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KINGS COUNTT HANDICAP STROMBOLI DEFEATS THE FINN AND SPUE IN JAMAICA FEATURE. Bis Crowd Gathers to Witness Star Handicap Horses in Conflict— Leading Stables from Pim- lico Arrive at the Track — An Arrest Made. .laiiinic.-i. N. y . May 111. It fn | perfnl «l;i.v for radag ami :,t lea t 0,000 eajoyed tin- sport at .l:mi;ii. .1. The It:* I Ml.- was the Kings County Han die i|» which went l.i Mr. Briaaoata Btromboll uiul. r :i faaltaen ride by BatweO. Stnaaboli is tke lir-i ii. .is.- i,, ranrj the- colors of .Mr. i:. iinoiit to victory this .. ir and his high in flesh appearance, canard ln.iny in look elsewhere for the winner. They forgot thai his trainer always runs iiis horses high in flesh i,i tie- spring. Neither Spur nor The rtaa ran as if quite ready, both hnnaahm leg weary mi tin way iiriii. Bayberry Caaalle showed promisingly Cat .i arhile l.ut dropped .nil of eoa-• iuh.li after going three ajaartem. The race will help all three ..r the leaden, which ahoadd improve materially. Spar raa oat a Utile en the first uirn an.l OBriea thea rushed him int.. the lead -n the next eighth which took raaalderatde tut ef liim lint neve i was there any time during the running, that Stroll. !..li iliil n.it iiidil Ilis uppo- neata safely. !!. P. t armaii lias elecieleel to ship Wilfred Yiaus handicap In. is. Trial by .lury t « T at* for the Dake of Coaaaaght Cap, if he is not aafced t.. pick u|i tun mach weight in that stake. Jockej Kuinm.-r was aasptnOnd for tin- meeting i.y the stewards fir reagh rldiag in the first race. Jain Carson ha- received a flattering offer from a prominent Canadian breeder for Half Rock, a aoa of Rack Haad Half Sovereign. Geo. Ibar.lon was an arrival from Louisville daring the afterm and ttpmtti his father-in law u.a.l.l ship an esteaaave string to the Kmpire City track, loUswIag the etaae at lataaia. Harry Kelly Rapidly Recovering. Harry Kelly, tin- three rear aad star of the S. hull- establishment, is rapidly recovering from the efi.-i ts .,r a iinarier eaaefc, in- suffer,. i in his final trail for th.- Kentucky Derby, lackey A. Pieheaa was an arrival from Devonshire Perk and has algaed :i contract to ride f,,r thill, c. Halle abeck stable dariag the present radag seaaoa. T. W. OBriea has d.-eideil to ship Marmont to the half mil.- eireait, following his dlnappoinitiag performance in tin- secoad race. W. K. Vaaderbtti was ansaag thaae present la the • lull house t.. witness the running of tie- Kiaga .unty. Five carloads of horses arrived from PhaMee last evening, lacladed in tiiis shipnaeal were the racers of H. 1. Wiiilncy. C. C. Winfrey, apt. R. I:. Cassatt, Kimball Pattemoa, W. B. Mitchell aad Win. Shi. -Ids. K. Wilsi.u ami W. S. Iayne were fined 0 for radag in colon not registered as their owe. oi f Sheriff: SansaH Mitchells deputies raaght Bdwatd Lynn, formerly an odds layer, violating one of the nils laid down li.v the association and put him under arrest. He was taken to Jamaiea. The eeeoadary featan if the afternoon, the Arizona Handicap at five and a half farlouga, resulted in a rattliag good raa teat, when Top » th Moraing I tinted knag eaoagh to defeat Onaesdale by a seam margin. Bath were tired horsea at the end. Bhfaw Maiden, which took the short eml ef the money, was galaing at every stride. There wire two dist iagaiahed visitors at the track today when .l..l,u Iurroy Mit.-h. 1. mayor of Ni-i Vork, am! Ambassador .lames v. Qcrard, bm toted int.. the grounds. Betk occupied lioes in the clahhoaae aad wen mmeiat d coatiaaoasly by their hosts i.: fikada. Indging from their conversation, both wen w.U pleased with their afteraooaa out hag. !l ". le first line in geaentbam that a aaayor of New fork has visited the local race ii oui-ses. Aaabasaador Gerard tbotaaghly aagred .ates the IhonaghOnd. having visited the old Jaaantown track n one occasion when passing thWWJlh Norfolk. a.