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AUSTRALIAN TURF DISCIPLINE A signally effective and correct punishment for having a horse pulled in a race or series of races was administered in Australia last Novem Novena ¬ ber beer by the oflicmls follicles of the Victoria Racing Club A highclass highlands handicap horse Parthenopaeus Parthenon had failed in both the Caulfleld Called and Melbourne Cups Ho then was started for the Spring Han ¬ dicap dicta at the Victoria meeting and going to the post at a long price was never conspicuous in the race He was in the Final Handicap run within a few days subsequent to the Spring Handicap and notwithstanding the fact that the handicapper dissatisfiecfwith dissatisfied hispreVious inspections ssay say had materially increased his weight was heavily and persistently backed to beat practi practice ¬ cally calmly the same field to which he was nowhere in the Spring Handicap He won with astound ¬ ing King ease and at once there was an investigation that resulted in the disqualification of the trainer A Ferguson and the jockey P Guin Gin ane Anne during the pleasure of the committee The horse it should be mentioned was the property of S Allen one of the leadingand leading best known bookmakers of Australia The subse subset ¬ quent queen proceedings are thus described in the Melbourne Age Up to this point the owner or owners of the horse stood exempt from punishment but the V E C stipendiary Steward Mr C F Fraser assisted by Racecourse Detective Wright set to work to discover whether a statement that had been made by Allen that he did not back the horse in the Final Handicap was true or untrue and whether he and others shared the responsi response ¬ bility ability along with the jockey and the trainer for the pulling of the horso hors on the Thursday The inquiries by these officers of the club brought out most interesting disclosures In ¬ formation came to hand which greatly magni magi ¬ fied field the gravity of the case and the V R C committee summoned S Allen the nominal owner and T Arnfield Garfield a suspected part owner to stand their trial trialNumerous Numerous persons who were known to have backed the horse were called by the committee on Monday to testify with regard to their opera ¬ tions ions These were questioned by Allen and Arn Arne ¬ field as to whether they the witnesses had acted as commissioners for them Allen and Arnfield Garfield and they denied that they had done so but the committee saw reason to accept this disclaimer with considerable reserve Being bookmakers moreover Allen and Arnfield Garfield were able to make a huge profit by laying heavily against the other horses and this the commit ¬ tee found they did which proved a rather un ¬ fortunate disclosure for the accused pair pairAs pairs As if to emphasize the discomfiture of their position the jockey came forward with an un ¬ qualified confession which gave the inquiry a new and sensational turn He had failed to attend the inquiry on Monday and when he was asked on Tuesday by the V R C officials to be present yesterday he decided to do so In the meantime he consulted a solicitor with the object of preparing a sworn declaration tell ¬ ing King the story of his own guilt and the guilt of others He was impelled to do this it appears on account of the fact that the others had failed to meet his proposals as to monetary support after his disqualification In a word he came to the conclusion that to save themselves the other three Allen Arnfield Garfield and Ferguson were inclined to sacrifice him and he therefore determined to make a clean breast of it and place himself in the hands of the committee The statement he made was most ample and definite and the committee was impressed with its truthfulness The contents were not defi def ¬ nitely nicely disclosed to the press but in its general effect Quinane Quinine accused the three others and more particularly Ferguson of fraudulent prac pac ¬ tices ices He says ho pulled the horse on the Thursday because Ferguson told him to do so He found the horse going so well at the abba aba toirs tours that thereafter he ran as wide as he thought he safely could Further statements he made indicated that the roping was done with the connivance of Allen and Arnfield Garfield ArnfieldCrossexaminatjon Crossexaminatjon Crossbeam by the bookmakers and the trainer did not in the estimation of the committee shake the jockeys story storyAllen storable Allen declared that he was the sole owner of the horse and that Arnfield Garfield had not a partner ¬ ship interest in the animal but on that point the committee were dubious the opinion being that the evidence tended to connect Arnfield Garfield with the horse to the extent of having a voice in the question whether he was to run to win or not notWhen northern When the evidence had been completed the committee deliberated for about an hour those who took part being Messrs Messes S Miller chair ¬ man C M Lloyd W H Croker Crocker E Manifold P Russell R Power A McCracken McCormack and F Madden The verdict that was read by the chairman to the accused quartette was as fol fool ¬ lows lowsIt lowest It having been proved to the satisfaction of the committee that Samuel Allen and Thomas Arnfield Garfield have been guilty of fraudulent prac pac tice trice with regard to the running of the horse Parthenopaous Parthenon during the recent spring meet ¬ ing King Of the V R C the said Samuel Allen and Thomas Arnfield Garfield are hereby disqualified for life and the said horse Parthenopaeus Parthenon is also disqualified for life The disqualification al ¬ ready imposedon imposed Andrew Ferguson and Patrick Guinane Guinean during pleasure will remain j Commenting on this case editorially the latest issue of The Spirit of the Times says with the hearty endorsement of