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THE BLACKSTONES BEAT THE ST. VINCENTS. The Universities Suffer Defeat at Foot ball at the Hands of the St. Vincents. Peppers Wins the Thirty-Mile Race. Mr. Vanderbeck returned yesterday afternoon from San Francisco. The schedule waa agreed upon, but will not be ready for publication for several days. The San Francisco team opens up with Los Angeleß on March 26th. A second game will be played on Sunday, March 27th. The Oaklands play here March 31st, April Ist, 2d and 3d. The San Joses are scheduled for April 7th, Bth, 9th and 10th. The Los Angeles team will then go north for three weeks. They will first tackle the San Francisco team at the Haight-atreet grounds. There will be quite an anxiety to see "The Angela," and the northern mag nates anticipate that the team from the southern citrus belt will be a great card. The Herald suggestion to give every pat ron at the opening game at San Francißco an orange is being much talked about in the Bay City. A big orange wrapped up in paper with the inscription "Take one with Los Angeles" would be quite a good advertisement for this city. Mr. Vanderbeck thinks that Glenal vin will secure McMahon as a second catcher, thus completing the Los An geles team. The owner of the local franchise stated last evening that it is the general impression up north that the teams will be the strongest in the history of the California League, and that a most successful season can confi dently be expected. KNIGHTS OF THE RING. Gossip About the Coming Events at the Crescent City. A special from New Orleans is as fol lows : The Metropolitan clut), in order to protect their patrons against ticket spec ulators, have decided to sell only a limited number of tickets to each appli cant for the Ryan-Need ham tight, and then only on bona fids orders. A dele gation of 500 is expected to come from Chicago by special train. Both the Olympic and Metropolitan clubs are overrun with offers from pugi lists. Prof. P. F. Pitzter, the Texas middle-weight champion, wantß to meet Aleck Greggans of San Francisco for a purse of $2000 before the Metropolitan club, and the Boßton Kid offers to meet either Tommy Kelly, the Harlem Spider; Billy Plimmer, or Jimmie Ken nard before the Olympic club. Danny Needham, who is training in Carrolton, a suburb of New Orleans, is in excellent condition, Tbe Metropolitan club ridicule the story that they were going to offer $35,000 for a match between Sullivan and the winner of the Maher-Fitzsim mone fight. But the club have a man in Chicago who will attempt to arrange the terms on which Sullivan will fight before them. The Olympic Club announce that the Eroposed match between Corbett and [itcbell is impossible as Mitchell is not in training. Slavin and Mitchell will box two unknowns four rounds each on March 2. They will be regular knock out affairs. Both Needham and Ryan are working hard. Needham devotes himself to punching the ball, running and such other accessories as is customany, in addition to which he is pulling a skiff against the mighty current of the Mississippi river. Ryan is training at the rooms of the Young Men's Gym nastic club, under Jack Burke, the light weight professor of boxing. He punches the ball two hours a day, jumps the rope some 2000 times, swims two or three miles, and walks five or eight miles a day. As this is the first time either has fought under electric light, both are doing much of their work un der that illumination. Bob Fitzsimmons is putting on flesh at a rate which will bring things nearer even for him. Fitzsimmons works at almost everything and apparently likes it. He has cut down a number of trees and chopped them up into firewood, shod horses, does carpenter work and made himself somewhat of a wheel wright. He runs some eight miles in the morning, and at 2 o'clock in the afternoon goes through his athletic ex ercises. He insists that Sullivan's prophecy that Maher would lick him in fifteen rounds is due to his feeling about the Dempsey matter. He