listener. "Good for more de feats than the mimbersustained by Oak land this year." AROUND THE BASES. O'Nell Will Pitch for Los Angeles In tho uame on Tuesday. It would not harm tiie Los Angeles club to indulge in a little practice dur ing the week. It is about time that they Btruck their gait. Their fielding ia very uncertain, which is undoubtedly due to a lack of practice. McAleer had an off day yesterday. It is remarkable how bad a good ball player can sometimes play. It is not Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE LOS ANGELES ITERALD MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1891 often that McAleer puts up a corky game and it should be considered that he is playing out of his position. Ed O'Neil, tho new Loa Angeles pitcher, arrived last night. Decker made a sensational one-handed catch in the game yesterday afternoon. Lohman was giveu a hearty reception yesterday. Pete was not himself, how ever. He has not yet recovered from his sick spell. STILL CHAMPION. Tommy Ryan Knock* Out Frank How gun in Fourteen Rounds. OBIOAGQ, Pec, 18. —Tommy Ryan is still the champion welter weight, of the world. He retains the title after a fourteen-round light with Frank llowson, of Sheffield, England, fought near here, this morning. From a pro fessional and scienlilie standpoint the contest was a beauty. The battle was remarkable for 'fairness ; not a call of "foul" was heard, not an advantage was taken, not an angry word was exchanged by the contestants. Ryan emerged from the light unscratched, while his opponent has one eye nearly knocked out and one cheek laid open, flowsou, while as quick as a cat, was handi capped by his inability to hit hard, and too much training. Uyan displayed best generalship. The light was for $1000 a side and the welter-weight championship. It was witnessed oy about v! 00 people. Ryan wbb the favorite in the betting. George Siler wbb referee. Harry Gilmore and Tommy White were lloweon's seconds, and Jim Manning of Buffalo and Henry Baker of Michigan acted for Ryan. Queensberry rules. Time was called at 3 :24 a. m, After sparring for an opening Howson got in a right-hander on Ryan's neck that jarrM him for a moment, the round ending with a severe left upper-cut ou the Englishman's cheek. In the second round llowson received n blow on the cheek from Ryan's left, and countered on the latter's eye. Uyan gave his opponent two rib blows, and when time was called llowson seemed winded. In the fifth, Ryan sent the English man down with a hard left-hander, the round closing with three blows on How boii's ribs. In the sixth, the Englishman planted his right and left on Ryan'B ribs, tiie latter returning the compliment with a blow that closed the Englishman's left eye. In the Eeventh and eigth, Ryan placed several severe short-arm lefts oil How son's game eye, and sent him to his seat with several hard body blows, receiving one good rib roaster himself. In the tenth, evidently thinking his opponent was getting tired, tho Eng lishman started with both hands, but received a blow on the cheek that brought first blood. During the next three rounds Ryan planted blows on llowson's badly dam aged eye and "lacerated cheek. When tiie thirteenth round closed llowson's eye was entirely closed. In the last round, after Ryan received a few right hand swings on the ribs, he feinted with his right. As llowson slowly turned his face to dodge, Ryan gave his left a swing on the jaw. The Englishman rolled up his eyes, gasped and sank to the floor, completely knocked out. While not rendered insensible, he waa so badly jarred that he could not get up, and the fight was given to Ryan. Ryan's next fight will be in San Fran cisco with Danny Needham, for the championship. AGAINST AMALGAMATION. The One League, Twelve-Club Baseball Scheme Falling Through. Philadelphia, Dec. 13.—The Pres9 to day published ttie following: Up to yesterday it looked as though the one league, twelve-club scheme would be a certainty. President Williams, of the Chicago club, however, arrived here last night, and in an extended interview with the Wagner brothers, opened their eyes to the game being worked. The scheme provided for the retirement of the Boston and Athletic clubs, refund ing to the Chicago association club all the money it had expended, and the addition of the Louisville and St. Louis League circuit. St Louis was to have the privilege of charging 25 cents admission and playing Sunday games. In conversation with a Press reporter, Mr. Williams said: "The Chicago club did not join the Associa tion to be dropped in two months. We have ample funds, and if necessary, can stand an extra assessment. We do not propose to get out, and I don't see how we can be forced out. All this talk about the amalgamation of the organ izations is bash. If they did amalga mate another association would spring up. I think that when the members of tho Association get together, you will