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THE NEW GRAND STAND AT ANACONDA MONTANA MONTANA RACING OF 1897 The Montana racing enterprise is receiving the attention it deserves this winter The thor ¬ oughbred stake display in DAILY RACING FORM is a noble one and the term of racing is full of attraction The stakes are well built Ed Tip ton who manages the Montana tracks is an in ¬ telligent man Though his reputation was made with the harness racing brigade the other side of turf contention was always within his view The intelligence of the racing stake conditions at Anaconda and Butte are evidences of his knowledge of present thoroughbred doings doingsFew Few Eastern people have a full idea of the extent of the Montana turf investment Nearly 200000 was spent lust spring in equipping the Anaconda and Butte tracks in a modern way The picture of the new grand stand of the Ana ¬ conda course gives some idea of the perfection of the Montana equipment The buildings at Butte are just as complete and uptodate There are commodious betting riugs and pad ¬ docks at both tracks and more than comfort ¬ able stables around each eachThe The Montana racing enterprise is in every way worthy of the deep attention of all classes of owners It is a fixture and of such class value and duration as to attract the best of both the thoroughbred and harness divisions of Amori The Ideal Park Stakes. THE IDEAL PARK STAKES STAKESEntries Entries to the nineteen stakee of the Ideal Park Racing Association close before another issue of DAILY RACING FORM reaches its readers Entries to be eligible must be received at the office 932 Monadnock Building or be post ¬ marked not later than 12 p m Monday March 1 Advices by mail or wire from prominent horsemen all over the country show that a large number of nominations are en route or will be forwarded before the closing hour Knowledge of the quality and number of these together with the lists of subscriptions obtained by a personal canvass of stables operating at San Francisco and New Orleans and reports from John W Kelseyi who is touring the training grounds of Kentucky Tennessee and Ar ¬ kansas form strong basis for the prediction that Ideal Park is to have a season of grand racing a meeting not to bo outclassed by any of the historic sessions of sport that for ¬ merly made Chicago the shining center of turf interest For obvious reasons no definite in ¬ formation as to the stakes can be given until after the date of closing but all of those inter ¬ ested in the success of Ideal Park may await news announcements with every feeling of grat ¬ ification that the efforts of the association to place the track in the front rank through liber ¬ ality and honest methods are certain to be met by hearty responses on the part of horsemen of the best class It is proposed to beautify the track and improve the plant in many ways bo fore racing begins and altogether the outlook is highly satisfactory Crack Eastern Youngsters. CRACK EASTERN YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERSThe The following youngsters have been named for the second private sweepstakes for 2year olds to bo decided at the Brooklyn spring meet ¬ ing ingJ J R Keenos blk c by Pontiac Bonnio Gal br c by Sheen Katheriue II and ch c by Tea Tray Cushat CushatA A H D H Morris b c by Ayrshire Vaca ¬ tion b c by Cayuga Veronia and ch c by Friars Balsam Lizzie Baker BakerBlemton Blemton Stables ch f Lady Marian by Ray ¬ on dOr Lady Margaret ch c Slbngster by St Blaise Sonbrette and b c by Rayon dOr Fides Brookdalo Stables ch c Blarnoystone by Stonehenge Bassinette br c Gibraltar by StonehonRe Chemise and b c Reprisal by His Highness Retribution Marcus Dalys ch c Ben Nevis by Inverness Flirt b f Makallah by Tammaay Makallah and chc by Sir Modred Sweetbrier Highland Park's Stakes. HIGHLAND PARKS STAKES The Highland Park stake conditions are given in full on the fourth page of RACING FORM Entries close March 15 There are seven events worth 9580 in the new clubs stake display The entrance fees are low and the conditions liberal liberalThe The Highland Park Clubs officials are Mer ¬ rill B Mill President John W Price Vice President Geo M Hondrie Treasurer Walter O Parmer Secretary SecretaryDIRECTORS DIRECTORS M B Mills J W Price Edward Fee Geo M Hendrie Walter O Parmer ParmerEXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Geo M Hendrie J W Price Walter O Farmer Ingleside Form. INGLESIDS FORM SAN FRANCISCO CAL Feb 27 The form of Mondays Ingleside fields is isFirst First Race Japonica Trance Last Chance ChanceSecond Second Race Whitestone Camelia Meadow lark larkThird Third Race Frank K Marjorie Gutta Per cha chaFourth Fourth Race Celoso Greyhurst Applause Fifth Race Perseus Lincoln II Peter II Sixth Race Woodland Belle Sweet William The Sinner Seventh Race Stentor Salvation Scimetar Daily Racing Form in San Francisco Dally Racing Form in San Francisco Readers of DAILY RACING FORM in SanFran i cisco can get the paper regularly at the Baldwin Hotel news stand and from Foster Orear Fnrry Building foot of Market street New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW ORLEANS La Feb 27 The form Mondays New Orleans races is isFirst First Race Stockholm Lillian E Hoi Wren WrenSecond Second Race Break oDay Elkin Tern TernThird Third Race Otho Sir John Ondaguo OndaguoFourth Fourth Kace Honor Irish Lady Sim W WFifth Fifth Race Hurns Al Kyris Sugar Cane CaneSixthJRace SixthJRace Jack the Jew Fischer F M B The Realization Of 1897. THE REALIZATION OF 1897 