wanted to see Dempsey win, and predicted that Dempsey would knock out Fitzsimmons. The latter is probably undergoing the most thorough course of training ever indulged in by a pugilist. THE St. VINCENTS VICTORIOUS. The Universities Beaten By a Score of Ten to Two. The Herald's University correspond ent sends the following account of the University-St. Vincent game: The University foot ballteam was beaten yesterday morning by the St. Vincent college team by a score of 10 to 2. A large crowd was present yes terday at the university grounds and witnessed one of the best, if not the best, games of the season. The game com menced at 9:45 a. m. The kick-off was essayed by the St. Vincent team. Jim Bethune, the Athletic club man, as center man, led the way in the "lock" or "V trick." By the move they gained twenty yards before downed by the Uni versities. Slowly aud surely the Vin cent men crawled to their opponents' goal, landing a touchdown as the ulti matum. The tug at goal failed and the Universities by a kick out from the twenty-five yard line carried the location past center, working their way back slowly to their opponents' goal, where a safety was made, leaving the score at the end of the first half 6 to 0. The only casualty in the first half was the collision between Boss and Tucker of the University eleven, who attempted to tackle the same Vincent runner. Boss had to quit, but plucky Tucker kept at it. The second half was nip and tuck after the kick-off, made by the Uni versities. By the slow pushing of the Vincents they gained another touch down. The try at the goal failed. The Universities made a spurt towards the close of the second half, and the Vin cents' stone wall of rushers seemed to give way before them, and within two minutes the Universities went from their own goal to that of their oppo nents, making two points by a safety. Time was called at this juncture, leav THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1892. ing the score 10 to 2 in favor of the Vin cents. The St. Vincent's fine team-playing was a feature of the game. The "Tucker tackle," together with Lapham and Guinn's tackling and Gray's kicking, were the University's features. Belle ville made a good run of twonty-five yards or more. Walter Williams ref ereed and J. S. Dougherty umpired. The clubs lined up yeaterday as fol lows : UNIVERSITIES. POSITIONS. ST. VINCENTS. Robert Hall Full back A. J. Dillon John Gray U'ft-half ... H. Dunnigan Frank Lapbam ...Right-half J. Kenealy W. Knighten .. Quarter back D. M. Geary Harry Budlong Left end A. Glassel Jess Tucker Right end R.Thorpe 1. R. Warren Left tackle Murietva John Lenzinger. Right tackle Larronde Sidney Guinn Lift gnard Marlhart Lloyd Bellvile... .Right guard McLaughlin iloss, Embrea Center rush — J. M. Bethune THE BLACKSTONES AHEAD. They Succeed in Defeating the St. Vin cents. At the Athletic club grounds yesterday afternoon the Blackstones and St. Vin cents tried conclusions. The latter team was reinforced by several of the Los Angeles team; but they were handi capped, as the majority of the team had played in the morning game with the Universitiss. The Blackstones gathered together a very formidable team, and were a trifle heavier than their oppo nents. The game was very even at the start, but the superior weight of the Blackstones forced the the ball in close proximity to the St. Vincent goal where it remained consi derable of the time. Conger, who played with the Blackstones, was in great form yesterday and secured two touch-downs for his side in the first half, the score at the end of the first half being 10 to 2 in favor of the Blackstones. Ihe second half was well contested, the Blackstones being unable to score. Heffner in thiß half secured a touch down for the St. Vincents just before time was called, the game ending in favor of the Blackstones by a score of 10 to 4. Conger was a tower of strength to the Blackstones for the first half and did the beßt running ever Been in Los Angeles. Roach tackled in admirable style and