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THERE WILL BE HOT RACING.
Points in the Coming Athletic Sports. The Angels Again Strike Their Gait on the Diamond. The Dukes Maintain Their Lead by Downing the Colonels— National League News — General Sporting News. The handicap for th* 220-yard race was made public Benjamin and Howard are the scratch men, while Alcorn and Tylei will each receive five yards handicap. The 100 yards open promises to be a hot race. "Who is 1 Hancock, and bow fast is he?" is the question asked on all Bides in athletic circles. He is a member of the Olympic club of Ban Francisco, but little is known in regard to hie speedihess. Howard and Benjamin are mostly fancied for this event, however. The former is much faster than last year, and will be decidedly in every race that he starts in. Not much is known about Smith, the Pasadena entry, but he will have to be a good one to run in ahead, and would have to tie or lower the Southern California record of 10 4-6 seconds. Skillman, the crack miler, has ar rived from San Francisco and exercised at Athletic park yesterday afternoon. He is a small man, but he can reel off the laps. He is liable to break the ■coast record on Monday afternoon. jf — AT ROACH'S MERCY. 'Prlscoti Left Handed Batters Oeuld Not Hit tbe Ball. San Francisco, May 27. — Pitcher Roach of tbe Los Angeles team had the left-banded batters of the home team at his -mercy this afternoon. Hoffman pitched a strong #ame, but it was One of the visiting team's batting days, and they earned six of their runs. Los An geles, 7; San Francisco. 4. fIAJi FRANCISCO. AB RSB HB PO A T. J. Sharp, 2 b 5 0 1 0 3 4 32 Hanley, r. 1.... '.. 8 0 « O 4 0 O Belts. 3d h. 5 0 2 0 2 2 O D. Sweeney, c. f. 6 1 1 0 1 O 1 Levy, L t 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 Spies, c 8 0 <© 0 8 0 0 P. Sweeney, lb. 3 1 1 010 2 0 Peonies, s.s 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 "■Hoffman, p. 3 10 0 13 0 Total 37 4 « 224 14 3 LOS ANSELEH. AB B BH SB FO A ■ Wright, c. f s a 1 0 2 O 0 Tredway, 1. ( 4 1 «1 O 2 O 0 McCauley, Ist b 4 '2 3 0 9 0 1 Hasamaear, s. s 4 0 1 1 2 7 1 Olenalvin,2b 4 2 2 0 4 3 2 Newman, r.-f 4 H> a 0 1 0 0 Halen,3d b 4 l 2 0 1 3 a Rogers, c 4 0 1 O 6 0 0 Boach, p 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 Total 87 7-12 "0 2715 « SCOBB »T UMU99OR. 128456789 San Francisco ~0 I 0 0 0 O 1 2— 4 Los Angeles 1 03 0 2001 *- 7, NUMMARY. Earned rune—San Francisco, 2; Los An geles, 6. Seme runs—McCauley, Tredway. MWe-base hltsvwrtght, Huleo. t t - Two-base hits—Newman, D. Sweeney, Sharp, Belts. Sacrifice hit*—Hanley, Levy. Spies, Peoples, Hoffman, Roach, First base on errors—San Francisco, 4: LOl Angeles, 2. First base on called balls—San Francisco, 5,- Los Angeles, O. Left on bases—San Francisco, 12; I<os Aa geles, O. Struck out—By Hoffman, 2; by Roach, 4. Passed balls—Bogers, 1. Umpire—McUermott. RIGHT TO FIVE. The Colonel* Again Downed by Use Dukes of Santa Clara. San Jose, May 27;—O'Brien's errors and San Jose's batting won the game to day from Oakland. San Jose, 8; hits, 14; errors, 2. Oakland, 5; hits, 8 ; errors, 9. Batteries: Lookabaugh, Clark; Gee man, Wilson. NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL. The Oriole* Lose Two Game* In Use Straggle Wish. Cleveland. Baltimore, May 27.—The home team's inability to bat lost both games. In tbe first, tbe fielding was brilliant, but tbe bits few. Buffing ton was knocked out in the second. First game—Baltimore, 2; bits, <G.; errors, 5. Cleveland, 3; hita, 5; errors, 3. Batteries: Cobb, Gunson; Young, Timmer. Second game—Baltimore, 5; hits, errors, 0. Cleveland, 10; hits, 11; errors, 4. Batteries: McMahon, Buffington and Robinson; Davies, Timmer. THE BRIDKGROOMH NOT IN IT. .Brooklyn, May 27.—Brooklyn was Bimply not in it. ißrooklyn, 1; bits, 3; errors, 11. St. Louis, 13; hits, 1Q ; errors, 5. Batteries: Kennedy and Inks ; Kina lowj Gleaeon, Buckley. KEEFE HIT HARD. Philadelphia, May 37.—Keefe was hit almost at will by the opponents. Philadelphia, C; hits, 9 : errors, 3. Cincinnati, 8; hits, 18; errors, 3. Batteries: Keefe, Clement; Mullane, Murphy. !ME LOUISVILLE SLUOHKRB. Boston, May 27.