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he Aggregate WinnIngs of P|or .
even Two-Year01-Old Run. : noers in 1891, HE Highness Heads the List and His Grand Total Is $109,400. Native States of the Winners, san Their Sires-Marcus Daly Got a Very Good am., LIxnoTox, Ky., Dee. 20.--The first of a sries of statistics compiled here annually by a well known authority on turf matters covers the two-year.old winners of $5,000 add over on the Ameriean turf darlng the season just closd. The forty-seven youngsters to earned this distinction in 1891 took into camp a total of 288 races, worth the enormous sum of $688,281. His HElhnee, 4'lth nine races worth $109,400, heads the list, while St. Florian, the one-eyed wonder, comes next, he having won seen racel of a total value of $88,745. The other horses rank in the following order: Yorkville Belle, six races and $83,790: Tammany, two races and $80, 070; Dagonst, four races and $29,761; Sir Matthew, two races and $27,080; Curt Gunn, seven races and $24,569; Merry Monarch, eight races and $24,880; Air Plant, seven races and $17,685; Osrio, two races and $16,960; Victory, four races and $15,660; Nomad, three races and $18,595; Leonawell, five races and $11,6956; Baehford, two races and $11,097; Patron, two races and $10,945; Spinalong, two races and $10.175; Tremont, six races end $9,860; Ludwig, two races and $9,758; Charade, seven races and $9,624; Dash ing Belle, seven races and $8,560; Addle, eleven races and $8,548; Yo Tambien, eight races and $8,115; Gorman, seven races and $8,075; Ignite, three races and $7,880; Mars, two races and $7,870; Zorling, four races and $7,395; Huron, five races and $7,326; Alonzo, two races and $7,290; Wah Jim, five races and $6,900; Air Shaft, eight races and $6,825; Georgia, one race and $6,600; Lamplighter, five races and $6.585; Promenade, four races and $6,495; Lester, nine races and $6,805; Tringle, seven races and $6,100; Minnie L., five races and $6,022: Phil. Dwyer, five races and $5,925; Newton, three races and $5,915; Johnny Heckseoher (Cee Jay Jay), nine races and $5,885; Azra, two races and $5,760; Emma Primrose, two races and $5,645; Rex, five races and $5,475; Wight man, five races and $5,410; Ceverton, thir teen races and $5,220; Frank Kinney, four races and $5,215; Adalia, four races and $5,050; and Farraday, four races and $5.045. Of these performers twenty-fve--His Highness, St. Florian, Dagonet, Curt Gunn, Merry Monarch, Leonawell., Patron, Spina long, Tremont, Gorman, Zorling, Alonzo, Wah Jim, Georgia, Lamplighter, Prome nade, Tringle, Phil Dwyer, Newton, Emma Primrose, Rex, Ceverton, Frank Kinney, Adalia and Faraday-were bred in Ken tnoky; six-Yorkville Belle, Tammany, Addle, Huron, Minnie L. and Wightman, in Tennessee: five-Sir Matthew, Osric, Nomapad, Ludwig and Yo Tambien in Cal ifornia; four--Bashford, Dashing Belle, Ignite and Azra, in Pennsylvania; two Air Plant and Air Shaft, in New Jersey: two-Charade and Leaster, in Virginia; while Mars hailed from Maryland and Johnny Heckecher from Missouri, and thus liaving only Victory to be accounted for and he was bred in England and foaled in Kentucky. Of the stallions represented in the list the only American-bred English derby winner, Iroquois, takes precedence, he having four representatives in Tammany, Addie, Huron, nnd Minnie L. Next comes Tremont and Himyar, each with three; the former hay ing secrt out Daconet, Tremont and Tringle and the latter Wah Jim, Georgia and Farea day. Those having two are Leonatus, with Luonwell and Rex; Duke of Montrose with S.inalong and Promenade; Imp. Charaxus with Charade and Lester; Imp. Deceiver with Ceveton and Frank Kinney; Imp. Woodlands with Bashford and Ignite and Ventilator with Air Plant and Air Shaft. Imp. The lll-Used is represented by His Highness: Imp. ht. Blaise, by St. Florian; Falsetto, by Patron; Miser, by Yorkville Belle; Onondaga. by Curt