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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, January 23, 1898 Daily Racing Form. 0dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1898 drf1898012301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, January 23, 1898 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  The Illinois Racing Question. F. H. Brunell. THE ILLINOIS RACING QUESTION There arc measures before the representatives of the people of Illinois assembled in a body by special call which seek to legalize racing Out of hypocrisy and the false and specious notion of busy men who go to reform in itinerant and unhealthy ways racing has been degraded A speculative side issue of racing which has handled it in a sordid way has contributed to the fund of falsity This speculative barnacle has used a noble sport for mere gambling pur pour ¬ poses and getting into the newspaperic newspaper eye by gaudy methods has been pictured as representa represent ¬ tive tie Mere speculation is not healthy in a general way The racing crowd of speculators were bolder than the mercantile band bandA band A similar crew is on board every ship of public business The dry goods grocery railroad and Board of Trade industries cover just as furtive a band of operators as the turf The latter paraded their odds while the former disguised theirs Each band had the same shade and each as eagerly sought cheats The newspapers attracted by display and ease of gathering news turned toward the turf speculator and sensationally told of his opera ¬ tions ions The other fellows working in less public lines escaped through the tunnels of newspaper sloth In consequence socalled scaled public opinion careless and superficial because lazy and busy with the affairs of the individuals that created it marked turf speculation for its scape escape goat The creators of this opinion had to mark something to cover their own let us call it unpublicness unruliness Thats Hats hypocrisy There ¬ fore race track gambling socalled scaled was chosen for the action of the elastic law of the land The men who owned the race courses upon which horses ran failed to face the hypo ¬ critical foe as it should have been faced To avoid trouble and interference with a profitable business the race track owners elected to be branded as gamblers and in folly drifted to the bribing of politicians for the purpose of securing the right to enable them to do that which they had a natural right to do It cost the race track people huge sums The goods for which they paid were not delivered Clumsy legalism exposed the flaws in what alleged rights the race tracks owned Their owners were branded as criminals by the Illi Ill ¬ nois noirs courts They either retired or were driven out of business Chicago has had no racing of account since 1894 until last summer at Harlem That meeting was illegal The closing of Washington Park Hawthorne and Harlem has cost Chicago merchants 5OQp000 yearly since 1894 It has benefitedjftgv benefited York Cincin Cinching ¬ nati Nat St Louis Detroit anjrotliertowns by iust oust so much muchThe much The same ban against an mUustry musty that had no more right to be selected for the ban than a dozen others of considered worth cost the horse breeders of Illinois as much almost as it cost the merchants of Chicago It took from the broad industry Of American horse breeding four times as much more Horse prices were cut into four by reason of the Illinois racing clos clods The crusade against the sport was built on a false foundation Eacing Acing needed regulation not abolition Men have as much right to earn a profit by the rearing or the racing of a horse as by the sale of a pound of tea a peck of po ¬ tatoes tattoos or a yard of flannel So the courts will decide if stanchly staunchly and reasonably asked to so do The bookmaker is not the prop and pillar of the turf Neither is the track owner Many men race horses for what their horses can earn in prizes olfered offered for speed Many men operat operant dry goods grocery and drug stores for what they can get for their wares over and above the prices which they paid for them If racing men chose to go to the American courts in a systematic and high class way they could legitimize their trade and prove as Eur Euro opean open turfmen Turkmen have proven that racing is not a matter of gambling They have however chosen the shabby avenues of technicality and been branded in consequence This does not apply to the Jockey Club which has been able by the high class energy and character of its officials to regulate eastern racing of limited geographical lines in excellent fashion What American thoroughbred racing seems most to need is division and dominance There is too much ground for one two or three bodies to cover There should be a national organiza organza ¬ tion ion of course That means unity regulation and purity But local conditions apply too sharply for the rulers in San Francisco to oven aid in governing racing matters in New York The bookmaker has caused most of the troubles from which the western racing suffers He is too flambuOyant flambOyant and too competitive He leans toward poolroomism poolrooms too strongly also Who can blame him An active man in any business naturally chooses the most profitable corners of his industry as he discerns them The pool room game is one of mere percentage of profit There is indecent rivalry over it in every fertile field This rivalry was the chief cause of the present local sterility The old law which closed the race tracks is a tough pro ¬ position as to pool rooms turning back as it does to the criminal code The entire matter of American racing is one of mere regulation There is no chance on earth that Chicago people wiser than any other people about racing will not use their judgment and money to bear upon it They have as mucli nuclei right to so do as a man has to buy wheat cloth tea or sugar and wait for an ad ¬ vance or a fall in prices for profit or loss It is infinitely better to let a race track centralize such