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SURPRISES FOR THE TALENT TALENTThe Talent The usual Monday crowd saw the off day card run off at Washington Park under a clear sky and on a very fast track The scratching of Souchon Soupcon and Cambrian in the second race Dunois Dubois in the third and Hurly Burly in the fifth forced men who had their favorites picked to transfer their allegiance elsewhere and gave the man with guessing caps to sell an oppor copper ¬ tunity unity to make some coal money for next winter winterThe wintertime The star event of the day was the meeting of Imp Algol and Abuse at 6 furlongs Satsuma and St Alfonses Alfonso D also being in the race but scarcely considered although Dr Rowells Rowels horse is known as a high class one and the win ¬ ner near of great stake races The unexpected happened and in the most sensational race of the meeting Satsuma getting away absolutely last ran over the others at the finish being rid ¬ den the short road and splendidly rated by Caywood Cawed winning from Algol the last few strides Abuse was third after having led the pack to the last sixteenth Imp was second until after the final quarter was reached but once in the stretch seemed to give up quickly N Turner was on her back and opening at 7 to 10 or shorter she went to the post with even money posted against her name Algol was backed strongly but the bookmakers kept 8 to 5 up for with the 7 to 1 Abuse they had a plight chance of losing 20 to 1 straight and 4 to 1 place was the price about Satsuma As the horses ran around the upper turn the remark was passed they cannot be running fast as there is St Alfonses Alfonso D in company and as Satsuma was lengths behind the latter any price could be had against his winning It looked like a case of Peytonia Petunia at Washington Park or of Lookout at Hawthorne the day he defeated Huron HuronTony Huron Tony Licalzis Localism Lady Ellerslio Sellers proved to be a pipe in the first Washington Park race as get ¬ ting off second to Canova Canoga Tommy Burns laid her along and came on and won when and how he pleased Somebody knew the Ladys Lays quality as she always ruled the favorite although her last start was at New Orleans Tenole Ennoble third running easily until Canova Canoga quit at the finish was second from Bing Being Binger Bringer who came fast on the end Fonclif Foci carrying the money of Louis Ezell Bezel and other horsemen fell at the post Blue Dan Daniel Blue Bells a 3yearold was backed from 100 down to 25 to 1 while Astor to show fell from 50 down to 20 to 1 Yuba Dams price was over rising risingHolland rising Holland named by owner J E Madden in honor of a wellknown welkin and popular Chicagoan was a pronounced favorite at 7 to 10 on the strength of his fourth in a stake race and had the hardest kind of a time to win He would have taken second money had not N Turner on Ned Wickes Wickets obligingly let Tommy Burns on Hol Holy ¬ land through next the rails at the turn for home Ned Wickes Wickets took command at the start Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts second and around the upper turn Holland two lengths behind was even then driving to hold his position All through the homestretch Burns used his flail unceasingly while Turner sat still as if there was nothing to it Those at the eighth post were suprised supervised when Hollands Holland number went up Vim anc banc Vinegar delayed the start running far at the breakaways breakawaysIndra breakaways Indra Indrawn shot out in front in third race and was never headed although brought to a drive close in by Charley Christy who alternated in sec ¬ ond bond and third position with Hohenzollern finally contented with third money Bishop Reed was second at the threeeighths post but gradually faded away only staying in company another eighth Mistral ran well through the homestretch J H C bled and was stopped at the upper turn turnUarda gurnard Uarda Guardia at once went to the front attended by Monk Wayman Cayman the pair being joined at the threeeighths by Our Chance Here Joe Shelby and Forte were several lengths behind the others Rounding the far turn the trailers moved up so that the five horses were fairly bunched at the last threeeighths and it looked I as if Uarda Guardia would win with Joe Shelby and Forte second and third Willie Martin made play with Forte midway the straight where Uarda Guardia was leading by a clear length but so far rom lotting looting him go by Clawson Lawson who had been playing possum rallied Monk Wayman Cayman soon aooked cooked up with Uarda Guardia and the pair drove home locked Clawson Lawson on the outside gave Thorpe little chance to whip and the decision gave the race to Monk Wayman Cayman by a nose Forte third was not very close up Martins ride on Dunnes Dunes liorso liars was criticised criticized by form players who had invested on Forte as a cinch for the place The horse probably lost his speed by the mile and a quarter race of July 5 when he ran a crack ¬ ing King second to Alvarado Allargando II Monk Wayman Cayman who is a stable companion to The Devil was heavily backed for place at 2 to 1 1Mary Mary Black finally lived it out and won away off This filly has been racing in front then dying away and each start more nearly reach ¬ ing King the goal At her last essay she came clear in to the betting ring and there cried move up the judges stand Yesterday was the day for her to stick it out and she lan Tartarian Agrarian to a standstill and then galloped to the wire Liber Libber ¬ tine led the back bunch and finished third Smart money mufct mufti have gone on Mary Black as close to the post Ed Austin refused Paragon Joe a 50 bet at 12 to 1 1A A Mr Drake a business man and club man of this city wagered 200 at 20 to 1 on Mary Black with James OLeary O'Leary and is said to have won other large bets on the race OLearys O'Leary clerks were along while busy in paying off after other bookmakers had closed up shop but as the Stock Yards layer of odds had in 5000 on the race it is not likely that he suffered largely largelyQov largely Qov Ova or Red Todd an old soldier of the civil war a man carrying mementos of that affair in the shape of leaden bullets has retired from the race track where he had been a char ¬ acter acuter for thirty years and gone to his Michigan farm to recuperate Todd was known on the trotting turf many years ago as the owner of Monarch Jr JrW Jar W A Smith who trains horses for J B Gentry A L Ferguson Talbot Bros Brows Jas Jabs Smith and John P Qivens Givens came in from Cincinnati with six head the best of the lot being Three Bars Cyclone II and John Bright BrightNew Brighten New arrivals W F Schulte Schultz President Louisville Jockey Club Kid Rogers the plunger Harry Laudeman Laundryman Hops brother Gary Applegate Appellate who said W E would come later on and John Troy TroyFonclif Trifocal Fonclif Foci was thought to be a winner by Pat Dunne the horse having worked in 1 14 After passing the starter Fonclif Foci stumbled slipped his bridle and threw Jockey Hewitt who for ¬ tunately truncate escaped injury injuryStarter interstate Starter Dwyer is at the starting gate at 11 oclock o'clock a m Wednesdays and Saturdays for the purpose of schooling green twoyearolds toeholds and bad actors actorsToday actors Today in the paddock at Washington Park just before the first race Wm McQuigan Michigan will sell at public auction Bannockburn Bannock and Ben Hadad Add HadadP Adapt P A Brady once a prominent bookmaker was at the track This is my first appearance of the season said he I am completely lost Canova Canoga was backed because of working as well as Melter Smelter Riley Grannan Granada played Indra Indrawn and Monk Way ¬ man He saved what money he had on Abuse by putting 100 on Satsuma SatsumaB Satsuma B J Johnston has still several horses for sale He is determined to clean up and get out of the racing business businessLouis business Louis Ezell Bezel won 800 on Mary Black and Kid Roche Broche is credited with winning 2000 on the day dayThe date The tip was that Lady Ellerslio Sellers had worked threequarters treasurers in 13i Great Western Weights. GREAT WESTERN WEIGHTS WEIGHTSYesterday Weightiest Yesterday Secretary Howard published bis bias allottment allotment of weights for the important Great Western Handicap to be run next Saturday The imposts are skilfully skillfully adjusted and it seems that a smashing good field should go to the post foi foci what may be a record breaking contest at a mile and a half Macy Marcy Imp The Roman Boanerges Beaneries Wont Dance What Er Lou Judge Denny Deny Ace Dunois Dubois Morte Mote Fonse Fosse Goodrich Bangle Fonsavannah and Al Fresco are all in on as good terms as their owners could reason ¬ ably ask in view of their performances this season and from this lot the field may be ex j peeled mainly to come The weights are as follows Flying Dutchman 126 Geyser 120 On Deck 120 Semper Simper Ego Fleur Flour de Lis Lisa LisImp Islip 117 Macy Marcy Imp 115 The Roman Kings Counsel CounselCarnero Counselor 112 Boanerges Beaneries Carnero Caner 111 Wont Dance What er Lou 108 Algol Dr Sheppard 108 Installator Installation DennyAce Deny Judge Denny Deny 107 LieberKarl Liberal Ace 105 Dunois Dubois Tom Cromwell 104 Estaca Staccato Joe Ullman Pullman UllmanCandelaria 104 Morte Mote Fonse Fosse Candelaria Candelabra 104 Collins Goodrich 102 Lobengula Globing Borgia Borg 102 Paul Kauvaf Kava Donna Rita 101 Dare II Cavalry 100 Eddie Jones Fonsavannah 100 Presbyterian Schiller Chiller 100 Linstock Flintlock Bangle 99 Blanton Baton Buckvidere Duckier 97 Milwaukee Al Fresco 96 Midian Indian Bing Being Binger Bringer 94 