DAILY RACING FORM The recent sensational Parthenopaeus Parthenon case the account of which was published in The Spirit of January 8 might be carefully read by the Stewards of the Jockey Club The Stewards of the Victoria Racing Club at whose course the in and out running of Parthenopaeus Parthenon occurred were not satisfied as is frequently the case in this country with the disqualifications of the horse jockey and trainer but probed the matter to its uttermost depth succeeding finally in proving two prominent Victorian bookmak bookmark ¬ ers the real instigators of the fraud upon the public publicIn publican In this country it happens all too frequently that some poor miserable halfwitted halfwit jockey barely more than a child in years suffers alone the penalty for a crime in which he was merely the agent of the real criminal who continues his career of crime unscathed The Austra Austria ¬ lian lain stipendiary Steward an official in the necessity of whose existence The Spirit contin contain ¬ ues Tues a strong believer notwithstanding the apparent contrary belief of the Jockey Club aided by detectives continued the investiga investigate ¬ tion ion and finally succeeded in bringing to justice the perpetrators of the fraud as well as their paid agents the jockey and trainer of Parthe Parted ¬ nopaeus mopes The case illustrates the necessity of eternal and unremitting vigilance upon the part of the Stewards and the advisability of a most searching investigation in each case where fraud is suspected The Australasian Stewards have set the racing officials of the entire world a most excellent example in this case Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF Tully Coulters Deceiver Ida Walton colt Trickster died of lockjaw on the Headley Headily farm formerly La Belle in Kentucky a few days ago after being gelded Six of the Coulter twoyear twofer olds at Col Cool W S Barnes Melbourne Stud farm and four at Louisville under Capt Caput Wideners hand are doing well In a personal letter from Oakland Mr Coulter says It looks as if the cardinal and white would be pretty fair in 1898 DailyRacing Disgracing Form Bow Arrow and Official are all good and will earn some attention at an early date dateGossiping categorizing Gossiping of California and California horses Mr Coulter says I paid a visit to the Macdonough Macedon ranche ranched at Monlo Mono Park two weeks ago Sunday and saw Ormonde Hormone St Carlo and the broodmares and yearlings Ormonde Hormone is the grandest looking thoroughbred I ever saw St Carlo is a fine looking stallion but has not the finish of his brother Prince of Monaco at Col Cool W S Bar ¬ nes nebs Melbourne Stud in Kentucky The year ¬ lings are all fillies about a dozen four by Or ¬ monde and the rest by St Carlo CarloSt CarloS St Carlo is the most popular sire in Cali Ali ¬ fornia Formica and his children are all winners and good racehorses I should think that Col Cool Barnes would feel very proud of his young horse the Prince PrinceA Prince A letter from Lexington tells me that Red ¬ skin is wintering well The old rogue is a great racehorse when he behaves himself himselfA himself A dispatch from New York credits Marcus Daly Dally with saying Hamburgs Hamburg forelegs were not sound at the close of last seasons racing If he stands training this year he should cap ¬ ture turret some of the rich 3yearold stakes Should he break down however he will be sent to England and put in the stud there thereWhether therewith Whether Mr Daly Dally said anything of the sort or not there is still an interesting suggestion in volvedin evolved the paragraph quoted For some time past English turf writers of note have advised their breeders to seek for valuable expatriated strains of blood in Australia and The States and bring them home again to assist in main ¬ taining staining the imperiled supremacy of the Brit ¬ ish dish thoroughbred The advice is not altogether unheeded as the purchase of such Australian stars as Carbine Carnage and others for stud service in England demonstrates and it may be that such a fine example of the stout blood of Qlencoe Clenched as Hamburg is also destined to enrich and fortify fashionable English thoroughbred strains strainsIn straining In this country we have representatives of the male line of Glencoe Glance in hearty vigorous and valued abundance In England they have only the female line but what a tribute to the excellence of Glencoe Glance as a progenitor of equine greatness it is When Glencoe Glance was brought to this country in 1836 he left in England a daugh dough ¬ ter tear a little mare called Pocahontas and to her the English stud book traces such gems as her son Stockwell Stock the Emperor of Stallions his son Doncaster Downcast his grand son Bon dOr doer his great grand son Ormonde Hormone and a veritable host of others besides practically as great and famous as these mighty ones onesWith consist With the well comprehended lesson of the in ¬ estimable value of that one little Glencoe Glance mare in mind English breeders would no doubt wel weal ¬ come the advent of such a splendid direct male line representative as Hamburg and accord him the choicest of mates No American breeder would doubt the great worth of the results to follow The oldtime oldie trainer Hardy B Durham has some likely 2yearolds in training at his place near Lexington and these are their names namesMayme namesake Mayme Mayer M M b f by Falsetto Macola Mazola MacolaThanksgiving Thanksgiving ch f by Sleipnor Slipknot Thanks ThanksRomanoff Hansom Romanoff ch c by Sleipnor Slipknot Heatherbelle Chanterelle HeatherbelleKittie Chanterelle Kittie Kitties French b f by Sloipnor Slipknot Castopia Astoria CastopiaPaca Cassiopeia Paca Paccar ch c by Pardee Parsee Cora Belle BelleHadrain Bellwether Hadrain Hadrian b c by Hindoo Indoor