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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, iMp.
PimDoyliss Will Probably bt Re-^called from Hiyti by Ir. Blaine.
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FnilIKxiKlaitM, the present minister to^Hayti, tuts ls*en hiiiiIiIm'iI by tin- Haytian^a-overtiiiM^iit. General Hi|^|^olyte, tlie new^preiiiileut of Huyti refused to treat wild^l^^^unrl.^^..-., in.I Se-eretury Miami* ealled nit^^on tiherardi to K^ to Hayti uml wee^if tlx^ matter can Is* settled. The^I'niuil States lias for years h^m^n en-^^lMr^iriiiK to *n *cii re l.iml at I'nit-an-Prince^for i^ caaliiiK station for American war^^ship*. A yi-ur uiro Seeretury Huyard failed^to MMM** tin- laud, hut ovit since Lcncrul^Hip|Milyt^- secured for himself tin* presi^^dency of Huyti Seeretury Blaine ha* IiimI^bis eye on Huyti, with u view of seciiritiu^a Htutioti, whicb we nivtl very mucli.
Kx-MiuistcrTbompsou, tin- predecessor^of Minister l^oUKlus^,i^t u Brooklyn mulat^^to, anil wliih- lie wuk ut Port-au-Prince li^^^von not liki*^l by the Huytiuns mmmm be^wah a colored iii.in. The HuytiuiiH Im-^lievcd that they wi-n- Immhu unfuirly dcult^with hy tin- I'mled Stutrat, claiming that^our government hIm^wi^i1 th^*m diaresis-ct^in KcmlhiK u colored miuiflcr to I'ort-uu-^Prince, whih- every other nation was rap-^nwnhil liy wllito men.
Tin*French MHMt sent a nobleman.^Count il^' li hs MuiaoiiM, to Port-au-Prince,^ami it if largely for that reason that the^Huytiuns always had a lietter liking for^Franee than for the United States. The^HaytiaiiM were cxci-ediuirly tliHup|M^inted^when they learned that another eoloretl^man, Pnil IIimikIui*, had Is en ollVi-til the^|m^sition of minister.
Hefore Minister Douglass left for Hayti^he had a long interview with Secretary^Blaine, who urged him to see ore the right^to establish an Aiiieriean fouling station.^Sinee his arrival Minister Oouirlus* has^lint enjoyed the same courtesies ut the^hands of the Haytian authorities as has^l^-en cstciuled to the representatives of^the other |a^wera. While President Hi|i-^^ ailyte haa not heen o|m^nly fliaeotirteous,^ItouglaaN feels that his presenee in the^Huytiun capital ia not very deairuhle. He^has thus fur tteeli iiiiaueeeaafiil in Ilia at^^tempt to secure till- lllllell ilesireil site for
Admiral(iherardi ia ut present ^ am-^maiiiler-iii-^ hief of the Anii-rii'itii naval^forces on the North Atlantie, and Presi^^dent Hippolyte has a great liking for him.^Just after (iherartli had n-tiirned from^Huyti. ut the eloae of the revolution there.^In- was inatrtieted to prta-eed ut nnee to^this city. A ('ahinet meeting waa held ut^the White House u few hours later, und^Admiral (iherardi, who wua present, in^^formed the president that the Huytiuus^wen^ ver^' iiiueh di-^appoiiited when they^learned that another eoloretl representa^^tive of the I'uited Suites hail lieeii si-tit to^tin- Hayti.in capital, and that President^Hippolyte hail actually refused to^treat with Minister Douglass, when^he suggested that this government^would like to establish u coaling station at^Port-au-Prince. Now Mr. Mlaiiie thinks^he must leave the fpioatioii as to whether^our government shall have it coaling sta^^tion iii Hayti to Admiral (jhcrurdi.
Incase the Haytian authorities decline^to consider Mr. Hlaine's proposition,when^Admiral (therardi arrives ut Port-nu-^Prinee, in ulatut two weeks, it iiiuat then^reiuuin a ^jiiestioii whether Minister^Douglass will not ri'sign, thus euuhliug^Mr. Hlaine to oiler the ministership to a^whiU- man.
Theletter spoken of uhovc coiitains Mr.^Hlaine's inatruetioiia to liherardi to see^what he cull do with President Hippolyte^toward s^s-iiriiig from him the right to es^^tablish a coaling station in Hayti.
PruniIhe Kpirll of the luiu s.