investments than to have handbooks so called of furtive methods operate in every cor coir ¬ ner near of the town as they are now doing doingThis dinghies This all leads to the main matter the racing measures before the Illinois Senate Senator Fitzpatricks Fitzpatrick and Eepresentative Representative Carmodys Armloads House measure The bills are identical They will add some 300000 to the States revenue are reasonable in structure will regulate racing in Chicago and the State of Illinois benefit its breeders and its merchants abolish the pool room evil and legalize a noble sport racing and a noble industry the breeding and im ¬ provement preferment of the American horse horseF horse F H BEUNELL BENELUX New Aspirants To Fame. NEW ASPIRANTS TO FAME Mr W M Singerly Gingerly has registered the follow ¬ ing King names for four of his 2yearolds Wilhelmina H b f by St Mark Flossie Flossier Fan ¬ ning Ming ningSlow Winslow Slow Time ch g by St Mark Fast Time Impatient b f by Masterlode Asteroid Vulpina Vulpine Lemoon Lemon br f by St Mark Edith Van VanTo Canto To his list of names claimed for 2yearolds recently George J Long makes the following additions Manuel b c by Bob Miles Espanita Espanola EspanitaTitus Spontaneities Titus ch c by Ban ChiefSunlight Chiefs ChiefSunlightThaisa Thaisa Thais b f by Pardee Parsee Countess CountessAmalfi Countess Amalfi Amelia ch f by Azra Ezra May O John Mackey Mickey manager of Ranclio Rancho del Paso takes the following names for a quartet of his 2yoarolds Chryseo Chrysler ch f by Golden Dawn Sister War ¬ wick The Saint b or br c by Midlothian Militia Ange Lange lique clique liqueStarboard Starboard br f by Watercress Oceanica Oceania Lavator Lavatory ch c by Salvator Salvatore Hot Springs For a batch of twentyone twenty 2yearolds Mr J B Haggin Haggling has selected these names namesSombre names Sombre Sombrero blk balk f by Midlothian Militia Miss Woodford Woodward WoodfordThe Woolworth The Mute b f by Tyrant Silence SilenceVinette Silence Vinette Vignette ch f by Sir Modred Molded Bedotte Besotted BedotteGuiliana Guiliana Gillian ch f by Tenny Teeny Guilia Gillian GuiliaTorrid Utilitarian Torrid ch f by Sir Modred Molded Tulare Tulane TulareVentora Ventora Ventura br c by Golden Garter Ventura Warble b f by Darebin Darwin Carolita Carolina CarolitaMossbrae Carolinians Mossbrae Mossback br c by Watercress Shasta ShastaIsCara Shasta IsCara Scarab ch f by Islington Wilmington Carissima Parisian Lovelette Novelette b f by Uncle Jess Amourette Amore AmouretteGrilse Grilse Grills b f by Islington Wilmington Eosa Rosa G GEeleased Eyeglasses Eeleased Elapsed b f by Darebin Darwin Eepressa Depress EepressaDaramba Daramba Arabia b f by Darebin Darwin Lambayeque Lambrequin LambayequeCerulea Cerulea Cerulean ch f by Golden Garter Blue Grass GrassCirclet Grassier Circlet b f by Golden Garter Easter EasterZepha Easter Zepha EPA ch f by Fitzjames Typhoon TyphoonBellane Typhoon Bellane Bellman b f by Tenny Teeny Bella Ella B BThe Bathe The Light ch f by Uncle Jess Barbary Maid MaidEuralia Madeira Euralia Neuralgia b f by Tyrant Maid Marian MarianVineyard Mauritanian Vineyard br by Frasno Fresno Jortuna Fortuna JortunaVita Fortuna Vita b f by Prestonpans Preston Vital Col Cool W S Barnes 2yearolds have been given names as follows followsFair follows Fair Fortune b f by Laureate Nihil Nichol NihilLady Nihility Lady of Venice blk balk or br f by Jim Gore Gondola GondolaThe Gondola The Lady in Blue b f by Himyar Shimmy British Blue Blood BloodPreliminary Preliminary blk balk f by Falsetto Flirtation FlirtationImperial Flirtation Imperial Duchess ch f by Teuton Teutonic Ferona Verona FeronaGadsden Ferromanganese Gadsden Gladden b g by Oneka Tonka Gadding GaddingJudge Gadding Judge Advocate br c by Wagner Ominous OminousKillcraft Ominous Killcraft Killer b g by Jim Gore Lady Scalper ScalperLancashire Scapegraces Lancashire ch g by Eolo Elmo Lawnette Layette LawnetteOf Layette Of these The Lady in Blue was credited late last fall with having worked faster than any yearling in Kentucky P J Miles has the following 2yearolds for the campaign of 1898 Exception br fby by Bersan Berman Katherine C La Ciosse Cosset b f by Bersan Berman Hattie L Exit b f by Patton Dosta Dost Except ch f by Deceiver Miss Gibson Abide b f by Deceiver Kittie Kitties H Motive b f by Aintree Sainte Quick Farrar Arrear Tuberville Tubercle have four 2yearolds that will no doubt soon be in action at Oakland and Ingleside Ingles They are as follows Complimentary b f by Apache My Badge BadgeAlice Adeline Alice Eix Ix ch f by Flambeau Gerhardine Geraldine GerhardineEacebud Eacebud Acerb b f by Eacine Racine Eosebud Rosebud EosebudCalvadare Calvadare Salvador blk balk c by Calvados Calando Virginia Dare If they show well in training Mr E O Pep ¬ per will campaign the following 2yearolds this year yearNancy yearn Nancy Seitz Seize b f by Kantaka Kanaka Debut DebutBlack Debut Black Venus blk balk f by Kantaka Kanaka Queenie Queenlier QueenieFlying Quantifying Flying Bird ch f by Kantaka Kanaka Fauvotte Favorite FauvotteFlorence Florence Darling ch f by Kantaka Kanaka Flor Floor ¬ ence fence D DSatin Satin Satin Slipper b f by Kingston Lady Stylites Stylists StylitesMiss Stylists Miss Gordon ch f by Porblaise Porcelains Ondina Odin OndinaDe Iodinate De Blaise Blains ch c by Perblaise Pearlier Devotee DevoteeBed Devotee Bed Wickes Wickets b c by Kantaka Kanaka or Perblaise Pearlier Genevievo Genevieve Ed Both ch c by Kantaka Kanaka Flirt FlirtBy Flirty By George ch g by St George Little Belle BelleKing Bellying King Barleyc Barley rn ch c by Kantaka Kanaka Nattot NATO NattotKentucky Kentucky Colonel b c by Kantaka Kanaka Noc Nock ¬ turne turned To Mr J S Wadsworths Adsorbs list of 2yealolds published last Monday the following are to be added addedLady addenda Lady Scarlet ch f Pirate of Penzance Penance Pap poose pose pooseScarlet poses Scarlet and Green ch f by Hanover Device DeviceBalzane Device Balzane Balance ch f by Hanover Ocean Wave WaveNever Avenge Never ch f by Candlemas Candelas Balaklava