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NOTES OF THE TURF. The horses of Price McKinney, J. Umeusetter. C. Fink aud C. W. Gaandser are 011 the way to Juarez from Louisville. The death of William G. Laying took place at San Francisco Friday night as a result of heart trouble. He was born in New York In 1S33, went to the Pacific coast a number of years ago and became manager of the Breeder and Sportsman. Price McKinney, of Cleveland, was at El Paso the past week en route to Chihuahua, where ho has immense mining interests, and he confirmed the report that his colors would 1k seen "at Juarez the coming winter. He will race in the name of the Wickliffe Stable. Late arrivals at Juarez include the stables of J. Tigue, E. J. Ramsey, O. Rice and T. Reilly from Vancouver, B. C, and Wade McLcmore, J. Randolph, J. J. Quinlan, J. II. Walker and T. OBrien from Texas. Jockeys J. Groth, W. Ormes and M. Matthews accompanied some of these shipments. Major Thos. J. Carson, owner of Dlxiana Stud, Intends to leave Kentucky shortly and make bis home in the South. .Major Carson has purchased the noted Evcrton Place, near Natchez. Miss., and on this plantation will devote his time to raising shorthorn cattle. The horses composing Dixlana Stud will be left in Kentucky, if Major Carson can make satisfactory arrangements for them, otherwise they will be sold this fall.