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tawm w-wa (iaMimn, wh m, a-Admn'ad
amavls Ghewsdi n boardn. Is bammd as
a dipimnete miadioa. Jan heeL..e thev ms
eat madi a large .Ieeal deins mt bue.
w aeseiwtary of seat. was lrweeded
tbre.gh she navy department to Admral
Oibermed direct. Tbh greatet seerecy was
mwasinElad regardlli slm coantens ot this
Frd Do'glasu the presest minslter to
HaIti, As hwses snubtbd by she lHatian
geara.nes. General Hippolita, St. new
paat of( H refused to treat wlth
ansi Smetary Blaune ealled up
as Uhermrdi to go to Ha.ri and g
hf the snatter ean he settled. The
Umited Itates him for year bees en
delvoriag to meuase land at Part-su-Prince
for a cmaling station for American war
ship. A year ago .ew.etary Bayard failed
to sme teb land, but ver since Geneanl
Hippolyste secured for bhimaself the pres...
day of Hati Neeret ary Blaine h.s had
his eye an Haytl, with a view of securing
a satsm. which we need very meuch.
as-Mlnester Thompo athe(b
at Mini ter lDogla.sMi parmol mulat
, and while e was at Poa -Prie4nee be
was nas liLkel br she Haytans hbeasuse be
was a a.d m an. The Haytias bte-.
keed i that b er bel.g uttairly deait
with q the Ulstr Sataes, clalming that
rs vss ar aest ashowed theme dimresepest
is a colored s.alniair to Pot-au
Pae, wie ersy other nation was repy
astod Eq white. enes.
memEd byl whiteau msl.
The lrech republtc ens a noblenman,
Count de lem Maleona to Port.ea-Prinsae
aed it is largely for Stat reason that the
Haytlir alwary had a btte' likinLLg fo
ras thae far tshe United Etates. The
Matiam. were esxeedlinctl deimuapantted
when tbs m learmed that another colored
ma., PFre I)ouLia.s, ehal been ufwered the
po-sitk. of minister.
Defors Mainsater lDou.ala left for Hayti
he bad a lone interview with e
Blaime who urged him to secue the ight
te estahih an Ammerian oali station.
Nines his arrival Minister l)ouglaus has
not esnJ)u d te uamne courtesies at the
h-ad. of thm Hartial authoritiee as has
been estended to the reprementatives of
the other powers. White President Hip
po has not een openly disomrteous,
I)o.l elm tt hias prenessce In the
Maptiam capital is not very delsrable. He
has them far eewt unsaumerful in his at
tempt to secure the such desired site fur
a ealiaw statiesa.
a eaoahg staunts.
Admiral Gherardi Is as present Caem
m'aassr- lhitef of the Anericasn aval
fomes. ao the Nortla Atlantic, and Prwl
dent HII b has a ra likin¶g for hium.
Just aer Gerardll ad rtur.ed tra n
Maytl .at hh ecloe of the, revolution therew,
he was lsstlu r ed to Iroceesd at oan. to
this eitg. A ('abln.4 se.tlilmg was held at
the White Hose a few haters later, and
Adairal Gheramuli who was pr-esenst, In
formed the pmWeMlet that the Haytians
were very much dalsppointed when they
Iearsred that autlter colored repnrse.ata
tive .o the United States had bees senet to
the Ha. an ea.rltal. and that Presidrent
Hipoene hadl nosa.llsr retdeal to
eswpte Miister Assamlaew, when
-t- t with I mioie." I.L.L. Im
e magestemd lthat this governssent
would e estahlish a coaling satations at
Por*tea-PrInee. Now Mr. Dlaise thisLak
he must leave the question as to whether
our gove.rss*ant shall have a coalisag sta
tims in Harti to Adluiral Gberanll.
In arse the Haitian authorities decline
to ea.skid Mr. Blaine's prseate,on.when
Admired Gh-erarll arrive at Port-au
Pri.s . about two weeks. t smust then
remain aa quelstion whether Minister
Daglanes wll not rieigna, thus ehnabling
Mr. lu.ane to drfr the ulnisatersmblp to a
The netter spokesl of alove conta.ns Mr.
Blilne'se Instratins to Gh(erarll to see
what h e an do with Presidest Hlppolyte
toward sewrletng fomn hisu the right to es
tablish a coaltn stationk in Hayt.
Irrol. the wCrrY of Use t'uu ie.
TIe fist a-uaws Ia tOw macontd In which
the gre(*f MMa orange of S4.natlor Hearmul
of ('lifnla lubas Ieen knowan on tins turf,
and tbram ha s o nison, Poplml ar manama tuna.
plajan okal-faaalinei.I ·'Lmee 'e.,rae."
