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NOTES OF THE TURF. Dr. G. M. Miller has bought the two-year-old filly Comnieiisia. The Hiilcrest officials have lifted the ban against the horses of J. J. Raymond and jockey W- Gar-gan. Word comes from Toronto that II. H. Emmons Rudolf o seems to be hopelessly broken down with a bowed tendon. Former jockey W. S: Knapp and Miss Elizabeth Blute, daughter of James Blute, a prominent eastern trainer of the thoroughbred, were married at Sheepshead Bay last Sunday. The stable of R. F. Carman, embracing twenty-five borses, has arrived at Laurel. Other recent arrivals at Laurel embrace the stables of A. S. Cochran. A. L. Aste, G. A. Cochran, A. P. Doyle and F. E. Mannix. Laurel will present a beautiful appearance when the gates are opened this afternoon. There will Ij a profuse display of dowers iu the vicinity of the new clubhouse and grandstand, which will resemble a horticultural garden. Great pains are being taken to have the plants in the finest condition possible and everyhlng will be splc and span throughout the enclosure. Recent arrivals at Bowie include the stables if Edward McBride and G. W. Scott. Twelve stalls at Bowie have been allotted to the stable that raced through the summer in Canada under the management of Lewis Garth. The Garth Jumpers will race at Laurel. There is no cross-country course at BowIp. but one will be constructed next season for the fall meeting. W F Presgrave has leased the Silvnrbrook Farm at Little Silver. N. J., und will make his head- Biiarters there with his own and the Clyde horses.. ilverbrook is a beautiful little farm ou the Shrcws-burv river directly opitosite the Monmouth Park race track propertr that was laid out by the late L. O. Appleby, and subsequently purchased by W. S. Fanshawe. owner of Heno, and a partner in the liouse of J. Plerpout -Morgan.