Twinkler Winkler Alleviate 93 Cant Dance CSBush 90 Marcato Mercator Chalfoute Charlotte 90 Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Owing mainly to Jean Beraud Bead Sidney Paget Page heads the winning owners at Sheepshead Shepherd Bay with a total won of 21130 Other leading win ¬ ning Ming stables were those of Marcus Daly Dally 20710 M F Dwyer 11015 Rogers Rose 7100 Fleischmann Freshman Sons 6315 Bromley Brome Co 6285 W C Daly Dally 6050 P J Dwyer 5700 and George E Smith 3285 3285One One of the star attractions in Easton Cos Coos Chicago sale Wednesday is a grand looking bay colt by Wagner out of Miss Hight High dam of Ottyanna Ottawa Miss Emily Passover and McAllis Challis ¬ ter tear by Longfellow LongfellowJockey Longfellow Jockey Tod Todd Sloan has so far recovered from his recent severe sickness that he has gone to the Adirondacks hoping to be in condition to resume riding at the opening of the Saratoga meeting meetingJ meeting J J Marklein Marlin has shipped George B Cox Millstream and Voyageur to Saratoga where he will race until the fall meeting at Latonia Antonia bfgins begins bfginsThe biggish The bunch of yearlings purchased by Messrs Messes J W Schorr Scorer Son from Colonel W 3 Barnes are being broken at Melbourne Farm FarmJean Farmhand Jean Beraud Bead has gone into retirement at Holmdel Homely for a rest until the Sheepshead Shepherd Bay autumn meeting meetingPrevious meeting Previous was very badly injured in his race on Thursday and may nc t face the starter again this season I Jimmy McCormick's Ideas. JIMMY McCORMICKS McCORMICK IDEAS James McCormick the trainer for Burns Waterhouse Warehouse dates back to the early days of tho thou Dwyers Dyers He was first prominent as a steeple ¬ chase jockey riding Problem and other good horses He was the assistant of James Rowe when this latterday Latter-day starter and presiding judge at race tracks was the trainer of Rhadaman Headsman thus the first racehorse of quality ever owned by the Dwyers Dyers a firm of brothers who after ¬ ward became the most prominent of American turfmen Turkmen but later on dissolved the senior mem memo ¬ ber beer M F being given the credit of running racing in the east through his methods of man ¬ aging race tracks tracksJimmy tracks Jimmy McCormick is an interesting person ¬ ality alit In size he is a small man with a weather beaten countenance A New York sampleroom sampler keeper of the lower strata once turned Jacob Schaefer the great billiardist billiards around and around and says he Schaefer for what you are you are the most insignificant man I ever met The same remark might have applied to McCormick But Jimmy is a man up to all matters of his trade as horse trainer and in his many years on the turf as owner of race horses has demonstrated the ability to bring a thoroughbred to the post in prime condition conditionSome conditions Some seven years ago in and around New York he was the handler of some forty horses owned by different men and he quit the east simply because when he won a race from some one of the Four Hundred there was sure to be a great hue and cry about inandout inland run ¬ ning Ming Jimmy Rowe recommended McCormick to Colonel Burns and for some years ho has been the manager for this great capitalist and mining man of SanFrancisco who with his part ¬ ner near desires to own horses that can win Tnere Terre is no string on McCormick who can buy or lease any horse he fancies fanciesSpeaking fanciness Speaking of turf matters in general Jimmy had to say Down east the race tracks are making lots of money even more than in the old days At Brooklyn recently I saw sixty bookmakers working in the free field These gentry pay 20 per day each and this amounting to 1200 materially helps out the association Maybe seventyfive seventy regular bookmakers pay 75 apiece and the general admission is 2 I understand the Brooklyn meeting cleared up 60000 Outside of New York and Chicago tho thou greatest racing point is San Francisco where in Ingleside Ingles and Oakland are two of the finest tracks in America and when accommodations for horses and horsemen aie aide considered maybe they are the finest in the world Speaking of the starting machine he said When it was first introduced in California horses were made to come up and breast the barrier thus all get ¬ ting away on equal terms The shout that arose July 4 at Washington Park over Samp Scamp ¬ sons victory was but a counterpart of that heard in California at the first trial of the start ¬ ing King machine all tho thou horses moving off together But lately the machine might as well be dispensed with as the good jockeys monkey around and will not consent to get ¬ ting away on level terms with the pickaninnies picayunish up on outsiders The conse cone ¬ quence quenched especially where a recall flag is used is that your crack jockey comes up with a rush and if not off in front immediately takes back sure of not being left at tho thou ost cost Starters play favorites that is they are sure to give the ani anis ¬ mal owned byiffitrack stockholder or prominent turfman Truman the best of the start or it not an oven thing and for as good as either a poor horseman may whistle whistleStarters whistles Starters know what the favorite is in most cases and are apt to favor the horse the money CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE JIMMY MCCORMICKS MCCORMICK IDEAS Continued from 1st Page is on This is wrong for a man game enough to play a 100 to 1 shot ought to be given an equal chance Now as to in and out running a mark is always made of some poor devil when re ¬ versals vestals have stirred up the press Did anyone ever see such cavorting as that of Don dOro Dora and Octagon Mr Belmonts Belmont horses last season Of course they were both sulkers sulkier and would run your eye out one day and be nowhere the next Still nothing was said but if an in ¬ ferior fernier man had owned this stable he would have been thrown over the fence There are a lot of reporters in the east and I suppose elsewhere who roast turfmen Turkmen continually These men are sore simply because of losing a two dollar bill the size of the bet of an average reporter The turf degener degeneracy ¬ ates Bates simply because the blame of inconsistent racing is placed wrongly The judges make a grand stand play call up the jockey and get a squad of suckers to cheer when whip and spurs are ordered on some nervous horse who then jumps over the fence fenceI fence I never knewjthe knew judges to call up the book ¬ maker and ask him whether or not he had on spurs and whip By the way jockeys and trainers must needs have licenseswhy licenses not book ¬ makers It is a well known fact that the class of this fraternity is none too high They should be made to prove their honesty before taking up the chalk and rubber To change the subject One of the first and best animals I ever owned was Firefly givonjme given by the elder Bel Belo mont He won some 108 races for me so I pen ¬ sioned sinned him and now he ambles around a lovely farm on the Hudson River carrying my friends two little girls on his back I could have sold him for 7fcO to race at Gloucester but the old boy dont don't like heavy going and I couldnt couldn't bear to have him beaten beatenBob beaten Bob Walden who is ever at the Hahnemann Hanuman Hospital is the favorite son ofjW of Walden the chief trainer of the Morris family The father is one of the loldest boldest and most prominent j trainers in the country and has a gar 1 den spot of a place at Middleburg Middlebrow Maryland Here is a training ground unequaled The Morris horses were sent there from Sheepshead Shepherd Bay and will next be seen at Saratoga Wynd Yond ham Walden is a wealthy man and in this fam fame ¬ ily idly Americans can see that which is common in England where trainers and even jockeys have been so for generations and are men of refine ¬ ment meant culture and wealth wealthMy wealthy My six head of youngsters are now at Haw ¬ thorne thorn We left the old horses that had raced all winter to recuperate in California I may go to Saratoga where under the Walbaum Album ad ¬ ministration new stand and buildings have j been erected so that now it is a hard place to beat for beauty The only place I know of that can hold a candle with Horse Haven as to fitting a horse is Milwaukee and I hope to see racing there soon Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY BEFLEOTION DEFLECTION OF THE AMERICAN TUBF TUB BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH UAlLY AlLY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOR F H BBUNELL 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SALE OF GREATJRACE RETRACE HOUSES HOUSESOn Houses On July 20 promptly at 11 a m Woodard Woodward Shanklin Shackling will sell at Washington Park race course a number of highclass highlands horses including the entire string of that successful firm Baker Gentry such as Simon W by odds the best handicap horse in the country Uarda Guardia Oaks winner Hanlight Fanlight Hardy Pardee Parsee and other good winners of stakes and purses At the same time T W Coulter will sell his entire racing stable and a choice list from the stable of H Eugene Leigh will be offered for sale Six horses belonging to W H Rogers are to be sold including Sister Ella and Cynthia H B J Johnston will also sell Sutton Serena Terra Cycha Cycad Little Alarm Chenier Chancier ch c 3 by Robespierre Prophesier or Jils Jails Johnson Agnes Muldrew Mildew brother to Rudolph and Scotch Girl ch f 2 by Terra Cotta Hot Scotch At M Youngs Young last sale in New York a colt out of Hot Scotch sold for 3100 A few additional entries will be accepted