The following array of now threoyoarolds are eligible to the rich Realization Stakes of the Conoy Islai d Jockey Club ClubAnderson Anderson G L Stuart L OAppleby Ban ¬ nock ch c by Turco Sister Louise LouiseBocson Bocson W Dixiana Stud barm Donny br c by The Chevalier Mint Julep JulepBernays Bernays A C Prince of Boodlers b c by Boodler Lizzie Mack MackBrown Brown S S Lear b c by Troubadour Katie A ABurns Burns J Lastfollow ch c by Fellowcraft Last Ban BanBurns Burns Waterhouse Candelaria ch c by Midlothian Cosetto Don Clareucio ch c by Surinam Palouia B c by Martenhurat Elsie S SBurns Burns Waterhouso J B Haggin General Arthur ch c by Sir Modred Abra B W br c by Darebiu Bavaria Altamax b c by Max ¬ im Altitude AltitudeByrnes Byrnes M J B Haggin George Kessler ch c by Salvator Miss Woodford WoodfordChandler Chandler W A Caldron blk c by Calvados Dareka Daly Marcus Scottish Chieftain br c by Inverness Miss Darebiu Vitringa br c by Child of the Mist Virgin VirginDurham Durham H B Ch c by Whistle Jacket Ada D DDurham Durham Co Alboaton b c by Albert Bon Ton TonDwyer Dwyer P J Rifle b c by Maxim Napa NapaF F Gebhard Mizpah b or br c by Faverdale AmuletGoughacres Amulet Goughacres Stable Sir Frederic br c by Sir Modred Glad Eyes EyesHaggin Haggin J B Proselyte ch c by Tyrant Prose Mantle b c by Maxim Touche Pas PasHobart Hobart W S J B Haggiu Absentee ch c by Sir Modred Rosemary Straggler ch c by Sir Modred Bedotte San Mateo br c by Sal ¬ vator Iris IrisJohnson Johnson G F rory ch c by Tyrant Felicity FelicityKeene Keene J R Praetorian ch c by Common Sundown Horoscope ch c by Amphion Fair Vision King Menelik b c by Hampton Queen of Sheba St Cloud b c by Candlemas Belle of May wood St Roque b c by St Blaise BllaT BllaTLittlefield Littlefield Jr Mrs C Timour b c by Sheen EtarreMcCabe Etarre McCabe J L O Appleby Apploby b c by Knight of Ellerslie Scotia ScotiaMcCabfl McCabfl J J B Haggin J Sullivan ch c by Halvator Mabol John Carr ch c by Sir Modred Trelis TrelisMcDonald McDonald J E L O Apploby Albanian ch c by Tristan Furlano Curtis Mrs L J McLaughlin J B Hag gin Hi Daddy b g by Sir Modred Hiron delle delleMacdonough Macdonough W OB Orestor b c by Or ¬ monde Kissing Crust CrustKelley Kelley E Callibee ch c by Greenland Ed Sedgewick b c by Greenland Ranee RaneeMiilbrook Miilbrook Stud B c by Oneka PitaPat Longtime br c bv Lonpfellow Sometime B c GrayOneck by Rossington Edith Gray Oneck Stable J B Haggin Rollins b g by Fresno Rosette RosettePeters Peters E Oneck Stable J B Haggin Rifler b c by Maxim Rosa B BPlate Plate Co J B Haggin Sir Moltke b c by Sir Modred My Love LoveRoiche Roiche Herman J B Haggin Pluvanel b c by Darebin Vital VitalSanta Santa Anita Stable El Delecado b c by Em ¬ peror of Norfolk Alaho AlahoScott Scott Jr W Millbrook Stud Canonarto ch c by Jim Gore Serenade SerenadeSensation Sensation Stable J B Haggin Chum b c by Maxim School Girl GirlSmith Smith Chas Head Kings Counsel ch c by Queens Counsel Dazzling Light LightStockwell Stockwell Stable Challenger br c by Mar tenhurst Wanda III IIITerry Terry J E Lodestar ch c by Midlothian Starlight StarlightTheobald Theobald H Purseprond b c by Purse bearer KingstonWallace Pride of Kingston Wallace W M Panmuro b c by Tonny Queer Girl GirlMorgair Morgair E D Blue Devil b c by St An ¬ drew Blue Dress DressWilson Wilson Jr R T A F Walcott L O Apple ¬ by Knight of the Garter b c by Knight of Ellerslie Deareht DearehtBelmont Belmont P Wiskinki ch c by Iroquois Ouida OuidaBrookdalo Brookdalo Stable Bastion br c by Maca ¬ roon Chemise Elkins b c by Uncas Laoti tia Destiny b c by Macaroon Retribution Byrnes M George Archer b c by Great Tom Charity CharityClarke Clarke B G Storm King br c by Whistle Jacket Grenadine GrenadineConnolly Connolly E P West Hampton b c by Char axus Cantey CanteyDaly Daly Marcus Tullamore ch c by Inspector B Turmeric Ogden b or br c by Kilwarlin Oriole OrioleDuke Duke Jr W George H Ketcham b g by Himyar Miss Austine AustineO O Dunne P C Rood Sons Abaris ch c by St Blaise Violante ViolanteDwyer Dwyer P J Hey wood ch c by Hanover The Niece NieceErie Erie Stable St Nicholas II ch c by StBlaiso ThoraFleischmann Thora Fleischmann Son C Haphazard b c by Leonatus Nettie Howoll HowollGideon Gideon D Eakins ch c by Iroquois Car lotta lottaGoughacres Goughacres Stable Caciquebr c by Iroquois Grady GuildeanGrady Guildean C F A F Walcott C Reed Sons The PetersboroughHall Aristocrat b c by Exile Petersborough Hall R C Buddha b c by The Bard Em ¬ press pressLakeland Lakeland W J Ruppert Concord b c by Lexington Lenora Morris MorrisLakeland Lakeland W A F Walcott Lenity b c by Tristan Clemency ClemencyLakeland Lakeland W J J McCafferty Winged Foot ch f by Buchanan Longshore LongshoreFink Fink C P J J McCafferty Newsgatherer b g by Enquirer Bonnie Meade MeadeFoster Foster Bros JJ McCafferty Dr Shoppard b c by Buchanan Voltine VoltineHeffner Heffner E W J J McCafferty Arbuckle ch c by Bob Miles Evelina EvelinaMcDonald McDonald J E Rensselaor ch c by Hayden Edwards The Belle BelleMadden Madden J E Kolston br c by Longfellow Annette Humbug b c by Strathmore Hypo crito critoMadison Madison Stable C Reed Sons Sathanas blk c by Muscovy Meddle MeddleMorris Morris A H D H The Friar ch c by Friars Balsam Lizzie Baker BakerOneck Oneck Stable B c by Fitz James Cheerful CheerfulRogeis Rogeis J W Rodermond b c by Tremont Armiel ArmielSanta Santa Anita Stable Electrizar b c by Em ¬ peror of Norfolk Santa Zalida ZalidaSkidmore Skidmore T D J J McCafferty Hewitt br g by Enquirer Brocade