find at least six clubs against the pro posed amalgamation." New York Jockey Club Events. Niw Yobk, Dec. IS. —The secretary of the New York Jockey club aunounces a large number of stakes to close January 41ti for the spring and fall meeting of '02. Among spring races are the follow ing: All ages. Metropolitan handicap, one and one-eighth miles, half forfeit, $10,000 added ; White Plains handicap; iMount Vernon and Essex stakes; Pel ham Bay handicap; Manhattan and Country Club bandit-ape. Fall meeting, '92 —Matron Btakes for 2- year-olds, $250 each with $10,000 add ed. This race will be worth as much money as the Futurity. Those already closed are the great Eclipse Btakes, with $20,000; Larch mont, Anticipation, Gaillard, Bartow and Cassanova, all for 2-year-olds; Withers, Belmont, Ladies', and Sea and Sound stakes, for 3-year-olds, at the Epring meeting. At the fall meeting: Two-year-olds, Dun mow, Nursery, Fashion, Champagne and Matron, $15,000 added to the last natnsd; for 3- year-olds, fall test, Hunter and Jerome, with $10,000 added. San Jose Won Again. San Fkancibco, Dec. 13. —San Joed won again today from the Portland, making the fourth straight victory. At the end of the sixth inning the ecore was sto 7 in favor of Portland, but San Josi; made four runs in the seventh, and won; score, !) to 7. THE PASTEUR HOSPITAL -"SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BRANCH!;— MAKE A SPECIALTY OF lIISIC.VSES OK Skin, Sexual Organs, Syphilis and Piles. The most obstinate and disfiguring diseases of Skin rmred in 30 days. Immediate relief from unnatural, acuto and chronic discharges. 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Dec. 13.—While service was going on in St. Mary's church, in Newry 'Protestant Anglican), today, eleven vestrymen advanced to the altar, seized the communion cloth, on which were embroidered the letters I. H. S., and, with the rector, struggled for its pos session. The vestrymen were victori ous, and cut off and burned the letter ing I. H. S. The vestry was long agi tated over the subject of the removing of the lettering, which proved extremely objectionable to certain parishioners. The vestrymen will be prosecuted. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Au Old Pioneer Fatally Wounded by His Sou. NbwMAN. Cal., Dec. 18—Antone P. Fitzer, a pioneer and prominent citizen of Volta, was accidentally shot and probably fatally wounded yesterday aft ernoon by his son. They were killing hogs with a Winchester, when a shell lodged in the gun. The son endeavored to extract it and it exploded with the above result. An Important Capture. Jeffkhson City, Mo., Dec. 13. —It is believed a man arrested last night in at tempting to pass a fraudulent check, is an important capture. He gives the name of George M. Laflin of Pittsburg. He says he ia a capitalist and the owner of large iron works, and is searching for a site for a plant to employ 1500 men. He is thought to be the man who worked several Missouri towns for large amourfts, by means of Bpurious checks, under the name of Cavanagh. An Exciting Ocean Kace. New Yobk, Dec. 13. —The American clipper ships A. J. Fuller and M. P. Grace arrived yesterday after an ex citing race from San Francisco. The Grace sailed August 1, last, and the former on the 21st. The Fuller over took the Grace and passed her before reaching port. The captain of the Grace used a little strategy in securing a fast tug to bring bis vessel into port ahead of the Fuller, hut the two vessels reached the docus at the same time. A Papal Allocution, London, Dec. 13. —The Chronicle's Rome correspondent says : The pope has sent copies of the allocution which he will read at tomorrow's consistory to all the chancellories of Europe. It will declare that the law of guarantees is not sufficient to guarantee the liberty of the pope. The address lias been modiiied since Count Kalnoky's recent speech on the papal question in the Austrian dele gation. Mother Parnell Beaches Liverpool. London, Dec. 13. —Mrs. Delia Parnell, mother of the late Chatles Stewart Par nell, and her son, John Parnell, arrived in Livervool today, nnd received a visit from a few Parnellites in Liverpool. John Parnell avoided politics. Both Mrs. Parnell and her son started for Dublin this evening. Suit for Divorce. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 13.—Mr3. Elizabeth F. Kennedy, of St. Louis, has brought a divorce suit against Robert S. Kennedy, also of that city. Mrs. Kennedy, who has resided here three years, is very popular in society and is quite wealthy. The ground for action is stated to be cruelty. All Quiet at Crested Butte. Denver, Dec. 13. —Everything is quiet at Crested Butte today. The sherd! and posse are still in possession ef the mines. Four of the wounded Italians are mo mentarily expected to die. A committee of miners has been appointed to confer with the owners, with the view of set tling the differences. France and the Vatican. LoNDOK, Dec. 13.