if of class See W T Woodard Woodward at Washington Park or address Woodard Woodward Shank ¬ lin Olin Lexington Ky Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TTJKF The ranks of the freakishly named horses on the turf have lost a shining light and one of their members has joined the silent majority of thoroughbreds Whats Hats It To You a 3year old gelding by Forester Maggie Moore that raced once at Latonia Antonia recently dropped dead It was reported that he stumbled over his name while galloping and the fall killed him in ¬ stantly scantly Klttio Kiltie Lick The Ladle Can I Forget You We Know It Ninety Cents Wheel In The Head and many more creations of disordered brains will mourn the loss of their worthy brother Whats Hats It To You Cincinnati Com ¬ mercial Mercian Tribune Washington Park Pooling. WASHINGTON PARK POOLING POOLINGLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE KY July 11 Tonights Tonight pooling on Tuesdays Washington Park fields is First Race Hurly Burly 15 Eight Bells 10 Our Gertie Erie 8 Ferroll Ferro 8 Flon Felon Flon Felon 5 Peg Parks 5 5Second Second Race White Frost 10 Miss Gussie Gussied 8 Hampden Hempen 8 Mazo Matzo 6 Charley Christy 6 Candleblack Candlewick 5 Hindoonet Himont 3 3Third Third Race W Overton Overtone and Cathedral 20 Jolly Roger 18 Toluca Toucan 18 Olinthus Plinths 12 Black Venus 10 Bill Anthony 10 Ailyar Halyard 8 Lobos 6 Gold Fox 5 5Fourth Fourth Race Morte Mote Fonse Fosse 25 Floronso Florins 18 Kriss Kiss Kringle Cringle 8 Dorothy III 6 Roger B 6 Official 5 5Fifth Fifth Race Macy Marcy 25 The Devil 15 The Manxman Mamma S15 Traverser Traverse 12 Floronso Florins 10 St. Louis Form. ST LOUIS FOBM FOB ST Louis Mo July 11 The form of Tues ¬ days Fair Grounds fields is isFirst misfires First Race Red Pirate Jerry Hunt George Dunnett Dunne Second Race Dr Bernays Betrays Demosthenes Remoteness Miss Floride Fluoride Third Race Verify Lady Callahan Xalissa Oxalises XalissaFourth Fourth Race Forbush Forbes Jackanapes Guide Rock Fifth Race Seaport Beau Monde Benvidere Envier BenvidereSixth Belvederes Sixth Race Montgomery H S Tobacco Sorrow St. Louis Entries. ST LOUIS ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Selling Age Wt Hdcp Dc 7064 Blenheim Blenching 103 10370642Geor 620 70642Geor e Dunnett Dunne 103 630 7034 La Fayetto Falsetto 103 640 6910 Tobe Toe Payne 103 615 6997 Mr Brookwood Boxwood 103 630 6847 Jerry Hunt 103 645 6505 Red Pirate 103 650 7034 Easter John 100 600 Second Race 1 310 Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 7061 Upsand Upland Downs 3 107 6078 Frank Sisman Simian 3 104 70603Demosthenes 4 101 6995 Massacre 3 104 70613Dr Bernays Betrays 3 104 7061 LauraMay Laura 3 102 70602Miss Floride Fluoride 3 102 Third Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 6965 Travis 5 110 69942King Gold 6 110 4974 Tramp 11 107 69453Lady Callahan 4 105 70302CountFonso 4 105 6443 Dewdrop 5 105 6673 Judge Stouffer 4 105 6965 HarrieFJoyd Harried 4 103 1469 Groganette Groaner 4 103 67602Fourth Ward 3 100 7030 Attainment 3 100 68183Xalissa 3 96 4450 Wiggins 3 96 7030Verify 3 96 6965 Randazzo Rwanda 3 99 Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances 7090 Forbush Forbes 96 7032Gnide Rock 97 69642Libation 97 70632 Jackanapes 97 Fifth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds Selling 5677 Aberegate Abrogate 112 6762 George T Todd 112 6818 Prompto Prompt 112 5919 Benvidere Envier 112 6964 Seaport 112 7030 KingOscar Kings 112 70612 Beau Monde 112 6560 Fusino Fusion 109 66763Bequeath 109 6762 Bill Jackman Packman 109 7062 Kings Pawn 109 6224 Barbee Barbered 109 7033 Imperious 109 70293Reefer 107 6963 Livadia Livonia 107 Sixth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling70312Montgomery 70312Montgomery 5 107 70622 HS Tobacco 4 108 6942 Mitchell 41C8 69913Qrgan Pilot 4 105 6945Siddubia 5 105 6967 Sorrow 3 95 Fort Erie Form. FORT ERIE FORM FORMBUFFALO BUFFALO N Y July 11 The form ot Tues ¬ days Fort Erie fields is First Race South Africa Forseen Foremen Dave S SSecond Second Second Race Annowan Annoyance Amah Keen WinHe Wine WinHeThird Winchester Third Race Judge Quigley Ten Pins Tony Honing HoningFourth Honing Fourth Race Ben Viking Martimas Martians Prince Plausible PlausibleFifth Plausible Fifth Race Lanky Bob Our Johnny Beau Ideal Fort Erie Entries. FORT ERIE ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Horses70662Jesse Age Wt Hdcp Dc 70662Jesse 6 112 675 7038 Nimrod Imo 5 112 685 63462South Africa 5 110 700 70663DaveS 4 107 690 6858Our Bishop 7005VForseen 6977 Faustonic Faustian 7039Earl Fonso Fonts 6927 Skillman Skill 7005 Mirth 7066 Maximo Maxim Gomez 7037 Belle of St Glair Lair Glair70372Annie 70372Annie Lauretta Laurent 6888 Cyclone Second Race 4 2yearolds Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Dc 70063 Annowan Annoyance 113 675 67570923Fred 70923Fred Perkins 113 660 6832 Jim Lick 113 645 645Happy Happy Knack ch c by Faver Aver dale or Kinglike Knick Nick KnickKnack Knack 113 6602 Reed 113 630 630Floridian Floridian ch c by Tristan Dristan Pensacola Pentacle 113 7094 Heroics 110 685 6802 Keen Winkle 110 665 7006 Lealll 110 65o 7067 Gavotte 110 64n 5197 Tut Tutu Tut Tutu 110 65s 7092 Amah 110 67n Third Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wet 7095 Onalaska Koalas r 5 109 10970402Tony 70402Tony Honing 4 107 6951 Lauretta Laurent D 6 J04 7040 Stray Step 4 104 10470403Belzara 70403Belzara 4 102 7010 Bon Jour 3 loo lobo 7009 Judge Quigley 3 NO 7039 Quack Quack 4 98 6801 Tom Hughes 4 98 1383 Henchman 3 97 9770373Lord 70373Lord Farandole Farad 3 97 6951 Pearl d 92 9270102Ten 70102Ten Pins 3 89 8970392t3craps 70392t3craps 3 85 Fourth Race 58 Mile MileNiagara Millennia Niagara Stakes 2yearolds Allowances Allowances692i 692i Wartimes 118 11870083fien 70083fien Viking 110 6979 Canuck Amuck 108 10861172Prince 61172Prince Plausible 108 10870943Record 70943Record 108 108Fifth Fifth Race 1 18 Miles 3yearolds and upward Allowances 7068 Our Johnny 4 115 7070Lanky Bob 3 105 69263 Beau Ideal 5 102 7093 Trivoli Tripoli 4 102 70933Sue Kittie Kitties 6 100 7040 Victorine Victorian 3 95 AN ably written treatise on Horse Racing or r the Art of Making Money at the Race Track will be mailed free to readers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM on application to the publishers A F Vithe Lithe Co 720 Consolidated Exchange Building Chicago It is illustrated with fifteen art halftones of Ed Bodoys Body celebrated racing studies It is the most compact bit of horse lore we have ever seen and gives in a nutshell the gist of a lifes lifers experience among the thor ¬ oughbreds outbreed Every racegoer racketeer will find it highly instructive and very enjoyable reading COMMISSIONS ON FOREIGN RACES RACESTHE RACIEST THE UNDEESIGNED UNDERSIGNED WILL FOBWABD FLOWED TO EESPON ESP BIBLE BOOKMAKEES BOOKMAKERS AT THE BACE ACE TEACKS TACKS IN INNEW SINEW NEW YORK CINCINNATI AND ST LODIS LOIS LODISANY LODI ANY SUM OF MONEY NOT LESS THAN 500 THAT MAY BE LEFT WITH US ONE HOUB HUB PBIOB BIB TO THE OPENING OF THE EACE3 BUDD BUD WHITE CO 167 Dearborn St Room 301 BOSTON OYSTER HOUSE MADISON AND CLARK STREETS LUXURIANT IN FITTINGS FITTINGSCDISINE FITTINGS CDISINE DISINTER UNEXCELLED EVERYTHING SERVICE THE BEST IN SEASON A HM Class Modern Restaurant MODERATE B r WELTY WETLY PRICES MANAGES ED AUSTIN WASHINGTON PARK TRACK OFFICE U24 AUDITORIUM ANNEX HOURS 10 TO 12 A M Page  Washington Park Form Chart. WASHINGTON PARK FORM CHART CHARTCHICAGO CATCHING CHICAGO ILL July 11 Fourteenth day Washington Park Club Summer Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge C H Pettingill Petting Starter Richard Dwyer Racing starts at 2 30 D m Soiling1J iTQ iQ FIRST RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Soiling1 J t O 400 added net value to winner 440 10 entrance 75 to second 25 to third tnd tend Horses Wt St Yt Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 693 LADY ELLERSLIE WELLESLEY 98 6 2 K 23 114 124 T Burns T Licalzi Laical 3 3 135X 7014 TENOLE TENABLE 105 74 3U 3H 31 2i Rutter Ruttier James Curl 5757 5576 BING BIG BINGER BINGE 108 3 44 44 4 K 34 Clawson Lawson T E Barrett Barrette 10 10 8 10 5983 CANOVA CANVAS 103 4 li I 21 4U H Martin W K Cleveland 5544 5982 MILLIE M 103 10 9 82 71 52 McNickle Canticle C E Brossman Grossman 15 15 15 15 7014 DOUSTERSWIVEL DUSTERS 107 9 624 5 5 6U C Sloan John Call 7 10 5 10 7044 4646c6261LUCY YUBA DAM 105 2 7 7 81 75 Everett E Brown 4646 c6261LUCY BELLE 103 51 5i 6 64 88 NTurner Turner LS Williams Co 15 30 15 30 5608 BLUE DAN 103 INK 8 95 95 93 Barrett Barrette W H McCorkle Cockle 10010020 25 6932 ASTOR 100 SNK SANK 10 10 10 10 Kitley Kirtle LckhartRedmn200 200 200 200 6462 FONCLIF FANCIFUL 108 Fell Hewitt J E Gushing 10 12 8 12 12Time 14Winner Time 124 241 49 1 01i 1 14 MinniePost Minnie Winner Ch f 3 by Knight of Ellerslio Sellers Little Minnie Post 3 minutes Start good Won easily the next three were driving Lady Ellerslie Wellesley was never fully extended She got away flying and had speed to loan Thib Thai filly had worked better than 1 14 and on the strength of this she was heavily played Judgine Judging from the way she won she can show well in better company Tenole Ennoble ran a better race today Evidently he likes Rutters Utters way of riding Bing Being Binger Bringer ran a good race He seemed to sulk though most of the route Canova Canoga has a lot of spe spec d but is a coward He is credited with a workout of 1 13i and was well played Millie M and Dousterswivel Dusters wore both interfered with when Fonclif Foci fell The latter ran away two miles before being caught Yuba Dam had no excuses and ran a bad race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Millbrae