BrocadeStewart Stewart J T Louis Stewart Rockefeller br c by Longfellow Alma D DStuart Stuart L R J Hancock Ein br c by Eolus Nita NitaStull Stull H Braw Lad b c by Eolus Brown Beauty BeautyUllman Ullman J Bavarian b c by Hindoo Rico ¬ chet chetWadsworth Wadsworth C W J J McCafferty Iranian ch c by Buchanan Irene IreneWalcott Walcott A F B c by St Blaise Ruperta Page  Ingleside Entries. INGLBSIDB ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Kace 1 Mlie Mlie3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet 6606 Miss Ruth 5 109 6763 Charlemaeno393 6745 Dennis 4 110 6766 Brametta4 105 6594 Last Chance6 121 67UOFlambeauetto391 6700 Franco 4 107 6712 Trance 4 109 6747 Bine Bell 5 109 6762 Play Boy 3 93 6769 TarTartarWlll 6769 Japonica 4 105 6769 Quantrell3 96 6771 Lady Hurot3 101 6763 Philip H 3 93 6112 Treachery 4 105 105Second Second Race 78 Mlie Mlie4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet 6671 Two Cheers 5 113 674 Hotspur 11 116 4999 Artist 4 116 2484 Towerst 4 113 6725 Uamolia 4 108 6769 Eoadrunner6 116 6765 Mosier4 110 6745 Mdow Lark5113 6546 Whitestone 7 116 6700 Favory 4 116 6765 OFleta 5 113 6766 Tuxedo 4 113 Third Race 7 8 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Sellingind ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wgt 6746 MRJ Conk 5 113 67 Enciuo 4 113 6745 WdckopperWlie 6767 Marjorie 4 108 6771Mam Scott5lll 6771 McLight6116 6715Frank K 5 116 6435 Fortuna 6 Ill 6671 B Murphy 5 Ill 6749 Qtta Percha6lll 6520 DbloQuick4113 6475 Schnitz 5 116 6650 Daylight 4 113 6730 Potentate6 115 6767 Masoero 4 110 110Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowancesind ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet Wet6768GeoMiller7120 6768GeoMiller7120 6747Coloso 3 99 995611MidliKht 5611MidliKht 3 92 6730SantaBella 4110 6767 Applause5106 6744 Greyhurst 3 106 6768 Hazard 4 105 105Fifth Fifth Kace 1 116 Miles Miles3yoarolds 3yoarolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet 6770 Beuamela 4 108 6765 Leonvillo 6 106 6773 Lincoln II 3 91 6743 Peter II 5 109 6729 Perseus 4 102 102Sixth Sixth Race 58 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances Allowancesfnd fnd Horses Wgt Lnd Horses Wgt 6747 Sepoy 112 5474 Reel 112 6762 Maj Fludd 104 6619 Alazan 114 6749 Ti e Sinner 119 6749 True Blue 114 6767 Sweet William 122 6563 VondlatidBellel07 VondlatidBellel076763Anabasis 6763Anabasis 112 St Distaff 104 6747 Laura Burt 107 6762 Tularo 101 1016765Basquil 6765Basquil 122 6771 Morcutio 112 1691 Satyr 104 104Seventh Seventh Race 1 Mile Mile3yearold 3yearold and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Wet Ind Horses Wgt 6771 Stentor 3 106 6743Ivy 6 119 6714 Simmons 7 Ill 6746 J OLantern3103 6700 Scimetar 4 110 6765 San Marco 4 120 6743 Logan 9 124 6768 Miss Ross 4 105 6764 Col Wheeler3 96 6476 Salvation 5 124 6765 Instigator 4loi TELEPHONE HAlNai 34 CLOHESEYGO PRINTERS AND BINDERS BOOKHAKERS SUPPLIES SUPPLIESTickets Tickets Sheets Slates Cashboxes etc 4850 WA3ASH AV CHICAGO Leighs Portable Stalls StallsCheap Cheap Safe Sensible Comfortable OWNERS AND TRAIN RS When yon ship your horses ask Expres8 Company to stall your car wit Leighs Patent Portable Stall ujastable to any car thus securing absolute safety to your horses while in transit without additional cost to the shipper as express companys furnish them free of cost to you They dont deface the car when adjusted and can be set up in thirty minutee for any number of horses to 24 in double door baggage car Express companies can procure stalls by applying to toTHOSMcFADDBN THOSMcFADDBN Mgr 60 ELM ST STCINCINNATI CINCINNATI O 5IDJUSTIBIE HORSE STALLS FIT ANY CAR FULL REPORTS RECEIVED BY WIRE ON ALL RACING EVENTS EVENTSSpecial Special Trains leave Polk St Depot Chicago Eastern Illinois RR at 1245 and 115 pm Returning at 500 and 635 pm Round Trip 25 cents centsROUND ROUND TRIP on Special 25 CENTS THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES AND ANDNEW NEW YORK SPORTSMAN CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDThe The Recognized Turf Authority of America AmericaAlways Always up to Date in Every Department 10 CENTS PEE COPY ALL NEWS DEALERS 400 per year SPIRIT of the TIMES Saoo 6mos ii Frankfort St 100 3 Box 938 NEW YORK Windsor Track TrackFOR FOR RENT RENTThe The Windsor Ontario Race Track will be rented to responsible parties without any reservation for the Season For particulars or any information address addressW W A HANRAHAN Secy SecyWINDSOR WINDSOR ONTARIO THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual will be ready for de ¬ livery Saturday at 35 cents in paper and 50 cents in leather covers It is a handsome book of pocket size You can bet on its figures It has all rec ¬ ords up to January t 89 7 and specially covers those of the running turf There are two handicap tables within its cov ¬ ers The figures on two sets of entries are given as illustra ¬ tions to the tables The book contains all track records track speed and comparative speed applying to the handicap tables and all the sporting records of J896 Among its contents is a full list of the fights of J896 DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A Daily Eofloctiou of the American Turf by Telegraph DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOR F H BEDNELL Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as sec ¬ ond class matter TERMS TERMSPer Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 760 760One One Year 1400 1400The The above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass mail mailDaily Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass mail in all cases casesLocal Local subscriptions outside the down town dis ¬ trict will be declined at other than first class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL 8T LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway Basement M MURPHY MURPHYOn On Sale at 830 A M MDAILT DAILT RACING FORM can be delivered to any address in St Louis Back numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the St Louiy office for telegraphic transmission CINCINNATI OFFICE 408410 Vine St StJ J R HAWLEY Agent On Sale at Noon AT DETROIT DETROITMorehead Morehead Russell House News Stand AT ST LOUIS LOUISThe The E J Jett Book and News Co Olive St AT MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEEPlankinton Plankinton Hotel News Stand StandPfister Pfister Hotel News Stand StandF F Mulkern Grand Avo and 3rd Street AT LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLEC StsLouisville C T Dearing Third and Jefferson Sts Louisville Book Co 356 Fourth Ave AT NEW ORLEANS ORLEANSH H J Holle 641 Commercial Place PlaceAT AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOFoster Foster Orear Market St Ferry Stand StandAT AT TORONTO ONT ONTJ J D McSweeney Palmer House News Stand F W Nye Co 137 King St West WestAT AT KANSAS CITY MO Ricksecker Cigar and News Co 9th and Walnut Sts StsAT AT NASHVILLE TENN TENNShyer Shyer Bros Clark Cherry Sts Duncan Hotel HotelAT AT HOT SPRINGS SPRINGSF F C Boving 418 Central Avenue AvenueAT AT DENVER DENVERThe The Stationer Company cor Fifteenth and andLawrence Lawrence Sts StsPratt Pratt Mercantile Co 1517 Lawrence St StAT AT ALBANY N Y YJ J C McClaskey 498 Broadway BroadwayAT AT BIRMINGHAM ALA ALAR R D Burnett Co 2nd Ave and 19th St StAT AT HOUSTON TEX Bottler Bros BrosAT AT ST PAUL MINN C L Miller 381 Wabasha St StAT AT MINNEAPOLIS MINN Parcher Sacre 6 S 3rd St StAT AT LEXINGTON KY KYNorris Norris Son 19 N Mill St StAT AT BROOKLYN N Y YHotel Hotel St George News Stand 55 Clark St StAT AT TOLEDO O OW W T McKoever 334 Summitt St StAT AT HAMILTON ONT McArthurs News Agency 68 James St North CHICAGO FEBRUARY 28 MARCH 1 1897 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track heayy heayyFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Wet Ind Horses Wgt WgtInconstancy Inconstancy 3 93 6067 L Britannic3 93 9363Ti9 63Ti9 Sankara 3 98 6737 Lillian E 410l 6781 Strathreel5 103 6740 Helen Wren7UM 6690 Booze 6 105 6034 Stockholm 3I07 6273 Sen Morrill 9 108 Csiu Jeems12108 6779 Pisa 5 103 6495 Alvin W 3 110 110Second Second Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling tnd Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet 6780 Kenstou 94 6757 Harry S 97 6424 Parmesan 97 6761 Ilia 99 6761 Tern 99 6444 Break oDay 101 6778 Sen Penroso 103 6780 Elkin 104 6773 The Plutocrat 10S 10SThird Third Racel 14 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling Sellingnd nd Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wgt 6781 Bizarre4 92 6752 Ot ho 4 100 6711 Hunter4100 6758 Sir Jobn5 101 6739Ondaguo5 103 681 Domingo 6 104 6752 HenryOwsley8jlOl HenryOwsley8jlOlFourth Fourth Race 78 Mile 3yearolde and upward upwardCarnival Carnival Handicap Ind Horses Wgt ind Horses Wgt 6525 Grayling 3 96 6740Sbaron3 100 3747 Honor4 103 6i15Irish Lady 4106 6758 Hailstonu 5 106 6691 Sim VV 4 108 6691 Paladin 5 113 113fifth fifth Kace 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Wgt Ind Horses WeV 6655 Prima 3 95 6545 Benefit 3 97 6753 D L 3 97 6761 Sugar Cane 3 97 6741A1 Kyris 13 100 6753 Harv B 3 6757 Hums 31 100 6780 Martin K 3 100 6497 Harry Lee 3 100 6687 Vencodor 3 100 6750 Baal Gad 4 102 6776 Lizzie Mack4102 6750 Laura Davis 4 102 6372 Issie 0 5 104 6291 Tenochtitlan5106 Tenochtitlan5106Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowancesnd nd Horses Wgt Ind Horses Wet 6689 Rachel 3 88 6444 Hondu 3 90 6643 The Jelaware390 6741 Ben Cuna 3 90 Nigger39366U 6761 Overflow 3 90 6459 Little Nigger393 66U Spinola 4 95 6290 Fischer 4 97 6781 FMB 5 105 198 Jack the Jew 5 108 Page  New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW NEW ORLEANS LA Fob 27 Ninotyflrst Day Crescent City Jockey Club Winter Mee ting Weatber clear track slow Presiding Judge Col HJW Simmons Starter C R Fitzgerald 3 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 200 4 yearolds aud upward Soiling Wt St M 54 3 StrFm Jockeys Owners Op Ul PI OLD DOMINION 104 2 4 34 23 U Schnrror R A Smith SmithTOMMY 2 34 65 65L TOMMY RUT PER 102 1 21 1 1 23 J Hill L W Benson BensonSIS 85 115 910 910V SIS FLORENCE 95 4 5 51 54 32 C Combs V Lee LeeLIZZIE 40 fiO 15 15E LIZZIE MACK 91 10 10 8 4H 41 T Powers E D Brown BrownROYAL 12 15 6 6C ROYAL PRINCE 102 7 7 7 7 53 A Barrett C DoWitt DoWittTRICKY 40 50 15 15J TRICKY JIM 93 8 31 41 6 6 Snell J A Abernatl AbernatlGIL Abernathy 80 100 40 40J GIL MurphyMOLOCH FORDHAM 104 5 6687 Burrell J E Murphy 10 12 5 5J MOLOCH 104 9 9 10 10 8 Songer J C Tucker TuckerFLORA 34 85 FLORA BALLARD 95 6 8 9 9 9 T Burns W F Dair DairIDA IDA WAGNER 90 3 12 21 31 10 J Weber J K Hand HandTime Time 254 52 120 Winner Br g a by Dry Monopolo Clara Start good Won handily Wagner quit to nothing last eighth The race should improver Rutter Old Dominion ran truly today His race was far over the mark Overwpights Tricky Jim 3 pounds SECOND RACE 18 Mile Purse 200 2yearolds Selling StrFin Jockeys Owners Op Cl PI 33 INK is Caywood Stubbs Bros 65 125 1 I 22 214 Clay J E Madden 6 44 95 6751 FRENCHFORD 98 3 55 4 SH T Powers Patrick Alien 