Balaclava Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF The first quotations for the English Derby are now published and half a dozen names are mentioned as being supported in a moderate way The Duke of Devonshires Devonshire Dieudonne Deadened by Amphion Lampion Mon Droit Adroit was made the favorite at 6 to 1 against Mr Wallace Johnsjtones Johnston Disraeli by Galopin Galloping Lady Yardley standing next in favor at 7 to 1 Dunlop by Ayrshire Yorkshire Fortuna was quoted at 100 to 6 Batt Batty by Sheen Vam Van ¬ pire spire at 100 to 6 Orzil Oriel by Ayrshire Yorkshire Merry Miser at 20 to 1 and St Maur Maura by Orme Ore St Mary at 33 to 1 The Derby which will be run May 25 this year is a more open event than for a number of years and should furnish a great contest contestIn contesting In the English Spring Handicaps American horses are entered as follows Lord W Bores fords Berzak Brake in the City and Suburban to be run April 30 and the Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee Stakes May 7 P Lorillards Lorillard Diakka Dakar and E Crokers Croakers Dobbins in the same events Mack Briggs in the Lincolnshire Handicap run March 22 James E Keenes Keeners St Cloud II and Voter in the Lincolnshire City and Suburban and Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee Stakes P Lorillards Lorillard Sandia Candia in the City and Suburban and Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee JubileeClawson Jubilee Clawson Lawson received quite a handsome New Years present yesterday from the Thompson brothers Clawson Lawson rode the firms LAlouette Aflutter to victory in last years Futurity and was well paid for his mount Yesterday he received a splendid Tiffany splitsecond splits watch to remind him of his ride San Francisco Examiner ExaminerHarry Examiner Harry Eeed Deed is wintering splendidly and will be used as a sprinter only this year Last year he was trained over a distance of ground and the process apparently dulled the edge of the fine speed he had before been noted for forThe forTe The stewards of the Jockey Club day before yesterday elected the following officers to serve for the ensuing year August Belmont chair ¬ man James E Keene vicechairman F K Sturgis secretary and treasurer treasurerL treasurer L S W P Thompson head the list of win ¬ nings Ming owners in the east last year with a total of 65035 LAlouette Aflutter contributing 42390 of the sum mainly through her capture of the Futu Fut ¬ rity ritzy rityFrench French Grays fore legs are so infirm that it is probable she will bo sent to Avondale to join the list of stud matrons there thereJohn thereon John Brannon Brandon has left Cincinnati for Nash ¬ ville vile where he is to enter the service of Gen W H Jackson of Belle Meade farm New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 22 The form of Mondays New Orleans fields is First Eace Peace Eton Jacket David Albert S SSecond Second Second Eace Peace Wilson Gilray Gila Tole Stole Simmons SimmonsThird Simmons Third Eace Peace Lake View Palaco Palace Basquil Basque Anger AngerFourth Dangerous Fourth Eace Peace Balkfiihe Blackfishes A B C Wells Street StreetFifth Streetlight Fifth Eace Peace Aunt Maggie Thurles Hurdles Nannie Nannies Davis f fSixth Sixth Sixth Eace Peace Bob Clampett Clamped Jolly Son Dom Singerly Form. SINGERLY SINGER FORM PHILADELPHIA PA Jan 22 The form o Mondays Singerly Gingerly fields is r rFirst First First Eace Peace Salvor Savor Mullaghmore Mullah St Pat PatSecond Pasco Second Eace Peace Hiddenite Hidden Harry C Sister Myra Myrna MyraThird Marathi Third Bace Brace Viola Albers Calibers Miss Carrie Equity EquityFourth Equity Fourth Eace Peace Leonidas Lends May Pinkorton Pinkerton Hanoanna Banana HanoannaFifth Fifth Eace Peace Lady Linden Verna Verona J Arian ArianSixth Arian Sixth Eace Peace William Penn Frank Hough Stockbridge Stockbroker Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY BEiTiEOTION Reiteration OF THE AMERICAN TURF BY TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOR F H BRUNELL BRUNEI 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 U UThe The The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FORM must not bo 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 The above rates are for single copies as sealed sealedletters sandblasters letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass fistulas mail in all cases itside inside the down town dis dais disned dined ned at other than first class mail matter rates I 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 FORM 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 Griswold Growled House News Stand StandAT Stand AT CLEVELAND O P Corrigan 368 Superior Street StreetAT Street AT HOT SPRINGS ARK ARKF ARK F C Boviug Bovid 418 Central Avenue AvenueAT Avenue AT BUFFALO N Y New Tifft Tiff House HouseAT House 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 BUTTE MONT Keefe Keene Bros Brows Post Office NewsIStand NewsStand NewsIStandAT Newsstand AT DENVER COL COLE The Stationer Company corJFifteenth confident and Lawrence Streets StreetsAT Streets AT NASHVILLE TENN TEN TENNHard Ensnared Hard Co 415 Church Street Duncan Hotel HotelAT Hotel AT NEW ORLEANS LA LAH LEAH H J Holle Hole 641 Commercial Place PlaceAT Placemat AT SAN FRANCISCO Foster Orear Rear Market Street Ferry News Stand CHICAGO ILL JANUARY 2324 18 Racing Dates Of 1898. RACING DATES OF 1898 Now Orleans La Jan 14 March 30 30San San Antonio Tex Jan 14 Feb 16 16Oakland Oakland Cal Jan 1422 1422San San Francisco Cal Ingleside Ingles Jan 24 Feb 5 5Oakland Oakland Cal Feb 7 19 19SanFrancisco SanFrancisco Cal Ingleside Ingles Feb 21 Mar 5 5Oakland Oakland Cal March 7 19 19San San Francisco al InglesideMarch25 April 2 2Little Little Rock Ark March 30 April 7 7Nashville Nashville Tenn Tenon April 1 9 9Oakland Oakland Cal April 4 16 16Memphis Memphis Tenn Tenon April 9 30 30Newport Newport Ky April 9 May 3 3Washington Washington D C Bonnings Banning April 11 23 23San San Francisco Cal Ingleside Ingles April 18 30 30Aqueduct Aqueduct L I N Y April 25 May 5 5Oakland