THEANACONDA STANDARD: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1889.
-Marvin rum down the homwlwteh^ad the whip frealjr. but the little mar*^her feet well and trotted under the^without a skip in 2 :!^^*.
MikeCuahinc and^matched for a n
andsimple. A clltterinflt diamond would^no special attraction for the bride,^a irooiu cares not for a swallow tail^coat. They are satisfied with their lot.
andin this lies the secret of^Better lis 'tis
AustinGibbons are^ght for ^500 a side. The^California Athletic club has been asked^to offer them a purse, and if they accept^the fl^ht wiU take place on their grounds.
BillyMyer, the champion liatot weight,^has received a telegram from San Fran-^clsco statins; that his finish fight with Car^^roll for $10,000 a side is a go. The fight^will prolmbly take place in Mexico.
EagleBird, at one time the champion^trotting stallion in (^tdorado, was recently^destroyed at the Huerfano stock farm of^J. N. cfarllsle in consequence of an injury^received in the pasture while evidently^lying down to roll.
Theonly brood marcs that liave each^produced two stallions with records of^5:20 or butter are Columbine, cluiu of Au-^teco, 'J:1^V. ^^^^ Antevolo, 2-.19W, and^Waterwitch, dam of Viking, 2:1^^^, and^Mambrino Girl, 2:20.
Thepeiniant-wiiiiierH this year are the^New Yorks in the National htague, On in has^in the Western association, Detroit* in^the International league, and ilrooklyns^in the American association. The Brook-^lyns have not exactly settled their case^yet, but they are sure winners.
Thosewho have controlled the business^say that this year has ttceii one of the^heaviest pool-selling yeurs on the Grand^circuit on record. At the Buffalo meeting^over 940O.00O was in the |^ool-box. Hart^^ford came next with $^75,UUO. Cleveland^had fEl^O.UUO and Rochester ^:t2O,000. -^Chicago Time*.
TheBoston ami Baltimore clubs will^^tart west next month. The places off^Brouthers and Kelly will km tilled by^Kwiug and Brown. The New Yorks will^meet the aggregation at St. Louis on No^^vember 15, ami together they will go by^way of Kansas City, Denver, and Suit Lake^City to Sail Francisco.
JamesB. Gray has just been home to^Maryville, Mo., for the pur|^ose of ship^^ping nineteen yearlings, mostly by Fans-^tils, to Westchester, N. Y. ^Uncle Jim^^proposes to hereafter winter at Morris^Park anil make the eastern tracks tl^^center of his ^^|^crutioiis. He will break^,siid develop his youngsters there for pri^^vate sale.^ The Homeuian.
AMinneapolis pais-r says: Negotia^^tions bus been opened by the brotherhood^of baseball players for the purchase t^ff^the MinneaiMtlis and St. I'aul franchise,^in order that they may locate hall tennis^in the twin cities this year. The deal is^yet in embryo, but the St. Paul managers^have been offered f10,000 iu cash for their^franchise. Two emisaries off the brother^^hood have Iteen in Mimieu|M^lis for the^oust two weeks, and, it is said, have made^favorable re|K^rts to their chiefs.
Walter^ Irats'a string of race horses^was sold at auction at Morris Park on^Saturday. Klkwood, who won the 18H8^Suburban, was bought by Mr. Kittson for^s6.0U0. He had two splints, and will prol^-^ahly never be sent out to race again. It^is understood Mr. Kittson will take him^to the Erdenheim stock farm for breed^^ing purposes. Among other horses sold^was Pocatello for #1,HU0, Middlcstonc for^$1,026, and a chestnut colt by imported^Great Tom for $1,0U). A number of^youngsters from Milton Young's stock^farm were also sold.
AtFresno Friday Marvin, who is in^charge here of the Palo Alto stock farm's^^table, exercised Sunol at a rather sharp^gait for ten minutes and then nodded for^the word. President Lewis Leach tapped^, the bell and the mare was started on her^trot. She was doing grandly, and when she^reached the quarter in 32 seconds those^who knew her staying qualities were satis-^fled she would make her mark at the^wire. Straube's Teaser, a running mare,^her up in the hackstrctch and
A SCHEME REVIVED.
faithass ef Uwtr California Agaia^lTa^ler Consideration.
Washingtonsis-rial to the Man Francisco Chron-
Thepurchase from Mexico of the pen^^insula of Lower California, it is more than^likely, will come before Congress again for
consideration,and in all probability under^more favorable circumstances than ever^before.
Thesenate committee on irrigation, re^^cently investigating the subject in Cali^^fornia, found at the extreme south end off^state u tract of Isittom land, the extent of^which is very great, tlie soil being fertile^but practically worthies* unless irrigated.^Tlie land could Is- wutcn-d at little ex-^|M^nsc, plenty of water being available^near by, anil all that is necessary Is-iug to^cut a canal to the Colorado river. How^^ever, tlie only practicable |^oiiit at which^this cull be done is across the Mexican^border.