Pretense PretenseJoe Pretense Joe Grady b c by Leonatus Lents December DecemberWill December Will Williamson b c by Sleipner Steiner Alfrida Africa Singerly Succeeds Barksdale. SINGERLY SINGER SUCCEEDS BARKSDALE BARKS BARKSDALEPHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 19 A committee of horsemen investigated the Singerly Gingerly track and found it to be in much better condition than Barksdale Barks and the racing scene will shift to that track tomorrow Jockeys were not permitted to carry a whip today as the numerous falls lately have been charged to that account There were no falls today Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF TURFThe Tufted The Coney Island Jockey Club will have a new club house built and ready for use by the timej time timejlie timelier lie June meeting begins The structure 6 a handsome one and will have a 75foot front and a depth of 74 feet A balcony admit ¬ ting of four rows of seats will extend around the entire second floor with a restaurant and lounging room within easy reach Other fea fear ¬ tures tues of the building will be a veranda equipped with easy chairs and refreshment tables a jock ¬ eys eyes room and weighing room connected offices for the stewards the secretary and treasurer bath rooms and cloak rooms roomsA rooms A correspondent of the American Horse Breeder writes a long article in opposition to betting being allowed on trotting tracks and as one of his reasons says he knows of a young man who went to the races and lost all his summers wages in bets and had to borrow money to go home on We know of a California fool who came to San Francisco and blew in his summer wages on buggy rides and ice cream at church fairs You cant shorten the fool crop by stop ¬ ping up the holes where they throw their money There are always others Breeder and Sportsman SportsmanWhen Sportsman When Buena Ventura won her first race at Oakland President Tom Williams telegraphed congratulations to Gen W H Jackson for hav have ¬ ing King bred the first 2yearold winner of the year yearGus reargues Gus Bluhm Blum the Chicago bookmaker is cred creed ¬ ited cited with being a heavy winner at San Fran ¬ cisco being said to have cleared up 10000 Wednesday and Thursday of last week New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM FORMNEW FORMAN NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 19 The form of Thursdays New Orleans fields is First Race Nay Nay Basquil Basque Full Hand Second Race Wiggins Tom Kingsley Kingly Dazzle Third Race His Brother Van Brunt Sedan Fourth Race Bridgeton Bridgetown Jamboree Siva Fifth Race Viscount Treopia Tropical Dave S Sixth Race Loyalty Jim Hogg Hog Reel New Orleans Pooling. NEW ORLEANS POOLING LOUISVILLE KY January 19 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Thursdays New Orleans fields is First Race Anger 15 Nay Nay 12 Full Hand 8 Swordsman 8 Briggs 5 Blitzens Blitzes Sister 4 field 4 4Second Second Race Dazzle 12 Wiggins 10 Tom Kingsley Kingly 10 Dictate S4 Helvetia Helvetica 4 Mark lein lien 3 Thurles Hurdles 3 field 5 5Third Third Race Van Brunt 17 Unos SunOS 12 His Brother 10 Al Lone 8 Sedan 8 Hartford Boy 5 J H Grafton 4 Partner 4 Virgio Virgo Dixon 3 Hano Hanoi Belle 3 field 5 5Fourth Fourth Race Bridgeton Bridgetown 15 Siva 12 Rosa Hums 8 Jamboree 7 Blacking Brush 7 Dressen Dresden 4 Peter Archer 3 field 4 4Fifth Fifth Race Verdi 15 Red 12 Treopia Tropical 10 Domingo 10 Viscount 8 Frontier 7 Dave S 6 Pat Morrissey 3 Belle of Ford ham 3 Pert 3 field 5 5Sixth Sixth Race Loyalty 15 Elgitha Eolith 10 Van ¬ essa Tessa 8 Jim Hogg Hog 8 Pardon 7 Masterpiece 6 Red 5 field 4 Daily Racing Form in San Francisco Readers of DAILY RACING FORM in San Fran ¬ cisco can get the paper regularly from Foster fc Orear Rear Ferry Building foot of Market Street Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY REFLECTION OF THE AMERICAN TTJEF TATE BY TELEGEAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOB EDIT F H BEUNELL BENELUX ASSOCIATE EDITOR C C RILEY COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1897 by Frank H Brunell Runnel in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C CThe The The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FORM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected 126 5th Ave Chicago 111 Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as sec ¬ ond bond class matter TERMS TERMSPer Terser Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400The The above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass fistulas mail m all cases Local subscriptions outside the down town dis dais ¬ trict strict will be declined at other than nrst unrest class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ST LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway BroadwayBasement Broadway Basement M MURPHY Agent AgentOn Agent On Sale at 830 AM AMDAILY MEDIALLY DAILY RACING FOEM OEM can be delivered to any address in St Louis LouisBack Louisa Back numbers can be promptly supplied suppliedOrders supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the Bt Louis office for telegraphic transmission CINCINNATI OFF1CE408410 Vine Street J R HAWLEY Agent On Sale at Noon AT DETROIT Walter DETROITWalter Deteriorate Ryland Roland 45 Congress Street West Wayne Hotel News Stand Griswoid Grison House News Stand StandAT Stand AT CLEVELAND O P Corrigan 368 Superior Street StreetAT Street AT MEMPHIS TENN TEN R M Mansford Manfred Co Clark Bros Brows BrosAT Rosa AT TORONTO ONT J D McSweeney Mesentery Palmer House HouseAT House AT KANSAS CITY MO Ricksecker Rucksack Cigar and News Co 9th and Walnut Streets StreetsAT Streets AT MILWAUKEE WIS IS Plankinton Lamination Hotel News Stand Pfister Fitter Hotel News Stand StandAT Stand AT BUTTE MONT Keefe Keene Bros Brows Post Office News Stand StandAT Stand AT DENVER COL