Millrace 108 Flo Floe Honeydew 98 Sister Adele 103 Overweights Overweighs 103Overweights Dousterswivel Dusters 4 pounds r7r7 A SECOND RACE 58 Mile 2jearolds Allowances I J 6 rfc rc 5400 S400 added net value to winner 370 10 entrance 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St MY K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6984 HOLLAND 104 24 33 3 2NK IN T Burns J E Madden 71071035710 6929 NED VVICKES VICKERS 108 INK 14 11 J 2f N Turner E O Pepper 10 12 10 12 6983 575769832STAMINA TU LLA LA FONSO FONTS 101 41 2t 2 34 31 Barrett Barrette J Huffman Co 5757 69832STAMINA 34VIM 107 3 45 415 450 41000 Sloan Duke Wishard Wished 4 5 34 34 VIM AND VINEGAR101 5 5 5 5 5 H Martin James Whitten Whiten 30 50 30 40 011Winner Time 40Time 121 24J 36 48i 1 011 KatnnaPost Catnaps Winner Ch c by Hanover Katnna Aetna Post 12 minutes Start fair Won in a long hard drive of two third eased at the end It was a very close finish and Holland won simply through the action of a nod He is a good game colt and earned the victory Burns was driving him from the threeeighth polo home He seems to be a loafer will favor a route and needs strong handling Ned Wickes Wickets was away flying and had a lot of speed He hung on gamely too when the pinch came It was only in the last few strides that Turner drew his whip The boy is a strong hand rider though and rode a good race Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts acted badly at the post and ran about her race Stamina was hard ridden all the postScratched PostScript way He never could get up Vim and Vinegar threw Martin on the way to the post Scratched Souchon Soupcon 110 Cambrian 118 Overweights Overweighs 118Overweights Stamina 3 pounds rTrT retort r THIRD RAGE 1 Mile and 70 Yards 3yearolds and upward Selling thirdInd third I j t Q 500 added value to winner 540 10 entrance 75 to second and 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St M H M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 704J2INDRA 104 2 13 12112 jij jai 12 Clawson Lawson W M Rogers 4444 444469862CHARLY 69862CHARLY CHRISTY 104 INK 314 2NK 2NK 32 21 T Burns J W SchorrSon Scorers 3 3 21 21 69b43HOHENZOLLERN 103 6 4NK 32 35 2NK 31 Barrett Barrette W Boots Son 8877 70153MISTRAL II 107 S K 82 74 64 65 4 Caywood Cawed Earnshaw Earns Bros Brows 5 5 4 5 6040 MARTIN K 97 7NK 714 5n 44 44 5 W Jones P T Kelly 100200100200 7046 MUSKALONGE MUSKELLUNGE 100 9 61 6NK 74 51 68 Everett F M Arthur 10 30 10 30 66293BISHOP REED 100 4 2 4NK 5i 71 74 H Martin J Rodegap Bodega 7878 5662 BROTHER FRED 94 5 8 8 8 8 ERobertsonJohn Robertson Call 100 300 100 300 70443J H C 105 81 9 Bled Thorpe W H May Son 5544 Time 5544Time 24 49 1 14i 1 40i 1 44i HindpoJuanitaOff Winner 44iWinner Br h 7 by HindpoJuanita Off at first break to a good start Won mildly driven second third and fourth driving hard Indra Indrawn was the best This race plainly showed he should have won his last out Clawson Lawson got the horse away flying and rated him nicely in front He was tiring some though at the finish Charley Christy was right there all the way Ho made a ftrong strong bid in the stretch and about the eighth pole looked as though he would catch Indra Indrawn He tired though at the end Hohenzollern ran a good race under a poor ride Mistral II had bad luck in the race He was sharply cut off on the first turn and could never pet through He is a slow beginner and likes a route J H C bled and was pulled up Bishop Reed had some speed Martin K ran a good race He was out ¬ classed though Scratched Dorothy III 99 Dunois Dubois 102 Inconstancy 92 Roger B 98 Teutonna Teutonic 92 92r r TX VTT VT FOURTH RAl3E i Mi7e7 3 year olds Allowances 4 J 9 O Purse 500 net value to winner 470 10 entrance 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A Yt K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6864 MONK WAYMAN ARYAN 112 SH 2 3 31124 IN Clawson Lawson TFSelleS Fuselages 7 8 7 T 695I3UARDA 107 2 INK li u INK 25 Thorpe Baker Gentry 7107103535 63312FORTE 710710353563312FORTE 112 5 5 5 5 44 3K W Martin P Dunne 2 24 2 24 69313 JOE SHELBY 112 4 4n 4 4n 5 41 C Sloun Sloan Thomas Williams 12 15 12 15 7011 OUR CHANCE 107 1 38 2U 2i 3 5 H Martin JohnHuffmanCol2 30 12 30 Time 30Time 25J 50 116141 BellePost Belle Winner 116141Winner B c by Major Richards Blue Belle Post 7 minutes Start good Won in a long hard drive It happened to bo Monk Waymans Caymans turn to have his nose in front The next stride past the wire Uarda Guardia was in front The finish was a very close and well contested one Monk Wayman Cayman is game Clawson Lawson was at work on him the last three furlongs and put up a very strong finish The entire field swung wide into the stretch It looked foolish for Thorpe to pull out on the turn He was in front and seemed to be easiest Uarda Guardia wanted to stop all the last sixteenth She just staggered past the wire running Forte hardly ran his race Joe Shelby was short on early speed and could never get up Ho can do better than this too tooScratched Scratched Pingree Pongee 112 Fbnsavannah 112 H 1 H FIFTH RACE G 14 Furlongs 3yaaroIds and upward Allowances 0 9 4 Purse 500 net value to winner 480 10 entrance 75 to second 2 Ind Indo Horses Wt St H H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C SJ512SAT8UMA 109 4 K 55 5 INK Caywood Cawed H E Rowell Roswell 8 20 8 6955ALHOL 117 2 K SH 3u NK 211 T Burns J W Schorl Scholl Son 85 95 75 8 5 M12 ABUSE 119 INK 12 12 1143 H Martin Foster Bros Brows 6767 70421MP 112 31 2 K 2 K 311 410 NTurner Turner D R Harness 7101 351 25862ST 35125862ST ALFONSES ALFONSO D 98 5 41 48 41 5 Everett F M Arthur 15 200 15 200 Time 200Time 24 49 1 13i 1 17 Winner 17Winner Ch h 6 by Macduff Mac Albertha Alberta AlberthaPost Alberta Post 10 minutes Start good Won driving but with something left at the end second third and fourth doing choir best Satsuma was a good horse today He was nicely ridden too Caywood Cawed waited patiently until the stretch was reached and then came through on the rail with a rush Watch tnis Tunis fellow in any company from now on Algol ran a good race He was well 1 ridden but is not good enough to beat Satsuma when the latter is fresh Abuse had a sharp turn of speed He was a trifle short though and tired badly in the last seventy yards This race will put him on edge again Imp seemed to have dulled since her sharp race with Macy Marcy on Saturday The filly had some speed but could not carry it along This was hardly her race She cannot give Satsumd Satsuma ten pounds though and beat him himScratched hemstitched Scratched Abe Furst Furs 107 Dave Waldo Weald 108 Huny Hun Burly 100 SIXTH RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 400 added net value to winner 400 10 entrance 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St H M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L c 7015 MARY BLACK ACK CK 98 14701DTARTARIAN 11 14 12 ie li 10 j Reiii E Wishard Wished 12 15 10 10 701DTARTARIAN 105 4 47i 23 25 23 25 H Martin T H Ryan 75 95 75 91 7i 14LlBERTINE 110 2H 2H70162MELTER 41 SNK SANK 32 324 H Shields J G Brown Co 4 5 4 5 70162MELTER 106 7 5 K 7 7 4u Thorpe W H Laudeman Laundryman 21 21 2 2 6 10 KING BERMUDA 100 54 54J0143LONE 7 6 51 SNK SANK Everett W H Snarley Snare 50 50 50 50 J0143LONE PRINCESS 103 SN SNK SANK 3 SNK SANK 50SNK 4H 414 62 52 6NK 6K Kitloy Kitley Kilo Kirtle G Lanka 15 25 15 25 6779 WH1TCOMB 105 6 61 64 S K 414 7 Caywood Cawed H E Rowell Roswell 7766 Time 7766Time 24 471591 113 Wiflnor Wifelier SongstressPost Songsters 113Wiflnor B f 3 by Islington Wilmington Songstress Songsters Post 6 minutes Start good Won easily second and third were doing their best Mary Black is a very speedy filly She has been in the habit of stopping after going five furlongs but she went the route nicely and did not seem to be the least distressed today She raced her on own courage too The boy who rode her is too small to be of any help Tartarian Agrarian could never get up He ran his race and was played too Libertine is rounding to Melter Smelter ran below the mark He was short on early speed and cau au do better The last four horses finished in a bunch close together The winner was run up to 1305 and bought in George Morphy Morph of Mexico was the runner up upScratched unscratched Scratched Cash Day 108 Afamada Alameda 98 Hindoonet Himont 103 Overweights Overweighs 103Overweights Libertine 2 pounds Meitor Mediator 3 Brighton Beach Form Chart. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM CHART CHARTBRIGHTON CHARTERING BRIGHTON BEACH N T July 11 Fifth day Brighton Beach Bacing Backing Association Spring Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge R V Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 30 p m fTrTJk FIRST RACE 1 110 Miles 600 added 3yearolds and upward Selling End Horses Wt St V 5 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L 70043BURLESQUE II Ill 5 21 1 IH U U Simms Sims C T Patterson 13 1313291 13 29 14 99 4 6 6 6 6 2 Moody T F Barrett Barrette Co 6 12 6 10 6277 BIN 113 3 4 51 41 21 32 Pickering L Stuart 10 40 10 40 7023 TARANTO TORONTO 111 2 51 41 51 4 4 Bergea Bergen M Bergen 10 20 10 15 7004 KING T Ill 6 31 31 3 51 51 Penn H Durant 12 15 12 15 6137 VIGENTA VIETNAM 109 1 20Time 11 2 2 3 6 Doggett Doge Gormley Grimly Bros Brows 12 25 10 20 Time 251 511 1 18 1 43i 1 501 Winner 501Winner B c 4 by Deceiver Cicily Sicily Bowling Start good Won pulled up It was only an exercise gallop for Burlesque Long Acre had no chance with bis bias jockey He was only galloping throughout Ein Erin is still short He will do at ouce ounce especially in mud Taranto Arrant is shoit shot but is only a cheap one King T is no good just now Vigenta Vietnam had speed but was short He looks good Scratched goodScratched woodcraft Rotterdam 111 111Overweights Overweights Overweighs Vigenta Vietnam 2 pounds f SECOND RACE 58 Mile 600 added 2yearolas Maidens Fillies Allowances nd Horses Wt St 1A Vt SA StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L U 68542MAID OF HARLEM 109 1 7 7 51 41 IH Bergen T L Watts 3434 6920 INCANDESCENT 109 3 2 2NK 21 2 2NR 21 21 Maher John Daly Dally 10 15 10 15 70542LOITER 109 2 11 11 H U 31 Jones Sensation Stable 3534 Madden68543SACCHAR1NE HELEN THOMAS 109 9 4K 41 31 3 31 41 Simms Sims J E Madden 3534 68543SACCHAR1NE 109 4 32 SNK SANK 44 41 51 54 5i Penn C Littletield Littered Jr 4 6 4 5 6734 ANITRA ANITA 109 5 51 5n 61 6 6 Salyers Slayers Bromley Brome C Co 40 60 40 40 6733 LADY ONWARD 109 10 10 9 7 7 71 Hamilton August Belm Elm Belmont 8 15 8 12 5942 LADY EXILE 109 7 9 6 8 8 81 OLoary O'Leary C D McCoy 5 Co 10 20 8 15 5367 ReynoldCOUNTRY Reynolds CROWN 109 8 8 10 10 10 9 Garrigan Arian T L Reynolds Reynold 30 60 20 50 COUNTRY Appleby1MEENNAMARA DANCE 109 11 11 11 11 11 10 R Williams L O Appleby Apple 5 10 5 8 1MEENNAMARA 109 6 61 8 9 9 11 Irving F C OReilly Gorily 10 30 10 20 7024 WATER GIRL 10913 13 12 12 12 12 Thompson J JAMcLaughlin A McLaugl McLaughlin 20 30 20 30 SHIFTLESS 15LINDULA 109 12 12 13 13 13 13 Doggett Doge J W Driscoll Disco 10 20 10 15 LINDULA INDIA 109 14 14 14 14 14 14 Songer Sponger James Galway 10 15 10 15 Time 15Time 121 24 36i 1021 Winner B f by The Bard Ella Lakeland LakelandStart Lakeland Start fair Won driving Maid of Harlem was easily the best She is a stayer slayer and a game and improving filly She was shut off repeatedly the first half and ran very fast the last quarter Incandescent was nicely handled ran very well and finished gamely Loiter dislikes weight Was lucky throughout Helen Thomas was eased at the end Anitra Anita ran well but had no chance with the jockey up Saccharine is of no account apparently just now Lady Onward is a fine looker She wants a long race being a very slow beginner Lady Exile ran well Ineennamara was short Lindula Insular is very green and had no chance at the start Is a good looker Scratched Lady Dora 109 May Landis Lands 109 Sky fccraper 109 7O81 THIRD RACE1 Mile 600 added 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses t St K V K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O ii L C 6853DECANTER 111 3 31 32 li 13 2 OLeary O'Leary F RT Hitchcock 75 7 5 45 45 7023SONGSTER 103 7 61 51 41 43 22 Thompson August Belmont 2 4 2 31 70283GLONOINE 106 1 21121 21 31 3U Songer Sponger J Hynes Haynes Co 6 12 6 12 6302 FENETTA VENDETTA 91 6 4 41 52 51 410 Moody Walter Smith 20 60 20 40 7001 RUBY LIPS 91 2 IH IH 314 2NK 51 Maher Jere Ere Dunn 10 10 8 8 70282AURUM 106 8 8 62 61 62 63 Wapshire Washier W C Daly Dally 12 20 12 15 1981 GENARO GENRE 93 5 7 8 7 7 7 Dupeo Dupe J Hamerich Homeric 10 20 8 12 5473 TENT PIN 101 4 51 40Time 7 8 8 8 Lamley Langley J F Kneale Knelled 20 60 20 40 Time 24i 49i 115 142 Winner 142Winner B c by Deceiver Maudlin MaudlinStart Maudlin Start fair Won pulled up Decanter outclassed the field at the distance Is a good horse among better ones Was galloping under restraint throughout Songster got very bad handling but ran well and came fast at the end Glonoine Leonine was killed off the first part but hung on gamely He is a very fair colt Fenetta Vendetta ran surprisingly well but had no chance with such a jockey might have been third but for the rider Ruby Lips is still short Was smothered by Decanter after contesting a half Watch her among slower horses Aurum had no chance with his jockey 7082 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile 700 added All ages Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St M JA J St Fin Jockeys Owners OH L C 1 5288BRIAR SWEET 116 1 111 H 111 12 11 Doggett Doge W B Jennings 21 21 8585 6971 LEEDSV1LLE 107 5 4 44 5 SNK SANK 2H Maher D Gideon 6826SAILOR KING 115 4 5 5 44 41 5 3 Neville Win Jennings 6 15 6 12 69723GEORGE KEENE 118 3 33 32 32 21 4 Simms Sims Fleischmann Freshman Soas75 2 1 2 68232ORION 111 2 2NK 2 2 41 5 Tarai Tara Bromley Brome Co 3434 Time 3434Time 12i 24 38 48 114 WinnorCh Winner 114WinnorCh f 3 by Sir Modred Molded Sweet Briar BriarStart Briars Start fair Won easily Briar Sweet easily outclassed her field She is a crackerjack and is in good form Leedsville Leeds was favored by being waited with aud Maud his light weight He finished strong but swerved badly under the whip Watch for him whore he has the early speed over his field Ho likes a sloppy track Sailor King is a good colt He got away badly and had no chance with his inferior jockey yet ran a remarkably good race George Keeue Keene has had too much long racing to perform well in sprints He is good Orion is fainthearted He was undera under pull the first half and is very good He should win soon Scratched soonScratched Irish Reel 12t5 Warrenton Warren 121 Tremargo Tremor 117 Hanlon Hanson 104 Reprisal 96 Endeavor 88 7088 FIFTH RACE58 Mile 500 added 2yearolds Selling Wt St yt Yt JtrFin Trine Jockeys O H L O 6879EFFERVESCENT 107 2 12 11 13 13 14 Songer Sponger C Littlefiold Little Jr 7 10 7 8 6827JACK POINT POINT6856KIRKWOOD 110 9 9 7 7 5 2N Maher A White 852 85 85 6856KIRKWOOD 6856KIRKWOODl7000flILfcE 112 6 61 6 51 31 33 R Williams T F Barrett Barrette Co 2 1352 135 l7000flILfcE 110 7 21 22 23 21 41 Coylie Collie W H Barrett Barrette 6868 6297 SIR FLORIAN FLORIN FLORIAN6U51HEDIVER 107 5 4 4 4 41 53 Doggott Doggo F 6868F Reagan Co 8 12 8 10 10A 6U51HEDIVER 105 1 51 5116 61 61 Jackson A H D H Morris 15 40 15 30 7013 RUSSA RUSS WALDEN 107 10 10 9 8 71 OLeary O'Leary Kensico Keens 30Kensico Stable 30 100 30 60 67983CLAP TRAP 102 3 31 3 3 7 81 Jones W 60W C Daly Dally 15 60 15 50 BRAHMIN 9 9 Simms Sims J 50J E Madden 6 8 67 5497 MOUNT CLEMENS 106 11 11 10 10 10 10 Lamley Langley Taylor 67Taylor Bradley 20 60 20 40 6973 IMITATION 110 8 8 11 11 11 11 Spencer J 40J Rowe Co 12 15 10 10 Time 10Time 12i 24 36 1 02i Winner B f by Islington Wilmington Mollio Mollie MollioStart Monistat Start straggling Won easily Effervescent was lucky and very good She is quite a filly but had everything her own way today Jack Point got away badly and lacked speed He will do better He closed a big gap Kirk wood was not well handled He wants a route always Hilee Chile quit badly Ho can do better Imitation was run into the fence early Watch this horse He is a grand looker Was heavily played today and is about duo Scratched Half Time 110 Tender 105 7084 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile 600 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances iVt Vt St H V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C I 7026 IRISH REEL 106 2 2 2 K 23 23 li Maher Fleischmann Freshman Sonsl Sons 31314 14 69692K1TEFOOT 92 1 12 13 12 ii 26 Dupee Dupe W Lakeland 21 31 21 31 6969 HENSATIONAL GENERATIONAL 94 3 3 3 3 3 3 Hothersall Others W C Daly Dally 10 30 10 30 Time 30Time 241 481 1 01i 1 14i 1 42i Winner Ch m 6 by Exile Round Dance DanceStart Ancestor Start good Won pulled up Reel only galloped throughout She is at hor Thor best Kitefoot Bitterroot pulled classScratched up bleeding Sensational belongs among a cheaper class Scratched Ben Ronald 116 Don dOro Dora 111 Dr Catlett Cattle 109 Premier 109 Tinge 109 Nosey 99 Handsel Handel 99 Latson Larson 99 Daily Racing Forms Selections SelectionsTna Selections Tna Tina Telegraphic Service over Racing Forms Daily Selections has beeL betel remodeled and in future subscribers at 4 per week will be sent ni i a succinct telegram of some twenty words night ratt Pratt Western Units Message containing tho thou refined selections in all ths this races of the fel feel feli felid i swing day Page  Brighton Beach Form. BRIGHTON BEACH FOBM FOB NEW YOKK YORK N Y July 11 The form of Tuesdays Brighton Beach fields is First Race Double Quick Hanlon Hanson Her Own OwnSecond Condescend Second Race Dan Cupid Rare Perfume Mark Mies Miles MiesThird Mistier Third Race Ogden Ben Ronald Tremargo Tremor TremargoFourth Fourth Race Domitor Dormitory Isidor Insider Handsel Handel HandselFifth Handel Fifth Race Rappahannock General Maceo Maceio Hand press pressSixth presses Sixth Race Brown Red Kinvarra Invariant Beaumont Brighton Beach Entries. BBIGHTON BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES ENTRIESPr Entries Pr liabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Sellingtnd Ellington tnd tend Borses Bourses Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 6600 Doible Dibble Quick 5 108 700 7058 Rotterdam 4 108 650 65070533AIarum 70533AIarum 4 107 660 6607058Taais 7058Taais 5 103 620 7028 Hanlon Hanson 5 101 690 70252 Ber Beer Own 4S 99 680 68069512fampania 69512fampania 5 97 670 5413 Gun Metal 3 93 630 63070583Prince 70583Prince Auckland 3 91 640 640Second Second Race 58 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Indo Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Dc HdcpGoblin Goblin ch c by Esher Esther Geniell2 70243Mark Miles 112 680 5759 Hurricane 112 7660 5794 Rosebed Rosebud 112 650 7024 Dan Cupid 112 700 70069703Rare 69703Rare Perfume 112 690 7024 Somers Isomers 112 645 6970 Savory 112 620 7024 Belloof Belo H 109 640 6900 Mtiil Mil Bag 109 630 630La La Penitente Penitent b f by Water ¬ cress Rosalind 109 6879 High Born 109 670 670Third Third Race 34 Mile 4yearolds nd upward upwardOwners upward Owners Handicap HandicapInd Handicapping Ind Indo Horses Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 6451 DrCatlett Draftiest 4 100 700 7006793Tremargo 6793Tremargo 5 100 725 725f6880Ogden f6880Ogden 4 100 800 8007028Charentns 7028Charentns 4 100 675 67567663Ben 67663Ben Ronald 4 100 