Theonly satisfactory way to accomplish^this work would Is- the purchase off LaWMP^California, and it is thought that Mexico^might lie induced to sell, as the laud is of^little value U^ her. There are many rea^^sons urged why the purchase should lie^made, one being that it would have the^effect of giving our Pacific coast line a^natural termination. Just us the purchase^of Florida completed the Atlantic coast^line.
Theproblem off irrigation is rapidly^coming to the front, ami there needs to he^but little doubt that the re|s^rt of the scn-^^^tt^ committee will show the complete^feasibility of irrigation, and favor the^acquisition of the |^eiiiiisula of LowerCuli-^fortiiu.
Onaue to 1
THELARGEST. THE BRIGHTEST.
TWOPRETTY YUM YUMS.
It was ul-^yotlilg women^*s steward and^Commissioner
broughther to the half in lcObVt. Sunol^never before showed such speed In public^and Marvin kept urging her. Site reached^the three-quarters in 1 V^.
TheSan Francisco Kjraminer contains^this account off the famous filly, Sunol^and the way in which she broke her record^at Fresno last week: Sunol is a large,^well-developed, dark-bay filly, with black^mane and tall. She is close to 16 hands^high and waa foaled in the spring of 1886.^She waa sired by Electioneer, Tier dam^being Waxana by General Benton,
CandamWaxy, a thoroughbred mare by^-xiugton. A comparison of the hlood^lines of Sunol with those of Maud S. and^J ay-Eye-See shows that the three greatest^off American trotters were bred on the^same theory, that of crossing standard-^bred trotting sires with mares containing^^0 or more per cent, of thoroughbred^blood. As a yearling Sunol was not seen^iu public, but Marvin, her driver and^trainer, is authority for the statement^^hat she was at that age able to^beat Norlaine that made a record^of 2:H1*^. She made her first ap^^pearance in her 2-year-old form, anil eas^^ily won all the stakes In which she was^engaged, and closed a brilliant season by^trotting a mile over the Bay District track^last October in 2:18, lowering Wildttow-^er's record of 2:21, made over the same^track on October 22, 1881. As u :t-yi ar-old^Sunol first appeared at Petaluma on Au^^gust 2S^, where, owing to the lack of condi^^tion, she was defeated by Lillian Wilkes,^after winning the first heat, the time off^the race being 2:21*4, 2 :\7%, 2:22. 2:26. At^Oakland, on Septriutier 5, she retrieved^her lost laurels and finished in front of^Lillian Wilkes and Margaret S., if*'-' :21,^2:24*4, 2:20. She followed up this W'tory^by winning th^^ Occident stakes at Sacra^^mento, where, on Septcmtier 12, she was^honored with a walkover, and. acconi-
Kalliedby a running mute, she reduced^er record to 2:16*,. Four days later she^again defeated Margaret S., off the reel^in 2:20*4. 2:21%, 2:18.
Not Permitted to land^Here.
Fromthe Han Kranrlsro Chronicle.
TlieAmerican bark Spartan, which ar^^rived hen. on ^ letols r :i from Hakudutc,^Japan, has a Japanese crew. There are^only two white men on board the craft.^Among those on hoard when the vessel^docked were two pretty Japanese girls,^veritable Yum Yiims, whose startling^beauty fairly dazzled the eyes of^William Murphy and other cus^^tom house inspectors.^Icgcd that one of the^was the wife of the vesse^the other was her sister,^of Immigration Thorn lee thought it Is-st^not to allow the girls to land without an^investigation. He accordingly sent a let^^ter to Collet-tor Phelps, who in turn re^^ferred the east- to the surveyor of the port.^It was finally decided not to allow the^women to come ashore until their case^should Is- thoroughly investigated. An^iiis|m-ctor was placed on hourd the vessel^pending the investigation, which will tuke^place on Monday.
Mrs.Cleveland In Marble.
WashingtonIMspatch to the lx^uii^vlllc Courier^Journal.
Abeautiful white marble bust of Mrs.^Cleveland, u|m^u a |m-dcstul of black and^white marble, is now ts-cupying a corner^off Mrs. Wilson's drawing room. It was^left in the ex-marshal's charge when Mrs.^Cleveland went to New York. The bust^is life-size, and is the work off G. Seanki,^Genoa, ami hears date, 1886. It was mud*^from impressions taken when she trav^^eled in Europe. The marble represents^the head and shoulders,showing the chest^midway. The hair is dressed in the style^that is now familiar to tlie public aa that^worn in the photographs extant off this^popular lady, in a coil on the top of the^head. The features are idealized, and^the form is slight. Tlie drapery la a^knitted undergarment made with square^opening ut the neck, edged with Ham^^burg trimming, and a knitted shawl fall^^ing from the shoulders iu a roll forms the^edge of the bust. The statuary will he^sent to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland as soon aa^they are located in their Madison avenue^house, near Sixty-ninth street. New York.