—The Standard's Rome correspondence sayß: Explicit declarations have passed between France and the Vatican, with the view of promoting cordial relations between that government and the papal see. •lumped the Track. Colfax, Cal., Dec. 18 —The engine of freight No. 5 jumped the track at Colfax this morning, delaying the overland over two hours. ItXodjeska Is Better. Philadelphia, Dec. 13. —Madame Modjeska is much better to-night. CABLE FLASHES. Germany will open negotiations for a commercial treaty with the Netherlands in January. The Madrid Epoca confirms the an nouncement that a loan of $50,000,000 has been arranged, to be issued on the 30th inst. By the fall of a building at Newport, Euglano, two adjacent. cfJttages were completely crushed, severely injuring ten persons. The scientific journal Lichstrahler of Berlin has been seized for commenting unfavorably upon Emperor William's recent remarks. Nobody can bo troubled with constipation if they take Simmons Liver Regulator. Read al out Mullen, Bluett A Co and the Pas adena Choral society, in this issue. DEATH OF A '411 KB. Hun. George G. Hlanchard Dies at Kls lli>me at Placerville. Placerville, Cal., Dec. 13. — Hon. George ti. Blanchard died at his home in this city at 10 o'clock this morning, after an illness of short duration, death being the direct result of pleuro-pneu monia. lie returned hers from San Francisco, Tuesday last, complaining of a severe cold, but attended to business until Thursday afternoon, when he was taken with a congestive chill and re moved to his home, where symptoms of pneumonia, speeded by those of viru lent ura-inia developed. His death is generally deplored here as a great loss. He was one of the old est pioneer residents, having arrived in this city in 1840. He was the oldest practitioner at the El Dorado bar, of which he was an active member since 1855. His reputation extended through the state not only as a lawler, but as one of the stalwart leaders of the Re publican party. In the last campaign lie was a candidate for congress in the Second congressional district, and was nearly successful, though the district is Democratic. He leaves a wife, two sons, one of whom is George A. Blan chard, of Sacramento, and a married daughter. lelegrams of condolence have been received by the family from all parts of the state, among the senders beiti£ Gov. 11. H. Markham, Senator Felton, Judge W. W. Morrow and others. The funeral will be held at this place Wednesday afternoon. WINE MEN SIGN A PLEDGE. Tho Crop of '01 to Bo Held for Better Prices. St. Helena, Cal., Dec. 13.—The wine makers of the upper Napa valley held an important meeting here Saturday afternoon, and signed a pledge not to sell good, sound, dry wines of 'OL below 15 cents at the depot, net cash, with out commission. Tbe industry seems to be at the turning point for the better now, aud the wine men are realizing the importance ol holding the product of '91 for a fair price. Nobody will sutler lrom Irom liver disease if they to'ke Simmons Liver Regulator. Call on Mullen, Bluett & Co. for a ticket to grand conceit next Friday. Barley Crystal* At Jevne's. If you want anytliing read our classified ads. Call en Mullen, Bluett it Co. for a ticket to grand concert next Friday. Campbell's Curiosity Store, 325 South Spring, headquarters for Christmas novelties. ASK LIVERY MEN about the durability of Columbus buggies. Holiday Presents. In making your selections for Christmas and New Year presents do not forget the "Kranich & Bach" pianos, of which the general agency is established at 122 South Spring street. This is the make of Diauo that took the first prize at the World's fair, and ranks today the leading Jiano of the. world in every respect. Mr. A. B. udkins will be pleased to explain every feat ure and quality possessed by these pianos,'and will give you prices less than any other first class piano can be sold for. He represents the factory direct. A large stock of sheetmusic, music books and musical instruments is being added to the aire dy large stock which will be sold at prices to defy competition. Shlloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cute the worst oaseß of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand, if you have a cough wo earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c, 50c and $1. if your lungs arc sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch A Co., and nil retail druggists. Read about Mullen Bluett it Co. and the Pas adenu Choral society, in this issue. The I.os Angeles Lumber Co., On San Pedro street, between Fourth and Fifth are selling best Knglish Portland cement at lowest prices ever known in tin i market. Read about Mullen, Bluett it Co aud the Pas adeua Choral society, in tills issue THE NEW ERA, No. 6 Court street. Fine wines and liquors. Ed Wenger, proprietor. 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