30 20 8 6707 FLOSS 95 2 67 41 4 L Smith C Young 12 15 6 6751 DAZZLE 93 5 446 514 Songer J C Tucker 683 6751 EULALIA 95 4 2 34 6 l Burns WMHayes 75 85 3S 3SGLEN GLEN TARRA 103 7 7 54 7 Dorsey B J Johnson 12 12 5 5Time Time 134 26 39H 52 J Winner B c by Adamant Hazel HazelStart Start good Won easily Frenchford was driving hard at the end Eulalia quit to nothing Sarmatia ran a good race Oninoor wa the best THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 200 3yearolds and upward Selling lud Horses Wt St V 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners OD Cl PI 6753 OLLEAN 87 4 22 11412 11413 TBurns W F Dair 6 7 24 676IDOUBLE 24676IDOUBLE DUMMY 96 3 6 6 42 42 22 ABarrett H W Pitcher 3485 67i8 THE PLUTOCRAT 96 5 11442 6 52 32 Coley Sellors ampbell 2 24 1 109 6 3H 5 2 34 41 Caywood E H Hanna 8 10 4 6753 SEN PENROSE 89 7 52 2 3 2n 514 Souger C C McCafferty 34 4 85 4762 SPRINGVALE 111 8 4 3 52 6 6 Corder J McDonald 12 15 6 t63CLOUDON 109 1 8 8 7 7 7 Dorsey BJJohnson 452 452b554 b554 PLAY OR PAY 107 2 7 7 8 8 8 Healy M H Healy 40 50 15 156b77 6b77 CANDY 91 9 9 9 9 9 9 Clay P TomlinsonCo 8 10 4 4Time Time 27 534 1 21 1 49 i SparkleStart Winner B f 3 by Kallicrates Sparkle Start good Won easily It was a vile ride on The Plutocrat Ideal showed speed at three quarters but died away Ollean showed startling improvement since her last race Beau Ideal is nearly ready London had no speed Dummy ran a good race raceScratched Scratched Moralist i9 Paros 99 99Overweights Overweights Double Dummy 3 pounds f 3 T 7 H 7 C Q FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 200 4yearolds and upward Selling Lud Horses Wt S St M 4 fc StrFin Jockeys Owners Op Cl PI 675UjKTlARRh 105 4 11 12 12 11 ABarrett R T Stewart 3 34 65 6530 MISS ROWETT 105 1 7 24 22 25 Scherrer L Meado Stk Co 6 5 2 6676 P1S 102 3 3n759 2 4 53 32 T Burns J Bradley 652 n759 HANO BELLE 102 7 4K 54 6 4u Walker BrnineBrdman 8 12 5 6678 riUXIE 102 6 6675 BeauchampT B Waite 12 15 6 6740 R Q BAN 110 5 56742TAGLIONA 3 3n 3146 Campbell T H Smith 85 95 35 6742TAGLIONA 99 2 517 4 7 Hirsch R A Cox 10 12 5 Time 254 514 1195 Winner B m 5 by The 111 Used or Deceiver Beosio Morrison MorrisonStart Start g od Won easily It was a bad ride on Ban Rowett turned wide into the stretch Belle did uot seem to like the going She may have staled Scratched Amber Glints 99 Issio 0 102 678O FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 200 3yearolds Selling lud Horses Wt St 4 4 5 Strbin Jockeys Owners Op Cl PI 1U1 1 13 15 is ly Souger J C Tucker 67 6 ELK1N 104 2 2 22 22 23 Scherrer A G Weston 6 7 t t 4MARTIN K 104 5 5 510 42 3u ABarrett PTKelly 6 10 6691 ARTH 1U1 4 42 34 3 4a Gatewood H Ray 75 2 12 126it6 6it6 SEELBACH 101 3 3 41 520 520 day W H Roller 6 8 24 6321 KENSTON 94 7 7666 Combs C A Rose 20 30 10 DELAVAN 101 6 6777 J Hill Arthur Benson 15 20 8 Time 25M51M 119 Winner 119Winner B f by John Henry Fredrica FredricaStart Start good Won easily Henrica played with her field and was galloping at end Shohadi a lot left Martin tiuishud strong Elkin ran a fair race Earths was a bad one 6rTQ SIXTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 200 4yearolds and upward Allowances 4 O JL Substitute for Regular R ce Declared Off luil ilorsns Strfriu JuckeiB OD Cl PI 6740 sTRAlHREEL oombs E L Graves 4 4 S5 6522 LITTLE BILLY 94 7 5 5 21 2n 21 Barrett H T Batcheior 10 12 5 644 I F M K 9t 4 44 4i 55 4H 34 Songer J R OBrien 15 12 5 6758 DOMINGO 108 6 51 3143 31 41 Scherrer FleischmannSon 3 4 85 o759 PI P FALL ItW 3 2 2 41 52 5 T Burns W K Cleveland 75 65 25 670S B1ZVKRE 92 5 7 7 6 6 6 Clay M Hooper 8 10 4 6755 AMBER GLINTS 89 1 34 10Time 6 7 7 7 Campbell M Shields 20 30 10 Time 27 524 1 194 13454 13454innerCh ReelStart innerCh m 5 by Strathmort Lady Reel Start good Won cleverly Dumiugo and Pitfall were und undr r a pull first half Both stopped last furli ng FM B was coming fast at end Domingos race was a horror Overweights horrorOverweights Ambtr Glints 3 pounds Little Billy 2 Domingo 3 Ingleside Form Chart. INGLBSIDE FORM CHART CHARTSAN SAN FRANCISCO CAL Feb 27Fiftysoventh Day Pacific Coast Jockey Club Wintei Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Jas H Rees Starter R Havey 6769 TO K FIRST RACE I Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Wt St 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners Op Cl PI 6745 OLIVE 110 8 8 7 7 52 14 H Martin A B Spreckels 24 44 95 6715 JAPONICA 100 1 IH 41 34 24 24 T Sloan E Corrigau 6 34 65 6710 TAR AND TARTAR 107 4 2 24 2 34 32 Thorpe Murry Dodge 115 85 35 47 EDGEMOUNT 102 5 34 IH IH IH 4 4 FrawJey W M Murry 30 30 10 6572 1NSTALLATRIX 99 6 543442 41 52 Piggott W Boots Son 8 10 4 674 CHERRYSTONE 110 2 41 5451 6 60 J Shields Alex Shields 10 12 5 6671 LONG LADY 100 7 7 8 8 7 7 E Jo es J C Humphrey 8 10 4 5436 QUANTRELL 95 3 62 6 65 8 8 Clawson T Lottridgo 30 40 12 12SALAS SALAS 102 9 9 9 9 9 9 Spoucer D Dennison 30 40 12 6745 ROADRUNNER 115 Left at the post Sullivan T H Boyle 40 50 15 15Time Time 264 53M 1 1854 1 44 44Winner VirgieStart Winner B m 5 by Apache Virgie Start bad Won easily Olive was the best Tartar took the long route Installatrix was short riddenScratched and quit badly at the end Japonica was excellently ridden Scratched Mosier 102 SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners Ou Cl PI 6746iYEMEN 102 1 13 l 13 13 TSloan S Deunel 32 65 out 6609 BENAMELA 108 4 41 32 3 2 W Martin P Dunne 572 6651 P AT MURPHY 102 2 22 22 23 30 H Martin A B Spreckols 883 6729 FRANK JAUBERT 99 5 55 4n 4n J Shields Alox Shields 