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NEW ORLEANS BETTING PLANS. Canadian Way of Operating Ring May Rule Latonia Gossip. Cincinnati, O., October 2S. The eastern style of bettltig will not be tried out here. Messrs. Apple-gate and Winn were anxious to test the system Tor a couple of days, but the bookmakers balked. It looks very nuicli at present as if big slates and betting booths will not he used in New Orleans this winter. The bookmakers will sit on high stools and tickets will be given to each bettor. The system will be similar to that used in Canada. St. Yoluia. in charge of Hoy Cassidy, got in from New York Friday. The horse has seemingly recovered from the injury he sustained at Saratoga, and will more than likely be the best jumper iu New Orleans. Ferriss could have got a big price for the horse, Aicssrs. Colt and Widener being anxious to add him to their strings, but the injury he sustained to his foot by running with a wrenched nlate caused negotiations to be broken off. There will be several departures this week for California of horsemen who will begin the season at Oakland. It is not thought possible that the Los Angeles track will be finished before December 1. Many stables will after this meeting be shipped to Churchill Downs aud wintered there. T. P. Hayes is among the number who will go to Louisville. J. C. Milam will send all his horses to Lexington and keep them there until Hot Springs openH. He is trying, to win three purses this week, which will give him sixty races for the season. His horses have been in the money over 130 times during the year. The New Orleans contingent will take matters easy for a couple of days after the close here, and there will probably be two special trains to convey the stock south. Pat Dunne will probably ho the last one to leave here. Roscrrian was badly hurt when he was cut down, and it will be a long time before he goes to the post again. Lens pulled up limping badly after yesterdays race.