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NOTES OF THE TURF. J. n. Talboti will dispose of several of his homes before shipping from Charleston to Norfolk. Tommy Bans has sailed for Germany with Fted Tiir.il ami proposes to try hi- luck riding free lance abroad. Burns has always taken uimnI care of him self and In- is -till able to ride ar a reasonabli liiir Wl-ii,ill . a controversy i- reported lo exist between CaJeahw W lt..t il "t Kentucky, ami H. G. Bedweil over the s* rices ol Jockey C. Grand. Grand recently agreed to ride for the nsaater of Ki land rami bur has aoa signed up with the Bedweil stable. Bourbaa Bean i- in-iiiLi Ittad al Sheepwhead Ray for maimer racing. He waa retired after receiving .1 seven Inynry. but i- -aid in have recovered com pl.-ti-lv from hi- mishap. Thomas Collins, his owner, is rnulhWnl thai be will stand training. Thomas I. Kally editor and owner of the Thor onglihred Reconl. i- reported in a critical condition at his Lexington borne. He ha been .ainu-lv ill since li-: Jul wiih stomach trouble, but was m t considered in Immediate danger until be suddenl -utiii -i a relapse a day or Iwo ago. The homes belonging to .1. 1: Wahmrrighl will he trained by Al Losader, brother of Fred Luxader. of Latonla. for 1 trainer of the -tahii. who dii-d recently. Al Lnaader bas been in charge y the -11 in- since las! rail. The homes have been shipped from Latonla lo IjmisvtUe lo he prepared for spring racing HilIi Private, the simi .,f the string, i- In g I C Iltion.