20 40 12 126745CLISSIE 12SH 6745CLISSIE B 97 3 SH 41 5 5 Barringor H T Griffin 40 50 15 15t 6713 MIDLO 99 Left at t the post E Jores H E Leigh 85 2 710 710t 6725 HAZEL D 102 Left at t the post Wicklino E Barren 60 75 25 25Time Time 244 49J 1 01M 1 14 14Winner Winner Chg a by Alarm Hira HiraStart Start vile Won easily Yemen was the best The stait removed a stout contender in Midlo Benamela strongScratched finished strong Scratched Meadow Lark 102 Moylan 102 102Overweights Overweights Hazel D 4 pounds THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Wt St M 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners Op Cl PI 6393 MAMIE SCOTT 105 1 li 13 12 11 11 Piggott A Nickells 30 60 20 6723 STENTOR 98 5 61 61 52 52 2 T Sloan P Dunne 1 710 out 6746 McLIGHT 105 4 3431 4441433 Thorpe S C Hildreth 8 10 4 66721MERCUTIO 104 6 44 41431 33 4 Spencer G H Peters 30 40 12 6670 HKRM ANITA 105 3 24 21 24 2 52 H Martin J G Follansbee 8 10 4 674 UNITY 107 8 5 51 64 6 61 T McHugh Louis Ezell 683 6713 HARLD LINDSAY 98 10 9 8 8 7 7 Barringer H T Griffin 40 50 15 6716 NARAN JA 944 7 7 7 7 8 8 AMcIntyre E J Baldwin 6727 DOCTOR G 105 9 11 11 9 10 9 Slaughter Cella Sippy V 10 6702 LADY HURST 103411 10 10 10 9 10 Snyder Matt Storu 30 40 12 6729 CODA 100 8 8 9 11 11 11 E Jones J N Burk 50 60 20 6139 TEMPESTUOUS 92 12 12 12 12 12 12 Clawson E W Purser 10 12 5 5Time Time 25 514 103 4 117 lr43J Winner B m 5 by Canny Scot Kola KolaStart Start perfect Won handily Scott was lucky Stentor was the best He was interfered at start and first turn and cut off at head of stretch McLight ran well Mercutio was short America will do next out Hermanita had a stormy passage Naranja was badly managed and was cut off on the turn for home Scratched Scimetar 05 Encino 105 105Overweights Overweights Lady Hurst 44 pounds Naranja 44 rrrTi FOURTH RACE 13 Mile Schreibor Stakes 2yearolds lbOO Guaranteed Ind Horses Wt St M 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners Op 1 PI 118 2 341141 TSloan J N Burk 662 118 3 24 2142 TMcHugh L Ezell 75 75 12 664S DUKE OF YORK II 118 4 446 34 Spencer Mrs L Appleby 20 30 10 6673 AL KORAN 118 6 52 32 42 He nessy A JWilson Co12 10 4 6570 DON LUIS 113 7 6 5 52 H Martin E F Smith 20 30 10 6673 ROXEY MURPHY 113 1 1THORPE IH 4 6 Doggetfc Geo Rose 562 THORPE 118 5 777 Thorpe BurnsWatprhse 24 75 12 6726 REY EL SALTO 118 8 888 CSloan EJBaldwin 30 40 12 12Time Time 12425 384 50 Winner Ch c by Flambeau Sallie G GStart Start good Won easily Estro was the best The Cheat likes a route Duke of York is im ¬ proving Al Koran is promising Thorpes preliminary was bad He is a well tried youngster Scratched Imperious 118 Maxlone 118 rr rj O FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Handicap Ind riorses Wt St M 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners Op Cl P 744 LINCOLN II 90 2 32 3 31031014 Thompson S C Uildreth 10 8 3 6714 FLASHLIGHT 98 1 12 12 12 is 28 Slaughter FarrarT berville 12 10 4 6727 INSTALLATOR 109 3 2 24242435 Doggett W Boots Son 2 2 45 5610 THE DRAGON 6713MOYLAN 100 Left at the post T Soan EdCorrign 24 5 2 3744 ARGENTINA 105 Left at the post Thorpe EJBaldwin 24 3 1 Time 25 505 103 116 141J Winner Ch c 3 by Bramble Mary M MSrart Srart bad Won driving Flashlight was best Lincoln II is good just now Installators race can be thr wn out The Dragon had no speed at all allScratched Scratched Buckwa 120 Ostler Joe 112 Arrezzo 94 Salvable 115 6774 SIXTH RACE 1 13 Miles Purse 5UO Over 6 Hurdles Handicap Ind Horses Wt St V4 4 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners On C PI 6675 ARDNDEL 13J 4 31 32 3 3io 14 Wiikius N S Hall 331 672H 331672H GOV BUDD 132 3 141 IV li 2 Sumnnrfid Matt Storn 683 6728 DUNGARVEN 125 7 4 51 61 64 33 Porteous L Ezoll 30 50 15 6728 HERMAN 130 2 24 21 24 2 4 Higgins J J Hiegins 12 15 6 6675 HELLO 148 6 54 41 41 41 510 Peters J Casbidy o 6 2 6001 ESPERANCE 125 8 8 7 52 56 6 Kinnoy T ATobin 10 12 5 5510 BBY BILL 145 1 7 6 7 7 7 Owons L J Ros Jr 2 2 45 6477 FI FI 140 5 6 8 8 8 5 Clancy S Merriweather 12 15 6 Time 250 250Winner Winner Ch h 6 by Duke of Norfolk Elaine ElaineStart Start good Won driving Arundel ran an honost race Baby Bills race can be thrown out Arundol was best today Budd was too much used Herman hung at the end Dungarven will bo a good jumper jumperScratched Scratched Adolph Spreckels 138 138Overweights Overweights Herman 4 pounds irrrpT SEVENTH UAUE 34 Mile Purse SIOO 3yearoldsHndupwaid allowances Ind Horses Wt St k 4 StrFm locnfv Owner 6749JMAGNET 107 2 24 21423 IH Slaughter D A Honig 111085 out 6JS2 out6JS2 BUCKWA 104 1 12 12 iiy e TSloan E W Purser 85 65 out b7i5 outb7i5 DAVID 10644 4 4 4 3 Thorpe Benson Arthur 8 10 out 6300 LIBERTINE 107 3 33 32 32 4 Macklin J G Brown Co 6 10 out Time outTime 12M 45 59J4 1 134 Winner 134Winner Ch h 5 by St Blaiso Magnetic Magneticbtartpoor btartpoor Won driving Magnet was best Buck wa is in grand shape and ran a splendid race David came strong and nipppd Libertine LibertineScratched Scratched Gutta Percha 10J Ferrier 107 Preston 104 Dunboy 104 Ovcrwfights 104Ovcrwfights David 24 pounds Daily Racing Forms Selections SelectionsThe The Telegraphic Service over Racing Forms Daily Selections has been remodeled and in future subscribers at 4 per week will be sent only a succinct telegram of some twenty words night rate Western Union Message containing the refined selections in all the races of the fol ¬ lowing day Turf Exchange At Roby Ind FULL REPORTS Received by Wire on All = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Racing