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W OVERTOILS DOVETAILS QUICKSTEP STAKES STAKESThe Starkest The Quickstep Stakes failed to bring together at Washington Park as many people as some other of the fixtures of the meeting and only a fair crowd battled with the twentyone twenty book ¬ makers that had cut in for two days The weather was perfect and the track as usual fast The Quickstep Stakes worth 2260 to the winner had an added starter from the stable of John Huffman in May Droit Adroit whose price was always as long as 25 to 1 1W W Overton Overtone going to the post at 6 to 5 landed the money by sheer gameness lugging homo his 125 pounds the penalty telling fearfully as from tho thou threesixteenths post in the home stretch to the last hundred yards Tommy Burns was burning him up with whip and spur There was quite a delay at the post and when the flag fell Jolly Eoger Eager Lobos and May Droit Adroit might as well have been in the barn the trio being open daylight hehind behind the others off ia a bunch Ailyar Halyard shot to the front W Overton Overtone being sec ¬ ond bond As the last turn was made Black Venus joined the leaders and at the bleaching boards the three were lapped on and all under the p so that no one could call the winner Wluca Lucas here also looked to have a chance W Overton Overtone finally wore down the others It was as good as 5 to 1 against Ailyar Halyard for the place The extra seven pounds stopped Black Venus VenusMazo Venus Mazo Matzo was indulged with the lead in the sec ¬ ond bond race White Frost lying second up the backstrotch backstretch where Hindoonet Himont was third Miss Jussie Jussive and Candleblack Candlewick running side by side still further away Rounding into the home ¬ stretch the last named pair came on Miss Qussie Aussie driving and as Mazo Matzo soon stopped they and Gardners Garners mare had the race to themselves Barrett Barrette on the favorite was loafing at the last furlong pole where Clawson Lawson on Candleblack Candlewick being sure of the place set out after first money and raced to the saddleskirts saddles of White Frost Barrett Barrette with one swing of the whip got the favorite going again and she won handily from Candleblack Candlewick Miss Gussie Gussied third and the others pulled up upA pA A grand price was the 3 to 2 obtainable against Floronso Florins a horse that bar accident could not lose Clawson Lawson trailed the first quar quark ¬ ter tear then went from last to first in the next threeeighths and from there on the result was never ia doubt Floronso Florins winning pulled up Don Orsino Orinoco was as easily second although he had been cut off on the upper turn The other starters were completely outclassed outclassedMacy outclassed Macy Marcy a 1 to 3 shot laid behind Traverser Traverse to the home stretch then passed Bradleys Bradley horse and won easily fiom Fiona The Manxman Mamma who beat Traverser Traverse in a drive paying 1 to 3 for place Macy Marcy swerved slightly at the turn for home but did little or no damage damageThe damage The complexion of the batting ring was practically unchanged althoug although George North laid off and Harry Lauderaan Lauder cut in There were three field books booksIt books It was White Frosts first start of the year yearFrisco yarrows Frisco parleyed a two dollar bill up to 138 on the first four races racesIt raciest It was the banner day of the mooting for favorite players all five first choices winning winningCiawson winning Ciawson Caisson and two of his jockey friends were wereXTrested sweetest for scorching Monday night XTrested Treated L PTarleton Tarlatan prominent in the south as a so dfl fl ty man and presiding judge at Latonia Antonia was at the track He said that his visit to Chicago was mainly in the interest of yearling sales at the Stock Yards YardsCharley Charley Walter known to all racegoers racehorse for his geniality is missed from Washington Park for the first time in its existence His friends will learn with regret that Mr Walter is seriously ill W McGuigan Michigan sold two of his horses Ban nockburn nocturne and Ben Hadad Add and also Graziella Grazie at auction in the paddock McGuigan Michigan is a handy auctioneer George Murphy who intends to race in Mexico got Ben Hadad Add for 3600 There was considerable excitement when Bannock burn was led into the ring and lively bidding was looked for Pat Dunne however cycloned