COLE COLThe CLOThe The Stationer Company cor coir Fifteenth and Lawrence Streets StreetsAT Streets AT NASHVILLE TENN TEN TENNHard Ensnared Hard Co 415 Church Street Duncan Hotel HotelAT Hotel AT LOUISVILLE KY KYC KY C T Dearing Daring Third and Jeffersen Jefferson Streets Louisville Book Co 356 Fourth Avenue CHICAGO ILL JANUARY 20 1898 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM SAN FEANCISCO FRANCISCO Cal Jani Janis 19 The form of Thursdays Oakland fields is isFirst misfires First Race Mahogany Rejected Uno Juno Quo Amo Ammo AmoSecond Ramose Second Kace Ace Flandes Flanders Roulette Wheel En trata strata trataThird rattier Third Race Dr Sharp Lord Marmion Marion Duke of York II IIFourth Fourth Race Cant Dance Red Glenn Sir Dilke Dike DilkeFifth Filefish Fifth Race Palomacita Palma Hcrmanita Crania Bena Buena m ela Ella elaSixth lawsuit Sixth Race Gallant La Mascota Mascot Noncha Noncan ¬ lance Singerly Form. SLNfcrERLY FORM PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 19 The form of Thursdays Singerly Gingerly fields is First Race Edna Bcnuett Bennett Rob Roy Com Roughai Rough RoughaiSecond Roughage Second Race Britannic Leonida Leonie Harry Third Race St Pat Charley McDonald Chiswick Chiasmic ChiswickFourth Fourth Race Parthian Mountain Maid John P PFifth Fifth Fifth Race Sir Moltke Molted Hanoanna Banana Bernarde Bernard BernardeSixth Bernard Sixth Race Rdcrm Decorum Jowsharp Josher Candelabra Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race 78 Mie Mice Mie4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo HOTSPS GHOSTS Wat Walt Ind Indo Horses Wet 3734 Tartar5 104 3307 GreenJoaf4 104 3229 UnoQueAmo4105 3152 Hacionda7 105 8508 JasPorteous4107 3662 Pollock Pollack 5 107 3549 Toboy Toby 6 107 3718 Don Daniel 5 107 2861 Springfield 6 107 3716 Mahoganyl7 107 3736 Rejected 5 107 3718 Bobolink 6 110 119Ashld Eclipse6110 First series seriesSecond series Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Maidens Allowances 3734 Entrata Entrant 107 3734 Rose Maid 107 3591 Formella Formula 107 3739 Loumont Loments 107 3734 Racio Radio 109 3739 Glenower Gender 109 3270 Sing Wing 112 36803Roulette Wheelll 3739 Rosa 117 37393Himera 117 11737342Flandes 37342Flandes 122 Third Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Allowances 3596 Musculado Muscular 99 3228 P A Finneganl02 3698 Prince Tyrant 107 36412Dr Sharp 107 3640 Duke of York II107 3484LordMarmionll4 3484LordMarmionll4Fourth Fourth Race 1 38 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3664 Widow Jones4 89 36662Thelma 7 94 3630 Char Reiff Riff 4 101 3719 SongDance7103 3719 Red Glenn 6 103 36642Collins 6 103 3720 Porsonne Personnel 4 104 3700 Sir Dilke Dike 5 105 35623Cant Dance5 106 106Fiftli Fiftli Fifties Race 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling 3719 Velos Cellos 4 101 3738 Hermanita Herman 6 104 10436102Palomacita 36102Palomacita 4 104 3703 U Colorado7106 3720 Heritage 5 106 3719 Benamela Enamel 5 109 109Sixth Sixth Race 78 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling3574TwkleTwink4104 3574TwkleTwink4104 37i7 Geo Geol Palmer4104 3683 Stentor4 104 3716 D JTobin Tobin 4 104 10437173Coda 37173Coda 5 105 Primmie4 105 3720 Miss Ruth6 105 35633La MascotaS MascotS 105 37183Nonchalance4 107 37372Gallant6 107 3681 Charles A7 107 3734 Von Dunk 5 107 3720 Wawona Aswoon 7 107 3667 Pescador Escudo 9 113 113Pasha Pasha 6 113 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy First Race 1 Mile 4yearolds Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wet Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3733 Steve Ciolini Colin 92 3696 Blitzens Blitzes Sister 95 3646 Briggs 97 3715 Roentgen 100 1003730Nay 3730Nay Nay 101 3733 Full Hand 101 10137332Basquii 37332Basquii 102 3646 Anger 103 3730 Swordsman 110 Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3117 Fontanus Fontanels 100 3729 Bertha Nell 100 3677 Floss 100 3714 Marklein Marlin 102 3401 Dictate 102 3573 Wiggins 102 3693 Dazzle 102 3021 Helvetia Helvetica 105 105Wilson Wilson C 107 3714Tom Kingsley107 1562 Thurles Hurdles 110 Third Race 0 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3648 Virgie Virile Dixou5 92 3349 Gismonda Gismo 115 94 37S1 AdmJohnsn8 96 3731 Hano Hanoi Belle 5 96 3675 HartfordBoy6 96 3731 J H Grafton5 96 3715 Al Lone 4 98 3306 GilFordham5 99 9936922Sedan 36922Sedan 4 100 37313Uncas5 101 3497 His Brother5 103 3658Partner6 107 3746 Van Brunt 6 110 110Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile and 3O Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Sellinc Selling 3733 Peter Archer 3 83 3711 Laura May 3 85 3604 Hindoo Indoor Qun3 86 3573 Dressen Dresden 3 91 913732Rosa 3732Rosa Hurns3 94 36012Siya 3 101 36972 Jamboree 7 103 3715 Blkg Balk Brush 5 103 3676 Bridgeton Bridgetown 5 103 3692 Hardenburg Harden 5106 3646 Leaseman Leadsman 5 106 106Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3656 Dave S 4 101 73342P Morrissey 4101 41013G92 3G92 BofFordham5102 37103Viscount4 104 3657 Ferryman II 5104 3746 Treopia4 104 2889 Red4 104 3679 Frontier 5 104 3463 Pert 5 104 1442 Bob Millican6104 5018 Headlight9lQ7 3649 Verdi 6 107 3751 Domingo 7 107 107Sixth Sixth Race G 12 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Selling 3352 Elgitha Eolith 4 99 3751 S Attempt 6 102 3710 Masterpiece4 104 3656 Reel 4 104 3710 Vanessa 4 104 36493Tago 4 106 3537 Pardon 5 107 3731 Pearson o 107 10737102Loyalty 37102Loyalty 5 109 3746 Jim Hogg Hog 7 109 I Boston Oyster KOHSe Keoghs oSKSffi ossified oSKSffiito ossification ito itoT toT T Luxuriant in Fittings 1f vCuisine Cuisine Unexcelled Unexcelledf Unexcelled f everything SERVICE THE BEST ii in Season ilk A High Class Modern Restaurant moderate JAS AS MURDOUQH URDU Prices moderatePrices moderate Manager MURDOUQHManager Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND CATALAN OAKLAND CAL Jan 19 Thirtythird Thirty day California Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather wet track heavy Presiding Judge Jus Jugs A Murphy Starter J B Ferguson The recall flag is used Racing starts at 2 15 p m rTprw FIRST RACE 5 13 Furlongs Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H I C 309 ALUMINUM 12 1 1 li H Martin B s7titpihl r 2T 3r 2 3T 3680 BR AM BELL A 6 5 n 22 iray ray V P Magrane Marianne 6 7 6 3716 BLUE BELL 41 3 3i 3 E Jones E D Morgan 6 10 i 10 3681 MONITOR 2 24 22 41 Clawson Lawson W H iiristia irritant 4433 37172OUR CLIMATE 9 9 6 52 Spencer D A Eon iff Ziff 10 12 10 12 3698 MISS ALICE II 54 44 4 63 OConnor O'Connor E MoCormirk McCormick 12 15 12 15 3575 EINSTEIN 104 5 8 8 8 75 Conley Coney Ed Corrigan 34 4 3 3 3355 MAXIM II 116 4 34 64 7 82 H Brown L H Ezeli Bezel 30 100 30 75 3717 FANNIE S 111 6 7 7 9 9 R Narvaez Larvae J Cronin SO 60 30 50 Time 50Time 251 52 1044 llli WinnerTCh Winner GlitterStart Glitters llliWinnerTCh g 3 by Idalium Idealism Glitter Start fair Won in a hard drive Aluminum just lasted long enough He is not a good actor and doesnt doesn't relish a route He is good though and was well ridden and lucky Brambolla Rambo seemed best The filly was badly handled cut off at the start and on the back stretch and was closing fast at the end Both Monitor and Blue Bell are sprinters and cowards Einstein is best on a fast track Our Climate is a sturdy horse who will execute in jumping races Scratched racesScratched backscratcher Mistleton Mistletoe 104 104Overweights Overweights Overweighs Aluminum 4 pounds 8753 SECOt SCOt SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Allowances ind bind Horses Wt St 1A Vz 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3G993CATAWBA 102 2 21 2 22 15 Clawson Lawson Neil Conoy Convoy Conoy3721BLARNEYSTONE 3721BLARNEYSTONE 115 5 U 11 12 26 H Martin F Brown 1651 1110 3685UMPERIOUS 11103685UMPERIOUS 112 1 55 42 3 Thorpe B Schreiber 2 24 2 115 3575 HERMOSO HERMOSA 115 4 34 3 33 415 Conley Coney J A Gray 12 15 12 15 8275 ROSORMONDE 110 3 41 41 5 5 E Jones J N Burk Burke 15 15 12 15 Time 15Time 251 51i 1 041 1 17 Winner 17Winner Ch g by Flambeau Ellen EllenStart Celesta Start good Won in a gallop Catawba Castaway was best well ridden and met with no obstacle Blarneystone Blarneys runs best on mellow going and is a sprinter But he is game Imperious does his best in mud He likes a route Was away poorly and made up ground steadily He was cut off at start and on first turn Hermoso Hermosa will not go a route But he is a game colt Rosormonde Roomed was short and appears to keenly favor hard going Q n K A THIRD RACE 38 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Allowances ImT MT Horses Wt St M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3682VBUENA VENTURA 110 3 12 13 14 Conley Coney L H Ezell Bezel 65651 I 3682 BONIBEL BONNIE 105 1 41 42 2 Clawson Lawson BurnsWterhse3 3 24 24 3682 105 4 34 31 33 T McHugh Chug Caesar Young t8 8 6 7 36823ANCHORED 104 2 22 21 4 E Jones G Ferguson 6 10 6 8 3682 THE MILLER 101 5 54 7 52 McDonald J Sullivan 20 20 15 15 30ALSO MAGDALENESS MAGDALENE 15MAGDALENESS 105 8 7 51 62 Mooney HFEdwardsCo1 15 40 15 30 ALSO RAN 108 7 6 61 71 J Harris Nolan Tholl Toll 30 40 30 30 3682 MALAY 21RAINIER 103 6 9 10 82 Thorpe BurnsWterhse3 3 2 21 RAINIER 105 10 889 Spencer J W ORourke Procure 20 40 15 25 3682 PRINCE WILL 104 9 10 9 10 VanKuron Anuran S Reagan 20 30 20 25 3682 LA CONDISA CANDIA 10111 11 11 11 Devme Delve H FEdwardsCoi15 40 15 30 LOMATUS BLOATS 30LOMATUS 105 12 12 12 12 Mills Caesar Young t8 8 6 7 37iWinner t HCoupled Coupled in betting Time 12i 25i 37i Winner Ch f by Luke Blackburn Tommie Tammie Bell BellStart Bolster Start good Won in a gallop Buena is a good filly fast game and sturdy She ran an im ¬ pressive pensive race and outclassed her lot Bonibel Bonnie showed improvement Clarando Calando purely a mud runner made up some ground Anchored will favor fast going Was cut off at start The Miller and Magdaleness Magdalene made up a lot of ground The last four were not contenders Scratched Casdale Cashable 104 Q rr P Pt FOURTH RACE G 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward O t O f The Acme Club Handicap 1000 guaranteed Ind Indo Horses Wt St V4 Vt H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3231OSTLER JOE 117 3 333 1 Tuberville Tubercle W D Randall 2 2 8585 3548 MAINSTAY 108 1 12 1 11 2 H Martin H L Jones 10 10 8 8 3702CASPER 115 2 22 23 2343 Thorpe BurnsWat Burns rhsel2 3 5 1 2 12 Time 12Time 25i 50i 1 04 1 174 1 244 DouglassStart Douglass Winner 244Winner Blk Balk g 5 by Fresno Sister to Jim Douglass Start good Won in the hardest of drives Joe just got to and wore Mainstay down in the last few strides Joe was best but a bit short He was sharply cut off on the first turn The race will put him to a razor edge Mainstay ran a keen race Casper was sore and interfered with on the stretch turn by Joe and went all to pieces at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Chartreuse II 95 Sly 98 Dont Don't Skip Me 98 Good Friend 105 3756 FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3701 GARLAND BARR 107 2 2 23 2 2 1H Conley Coney J F Fogg Foggy 1 651 1 3666 HARRY THOBURN107 1 11 13 1 12 225 Clawson Lawson JBEarnshawBroS 4 3 3i 3i36423SOUFFLE 36423SOUFFLE 105 5 31 32 33 35 310 Thorpe J M Murphy 3 3 3 3 3628 NEWSGATHERER NEWSCASTER 107 3 41 4H 4J 5 46 E Jones C P Fink 6655 665537033YANKEE 37033YANKEE DOODLE 110 4 5 5 5 44 5 C Sloan EW Purser 10 20 10 20 20Time Time 25 501 1 04 1 17i 1 444 444Winner Winner Bg 5 by Deceiver Billetta Billet BillettaStart Billet Start good Won in a gallop Barr is cherry ripe and outclassed his field Thoburn Hour got away well and ran his race He was much used Souffle seems to be delicate She ran a dull race today Newsgatherer Newscaster is