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FAVORABLE CONDITIONS AT CHARLESTON. Management Confident That Palmetto Park Meeting "Will Not Be Interfered With. Charleston, s. C, January ft. — While othei [tarts ni the country have been swefti bj cold waves and snow storms of late, Charleston has been enjoying summer-like weather. In fait, the oldest inhabitant ■ an scarcel] remember such a warm spell at this time ni tlir year. Summer clot hint; lias been hi utand among the turfmen ipiarierod here in anticipation1 ■ •! tin. opening nf the second winter meeting of the Charleston Fair ami Racing Association at — Iamci to Park January "•" . Tin- horsemen who came pvin re to spend the interim between the dosing i.t fall racing anil the opening nl the lalmetto Park meeting eau have no regrets, tor they have hail tin- on Itortunlty of enjoying themselves to tin- utmost under Ideal conditions during the entire period of their sojourn here. Pbe favorable conditions that have prevailed will lesiiit in the burses that have been quartered at Palmetto Park Iteing right mi racing edge for the opening of the meet ng. Nobodj here has any mis ,i- nigs as to the meeting being conducted according ■ schedule. If there is any opposition to the proposed meeting, it la not apparent here in Charleston. t»n the contrary, the talk lure Is entirely in favor . the port and it is the general idea that no obstacles will In- em ountered. The officials of the Charleston Fair and Racing Association are supremely confident that the meet log wili proceed without the slightest trouble or in terferettce whatever. Tiny believe, from the inter est thai lias been aroused as evidenced by inquiries as to accommodations to be obtained in Charleston and various details in c lectioa with the meeting that tin- racing will be grandly successful. Bverj train from the north is Islaglai i|s quota of racegoers ami the meetlag give- promise of being in. .e successful thin it- predecessor of last winter. The hotels and rooming limse- are gradually ailing up with the devotees of the tpart, who are wniml.v welcomed by the townspeople. The latter retain pleasant memories •■ the prosperity that attended lii-t ariuters gathering of racing folk here ami arv making greatei ■,■■ parations foe the entertainment ol the i-itm- this i There i- much training activity at Palmetto Path everj day BOW. Seme 4.M horses are already quar I ell there and i - expected that by opening day th.- number wili have been swelled to 500. The tin taking touches are now Iteing given t,, the rejnvena Hon ef tin- plant for the approaching opening. The nest striking improvement* an the widening ef the i i-k Itself at a p. .mi wiiere il was found to be soutewhai narrow last reason, ami the erect leap f a new .!nuble-i|ecki d Judges statu! patterned after that ii •hitii hill Downs. After lieinu "in week mi the read, fifteen two-Ids bebsaglug to Messrs. Lawrence £ Comstocfc. nl Mi- Oaks I Sink I ana .■ Line. .In. Cal., arrive. I today. Twelve are by Salvation, a young sir. • ii »f Chimera ami by the mighty Salvator, bolder • •I the American record I it the fastest mile ever run. the time being 1:35. Halvatiou is tiie sire of t limy, .lim Basey, ami other good winner-. There are also I". I.. Rapid Water ami mo- hv Tim Cava". Salon, a chestnut goblin:. by Salvation -Alondria, is tile picture of hi- siie and i- evidently the pick ef the lot lie I- entered for the Juvenile and Im. i rest Inn Stake-. Salvation Key by Salvation -I. a Hindi.-, favors big dam, which was bred bj the l«|e i; .