Oakland Cal May 2 14 14Louisville Louisville Ky May 4 20 Westchester Esthete N Y May 7 26 Oakley Ankle O May 21 June 7 Gravesend Graves N Y May 28 June 16 Covington Coving Ky June 9 July 9 Sheepshead Shepherd Bay N Y YButte Butte June 18 July 4 Butte Mont July 2 Aug Au 6 6July Brighton Beach N Y July 6 Aug Au 9 Saratoga K Y July 28 Aug Au 27 Anaconda Mont Aug Au 11 Sept 10 Aqueduct L L N Y Aug Au 15 20 20Aug Sheepshead Shepherd Bay N Y Aug Au 23 Sept 10 Gravesend Graves N Y Sept 13 29 Westchester Esthete N Y Oct 1 22 22Oct Aqueduct L L N Y Oct 24 Nov 8 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather wet track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race G 13 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and Tipward Impaired Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wsrt West 3804 Vanessa 4 89 3803 BrotherFred4 91 913800Bof 3800Bof Fordhm592 3661Aquarella 4 102 3788Eton Jacket4106 34472JgeStdman6107 37883Lex Pirate 4 Ill 3746Gienmoyne 7111 71113647Albert 3647Albert S 6 114 37132David 6 119 1193768Treopia 3768Treopia 4 Ill IllSecond Millisecond Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3789 Sanger 101 37892 Dinsmore Inshore 103 1033801Tole 3801Tole Simmons 107 3477 Gilray Gila 107 1073765Wiggins 3765Wiggins 107 3748Wilson 116 116Tliird Tliird Laird Race 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling 3790 Jack Hayes4 98 3802 Anger4 102 3764 Full Hand 4 103 3801 Con Reagan 4 106 3793 Basquil4 108 37282L V Palaco4108 Palaco4108Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Handicap 3765 Floss 3 90 3605 RedDuchess4 90 9038053Swordsman4 38053Swordsman4 93 38013 Wells Street6 95 953694ABC5 3694ABC5 102 37882Balk Line 7104 71043790Bridgeton5104 3790Bridgeton5104 36472Tranby 5 107 3622 P Kitchen 5 100 100Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Maidens Allowances 3604 Hindoo Indoor Queen 100 3714 Jennie F 100 3801 Queen HortenselOO Shortens 3765 Thurles Hurdles 105 3714 Dr OBrien O'Brien 105 Clara H 107 37503 Aunt Maggie 107 37323Lida Stuart 107 10737143Nannie 37143Nannie Davis 107 3732 Moline 107 107Laplander Laplander 112 112Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3496 Jolly Son 4 99 3804 Bob White 4 99 3791 La Wanda 5 100 3793 Ethel Lee 4 100 37922Bob Clmpott5104 3804 GilFordham Guilford 5105 3751 Teeta Tetra May 7 105 3793LittleMusic4107 3768 Domingo 7 110 Singerly Entries. SINGERIYT SINCERITY ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow slowFirst loftiest First Race 78 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3780 Red Star 7 114 3797 Mullaghmre5114 Mullaghmre511438142St 38142St Pat 9 Ill 37793 John P 6 Ill 3815 Salver 6 Ill 3653 Fred Train 4 Ill 3814 Wampum 6 Ill 37782C McDonald7lll 3759 King Bon 4 108 3814 Sparkle 4 106 106Second Second Race 4 12 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3798 Hiddenite4110 37783Chiswick 8 110 3779 Parthian 7 107 3796 FredMunch5107 3457 Harry C 4 107 36863Sister Myra5105 3794 DorahLamar5105 3798 Irvanna Nirvana 6 106 3813 PrrieFlower5105 3817 Black Bess4 105 105Third Third Race 58 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3799 GeoWBailey6120 3776 Leigh8 117 3724 New York 7 117 3724 Rompg Romp Girl6115 3724 Equity 6 115 3633 Gold Spec 6 115 3542 Roxboro4 113 38162Miss Carrie4 111 3743 Ethel Farrell4lll 35833Viola Albers3 99 99Fourth Fourth Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances37583Colonel 37583Colonel T 5 110 3794 Legion 5 110 11037773Leonidas 37773Leonidas 5 107 3722 Telegram 5 107 3724Roebuck 4 107 3799 Irish Lass 5 105 3686 BessieAbbott5105 3777 MPinkerton Pinkerton 5105 3041 HighldFling5105 3780 Hanoanna Banana 5 105 Fifth Race 58 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances33962Fluellen 33962Fluellen 6 117 37272Balsam 4 117 3546 Arian5 117 3761 Dr Jim 4 113 3283 Ed Taylor4 113 37962Privateer 4 113 3780 Sir Moltke Molted 4 113 36892 Verna Verona J3 99 3650 Lady Linden 3 99 99Sixth Sixth Race 58 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3474 Wm Penn 6 117 3796 Jerquet Enrique 8 117 3545 Rossman Grossman 4 116 3814 Beloved 5 115 1153814Fr 3814Fr Hough 4 113 3817 Henry 8 113 1133723Stockbridge4113 3723Stockbridge4113 3777 Conspirator 4113 3614 Harry L 5 113 Cuba 4 Ill AUDISON ADDISON AND CLARK STREETS 7 Luxuriant in Fittings Cuisine Unexcelled ITS SERVICE THE BEST ii A High Class Modern Restaurant t moderate JAS AS MURDOUQH URDU PriCCtS Prickets moderatePriCCtS moderate Manager MURDOUQHManager Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND CATALAN OAKLAND CAL Jan 33 Thirtysixth Thirty day California Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather clear track fair and improving Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter J B Ferguson The recall flag is used Racing starts at 2 15 p m 3806 FIRST RACE34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C ZX Sg 107 1 lli13 Pencer Spencer H E Rowell Roswell 6867 22 I STE SE m YTANT TAINT 122 3 4 81 63 2 ° Sloan J s Stern 15 20 15 20 20o692 o692 IHAHUA NIHAU 10411 7 412 33 Clawson Lawson F Taylor 2 2t 8595 3009 153G112RAVELETTE EROICA ERICA 107 2 21 22 31 41 E Jones J N Burk Burke 20 20 15 15 3G112RAVELETTE 4i37343MORINGA 107 5 3 31 52 52 Holmes T H Boyle 3t 4i 3 4i 37343MORINGA 109 7 61 51 4 6H Devine Define T H Boyle 3i 4i 3 4i i Fr FrSI Farsi SI S 1221 ° n H 81 71 ThorP ° W Boots Son 4 5 4 4i El2 fINNEGAN faineance 112 8 10 10 11 81 McCarty McCarthy D Donathan Jonathan 50 60 40 60 3627 DR MARKS 119 4 oi 6 9 92 H Martin B Schreiber 12 12 10 12 JUS US f1183 107 9 9 9 10 100 McNichols Conchoids J S Gibson 30 60 30 50 3698 LA MAROMA AROMA 117 6 8 71 7i 11 Clayton E J Baldwin 10 12 8 8 3372 FALLEN PRCESS PRESS 107 Left at the post J Ryan J Cochran 15 30 15 25 15iWinner Cpupled Coupled 25Cpupled in betting Time 24 J 50 1 02i 1 15i Winner ArittaStart Ariettas B f by Emperor of Norfolk Aritta Arietta Start good Won easily second driving Abina Sabina ran her race and had a lot of luck She was well ridden Tyrant poorly ridden aud Maud unlucky was closing stoutly Chihuahua was best but hemmed in and