cyclone the ring with a pat offer of 5000 It got the colt A S Bishop made one bid of 600 and got Graziella Grazie GraziellaJ Grazie J B Allen one of the boys and somewhat of a plunger on the horses bet 1000 on White Frost at 7 to 10 with Peter Riley RileyL Riley L A Legg Leggy and other horsemen bet on Candle black both ways as the colt in his work had run Floronso Florins close closeAfter closeable After the bell had been rung by the judges indicative of the fact that all was OK with the last race and the result posted Jockey Slack went into the judges stand Instantly a crowd gathered around For twenty minutes a throng of curious and interested people waited while Jockeys Thorpe and Burns were inter ¬ viewed by tho thou judges Finally the presiding official announced horses placed as they fin ¬ ished dished J W Kelsey said that each of the three jockeys told a different tale and that the official timer declared there had been no interference calculated to change the result Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF TURFSydney Turfs Sydney Paget Page and W C Whitney for whom he is currently supposed to be acting have been the heroes of several remarkable stories since they became identified with racing interests last fall until now when a horse shows any ¬ thing approaching stake class the first thing one hears is that the promising animal is likely to become the property of Sydney Paget Page Of course where there is so much smoke one must expect a little fire and Mr Pagot Argot is un ¬ doubtedly doubted strengthening his stably judiciously His purchase of Plaudit the other day for a price reported to be 25000 was regarded as a plucky move in tho thou right direction It is pretty generally admitted that outside of Hamburg Plaudit is the best threeyearold in training and that with his many engagements he stands a fair chance of winning himself out Mr Paget Page had previously demonstrated his judg judge ¬ ment meant by purchasing the star twoyearold toehold Jean Beraud Bead and now it is said that he has offered 10000 to P J Dwyer for the twoyearold toehold colt Miller by Hindoo Indoor Bonnie Gal In fact tho thou deal was practically completed on Saturday subject to a veterinary examination of the colt What Mr Paget Page wants with Miller while he has a flyer like Jean Boraud Brad in his stable is explained by the fact that the latter is not engaged in the Futurity while Miller is eligible to start for that coveted classic The Bonnie Gal colt gets in light under tho thou conditions as he has not earned any penalties and as he possesses an undoubted turn of speed with indications of staying qualities the proposed investment might prove a good one for Mr Pagst Past Now York Sun Speaking of the approaching Saratoga meet ¬ ing King the Sun says The exodus for Saratoga has fairly set in and by the time tho thou meeting opens on July 28 there should be a groat goat gathering of thoroughbreds at Horso Hors Haven Whether they are going there to recuperate or to race is a question which depends on developments but hopes are enter ¬ tained stained that the fields will bo on a much more liberal scale than heretofore as the ailing list so far is unusually small The book provides for twentyseven twenty racing days with a liberal sprinkling of stake events The meeting will be signalized as a grand reunion between the western and eastern elements and by tho thou reappearance in the saddle of Tod Todd Sloan who is now convalescing satisfactorily in the mountains The noted lightweight will have plenty of mounts as the Fleischmann Freshman stable will be largely represented at the Springs There is a story current to the effect that this will be Sloans Slogans last season in the Floischmann colors as he is likely to sign with Sydney Paget Page for next year but it is put down as one of the many vague rumors which are bandied around the paddock on almost every race day dayTho Dayton Tho Theo outcome of the electric saddle case is thus set forth in the Cincinnati CommercialTribune Commercial of Wednesday The Latonia Antonia judges yesterday ruled off Arthur Duffy C H Dieboll Diabolic and W B Churcher Churched an electrician doing business at 2131 Fulton avenue this city for attempting to persuade Jockey Charles Aker Baker to uso so an electric saddle at various times Aker Baker was also released from his contract with Duffy A week ago Aker Baker appeared before the