—The Louisville team Newspapers endorse. i "Educator* are certainly tbe greatest bene lartoro of the race, and after reading Dr. Frank lin Mile*'* popular works, cannot he<p declar ing him to be among tbe most entertaining and educating authors."—New York Daily. He is not« stranger to our readers, as hie advertise ment* appear in our column* in every issue, celling attention to the fact that his elegant wort on Nerjpus and He,u, t Diseases is dis tributed free hy our enterprising druggist C. H. Hance. Trial bottles of Dr. Miles's Nervine are gijan away, «lso book of Testimonials show ing that it is unequaled for nervous prostra tion, headache, poor memory, dizziness, sleep lessness, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy. Falsa Keohomy !Is practiced by people who buy inferior arti cles of food because cheaper than standard goods. Infants are entitled to the best food (Ob tainable. It Is a fact .that the Gail Borden "Eagle Brand Condensed Milk Is the best in fant JEood. Your grocer and druggist keep it. fib-lion's Consumption Cure. This 1* beyond question tho most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses Invariably cuie the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while it* wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of mediciae. Since its first discovery it ha* been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can-stand, v you have a cough we earnestly ask yon to trr it. trice loc, SOo and 11. If your lung* are ■ore, chest or bask lame, use Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch A Co.. and all retail druggists. Broadway Undertaking Parlors. Howry A Bresee, funeral directors, Broad. w»y, near Sixth st. Telephone 243. Open nights, ■lugged their opponents and won eas iiy. . Boston, 3; bits, 7; errors, 4. Louisville, 10; hits, 12; errors, 3. Batteries: Nichols,Bennett; Stratton, Dowde. knell's effective twiruns, Washington, May 27.—Galvin was hit freely, while Knell was very effect ive. Washington, 6; hits, 14; errors, 5. Pittsburg, 4; hits, 6; errors, 3. Batteries: Knell, Miiligan; Galvin Mock. luby's same. New York, May 27.—1t was Luby's game. New York, 1; hits, 3; errors, 2. Chicago 4: hits, 8; errors, 2. Batteries: King, Fields; Luby, Schri ver. * Western League. Toledo, May 27.—Toledo, 5; Indian apolis, 4. Minneapolis, May 27.—Minneapolis, 8; Omaha, 7. Kansas City, May 27.—Kansas City, 8; Ft. Wayne, 1. Choice Stock Sale. Choice trotting bred colts, fillies and geldings. Bargains may be had in these before June Ist, of Geo. H. Reed, at race track, Lob Angeles. A BIMETALLIC LEAGUE. THE FRIENDS OF SILVER PROPOSE TO ORGANIZE. Ringing Resolutions Adopted by the Sliver Convention at Washington. Election of Officers, Etc. Washington, May 27.—At the evening session of the silver convention, the committee on resolutions reported the foHowing preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted: Whereas, with a single gold standard, relief from tbe evils of continued falling ■prices is impossible; and Whereas, the restoration of a bime tallic standard, with the coinage of both metals on equal terms, lies at the found ation of all economic reforms; therefore Resolved, That free and unlimited coinage of silver on equal terms with that of #old, and on the ratio now estab lished hy law, is the paramount issue before the American people today, and shall not be suppressed. Resolved, That we, in answer to tbe demand for honest money, declare that tbe debtor will have discharged his full duty to the creditor by paying him such money as was full legal tender at the time the debt was contracted. Resolved, That we will not support for a legislative or executive office, any candidate who is -not 'thoroughly com mitted by platform and declaration to tbe full restoration of'the monetary sys tem, violently disturbed by the legisla tion demonetising silver in 1875. Resolved, That, while we would hail with joy tbe co-operation of other na tions in tbe restoration of silver to its propei monetary position, yet we de mand that tbe United States right the wrong it has perpetrated upon the pro ducing and industrial classes, without regard to the action of other nations. Signed: B. Clark Whrelkr, Colorado, Chairman. V.. James McArthur, Illinois. Walter