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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Seven races have been carded for the opening day at Cheyenne Saturday. The horses will go to the post at 3 p. m. for the first race each day at Maxwelton Park. Trainer W. McDaniel will race the horses of the Thorncliffe Stable over the Maryland circuit during tlie fall racing. Barney Shannons dull race Tuesday was explained by his having broken dp.wn, and he will probably be presented to the New York Breeding Bureau. Eddie Dominick, a popular rider at St. Louis years ago, has arrived at tlie Mound City witli his stable of horses, including Athletic Girl, Increase and Miss Dorothea. Eugene Leigh, who bought the bay colt by Brax-ted Mouehe Bleue at the sale of the Drake yearlings last week, -has resold the colt to John E. Madden at a handsome profit. Jack Keene appears to have a promising jockey prospect in the apprentice boy O. Willis, who has been displaying marked ability in the saddle since he began riding a short while back. It is expected that J. W. Schorr will ship a number of his horses to St Louis for the meeting at Maxwelton Park. Schorrs colors were familiar and popular in the old days at the Fair Grounds. Tliettage. occupied.hy James Corrigan at Sara-tpga.Jvas entered during Tuesday night and the burglars secured about1 00 in cash and several valuable diamonds, in Mr. Corrigans sleeping quar-" tori.