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re run by 266 horses, and there were 109 winners, taking 271 races. The descendants of the famous stallion Revenue figure prominently in the list. Planet, by Revenue, won 8 races and $26,950. Exchequer, by Revenue, won 7 races and $20,120. Fanny Washington, by Revenue, won 14 races and $9,800. Eugene, by Revenue, won 6 races and $4,350. Ninette, by Revenue, won 3 races and $2,500. Bullion, by Revenue, won 3 races and $2,100. The Revenue colts together won $80,720--those in the Doswell stable $aces and $9,800. Eugene, by Revenue, won 6 races and $4,350. Ninette, by Revenue, won 3 races and $2,500. Bullion, by Revenue, won 3 races and $2,100. The Revenue colts together won $80,720--those in the Doswell stable $59,370. Planet's winnings were three stakes and one purse, at four-mile heats, and four purses at three-mile heats — Fanny Washington's winnings (14 races) were all purses, with a stake added to one; three at four-mile heats, six at three-mile heats, and five at two-mile heats.
What Influences Stocks. --The manner in which the stock market of New York may be sent up or down, may be gathered from this extract from the commercial article in the New York Tribune of Thursday: The market is naturally very sensitive, and is influenced by every genuine or bogus dispatch from Washington. To-day, after falling on a rumor that the President of the Southern Confederacy had directed an immediate attack upon Fort Sumter, it railied again upon a reported telegram that Mr. Seward was about to visit Richmond, by invitation of the Virginia Convention, to consult in regard to a basis of settlement. New York Tribune"