750 750Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile The Flight Handicap Handicap3yearolds 3yearolds and upward upward67292Cleophus 67292Cleophus 4 126 720 7206852lsidor 6852lsidor 4 125 740 7406768Damien 6768Damien 5 120 700 70070012Swiftmas 70012Swiftmas 3 116 695 6956969Handsel 6969Handsel 3 114 730 73067092Domitor 67092Domitor 4J111 750 75066602Loiterer 66602Loiterer 3 109 680 7026 Premier 5 108 685 68570022Van 70022Van Antwerp 3 103 710 7105822Tickler 5822Tickler 3 101 675 7023 Billali Billable 4 98 690 5911 Beekman Beckman 3 96 670 Fiftli Fifties Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 7025 Howards Hoards 4 112 660 6607057Rappahannock 7057Rappahannock 3 109 700 7007053Handpress 7053Handpress 3 104 680 7001 General Maceo Maceio 3 96 690 690Sixth Sixth Race 1 13 Miles 4yearolds and upward Handicap HandicapOver Handicapper Over 6 hurdles hurdles7059Forget 7059Forget 5 170 660 66070593Beaufort 70593Beaufort 4 139 655 65568812Brown 68812Brown Red 9 139 675 7059 Beaumont 5 138 665 66570592Kinvarra 70592Kinvarra 4 134 670 6881 Elcid Lucid 4 130 650 Washington Park Form. WASHINGTON PARK FORM The form of Tuesdays Washington Park fields is isEirst insist Eirst Deist Race Ferroll Ferro Our Gertie Erie Eight Bells BellsSecond Bells Second Race White Frost Hampden Hempen Miss Gussie Gussied GussieThird Gusset Third Race Schorr Scorer entry Ailyar Halyard Toluca Toucan TolucaFourth Fourth Race Morte Mote Fonse Fosse Official Don Or sino sinoFifth signoff Fifth Race Macy Marcy The Manxman Mamma The Devil Washington Park Entries. WASHINGTON PARK ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Age Wt Hd Hd7011FlonFlon 7011FlonFlon 95 6873 Eight Bells 98 7011 Our Gertie Erie 98 70113Ferroll 98 6371 Peg Parks 98 7041 Hurly Burly 110 Second Race 1 Mile All ages Allowances 6953 Mazo Matzo 2 79 59873Candleblack 3 99 6985 Miss Gussie Gussied 3 104 6781 Hampden Hempen 3 104 70163 HTndoonet Tendon 3 104 2301tiWhite Frost 4 107 70752Charley Christy 4 119 i iThird Third Third Race 12 Mile Quickstep Stakes 1500 Added Added2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances Allowances69903BQ1 69903BQ1 Anthony Ill 7045Jolly Roger 118 6718Ailyar 118 6984 Gold Fox 118 6984 Lobos 118 6749Black Venus 122 6953 Olinthus Plinths 125 68653Toluca 115 6984W Overton Overtone 125 6718Cathedral 121 J W Schorr Scorer Son entry entryFourtli Fourtli Fourthly Race 1 18 Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling 6956 Official 3 90 6896 Kriss Kiss Kringle Cringle 3 90 7014Don Orsino Orinoco 3 94 70132 orothy Dorothy III 5 100 6867RogerB 5 102 6954Floronso 3 104 7013 Morte Mote Fonse Fosse 6 107 Fifth Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances69302The 69302The Devil 3 100 6934Floronso 3 100 70413 Traverser Traverse 3 100 70422Macy 4 110 70412The Manxman Mamma 4 110 Racing Dates Of 1898. 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FORT ERIE FORM CHART CHARTFORT HARTFORD FORT ERIE ONT July 11 Fourteenth day Fort Erie Jockey Club Summer Meeting MeetingWeather Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge John J Carter Starter H D Brown Racing starts at 230 p m W1 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M J4 M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 6799 9 JIM LISLE 122 3 31 22 11 13 Cassidy P Stanton Stantonij Stanton 703 703j ij j SCULPTOR 119 2 22 41 41 2 Powers Thomas Gret Greet Green 5 10 5 8 7071 TAMORA TAMARA 12 11 2i 31 E James A N Smillie Millie 15 50 12 50 7035 SIR ARLO CARLO 41 31 3i 4i P Clay C M Quaintence Quinton 4845 6948 JUNIOR 61 62 62 5 MReynoldsJames Reynolds Nelson 10 20 10 20 7037 JOSEPHINE K 7 7 7 61 Peterman Letterman MrsF Mrs JKittlemanl2 SO 12 25 6891 FONTUMKA FONTANA 51 51 51 7 Freeman J F Nichols 12 25 12 20 7009 FRISCO BEN 8888 McGloue McClure RJ Hynes Haynes 4645 6948 VOLUTANTE VOLTA 9 9 9 9 G Neal NcClure McClure Jones 15 30 15 25 6145 WINK 10 10 10 10 Hopkins RothertGorman Brother 15 20 6 15 6408 BURNAP BURMA 11 11 11 11 H Lewis J A Sykes Dykes 2 3 2 21 6860 W HARTON WHARTON 12 12 12 12 E Scherrer Sherrie H McCarron Macaroon Jr 15 40 10 30 7019 CHAKAHELLE CHANDELLE 117 13 13 13 13 13 L Smith R Bradley 8866 6606 SPANISH PCESS CESS 11714 14 14 14 14 VanKurcn Anuran E Harding Hoarding 10 15 10 12 12Time Time 24 49 1 02i 1 15I 15IWinner Winner Br cby cabby Jim Gore Dorothy DorothyPost Dorothy Post 4 minutes Start good Won easily The next three driving hard Jim Lisle had the thespeed tepee speed of the party and came away without an effort at the end Sir Arlo Carlo was badly messed messedabout messed about in th e stretch Sculptor finished strong while Tamora Tamara tired badly SECOND RACE 13 Mile Purse 250 2yearolds Selling 7O92 Ind Indo Horses St VJL JCL A A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 70362CHEESEMITE 1011 1 11 I2 12 P Clay WillmsSheehn 1 75 1 7o 7o70363FALELLA 70363FALELLA 102 4 71 51 2 E James M J Daly Dally 3836 6976 FRED PERKINS 96 3 SH 41 3 Dyment Doyen J Dyment Doyen 10 40 10 40 7036 FOX CHASE 103 8 87 4 Powers H H Stover Stove 6 10 6 6 6917 AMELIA T 103 2 22 21 51 Valentino StantonTucker Stanton 10 15 10 15 7006 ERGO 97 7 61 31 6i Weber J A Newmau Newman 8 15 8 12 7036 LADY SCARLET 93 5 4 61 7 E Scherrer Sherrie J S Wadsworth Adsorb 3434 6830 HERMIONE THERMION 93 6 52 8 8 R Mason D C Schafer Chafer 20 60 20 50 7036 AMAH 102 9 999 Harrison W M Hendrie Henries 10 20 10 20 20Time Time 121 241 3tti 491 491Winner Winner Ch f by Russell Cheese Straw StrawOff Straw Off at first break to a good start Won handily second and third driving Falella Flagella was cut off at the start but came strong at the end Fox Chase made up considerable ground in the last t cratchedBessie scratched Taylor 115 Annowan Annoyance 108 Gypsy Gore 97 Abide 97 Overweights Overweighs Cheesemite Cheese 1 pound Falella Flagella 1 Amah 1 Ind Indo Horses h StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 7039 ROSSMAR ROSEMARY 97 3 8 9 7 IN R Mason Gates Elliott 8 30 8 30 69503HEADLIGHT 103 6 3i 3 K I 11 2 Sherland Shetland C M Miller 3433 70G73SUE KITTIE KITTIES 95 7 6x 41 43 31 32 A Dean E Steeds 6 15 6 12 6980 TR1VOLI 97 9 7 7 6n 62 43 L Smith J W Cramer Crammer 30 40 30 40 6980 L B 97 8 21 2 21 41 51 E Scherrer Sherrie A T Brown 20 40 20 40 6981 DOWNRIGHT 100 5 9 5 5 7 6 Powers J E Seagram 20 30 20 30 64563WHAT NEXT 110 1 IH IH 31 21 7 PClay Clay C H Williams 351 3545 70683DEVAULT 1U5 4 51 8 8 8 8 J Shields A Shields 10 25 10 20 7068 BOMBARDON 107 2 4 6 9 9 9 Tully Mrs M C Lyles Lyle 30 100 30 75 75Time Time 251 50 1 021 1 15 I 4H 4HWinner Winner MargeryOff Margery B g 6 by Rossington Crossing Margery Off at first break to a good start Won driving the next two also driving Sue Kittie Kitties looked a winner but Dean went to sleep at the finish What Next stopped to nothing in the stretch Rossmar Rosemary came with a rush the last furlong and got up in the last stride Headlight was pumped out the first threequarters treasurers Scratched Litile Little Ocean 100 James Munroe Monroe 97 Bob Leach 97 Nover Mover 97 Kenosha 95 95Overweights Overweights Overweighs Headlight 3 pounds Downright 5 Devault Default 5 FOURTH RACE 58 Mile Purse 250 2yearolds Allowances 7OU4 Vt X Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 7008 KING CARNIVAL 113 4 51 52 ii 12 Powers R J Hynes Haynes 3385 85 852H 6979 H OLDEN 108 3 3RECORD 2H 2n 3 22 Sherland Shetland E Peters 6644 6644SNK RECORD 105 7 769792PROSPERO SNK SANK 12 21 3 L Smith E Moore 50 100 50 75 75IHI 69792PROSPERO 105 1 IHI II 41 5n in E Scherrer Sherrie R Congdon Condom Jr 5 12 5 10 7008 DE BLAISE BLAINS 108 6 66663nVELLER 7 31 7 51 R Mason L W Rotbert Robert 12 15 10 12 6663nVELLER 113 2 41 61 41 61 McGlone McConnell J E Seagram 6 15 6 12 7067 WINE PRESS 105 5 570082VOX 8 7 8 7 E James J S Wadsworth Adsorb 10 20 10 15 70082VOX 108 9 969793GARRABRANT 6 8 61 8 P Clay C L Railey Riley 6867 686769793GARRABRANT 69793GARRABRANT 108 8 8HEROICS 9999 Hopkins E C De Soto Sotto 8 25 8 25 25HEROICS HEROICS 105 10 10 10 10 10 VanKuren Anuran T Costello 25 100 25 75 75Time Time 241 491 1021 Winner B c by Getaway Marietta MariettaPost Marietta Post 5 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Record had speed but tired the last furlong Heroics is a bad actor at the post and delayed the start King Carnival came away without an effort at the end Holden Olden finished strong Scratched strongScratched Tyrba Yoruba 113 Ree Rees Mitchell 105 Elurine Pelerine 105 Oak Maid 105 7O95 er FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses t St X Yt M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 70702ALICE FARLEY FREY 94 6 6 6 6 32 H C Smith J O Gray 75 85 1 65 70703KOMURASAKI 90 1 32 SNK SANK 11 11 21 Valentine J S Wadsworth Adsorb 4646 6926 FREE LANCE 110 4 41 41 3 21 36 Powers W WJ J Roche Broche 75 753 3 75 7521 75217040SIMON 21 7040SIMON D 100 3 22 2NK 51 5 4 R Mason White Stafford 7744 774470113ONALASKA 70113ONALASKA 105 5 525 56 4 6 56 Hopkins W A Harper 15 60 15 50 7066 JUDGE WARDELL WADDELL 92 2 1 11 21 41 6 A Dean Adam Beck 12 15 12 15 Time 15Time 25 491 1 02i 1 15 1 40J Winner MargeryPost Margery 40JWinner Ch f 3 by Spendthrift Margery Post 6 minutes Start good Won handily second driving Alice Farley Fairly got caught in the starting machine and was 100 yards behind in the first furlong Judge Wardell Waddell tired the last quarter and swung wide into the stretch Alice Farley Fairly went to the front and won without an effort effortScratched efforts Scratched Our Johnny 105 Aurelian Aurelia 105 Mazarin Mandarin 102 Helmsdalo Helms 95 Onette Netted 90 Overweights Overweighs 90Overweights Alice Farley Fairly 4 pounds SIXTH RACE Short Course Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Allowances