Events COMBINATION ODDS OFFERED SPECIAL TRAIN on P1TTSBURG FOBT WAYNE RR leaves Union Depot 1 10 pm stop ¬ ping Ht Archer Ave 31st St 41st St and Englewood Returning loaves Roby immediately after last New Orleans race arriving in the city at 545 pm Faro round trip 25 cents The P F W fe C R R Special will not leave Roby any evening in future before 517 oclock ILLirsOIS CENTRAL Trains leave foot of Randolph St every 40 minutes after 940 am Making connection with Electric Cars at Ninetythird St LAKE SJiOKE regular train leaves at I205 pm Returning Lake Shore trains leave Roby at 430 636 and 712 pm pmTAKE TAKE ELECTRIC CARS Page  MONTANA RACING OF 1897 BTm i r r rt n JtiV7ircv JtiV7ircvEntries t n w r T mT rr T v Entries Close April i 1897 with Ed A Tipton Mngr Anaconda Montana FIFTYFOUR DAYS CONTIGUOUS RACiRIG TEN THOROUGHBRED STAKES 11000 GUARANTEED IN VALUE 150000 FOR THE WINNERS DAYS AT ANACONDA DAYS AT BUTTE ANACONDA RACING ASSN WEST SIDE RACING ASSN JUNE 26 TO JULY 24th JULY 27 TO AUGUST 28th ANACONDA AND BUTTE ARE BUT TWENTYSEVEN MILES APART Winners after weights weightsA THE BUTTE HANDICAP 1000 value 1500 of which 250 to second and 150 to THE COPPER CITY HANDICAP 1500 two days before race third horse Weights to be announced three are announced to carry 5 Ibs penalty Losers A handicap for all ages Eu trance 10 30 A handicap for all ages Entrance 10 50 ad days before race Winners after weights are aftor weights are announced allowed 3 Ibs To Today additional for horses not declared by 5 pm of ditional for horses not declared by 5 pm of the announced to carry 5 Ibs penalty To be run at day before the race Guaranteed value 1500 be run at Anaconda Mile Mileof the day before the race Guaranteed value Butte Miles MilesTHE of which 250 to second and 150 to third horse rue ° nrncM STAKEn QXAUCC ci 0 nnn nnnWeights 1000 of which 200 to second and 100 to third Weights to be announced throe days before the T0HE P PEll Ell EllSTAKEn Entrance 10 3U additional additionalcarry horse Weights to be announced two days THE WEST SIDE HANDICAP f 000 000A For 2yearolds before race Winners after weights are an ¬ Winners after announced to race weights are to start Guaranteed value 1000 of which 200 2001M nounced to carry 5 Ibs penalty Starters after A handicap for all age Entrance 10 30 5 Ibs To be at Anaconda carry Miles penalty run to second and 100 to third horse Winners of announcement of weights not running one two additional for horses not declared by 5 p m of 1M a stake race of the value of 1000 to carry 3 Ibs allowed 3 Ibs To be run at Butte 1 116 Miles MilesTHE the day before the race Guaranteed value THE ANACONDA HANDICAP 1000 two of any valueor one of 2COO5 Ibs three of ofA 1000 of which 200 to second and 100 to third any value 7 Ibs extra Maidens allowed 3 Ibs Ibsadditional THE NORTH WESTERN HANDICAP horse Weights to be announced two days Entrance 10 30 A for all handicap ages beaten maidens 5 Ibs those that have started startedthe before race Winners after weights are an ¬ additional for horses not declared by 5 p m of 1000 1000A 5 Ibs penalty To be run at twice and not been placed 7 Ibs To be run at nounced to parry the day before the race Guaranteed value Anaconda mile mileJiorse A handicap for 2yearolds Entrance 10 30 Butto lMip lMipTHE 1000 of which 200 to second and J100 to third additional for hoTsea not declared by fi p HI of the Jiorse Weights to bo announced two days TWF D nppp I ° nnrF 2G QTAKFQ 1 h nnn day before the race Guaranteed value 10uO THE SILVER BOW STAKES 1000 before race Winners after weights are an J 2yearolds V Entrance 10 30 additional of which 200 to second and 100 to third horse For 2year ilds Entrance iu 0 additional r or nounced to carry 5 Ibs penalty To bo run at to start Guaranteed value 1000 of which 200 200to Weights to be announced two days befura race for starters Guaranteed vilui istO f which Anaconda 1 Mile to second and 100 to third horse Winners of a aTHE Winners after weights are announced to carry 200 to second and 100 to third horetv Winners stake race of the value of 1OCU to cam 3 Ibs 5 Ibs penalty Starters after weights are au of a stake or winners of tworaces of any value THE SMELTERMENS HANDICAP extra two of any value 5 Ibs extra three of nounced that fail to be placed one two three 3 Ibs extra of three races 5 Ibs extra Those 3 tl iuuu nnn any value 7 Ibs extra Beaten maidens allowed allowedA allowed 5 Ibs To be run at Butte fc Mile MileTHE not having won a stake allowed 5 Ibs beaten A handicap for 3yearolds and upward En 5 Ibs those that have started and not been beentrance THE SILVER CITY HANDICAP f5 K maidens 8 Ibs maidens that have started have not at that have started startedby the Anaconda or Butte meetings and trance 10 30 additional for horses not declared placed allowed 7 Ibs those by 5 pm of the day before the race Guaran twice at the Anaconda meeting and not been beenteed A handicpp for 3yearolds and upward En ¬ boon placed 16 Ibs To be run afr Butte 5i teed value 1000 of which 200 to second and placed allowed 10 Ibs To be run at Anaconda trance 10 50 additional for horses not declared Furlongs 100 to third horse Weights to be announced Wt Furlongs by 5 pm of the day before race Guaranteed Plenty of New and Modern Stables flarvelous Water and a Track Soft Enough to Suit Thoroughbreds Perfectly Entries Close April i 1897 with Ed A Tipton Mngn Anaconda fTocitana Ideal Park Racing Ass Ideal Park Wis WisMeeting Meeting of 1897 Entries Close March 11897 11897NINETEEN NINETEEN STAKES