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Ipronounce you man and wife,^ said^Judge Mitchell in his office Wednesday^morning, to Miss Sallie Stephens and Mr,^Dellie Myriek, a couple who had -teppetl^into the judge's office to he made one^And they walked down stairs, up the street^and nut into the broad and glorious coun^^try, where the birds were singing, the^golden harvest lieiug gathered, and^the little rills singing on their way to the^sea; where the sky was blue and the air^pure; where wild flowers were blooming^where the gentle brecies were whispering^through the pines; when- the aroma of^new-mown hay permeated the surround'^ings; where the song of tin- reaper was^heard; where the grazing herds wen- seen:^where the sunlight danced through th^^overhanging lioughs; where tlie green^gross^nature's carpet^was spread out^where field and forest, and hill and dale^alternated; where the husbandman tilled^his fields; where the flower-lsirdered^paths meandered through wooded lawns,^and where ilame nature o|vcii^-d wide her^arms to receive her children.
Happyrural couple! Happier they than^many who flow from hymen s altar to the^gilded halls, where wealth glitters and^fashion sways; happier they than many^who start on the untried journey of mutri^mony from flower-t^etleeke^l clianci i-^happier they, iu their rural simplicity^than many bridal eouples who tn-d at^Brussels carps-Is; happier they in their^rustic country' home than many w ho dwell^in stately mansions. Their waul* arc few
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Sugar- tSranulatcd. per im. ^C^ light hrown,^g0.^^: pulverized II ^ A, New York, $M.!W; loaf,^$13. hi, maple V Jr. 'JOc.
Coffee-- Market strong; green Rio, ItOMe;^Costa Idea, w.r^; .lava MaiKlahliug, tor:^Mocha, :i7^r toe : roasted Kio anil Costa Kica. IMS*^.'7c . roast ci l Carbalo, 32c: roasted Mocha and^Java, 3s4fcoOc; Arhuckle's, 3Rc.
TeasJapan. iVu-KIc; KnglUli breakfast, 4f*^t^St.no: tiuu|m^wder, -LVtiASl-OO; extra Young Hy^^son, 75c.
Pickles Per keg. Is, ^I.'J5; 3S. SS.UO: s, Sa.M;^10s, *:i.aU(iC4..'W.^Timothy wed ^ lVr cwt.^Potatoes California, *\^Cabbage Per cw t, *3.^Kggs, |m^r ease, s.-..r^i6wi.0O.^Putter, per Jr., a.V^t*^e.^Cheese, per Th. MiVJtic.
Fruits l^ric^l apples, per 5-lh packages. Trie^^ft.00: ditto sliced, ro-Jr. Ihivcs. 14c per Jh . |m^acbes,^Halt Lake. 16c: apricots, i-.s-. eva|m^rated ditto,^a8e; hlackWrrles, 1.1c; rasplierrie*. 3fie.^California fruits, ar..iss-rti.rs^ per case.^3-lh Standard tomatoes. a3..v^,^2-W^ Standard corn, S3.ua.^a-D Standanl peas, fn.ni: imnili, #'J.T5.^^j-S^ string and I.una beans, .^^_'.7.%.^lined Ib-ans Navy, fii.cm per 100 ^^, Lima,^^37.m; Ibiyos, S6.'JT^.
Wheat,No. i |s-r loo Ih, fi.no.^Corn, rrarked. is-r H^^ lh. *l.7r^.^Kran. per 100 t^, tl.ao; bran anil shorts per 100^Jt^, 9\.n^.
Klour-Per 100 Pillsbury's best, 94; Ogden,^*^..'^^: Stragne ^llaisy,^ M.iii.^Corn meal, |s^r n^i ^'.^..'^.^(tat meal, pc r luo t^, ai.ao.^Ijirtt 1/v.
Fresh Meats-Fork 15e; beef HGfjnc, lamb,^quarters. 7.'^-^h : on; mutton TSit.v.
SaltMeats llau. loff.-jur; bacon IV, corued^beef Ilk., |h^rk 15e; saus:kge Vi^ l.%e.^Coal -Per ton. haul Sit*, soft $^:^.:*^.^\\ ^sl - Per eord .^^..-*^.^Ilav Per ton ^j.-^.iwi.^straw - Per ton .^r.'.oo.^Oats-Fer cwt. $j.ui.
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