Steeplechase Ind Indo Horses Wt St 2 4 6 8 10 Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 70723PARSON 150 5 52 5 11 11 13 13 price HE Leigh 3 3 21 21 7072 ARREZZO CARRIZO 140 7 41 42 21 25 25 210 Ray W H Roller 3433 7072 THE TAR 150 4 6 6 6 420 36 32 Huston Houston J E Seagram 4746 7072 MARBLE 144 1 11 11 42 32 4 4 Gallagher W C Hayes 8 15 8 10 6369 LIT BRAMBLE 132 3 31 32 52 5 Fell K Hill A Willis Co 15 40 15 30 70722LA COLINA COLIN 134 6 21 22 31 Fell C Brown F A Weithoff With Co2 2 8585 6950 POMCAS PONCES 145 2 7 Fell Kidd Kiddy W Landsberg Lindbergh 15 30 15 30 Time 30Time 2581 2581Winner Winner B g 5 by Parramatta Arrant Sis Himyar Shimmy HimyarOff Off first break to a good start Won in a gallop second easily Parson struck the last three jumps La Colina Colin stumbled and threw Brown at the eighth fence Tar had no speed He was hard ridden all the way wayScratched Scratched Dom Pedro 152 Populist 150 Downing 147 The Pink Un 141 Del Cor Cora onado Hondo 136 136Overweights Overweights Overweighs Arrezzo Carrizo 2 pounds St. Louis Form Chart. ST LOUIS FORM CHART CHARTST CHARTS ST LOUIS MO July 11 Fiftieth day St Louis Fair Association Spring Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter C C Chinn Chin Racing starts at 2 30 p m TOX OX FJLRST FLORIST KACE ACE 78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling ind bind Horses Wt St M Vt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6993 AMBER GLINTS 99 1 2 2 5 26 U II T Leigh M Shields 4 4t 4 4 1787 JIM HOG HOGT HOT T 101 2 11 12 12 6 27 Lines H T Batchelor Bachelor 75 75 65 7E 6993 ADAM ANDREW 102 4 31 31 311 33 31 JMcDonaldH McDonald L Jones 21 31 21 3 6532 RANSOM 101 7 51 41 4 41 43 Goodwin Godwin BrowngBdman Burrowing 30 50 20 40 6993 ALVA 101 5 61 5i 51 51 51 Frost J C Tucker 10 15 6 10 6882 CHISWELL CHISEL 104 3 41 61 61 61 61 W Dean P Ahearn Hear 15 25 15 20 6589 SCHEDULE 102 6 7 7 7 7 7 Snell Smell W H Laudeman Laundryman 10 15 6 12 Time 12Time 121 25i 371 501 104 117 130 130Winner Winner B m 5 by Ten Shiner Belle Boiseau Boise BoiseauPost Boise Post 10 minutes Start fair Won driving second driving also Amber Glints was the best She and Jim Hogg Hog had the best of the break ana always held the others safe Ransom closed strong strongScratched Scratched Rowland Duete Duet 102 7086 SECOND RACE1 110 Miles Purse 400 4yearold and upward Selling Itid Pitied Horses Wt St V Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 70332 UEL EL H GARDNER 105 2 12 12 n INK n JMcDonaldW McDonald A Kirwan Iran 6 15 5 12 6963SIRENIA 6963SIRENIA6908KRUNA 256908KRUNA 105 9 71 71 31 33 2 Hall H J McCune McClure 8 30 6 25 6908KRUNA 6908KRUNA69653TUTUILLA 103 7 42 Z 2sK 21 23 3 Lines G W Scott 6847 69653TUTUILLA 105 4 61 5i 52 53 43 J Woods Rogan Brogan Walters 3433 7065 REUBEN ROWETT ROWE 110 10 81 9 62 41 5 Gorman C E Muenshaw Mensal 2 21 2 2i 6998 TRANBY STANDBY 10912 12 10 9 7 61 Hinkey Hinkle C Whitman t t t t 6993 POWHATTA 105 5 9 8 8 8 7 Furr Furor J Furr Furor 40 10040 75 6968 JACK OF HEARTS 108 11 11 11 11 10 8 Gilmore M Wynn 5 10 5 10 4604 ALMA GLYN LYN 105 8 10 12 12 11 9 Booker C B Campbell 50 20050 150 6994 FORSYTEE FORESTAGE 105 6 5 61 7 9 10 Snell Smell Bishop Co 6 10 6 8 6886 CAN GALOP GALLOP 109 1 21 31 41 6 11 T Leigh MKelvyJohnson6 15 6 8 6998 RUSSELL A 103 3 SK 41 10 12 12 Frost W Mohr Mother 12 30 12 20 6699 SKANKS SHANKS 110 13 13 13 13 13 13 Miller A C Bellow 50 500 50 200 tBarred Barred 200tBarred in the betting First series 50iWinner Time 251 51 1 17 1 131 1 50i Winner B m 5 by Fordham Ford Virgie Virile YVright Gyring Post 6 minutes Start good Won handily second driving hard The stable of C E Muen Men ¬ shaw has been ordered off the track and Jockey Gorman suspended indefinitely on account of Reuben Rowetts Rewets race Helen H Gardner was the best of the others although Sirenia Irena came fast at the speedScratched speeds finish Forsy Foray the got off badly Can Galop Gallop had speed Scratched Rifle 110 The Parrot Mouthed 108 Alma Russell 103 O TJ THIRD RACE 58 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Allowances End Horses Wt St 1A V M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 69102M1SS MARION 113 1 170343EVELYN 1 16 16 it JMcDonaldB McDonald Schreiber 45 45 Ir2 710 70343EVELYN BYRD 98 10 10703QCHANCERY 61 6 4 21 Cody M Deathridge Featheredged 20 30 15 15 703QCHANCERY 111 4 2t 152t 21 25 36 Combs J C Cahn Can 2 2 6575 6997 UNCLE BILL 101 8 869972QUR 52 5 68 42 Lines H T Batchelor Bachelor 40 100 40 75 69972QUR NELLIE 110 2 31 31 31 58 Snell Smell T J McHale Chalet 10 20 10 15 6472 LADY OSBORNE SUBORNED 103 6 8 8 71 61 Lendrum Lender PlmrBnsonCo50 10050 75 6502 W C DALY DAY 1001 5 7787 Vancamp Vance T F Timmons Simmons 50 200 50 150 6518 F SMITH 98 9 10 10 9 8 Gormley Grimly F Bellows 50 300 50 200 6759 RAINMAKER 102 11 11 11 10 9 McJoynt Macon Wilson Daniels Daniel 50 30050 200 6576 ROSE ASH 108 7 9 9 11 10 T Leigh T Shannon 10 50 10 40 6651 MISS GRIZZEL GRIZZLE 98 3 100200100150Time 41 4H 4u 5111 Frost Eugene Nally Ally 100200100150 Time 12i 24i 361 50 1 02i 02iWinner Winner B f by Himyar Shimmy Astolat Stoat AstolatPost Absolutist Post 8 minutes Start good Won in a gallop second driving Miss Marion broke from the barrier on her stride and towroped towrope her field Chancery was on the outside and was pumped out chasing fillyScratched flycatcher her Evelyn Byrd shows steady improvement and may be a good filly Scratched Leo Planter 116 Foxey Foxy 108 Trust Me 98 Celluloid 98 Overweights Overweighs 98Overweights Lady Osborne Suborned 5 pounds W C Daly Dally 21 Rainmaker 4 7088 FOURTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 3yearold and upwards Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St M fc StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7063DAVID 102 1 IH IKK VIKKI IKK VIKKI 12 12 JMcDonaldBensonArthrCo75 2 65 2 69113COLONEL GAY 104 3 36 38 36 23 23 Snell Smell T A Cook 2 2 9595 69422AQUINAS 959569422AQUINAS 91 4 4 4 4 32 32 J Woods B Schreiber 6644 7031BELLE 66447031BELLE WARD 102 2 4iTime 21 22 21 4 4 Combs J C Cahn Can 453 4i Time 13 25i 37 50 1 02 1 lot 1 28 Winner 28Winner Ch g 6 by Wawekus Waxworks Treasure Trove Post 2 minutes Start poir poi Won cleverly second easily David was the best He raced Belle Ward into submission in the first half mile and had nothing to bother him afterward With an even break Aquinas would have been troublesome Overweights Overweighs Belle Ward 4 pounds FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Yi Vz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owne Owned Owners O H L C 6964TGO TO BED 93 3 4KK 41 42 22 U J Woods J F Fogg Foggy 4433 4433TJ 7065BASQUIL 104 5 3 3 52 3 2 Snell Smell T TJ J McH Mach McHale Chalet 4635 4635William 6909 CONFESSION 90 2 21 51 61 51 32 Frost William Dickson Dicks 40 ICO CO 30 60 69682JUDGE STEADMAN100 6 7 7 7 7 41 JMcDonaldR McDonald E Maddux Maddox 7033DOMSIE 8 8 8 5 T Leigh William Clark 5 15 5 12 69433SIR ROLLA OLLA 93 4 61 61 31 IH 61 Kelly C C Maffltt Aflutter 21 31 21 3 70322 70322LAUREATE 2i635S LAUREATE 103 1 11 11 H 6 7 Gilmore G C Bennett 21 3 21 2i 635S KING ELK WOOD 96 7 100200100150Time 5 22 21 41 8 H Wilson F W Cooper 100200100150 47iWinner Time 25 50 1 27i 1 421 1 47i Winner TermagantPost Termagant B c by St Andrew Termagant Post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second driving also The field was spread all over the track at the finish Sir Rolla Olla was the best He finished on the extreme outside of the track He would have won with a good ride Go To Bed was well handled and finished game and true King Elkwood Elmwood showed a tremendous burst of speed and killed off Laureate who was racing groundScratched grounds with him Confession is improving Judge Steadman Seaman closed a lot of ground Scratched Parole dOr doer 104 Marquise 94 Hush 94 Can I See Em 90 Overweights Overweighs 90Overweights Judge Steadman Seaman 4 pounds Domsie Dossier 2 King Elkwood Elmwood 2 SIXTH RACE G 13 JFurlongs Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Seliint Elicit End Horses Wt St H V M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H 69673S1LVER SKT ST 107 4 11 11 11 IN Hall G W Curtis 12 30 8 30 6914LOVING 306914LOVING CUP 98 6 41 31 21 21 Frost G W Miller 85 85 65 75 6911 FIRESIDE 107 8 71 51 43 31 JMcDonaldC McDonald C Maffltt Aflutter 21 6 21 5 64763HARRY DUKE 111 2 21 21 32 42 Combs J H Payne Co 3 5 3 4 69962FORBUSH 242469672TRAGEDY ICO CO 3 51 61 51 51 T Leigh G C Bennett 2424 69672TRAGEDY 109 7 3 42 61 61 Gilmore J A Johnson 6 12 6 10 7065 GLADYS II 107 5 61 7 7 7 Lines JRBagley Ribcage 50 20050 150 6884 HIGH TEST 111 1 8888 Rowe Rowe Clarkson Carson 20 200 20 150 l22iWinner Time 150Time 241 50 115 l22i Winner QuicksetPost Quicksteps B f 4 by Ben dOr doer Quickset Post 19 minutes Start fair Won in a hard drive second and third also driving Fireside was best She was four lengths back at the start and was going very strong at the end Silver Set was favored by the start and just lasted Harry Duke was much used at the post Loving Cup did not quite run her race although beaten only a head Tragedy died away Scratched awayScratched The Chemist 112 Naoma Naomi 98 Sorrow 98 MR WILLIAM EASTON V WILL SELL SIXTYFOUR SIXTY THOROUGHBRED Yc AttLINGS Battings AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE THEUNION TENSION UNION STOCK YARDS WEDNESDAY JULY 13 730 P M Mf f They are the consignments of nineteen breeders including the Nantura Mantua Sunny Slope Cothen Cohen and Patmos Patois Farms and are the Progeny of ofRossington horsing Rossington Crossing Montana Regent Patron Teuton Teutonic Tea Tray Albert Jils Jails AlbertJils Albert Johnson