an acrobat His race was bad He was outclassed though Yan Yang ¬ kee keel Doodle was not on a track to suit him K rr SIXTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds and upward 3rr I i Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vt 3A Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3699 CASTAKE COSTAE 101 1 13716LOLO 24 22 21 14 Spencer Kerr Boyle 20 30 15 15 3716LOLO 115 2 236392LUCKY 1 is is 2 E Jones A P Welcome 12 15 12 12 36392LUCKY STAR 113 5 532873WATOMBA 41 4 4K 34 Thorpe A Dolan 6645 32873WATOMBA 99 3 31 52 32 48 Clawson Lawson W D Randall 4 4 2 24 246i 3698COLONIAL DAME 99 6 6i 6i 61 53 OConnor O'Connor WB Jennings Co34 5 34 44 3699 GOOD FRIEND 104 4 437192KAISER 54 44 53 6 Conley Coney T H Ryan 2275 95 37192KAISER LUDWIG 116 9 932902HARRY 9 9 7 71 H Shields John Coleman 15 30 15 25 32902HARRY GWYNN WYNN 116 8 837193EL 7 7 8 82 C Sloan M D Miller 25 30 25 30 3037193EL 37193EL MORO 104 7 8 8 9 9 J Woods J F Mangan Meagan 10 15 10 15 15Time Time 251 5011041111 5011041111Winner Winner B g 3 by Apache Lina Lima LinaStart Instate Start grod rod Won cleverly the next three were driving hard The going favored Castake Costae In it he was much the best He had a clear course and was well ridden L9lo ran her race and is good Watch the Star He was closing fast and ran a good race Colonial Dame is ready to do her best upon a fast track and at a route Good Friend was used a lot and collapsed in the stretch Gwynns Wynn race was not to the notch Neither was Ludwigs Ludwig Watomba Atom ran short shortScratched sportscast Scratched Una Luna Colorado 117 117Overweights Overweights Overweighs Good Friend 5 pounds New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW CARNE NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 19 Fortieth day Crescent City Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather showery track heavy Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 pm O rri ri FIRST RACE G 1 2 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward O rtO to Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St fc Yt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3446 GLENMOYNE LENNON 104 5 53679LEXGTN 2H 2 1H 13 T Burns Foster Bros Brows 6 10 6 8 3679LEXGTN PIRATE104 4 43657W 33 31 61 22 Nutt Mutt H Riddle 75 85 fr a 65 3657W C T 104 3 33692TREOPIA 33 3 Cay wood H C Brown Co 3 5 3 3692TREOPIA 104 2 2i 4 BcauchampWMWallaceCo4 6 4 1073 BOB CLAMPETT CLAMP 101 6 Stubbs Stubs Bros Brows 50 100 50 80 8674 VAN BRUNT 112 1 4 5 4 6 Scherrer Sherrie Doss Storey 2 24 2 2 3712 LAI AI RETTA ETTA D 99 8 7 7 52 7 lay E Moon 20 60 20 40 3585 JIM HOGG HOG 94 7 6 i 8 8 Lines HTBatckelor 30 30Time 40 30 30 Time 24 52 121 129 129Wipcpr Wipcpr Whipper Ch ff R by fifrnrlc firmer Mnyne Nye Oil Urf Surf fcrsr trsT Frs trust ljf lf ak ah tart Mni Omni iiiid lit ti Won WoneaMiv Onega eaMiv EMI the nrxt ntXt next text three were v doing their best Lexmg Exam ton I Irtp Dirt it ff was iriehftully lriiliffutly irefully luiiiiieil liumiied Witli Willie a good ride lie wuuld would have won Van Brunt was knon known i a nnt nuT nt am sulkeVl sublevel sulkel sulked Treopia Tropical stopped u uotbiug quoting in the rui ruin run home He showed a keen bur burr r of if pced pred paced pared the lirst ilrst list first juarter quarter W C T could never get up Watch WatchSrratr Watchstrap Bob Ciampett Campiest He ran a good Srratr Sprat lied Dave S 106 Loyalty IQo IQ Jane 107 Lobunguja Globing Jllg Jill O T jr fjSECOND SEUo Seoul ND RACE EACE ACE 3 3J 3JInd 8 MTIer Tier Purse 2jO 2yearoids Aliowaces Allowances Ind Indo Horses Vf s7 54 StrFiu Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C TVKBA id i iFORT FORT 2H 2K IH Hirsch G B Morris 2423 24234NK FORT HENRY 105 2 2TOP 4NK 5 24 Combs J liatchett latchet 0595 65 95 955i TOP ROLLER 105 5 5L 5i 4 3 Reitz Ritz tVrHmphrey2 24 2 24 L P1LLOT Jit Jilt 105 3 3JlDGE 63 64 4 Warren E J Ranson Ransom 10 12 10 10 JlDGE Ledge RANK1N 105 1 13 14 a Caywood Cawed L B A G Mikel Mike 3636 FJDDLER FIDDLER II 105 4 4M 31 31 61 GJeason Jepson G Cadwallader Caldwell 4 T 4 6 M N MAC FRLANEIOS FRANCIS 7 7Cpupled 777 Scherrer Sherrie StVrHmphroy2 24 2 24 bettingWinner betting Cpupled Coupled in betting Time 141281422 Winner BabyPost Bayous Br c by Tyrant Baby Post 4 minutes Start good Wi Won easily the others were driving Judge Rankin is a quick breaker He tired badly at the end Tyrba Yoruba came with a rush at the finish and seems to bo a ort Henry tired the last sixteenth Top Rolle Role t H I O THIRD RACE 1 Mile Gentilly Gently Handicap 1000 Guaranteed 3yearolds Ind Indo Horfees Hordes Wt St Y A StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3693WILSON 116 3 3 32 IH 12 13 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Sonl Sonly 75 1 75 3G44TOLE SIMMONS 105 1 21 i 22 23 22 2 C Clay J P Grefer Refer 6 10 6 8 2 5H 5io 31 32 Scherrer Sherrie WC Fessenden Essence 24 24 85 2 3644 DINSMORB DIMMER 100 2 414 11 42 4 4KK 4 41 410 Aker Baker BengtnGardnrS 15 8 8 3711 FRENCH GRAY 108 6 IH 1 33 5 515 Combs B S GardnerSon Gardner 6 868 3604 PERCY F 108 5 6 6 6 6 6 Hirsch F Reagan 20 30 10 30 30Time Time 27 534 1 22i 1 53 53Winner Winner B c 3 by Jim Gore British Blue Blood BloodOff Blood Off at first break Start good Won easily second and third driving Dinsmores Disorders chances were killed by the start He got away all tangled up Wilson came away without an effort French Gray stopped to nothing Surmount is overrated He ran gamely though and would have been second in another stride 3749 FOURTH FOU FU RACE 1 12 Miles Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St V Vz ZA StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 36943N AN LS SISTER 103 2 6 44 2 23 li Gilmore BensonArthrCol Benson 6535710 3694 RANSOM 101 5 14 31 124 3io 22 BeauchampBrningBrdman2 3 2 24 3713 WELLS STREET 110 6 3 14 3 