Thepast season is the second in which^the green anil orange of Senator Hearst^of ^ aliforuia haslai-u known on the turf,^and there is no more popular man than^plain ohl-fashioiieil ^luclc tieorgc.^^Srnutor Heart is one of those true Amer^^icans,
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Hemakes^no distinction la-tweeli men, hut ia ap-^proachahli', Itlull , oil hand, pleasant and^sympathetic with everybody the chief^clement* of po|Mllarity. He has an cx-^ti'iisive ranch in J'ex.is, ami no one has^l**cu more MtWMM in his purcha-es. Hc^gave PM^OUO for King I houias, fftflHHf tor^Hallarat, $MJUU for I om li.uiiciit in UMtfL^and jl^,^^ tor tin* sister to Devvdrop, and^J^.,u to tmt the h.ir.'-hrotlii r to Kxile in l*s^'--^nil yearlings. He has yet to reap the re^^ward nf Ins liltcrulity, however. The win-^mugs of his -.table for the season are:^TtHiriiaiiiciit, hr r, 2, liy S.i Miaira4
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Thestake events won hy tin* Hearst sta-^bleure not numerous. Touruaiueiil won the^(iraut Kast*Tii Handicap ut t'ouey Island^(Autumn) and Holly Handicap at Hrook-^lyn t Autumn I meetings. He also ran a^second ill the Nursery and Titan. Hal^^larat won the Hudson stakes ut the Brook^^lyn spring meeting. He run second for^the dnnit Aiiieriean. Hopeful, Algeria and^Holly, tiorgo won the Record Stakes at^the Westchester October meeting, and^wus third in the Suburban. The other^event* were ^overnights.
Tin*stable wua the victim of cruel mis^^fortune. Tournament wua so ill last^winter that he wus given up to die, und^was not fit until autumn. when lie^ftbowod himself unite a colt. Hallarat wua a^great colt in the apriug, but went amiss ut^Monmouth und waa never gi*al again.^CVorgo showed such form in the spring^that it wua thought she would Kettle Fir-^enzi, but after running third for the Su^^burban she wrenched her shoulder und^did not a tart until Westchester** ^ ^ctol**r^meeting when she l* at everything she^met. Anaconda went lame ut the Is gin-^niug of Monmouth and could not start^again. Glouniiug, a gisal Ully, injured^her hock at Motliuouth, aud the ^welling
waaan great a he could not be got naailf^even in the autumn. Mid run naif lit.^Everglade, another good one, waa amiaa^all the year, but showed great apeed in^the autumn in her only raoe.. King
Thouiaa,the $10,00U yearling of 1Mb, was^a great diaap|*^iiitmciit. He developed^aueh a temper that it waa a 1 moat impos^^sible to lianille him.
SenatorHearst's had luck also followed^him at the hands of Judges, starters and^lookejrs. His colt Aiiucoiulu clearly tln-^laiied first for the double event given to^Torso. At Westchester many think bis^filly (iolden Horn beat Ploaaie, to whom^the judge* gave the race. For the July^stakes ut Monmouth his filly Gloaming^had her head turned the wrong way when^i the starter dropped the flag, thus shutting^out the tllly'* chance when she waa in^great fettle. King Thomas waa left at^post in the great eastern. In the great^Titan stakes at Jerome |Mtrk Tournament^would certainly have won had lie not^lieeu knocked out of his stride by the
tostleat the start, fulling almost on his^tncca. Senator Hcarat will have a strong^stable, (iorgo will be in the first class^with Fireiizi, Sulvator, Kueeluiul. Tenny^and Kingston. In a-ycnr-olds the stable^will la* very strong with such a team as^A uacouflu, rournament, Hallarat, (ilnuni-^mg. King Thomas and Kvergludc, every^otic nf which have la-en tried very highly.^With la-tter luck next season, the stable^ought to l*^ one of the first in tin* list of^m Winning ^ Iwners.
Thesensational New Orleans pacer, G.^R. S., paced a trial ut Montgomery, Ala.,^recently, in 2:1M. Thi* i* pretty gi*al for a^Louisiana bred foiir-ycar-ohl. ti. R. S.^will winter in New Orleans. It is need^^le** to say that Ilia owner is considerably^elated over his rapid development.
Itia rc|a^rtcd that an offer of *40,(^^^ has^Im-oh refused by the owners, Messrs. Suth^^erland A Benjamin, (.rami Rapids. Mich.,^for the six-ycar-ohl stallion. Sphinx. 2:'Ji\^by EltH*tioiu*cr, dam Sprite ifull *i*t^*r ti^^Viking, IttMA, by Helmont; 2d dam the^famous old Wutcrwitch. by Pilot, Jr.
AMONG THE FIGHTERS.
Wlmt Mamie of the tireat I'uglllsta Are^1 rating.
