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GOSSIP FROM EASTERN SOURCES. New York, April th John T. Smith, trainer for J. L. MctSiimis. has arrived from the Idle Hour Farm, near Lexington. Ky.. with lour two war olds. They are of giM.d size and have been training at the farm. Trainer Smith says they are as far ad vaiic.-il as the horses here. 11 Bon. a chestnut colt by Canard -Itonnihcl. is nicely turned and well put together. He has plenty of size and. tpialitv. Sam Jackson, a bay colt bv terry Hermann Itavello IF. is nicely pin up. lie is a half-brother to Frank Sill. Bob Vernon, v. bay colt by Broomstick— Bun of Luck, has the appearance of one that will come early to hand. Killarney Boae, a chestnut filly by Na-turtium Pink Baae, is put up on the general order of the Nasturtiums, although a bit heavier than im .-t of tin m. Waller Jennings received five horses at Craveseiid. They shipped on the same car with the McCiiini-two year olds. They are Star I.lile. a three vear old chestnut colt by Star Shoot Bonnie I.lile It. : lter-tis. a chestnut colt by Star Shoot — Fair Penitent: Explicit, a black tilly by Sir Dixon Expressing, ami Fair Star, a bay colt by Star Sheet— Amy Daveti poll. In the con-ignnieni also came Newmarket and Naughty Bay. Both were shipped to the Widener slock farm near Philadelphia, where they will be trained for the steeplechase field. Leon Fuller, a New York lawyer who rode as a non-professional last year, has three jumpers that former jockey John Oayle is training at Betaaaal Park. They include Baxtea, a four vear-ohl by Carlton Orange -DaYelle; Thames, a three-vear-oid by Dick Welles— Qi 11 of Day. and the fopi vear-ohl Nastur dor. Thomas Taylor will lie the table Jockey. O. J. Decker, the old Cuttcnhorg velera.i. who look Viiinii and Cowen to Jacksonville last fill far Robert II. Davis, iias come hack home after having sold both horses in Florida.