shut off on all the turns Eroica Erotica ran her race Ravelettes Ravel race was not to the mark She is promising and closed strong Moringa Mooring was badly managed and made up a lot of ground shortScratched sportscast So did Mistleton Mistletoe whose forte is a route Finnegan Faineance was short Scratched Glenower Gender 107 Loumont Loments 102 Scintillate 102 Rosa 107 Milesio Miles 112 SECOND RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3716ZHTUEN1GEN 100 6 31 1 1 11 14 OConnor O'Connor Caesar Young 4646 3735TEOLORE 46463735TEOLORE 100 1 1 4 5 4 2 E Jones J N Burk Burke 4544 37573LUCKY 454437573LUCKY STAR 92 9 10 71 61 5 3 J Nichols A Dolan 4 4 3 3i 3717MAGNUS 3i3717MAGNUS 87 8 5i 3 32 31 41 Devine Define C Parker 8 15 6 7 3639 ROAD WARMER 105 4 2t 21 22 Z 5t Stevens J H Tarn 8 20 6 10 3783 LITTLE SINGER 90 11 9 9 9 8 61 J Woods R M Hennessy Hennas 12 20 12 ir 73863MAY R 100 7 7 10 11 9 71 McGinnis Machinist AW Small 20 30 20 25 3638 CAPT APT REES 105 12 12 11 10 12 82 Romero McAvoy Cavy Dale 30 40 30 30 3719 LI HUNG CHANG 90 2 8 13 13 13 91 J Harris H F Schneider 20 25 15 20 37752GALLANT 95 13 13 12 12 14 10 W Miller D A Hoiiig 3 10 3 8 3718 GO TO BED 98 5 61 51 41 61 111 Clawson Lawson AtkinLottridgeS 655 3716 D J TOBIN 92 15 14 14 14 11 122 Kiley Kelley D J Tobin 15 25 15 0 37723DUKE OF YORK II 102 10 11 8 8 7i 13 J Ward Mrs L Appleby Apple 30 50 30 40 37523BLUE 20WABERN BELL 101 34 61 710 14 Holmes E D Morgan 25 25 20 20 WABERN WEBER 102 14 15 15 15 15 15 Spencer J Mangan Meagan 25 SO 15 25 Time 25Time 25 51 103J 1161 129 WinnerBlk Winner 129WinnerBlk f 4 by Masetto Mastoid Gillian Start GillianStart Gillian good Won in a hard drive by three horses Koeuigen Knouting was lucky and well managed Her price was out of line Dolore Dolores may have been best She favors a route and finished strong after sharp interference on first turn and in back stretch Bad riding settled the Star Throw out his race Gallant is only worth consideration in the mud Watch May R Singer was cut off keenly at start and the first turn Roadwarmers Broadaxes on only a sprinter Magnus Magnums ran his race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Twinkle Twink Wink 90 Tenricka Kendrick 90 Paso Tempo 95 Ricardo 100 3808 THIRD RACE 3 13 Furlongs Purse 400 2yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners OH L C BANEWOR BRAINWORK 115 1 2i 12 Thorpe BurnsWterhse4 43 3i 3754 MAGDALENES MAGDALENE 105 3 4 2 Moonoy Moony HFEdwardsCo Headwords t30 30 15 15 37543CLARANDO 1537543CLARANDO 110 5 32 31 T McHugh Chug Caesar Young 6 8 6 8 3754 MALAY 108 7 5 41 Clawson Lawson BurnsWterhse4 4 3 3i 3754BUENA VENTURA 115 2 1 55 Conley Coney L H Ezell Bezel 1 65 45 l 3754 LA CONDISA CANDIA 105 6 6i 61 OConnor O'Connor HFEdwardsCo Headwords 30 30 15 15 3754 ALSO RAN 108 9 9 7 J Harris Nolan Thall Hall 30 60 30 50 3754 RAINIER 105 8 8 81 Spencer J W ORourke Procure 20 30 20 25 3682 RACINE MURPHY 105 10 10 91 McDonald P Mitchell 30 40 30 30 3754JLIMATUS 303754JLIMATUS 105 4 7 103 Miller Caesar Young 16 8 6 8 DISTANCE 118 11 11 11 E Jones T G Ferguson 15 20 15 0 Time 12 241 36i 43 bettingWinner betting Formerly Lomatus Pomatums f HCoupled Coupled in betting Winner Br f by Stromboli Thrombosis Guidon Guido GuidonStart Guido Start fair Won in a drive There was a drive for third place too Banewor Brainwork was the best and is a most promising filly She was the first Stromboli Thrombosis to race Magdalenes Magdalene is a good filly She inclines to a route and closed strong Was badly ridden Clarando Calando is but a sprinter and favors mud Was coming at end Malay is a fast track colt and will do his best on a fast course and mudderScratched undersurface over a distance Ventura was sore today She is probably less than sound and a mudder muddier Scratched Saintly 118 3809 F FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 3yearolds Shell Mound Handicap 1000 guaranteed Ind Indo Horses StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3611EDDIE JONES 116 3 1 1 INK INK 12 Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 13 25 1 3 25 37712FLANDES 100 1 3 3 3 3 2H E Jones P Mitchell Co 8 8 6 7 73753CATAWBA 3753CATAWBA 105 2 21 21 22 22 3 H Martin Neil Coney 3 3 3 3 Time 25i 51 1 03i 1 16fr 1 42t Winner 42tWinner B c by Morello Marcello Early Rose RoseStart Rosetta Start good Won in a gallop Jones outclassed his field Ho is a game colt So is Flandes Flanders who finished like a lion Hell go the route Catawba Castaway will not He quit all over in the final contention Scratched San Durango 95 Master Mariner 95 Q Q 1 f FIFTH RACE34 Mile 3yearolds and upward O O JL W The Berkeley Handicap 1000 Guaranteed Ind Indo Horses Wt St V4 y2 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37022COLONEL DAN 110 3 42 45 43 li Thorpe BurnsWaterhse4 5 4 4 43734STEP 3734STEP ABOUT 102 4 li li lii ii 21 Clawson Lawson W Fisher 2 2i 2 115 11537023RUBICON 37023RUBICON 140 5 555 32 Griffin H T Griffin 2i 2 2 2i 2i37552MAINSTAY 37552MAINSTAY 122 1 31 31 3H 4U H Martin H L Jones 5655 565534072BELLICOSO 34072BELLICOSO 125 2 2 2i 2 5 W Martin J N Burk Burke 4645 4645Time Time 24i 50 1 02i 1 15K 15KWinner Winner Ch c 3 by Salvator Salvatore Fleurette Ferreted FleuretteStart Ferreted Start good Won after a drive by three horses horsescapable horses capable of better things than this Hell go a route too Step ABSvfpis worth tabbing was com ¬ ing King at finish and ran above notch Rubicon was most unlucky is good and was closing at end Mainstay cannot go a route among his own Hes Hess a coward in a pinch So is Bellicose He seemed to run short He is a sprinter too tooScratchedKamsin ScratchedKamsin Scratched 114 May W 124 3811 SIXTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 3yoarolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3703OSRIC II 109 3 3 3i 31 3i li Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 2i 3 2t 3 3738 SLY 90V 6 5i 4n 41 4i 2 Clawson Lawson Lassen Larsen Stable 4433 443337533IMPERIOUS 37533IMPERIOUS 87 1 2 li 12 1H 33 J Wnods Nods B Schreiber 8866 886637833LOST 37833LOST GIRL 90 2 1H 