S'enato Heart is o, of thloes true Asnier
learn.., .·.4wu Ir oern
-- Us~r qOuh44W is Wrraf
And y~e. lies heatl.is ua * mas "d.
He i a typical Atuericea. He make.
not iliatiactheii ha 4w0I flawi, utE iU ale
peeaewbabk d lulf, ofthanad, ploasant amid
aynmlaathctae. with et·erybndly-the, chief
cle-mgatam ea ppinlarity. H.. lead an us
te-namive rtinch Iii J Ur, amd nu one hum
15em lanioo liberal ina Isla lies elaamusm. He
favt. S40.UIU fur Kimg ''lratmims , *,UW few
Ibullanat. $3,:iU far f'uuramuammeumat m l1I8m,
amad 610UAAL for tha maisetr to lealruarr . usmid
SaJO for the halt-larotlmer to Eil- ik* a**'-m
all yea-ar~lame. He has yet te nup the re,
ward of hmam laiw calmly. Io~weve-r. Tie. wail
amimagm oaf him. ,aul~mila fsar ther aa-oeaase'm cart:
Tournaauset, har a. S. toy 14,r M..ereld
Mallaaeia. lie, 2. Ie) Utar M.elre-el Ira 1-a
vwim ........... 8. . *Aw
( ma. L rIl 1. ay Lm.,asaay Fimlt . 2.1Wdm 1S
Htlda. mfr. mlm e, 3. by Wihelac-Prm-
reae 1S ... .. . 1.120a60
tIeklera Huon. IN t. 2. by n'twsahhrmtt -
(kueautaatieau . N........... TIN I
Sr-....... . y ... ..a .. two 0a
BlKma erh e*. 2. by %taawhl k Karla F 1t&I*
tbea~e.e' e* 3by Flood Itemmetta. mA)
114 el lr 1.e t 2, by Primaewe C(aurlae
Aaeuendla Sa c, S. by M1*el.Shrift-Maki
ot AthUl..................... .......... 150 0
jeuratUL . cha 1.4. bvy Ihauaue -Veetremss lmDW
q r-& de. 9w". eu
Wurtasuu. a U. sl u' Uw551C V-ruWnrsum lUN w
Total ........... .... ......... .p. rci
The stake evonts won by the Hearst sta
bleare not numerous. TournaImenat wone the
Great Iastern Handriap at Coney Island
(Astuman) and Holly Handicap at Brook
yn (tAutummn) meens. He also ran a
e inod ia the Nureryt and Titan. Bal
larat wwe the Hudson stakes at the Brook
am .Iang meeting. He ran secomd for
e a Amsrica. HoApefulr. al. iand
ol. Gorgo won the r akes at
Westchester October meeting, and
was .hird in the uhnurban. The other
eewts were "overnights."
The stable was the victim of cruel mis.
arn. Tournament was so il last
wi.ter that he was given up to die, and
was at 111 until autumnn when he
showed imhself quite a coat. Ballarat was a
.re.l soft i the spring, but went amiss at
omou and was never good again.
Gorgoe sowed such form in the spring
that It was thought she would settle FiPl
ears, buta after runninU third for the Su
herban she wa.r ched shoulder and
did t start until Westchester's O.ctoer
sosaim when she a h be everytin sbhe
___ a. u oand coaul not start
ý ald y. ianjured
her hL and the swellUg
la. Iks al, w,
~.r dst.leed hms w Wa
Th la th-e at p a msre
bees kneked eoet oi Mhs stMid.e bel tse
eat the .tart talme alt an hise
knes. Senator Hears will have a stra
staMbe. (,rg. will he In the iBrat elam
with FIel.Me..lvator, Racelsd Tera
and Kienston. In ipear-okRd the stable
will be very strng with such a.ten as
og.e io wlob Iý tve tUen oried ver'
Witb better leck next Mason the
oauht to he one of the Ars Ils the li4 of
" Winning Ownrers."
The muetoal New (Means pacer G.
R. n., r a trial at Mo.tgu.uery, Ala.,
recesonU it :15. Thin is pretty god fr
lasuiateians bad ~ r. . R. ..
will winterin New Orl auw. It i need.
less to ay that his owner is considerably
elated over his rapid development.
It is reported that an oer of 00 ha
been refused h. the ow r Messs. uth
erlsad & Benjamin, Gerand aIs Meab..
for the slx-year-okl stallion, S nx. 82:.
tI Etaetioneer. danm prite lul sister to
Viking. 2:19 .t Belmont Pd dam the
famous okI Waterwitcb. b Pllot, Jr.