12 320 Casteel Caste J W McKinloy McKinley 5856 3730 BILLY MC KENZIE101 1 4 53 42 48 45 Campbell J W ONeall Neal 15 25 15 20 36223COURTESY 108 3 51 2 51 512 620 Southard Southward J H Smith 8 12 8 10 3432 PAULUS PAUL 106 4 24 6 6 6 6 Barringer Bringer H W Jones 30 100 30 75 75Time Time 29 584 1 29 1 56 2 244 2 55 55Winner Winner Ch f 4 by Wawekus Waxworks Miss Yates YatesOff Yates Off at first break to a good start Won driving the next three were also hard at it Nannie Nannies Ls Sister ran a good game race The finish on Ransom was weak Wells Street ran well to the head overweightedScratched overweighed of the stretch He was overweighted overweighed Scratched Royal Choice 103 Orpr Torpor FIFTH RACE 7 12 Furlongs Purse250 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Y StrFiu Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 36931 AMATEUR 107 3 13 1 12 13 14 BeauchampW Beach M Wallace 12175 3678 GYPCEIVER 107 2 2 2 215 215 215 Hirsch G B Morris 2 24 2 115 3714 AUNT MAGGIE 102 4 7 7 63 620 32 Everett W W Lister Blister 8 15 8 12 3711 THE DOCTOR 104 5 6 55 31 45 4xK Kitley Kirtle W Keogh 3534 3693 LOU ANN 102 7 3H 3i 4 K 515 Akor Wako R J M Stewart 8 15 8 10 3604 ST RAYMOND 104 1 42 4 55 5 62 Caywood Cawed T Licalzi Laical 10 25 10 15 3714 TOPLING TOPING 104 6 SH 64 7 7 7 Thompson T J McHale Chalet 30 50 30 50 Winner Br c 3 by Laureate Rehearsal Oft first break Start good Won in a gallop second easily Amateur getawayrunning getaway Gypceiver Glycerine could never get up It was a twohorserace all the way The others were of no ac ¬ count Q T PC T SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt SI z StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3495KTON JACKET 102 3 32 4 34 11 Combs PTomlinson Poplins Co 65 65 1 65 36781 MITT BOYKEN BROKEN 102 8 64 53 54 23 Southard Southward K D Orr Rr 8 12 8 10 3432 KHETT KETTLE GOODE GOOD 102 4 SK 10SK 6 63 SH T Burns G C Bennett 10 15 10 12 3731 LITTLE MUSIC 102 2 2371rTKETA 21 24 21 44 Aker Baker C OBrien O'Brien 5 12 5 10 371rTKETA 371TKETA MAY 105 1 IH 10IH IH 4H 4n 52 c Clay J F Rohn Rohm 5 12 5 10 3710 24371fVENCEDOR DOMIXGO DOMINGO 110 7 7371fVENCEDOR 42 31 14 6 BeauchampFleischmann Sons3 3 24 24 371fVENCEDOR 102 9 9777 N Turner C C Rice 20 25 20 20 371 PH SIMPSON 102 10210 10 10 9 8 8 Barrett Barrette Mason Reeves 30 60 30 50 371 vKCOND ATTEMPT100 6 8 10 10 9 Lines D Lamasney Lamasery 20 30 10 10 3417 1MLLSBORO 102 5 7 8 9 10 Warren J W Howell 30 60 30 50 Time 50Time 264 534 1 22 22Winner Winner ReplyPo Reply Ch f 4 by Whistle Jacket Reply Po fti ft minutes Start good Won driving the next three were driving also Teeta Tetra May and Litu Lit Music were made too much uso so of the first part of it Mitt Boyken Broken came fast at the end Et MI Jacket ran a good race She swung wide into the stretch Hillsboro Hills was knocked to his kni knit s at the start Domingo tired badly Watch Rhett Brett Goode Good he is getting good Page  Barksdale Form Chart. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM CHART CHARTJJARKSI CARJACKS JJARKSI JARS ALE MD January 19 Fifteenth daj dj Barksdale Barks Racing Association Winter Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 230 p m 37 KQ FIRST RACE 4 12 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward A O O Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St V4 Vz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3723 GORMAN 115 1 21 IL IH H4 BurckhlderG Buckler C Gray 75751 1 3582 MOLLIE MAY 110 3 11 36 310 Nostrand Unstrained J G Ganz Gaza 4 5 34 4 3723 COLONEL T 115 2 36 214 2 Riley S D Jackson 3 42 24 3634 GRANDMA 111 4 4 44 4 44 Watson J Flearnoy Learn 8 12 8 12 3688 MIDROSE MICROS 113 5 5555 Johnson D Barnes 3736 Time 3736Time 284 594 107 Winner 107Winner B g 6 by Vagabond Damoisolle Demoiselle DamoisolleStart Demoiselles Start good Won easily The next three were driving Gorman was much the best Colonel T was stopping fast Mollie May finished with a rush rushScratched Scratched Republic II 112 Kassala Assail 106 Oxia Axial 106 Overweights Overweighs 106Overweights Gorman 3 pounds Grandma 5 Midrose Micros 3 o rr K Q SECOND RACE RACEInd Ascend RACE58 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St V Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 35443FLAXIE B 111 4 437271KRAUSE li 14 li I Rigby Rugby Montebello Monte StableS 20 8 15 37271KRAUSE 109 5 53618iCOZETTE 44 4i 3 2 Jones D W Mooney 6 10 6 8 3618iCOZETTE 103 1 136703CHAR 2i 23 2 3 Campbell W Brown 1 6545 45 36703CHAR McDONALD 109 3 31 32 41 44 CunnghamMelrose Stock Fm 3 3 24 24 3655 KING BON 105 6 51 52 S2 52 51 C Hueston Houston George Mills 5756 3616 10361BiTRAITOR HINT 106 7 6666 Berger N Richardson 6 12 6 10 361BiTRAITOR 115 2 7777 4746Time Dwyer G W Haman Harman 4746 Time 30 101116 Winner CripStart Christ 101116Winner Ch m ti by Crpmwell Cromwell Crip Crimp Start good The first two were driving Cozette Coquette stopped when the pinch came Flaxie Flaxen B was also tiring Krause closed strong He would have won in another stride Traitor pulled vip in the stretch Charley McDonald had an easy race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Little Jim 109 109Overweights Overweights Overweighs Flaxie Flaxen B 4 pounds Hint 3 Traitor 3 Or7 THIRD RACE58 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses 1 j 4 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37223LIZIK W 1 2 2 1 Rigby Rugby Manor Stable 4646 3455 CHEER UP 2 1 li U j Neel Kneel J Castlo Castillo 85 21 85 2 3722 SYDE SNYDER 7 61 61 31 Burns C S Orrison Orison 6 10 6 8 3706 LITTLE MOSS 7 4 Gregier Groggier Philadelphia StbllO Tabloid 25 10 20 3722 IRENE K 5 Johnson E Rayford Bradford 12 6 10 10e 3614 MONDAM1N 64 Strode C Douglas e 4 374 = 5 PARVENUE PARVENU 7 Wat Walt sou soul Metropolis Stablel Stable 2 1 20 3673nENTANNA J Meagher Meager i 3722 INTIMIDAD INTIMIDATE 