JohnLawrence Sullivan, champion of^tin* worlfl is taking good care of himself,^and the promiscuous challenge* which^have lately Inhmi issued to him don't in^^terfere ill the slightest degree with his^sleep, says the pugilistic authority of the^New York Wttrhl. Tlie big fellow i* willing^to meet Jackson, Smith. Mc('ulfrey, Sla-^viu. Kilrain or any living lighter who can^produce enough of what he cull* ^collut.^^^I'm out for the sugar,^ says Sullivan.^^Let these fellow* put up the dust and^then aee if 1 am not still in tin* arena.^^He diM'a not take as much *tock ill^Parson Davies' wonderful Aus^^tralianasmostpeople do,^but he offers to meet Jackson at the Cali^^fornia Athletic club if that pr i*|M*r*oua or^^ganization will put up u purse of $15,000.^Sullivan has fixed the amount of the^purse in the cases of Sluvin, Met'aU'rey or^Kdrain at $10,000, ami he confidently cx-^l**ets to meet one of this formidable tpiur-^tet directly after the alight misunder^^standing which he hull with the Missis^^sippi authorities some mouths ago ia Mot^^tled. William Mold..on says that Kilrain^will I** the ilrHt ot the lot to face^John 1..; Kilrain says In* will^make a match with the big fellow upon^hi* return from the south ; Billy ^ 'urroll,^of Baltimore, says he will II ml #1,000 for^Kilrain to l**t with tin* big fellow on the^outside in lieu of a stake, ami taking all^these thing* into consideration it looks as^though MuldtMin's statement means some^^thing. Sullivan says that if he and Kil^^rain meet again the light will not last so^long a* did the lutttli* of Richburg. tin^the other hand, Kilrain says hi* will Im* in^lartter condition than he was on the mem^^orable occuaion, and will do his l**st to let^the big fellow know he ia lighting,^and there are a giaal many |a*oplc who^still think that Kilrain has a chance^with the champion. Sluvin'* manager^writes that he will put up S 10,000 on hia^man within two months if desirable, and^it certainly d^*'s look as though Sullivan^wua in for a light with aouielMMly. To the^casual observer it naturally up|*-ars that^the Biattoiliuu haa a shade the l**st of the^situation ut present, for he can dictate hia^own terms; hut supposing, for instance,^that the Mississippi courts decide that the^climate of that state will do Sullivan anil^Kilrain a world of gi*al ami they should^gracefully accept the invitation of remain^^ing there a year '.' Perish the thought !
GeorgeCo*lfrey, the colored pugilist,^who ruimsl the calculations of most pug^^ilist!.^ ex|a*rta by soundly thrashing Jack^Asliton, a man whom Providence people^Is li.-ved capable of whipping Sullivan,^has caught the Kuro|*^ ill fever, and will^shortly sail away from these shores to the^land where he will hear such expn ssiolia^a*, *'K'm a Moatniil' likely mug for a black^mi,^ and ^What a jolly puncher '^^ ^*,'*^ if^he suits the tastes of the Britisher*.^That Gtalfrcy'a abilities were very I^lunch uinlcr-cstimatc I is proven hy^hi* recent victory. Only a few^wise |*-ople, ami decidedly few at that,^gave him credit for what hi* showed him^self to I**. Ho was considered ont of the^race altogether, and odds of two to nir*^against him went begging. Jackson said,^after In* bested tosllrey, that it was the^hardest light of his life, ami Jackson has^\vhip|h*d some men of gi*i*at renown. The^Hostoiiian will make money on tin* other^sale, without doubt, and it is not improb^^able that he w ill try to get another ^go^^with the wonderful Australian. Knglaml^i . a Mecca for lighters.
Illthe pugilistic world An t -alia seems |^to Im* gettin ; more than h^ r share of the i^honors. Kight In tin* wake of taw victories I^of Jackson anil Slaviu comes tin* news^that Hilly Met arthy of Mcll*^uruc km **ki d^out Kelleh'^ Sullivan's friend and Boa*^toil's ai*i nil c ioi e pugili**, in I'l to in li.^Then- is no doubt now tuat the country^Is yoml the seas call produce lighters who^call hold their own in any part of the^world, but America has some pretty clever^mi'ii left yet who may tench those for^^eigners a thing or two about Yankee^lighting before long. Kelleher was prac^^tically whipped in the tilth round, but he^took his medicine like a little major, ami^then* is some consolation in thi* for hi*^backers.
TommyWarren, featherweight, who^built up a reputation by paying several^seeollll-cla-s lad* for tile privilege of^whipping them, haa hail Pic monumental^nerve to tiring suit against the California^Athletic club to recover eMUO, which he^claims ia due hi;u for participation ill the^Warren-Frank Murphy hippodrome.^Warren will not recover tin* 98UO, ami he^will soon have to make tracks for thi* part^of the country, for California |M*opli^ have^buil enough of him.
Thepugilist from the smoky city, Pat^Fur.i-ll. ia anxious to get on a match with^the ^Marine.^ ami has |s^,ted a forfeit of^I to show that he means huaincMi. It^ia safe to la-t that he will not have an ^^| -^iMirtuuity to show I.a Blanche how well^In* can light w ithiii the next aix months.^The former follower of the sea is |a.rfi**t-^ly satisfied with himself ut present, im^any m in naturally should be who is mak^^ing money *o fast that it is a burden to^carry it to the ban It. l a Blanche is not^auxioiiM to light, mill he is doing the^proper tini'g in declining to meet anylssly^until he take* in enough of the coin of^the realm over Ilia bar in Sun Francisco^to muke him independent of the world's^go.sls. Tin* he ex|m*cta to do in two^year*.
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