AMONO THE PIOMTERS.
wtSm nameum the we"t egrytues Are
John Lawrence Sullivan, champion of
the world I. taking gond care of himself.
sand the prahscuamads challe.ges which
have lately beessn ssued to him don't in
terfere in the slightest degree with his
sleep. mays the pugilistic authority of the
New York World. The big fellow is willing
to meet Jacklson, Smith, McCa('rey, Sl*
vin. Kilrain or any living lighter who can
produce enough of what he calls "eollat."
"i'm out for the sugar," says Sullivan.
"Iet tese fellows put up the dust and
then see if I n snot still in tne arena."
He does not take as much stock in
Parson Davies' wonederful Aus.
tralian as mast people do,
bunt he offers to meet Jackoln at the Cali
fornia Athletic club if that pr perous or
iarlnlation will put up a purse of $1w&000.
ulhlvan has ixed thie amount of the
parse in the cases of Slavin, Mc('affrey or
Llrain at $10G,0%U and be con.idesntly ex
pects to meet one of thbs formidable qutra
tet directly after the slight misunder
standilsg which he had with the bMisle
siIi •tllhlrities mnme months ago is set
t" . William ]Muldoonn says that Kilrain
will be the arnst o the hot to face
John L.; Kilrain says he will
make a matlch with the big fellow upon
his return fran the south Blly. C(arroll,
of Baltimore. says he will flAld tPM00 for
Kllains to bet with the big fe*low on the
outside in lieu of a stake, andl takin all
these thlinls ito llcolsklderatsont it looks as
thotugh Mukloon s statesne.lst sleasls some
ttting. Sullivan says that it he anal Kil
rain nsset again the fight will not last so
long as dad the battle of RlHhhunr. ()n
tin other hand, Kilrain says he will he In
better condition than he was on the nlemn
orable oceeasikn, and will do his best to let
the big h fellow know he is fightingr
and there are a good ay people who
still think that Kilsaiu h a chancee
with the champion. lavln's mnanagerr
writes that he will put aup $1, . hils
an withins two months if desirable, and
it certainly dtoes look as though Sullivan
was in for a fight with sauneatody. To the
casual observer It naterally appears that
tIe Bostonian has a shade the best of the
situatione at present, for he can dkitate be
own terms; hbut supposing. for instance.
that the Missiappl conarts uecide taLt the
chlisnate of that state will do Sullivan and
Kilrain a world of good and they should
gracefully accept the nvitation of remainu
Ina ee - ýmp P.e4rhoh tme eu.....he
ee serI U Frr 6 acr wrwus se5 wsu4i5Es
i G l tfrel the colored pugilist.
who ru1( ne thw calulatiosen of mestu
ilistle experts by souadly thrashing ac
Ashton. a anrss whoen PIrovldetce peopl
bileved capable of whip ping tullvast.
has caught t le Eusropean fever, and will
shortly sail away frtsu tdlew. stuw-.. to tim
laied wilewre he will hear such expersswion
as. "*'l's a bklomnin likely isugrJ for a black
us,." amid "What a Jolly punclwlr 'e. s." if
Ih suits the taste. of the Britishlers.
That iodflry' ahlilities wsep very
nmuchb undr-estimate I is proven by
his roeeist victs.-r-. only a few
wise people, and decidedly few at that.
gave hlila creldit for what he showed hlm
sitif to Iw. He was considhnld aot of the
race altotther. and l ldds of two to on'.
aguiilnst Itim w.ent Ielgging. Jackson sulid,
after hei Il.'stt. (dwlfreny. that it was the
lusanl.'.t lghlht of lhi. lift', astnd Jackamll has
w.iiiwlfjt. mtosle nen of grnat in'owsn. The
lio.ielnian will aIIntke sns)t)* lrtill. till other
side.. witiout doubt., 01tl it is nolt ilsspron
allel. that th will try to get sanoth&er "go"
with thie wosltl.rfsll Austrttlimsl. Eilliaiulnd
Si a M'It.ut for fighters.
In tie. sllU&ilitstic' world Al-tr alia t.Neliis
to te gettin sno'rt' thirls lIt r ll'n,'* oif tIe.
"issnors. Itgllst inl tIe' wLake" a til v:e tori..s
of Ja,'kU.s ailind SNluvis e'onsu's4 tIme stews
tluhat illy Msl('a.rtlhy of Melblourne knu'rk ed
)1st Kellehte*l . MSslivran's friend anll Ii..
t)II' se..ne l e'lei -. iugill*, ils 21 roisnJl.