Gunn; Joe Hooker, by Yo Tambien; Bramble, by Wightman; Jim Gore, by Gorman; Hindoo, by Merry Monarch; Jils Johnson, by Adalia; Brag (English), by Victory; Imp. Cheviot, by Osrio; Imp. Darebin, by Lud wig: Hi SBan, by Dashing Belle; Pleuna, by Mars; Wildidle, by Nomad; Fastus, by Johnny Heckecher; Harry O'F'allon, by Alonzo; Imp. Zorilla, by Zorling; Imp. nossington, by Emma Primrose; Imp. Modred, by Sir Matthew; Reform, by Azra; Spendthrift, by Lamplighter; Long fellow, by Phil. Dwyer, and Imp. Billet, by Newton. D. Gideon profited most by the winnings of the two-year-olds in this compilation, his pair of cracks, His Highness and Mary Monarch. winning combined $131,780, J. A. and A. H. Morris four-S-t. Florlan, Spinalong, Mara and Georgian-won a total cf $63,390 for their stable, while with two Marcus Daly made a good secord, Tammany and Sir Matthew placing $57,150 on the right side of the copper king's bank acnooount. Bashford, ignite and Azra won combined $24,737 for the Bashford Manor stables, while Air Plant and Air Shaft won $24,400 for M. F. Dwyer. E. Corrigan's Huron and Phil Dwyer won $18,251 and Tremont and Zorling won $14,266 for P. J. Dwyer & Son. Of all the others that figu.e in the list, no two belong to any one racing firm. Many of the dams of these youngsters have previously thrown high class perform ers. His Highness is a half-brother to Prince Royal, Royal Hampden and Her Highness; Tammany, a half-brother to Tulle Blackburn; L'agonet, a half-brother to Bermuda; Nomad, a half-blother to Rinfax: Bashford, a half-brother to Pardee and Devotee; Spinalong, a half-sister to Strideaway; Charade, a half-brother to Mabelle; Yo Tambien, a half-sister to Em peror of Norfolk. El Rio Rey and Roy del Rey; Georgia, a half-sister to My Fellow; Promenade, a sister to Montrose, Retrieve, Monterey and Rosemont; Phil Dwyer, a half-brother to Helter Skelter; Newton, a brother to Perkins; Emma P'rimrose, a half-sister to (ome-to-'law; Wightman, a half-brother to Bancroft, and Faraday, a half.brother to Tenton, Belle Meade stud sent out 'Tammany, Addle, Huron, Minnie L. and Wightmnn, all having been bred on that noted place. The Kittson establishment sent out Bash ford, Ignite and Azra; the late Hon. August Belmont bred His Highness, St. Florin and Victory; Dagonet, Tremont and Tringle hail from Elmendorf stud, under the rwi gert regime; Merry Monarch and Newton were bred at Runnvnmede stud; Kpinalong and Promenade came from MeGrathieann Mr. J. 13. Haggles bred Sir Matthew and Ludwig; Major Ii. G. Thomas, Wah Jim and Georaia; D. D. Withers, Air Plant and Air Shaft; R. J. Hancock, Charade and Lester, while Adalia and Phil Dwyer were bred at Kingston stud. None of the other great breeding establishmentd have over one representative in the list, The followina table give the total win nings of the $5,003 two-year-olds in the last live years: Total Year. No, of Largest Winner. a1seH am'at wlnnern. won. wen. 1887 12 Emperor oftNor folk ..........$ 7,020 1a $23l,'l 1883 28 I reator Knott,. 09,780 104 8Hi,019 its' 81 (''tau.s ........ . 118,810 112 4t88,818 1 81 'oi)toma.., ...... 1 78,400 167 l 88,'l i l81 47 li Hii.lu ne'se.,. 10.4(101 2801 588,511 The amount won by His Highness is the i world's best record for a two-year-old. Donovan, the largest winning two-year-old I in the hictory of the English turf, havring won $27,000 less that His Hligtpess at the same agoe If You Saw The People. If you saw the throngs of people that crowded our store the last thirty days, you would realize the great gathering of bargains we are offering and understand that this is a "bona fide" CLOSING OUT STALE, And now wf1 n Christmas comes like a white-winged messenger of peace and good will, we desire to extend to our many patrons our sincere thanks and hearty wishes for. : A. 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Oc et. ul1 i share cailled Slpt. 9, 1891, payable Oct. 10,18v1. lu cools Ic.' shsre called Cot, 28. 