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ANGELUS AND JOE MADDEN AT OAKLAND. San Francisco. Cal., October 20. T. n. Williams returned today from New York and announced his re-engagement of jockey Walter Miller for the coining winter. Miller will leave New York for the coast in the near future. W. II. Spence, has arrived from New York with S. C. Hildreth s Angelus, Joe Madden. Schleswig and a yearling lilly; P. Ryans Honiton filly. Silk, and Ills own horse. Coppers. The consignment shipped -well. J. J. Flannigan got in from Kentucky witli Mattie Mack and Colonel Applegates eastern string, which die will continue to train. Colonel Applegate is on his way west and jockey A. Walsh is expected soon. A carload of horses from Salt Lake contains Dan Dcnnisons Docile, P. Allwrtsons Sake and Kogo. I. Morehouses Markie Maver. Del Fountains Lady Alicia and Jim Hanna. J. Grays Nabonassar. Fred Fosters Zella G. and Harry Froelichs Midmont. The Forsythe stable, expected today, will be forty hours late in arriving. Montgomery worked six furlongs in 1:14 today in preparation for the Opening Handicap. Roalta and Phalanx also worked in 1:14 and Blameless in 1:144: Fred Bent went a mile in 1:44: Ocean Shore, seven-eighths in 1:30: Cloudlight five-eighths in 1:02. and Micaela live-eighths in 1:02s. Firestone worked a mile yesterday in l:43jj impressively. L. Stock bought Carubyses today. A. W. Hunn. sheet writer for Joe Rose, is reported dead in Germany, whither he accompanied Rose last summer. Overnight handicaps at Oakland this season will be named In honor of deceased turfmen of prominence. Winters will be among the first names used. George Rose is reported 25,000 winner on ills eastern booking operations this season and Tom Shaw about 00,000.