art. Guthrie played an admirable team game. The balance of the team all played hard and especially excelled when adopting the rushing tactics. The St. Vincents played a great up-hill game, and toward the cloee Charley 'Howard made several good runs, but he could not break through the strong defence ol the Blackstones. The passing on both aides waß a trifle off-color as was also the kicking. By the way, kicking appears to be the weak Bpot of the aver age Lob Angeles footballer. Some very suicidal kicking was indulged in yester day. The teamß lined up as follows: St. Vincents. Positions. Blackstones. McLaushlin Center J. Bethuue Maulhardt Right Guard E. J. Dole Kirkpatrlck Left Guard W. Williams Kennealiy Right Tackle G. Beebee Thorpe Left Tackle H. Chase Pauly Right End H. Roach Heffner Left End R. E. Alcom C. Howard.... Right Half Back....E. Chapman Dunnegan Left Half Back W. Conger C. McGarry Quarter Back W.E.Tayler R. Dillon Full Back A. W. Guthrie M. Wilbur waß referee and B. Benja min officiated as umpire. THE STARS TWINKLE AGAIN. The Downey Nine Beaten After an Interesting Game. The Boyle Heights Stars journeyed to Downey yesterday and triumphed over the Stars of that town after a very in teresting game, by a score of 10 to 7. The game was witnessed by several hun dred people. The nines were made up as follows: Boyle Heights. Downeys. Penton Catcher Conn Chimmings Pitcher Burdick Bland First base Pedro Sepulveda Short stop Weirback Thompson Second base Julian Kutz Third base Cockran O'Brien Left field Stewart Collins Centet field Poor Barker Right field Ferris THE THIRTY MILE RACE. Quite a Crowd Witness a Very Stere otyped Affair. About a thousand people assembled at the Agricultural park to see the thirty mile race. In the pools sold Henry Peppers sold even against the field, which included Miguel Pryor and Al fredo Garcia. The horses provided for the event were anything but first-class. Peppers won the race by almost a fur long. It was very close and exciting for second place. The time announced for the thirty miles was one hour and fifteen minutes. New Wrinkle in Baseball Contracts. It is probable that the National league will adopt a new form of players' con tract at the meeting to be held in New York in March. The form that is most favored calls for pay days once a month throughout the year, which means that the players will get their money in twelve divisions instead of Beven as here tofore. This means, also, that advance money will be relegated to the past. The Glenalvins Win. Yesterday the Glenalvins of Boyle Heights beat the young San Joses by a score of 26 to 16. The Glenalvins will play any club under 12. Their team is made up as follows: Ted Hynds, p.; George Cummings.c.; John Korbel, lb.; Leonard Bess, 2b.; Clarence Cuminings, 3b.; Dave Palmer, s.s.; Tommy Benja min, r.f.; Harry Kutz, 1.f.; and Will Eagg, c.f. Fell Dead. These words are very familiar to our readers, as not a day passes without the report of the sudden deith of some prominent citizen. The explanation is "Heart Di-ease." Therefore, beware if you have any of the following symp toms, Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankleß, Aithmstlo Breathing, Weak and Hungry Spells, Tenderness in Shoul der or Arm, Fluttering of Heart or Irregular Pulse. These symptoms mean heart disease. Tho most reliable remedy is Dr. Miles's New Heart Cure, which has saved thousauds of lives. Book of testimonials free at C. H. Hance, who also sells the Now Heart Cure. A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat should not be negiocted. Brown's Bronchial Tro ches are a simple remedy, and give prompt re lief. 25 cts. a box. " HERALD " PREMIUM MAP. A pocket map of the city of Los Angeles and suburbs is now out. This new map has been gotten up with great care and expense for the Herald. It will prove a valuable guide and chart of reference to both newcomers and old residents. It indicates the lines of all the street railways in operation and in process of construction. It gives the names of all the streets, corrected to date; a table of dis tances to points in Los Angeles county and vicinity, and many other valuable points of reference and information, making a better and more complete map and guide ol this oity than ever previously Issued. This valuable premium with the Herald will be delivered free to the address of any new city subscriber who will pay one month's subscrip tion in advance. FINANCE AND TRADE. San Frakcibco, Feb. 22.