|. Baldwin. Tin- roll i- also entered in the .ill-en i.. ami pine Forest inn stake-. Preserver, a chestnut gelding by Salvation -Arcadia, i- a grand !• k. i nod i- entered for the Juvenile stake-. Key li Dakwued is a big upstanding bay colt by Salva t ion -LaCreita. Ho i- entered for the Georgetown Slake- Lady Innocence and Hall; Waters are tvv i til lie- that .ire entered for the Debutante Stak ■-. The latter i- the lir-t of the ret of Rapid Wat r. which Is by Rappalo— Water Girl. Rapid Water won inanj -lake- in tin- colon of s. r. HUdreth. II. I" Comstoek accompanied these horses from California and nil! remain ror the entire meeting at Palmetto Park- Messrs. Comstoek ant Lawrence are Call tm man- who .in- engaged in the lintel business an I own ■ famous summer resort mi Lake Tahoe in tb s erra S i ada mountains. Ih • Lawrence A Comstoek two-year-olda cam from California in charge of A. ;. Bhneley. flu ie are now 102 two-year-olds at Palmetto Park. Seventeen racers owned bj Mrs. i.. .. Livingston are dm to ■ acb li .• tomorrow. It is expected that Sotemla winnet of the Kentucky Endurance Stake-will be in tie . onsignment. Mi-i of the tun nun bare are whiliBg away theii ! in ashing ami surf bathing at Hie Isle of I.ihu- ,i ■!■ i r bv • eau !■• Bel re-m r . Additional arrival- of turfmen todaj were anaaer- Winn- Heathei lite three-year-old owned by ». V.. Moori . which came lien- with the c. T. Patterson Ll ilae. lia- -lei umbel i,. ,,miiii ia. T Woodward string of racers an- expected I •in Lexington. Ky., at once. The horses of J. It. 1 Ua iu wrtght. Including Higb Private, will be shipped I from 1 .t i a ..ii sum |aj next. Trainer Fred laisader, wli.i has the horses in charge, is recovering rapidly from Ins recent «evere ilim-s and after a brief sojourn at West Baden will eoase here. ,iies from Louisville are thai f. I". Rnsebe Ml rer will abln bis :.ieai geldiug llawtborn here in HI ii in lie- Ialni.l to Iei by. The book* containing tin- nominations for Ike nineteen stake* to be run during tin- gftj live nays ni Palmetto Park racing were distributed* to owners • sterdaj . J. W. PangJe, ITred "foater, Matt Fo-ter, and Jockey Wolf arc aaaOng recent arrivals from the 1101 lii. Among the horses that worked this morning vera the following: Accord -Mile in 1:53. Animel Hall mile iu 54. Banoreiia- Thice quarters in 1 J2. Chilton Sanaa Half mile la 55. laipie -Thiee-ipiarlers iu 1:2.".. Ieinini. tiers Touch Tfaree-qnarten 111 1:22. Continental -Vive-eighths iu 1:06. Eddie Granej Half mile in ■•!. Iluskv Lad .Mile in 1:53. .link Parker -Half mile in 52. Little i:p Three-quarters in 1:28. L.ohiel Half mile in .".I Merry Lad Three quarters in 1 :22. Mini Sill --.Mile in 1:83. Pikes Peak— Three-quarters in 1:3$, Righteasj Half mile in 53, Rose Qiie.n Hall mile in 56. Royal Tea Live eighths in 1 : . Silas Jriimp Half mile in 55. Tuison dur Three-quarters in 1:21. V. Powers Hal! mile in 55. Vol tltorpe — Three -quarters iu 1 :22. ILusis that worked yesterday included the f.,i lowing: Accord -Half mile in %::. Ain.iiit Three-quarters in 1:23. Banoreiia Tin ee ipiarters ill 1:21 Carlton Club- Three-quarters in 1:28. Clothe* Brush Half mile in 84. Colonel Conk Three-quarters in 1:83. r ii Ciin an Three ipiarters in 1:22. i n|.i rtown Half mile in ■"•*. Effendl -Thre quarters in 1 :2o. Eton Blin — Three-quarters in 1:28. Ia-.. - Three-quarters in 1 :24. Hilarious Three-quarters in 1:21. Mack B. Bubanks -Five-eigktha in 1 :0ti. |..nkev Half mile in 8:;. Mud Sill -Half mile in 53. Nonpareil Mile in 1 ."is Royal Tea Half nnle iu ."I Semi quaver Three quarters in 1:28. T. M. fJreen Plve eighths in 1 ni. idtborpe Hall mile in 82. While Wool Half mile in :,:;.