Thr-re is sIo dtloulht snow that tlhe ouslsatry
I.ayosnd time satts can protlue fighters who
can hatll their owln in any part of the
world. hult Anlerkia has sonme pretty clever
men 'left yet who nuy teach these' for
eigners a thingl or two about Yanikee
fghlting before long. Kelleher was proc
tiaally whipped in the flfth round. but he
took hies lmedlicine like a little nalor. land
there is aome consolation in this for his
Tommy Warren featherweight, who
built up a rnputation barying several
secondclass lads for eprivilege of
wlhipping them, has had tb monumental
nerve to bring suit against the California
Athletie club to recover 10, which be
claims is due him for participat in the
Warren-Frank Murphy hippodrome.
Warren will not recover the WI, and he
will soon have to make tracks or this part
of the country. for Califrntia people have
had enough of him.
The pullllst frPm the molky city, Pat
Farrell, ian mlous to get on a match with
the "YMa.tn.e" and has posted a lforfil of
In0 to show that he means business. It
I. safe to bet that he will not have an o. -
poltunitr to show La Blanche how well
ae l fight within the nest six months.
The former follower of the sea s perfect
1 estIsflel with blmself at prmsent, as
any mns naturally should he who is mnak
ing money mso fst that it in a bl.den to
carry it to the bank. La Blanche is not
ansious to ightl and he is dolln the
proper thir`g in declining to meet anyboy
until he takes in enough of the .ln o
the realm over bhis bar in San Francisco
to make him independent of the worlds
goods. This he expects to do in two
i CHRISTMAS HINTS
Looking and planning for Holiday Gilts
is the work o the present.
We cordially invite the prelminary vie
It of lnspection and wish to impress you
with the robust fact that we have no old
styles, no shop-worn goods to force on you
at high prices. Our stock is all new, and
large additions will be made to it in the
next ten days.
J. MERRILL & CO.
Third Annual Ball
ENGINE AND HOSE CO.
New Years Eve., Dec. 31.
Committee of Arrangements:
James Richey, Mont J. Pickel,
Jas. M. Moore, Dunc Graham,
John G. Morse, Mark Williams,
H. R. Brown, Chas. i inze,
WV. C. Converse, I). M. Smith.
Reception Committee :
Hon. Marcus Daly, jJames Richey.
Col. S. A. Estes, John Iseman,
lion. \Vm. L. Hoge, IJames Johnson.
lion. A. Lo. Kempland. Joe Canovan,
lion. Otto Stallman, David Lewis,
IHon. 1Vm. M. Thornton, John S. Dougherty,
lion. Harvey Mahan, John McCloskey.
Tickets for Sale by lembers of the Company.
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New Blacksmith Shop,
One Mck West of Estes t Ceusl's.
L KIN oS, REPAIRIIG DONE
Oshort motkle. Cearrlaes mad Nthes weemed
in the hest Mtle at lowrest fobles Prkwe.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
By FRANK HAMILL,
Whn thoroughly understands all the diseases
Iweuliar .l to the fret.
Trotting. Running aind Training Ilates made
in the. ainmt aplmPv.d style. (live mas a Wll and
learn our priets.
R. P. BURCH.
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Man ftreet. Nar Frnao. Anaaoa.Mh. =c
IN THE I )1 Kitic t' (tIt? OR TI! i Y eO
of firer r . tttar of Yum urr--.-I
lattetr of the of.wII[.I Le IarktcW~r
ceased; order to show owe why order oS ia i-f
real . tat.. shold not be mad.. Pierre lu Im-.
the amlunalarator of the estate of KtuI~vn
Pemlusuer. deceaemd. £I( cd his
heit lll orats ofbwr o the M rptsc
set forth,, It I. therefore ordered tim
said couurt that an ermmmaInterested a es
tate of salt ased be fore the . lc)
trkIe t41rt oa oasb `dayo.
to., at 0.ckwcLk V sje of
the ourt room of Diastriet matn. h
lwnas S sraid Cmnat o = eer lodge,
ec.ms wh a odee shoYuld be
said Pierre Lom o. to sS a. m h of
estate of the said deceased Katcharisto
as shall helac me..ey. dud that a e ·
onter be published one a week fratl
owtrealve weeks In Aoaooada "taodard. a·
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MO STA A LOTTERYI
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Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively. we will
continue our sale of Clothing at Actual Cost until every garment is
sold. If you need a suit, a pair of pants, or an overcoat. See our
prices before you buy and save money.
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