1811, payable Nov. 08. 1U.I. :0 coalt per share called Dec. 9, 1891, payable Jan. 10, 1h92. 110 cOnts ito aggregate. You ar. hereby notlitud that laymeut of the eai lnitstlalets is diemalded tl be madel to 1I. Blrownl. ecretary of tile said comlpany.l roaom .. Yowor butlding In tim city of liciu, lMontault, ,n or before thle 3ri da' of lcebroary, L81.. to al,pply upon the nnpaid subcarlplion to the capi tal stoko It of saiLd cealY5'. Aly oaId all stork ut s0l111 company upoln which said illstalhlnoata or any i, rt tlhle, of hll ltO 0111 Inillaid si1ty tilsn after ''cb. i, 1802, rlll be ltorfolLt so 1o declareld according to law In suuih B. IeOWN, Sueerotay of tle ('accade land tiotnllsly. !lelen, Moltana. 11017. 98. 189'J. ,O'I'I1'l O' AI'PlIlATL'LON TO CUT TIM bcr upo11 putlii lands, In aeoordaol'o wilt tile previieone of esetlin 8 of thle tot. or il'greae, Ipaesli1 Mlirei 8h. 191, and tlul Ilss usad regtlations iesued theruender by the h, llnurltle isecretary of the interior and the hilelrabs Collnlsilseoner of ethle geiral 1ad 1u. i1es Miay 5, 1691, J. Ilrnry ioegniald, whl iletoltiee tldreee Is ltttaiuek Cty lt e Ltae\rheed osolily, Nuuleus, hereby isllel notice thlt at the cpIratloiu Of ttWyllty-.Oio davne from ill Oiret p lic tiuth of tfhl, notic, he will mae Ieppllia 1io ill writing to thle honrebllo le reter) of tile ilterlor for autborlty to cut aund rolulve all the mirerehnt Iie saw logs pine and Or lumbr, ei1 time follolwlilig tliLcrlitId unsared public lantiRaL lOwit: 'unlmueaiolpg ala poient where ltTalo erleek, a lerft laild fotrk ct rseeshlopper oreek, eaters Into aesu)on in what Is kiewn leeoolly as the Vet bille range and distant from the town of lin ,aik, it neawertl sad 0onti. MontaeIa, abollt ten mlile In a soutllwseterly diteotlon eaitesidJg theanes u the said lhleles reek aid para llel to I cosrlie for a ditaneo ol Iwo mille moae or el ait dur ie I a msloe on th rluht or eattierl i n.e, ans a lle on tile wltrly orl leit banlk st said creek, beml a parcel oi gronud aboll two Lmlloe ittlerlailh l1nd a mile end i balt In width, cntaiallg abho8t two thoesand acres. 'Otioe estiatect aseant of heih kin tlmber about .10,00 feet, oif ir slid l.0,80 fet et ielul. inure aleslc ' Tileea. talste o.f the lepd up1on whie stud mnier u r rnOlrlas eL asetals, except asmall stlrip, whloa! aw pl ei wet. u ltnber thpres p I a'?n ' eornl , the grealer psi t on of t di pug, . - rtre purpose roe which the tlm l t ioe9 !n, et h pee, redtlaetion works. u len*ogeeib w r istiýdainjlssi wrptl or Lte drojopmenb lz NOxlc$I TO BTl~xlJDi~gl5 I , Jerioy Hlae Mining (ompowy-Ate Jureey s3ao Al Uogug Latnpaiy It hrllnp beel an tde a215ra P5 f trur~eo o te erey t 1iu (0 ljee'c 1, tell, aaotll 1 here ll tltu a p Olaln rtiu attheaoo room onie Vower buldiang. In the mdtg MomnLtna, osn We Issedey, the Ifrth day o .:,` 1+14 Iat four O'clock in s1t0 aftterpouolltR purpose of cunelllerlug a prolpuelelCR 1144f 1 llra property of e&.d cemlpen e1 to - All of that curtain Patented qeacm9 Ilug shaim stuatoied in ti e ceast of auto of Montau, knon i te '7 ýurteod niir lam.dein teu~~horn eettme"wlt tarr cri, t~ tet s suely et'+'1O t i t ip tb sw it rasnt lieu (?) w eet, f prinAupl ppidl5. lsmee llneofMosstna togetise with all thme d epura and0(01 nd aoe ll mr lpfpe old and allre hearunr aaarP, e l . " hrlorstn end all the r em prtV sies thiereto iOsli~tlt .9e a9eq «ý tcenant, or tlserewitb ne054y1* hag ? also all and sionglee (lhe teem$te, Wtl toule, itlomlemante heteditamei~pl pei4 amqea thereto bsloo.1lt or 1# a tafnipt and t estatue, eaoM ; bt. prumerty, pmseeaulso, ulaIm asu! d4toda scer, as welt lua law as i uto esly, ss tI see lg ial(cmpan of or (0 appurleauoQ 8. Ap Irh ti c '.W u Hlelena, hist~. Dec. 9, liii. ,/''~l TIME TABLE T CR NORTBIES1ER1 (Cf atewe. fo , YlS so. felloowis: 1#i 'Sus* neat Ariv sr ertfý,ýpftira xs i, rrue e