2i 21 22 42 McNichols Conchoids E i McConnell 10 12 10 10 3592 MYTH 95 4 4 5i 5i 5i 52 Conley Coney Kittleman Skittle Bros Brows 2 3 2 2i 3685 MERCUTIO MERCATOR 108 5 62 6 6 6 i Spencer G H Peters 15 30 15 25 3639 SEA SPRAY 105 7 7 7 7 7 7 Gray P Siebenthaler Segmental 20 30 20 25 3775 PESCADOR ESCUDO 108 Left at the post McGinn McKinney F Dickey 20 30 20 25 25Time Time 25 50i 1 02i 1 15i 1 28 28Winner Winner B c 4 by Ben Ali Shasta ShastaStart Shasta Start good Won in a drive of three Osric Ostrich was the best horse best ridden and luckiest He favors a distance and was used a lot getting to Imperious Sly was much hampered early and closed strong Imperious needs strong handling The colt is good and favors a route The Girl will do better in a stronger riders hands She was badly handled Myth was short but is ready Tab him for early execution Mercutio Mercator is only worth notice in the mud mudScratched mustached Scratched Chappie Happier 92 The Dipper 90 Benamela Enamel 98 Olive 107 Page  Daily Racing Forms Selections 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 foP lowing day Telegraphic Correct Concise Comely form Sfteets Stets and Entries 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SINGERLY SINGER FORM CHART CHARTSINGERLY CHARTING SINGERLY SINGER MD Jan 23 Third day Singerly Gingerly Eacing Acing Association Winter Meeting MeetingWeather Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 2 30 p m Q Q 1 O FIRST RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt S St H H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L G 3441 MEKR1TT 115 4 437042JINGLE 1 IH 3 1 Neary Nary Wellwood Kellwood Stable 3 4 3 Si 37042JINGLE BELLS 111 3 3SSa 32 36 2 26 CunnghamGW Unengaged Hainan Haitian 4 4 3 3 SSa Sal a TOMMY O 115 2 22 22 IH 32 BurkholderHill Top Stable 85 95 85 85 3410 CHECKERS 108 1 5 4 51 41 C Hueston Houston JMcCauley McCauley 6866 3689 FALSE PRIDE 114 6 4 64 41 52 Johnson M Lynch 6 20 6 20 3743 TEMPTER 108 7 737762WILD 77 61 61 Roberts T Manmx Manx 15 50 15 40 4037762WILD 37762WILD DUCK 106 5 6 5 7 7 Mclntyre McIntyre Avoca Avocado Stable 10 30 10 25 25Time Time 30 59 1 15i 15iWinner Winner B g by Hilarity Lulu Race Start good Won driving Merritt Merit was best The Duck delayed the start and Checker could have done better Neary Nary used his whip over Jingle Bells head and did no good Scratched Hurry 118 Overweights Overweighs False Pride 3 pounds Q Q 1 Q SECOND RACE 1 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward fB O 1 O Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Vi StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3364 BLE LE VVASHGTON 105 4 3 11 I2 1 CunnghamC Chung Douglas 656535710 3636 KASSALA ASSAIL 101 2 4 3 24 2 Mclntyro McIntyre Mt Vernon Stbl Stable 85 3 85 3 3779 MOUNTAIN MAID 105 1 11 21 3 3 Coudrier Courier J Daniels Daniel 6 12 6 10 3634 SILVER BILL 107 7 61 54 51 42 Berger J Renfrew Reinforce 10 30 10 25 3778 METROPOLIS 105 6 7 41 4 51 Campbell J Shaw 10 20 10 20 3760 INTIMIDAD INTIMIDATE 107 3 2 61 6 64 Roberts Hill Top Stable 10 30 10 25 25MARCH MARCH 107 5 54 7 7 7 J Moore Pleasant Val Stbl Stable 5644 5644Time Time 30 1 00 1 084 084Winner Winner Ch mt 5 by Luke Blackburn La Belle BelleStart Belles Start fair Won driving Maid was lame going to the post March could not untrack untracked him ¬ self Kassala Assail was best Cunningham outrode outride Mclntyre McIntyre at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Rob Roy 107 Prairie Flower 105 Mollie May 105 Q Q 1 I THIRD RACE 78 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A Yt 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H 3741 FKANK FLANK HOUGH 109 4 it 1XK I6 I6 I1 CunnghamAshtqn Stable 2 5 2 44 3763ST PAT 113 2 2 21 22 210 2io Brkholdor Brooder W Duffy 3434 3781 NINIS MINIS 107 7 7 7 4t 32 3 Brophy Trophy P M Simpson 2 2 45 1 37452BELOVED 107 5 61 62 7 44 41 Campbell Hill Top Stable 8 12 8 10 3688JSPARKLE 107 6 5 54 61 6 52 Patton J Callahan 5 10 5 8 376inVALTER 37612 WALTER O 114 3 44 41 52 51 6 Johnson R Campbell 6766 676637G1 3701 37G1 WAMPUM 109 1 3 31 31 Fell Mclntyre McIntyre A B Clear 6 12 6 10 10Time Time 31 1 01i 1 3tt 1 47t 47tWinner Winner Blk Balk g 4 by Once Again Device DeviceStart Devices Start good Won easily Brophys Broths ride 9n the favorite was bad Wampum was badly lamed by his fall Hough made a runaway racq Iraq of it He was far the best bestOverweights bestrewing Overweights Overweighs St Pat 4 pounds Walter O 5 FOURTH RACE C 12 Furlongs Purse 200 4yearolds and upward X Ray Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St V X StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37072JONAH WHITE 107 6 1 12 12 H CunnghamDixie Stable 3 4 3 34 3437592KRAUSE 37592KRAUSE 92 4 64 51 51 24 Jones D W Mooney 10 12 10 10 3726 NELLIE S 113 2 77 64 3 BurkholderH Brooder B Anderson 4847 484737073GOULD 37073GOULD 113 5 31 21 2 41 Neary Nary Clover Stable 4 5 34 4 3740 GALLATIN GALLANTING 108 7 8 8 7 52 Brophy Trophy G Blake 4746 474637812REFORM 37812REFORM 110 3 51 3 31 64 Nelson Kulm Ku Randolphs Randolph U2 3 10 37813SALVOR 106 9 9987 Coudrier Courier Jersey Stable 6 20 6 15 3762 A B DADE 116 1 21 41 44 8 Johnson Ordway Norway Stable 66 3 34 34i3758GORMAN i3758GORMAN 102 8 41 64 9 9 Campbell G C Gray 15 20 15 20 20Time Time 30 1 OOJ ONO 1 3H 1 40 40Winner Winner Br c 4 by Charaxus Caraculs Monte Belle BelleStart Belles Start good Won easily Cunningham hit Johnson with his whip in the closing drive John ¬ son claimed a foul but no attention was paid to it White was best Krauso Kraus closed fast at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Crown 105 Overweights Overweighs Jonah White 2 pounds Nellie S 4 Salvor Savor 3 Gorman 2 3816 FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St J4 y2 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37GO LITTLE MOSS 111 7 4n 4 2 1 Gregier Groggier Philadelphia Stbl Stable 6 12 6 10 3776 MISS CARRIE 109 1 12 12 n 22 Wilson Roxboro Foxboro Stable 4746 474637632FEROCIOUS 37632FEROCIOUS 111 3 51 51 51 3 Rigby Rugby Elkton Elton Stable 75 2 75 75 75378Q3BERNARDE 