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TEN BROVK ANDr MOLLIE
Q&Q$INI BCENEB IN 2' GZEAT
FOUR MILE RACE
gow Old Harpr was Reeelved-."From
1;ned to end".--Oauses of Molie's
After the conclusion of the great
race on the Fourth of July, in
which Ten Broeck distanced the
California mare by superior bottom,
the greatest excitement prevailed.
The gates were broken open and
hundreds dashed over the fence.
Nothing could stop the people ;
they laughed at the police. Old
man Harper was in the weighing
room. He heard the tumult and
came out, grasping the writer's
hand as he did so, and crying, "I
run my horses from eend to eend."
The crowd saw and heard.. It
pressed forward-Harper again
cried out as before. Wild hurrahs
for Ten Broeck, wild shouts for
Harper, and calls for Walker fol
lowed. "I'll never run my horse
again ; he satisfies me and he ought
to satisfy all," piped Ten Broeck's
owner. He was hemmed in by
hundreds. Suddenly two big
follows, without varning, had the
old man on their Bhoulders, and,
pressed on by the wild mass of
beings around them, they almost
danced up and down the track,
he being on their backs st.ill
ej cullating, "I run from eend to
eend 1" and once and a while
throwing in, "That boy (Walker) is
the best in the country." Cheers
were given for Ten .Broeck over
and over again, as well as for
H'irper and Walkor. The crowd
seemed to forget the prominent
part the trainer, Harry Colston,
played in bringing the horso to the
remained in the weighing room
When interrogated, he said the
3nare had mudh speed and ran with
ease two and three. eighths miles,
then letting down. She outran the
horse, but he outlasted her, was
the pith of Walker's talk. The
mare ran easy her first two miles,
being under pull at times, while
Ten Brooeck was under exertion
and had to be driven. The pace
on the stretches was quite fast ;
around the turns, slow. Walk r
was confident he would win ar d
based his success on the lastirg
powers of the horse, wvith a keeni
appreciation in mind of McCarthy's
The son of Phaeton, so sikep
and grand looking before the grand
event, was much distressed on
weighing. His condition was much
the worse for the rnn ; and it is
good thing for him that lhe had n<
second heat to run. The hea
seemed to worry both horses fear
fully. Ten Broeck was fanned.
sponged and taken to his stable.
whence shortly he ilil leave to take
a position in "Harper's Hairem," as
it were, the old man having n<
name for his Woodford county
farm, Ten Broeck will never ruu
again, and his value for breeding is
the owner of Mollie McCarthy, haC
little or nothing to say after tI e
race. He attributed her defea~t to
the tmack, and was very outspoken
in saying the mud did it. With a
dry track Mollie would have won
easily, seemed to be the thought in
his mind's eye. He pressed his
cigar hard, and said as few words
MR. wALSh, rTE TRtArNER,
was, though generally very quiet, a
trifle more communicative after the
race. He did not think he had
been treated well, and accredited
defeat to the mud, like Mr. Winters.
Mr. Walsh said he should have
been allowed to run on the inside
track of the course, which war.
quite dry. He believes the mare
better than Ten Broeck, and
pointed out her condition after the
race to prove it, she not being
near so much distressed as the
horse, though, of course, he ran
much iore. "She can beat him.
She's the best of the two-; a good
day and a dry track will prove it.
T've-goS *S,000 or $10,000 that
says so ; two, three or five miki
heats at Baltinore. I want to rut
S!tl).him again, Three weeks from)
no*w would suit 00."
Bo t.Xbe Mr. Walsh, the mare'i
Mollie MedarPihs o i.y ftetth
racej4id& bAe lille up at t
qu~arter pol in the filel
hamare had been ailing aft e
miles. A chill, he sai'r, passed
over her here, and she was seized
with cramps, retarding her running
and losing the race, as well as the
so-called muddy track.
A young man applied at a news
paper otiee the other day for a
"Have you ever had any ex
perience as an editor ?" asked the
"Well, no, not exactly," replie1
the ambitions aspirant, cautiously;
"but I've been cowhided a number
of times, have been married quite
a while, have worn borrowed clothes
for three years, and never had a
cent of money, so I thought I might
work in." Ho was engaged.
"I Suppose there are plenty of
saw-mills over in your State ?" saicl
a Chicago man to a party from
Michigan, the other day. "Wal, I
shud say thar wai," replied the
Michigander. "Why, sir, Michigan
is gettin' so dern full uv saw-mills
that you can hardly meet a mani
over there with moro'n two fingers
on a hand." And sticking upi a
paw on which dwelt a lone digit,
as proof of his assertion, he quietly
continued : "I've shuck hands with
um myself I"
The ex-Con federito Mijor-ro. -
oral Harry Ieth has been 1p. oi: el
a special agent, of the t.rity de~
paritmcni. He was at Vest Point,
contemllporary of Hancock : n l
Lurnside, and coinai;ind<d a div.
sion of the Army of Nortlhc-ru Vir
The State of Mulh Carolina,
COUNTY OF FAIFLD.
By 0. R. 'I'iIOMPSOV, Jt'nj., 'rob<ce Judge.
W I L' I( IA6, 'om. ahhs \%'. 5o" s u n m
ittl "uit to lilt to gira;z hiat
letters of+ti au,inistratiOtn of I he ete!'dL and1
ell'cts ot Daniel $e it 1, d'ewate I:
'I'hes. are lherefore to ei l e aid ad mui .nish
all aid sinu".;ilar the kiniril .l and credit<.i"
of th a1iitd Danit1 Scott, dlteaed , tliat
they he anild appl kir b -o"re me, in Ih' (1rt
of PIrolatc, to be hold at Pairlirlth C",iourt
I uise. i. t., on tle! '1Ih dlav of .)nly
next after inii..tion hehol, a t i I
octock inl the foreuoOn, to slow ew.., it
any litev havrs, iwhiy the a iul adoai:aaistra
tion sh diI l hot 1h igrantted.
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of July, Ann) 1)otini I.s7a4.
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