Campbell, Ohio. Wm. W. Dixon, Montana. A. C. Shwn, Kansas. A. J. Weosexbcrn, Virginia. L. D. Boltw, lowa. A number of addresses were made, and then the report of the committee on organization was read. It recom mends the formation of a national bi metallic league, whose object shall be to resist the purpose to fasten on this country a gold standard, and labor for the restoration of free bimetallic coinage. Tbe league shall hold its first annual meeting in Washington the 22d of Feb ruary, next, and there shall be such other meetings as the executive com mittee may call. The committee is authorized to organize subordinate leagues in every voting precinct in the country. The convention elected the following officers ior the ensuing year: A. J. Warner, Ohio, president; Lee Crandall, Washington, secretary; J. P. Kljngle. Washington, treasurer. They, with the following, will consti tute the executive committee: F. G. Newlands, Nevada; Jas. B. Grant, Colo rado ; Richard Lacy, New York; S. M. Rumsey, Missouri; J. H. Reagan, Texas; Congressman Watson, Georgia ; Henry Carey Baird,: Pennsylvania, and Senator Daniel, Virginia. Vice-presidents were selected for a numberj of states, among them the fol lowing: Herman L. Taubeneck, Illi nois; G. G. Symes, Colorado; Sen ator Stewart, Nevada; Representative Bland, Missouri; Miles Searles, California; Wiltiam P. St. John, New York; ex-Senator Van Wyok, Nebraska; Mr. Durham, Washington; Senator Morgan, Alabama; ex-Senator Ingalls, Kansas; Senator Mitchell,Oregon; Sen ator Sanders, Montana; J. W. Huston, Idaho; T. V. Powderly, Pennsylvania; rL. L. Polk, North Carolina; Senate; Blackburn, Kentucky. Adjourned till tomorrow. SHE CAPTUREoIiIM. A l'lucky Woman's Straggle With a Thief. An attempt at robbery was nipped in tbe bud yesterday afternoon at De George's saloon, on Upper Maid street, by Mrs. ©c George. She .happened to go into a back room where there were seme zup plies and found a man appropriating a box of cigars to his own use without paying for It. Mrs. De George grabbed him, and in spite of bis efforts to get away, held on to her price until Officer Goodman >came and took tbe thief to tbe police station. Here be gave bis name as George W. Carpenter. A letter was found on him written by Ed. Whitson from the county jail. The writer speaks in familiar terms of Amos Abbott,and calls Carpen ter bis friend. THE CHICAGO EXHIBIT. It Has Mot Been Closed, Bat Is Doing Good Work. It has been reported that the South era California exhibit at Chicago has been closed. Mr. Dan Freeman yester day denied this statement. He says that the exhibit is now located in the ticket office of the Sante Fe company at tbe corner of Clark and Adams streets, where it occupies six. show windows and considerable floor space. Other displays are made in tbe win dows of leading stores and in tbe offices of tbe more important hotels, so that Southern California is really better ad vertised than ever before. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1892. End of the Mullally Trial-Kntght* Tem plar—Notes. Pomona, May 27.—The Mullally trial came to a close yesterday afternoon and resulted in a verdict of guilty. There is now only one more case on tbe docket, and that is to come up in about thirty days. As all the drinking places are now closed many people seem to be im pressed with the idea that prosecutions ought to stop. Judgment in the Mul lally case will be pronounced tomorrow at noon. It is understood that tbe case will be appealed. Tbe county farmers' institute is in session today, and the proceedings so far have been highly interesting and in structive. There is a large attendance and our people are making every effort to make the sojourn of the visitors pleasant. Tbe Knights Templar of Pomona at tended services last night—Ascension day—at St. Paul's Episcopal church. The rector, Sir Knight Adams, preached an appropriate sermon, and the music rendered by the choir was impressive. This being the first 'gathering of tbe Knights Templar of Pomona, and there being no organisation here, the attend ance did not represent toe full strength of the order here. About twenty of the forty or fifty who reside here and here abouts were present. There is strong talk of organizing a