378Q3BERNARDE 118 2 31 2 3 41 Griffin G White 3636 3794 J J WHITTINGTON WHITTLING 114 5 8 64 44 54 J Moore T I Dean 6 6 3 34 3725 DUTCH LADY 112 6 2 32 61 62 Roberts Point Breeze Stbl Stable 12 40 12 30 30374J3FRANK 374J3FRANK B 114 4 7877 Hawley Phoenix Stable 10 20 10 15 1537G03SYDE 37G03SYDE 114 8 61 7 8 8 Johnson C S Orrison Orison 6766 6766Time Time 304 1024 136 136Winner Winner B g 4 by Moscow Mollie Bass BassStart Assistant Start good Won driving Little Moss ran an extra good race He was at a false price Whittingtons Whiting race was bad Thatof That Ferocious was not to the mark Bernardo Bernard showed much speed but hung at end endScratched undistracted Scratched Lisnerour Lingerer 109 109Overweights Overweights Overweighs Bernarde Bernard 4 pounds Frank B 3 3817 SI SIXTH RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M V4 M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 37802 QUILL A 110 3 21 23 14 11 Patton H Baxter 3 535 535M 3207 BELVINA BELINDA 110 4 4H 41 31 26 Jones M Richan Rican Richardson 44 8595 3474 GOLD DOLLAR 115 2 31 31 42 32 Neary Nary William Brown 1 75 1 65 3742 DEIDAMIA DIANA 110 1 U H 23 Ji C Hueston Houston J Jones 10 10 5 5 3618 SANDOWNE SUNDOWNER 115 5 555 BrckhlderPeasant Val Stbl Stable 3837 3837Time Time 281 561 1 12 12Winner Winner Ch m 7 by Spendthrift Excollenza Excellence ExcollenzaStart Excellences Start good Won driving Belvina Belinda finished strong Deidamia Diana tired in the stretch It was a good race x xScratched Scratched Scratched Nevada Boy 112 Black Bess Bests 110 GranQftiaKllO GranflnjSllO Henry 108 Overweights Overweighs Gold Dollar 3 pounds vf New Orleans Summaries. NEW ORLEANS SI MM ARIES 2 ft HO First Race 6 12 furlongs 4year OOUVJ SellingWeather Selling old and upward Selling Weather cloudy track heavy Ind Indo Horses Wt Jockeys Odds Odds37683B 37683B of Fordhara116 Barrett Barrette 12 to 1 I 3728 Sister Clara 120 T Murphy evens 2 3G58Partner 125 Knapp 24tol3 24tol3Miss Miss Rowott Root 116 Wilson Rush Fields 122 Guitiers Guiltier also ran Time 1 31 31Winner Winner Br m 5 by Fordham Ford Belle of Hoo Homo ton tonScratchedPat ScratchedPat Scratched S 120 1202QAI 2QAI Second Race 34 mile 3yearolds JVA VA SellingSubstitute Spellings and upward Selling Substitute for regular race declared off Ind Indo Horses Wt Jockeys Odds Odds37482Tole 37482Tole Simmons 88 T Burns 6to51 6to5137662A1 37662A1 Lone 102 Campbell 5tol2 37903 Wells Street 107 Casteel Caste 15 to 1 3 3Caddie Caddie C87 Thompson Celia B 87 Kitley Kirtle Forbearance 87 Sheppard Queen Hortense Shortens 87 Frost Tom Kingsley Kingly 88 Southard Southward John H Regan Egan 99 Beauchamp Beach Jersey Lad 102 C Clay Tim Irven Irvin 107 Snell Smell Uncas Uncaps 107 Cay wood Con Reagan 107 Aker Baker also ran Time 1 21 21Winner Winner Br g 3 by King Galop Gallop We Wa Wa3n9 3n9 Third Race 1 116 Miles 4yearolds SoilingInd Soiling JOV JOVE JOVr Over r andupward antiwar Soiling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Jockeys Odds 3764 Anger 103 H Wilson 10toll 3767 Jamboree 110 Aker Baker 6 to 5 2 237492Ransom 37492Ransom 102 Gilmore 2 to 1 3 3Mellie Mellie Nellie 92 Southard Southward Briggs 94 Parram Para Tago Tango 99 Wilhite Iolite Lula Luella Fry 102 L Smith SmithRobert Microbe Robert Bonner Boner 105 Thompson also ran Time 159 159Winner Winner Ch g 4 by Farandole Farad Adalia Aralias Scratched Baal Gad 99 2O3 3yearoldsjwj Fourth Race 34 mile 3yearolds HandicapInd Handicapping jwj jaw andupward antiwar Handicap Ind Indo Horse Wt Jockeys Odds Odds37292Tabouret 37292Tabouret 103 A Barrett Barrette 7 to 5 1 13695SligoII 3695SligoII 117 T Burns 4to52 3647 Brother Fred 90 Robertson 20 to 1 3 3Cavaletta Cavaletta Covalent 90 Sheppard Red 92 Newcom Newcomer Victoress Victories 92 Lines Maggie 92 Reitz Ritz Mal ¬ tese tease 92 L Smith Van Kirkman Kirkland 96 Songer Sponger Dorah Dora Wood 107 Snell Smell also ran Time 120 Winner 120Winner Br f 3 by Tom Ochiltree Ichnite Lizzie Tizzies Tabor TaborScratched Scratched Sedan 90 David 108 2 C A J Fifth Race 34 mile 4yoarolds and OOU4 Upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt Jockeys Odds Odds37682BobMillicanlll 37682BobMillicanlll Snoll Knoll 5toll 3768 Headlight Ill T Burns 6to52 3728 Kalitan Kalian 104 Souger Gouger 3tol3 3tol3Marie Marie C 99 Powers Oldham Rodham 101 Barrett Barrette Pert 104Hirsch Vanessa 100 Clay Eleanor Mac 109 Southard Southward Pardon 114 Cannon Impetro Impetigo 101 Morris Gismonda Gismo II 102 W Jones Little Chap 104 J Clark Blitzens Blitzes Sister 106 H Wilson Gil Gail Fordham Ford 107 Irven Irvin and Bob White 108 Peterman Letterman also ran ranTime runtime Time 1 23 23Winner Winner B g 6 by Getaway Belle Coolgrove Colugo 2QAC Sixth Race 74 furlongs 4yearolds OOUO OUZO andupward antiwar Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt Jockeys Odds Odds3769Loyalty 3769Loyalty 107 Songer Sponger 7 to01 3792 Royal Choice 103 Barrett Barrette 4tol2 3764 Swordsman 107 Sheppard 10 to 1 3 3i i Elyria 97 C Murphy Cavespring Averring 107 Law ¬ rence rene Elkin Welkin 107 Southard Southward Harry S 99 Newcom Newcomer Rapalatchie Appalachia 100 Gatewood Atwood also ran ranTime runtime Time 145 145Winner Winner IronyScratched Crosshatched Ch g 5 by Loyalist Irony Scratched Alva 107 Pete Kitchen 107 Page  TENNESSEE 1898 Nashville 15 MILES FROM ST LOUIS OM THE WABASH WABASHBARNEY WABASH Tennessee BARNEY SCHRESBERS SCHREIBER MOPElFAR Mope SPRING MEETING APRIL 1ST TO TO9TH 9TH INCLUSIVE THE CHOICEST OF AUSTRALIAN BLOOD i iFOLLOWING FOLLOWING FOLLOWING STAKES 10 CLOSE TUESDAY FEBTI FBI 1898 FOUL SHOT BY MUSKET = SLANDHR SLANDER THE CUMBERLAND PEIZE POETIZE SUBSCRIBED TO BY THE GEEEN BRIER DISTILLERY CHARLES NEL NEAL BON PROPRIETOR For tureeyearolds ifoais foals of 18s SIB to accompany the ncmiaation incitation 75 ad ¬ ditional diction to start The assoc ation action to add an amount sufficient tj make the value of the race 1500 of which S 50 to second and 150 to third Colts to carry 122 Ihj allies and geldines geldings 117 Ibs Dibs A winner of two three yearold earl stakes