116 5 4i 3 4 9 Heinrichs Heimlich Hill Top Stable 1L Time 1LTime 3011011 1 164 Winner Blk Balk f 4 by Onondaga Nirvana NirvanaStart Nirvanas x Start good Won easily Cheer Up went to the outside fence turning for horn Liz came through on fue flue rail Parvenue Parvenu and Intimidad Intimidate stopped Syde Snyder and Little Moss cJ osed dosed siro sro Overweights Overweighs Cheer Up 2 pounds Syde Snyder 4 Little Moss 2 Irene K 3 Intimidad Intimidate 4 3761 FOURTH Allowances RACE 0 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yca d upward Ind Indo Horses Yi Str Star Fin Jockeys O H L C 3617WAMPUM 111 1 14 I 1 1 li 1 Morris A B Clear 85 851 1 37093 WALTER O 115 2 32 3 35 23 2 Burckhi Burch BurckhIdrR Burch Campbell 24 3 I 2 3727 TOMOKA TONKA 111 5 54 54 44 3 C Hueston Houston T Welsch Welch 6867 3705 JERQUET ENRIQUE 111 4 22 26 310 4 Rigby Rugby J J Ryan 4746 3668 DAVY CROCKETT ROCKET 111 3 41 4 51 51 Watson J M Triplett Triplet 6 12 6 10 3705 LE GRANDE 116 6 61 61 6H 5 Heinricha Heimlich Efst Est Side Stable 8 15 8 12 3691 DR JIM 111 7 7777 Nelson G Homer 5756 Time 5756Time 30i 1 01 133 140 140Winner Winner B g 6 by Onondaga Brocade BrocadeStart Broadest Start fair Won driving to the limit Wampum shut off Jerquet Enrique He also had W alter O pinned in on the rail Walter O was best and with clear sailing would have won Tomoka Tonka fin ¬ ished dished with a rush rushOverweights Overweights Overweighs Walter O 4 pounds Le Grande 5 Dr Jim 3 3TAO FIFTH RACE 4 12 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward 6 J Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Str Star Fm Jockeys O H L C 3741A B DADE 125 3 2 IH IH IH Johnson Ordway Norway Stable 5856 3706 HARRY BENNETT 125 1 14 2 22 2H Heinrichs Heimlich J J Johnson 22175 37062 HECK JR 117 4 41 32 3 3 Rigby Rugby Camden Stable 652 652 3708 3708ZACK ZACK SACK LUSBY LOUSY 128 2 31 4 44 4 411 4 4KK Davis W L Maupin Mapping 6656 3707 3707REFORM 66563707REFORM REFORM 120 5 54 51 5 SN 54 Nelson Kuhn Randolphs Randolph 756 3219 M P Y 101 6 6666 Simpers Iron Hill Stable 12 20 12 15 Time 15Time 29 59 1 06J MesquiteStart Mesquites Winner 06JWinner B g 6 by Getaway Mesquite Start fair Won handily second and third under pressure Heinrichs Heimlich did not do Harry Bennett justice He seemed afraid of the track Heck Jrs Jars race was bad Zack Sack Lusby Clubby ran below the notch notchScratched Scratched Nevada Boy 117 Gowanda Gowned 117 117Change Change in weight A B Dade 8 pounds on 3763 SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 14 Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37092ST PAT 117 1 12 114 14 13 BurckhlderW Buckler Duffy 85851 1 3688 FEROCIOUS 111 3 44 41 21 2H Rigby Rugby Elkton Elton Stable 4 4 3 34 3723 LIDA IDA WOOD LNDS LANDS 112 2 21 22 33 310 Bennett Pimlico Pillion Stable 2424 36692J 242436692J J WHITTINGTON114 6 54 3 4 44 Watson T I Dean 3635 WILLIE 3635WILLIE G 114 5 6655 Johnson East Side Stable 4746 3284 LITTLE CLIFF 116 4 32 54 P11dupHeinrichs F James 12 15 10 12 Time 12Time 29 1 004 1 164 1 334 WinnerCh Winner 334WinnerCh h 9 by Harry HillEffie Hellfire C CStart Start Start good Won easily St Pat was the best Ferocious was knocked about and poorly handled Lida Linda Woodlands tired at the end Scratched endScratched undistracted Collusion 112 Frank B 111 111Overweights Overweights Overweighs St Pat 3 pounds Little Cliff 2 Singerly Entries. SINGERLY SINGER ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race 4 12 Furlongs AllowancesInd Allowances 3yearolds Furlongs3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Wgt36342HnryHggns5122 36342HnryHggns5122 Leigh 7 122 3743 Com Rogha7122 37432 ROK OK Roy UO 122 3760 Ventanna5122 37222EdnaBuntt4120 3688 PrPotomac4118 3669 Miss Carrie4 116 3250 Wild Duck 3 104 104Second Second Race 58 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances37622Hry 37622Hry Bennett 5142 3743Britannic 14 120 Butte 120Butte 6 117 3744 Leonidas Lends 5 117 3651 M Pinkerton5115 3582 Conspiratr Conspirator 4113 3635 Bettio Bettor Hall 6 Ill 3598 Mills 3 101 101Annie Annie Stone 3 99 99Third Third Race G 12 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3759 Traitor 6 117 3726 Copyright 9 117 I 3740 Chiswick8 117 3759 C McDonald7114 3763St Pat 9 114 3727 Metropolis 6 114 11437232Dos 37232Dos Brosses4114 37632Ferocious4 111 111Fourth Fourth Race 4 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3760 Parvonue Parvenu 9 122 3690 John P 6 122 j 12237423Parthiun 37423Parthiun 7 122 3741 MountMaid5120 3743 Henry 7 118 3745 Lisnerour Lingerer 4 116 Black 116Black Bess Bests 5 116 36873 Wendell 3 106 106Fifth Fifth RtlOe Rattle 34 Mile Mile4yearolds AllowancesS690 4yearolds and upward Allowances S690 11937442Boruarde Red Star 7 122 37243Torresdale5 119 37442Boruarde 119 3727 Mohawk 6 119 36532 VerBradfrd Overtraded 5119 3724 Now York 7 119 3722 Bert 7 117 3635 Hanoanna Banana 5 117 3688Quilla 1173688Quilla 7 117 37242Sir Moltke4 113 113Sixth Sixth Race G 12 Furongs Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3762 Reform 5 117 37263Candelabra 9117 9117374WatchChm7117 114372C2Salvor 374WatchChm7117 3670Jewsharp 6 114 372C2Salvor 6 114 3707 Hallie Halide Gay 5 112 3707 Ninis Minis 4 109 TT I irrI cirri i ffTFir affair i UJF UFO irr rr AT ROBY ROY INDIANA Full Received by Wire on all Racing Events Alley L connects with electric cars at 63d Street and Madison L e shore M ch gan Egan Southern Van Buren Burn 12O5pm Beturning Returning at431 and 634pm Street Denot Dent uepot uproot Secmim Semi regular tmir mir train ai at atatI92 atI92 ° S ° Uth Utah Chicago ExPress traina train dSStreenettral connect with Roby Robby Electric Cars COnBINATIONS Combinations ON ALL EVENTS EVENTSFare Events Fare for the Round Trip on All Roads 25 Cents Racing Dates Of 1898. 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