Volante Volant King Lee Forester King Alfonso belvidere belvedere Eothen Ethan belvidereEothen belvedere Candlemas Candelas Falsetto Silvermine Silvering Fordham Ford Deceiver Patton DeceiverPatton Deceleration George Kmney Money Wagner Dunboyne Sunbonnet And other Successful Sires Onondaga SiresOnondaga Wadsworth Adsorb Logic LogicPi Logic Pi half brother to Traverser Traverse and a full sister in blood to May Hempstead are among those to be offered Page  TWENTYFIVE TWENTY DAYS RACING RACINGJUNE RACING JUNE 25 TO JULY 23 INCLUSIVE INCLUSIVERaces Inclusive Races Commence at 230 P M Sharp Rain or Shine ShineAdmission Sinead Admission Including Seat in Grand Stand 100 TRAIN SKRVICK ALLEY L REGULAR TRAINS ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADEXPRESS RAILROAD AND LOCAL TRAINS Connecting with all Elevated Roads via the loop every four minutes Will leave Randolph Street as follows J12 45 tl 00 1 05 1 10 fl 20 1 25 1 30 fl M 1 45 150 1200 J205t220 225 f240 f240CABLE CABLE AND ELECTRIC LINES Indicates through express no stops south of Van Buren Burn Street f Express with loop connec connect tate Street and Cottage Grove Avenue cable lines connect with all South Side crosstown lines tion ion transfersat transfers 60th Street stopping at Van Buren Burn Street Hyde Park and South Park only direct to gates Calumet Electric Street Railway to South Park Avenue and 63d Street Local stopping at all stations with loop connection transfers at 60th Street Parlor cars on onthrough outthought through Express trains Seat rate 2o cents rare for round trip 25 cents SEASON OF 1898 IDSUMMER MIDSUMMER MEETING OPENS JULY 25 HARLEM J CHICAGOJ CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUE CHICAGO THIRTEEN STAKES CLOSE JULY 1 5 TO BE RUN ON DATES BEGINNING JULY 25 SIX STAKES FOR WHICH ENTRIES CLOSED HAY 3 WILL ALSO BE RUN DURING THIS MEETING THE COLUMBIA STAKES 1500 Added For THE CICERO STAKES 3ollinlOOO Added Entrance 10 each 10 additional to start 1000 10 additional to start 1000 added of which threeyearolds and upward Entranca23 each For all age Entrance 10 eich Reich 10 additional added of which 200 to second and 100 to third 200 to second and 100 to third horse A winner 30 additional to start 1500 added o which to start 1010 added of which 203 to sacond second horse The winner to ba sold at auction of a stake of the value of 1200 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs 300 to second and 100 t j third horse Weights and 100 to third horse The winner tp b9 sold Horses entered to be sold for 2500 to carry 117 of two such stakes or of the Junior Stakes 5 10 Ibs Dibs below the scale A winner ia 1893 of a at auction Horses entered to ba sold for 3000 Ibs Dibs Allowances 2 Ibs Dibs for each 250 to 2000 Ibs Dibs of three or more stakes of the value of stake of the valueof value 2003 to carry 5 Ibs Dibs of two to carry weight f r age 3 Ibs Dibs allowed for each then 1 Ib for each 100 to 1000 then 2 Ibs Dibs for 1200 each 8 Ibs Dibs extra Other horses that have of 1000 each 8 Ibs Dibs extra Nonwinners Snowiness in 1898 501 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 200 to each 100 to 500 Starters with selling prices not won three races since July 1 allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of a stake of the value of 900 allowed 3 lb of 1200 then 2 Ibs Dibs for each 100 to 300 Starters must be named through entry box at the usual one race since that date 5 Ibs Dibs maidens 7 Ibs Dibs a stake of any value 8 Ibs Dibs maidens fouryear forearm with selling prices must be nained maimed through hour of closing the day preceding the race maidens that have run in a stake since May 1 olds and upward 15 Ibs Dibs Three or more horses entry box at the usual hour of closing the day One and oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest and have not been placed in such 10 Ibs Dibs Seven the property of entirely different interests to preceding the race One mile mileTHE millet THE JACKSON HANDICAP 1000 Added furlongs start or the stake may ba declared off Two THE AUSTIN STAKES Selling 1000 Added For threeyearolds foals of 1895 Entrance furlongsTHE furlongs THE GAEFIELD GARFIELD STAKES Selling 750 Added and oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest For threeyearolds and upward Entrance 10 10 each 40 additional to start 1000 added For twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 THE COMMERCIAL STAKES Selling 1000 each tO additional to start 1000 added of of which 200 to second and 100 to third horse each 10 additional to start 750 added of Added For threeyearolds and upward En which 200 to second and 101 to third horse Weights to bo announced three days before the which 150 to second and 75 to third horse The iranceSlOeach fiancees 40 additional to start 1000 The winner unless otherwise stipulated in the day appointed for the race A winner of other winner unless otherwise stipulated in the entry added of which 200 to second and 100 to third entry to be sold at auction Horses entered not than a selling purse race after th publication to ba sold at auction Horses entered not to be horse The winner to be sold at auction to be sold to carry weight for acre Those en ¬ of weights to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One and one sold to carry scale weight Those entered to be Horses entered to be sold for TOOO to carry tered termed to be sold for 2500 allowed 5 Iba Ia then 3 sixteenth miles milesTHE mildest sold for 2000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs then 1 Ib for each weight for ago Allowances 2 Ibs Dibs for each Ibs Dibs for eich500 to 1500 then 1 pound for etch THE LA SALLE SALE STAKESIOOO Added 400 to 500 A winner of a stake of the value of 500 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 103 to 500 A 100 to 300 Starters with selling prices must For 1000 to be entered for not less than 1500 Start ¬ foals of 1896 Entrance twoyearolds toeholds 10 each winner of of the value of 1000 of four be ad box usual a race or nam name through entry at the hour 40 additional ers with selling prices must ba named through to start 1000 added of which xaces aces of any value after the closing of this stake of closing the day preceding the race Seven 200 entry box at the usual hour of closing the day to sacond second and 400 to third horse A winner to 5 Ibs Dibs in addition the fixed carry to weight by furlongs preceding the race Five and onehalf Neal furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs the furlongsTHE furlongs of a stake since April 10 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two selling price Starters with selling prices THE SPEED STAKES 1000 Added For all stakes 5 Ibs Dibs of three stakes 8 Ibs Dibs or more must be named through entry box at the usual THE ASPIRANT STAKES 750 Added For Entrance 10 each 40 additional hour of closing the day preceding the race ages start 1000 added of which 200 to second and to extra Maidens allowed 10 Ibs Dibs Four furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 that have not won One and oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest than three to the date of closing this 100 to third horse Two yearolds earls to carry 90 THE HUMBOLDT HUMBLED HANDICAP 1000 Added more races Ibs Dibs Ibs Dibs For twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 stake Entrance 10 each 40 additional to THE FINALE HANDICAP 1000 Added For threeyearolds 108 fouryearolds foretold and added of which 150 to second and threeyearolds and upward Entrance 10 each unward inward 113 Ibs Dibs A winner of a stake of SHOO or each 10 additional to start 1000 added of start 750 f 75 to third horse Nonwinners Snowiness of a stake of the 40 additional to start 1000 added of which of ten races other than selling races in 1898 to which 200 to second and 100 to third horse value of 1000 if nonwinners nominees of four races 5 Ibs Dibs extra Threeyearolds and upward Weights to be announced three days before the 200 to second and 100 to third horse Weights carry allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of three 5 Ibs Dibs of two to be announced three days before the day ¬ nonwinners nominees of a race of the value of 400 in day appointed for the race A winner of other races ap 8 Ibs Dibs maidens 12 Ibs Dibs maidens beaten 1898 allowed 3 Ibs Dibs if such than a selling race after the publication races pointed for the race A winner of other than are nonwinners nominees of purse a Five and onehalf Neal furlongs ten times 18 Ibs Dibs in 1893 of weights to 5 Ibs Dibs extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs Belling purse race after the publication of three races 8 Ibs Dibs Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs carry weights to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One and onasix Jonas THE LINCOLN STAKES Selling 1000 THE FORWARD STAKES 1000 Added For teenth tenth miles Added For throeyearolds threefold foals of 1895 twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 each UIOTJfiK TO NOMINATORS Eatrl3 for 9 stakes will ba accpite accepted 1 only with the understanding and upon agreement of each nominator that the decision of the Judges with respect to all AIVIIVIU vu iiviutuazviiu qusstions questions relating to the racing or tha than interpratatioa interpretational of tha than conditions of stakes shall be accepted as final In all sellim slim sweepstakes more than two horses can tie name by the same nominator but only two in the sama samba interest cm start althouh although tha than starting fees must be paid for all named ENTRANCE FEES MUST ACCOMPANY NOMINATIONS ADDRESS ENTRIES TO M NATHANSON NATHAN SECRETARY ROOM 1 130 ADAMS STREET