commandery here. Tbe sir knights are among our most re spected and best-known citizens, and a credit to the order which they represent. The directors of Hotel Palomares held a meeting last night for tbe transaction of routine business. The annual meet ing will be held on June 6th, at which time the question as to whether the hotel will be closed for the summer will be decided. . . Tbe Baptist church was crowded l(taf night on tbe occasion of the concert. The music is said to have been above tbe average. The audience bad the pleasure of listening again to tbe charm ing soprano, Mrs. Morgan, nee Overton, who is down from Fresno county for a short visit. The subject for Sunday morning's sermon at the Universalis^church is the parable of Dives and Lazarus. In the evening serial No. 5, in answer to the question, Does tbe NewTestimentTeach Universahsm ? will be given. The Uni-' versalist church is receiving some radical repairs. We understand that the bids for the construction of the new school house will be opened tomorrow. The Unitarian society ie getting all things ready for the erection of a hand some church. Tbe weather is lowering. THEY LIKE CALIFORNIA. Two Prominent Eastern Manufacturers Who' Like Our Climate. Messrs. Sol E. King and Hugh Hamil ton of the extensive agricultural manu facturing firm of King & Hamilton of Ottawa, 111., one of the largest concerns of the kind in the east, are at present sojourning at the Hotel Spaulding and the Hotel Green, in Pasadena, and both gentlemen, who have traveled exten sively, are perfectly charmed with Southern California and its semi-tropical climate. Mr. Hamilton is so delighted with this section that he has purchased a seven-acre orange grove on California avenue, and will at once erect a $25,000 residence thereon, and spend his win ters here in the future. Mr. Hamilton is a thorough Scotchman, and -while he considers Scottish scenery the most beautiful in the world, he has been con verted to the manifold charms cf life in Southern California. Mr. King, hie partner, it is probable will also buy an orange grove and build a winter residence in this favored land. "We consider Ottawa the most beautiful spot in the east," said that gentleman yesterday," "but since I have been in Southern California, I must confess that all that has been said ttboutits scenic and climatic beauties has not done tbe subject justice. It is the ideal spot on earth to live." Mr. King is accompanied by his tal ented daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Nash, who is recuperating her health in beactiful Pasadena. Fortunes In Real Batata. Now is the time to get a home. In a short time prices of real estate will im prove and you will regret your lost op portunity. Bargains daily appear on the first page of tbe Hkrald. Quick Returni Are obtained by advertising in tbe class ified columns of tbe Herald on the first and second pages. WHY Royal Baking Powder is Best. " The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Government. "I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, "the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt edly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D." Late United States Government Chemist, POMONA. rtealttßaking UJL^Powder: Dsed in Millicms of Homes--40 Years the Standard CAVALRY WANTED. THE SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAIN RESERVATION CONSIDERED. Meeting Yesterday of the Chamber of Commerce—A Request Made of the Secretary of tlie Interior. The board of directors of tbe chamber of commerce met yesterday afternoon. There were present Directors Wells, Jev ne, Hazard, Graff, Forman, McGarvin, Edwards. After the transaction of routine busi ness the committee on laws and legisla tion reported the articles of incorporation for the chamber, and the secretary was instructed to secure the necessary sig natures and file them with tbe proper authorities. As the work on the by laws was not completed the committee was allowed one week. Director Hazard announced that next Tuesday a number of aldermen and city officials from Boston would visit the city, and he requested that some atten tion be paid to tbe matter by the cham ber of commerce. It was decided that the