GUARANTEED NOMINAL ENTRANCE FEES Ideal Park Handicap 3yearolds and up Fond Du LacjStakes Selling 3yearolds non ward guaranteed value 6000 1 316 miles milesWisconsin winners of 750 guaranteed value 1000 mile mileManitowoc Wisconsin Handicap All ages guaranteed Manitowoc Stakes Selling 3yearolds and Talne2500 mile mileWankesha upward nonwinners of 750 guaranteed value Wankesha Stakes Selling 3yearolds and 1000 1 mile mileEussell upward guaranteed value 1300 1 miles milesEan Eussell Stakes 2yearold colts and geldings Ean Plaine Handicap 3yearolds and up ¬ guaranteed value 1000 4V furlongs furlongsBlossom ward guaranteed value 1200 1 mile mileChicago Blossom Stakes 2yearold fillies guaranteed Chicago Stakes 3yearolds and upward value 1000 Vi mile mileUnity guaranteed value 1000 1 116 miles milesWinnebago Unity Stakes 2 yearolds guaranteed value Winnebago Stakes Selling 3yearolds and 1000 mile mileRush upward guaranteed value 1000 6J4 furlongs furlongsEenosha Rush Stakes 2yearolds guaranteed value Eenosha Stakes3y earolds guaranteed value 1000 Vz mile mileBadger State Handicap 2yearolds guaran ¬ 1500 1116 miles milesPleasant Badger Pleasant Prairie Handicap 3yearolds guar teed value 1000 mile mileRacine anteed value 1000 1 mile mileGreen Racine Stakes selling 2yearolds guaran ¬ Green Bay Stakes 3yearolds guaranteed teed value 1000 Wt furlongs furlongsOzaukoe value 1000 5 mile mileSheboygan Ozaukoe Stakes selling 2yearolds guaran ¬ Sheboygan Stakes Selling 3yearolds guar teed value 1000 3i mile anteed value 1000 1 mile MEETING BEGINS MAY 3 1897 1897Liberal Liberal Purses New Stables Full conditions and entry blanks will be forwarded on application to M Nathanson Secy 932 flonadnock Bldg Chicago HIGHLAND PARK CLUB CLUBDETROIT DETROIT MICH ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH 15 1897 1897Address Address to Walter O Farmer Secry Newberry Building Detroit Mich SEVEN STAKES GUARANTEED IN VALUE 9500 THE SWAN STAKES For fillies two years old each 100 loss to 500 Starters to be aataad 5 tn accompany the nomination 10 additional with the selling price the day preceding the to start The Club to guarantee the value of race Ti mile mileTHE the stakes to be 1000 of which 700 to the first THE GARLAND SHAKES For twoyearold fil 200 to the second and 100 to third To carry lies 5 to accompany the nomination 40 ad 100 Ibs Winners of a sweepstake since May 1 to ditional to start The club to guarantee the carry 3 Ibs extra of two of any value or one of value of the stake to bo 1000 of which 700 to 1500 value 5 Ibs extra or three of any value the first S200 to second and 100 to third win since that date 10 Irs extra Winners of five ners of a sweepstake of 1000 valwe to carry races of any value to carry 10 Ibs extra Start ¬ 3 Ibs extra of two of any value 5 Ibs extra ers to bo named through entrybox the day pre ¬ nonwinners ofi a race of 800 allowed 5 Ibs of ceding the race X mile mileTHE two races of any value 7 Ibs j maidens beaten two or more iimes 12 Ibs Starters to be named THE RUSSELL HOUSE HANDICAP For three through entry box the day preceding the race yearolds and upward 10 to accompany the mile nomination M additional to start The club Yi THE mileTHE BAKNER STAKES For twoyearo ds 5 to guarantee the value of the stakes to be 1500 to the nomination 50 additional to of which 1200 to first 200 to second and 101 to start accompany the Club to guarantee the valno nt tha third Weights to appear three days prior to stake to be 1500 of which 1200 to fir the race Winners after publication of weights second and 100 to third winners of two sweep ¬ to carry 5 Ibs extra Acceptances to bo made stakes f any value or one of the value of 1500 through the entry box the day preceding the to carry 5 Ibs extra of three or more of arjr race 1 mile mileTUB value 7 Ibs extra those not having won a TUB INTERNATIONAL STEEPLECHASE A sweepstake allowed 5 Ibs and if such have act steeplechase handicap for threeyearolds and won two races 8 Ibs Maidens if never plaeod upward 10 to accompany the nomination tO in a sweepstake allowed 12 Ibs extra Starters additional to start The club to guarantee the to be named through entrybox the day pyoced value of the stake to be 1000 of which 700 t ine the race mile mileTHE the first 200 to second and 100 to third THE DETROIT DERBY A sweepstake for three Woights to appear two days prior to the race year olds foals of 1894 10 entrance to accom ¬ Full course about 2Vi miles milesSTROTH pany the nomination 100 additional to start STROTH BREWING Co STAKES A selling The Club to guarantee the value of the stake t sweepstakes for threeyear olds and upward 5 be 2500 of which 1800 to the first 500 to s to the nomination 40 additional to ond and 200 to third Winners of a sweepstaLo start accompany The club to guarantee the value of the of 1500 value to carry 3 Ibs extra of two cf stakes to be 1000 of which 700 to the first any value 5 Ibs extra beaten nonwinners of a 200 to second and 100 to third Those entered stake in 1897 allowed 5 Ibs nonwinners of three for 2500 to carry weight for ago Allowance races in 1897 allowed 8 Ibs beaten maidens 15 2 Ibs for each 250 to 1500 1 Ib allowed for Ibs Starters to be named through antrybox each 100 less to 1000 then 2 Ibs allowed for the day preceding the race 1V4 miles VVill by May 15 be converted into a firstclass IJIOLJI AKp DADiy Pi I O M L A IN U rArr mile track with all the equipments and con ¬ veniences of a modem Race Track Summer Meeting begins second week in June Fall Meeting September 6