—Washington's birthday was generally observed in business circles. Banks, clearing house and exchanges were closed, and produce and commission did little or no business. Receipts of almost all comm dities were light, with the exception of green vegetables, which were in large supply, and owing to want of inquiry had to be carried over. Receipts were: 28 sacks and 12 boxes of peas, 27 boxes asparagus, 1 sack and 1 box beans, 40 boxes mushrooms, 2 boxes tomatoes, 1 sack peppers, 324 sacks onions and 1 box figs. The tomatoes were of poor quality and weak in quo tations. There was no session of the San Francisco stock exchange today. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. JThe quotations given below are Los Angeles wholesale selling prices. The prices paid pro ducers rule a little lower, due allowance being made, of course, for wholesalers' profits.] Provisions. Hams—Bex, Lily, Bacon—Rex and Lily, 13c; medlnm, 10® 11c. Salt Pork—Dry, Dried Beef—lnsides, 13%. Lard— Refined, 3's, 6%c; s's, S%; 10's, 50's, Sc; special brand, pure leaf, 3&c higher 11 around. mill Products. Flour—Los Angeles XXXX, $5.20 per bbl; Capitol Mills, $5.20; Spcrry's, $5 90; Crown, $5.90; Victor, ?5.80: superfine, $3.75; Graham, $2.60. Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, ?26.00; shorts, $28.00; cracked corn per cental, $1.40; rolled barley, $1.15; mixed feed, $1.15; feed meal $145. Grain and Hay. Barley—Browing, $email@example.com; feed, 90® 105. Corn—Large yellow, per cental, $firstname.lastname@example.org; small yellow, $email@example.com. - Oats—No. 1, per cental, $1.50. Wheat—No, 1, per cental, $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 2, $1.50(81.60. Hay—OatNo. l,sl4;wheat No. 1,513: bar ley No. 1, $14; alfalfa No. 1, $13; No. 2 grades $1 lower all around. Straw—Barley, per ton, $8,00; wheat, $.800. Poultry and Eggs. Poultry—Hens, $6.00 a $6.25 per doz.; young roosters, $email@example.com; old roosters, $5.00: broilers, $4.50(855.00; ducks, $7(ftsß; geese, $1.00 per head: turkeys, 10@i7c. per pound. Eggs—Fresh ranch, 19@20c; eastern, no market. Dairy Products. Butter— Fancy roll, firstname.lastname@example.org: choice. 508S 52Kc; fair, 40@45c eastern, per lb., 25@30c. Cheese — Eastern 14(815c; California, large, 13ffli4c; 1 mall, 16@17c; three pound hand, 16@18c. Honov and Beeswax. Honey—Comb, lib forms, 14@16o; extract ed, 6@6%c. Beeswax—22@26c. Nuts. Almonds—Soft shell, 15(816c; paper shell, 19©21 c; hard ehell, B@loc. Peanuts—Raw. 3®sc per lb; roasted, 5(88c. Walnuts—Hard shell, 6@Bc; soft shell, 9@llc. Drlod Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, 9@loc. Apricots—Bleached, 6(88; sun dried, 4@5. Figs—California, 14(816. Peaches—Fancy evaporated, unpeeled, 7(88c; peeled, 14(816e; sun diled, unpeeled, s@7c. Prunes—Fancy, 8@10c: choice, 7(88. Raisins—London layers, $t.50(852.00; loose Muscatels, $email@example.com per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Fruits. Apples—Local, per box, $1.00(81.80; eastern, per bbl. $4.50(85.00. Cranberries—Per bbl. $9.50(810.00. Bananas—Per bunch, $2.50(83.50. Lemons—Cured, $2.50®4 per box: uncured, $1.50(82.25. Miscellaneous. Beans—Pink, $firstname.lastname@example.org per 100 lbs; limas, $email@example.com; navy, small, $2.75(83.00. Cabbages—Per 100 lbs, 75@90. Onions—Per 100 lbs, $1.80(82.00. Potatoes—Ordinary, per 100 lbs, 50@$1.00; early Rose, 70@80c; choice Burbanks, $I.oo© 1.25 Sweet Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, 90c(81.O0. (Tomatoes—Per b0x,65(875c. Fresh Meats. 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