president be authorized to appoint a committee to assist in the reception of the visitors. The secretary and superintendent ten dered a report with regard to the ex hibit at the state board of trade in San Francisco. Tbe following were appointed a com mittee to confer with the board of super visors in the matter: E. F. G. Klokke. H. Jevne, D. K. Edwards, M. L. Graff, McGarvin, Forman. Director Graff offered the following resolutions: Whereas, The secretary of the inte rior has made a reservation within the Sierra Madre mountains to protect the water sheds of Southern California, and is about to reserve a large portion of tbe San Bernardino mountains for the same useful purpose, be it Resolved, That the chamber of com merce of Los Angeles petitions the sec retary of the interior to secure a proper control and management of these reser vations to the end that the trees and Bhrubs covering the mountains be not carelessly wasted or destroyed by fire or otherwise, and we would respectfully suggest that an officer be placed in charge of these reservations, and that a troop of cavalry be detailed as a patrol to protect the reservations. COMPANY C'S BALL. Citizen Soldier* Intake Their Lady Friend* Trip tbe Fantastic. When the opening strains of the grand march by Abrend's orchestra were heard last night at 0 o'clock at tbe military ball of company C, Seventh regiment, N. G. C, in their armory on Broadway, between eighty and ninety couples par ticipated in the dignified promenade, which always precedes more strenuous efforts of a light and fantastic nature. The decorations in the armory con | eisted almost exclusively of palm leaves, although bunting and a few flags had also been called into requisition. An innovation was the placing of the band stand in the center of the hall. This likewise was covered with palm leaves, and at each angle there was attached to a post, one of the company's drums, which gave tbe stand gui tea martial ap pearance. Along the walls, between the win dows, on both sides of the armory, were crossed muskets with bayonets at tached, and among some of these appeared cards bearing the names of the different companies of the regiment, while on the wall opposite the entrance a large shield composed of bunting bore the monogram of the company giving the ball. A semi-circular screen of palm leaves at the door protected the dancers from the indiscreet gaze of out siders. There was a new wrinkle adopted on the occasion of this ball which made it incumbent for any gentleman who in vited a lady to dance to receive an inti mation from her at which station he was to report to her before the orchestra struck up. These stations were the places where the cards of tbe different companies had been placed upon tbe walls. After about fifteen dances,which were thoroughly enjoyed by the soldiers bold and tbe pretty young ladies who had accepted invitations, the ball con cluded at considerably past midnight, all voting Co. C's ball a success. The committeesVere as follows: Floor—Captain Theo. Meyer; aids, Sergeant Tritt, Private Moore, Private Messacar, Private Sale. Executive—Lieutenant Alfonso, Ser geant Lamp, Corporal Kimball, Private Cheever, Private Winans. Reception—Sergeant Crawford, Cor poral Luken, Corporal Casey, Private Washburn, Private Stephenson. The brigadier-general's staff was rep resented by Lieut.-Col. Freeman G. Teed. Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, uepend ing upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look: it your stomach be disordered you have a dyspepiic look, and if your kid neys be affected yon have a pinched look. Se cure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonic; acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, bletches, boils and gives a good complexion, fold at C. F. Heinzeman's drug store, 222 North Main street, 50c der bottle. "When tbe Queen Went To tbe Biviera some weeks ago, she was ac companied by a donkey and cart, four broughams, eight horses, one spring mattress and one iron bedstead, besides a lot of dogs and cats, and lords and ladies in waiting. The Item does not state the style of broughams used, but we are under the impression they are very similar to those now on exhibition at 210 and 212 North Main street by Hawley, King A Co." _ I Answer This Question. Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 750 we will sell them Shiloh's Vitafizer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch A Co., and all re tall druggists. Ladies, Attention! You can now be supplied, without sending east or to San Francisco, with fashionable Carriages. Broughams, Victorias, Bockawa/s, Spider Phaetons, Traps or Carts, by Hawley, Klne A Co. Call and inspect their new exhibit at 210-212 North Main street. ' ■ Fish, 7% cents a pound. Broadway market. Long Beach Pavilion—Fish dinners Saturday and Sunday a specialty. Scrofula In Ha Worst Form—" White Swell ing " Cured. The remarkable effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla la the following case illustrates the power of this medicine oyer all blood diseases: "My son, 7 years old, had a whit* swelling come on his right leg below the knee, which con tracted the muscles so that his lag was drawn up at right angles. Physicians lanced the swelling, which discharged freely, but did not help him materially. I considered hint A Confirmed Cripple. I was about to take him to Cincinnati for an op eration, expecting hi* leg would have to be taken off, and began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla in order to get up his strength. The medicine wok* up hi* appetite, and soon piece* of bone, were discharged from the sore. We continued with Hood's Sarsaparilla, as it seemed to be doing him so much good, and the discharge from the sore decreased, the swelling went down, tbe leg straightened out, and In a few months be had perfect use of his leg. He is now apparently a* well as ever." John L McMorray, Notary Pub lic, Bavenswood, W. Va> I Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggist*, tit six for IS. Prepared only bpC. L HOOD St CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass VOO Poaea One Dollar FOR GROCERY CLERKS. $250.00 OA " H . To be given to the six retail grocery clerks who shall have sold the largest number of cans of Cowdrey's DEvmin Ham before August Ist next. EVERY SALESMAN likes to sell an article that he can conscien tiously recommend for its merits, and EVERY READER of this statement wants the very best that money can buy. When the cost is only two bits a package, but few will be denied. Yoa may have used j COWDREY'S DEVILED HAM, and yet not know that it received last year the Award of the Mechanics In&titutk of San Francisco for the BEST DEVILED HAM. To receive proper inttructions, contestants for the premiums should send postage stamps and address to COOK & LANGLKY, Agents, • Los Angeles, Cal. ANTELOPE VALLEY. Antelope Valley is coming rapidly to the front bb a farming section, and locations on good land are of daily occurrence. The firm with which Mr. Andrew Young It connected, at No. 124% 8. Spring street, room 5. is now prepared to show some very choice prices. We nave an experience of years in locating. We know every acre of volley, We go up twice a week, and will show the land as well as the location. Call at room 5, office ol 8. H. BUTTEBFIELD, No. 124% 8. Bpring, Los Angeles, Cal, Mention the name of this paper. 5-3 lm ANTELOPE VALLEY FOR CHEAP HOMES, Where $20 can be made on every $1 invested. We have known these lands for years and are well JJSS 6 " on choice locations, having sold over 7000 acres of the above lands in the last SiS? ™°nt n ' l - We have relinquishments ir a . na i l . 2o^ aore i racts tßa * can be had at from f* 0 * 150 5* eh - AlB ° school and patented lands. »>4 to $8 an acre. Government lands located. Call 130 B. 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We remove afi desire for intoxicants of all kinds. We never fall in any case and never injure any one We cure those who have been pronounced incur able bj others. We cure those who have taken the gold treatment and relapsed. We miaran tee a cure or refund your money. No hypo dermic ipjec-tions used. If you desire partic ulars, call on or address »-»»««. T X BO S^§ A FT ARIU M COMPANY. No. 243 s. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. 5-18 lm GASEL THE TAILOR 250 SOUTH SPRING STREET, , LOS ANGELES. ,] ess? iio 50 ± To Order, M M\U 5