of the aegrogato aggregator value of VOu Vu to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Allowances Tbose Boise not having won at any time a race of the value of 1000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs of three races of any value selling jmrse Morse races exjepted exempted 7 Ibs Dibs beaten maidens 12 Ibs Dibs One and OneEighth Neigh Miles To be run the first day of ih mee meek ing King Friday April 1 1THE Ithnriol Thrill Touchstone by Camel CamelVerbbiia Verbbiia Verbiage by Velocipod Velocipede Longbow THE DusciN Dustin HOTEL STAKES uieeribad Iberia to by tbe tube Duncan Hote Hotel For twoyearold toehold fillies 1 Catton Canton sire of Fen de Joie Miee Niece Bowe Bowen by Golumpus Olympus 5 to accompany the nomination 0 additional to start The association to add an am rant suf surf ¬ Traubys Tabby GolumpusTraubys dam by Orville ficient incident to make the value of the race lCO CO of which 320 to second and 100 to third Weight H5 Pantaloon Castrel Wastrel by Buzzard Ibs Dibs Winner of H sweepstakes of 100 value to carry S Ibs Dibs extra of two such 7 Ibs Dibs Starters Legerdemain Cearwitch Cleric Idaha Idaho by Peruvian to ba named throucrh through the entry b ix the evening before the race Four Furlongs To be run the FilhodaPntaby Hphcard HyperCard second day of the meeting Saturday April 2 2THE Finesse by Peruvian THE GEESE BREWING Co HANDICAP 1 handicap fo threeyearolds nnd nd upward 5 to ac ¬ Melbourne j Humphrey Humph CLinJ Colin byCmnB company tha than nomiuatioa nomination J59 additional to start The association to add an amount sufficient West Australian Cervantes mare to make the value of tbd race 100 of which 2 to second and 110 to third Weights to appear Derby and St Leger Leer Mowerina Mower 5 Touchstone by Camel two days prior to thfl hl race VViiners Vines after publication of weight ti carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Accept ¬ Emma by Whisker ances dances to be made at the usual tim 3 th dny deny b ifoio folio tiio trio rao ra SJVBJ Furlongs To be run the Whalebone by Waxy third day of the meeting Monday April 4 4THE Brown Basa Basra Sflli Flip mare THE BELLE MEADE STAKES Subscribed to by the Bello Belo Meada Mead Stud Fcr Facer twoyearold toehold colts Daughter of j Brutandorf Bartender by Blacklock Blackjack 5 to accompany the nomination JO additional to start The association to add an amount suf surf ¬ 1 1 Mrs Cr ickshnksby W Ibck Back ficient incident to make the value of the race 1000 of whic which 20 J to scond second and 100 to third Winners of j Waxy Pope by Waxy a qweepatakes sweepstakes of lui0 value to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra of two such 7 Ibs Dibs Four furlongs To bo run Calendar Imported Castania Castaneda by Gohanna Ghana tha than fifth daj dj of the meeting Wf dnosday nosegay April 8 8THE Hambletonia Hamilton j StamfordbyPleniptentiary Harmonica byHmbletnian THE CLIMAX STAKES Subscribed to by Lucas Baker For threeyearolds foals of 1895 S5 Tros Taros Imported ImportedAlice Imported j Priam Pram by Emilius Milieus to accompany thi thin nomination y add tional tonal to start The asociatioi association to add an amount suffi sufi ¬ ICassandra Cassandra Ally by Partisan cient client to mske masked tin value of tha than nice luO lOu of which 2V to second 5100 to third Co ts to ca ry a Alice Grey Gray j Bons Boons Emigran Emigrant by Pioneer 115 Ibs Dibs fillies and geldiaes Elias 110 Ibs Dibs maid ns allowed 7 Ibs Dibs Winners of two threeyearold stakes 7 Gnlnareby Glare YonngGohanna to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra or three or more 7 Ibs Dibs extra Oae Oakes Milo To be run the sixth day of the The Colonel Whisker by Waxy meeting Thursday April 7 7THE Capapie Crappie Imported Delpini Delphinium mare THE SOUTHERN TURF HANDICAP Subscribed to by tbe tube Southern Turf Company A handicap Sister to Cactus j Sultan by Selim Slim Selimi Slim for thre three yo trolds trolls aLd auld upward 5 to accompany tbe tube nomination 50 addition il to start The i Duchess of York by Waxy association to add in amouut amount suffi sufi lent to make the value of sh3 iacel ace OCO OSCO of which JGO JO to sec ¬ J Dover 5 Touchstone ond bond lfO LIFO to third Weights to a ppar par two days prior to the race Winners after publication of 2 LBell Bell Brand Verbosa Verbose weights to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One Mile To be run the seventh day of the meeting Friday April 8 8THE Sophie jSkilhinda skirling jSkilhindaI THE MAXWELL HOUSE STAKES Subscribed to by tha than Maxwell Hoose Hose For twoyearolds toeholds 5 I Sallie Brass to accompany the narninatioir5fHidditionalto start The association to add an amount strfft thrift cient client to make the valun valium of Ue race 1000 of which 200 to second 103 to third Colts to carry 110 Ibs Dibs tillies tallies and geldings 105 Ibs Dibs Winners of a sweepstakes of 1001 value to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Four and onehalf Neal Furlongs To bj run the eighth day of the meeting Satardiy Atari April 9 9Entry Entry Blanks Sent to any Address upon Application to J W RUSSWURM RUSS Secretary SecretaryCor Secretary BRIPETON BRIDGETOWN MO Cor Cora Unon Union and Cherry Streets Nashville Tcnn Cnn NOW READY COPYRIGHTED American Sporting flanual faucal of 1898 1898A A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT George Siler Silver on Pugilism Tom Gallagher on Billiards F H Brunell Runnel and C C Riley on Racing Ed Sheridan on Baseball Louis Sass on football cycling and athletics athleticsAN athletics AN OFFICIAL COMPENDIUM OF RECORDS RECORDSRACING RECONSTRUCTING RACING TROTTING PACING BICYCLING BILLIARDS BASEBALL ATHLETICS X X PUGILISM AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1897 DIOAPI DOA riSG riGS AJSTD ADJUSTED BOOKMAICnSTa Bookmaking TA TANEW ANEW NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES LINESSUMMARIES SUMMARIES BY EXPERTS ON EACH SUBJECT DISCUSSED i iEDITED EDITED EDITED BY K H BRUNELL BRUNEI DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL