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GOSSIP OF THE TURF j jAfter After After trying in vain to induce the Newport racing officials to surrender a portion of their claimed dates for the benefit of the Lexington track J Hull Davidson in behalf of the Ken ¬ tucky tuck Association has announced that Lexing Flexing ¬ ton will parallel Newport racing to begin there the same day it opens at Newport and continue just as long as it does at the latter place but only on alternate days In addition he suggests that the Kentucky legislature will probably be asked to pass a bill limit 1 ing King the length of race meetings The controversy is unfortunate and should be avoided but if the outcome should be such a law it would be beneficial in results Mr Davidson is somewhat to blame for not attend ¬ ing King the meeting that apportioned dates or at least having some one there to represent Lex Alex ¬ ington Kingston in which case he would have secured satisfactory dates datesTod attested Tod Todd Sloan is full of verbal wisdom about the American horses in England Tod Todd usually issues all the wisdom withitf without him in gusts i He declares that the LorillarcfBeresfbrd com ¬ bination inaction expects to have an early lot ripe for the Newmarket Newark Craven meeting in April Those entered include Paspola Papilla Chinook and Illogic For the spring meeting at Newmarket Newark the stable is preparing Astral Berzak Brake Meta II and Kamee Aimee and for later meetings at the metropolis of the British turf and elsewhere the stable has en ¬ tered termed in addition to the horses already named Violence Dominie II Solano Solana Cartaan Catalan Sar Sara ¬ donic conic the chestnut colt by Sensation Equality the chestnut colt by Locohatchie Flowchart Coryphee Morpheme Siboa Sailboat Boomer Myakka Yakked Bloozen Booze Doric II Jolly Tar the chestnut colt by Sensation Sal ¬ utation mutation the chestnut colt by Pontiac Joy Sandia Candia Bayard Boatyard II Maori Queen II Belisama Balsam Nunsuch Nonesuch Diakka Dakar the chestnut colt by Sensa Sense ¬ tion ion Magnetizer the bay colt by Pontiac Ynonda Noonday and others othersAs others As regards the Keene string Sloan says Voter is wintering very well and should come to hand early Voter was not so seriously sick as was reported after his arrival in England last fall and Trainer Pincus Incurs expects to have him ready for the Lincolnshire Handicap the first impor import ¬ tant taint event on the English calendar Voter is also entered for the Metropolitan Handicap at Alexandra Park and as it was in a similarly named event that the colt made his big reputa repute ¬ tion ion at Morris Park last spring there is a chance for history to repeat itself St Cloud II is rounding into one of the biggest and mostprom nostrum ising rising fouryearolds foretold abroad while the stable also counts on Uriel Muriel and Black Cock as well as the lot of recruits expected to arrive from this side next monlljij moll y ySloan Sloan Sloan further says th thvknowing vknowing knowing One around the training quarters make favorable mention of Richard Crokers Croakers yourig your cfujdijlates fumigates Rosina Rosin W Sweet Chimes and Knickerbocker Knickerbockers and that considerable curiosity was aroused by the re ¬ entry of Dobbins after two seasons retirement Whether the latter will stand a prep is a matter of pure conjecture but should he accept for the Gold Cup at Ascot and the City and Sub ¬ urban at Epsom he is likely to have a following Rosina Rosin W and Sweet Chimes are entered for the Coventry Stakes over the T Y C at Ascot and Knickerbocker Knickerbockers for the Champagne Stakes at the Bibury Bilberry Club meetipg meeting J S Curtis horses in England are Archduke II Indian Chief II and Pearl Rover They are entered at Ascot and Kempton Kenton Park ParkOwners Pardoners Owners whoso horses have won 1000 or more at New Orleans are J W Schorr Scorer Son 7306 7306E E S Gardner Son 3461 Stanton Tucker 1943 1943WA WA Porter 1920 1920Thomas Thomas Hums 1914 1914GC GC Bennett 1718 1718J J H Smith 1636 1636Benson Benson Arthur Co 1631 1631Foster Foster Bros Brows i625 i625T T H Magee 1584 1584P P Tomlinson Tompkins Co 1512 1512WJordanCo WJordanCo Jordan 1389 1389T T J McHale Chalet 1357 1357Clint Clint DeWitt Hewitt 1216 1216JHPayneCo JHPayneCo Johannes 1240 1240Mrs Mrs W W Lyles Lyle 1119 1119Bennington Bennington Kensington Gardner 1032 1032C C OBrien O'Brien 1032 1032Leo Leo Christy T Burns has by far too much lead to be over ¬ taken in the winning mounts list at New Orleans Up to and including Monday the following boys had landed five or more winners Jockeys First Second Third JockeysT Jockeys T Burns C Combs A Barrett Barrette Scherrer Sherrie Aker Baker Songer Sponger Nutt Mutt Dupee Dupe Thompson Southard Southward Caywood Cawed P Campbell C Clay Beauchamp Beach Hirsch At The Starter's Post. AT THE STARTERS POST Jockey Tod Todd Sloan has been a very exten extend ¬ sively snivel interviewed personage since his arrival from England last week Columns have been published in the New York newspapers giving his impressions and opinions wise or otherwise No doubt he has been made responsible for much that he did not say However Sloan was impressively successful in England and being an intelligent man has been amply qualified to present some really interesting and instructive descriptions of features of the English turf One point he made in connection with English racing was this While right on this lino limo I want to say a word as to the general high class of the racing officials in England Everything is on a thor ¬ oughly roughly square and fair basis and there is no question of decisions in any event The starter is a gentleman and that means a good deal more over there so far as tho thou general interest is concerned than in America There is no argu argue ¬ ment meant or squabble with the jockeys at the post as seen here Every horse has his position and he must start from there There is no cutting across and far fewer fouls than wo have in America AmericaI America I suppose tho thou discipline in England is more strict but everything works so smoothly that it does not appear to bo scfat scat all The matter of starting is conducted so easily and harmon ¬ iously piously that it is a revelation to an American racing man Tho Theo starter has absolute control of the jockeys and to give an example there was not a jockey fined or suspended in all the time I was riding there I did not even hear a jockeys name mentioned by the starter and when ones name is called it usually means a fine there The horses are not at the post over five minutes as a usual thing and there is no monkey business at all allIt alIt It is regrettable that the same commentary cannot bo made on the starting department of racing in this country but a starter who does not fine and suspend jockeys scold and shout at jockeys and now and then swear at and apply foul epithets to jockeys nay even lash an oc ¬ casional cession offending boy is in truth a rare bird in our land It is true that tho thou more extreme actions enumerated are generally reserved for 1 the back stretch and other starting points re ¬ mote from the immediate vicinity of the great mass of spectators But no one who is inti into ¬ mately Mattel familiar with the details of our system of racing can fail to be painfully aware of the really scandalous lack of dignity and ordinary courtesy that characterizes the conduct of nearly all our starters when discharging their functions at the starting post To this is due tho thou other wellknown welkin fact that the majority of our jockeys are unruly dis dais ¬ respectful and as a rule seek to obtain unfair advantages while at the post Altogether the situation here is one as widely variant from that depicted by Sloan as can well be imagined imaginedIt imagined It isa Lisa not a situation beyond cure however Somo Soma day wo will have rule makers who will provide the remedy For one thing owners who instruct their jockeys to get oil in front re ¬ gardless airless of the starters authority will be heav heave ¬ ily idly fined or suspended regardless of their degree of importance or wealth For another jockeys who are disobedient and illbehaved billboard will be punished with absolute certainty whether stable boys or high salaried celebrities And for still another starters who do not conduct themselves with dignity in the discharge of their duties will be provided with successors who will Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Harry Forsland Foreland the representative of DAILY RACING FORM is authority for the statement that Bookmaker Frank Eckert Becker stands willing to back Dr Sharp against Lord Marmion Marion rigged as they were in Thursdays race for any amount from 500 to 10000 It is said Owner MacManus Macanese is of an adverse opinion and there should be no difficulty in arranging a match It would be a big drawing card San Francisco Breeder and Sportsman SportsmanBarney Sportsman Barney Schreiber is still adding to his stock of broodmares for Woodlands He recently bought in California of Albert Joseph Grand Lady bay mare foaled 1891 by Grandmaster Fine Lady by Darebin Darwin Prize bay mare foaled 1890 by Cheviot Sister to Lottery by Monday and Florence Dickey chestnut mare foaled 1891 by Springbok Zulite Sulfite by Lisbon LisbonThere Lisbon There is not a more acute turfman Truman in America that Louis Ezell Bezel His win of two Oakland purses with the small Luke Blackburu Blackburn Tommie Tammie Bell filly Buena Ventura which he bought at the Belle Meado Mead sale last year for 275 is said to be duo to her training under Ezells Bezels own bar ¬ rier brier on his miniature track near Ingleside Ingles InglesideLondon London Truth of January 13 says The American horse Voter is a great tip for the Lin Ling ¬ colnshire conspire Handicap and it is believed at NOWT NOT market that ho is a very smart animal over a mile Vbter Biter has also been entered for the Kemp ton Park Jubilee Handicap HandicapJockey Handicap Jockey A Thompson who once rode for H Eugene Leigh and who had his leg cut oil by a street sprinkling cart in Sheffield Ind Indo some time since has entirely recovered He now has a cork leg and expects to ride again this season as well as ho ever could couldA could A local man M B Boyle is said to contem contemn ¬ plate establishing at the Harlom Harlem track when tho thou racing season opens an apparatus forgiving horses various kinds of baths such as Turkish Russian and vapor vaporJohn vapor John C Carr one of Guttenburgs Gutenberg Big Four is the latest aspirant for the position of starter on the Metropolitan tracks I Dally Racing Form in San Francisco Readers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM in San Fran ¬ I cisco can get the paper regularly from Foster Orear Rear Ferry Building foot of Market Street Oakley's Stake Events. OAKLEYS OAKES STAKE EVENTS The one peculiar condition of seven of the Oakley Ankle stakes advertised in this issue of DAILT ATILT RACING FOEM OEM is that entrance is free Four the Diamond Sapphire Emerald and Moerlein Merlin are for decision at tho thou Oakley Ankle spring meeting and three the Pearl Garnet and Gem at the fall meeting Entries to all close February 1 The advantage claimed for the free entrance fea fear ¬ tures tues is that thereby owners can nominate any number of horses and when the time for declara declare ¬ tion ion arrives can without having incurred any expense for forfeits strike out all that have not shown form enough to justify their being left in This is a liberal provision Its practical working will be observed with interest by horse owners and racing officials The Oakley Ankle Derby Cincinnati Oaks and Buck ¬ eye Stakes for 1899 are also presented for the consideration of horse owners They are among the most important and valuable stakes of the western turf and will beyond doubt receive a big entry list All of these stakes it will be ob ¬ served are on the added money system The Diamond Sapphire Emerald Pearl Garnet and Gem are all for twoyearolds toeholds ana DAILY RACING FOEM OEM does not hesitate in advising Chicago owners of promising youngsters to essay the capture of these valuable Cincinnati jewels Memphis Derby Acceptances. MEMPHIS DERBY ACCEPTANCES ACCEPTANCESA ACCEPTANCES A telegram from Secretary M M McFarlan Macaroon says second payment has been made in the Memphis Derby for Eitholin Withholding Bequeath Liba Libra ¬ tion ion Bannockburn Bannock Isabey Isabel Swango Wang Goodrich Johnny Bohon Boon Gallivant Jackanapes Chang Druggist Lieber Libber Karl Wilson Sacket Socket and Our Friend so to this band of sixteen will be loft the decision of tho thou first really important 3year old event of the western turf campaign of 1898 Last year but three started for the Derby Buck videre vide winning with Typhoon II second and Algol third This year a larger field is in pro pect pct with Lieber Libber Karl Bannockburn Bannock Isabey Isabel and Gallivant apparently the best of tho thou lot loft in Beware Of Thompson. BEWARE OF THOMPSON Theres Theresa a fellow named W HThompson Thompson oper doper ¬ ating acting as a telegraphic tout as Owner P O Lc 500 Elkton Elton Maryland his own address is PO box 245 against whom the racing public needs protection His general ways are rough and his methods devious Thompson or whoever he is advertises on credit to give known inside private and cheating information for the price in advance He collects from the public and doesnt doesn't pay his own bills Such people as Thompson will not do and should be avoided This information is printed solely for the benefit of the people who read DAILY RAC AC ¬ ING IN FOKM FOLK Ingleside Form. INGLESIDE INGLES FORM SAN FEANOISCO FRANCISCO CAL Jan 26 Tho Theo form of Thursdays Ingleside Ingles fields is First Race Satsuma Geyser Garland Barr BarrSecond Barleycorn Second Race Official Good Friend Midian Indian MidianThirti Identities Thirti Thirties Race Donation Palomacita Palma Joe Ull Hull man manFourth anorthic Fourth Race Osric Ostrich II Ostler Hostler Joe The Roman RomanFifth Romanist Fifth Race Fashion Plato Myth Personne Personnel PersonneSixth Personnel Sixth Race Lord Marmion Marion Dr Sharp Toi Toni sida ida Singerly Form. SINGERLY SINGER FORM FORMPHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA PA Jan 26 The form of Thursdays Singerly Gingerly fields is First Race Crown Mountain Maid Caroven Carven Second CarovenSecond Carotene Race W j Harding Hoarding Edna Bennett Mills MillsThird Mills Third GowandaFourth Race Boisterous Sebastian Gowanda Gowned Fourth DadoFifth Dacoit Race Belle Fowlel Fowled Gould A B Dado Fifth Race Lizzie Tizzies W Bert Ethel Farrell Sixth FarrellSixth Farrell Race Britannic Walter O Mr Waverly Avery Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAIL7 BEFIiECTION Deflection OF THE AMEKICAN AMERICAN TUEF TRUE BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOK EDIT F H BBUNELL 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 olnce once of tne tine 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 50 50One One Year 1400 1400The 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 tk ns outside the down town dis dais be declined at other than first class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS BUBSCEIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ST LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway BroadwayBasement Broadway Basement M MUBPHY MURPHY Agent AgentOn Agent On Sale at 830 AM AMDAILY MEDIALLY DAILY RACING FOBM FOB 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 OFFICE 408410 Vine Staeet Stet 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 F C Boving Bowing 418 Central Avenue AvenueAT Avenue AT BUFFALO N Y New Tifft Tiff Souse SouseAT Souse AT TORONTO ONT J D McSweeney Mesentery Palmer House HouseAT House AT KANSAS CITY MO MORicksecker Ricksecker Rucksack Cigar and News Co 9th and Walnut Streets StreetsAT Streets AT BUTTE MONT Keefe Keene Bros Brows Post Office News Stand StandAT Stand AT DENVER COL COLE The Stationer Company corJFifteenth confident and Lawrence Streets StreetsAT Streets AT NASHVILLE TENN TEN Hard Co 415 Church Street Duncan Hotel HotelAT Hotel AT NEW ORLEANS LA H J Holle Hole 641 Commercial Place PlaceAT Placemat AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOFoster Francisco Foster Orear Rear Market Street Ferry News Stand CHICAGO ILL JANUARY 27 1898 New Orleans Form. j NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW OELT3AN9 LA Jan 26 The form of Thursdays New Orleans fields is isFirst misfires First Race Dinsmore Inshore Seaport Tole Stole Sim Siam ¬ mons moons monsSecond nanosecond Second Race His Brother Royal Choice Sedan SedanThird Sweatshirt Third Race Lake View Palace Bob Clam pett petit Blacking Brush BrushFourth Brush Fourth Race Mr Eastin Easton Peter Archer Lucky Monday MondayFifth Monday Fifth Race Omah Omaha Wood Vanessa Nannie Nannies Davis DavisSixth Davis Sixth Race Basquil Basque Mellie Nellie Mitt Boykn Boyne New Orleans Pooling. NEW ORLEANS POOLING POOLINGLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE KY January 26 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Thursdays New Orleans fields is First Race Seaport 20 Duaster Duster 15 Dins more 10 Tole Stole Simmons 10 Gilray Gila 8 Flop 7 Rosa Hums 5 Aunt Maggie 5 Mohigan Mohican 3 Second Race His Brother 20 Alva 12 Rover 10 Royal Choice 8 Sedan 6 Hano Hanoi Belle 5 Russella Russell 5 field 5 5Third Third Race Lake View Palace 20 Black ¬ ing King Brush 15 Bob Clampett Clamped 10 Elkin10 Pitfall 5 Rhett Brett Goodo Good 5 field 5 5Fourth Fourth Race Peter Archer 15 Celia B 10 Mr Eastin Easton 10 I Own U 8 Moline 5 Volu Volume tanto Stanton 5 field 5 5Fifth Fifth Race Vanessa 15 Omah Omaha Wood 10 Nannie Nannies Davis 8 Ethel Lee 7 Maggie F 5 Talliwanda Italian 4 Gisrnonda II 4 field 5 5Sixth Sixth Race Wolsey Wools 15 Mitt Boyken Broken 12 Basquil Basque 10 Frontier 8 Mellie Nellie 5 Blitzens Blitzes Sister 5 field 5 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow First Race G 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wet Ind Indo Horses Wet Wet38192Dinsmore 38192Dinsmore 103 36453Flop 105 105Mohigan Mohigan Mohican 106 37672Rosa Hums 107 1073822Aunt 3822Aunt Maggie 107 3729 Dunster Duster 107 10738613Gilray 38613Gilray 108 3819 Tole Stole Simmons 108 1083645Seaport 3645Seaport 116 116Second Second Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 3464 Russella4 97 3860 Van Kirknan499 37663 Hano Hanoi Belle 5 100 3657 Timberland10100 3766 Virgie Virile Dixon 5100 3555 Proverb7 102 3860 Sedan 4 104 3417 Rover 11 105 3497 His Brother 5 107 3540 Alva 6 107 3839 Ry 1 Choice 5 110 Tliird Laird Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3791 Little Ocean4 94 38632Blkg Brush5 96 3715 Pitfall 6 96 38412RhettGoode7 98 3676 Momus6 98 3823 B Clampett5 103 1033820L 3820L V Palace4107 3839 Elkin Welkin 4 Ill IllFourth Milford Fourth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3765 Floss 97 3822 Molinp Molina 97 3789 I Own U 97 3765 Dictate 99 9937893VoIutante 37893VoIutante 102 3801 Celia B 102 1023841Petor 3841Petor Archer 104 38363Mr Eastin Easton 104 3803 Maltese 104 3621 Lucky MondaylO Monday MondaylOFiftli Monday Fiftli Fifties Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 3400 Talliwanda Italian 3 82 3677 Queen Mab Nab 3 87 3823 Ethel Lee 4 102 3712 Maggie F 4 102 3605 Omah Omaha Wood 4102 3648 Allie Sallie P 4 102 3804 Gismonda Gismo II 5105 3178 MinWeldon Mined 5105 3804 Vanessa 4 107 3822 Nan Davis 3 92 92Sixth Sixth Race 7 12 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Selling 3802 Mellie Nellie 4 97 3764 Steve Ciolini4 99 9938413Blitzs 38413Blitzs Sister 4 99 3710 Laura Cotta 5100 3731 A Johnson 5 102 3839 Frontier 5 102 3Bl03Mltt BoykenC4 104 8788 Jim Flood 6 i05 3625 Wolsey Wools 7 107 382Q2Basquil 4 109 Singerly Entries. SINGERLY SINGER ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow slowFirst loftiest First Race 58 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt WgtNew Gateway New South 5 110 Benefactor 5 110 3691 Caroven Carven 6 110 The General 6110 611038692Crown 38692Crown 6 110 3867 Le Grande 10 107 107Relief Relief 4 107 38133Mntn Maid5105 Maid5105Second Second Race 58 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3849 Mills 3 110 3851 Congo Dick10107 Dick10107Apprentice Apprentice 5 107 34712 WGHarding6107 3794 Fischer 5 107 3851 Tim Hurst 4 107 3777 Butte 4 107 38322Miss Carrie 4105 410537763EdnaBennett4105 37763EdnaBennett4105 Third Race 58 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3852 Artillery 8 118 3781 Watch Chm Chem 7118 38482Sebastian 5 115 3581Boisterous5 115 3815 Gorman 6 115 3848Gowanda 7 115 38173Gold Dollar 9 115 3851DorhLamr5113 3851DorhLamr5113Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3600 Gov Go Griggs Rigs 4 115 3815 Reform 5 115 1153S15JonahWhite4115 3S15JonahWhite4115 3815 Gould 4 112 3815 A B Dade 6 112 3475B3SBrVng5110 3740BelleFowler6110 3740BelleFowler6110Fifth Fifth Race 58 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3816 Frank B4 107 3853 Dan Haager5107 3850 Intimidad7 107 3850 Lisnerour4 105 3487 Lottie Loftier F 6 105 3868 Bert 7 105 1053760Lizzie 3760Lizzie W4105 3832 EthelFarrell4105 3866 Nay4 105 105Sixth Sixth Race 58 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3832 GeoW Gown Bailey 6118 3777 Britannic14118 3814 Walter O 6 115 3813 March 5 115 11538523Mr 38523Mr Waverly Avery 4 115 3831 Black Bess Bests 4 113 3849 Belvina6113 3832Equity6 113 i4fttl k MADISON AND lV WV CLARK STREETS STREETSLuxuriant Luxuriant in FittingsCuisine Fittings Fittings Cuisine Unexcelled UnexcelledtaV7aOn taV7aOn SERVICE THE BEST A High Class Modern Restaurant Prices ModeratePrices Moderate Moderate JASMURDOUGH JASMURDOUGHMauager Mauager Manager Singerly Form Chart. SINGERLY SINGER FORM CHART CHARTSINGERLY CHARTING SINGERLY SINGER MD January 20 Sixth day Singeriy Singer Racing Association Winter M Hng Hong Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ealph Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 230 p m FIRST RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horse Wt St ki Yt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owner O H L C 3795 TRAY MORE 11 13 11 12 C Hueston Houston Klondike Stable 6 15 o 15 3488 MOOYER MOPER 21 32 2H 21 Rigby Rugby J Baker 3 3 7i H5 3835 HENRY 64 6 62 32 Griffin Roxboro Foxboro Stable 6 15 i 12 3813 SILVER BIL BILL 54 51 44 414 Nelson J Renfrew Reinforce 5544 3799 JOE HAYMAN HYMAN 34 2 33 54 Nottrand Outran Suffolk Stable 8 12 8 10 3689 BRONSTON BROWNSTONE 7 7 7 61 BrckholdorG Archeology C Gray 3816 SYDE SNYDER 117 3 4 44 5 7 Burns C S Orrison Orison 5 1 3799 NAY 111 8 8 8 8 8 A Dorsey Dose E Rayford Bradford 6 7 3813 METROPOLIS 117 9 9999 Bailey J Shaw 10 25 10 20 Time 20Time 31i 1 03i 1 13 13Winner SensationStart Sensations Winner Ch g 3 by Tea Tray dam by Sensation Start good Won easily Silver Bill went wide on all the turns Joe Hayman Hyman stumbled byde bye s saddle girth broke and he was pulled up Traymores Tremors race was above the notch Henrv Henry made throughoutScratched throughout up ground throughout Scratched Goorge Gorge W Bailey 120 Overweights Overweighs Traymore Tremor 5 pounds Mooyer Moper 5 8867 SECOND Allowances RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Ind Indo Horses Wt St Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 37602CHEER UP JP 111 ill 4 21 11 14 11 Nostrand Unstrained J Castle 3816 J J WHITTINGTN WHITTLING TTINGTNllS CastleTTINGTNllS 113 3 11 2 2 26 Johnson T I Dean zt 3601 LADY FRANCES ANCES ACES ztANCES stances 115 6 638132KASSALA 6i 62 31 32 Bennett A Sayre Ayres 6 15 6 15 38132KASSALA 111 1 4 41 4 K 44 Mclntyre McIntyre Mount VernonStb6 5 8 5 6 5 6 5 3816 BERNARDS BERNARD OE 117 5 o o38323VIOLA SK 5 54 54 Griffin G White 6 12 6 10 38323VIOLA ALBERS CALIBERS LBERS LIBBERS 10LBERS 99 8 77 61 62 Jones TFagin Fagging 5 10 5 8 3852 LE GRANDE IDE IDES 117 2 33 32 7 7 Rigby Rugby East 8East Side Stable 6 15 6 15 3776 COM ROUGHAN ROUGHEN 120 7 8888 Barrett Barrette M B Scanlon Canon 10 30 10 30 Time 30Time 321044 112 112Winner Winner Ch f 4 by Hanover Fable FableStart Ablest Start good Won driving The next two wore driving also Kassala Assail was a false favorite J J hittington hitting was played for a good thing and ran a fair race Le Grande went all to pieces in the stretch stretchScratched stretches Scratched Hanoanna Banana 115 Mountain Maid 115 115Overweights Overweights Overweighs Commodore Roughan Roughen 3 pounds OQ Q THIRD KACE4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward O O J O Allowances Yn i StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3722 BERT 14 1 12 12 Rjgby Rugby GWGans Gewgaws 10 10 5 6 3722 CANT TELL 44 SNK SANK 2 23 C Hueston Houston Winter Stable 2 34 2 3 3834 ED TAYLOR 113 2 23 22 33 33 Patton Romer Roomer Stable 6645 3812 FALSE PRIDE 109 3 52 44 41 4 Mclntyre McIntyre M Lynch 85 2 85 85 3799 BRAHM BRAHMA 117 6 6665 Johnson J Castle 4846 3832 ROMPING GIRL 115 4 34 54 5 FellA EllA Dorsey Dose T Fallahee Fellaheen 6 10 6 8 Time 314 1 04i 1 124 124Winner Winner B g 7 by Asterlix Aster Hannah E EStart Start Start good Won handily It was a drive for the place Bert was the right one False Pride could never get going Cant Tell was under a drive all through the stretch stretchScratched stretches Scratched Rob Roy 117 Lisnerour Lingerer 111 111Overweights Overweights Overweighs False Pride 5 pounds Q Q C O FOURTH RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward O O J Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A K 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3851 NEVADA BOY 117 2 238483CROWN li 1 1 1 Rigby Rugby Klondike Stable T 38483CROWN 120 3 31 2i 24 21 Johnson Potomac Stable 4746 3833 MAY PINKERTON 115 9 62 4H 31 3 Nelson J Castle 3 3 2 24 3831 SISTER MYRA MYRNA 118 I 21 31 44 41 BrckholdrJGMain 3 12 3 10 3708 FOUNDLING 120 4 4 54 51 514 Campbell G Marshfield Mansfield 3 5 3 6 65x 3796 ADVANCE 117 6 638352JERQUET 5x 64 61 6 Griffin A M Sexton 6 15 6 12 38352JERQUET 117 8 838332ROEBUCK 8 7 7 7 C Hueston Houston J J Ryan 6 10 6 8 38332ROEBUCK 117 5 7888 Lynch Hill Top Stable 6868 6868Time Time 31 1 024 1 104 Winner 104Winner B g 6 by Takisty Tackiest Belle Lee LeeStart Lester Start fair The first two were driving Nevada Boy was properly ridden That accounts for his improved race Crown also showed improvement May Pinkerton off poorly made up a lot of ground and ran a good race Sister Myra Myrna weakened in the closing drive Advance can do better betterScratched butterscotch Scratched Lizzie Tizzies W 111 Bessie M 111 111Overweights Overweights Overweighs Sister Myra Myrna 3 pounds 3Q H C FIFTH RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward O I Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 StrFin Strafing Fin Jockeys Owners Owners33963QUN O H L C 33963QUN OF BERLIN 115 2 24 23 2 IN Jones H Baxter 6 15 6 12 3723 WILL FONSO FONTS 117 1 IKK VIKKI i 23 Nostrand Unstrained Smith NostrandS Nostrums 322 3473 JACKENE JACKIE 117 4 42 31 32 38 Griffin J M Wallace 4 10 4 8 838342BALSAU 38342BALSAU 117 3 3 44 41 4 Rigby Rugby La Salle Sale Stable 1 1 35 45 4536542MATT 36542MATT WHITE 117 6 66 6 5 Hawley C Richardson 4746 3285 BONA VERA 115 5 54 54 5 6 Gregier Groggier M J Laster Blaster 6 8 tj 6 6Time Time 32 1 04f 1 124 124Winner Winner B m 6 by Fib dam unknown unknownStart unknowns Start good Won driving second was driving also Will Fonso Fonts quit as usual when pinched Balsam was never a factor The Queen ran a game race raceScratched backscratcher Scratched Tim Hurst 113 Privateer 113 o o rr I SIXTH RACE 3 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3830 JOHN P 112 2 237973KU1CH 11 li 16 in Campbell Hill Top Stable 4645 37973KU1CH BLUSTER 112 6 54 52 22 21 Nelson 3322 3581 CORN COB 115 1 31 SH 33 33 Donnelly Donnelley Point Breeze Stbl Stable 2 24 2 3780 TORRESDALE TORRES 115 4 6 6 6 41 Murphy C Mitchell 4 12 4 12 3797 CHARLEY B 117 5 44 4 5 54 Strode J W Jones 4644 3776 VENTANNA VENETIAN 114 3 24 24 4 6 Feenoy Fen J Meagher Meager 6 10 6 10 10Time Time 32 1 04i 1 41 41Winner ProbabilityStart Probability Winner B g 6 by Midlothian Militia Probability Start poor Won driving to the limit Corn Cob got a poor ride Dutch Bluster ran a good race strongScratched John P was tiring fast at the end Torresdalo Torres slow to begin finished strong Scratched Dr Jim 112 Smuggler 115 115Overweights Overweights Overweighs Torresdale Torres 3 pounds Charley B 5 Ventanna Venetian 2 New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW CARNE NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 3G Fortysixth Forthwith day Crescent City Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 pm 3860 F FIRST RACE G 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3818 TREOPIA TROPICAL 108 6 63746GLENMOYNE 12 12 mil Beauchamp Beach W M Wallace CoS Coos 12 8 10 3746GLENMOYNE 114 7 21 23 22 22 T Bums Foster Bros Brows 85854545 858545455n 3818 JUDGE STEADMN STEAD 108 2 5n 3 32 34 Snell Smell R E Maddox 6867 3840 SEDAN 105 4 63 54 42 43 Southard Southward J H Smith 15 20 15 20 3821 WELLS STREET 108 3 33805LOYALTY 7 7 54 5 Peterman Letterman J W McKinley 40 50 40 40 3805 3805LOYALTY LOYALTY 108 1 4U 64 7 63 Songer Sponger J Siebert Sidebar 3 3 2 24 3803 VAN K1RKMAN 97 5 31 44 62 7 L Smith L N Schoenfeld Schemed 60 60 40 40 40Time Time 25i 52 1 20 1 274 274Winner Winner B c 4 by Tremont Fremont Myopia MyopiaOff Myopia Off at first break to a good start Won easily second cleverly Treopia Tropical made a runaway race of it Glenmoyne Lennon could nob knob get through in the stretch This cost him the race Judge Steadman Seaman is getting good Sedan has had too much of it Loyalty ran below the notch SECOND RACE34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St v y StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3803TABOURET 117 3 1 1 1 I1 Barrett Barrette T H Magee 25 513 5 537483SURMOUNT 37483SURMOUNT 105 7 7 41 3 21 T Burns W C Fessenden Essence 3534 3819 GILRAY GILA 105 0 2 23 21 3 Guitiers Guiltier S J Charles 8 12 8 12 1236043BIENN4N 36043BIENN4N 102 1 3 32 43 415 Dupee Dupe W T Woodard Woodward Jr la 30 lo to 3476 CARNAGE 105 2 4U 5 f 51 5 T Morris F Morris 100 100 75 100 376 WILSON C 102 8 62 6 63 6 Gilmore BensonArthrColOO 300 100 200 20023292MAKCUS 23292MAKCUS MAYER 105 4 SH 7 7 7 Southard Southward L N Scboenfeld Scorned 60 20060 150 3179 MARY CAVALIER 100 5 8 8 8 8 Sheppard W A McConnell 75 10060 7o 7oTime Time 25i 51i 120 120Winner Winner Br f by Tom Ochiltree Ichnite Lizzio Liz Tabor Oil first break Start fair Won easily second well in band Gilray Gila tired tbe tube last sixteenth He was cut off in the run ho me by Surmount Tbe Tube latter came fast at tbe tube finish Tile others were outclassed Watch Brenuan Brendan in cheaper company companyScratched company Scratched Talliwamla Italia 100 Celia B 103 Aunt Maggie 103 Octave 110 O i O THIRD RACE 7 13 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward O O O Ponce de Leon Handicap 1000 Guaranteed Wt St VA V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L G 38182ALBERT S 108 2 14 12 22 1 2 Barrett Barrette T H Magee 6644 66443821BALK 3821BALK LINE 103 3 42 44 5 3 31 Aker Baker C Do Witt Witty 10 10 8 8 3553 J A GRAY 120 1 5 5 44 44 46 Caywood Cawed W A Porter 23 2 24 3818 DAVID 108 4 31 31 1 5 5 Combs BensonArthrCo24 135 2 24 24Time Time 274 54 1 21 1 424 424Winner Winner Ch c 4 by Pirate of Penzance Penance Raybelle Rabble RaybelleOff Off at first break Start good Won handily It was a long hard drive for the place Cay wood rode J A Gray like a stable boy Sea Robber was well handled He was in the good going all the way Albert S ran a good race So did Balk Line who was coming strong at the finish FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 4yearofds and upward Selling 3863 Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Vi M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3804BOB MILLICAN MILLIAMP 110 4 42 31 1 13 13 Snell Smell TAGayUo Agway 2323 232337902BLACKING 37902BLACKING BRUSH 99 1 22 22 24 21 22 Alaric Balearic E R Rodgers 5 6 4 44 3802 ROBERT BONNER BONER 105 2 1K 33 32 33 Thompson S Williams 6644 6644TOPPER TOPPER 108 7 51 515 510 53 4 Lines J T Weaver Co 75 100 75 75 3571 LOBENGULA 113 3 3 43 45 41 5 Hirsch G B Morris 75 85 75 85 3802 LULA LILA FRY 102 5 6K 6 6 65 615 Smith Fry Skaggs Sags 15 20 15 15 3749 COURTESY 108 6 7 7 7 7 7 Southard Southward J H Smith 40 50 40 40 40Time Time 27i 54 1214 1504 1504Winner Winner B g 6 by Getaway Belle Coolgrove Colugo Off at first break to a good start Won easily the next three were doing their best Bob Mil Hcan Chan came away when ready Lobengula Globing sulked and would not try He is a bad horse Black ¬ ing King Brush ran a good race So did Topper considering it was his first out FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling 3864 Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 2008MAZEPPA 102 7 5H 31 31 INK Turner R Rome 10 15 6 8 73342 PAT MORRISSEY 104 2 238042HEADLIGHT H4 1 13 23 Combs McCarty McCarthy Co 15 20 5 6 6Foster 38042HEADLIGHT 110 11 1138033BROTHER 8 64 44 3 Barrett Barrette Foster Bros Brows 3535 3535J 38033BROTHER FRED 104 4 63 5H 54 42 Caywood Cawed J Lamon Lampoon 5 5 4 44 3302 TOMMY RUTTER UTTER 107 1 3i 4nK 61 52 Gilmore Benson ArthrCo20 30 20 25 3605 EASTER EVE 102 3 31378DUCK 2 23 21 6io Songer Sponger J Brenock Redneck 6 12 6 10 10R 1378DUCK 102 10 1036203ALICE 9887 Frost R A Patterson 50 60 50 50 50BoggsCo 36203 36203ALICE ALICE C 102 5 41 7 7 8 Lines BoggsCo Bogs 6666 666638232GIL 6666T 38232GIL FORDHAM FORD 110 15 14 11 10 9 Overton Overtone T Murphy 30 30 20 25 25W 3788 PEARSON 110 6 7 9 9 10 Smith W H Laird 30 60 30 50 331 WRANG RANG DUCHESS102 8 11 13 13 11 Southard Southward L N Schoenfeld Schemed 30 60 30 50 3751 VENCEDOR VENICE 107 13 13 14 14 12 Alaric Balearic C Rice 20 30 20 25 2538043KALITAN 38043KALITAN 10712 12 12 12 13 T Burns G H Brown 34 34 24 24 1658 FKED KED BARR 11014 15 15 15 14 Warren Smith SchumanS Schulman ID 6 8 8MISS MISS METTIE MATTIE 10449 10 10 II 15 J Clark C G Douglas 0 100 SO 75 75First First series Time 254 504 1194 1194Winner Winner B f 4 by Masetto Mastoid Rupee Post 4 minutes Start good The first four were driving Headlight was the best Mazeppa Marzipan closed fast at the end Combs rode a weird finish pulling up and throwing the race away Pat Morrissey could not have lost properly handled Easter Eve quit to nothing in the stretch Kalitan Kalian and Fred Barr off poorly never had chances chancesOverweights changeover Overweights Overweighs Miss Mettie Mattie 24 pounds SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling 3865 Ind Indo Horses Wt St Yi StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 379DCARLOTTA C 103 6 55 in 12 12 Combs A Taylor 45 65 45 1 1li 38183 BLE LE OF FORDHAM1014 2 li 21 32 2 Barrett Barrette G Straus 4 5 4 44 3766 VAN BRUNT IlO Milo 1 24 42 43 3 Caywood Cawed Doss Storey 8 10 8 10 3801 UNCAS UNCAPS 105 4 3H 31 2 2K K 40 T Burns J Brenock Redneck 3 4 24 34 38283DOMINGO 103 3 4 K 515 515 510 Songer Sponger Fleischmai Fleischmann Flemish Freshman SonslS Sons 25 15 20 3823 LA WANDA 96 7 64 66 65 68 Lyncb Lynch W E Fieldi Field Fielding 40 50 30 40 3767 HARDENBURG HARDEN 101 5 7 7 7 7 J Hicks H W Newman 60 200 60 150 150Time Time 26 524 1 20 20Winner Winner Br f 4 by Hayden Edwards Fannie S SPost Spots Post 8 minutes Start good Won easily The next two were driving hard Carlotta C was much the best She came asvay assay when ready Belle of Fordham Ford tired in the run home Tineas Tines stopped to nothing in Tho Theo stretch Van Brutit Brut closed stoutly and would have been second in an ¬ other stride strideScratched strides Scratched Hauo Hugo Belle 96 Minnie Weldon 98 Pitfall 98 Verdi 103 Swordsman 105 105Overweights Overweights Overweighs JBello Belo of Fordham Ford 34 pounds Page  Ingleside Form Chart. INGLESIDE INGLES FORM CHART CHARTINGLESIDE CHARTING INGLESIDE INGLES CAL Jan 30 Thirtyninth Thirty Day Pacific Coast Jockey Club Winter 1 Meetinp Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter J F Caldwell i The recall flag is not being used Racing starts at 2 p m FIRST F RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds Allowances 3854 Ind Indo Horses Wt St M 1A 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3783 SARDOU SRO 110 2 11 li 1 IH in Conley Coney Z Abrahams Abraham 3737 3422 CLAU LAU DIANA 110 7 41 44 4 43 24 C Sloan W Boots Son 2 2 8585 3275 RAFAELA RAFAEL 105 4 64 51 6 6 Z Clawson Lawson W Wilson 5 5 2 24 3638 LA FONTERA FRONTIER 110 5 3 3 34 22 44 Spencer J Williams 15 20 15 15 3515 REY FREY DEL DIABLO DIALOG 112 1 2 21 24 SH 58 Powell E J Baldwin 6857 3465 SANTA CLARA 105 3 7 7 7 5 6 ± H Brown T Fisher 20 30 15 20 3550 MALPLAQUET 105 6 5 64 54 7 730 McNichols Conchoids L E Clawson Lawson 12 20 12 15 2625 MANGRUM MANGER 107 8 8 8 8 8 8 Frawley Crawly J Franks 20 40 20 30 3515 DURWAD DREAD 107 Left at the post Feighoy Eighty E P Connolly1 15 30 15 25 25Time Time 25J 50i 1 03i 1 17 1 30i 30iWinner Winner Ch f by Salvator Salvatore Chimera ChimeraStart Chimeras Start fair Won after a hard drive by five horses Sardou Scabrous was luckiest and well ridden Claudiana Claudia was best but had poor luck She was cut off on the first turn and in the back stretch Was closing strong at the finish Rafaela Rafael was short yet closed a lot of ground La Fontera Frontier poorly ridden is ready and can be watched Diablo Dialog was similarly handled yet closed strong Tho Theo others were outclassed SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upwards Ind Indo Horses vt St li otr ort Fin Jockeys Owners 0 H L C 3386 DAILY RACG RAG FORM88 3 338283BENAMELA 34 54 3 1 Gray T W Coulter 34 34S 5 34 5 38283BENAMELA 106 9 9 9 7 2 Conley Coney S C Hildreth Children 3 34 3 3 3787 HERMOSO HERMOSA 104 2 24 IH 12 SH Spencer J A Gray 15 15B 30 15 25 3531 NOV1A 83 8 837713QLENOWER 61 8 8 4 J Woods B C Holly 8 8W 867 37713QLENOWER 85 10 10 10 5 5 OConnor O'Connor W H McLemoro Clamor 30 50 20 40 3386 VALJKNTIENNE 89 6 71 6 2 W Holmes E F Fredrickson Frederick 20 20 15 15 3771 RT LETTE LETTER WHEEL 86 4 41 3 6S 7J McNichols Conchoids J Harvey 15 15W 20 15 20 3782 R BN 106 5 51 4 4 8 H Martin W P Magrane Marianne 2 21 2 115 3771 SING WING 102 7 879 9 Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 20 30 20 25 37392 MILESIO MILES 88 1 1Winner I 2H10 10 Clawson Lawson ClawsonTime Lawson Atkin Akin LottridgelO Outride 15 10 12 Time 25 50i 1023 1151 Winner B c 3 by Burlington Ella Blackburn Start good There was a clinking contest of six horses at the end Perhaps Bcnamela Became was the best He was shut off at start and on the first turn and in the back stretch and made up a lot of ground Daily Racing Form ran a highclass highlands honest race Gray rode him beautifully H was lucky yet finished like a lion Watch Hermoso Hermosa He ran his race Novia Nova had even a rougher journey than Benamela Enamel She was vilely ridden Tbe Tube filly is ready Glenower Gender favor a route and from a slow beginning made up much ground The Wheel is but a sprinter R Ban is game but seemed short again Watch him Valencienne Valence ran her race She favurs favors fui Fuji yoing yoking The others were outclassed outclassedScratched outclassed Scratched Veragua Vera 105 8856 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 a StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners OHL HL JC 3825 38252ZAMAR ZAMAR AMA II 106 1 11 lFTr lifter lK ConJey Coney D A Hoi i iif if if 75 85 757 3810 MAINSTAY 112 3 23 22 3 26 H Martin H L Joue Joule 6867 3827 HIGHLAND BALL 92 2 32 3 2 3 Gray R B de Lopez 10 10 6 7 3825 MIDLIGHT MIDNIGHT 104 5 537212HARDLY 5 5 43 415 Thorpe Kittlemai Skittle Bros Brows 2 21 2 115 37212HARDLY 95 4 437362MORINEL 44 4H 5 5 Clawson Lawson H T Griffin 454 4 37362MORINEL 89 Fell McNichols Conchoids J P Reis Regis 12 15 10 12 Time 24 481 101 114 114Winner Winner B c 4 by St Carlo Royal Bess Bests BessStart Bassist Start bad Won in a hard drive Zamar Zamia hadnt hadn't an ounce to spare at the end He had clear sailing and was away flying Mainstay was far the best and should have won The Ball gave Zamar Zamia a stern argument and then went to pieces in the stretcb stretch Morinel Moraine crossed her feet ani anis fell in the starting break Midlight Midnight and Hardly might as well have been left leftScratched Scratched Aluminum 85 Torsion 103 Miss Ross 101 Sly 110 FOURTH RACE 1 14 Miles Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 V StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 35602THE BACHELOR 109 3 34 34 31 1 W Martin Ed Corrigan I Tsl Tesla I 3548 TULARE TULANE 104 1 24 21 24 2i 28 Thorpe W Weaver 3 3 24 3 3828 OUR CLIMATE 109 4 li li U4 1 324 Conley Coney D A Honig Hong 6867 3593 LITTLE CRIPPLE 107 6 6 6 6 53 44 Clawsou Claws J C Humphreys Humph 8 10 8 8 38293RUFALBA 102 5 54 44 4 4 5 0 H Brown W Boots Son 12 15 8 10 37183NONCHALANCE 1037183NONCHALANCE 105 2 4 51 52 6 6 Spencer L H Ezell Bezel 15 25 12 0 Time 251 51f 1044 118 143 2084 Winner SpinsterStart Spinsters Ch a 5 by Judge Murray Spinster Start good Won in a hard drive The first two outclassed the field The Bachelor was a bit short He was best is good and favors a distance So does Tulare Tulane Shes Ashes good too This race should key her to concert pitch Tab her Climate ran his race He is a dullard Watch him for the timber Cripple and Rufalba Rural tired and stopped at the end Nonchalance is only worth consideration in the mud O O T O FIFTH RACESliort Ancestor Course 2 miles less 130 feet Purse 400 4yearolds O O tJ O and upward Steeplechase Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 6 8 10 12 Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C LCHSTERFLD136 5 1 1 18 lio Clio 110 112 c Huestou Hugest BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 3 6 3 3594 MESTOR NESTER 150 3 25 25 2 20 2 22 Peters J J Cassidy 4645 3774 U COLORADO 140 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 Kelly Kelly34673PRESIDIO W Fisher 8 12 8 12 34673PRESIDIO 129 2 Ran out of course G Cocl Cockle Cochran J Cochran 3 3 24 3 3563 VOLT 140 6 Ran out of course Willia William Williams T G Ferguson 15 20 12 15 3500 RENO 157 1 Fell 6585Time Barry R Stanley 852 65 6585 85 Time 407 407Winner Winner B c 4 by Chesterfield Talluda Allude TalludaStart Alludes Start good Won in a canter The winner is full of promise as a jumper The field behind him was full of humor Colorado may have been the best He was all tangled up at the start and virtually felt twice Reno went down at the second jump The course is a severe one and tlje tale jumps stiff Only a well schooled horse can manage it SIXTH RACE 1 18 Miles Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Sellin Selling Ind Indo Horses 3 StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3518 DON CLARENCIO CLARENCE 111 4 54 5H 5 4 li Spencer AtJdn LottridgelO Outride 12 10 10 38292CANT DANCE 110 1 24 34 3 3 2 W Martin E Corrigan 35451235 3807 GALLANT 108 2 44 2 2 2H 34 Conley Coney DA Honig Hong 4 6 4 44 3843 VERAGUA VERA 108 5 11 1213 li 4 H Brown A Nickells Nickels 10 25 10 Q 3845 PETER II 111 6 61 64 6 5H 515 C S oan Doan W Boots Son 8 12 6 8 3271 ST AIGNON ALIGNING 116 3 3 41 42 68 60 Tuberville Tubercle W D Randall 12 12 10 KT 384C KT384C NIC NICE NAC NAACP 108 7 7 7 7 7 7 Mead W F Roeder Redder 75 200 IOC IC 150 Time 150Time 25i 51 1 05 1 18 1 44 1 57 57Winner Winner Ch c 4 by Surinam Paloma Palma PalomaStart Palmas Start good Won after a hard drive by five horses Those five only were fit The others were fillers Dance was best but was unlucky He was not ridden to good advantage The race will fit him Gallant is ready Tab him for tbe tube mud Veragua Vera and he cooked the goose of Dance Veragua Vera just failed at the end for want of sharp keying His race was over the mark Peter is nearly ripe He made up a world of ground The colt is not reliable Overweights Overweighs reliableOverweights reliable St Aignon Mignon 3 pounds Ingleside Entries. INGLESIDE INGLES ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Kace Ace 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wet Wet3756GrlandBarr5105 3756GrlandBarr5105 3S47Tripping4 106 3501 Judge Denny Deny 5110 3846Geyser 4 Ill Ill38263Satsuma 38263Satsuma 6 116 116Second Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3824 Formella Formula 98 3435RoxeyMurphylOO 3752 Einstein 103 3699 Tenricka Kendrick 103 3752 Aluminum 103 3757 Good Friend 104 38243Go To Bed 106 37823Offlcial 106 38063 Chihuahua 106 24713Midian 110 3563 Pjng Ping 110 110Third Third Kace Ace 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling 3807 Little Singer4102 3577 Pleasanton Pleasant 4 104 3786 Coupon III 4 104 3549 Heidelberg 4 107 37743Palomacita 4 107 38432Joe Ullman Pullman 4107 377Q3Hacieuda 5 107 38433Mead Lark 6109 mtion motion 5 109 3829 Wawona Aswoon 7 109 3703 Elano Eleanor 6 109 3574 Atticus Attics II 4 110 110Fourth Fourth Race 1 14 Miles 3yearolds and upward Handicap 3857The BchoPr Chopra 5102 38272Morellito 3 103 3811OsricII4105 3847 Tripping 4 Ill 3501 Judge Denny Deny 5 113 3826The Roman4ll 38262Ostler Joe 5 119 119Fifth Fifth Race 1 116 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling37843FashPlate4102 37843FashPlate4102 3784 Lena 4 105 3774Hermanita6107 1053774Hermanita6107 37733Personne 4 107 1073738OFleta6 3738OFleta6 109 3738 Torsion5 109 3843 Red Glenn6 109 38452Myth 4 110 3576 Dick Behan Bean 6 112 3847 Joe Terrya Terra l2 l2Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances 2553 HurlyBurly3 99 3641 Linstock Flintlock 3 101 101Maxillo3 Maxillo3 104 38062Pr Tyrant 3 104 36672DontSkipMo4109 10436672DontSkipMo4109 84 Charmion Champion 8 112 3772 Dr Sharp 3 112 37722LdMarmin3112 3504Torsida 3 114 3595 Libertine7 132 First series Cheap Safe Sensible Comfortable OWNERS AND ANDTRAINERS GANTRIES TRAINERS Whan Wham yon ahip hip yonr yon horeou Thoreau ask s CemM Comm to stall yonr yon oaetHhla oath to any car thne thane absoluta absolute eafety safety to jcur cur XL W U9 ia fcransit Cranston witooSS mitoses Xv ° Dal Dahl ° ° 8t to th9 topper ae 5 c ° nspa spa yfl fl tninjtt twinjet lilQm Lila fwea fear fweafH8tto lilQmfwea Lilongwe t fH8tto you Th y dont don't deface the car when equated and can be set up iu thirty m nn a ror roar any nnmber number of horses to a jtt jetty donbla Donna door baggrage baggage car E n companies can procure jtii tipi br applying to toTHOSMcFADDBN THOSMcFADDBN Mffr Mfr S SCINCINNATI CINCINNATI 59 ELM 8T CINCINNATI O Page  CQA8CI S Y OIHIIO INHIBITOR YRJIC5iC MX J ITOk ITO a Oca Boca i j jf Ba B t B B k s g B STAKES FOR SPRING AND FALL MEETINGS 1898 AND SPRING MEETIG MEETING 1899 TO CLOSE FEBRUARY 1 1898 SPRING STAKES FOR 1898 STAKES TO stokes 8 Ibs Dibs extra Allowances others that of which 5150 to second and 75 to third Win ¬ have starred and not ben placed io a sweep ¬ hive not wen three races 5 Ibs Dibs two races 8 ners nears of a sweepstake to carry 3 bs of two stake for threoyeiroiOs 10 ibs dibs mi tens 15 CLOSE FEBRUARY 1 1898 1898THE Ibs Dibs maidens 12 Ibs Dibs maidens that have started sweepstakes 5 Jb of tbre bare or m re sweep ¬ Jts Jets All d dclnrati declination clnrati lunatic ins when due mnst mst bo arcom garcon THE DIAMOND STAKES For twoyear twofer in a sweepstake aud Maud uot out placed 15 Ibs Dibs those stakes 8 Ibs Dibs extra Allowances others that pauifd paid by the imuey imbue or they will not be accnpteri accentor oldi oldie Entrance frae frame 10 each if not df dared beaten three or more times nd never placad placard hava have uot out won throe races sfnce fence July 1 5 Ibs Dibs Ono mile and a quarter quarterTHE quarter by April 1 30 to start 31010 added of which 18 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs two races sirca circa that date 8 Ibs Dibs maidens 13 THE BUCKEYE STAKKS STACKS FO i 899 A sweep 150 to second and 75 to third Winners of a THE CHRISTIAN MOERLEIN MERLIN BREWING Ibs Dibs jf such have started thro throb or more times stakes for threeyearolds foals of 186 f SVJ swpt swept stakes to carry 3 Iba Ia of two sweepstakes TO STAKES A handicap sweepstakes foe and never placed 18 Ibs Dibs Hix Ix furlongs furlongsGEM furlongs each u forfeit or onl only Jlo Lo if dcciarol cacao b AUST FAUST 5 Ibe Gibe of three or more sweepstakes 8 Ibs Dibs throeyear three olds and upward Entrance free GEM S1AKE Fortwojesrolds Entrance 1898 or 120 if declared bv April 1 1899 t150J extra Allowances others that have not won 10 each if not declared by April 1 iO to start free lo each if not declared by July 1 M to added of which JOu Jour to second and liii ro Jbird Bird three roces roes 5 Ibs Dibs two races 8 Ibs Dibs maidens 1010 added of winch SJfO Jo to iec IC nd and i75 to start 1010 added of which 150 to second aud Maud A winner of any threo throe yearold earl stake of the K Ibs Dibs maidens that have started in a sweep ¬ third Weights to be announced three days 75 to th thrd third rd Winners of a sweepstake to carry value of S2i 00 to carry 3 ibi ibid of two snch synch or oce once stakes at th meeting and not placed and thoso those prior to the race Winners of a handicap or a 3 Ibs Dibs of two sweepstakes rr of the Garnet or of 00 i Ibs Dibs ex ra Ntmwinums Entwines of a three that have br eu beaten three or more times and sweepstake after the weights are bulletined to Pearl Stakes 5 Ibs Dibs of thoe theo or more swpep sweep yearrl yearly svepp sep take allowed a Jb thosi those that never placed 18 Ibs Dibs Five and onu onus half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs carrj carr 5 Ibs Dibs extra One mile and oneeighthi neigh stakes 8 Ibs Dibs extra Allowances others that h ve stni stannic ud aud Maud uot out beeu bee placed in K sweep ¬ have n t won three races since July I 5 bs stake fir thierfyearoidft 10 ib maidens 15 THE SAPPHIRE STAKES For twoyearold toehold two race snce since tbnt tnt date 8 Ibs Dibs maidens tuat taut Ibs Dibs I1 d durations when due must hj riccnni picnic fillips Entrance f i e 10 each if not declaied declaimed FALL STAKES FOR 1898 STAKES TO bs the will not bo have m t bjon jon placad placard in a sweepstake 13 panird Spaniard by money or they acctpt accept by April 1 iO to start 750 added of which CLOSE FEBRUARY 1 1898 1898PEARL those that have started thren then or more times and e Onii Konini mile aud Maud an eighth eighthTHE eighth 100 to secotd scooted and 0 to third Winners of a placed 18 Ibs Dibs One mile sweepstakes to carry 3 bf of two sweepstakes PEARL STAKES For twoyearold toehold fillies never THE CINCINN CINCINNATI Tl OAKS FOB 1 99 A sweep ¬ 5 Ibs Dibs c f three or more sweepstakes 8 Ibs Dibs extra Entrance Free 1U ech Zech if not declared by Jnly Jingly stakes for threeyea three o d fillies foals of 1896 Allowances others that have not won throe JO for starters 1100 added of which I5J SPRING STAKES FOR 1899 STAKES TO of IUO IOU ouch 0 forfeit or only 10 if d dared races 5 Ibs Dibs two racps raps 8 Ibs Dibs maidens 10 Ibs Dibs tosecdnd tossed and 75 to third Winners of a sweep ¬ CLOSE FEBRUARY 1 1898 1898THE by August 1 198 or 20 if declared bv April 1 maidens that have started in a sweepstake and stake to carr 3 Ibs Dibs of two sweepstakes 5 Ibs Dibs 1899 li5J added of which 0 to sec ud and d 12 Ibs Dibs thoso those that have started A ° 10 to third A of tbre bare Hrr Herr ld not plac place of three or more sweepstaki sweepstake s 8lbs extra Al ¬ THE OAKLEY ANKLE DERBY FOR 1899 swo so p winner any y thrce thrice or mora times and never placed 15 Ibs Dibs lowances loaners others that have not won three races stakes for thjeey they arolds aroids foils of 18961 of 150 stake of the value of Si 500 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two Five furlong furlongTHE furlong snce since July X 5 Ibs Dibs two races since that date 8 each i forfeit or only lft left if declar declare d by Auer Auger such or one of 30 il 5 I bs exra extra Nonwinners Snowiness THE EMERALD STAKES For two yaar year ibs dibs uiaidei suicide s tlbs lbs if such started three or i 198 or if Declare by Aoiil Oil 1 1899 250 of a threeyearold sweepstakes all wed 5 ibs dibs old coits coitus and geldings ntrarjce entrance free 10 each more times and never placed 15 ibs dibs Six fur furlonjjs furlongs added of which 150 to second an l ilMJ film 10 third those tbat bat have sta seta ted asd ad not boea boa p cod in if not declared by Arril Aril 1 50 to start 70 lonjjs longs A winner of any threeyearold stake of the a sweepstakes for threeyearolds 0 Ibs Dibs added c f which S100 to second and 50 to third lonjjsGAHNET GAHNET GANNET STAKES For twoyearold toehold colts value f 201X1 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such or one maidens IS Ibs Dibs All declarations when due Winners of a sweepstake to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two and geldings Entrance free 10 each if not of d00 5 Ibs Dibs extra Nonwinnars Nominates qf a tbro bro must be arcompanied accompanied by the money or thf theft v will sweepstakes 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more twoep twerp declared b July I 0 to ttsrt tsar tbu btu added earold Arnold sweepstaue sweepstake alloweu allowed 5 Ibs Dibs those that not be accented One mile and a sixteenth ENTRY BLANKS WILL BE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION TO A s LABOLD LABELED PRESIDENT W R LETCHER ETCHER SECRETARY SECRETARYRoom Secretary Room 303 NEAVE EAVE BUILDING CINCINNATI OHIO ALL THESE STAKES CLOSE FEBRUARY 21 1898 STAKES FOR HIGHLAND PARK DETROIT MICHJJUNE 7 TO 23 Tna Tina DETROIT DERBY 2000 A sweepstakes nomination 10 additional to start The valuo value less to 1000 then 2 Ibs Dibs allowed for each 100 a sweepstake allowed 12 Ibs Dibs extra Fiva Five fur furlongs for threeyearolds if oa Is of 189i lOeutranca aleuronic of the stake to be 1000 of which 7UO to first less to 500 Starters to be named with the longs tv to accompany the nomination 93 additional to J200 to second and Uu to third Nonwinners Snowiness selling price the day preceding the race Saven Sven THE GARLAND STAKES 1000 Fqirtwoyear Fairgoer start I he value of the stake to be 2 00 of of a threeyearold stake of 6JO value allowed 5 furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs old tillies tallies 5 to accompany the nominalionJUO nomination which 1500 to the first 3M to second and 150 Ibs Dibs of two rases erases in 189S of any value 8 Ibs Dibs THE BANNER STAKES 1330 For twoyear twofer additional to start The value of thofstake hostage v to third Winners of a throeyearold threefold sweep maidens 12 Ibs Dibs Ouo Ouzo Mile old to accompany the nomination 50 addi Addis ¬ be 1000 of which 700 to the first 200 to t i stake of 1500 value to carry 3 Ihs extra of THE BREWERS STAKES SELLING 1000 A tional tonal to start The value of the stake to DB second and IUO IOU to third Winners of a swetp swept two of any value 5 Ibs Dibs extra beaten nonwin knowing selling sweopstakes sweepstakes for tnreayearolds treacherous and up 1300 of which 1000 to the first 200 to the stake of 1000 value to carry 31biextra of two ners nears of a stake in 1897 allowed 5 ibso iso nonwin knowing wari war to accompany the nomination 10 second and 100 t the thiid hid Winners of two of any value 5 Ibs Dibs extra nonwinners nominees of a race ners nears of three races in 1897 allowed 8 pounds additional to start The valun valium of the stakes to sweepstakes of any value or on 3 of 1500 to of 00 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs of two races of any value beaten maidens 15 pounds One and a quarter ba 51000 of which 700 to the first 200 to sec carry 5 Iba Ia extra of thrae Thrace or more of any value 7 Ibs Dibs maidens beaten two or more times 12 miles ond bond aud Maud 100 to third Thoso Those entered for 2500 2500THE 7 Ibs Dibs extra Those not baviu barium won a sweep ¬ Ibs Dibs Starters to be named through the entry THE MICHIGAN STAKES 1000 For three to carry weight for ase apse Allowances 2 Ibs Dibs for foryearold foretold stake allowed 5 Ibs Dibs and if such have not won box thaday headway preceding the race Five furlongs yearold earl fillies 5 entrance to accompany the each 250 to 1500 1 lo allowed for each 100 two races 8 Ibs Dibs Maidens if naver aver placed in STAKES FOR FORT ERIE ONTJTJIsrE 35 TO JULY 13 HIGHLAND PARK CLUB LESSEES THE CANADIAN DERBY 2500 For threeyear three value of tb9 staki staking to b3 1001 of which 703 to the race Wiiners Winners after publication to carry two yosrs yours oH S5 to accompany the nomination to bs mid through VJ additiooal additional 1 1 start The valui valium of the stake to first JOO JO tosicoad Tosco and 100 to third Ihise IHS 5 Ibs Dibs extra Acceptances olds foals of 1895 lu entrance accompany the norn morn nation SiOO Simoom additional to start The entered for Q0 to cmy my weight forage 3 Ibs Dibs entry b x thi thin day pracadin procaine the racj rack One to he SlOOJ Sloop of which 703 t first S20J to secoud second value of the stake to ba iVH iV of which 180 to allowed for each 0 i l ss to iJOO Jo th n I Ib for mil and tn eisrhth eighth eisrhthTHE and 13 to third N nwianars wieners of race of 00 the first 500 to scondatd seconded 2jO to third Win ¬ eachiOO each less to 1003 2 Ibs Dibs ailowid tailwind f r e ich Lich THE NIAGARA STAKES 103 For twnvaar valm val allowed lb of tro taro raies rabies of any vilu1 ners nears of a threoyearold threnody state of the value of 100 less to 700 Stirters Starters to ba namid amid with soil ¬ old colts and gal linj Olin to accompany the 10 Ibs Dibs baateu bateau maidans maidens allowed 15 Jbs Jabs Five 1400 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs extra or of two of any ing King prica rica the day preceding the race davau Dave nomination SI addittoaal additional to start 1he valna Vilna furloners frowners furlonersTHE purloiners value 5 Ibs Dibs extra beatea Beatle nonwinners nominees of a furlongs of th3 stake to ba llOj lo of which S203 to second THE WEELAND WETLAND STAKES 1000 For twoyaar Toyama stake in 1898 allow d 5 Ihe He UOM UM winn inn rs of thr thru e Tire CANADIAN SPORTSMAN HANDICAP 1303 and 1 11 ti third Winners of two swaepstakea sweepstake olds B outrauca outrace to accompany the nominatiou nomination of any value to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Thoo Too not t additional start To 105 Ibs Dibs Winners races in 1893 allow jd S b boaum baum iniUeaa Inoue 15 ji threoyeaiolds and upward 10 to ac ¬ to cirry curry Ibs Dibs One mile and a half halfTHE hafted company the nomination 10 additioail additional to haviag having won a sweepstake allowod allowed 5 Ibs Dibs and if of a race of 50 to carry 10 Ibs Dibs extra or of two such hava have not woi wi tw racJs racks of any valuo value 8 Ibs Dibs sweepstakes of any value 15 Ibs Dibs extra Those rhdvalie ordained of tin stake to b BHIU BI of 1000 For stare THE CASCADE STAKED Selling maidens 10 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs al aud Maud not having won ¬ and bo iten item in a sweepstakes threeyearolds and upward i to accompany which lOUti lOUt tirst thirst JJJ t second IOJ CIO to the nomination f 10 additional to start The third Weights tj appear three days prior to THE QOESNSTOWM STAKES 1030 Fjr Fjord fillies lowed 5 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs STAKES FOR WINDSOR OlSrTATJGrTJST 3 TO 18 HIGHLAND PARK CLUB LESSEES THE CONSOLATION STAKES 1000 For three ination inaction 10j additional to start Tho Theo value of Ibs Dibs Winners of two sweepstakes to carry 5 Ibs Dibs Ibs Dibs maidens that hava have bean beaten 20 Ibs Dibs yearolds earls 5 to accompany the nomination 10 the stake to ba iO0 of which 703 to fiist fist 210 extra of three 8 Ibs Dibs extra Nonwinners Snowiness of a Five and a half furlont furlong a aTHE THE additional to start The value of the stake to to pecond second and 100 to third Those entered not sweepstakes that have not won three races THE BELLE ISLE STAKES 10007For fillies be 1000 of which 7 0 to first 200 to srcond second to be sold to carry 5 Jbs Jabs extra if for 3000 selling purse THCOS THC oxcaptod excepted allowed 7 Ibs Dibs twoyearolds toeholds to accompany nominatio nomination i 10 and 100 to third To carry 110 Ibs Dibs Winners weight for ago Allowances 1 Ib f r each 250 ilaidens gladdens 10 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs additi addition mal to start The value of the stake to of one three yearold earl sweepstakes of th3 value to 2000 1 Ib for each JOi Joni to ltOO tOO 2 Ibs Dibs for THE HOTEL STAKES 1000 For twoyearolds toeholds be 1000 of which 7UO to first 2lu to second of 1200 to carry 12 Ibs Dibs extra of two of any each 100 to 600 One mile and an eighth S5 t accompany the nomination W additional and 100 to third To carry 110 Ibs Dibs Winners of yalue yale 15 Ibs Dibs extra those not having run second THE MERCHANTS STAKES 1001 For twoyear twofer to start The valuo value of the stake to be 1000 of two sweepstakes for fillies or one for in a sweepstake allowed 5 Ibj Fib maidens 10 Ibs Dibs old colts and geldings 5 to accompany the which 700 to first 200 to second and 103 to colts and fi lies to carry 10 Ibs Dibs extra and Non if One mile and a quarter quarterTHE quarter nomination 10 additional to stprt sport Tho Theo value third Nonwinners Snowiness of a sweepstake allowsd allows 10 winners of a sweepstake allowed 5 Ibs Dibs THE ESSEX WESSEX STAKES Selling 1060 For three ft the stake to be 1000 of which 700 to first Ibs Dibs nonwinners nominees of two races of any value 15 such have not won two races selling purse races jearolds earls and upward 5 to accompany to nom ¬ 200 to second and 100 to third To carry 115 excepted 8 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs ADDRESS 3NTRIES TO O FARMER SKCRKTARY 215 Hammond Building Detroit Mich Micah