Latonia Antonia judges and asked that he be released from his contract with Duffy as the latters clatters trainer Dieboll Diabolic wanted him to use an electric saddle on horses he had been engaged to ride Aker Baker also claimed that Duffy was aware of Diebolls Disembroils actions Dieboll Diabolic acknowl acknowledge ¬ edged that he was guilty of trying to get Aker Baker to uso so the saddle but said that Duffy did not have anything to do with it Tho Theo judges summoned Duffy to appear before them and give his side of the case Duffy did not show up but sent a doctors certificate to prove that he was ill at his home in Norwood Cordwood The case remained opened until yesterday when the judges rendered a decision ruling Duffy Dieboll Diabolic and Churcher Churched off It is claimed Churcher Churched made the electric battery to be used in tho thou saddle Duffys Duffs two horses Teulon Toulon and Mike Mullen were also ruled off The former is a threeyearold by Teuton Teutonic Coriana Corrigan and the latter a twoyear twofer by Onondaga Golden Reel a full brother to Rastus Roasts Mike Mullen has never started Tho Theo entries to the Annual Champion Sttko Sotto to be run at Sheepshead Shepherd Bay in 1900 are due July 15 The Annual Champion is a 25000 stake for 3yearolds and upward and is to be run during the autumn meeting of the Coney Island Jockey Club The guaranteed cash value of tho thou stake is 25000 of which 20000 goes to the winner 2000 to the second horse 750 to the third horse 1000 to the owner of the winner at the time of entry 500 to the owner of the second horse at the time of entry and 500 to the trainer of the winner at the time of the race Threeyearolds are to carry 116 pounds fouryearolds foretold 130 pounds fiveyearolds and upwards 131 pounds Sex and gelding allowances Winners of any race handicaps when carrying less than weight for age of the value of 7000 to carry three pounds extra of two such races or one of 15000 seven pounds extra Two miles and a quarter The Easton Sale Tonight. THE EASTON SALE TONIGHT TONIGHTTonight Tonight Tonight in the Union Stock Yards sales ring Mr Wm Easton will conduct a highly import ¬ ant sale of thoroughbred yearlings Many real gems of high breeding are to be disposed of and there is no doubt that bargains of great worth will go to lucky purchasers The half sister to the fleet Traverser Traverse that is to be sold at the Union Stock Yards tonight is said to resemble the colt to a marked degree and will probably ba the object of keen compe compel ¬ tition tuition But there are others that will commend themselves to the horsemen when they take stock of about the best lot of jearlings yearlings over sent to Chicago for sale Will Race At Hawthorne. WILL RACE AT HAWTHORNE Mr Harry Kuhl Kohl secretary of the Chicago Racing Association announces that the board of directors of that organization has notified him that racing will begin over the Hawthorne racetrack Monday July 25 and that he has been directed to at once set about the work of preparing a racing program To Race At Newport. TO RACE AT NKWPORT NEWPORT NKWPORTThere There has been some doubt as to whether there would be racing over any of the Cincin Cinching ¬ nati Nat tracks except Latonia Antonia next autumn but from the following taken from the Commercial Tribune of Tuesday it appears that the doubt has been cleared away so far as the Newport track is concerned concernedFrank concerned Frank Fowler the manager of the Newport race track yesterday announced that the Queen City Jockey Club would give a fall meet ¬ ing King The association will give a twentyfour twenty day meeting beginning September 3 and closing September 30 the day before the fall meeting at Latonia Antonia opens Mr Fowler stated yesterday that these were the dates he had selected and unless something unexpected happens they will be adhered to strictly Mr Fowlers announce ¬ ment meant will be grateful news to a large number of horsemen who at present have their stables at local tracks and they will be able to lay their plans accordingly accordinglyTho accordingly Tho Theo officials of tho thou coming meeting will be the same as those that were seen hero this spring with the exception of one of the judges L P Tarleton Carleton and Henry Queen will have as their associate Mr Jackson Smith the clever division passenger agent of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Mr Smith was offered the position last night and accepted it It is safe to predict that Mr Smith will make as good a racing official as he is a railroad man Curly Brown the great starter will handle the flag as usual and he is the right man in the right place placeThe placate The Newport track as it stands right now is a greatly improved piece of property Since the close of the spring meeting a force of men has been at work constantly adding to the na ¬ tural ural beauties of the course A work track on the inside of the regulation mile course is be ¬ ing King constructed and Mr Fowler expects to have it completed before the opening of the fall meeting The fence on the back stretch has been moved back and tho thou track widened Back of the grand stand and facing the Licking River a lot of ground has been filled in and the railroad tracks moved out further This has admitted of a handsome carriage road which runs to a point near the stables Other im ¬ provements proponents have been made and the Newport track today is 6ne of the best in the West Secretary Gratz Graft Hanly Hanky will issue Newports Newport program book the latter part of next month Messrs Messes Fowler and Hanly Hanky have the promise of a number of big stables now racing at Wash ¬ ington Kingston Park and St Louis to come to the New ¬ port meeting Everything at present points to a big meeting at the Newport track this fall Washington Park Pooling. WASHINGTON PARK POOLING LOUISVILLE KY July 12 Tonights Tonight pooling on Wednesdays Washington Park fields is isFirst misfires First Race Spirituolle Spiritual 25 Santello Antelope 18 Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts 8 Bill Anthony 3 Silver Tone 6 Approval 5 Galathee Althea 3 3Second Second Race St Callatiue Collative 25 Bangle 20 Ben Hadad Add 18 Our Chance 12 12Third Third Race The Roman 10 Al Fresco 8 Charley Christy 8 Forte 6 6fourth fourth rtace trace Morte Mote Foase Fosse 15 Daisy F 12 Alvarado Allargando II 12 Nathanson Nathan 8 J H 0 ti titfitth thirtieth tfitth faith itace pittance Uarda Guardia 2i Braw Lad 18 rime maker iH Mistral Ii 1 floheuzollern 10 i Meddler 8 Page  tAiLY tAiL RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY JL OAILY OILY REFLECTION OF THE AMERICAN TUBF TUB BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH JILY JULY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOE EDITED F H BRUNELL BRUNEI ASSOCIATE EDITOE EDITED C C RILEY 126 5th Ave Chicago 111 COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTED5Sntored 5Sntored according to act of Congress in the year 1898 by Frank H Brnnell Runnel in the officeof office the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C U 8 A AThe Bathe The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as sec jad jade class matter SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS BUBSOBIPTIOHS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE TEEMS TEEMSPer Teamster Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 he above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to Bend single copies as firstclass fistulas mail in all oases oasesJiOoal oases JiOoal Joel subscriptions outside the down town dis dais will be declined at other than first class mail matter rates J3T LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway BroadwayBasement Broadway Basement AgentOnsaleat830A M MUBPHY MURPHY Agent Onsaleat830A M DAILY RACING FOEM OEM can be delivered to any address in St Louis LouisBack Louisa Back numbers can be promptly supplied suppliedOrders supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the Bt Louis office for telegraphic transmission CINCINNATI OFFICE 4084JO Vine Street J R HAWLEY Agent On Sale at Noon AT INDIANAPOLIS IND INDO INDJ BIND J Douglass 17 Illinois Street StreetAt Street At TORONTO ONT ONTJ ONT J D McSweeney Mesentery Palmer House HouseAT House AT HOT SPRINGS ARK F C Boving Bowing 418 Central Avenue AvenueAT Avenue AT NEW ORLEANS LA H J Hollo Hollow 641 Commercial Place PlaceAT Placemat AT BUFFALO N Y New Tifft Tiff House HouseAT House AT DENVER COL COLE Warren Walker Co 805i6thlStreet 805i6thlStreetAT AT BUTTE MONT Keefe Keene Bros Brows Post Office News Stand StandAT Stand AT MEMPHIS TENN TEN R M Mansford Manfred Co Clark Bros Brows BrosAT Rosa AT NASHVILLE TENN TEN TENNHard Ensnared Hard Co 415 Church Street Duncan Hotel HotelAT Hotel AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOFoster Francisco Foster Orear Rear Market Street Ferry News Stand StandAT Stand AT DETROIT DETROITHeath Detroit Heath Lament 34LaFayette Avenue CHICAGO ILL JULY 13 1898 Sale Of Great Racehorses. SALE OF GKEATfKACEHORSES 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 Gotta Ota 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 Local Yearling Sales. LOCAL YEARLING SALES The sale of yearlings at Tattersalls Tattersall Monday evening July 11 was very lightly attended Thirtythree Thirty head were sold for 4 125 an aver ¬ age of 125 The following is a list of those bringing 200 or over with the names of the pur pour ¬ chasers Father Pat b c by Patron PitaPat Pita H HEugene Eugene Eugene Leigh 350 350Chestnut Chestnut colt by Wagner Hauteur P PDunne Dunne Dunne GOO GOOChestnut Grouchiest Chestnut colt by Aintree Sainte Missive W H HLaudeman Hadean Laudeman Laundryman 650 650Chestnut Chestnut colt by Blue Eyes Pericolor Percale P PDunne Dunne Dunne 200 200Cassadean Cassadean Caesarean ch f by Hanover Eloise Louis LouisEzell Louise Ezell Bezel 225 225Chestnut Chestnut filly by Michael Bay Bonnie W WH H Laudeman Laundryman 200 200Pan Pan Jette Jetted blk balk f by Wagner Electricity ElectricityFied Electricity Fied Field Piige Paige 280 St. Louis Form. ST LOUIS FORM ST Lotrrs Looters Mo July 12 The form of Wed ¬ nesdays essays Fair Grounds fields is isFirst misfires First Race Little Sallie Black Jack Stella B BSecond Second Second Race Uncle Bill Gold Plate Leo stratus stratums stratusThird stratums Third Race Linda Fireside Belle Bramble BrambleFourth Bramble Fourth Race David Skate Colonel Gay GayFifth Gaff Fifth Race Silver Set The Chemist Miss Verne VerneSixtbRace SixtbRace Sidetracked Domsie Dossier Can I See Em King Elkwood Elmwood St. Louis Entries. ST LOUIS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 6850 Black Jack 6 106 640 7060 Hessen Chessmen 6 106 600 7061 Des Moines 3 104 610 6882 Curby Curb 4 104 595 6787 Woodking Wooding 4 103 560 6165 Miss Mettie Mattie 4 103 550 1822 Rarita Rarity 4 101 550 7060 Bill Dawdy Daddy 4 101 610 6787 Hoosier Lily 5 101 550 6963 Annie Blackburn 4 99 610 7086 Alma Glynj Lyn 4 99 600 6850 Stella B 4 S9 635 6356963ElAlma 6963ElAlma 4 99 620 6139 Little Sallie 3 96 650 7031 Ordago Cordage 3 92 625 7061 Chiquita Circuital II 3 90 635 635First First series Second Race 13 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Allowances 7034 Uhler Haler 118 615 615Koenig Koenig Kenning 115 6680 Leottratus Lettersets 115 635 7102 Tobe Toe Paine Ill 610 6847 Hi Kollar Kola Ill 625 6846 Mobswood Moosewood Ill 590 7087 Uncle Bill Ill 650 6162 Gold Plate Ill 640 7102 Easter John 108 585 7087 Rainmaker 108 615 615Third Third Race 1 Mile 4 yearolds earls and upward Allowances 6993 The Parrot Mouthed 4 107 650 65070892Basquil 70892Basquil 4 107 725 7032 Linda 8 104 750 5788 Nylic 4 104 665 7031 Swifty Swiftly 6 104 6 0 7062 Belle Bramble 4 102 725 72570903Fireside 70903Fireside 4 102 710 7104 Groganette Groaner 4 102 675 675Fourtli Fourtli Fourthly Race 1 110 Miles 4yearolds and upward Allowances 6996 Skate 5 108 750 75070882Qolonel 70882Qolonel Gay 4 107 745 7457088David 7088David 6 106 740 740Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Handicap 7088 Belle Ward 3 96 675 6757090Silver 7090Silver Set 4 95 700 6987 Miss Verne 4 89 685 6967 Juanita Junta 4 85 680 6882 Aunt Mary 4 80 650 5401 Mary Zeta 3 80 625 6257062The 7062The Chemist 4 108 690 690Sixth Sixth Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling71042King 71042King Gold 6 106 660 7089 King Elkwood Elmwood 5 103 620 6822 Hush 7086 Forsythe Forsythia 6822 Frank Walton 69683Can I See Em 6473 Annie Cook 7089 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WASHINGTON PARK FORM CHART CHARTCHICAGO CATCHING CHICAGO ILL July 13 Fifteenth day Washington Park Club Summer Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge C H Pettingill Petting Starter Richard Dwyer Racing starts at 2 30 p m fj f 7 FIRST RACE 34 Mile 3year olds Allowances t J J 6 100 added net value to winner 360 10 entrance 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St U Y StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7C41 65654517011iFERROLL HURLY BURLY 110 6 4 4 t 11 13 Clawson Lawson S C Hildreth Children 6565451 7011iFERROLL 98 1 31 2 31 21 1 T Burns Rodegap Bodega Co 21 2 11521 6873 EIGHT BELLS 102 5 54 56 41 32 Barrett Barrette E S GardnerS6n8 866 7011 OUR GERTIE ERIE 98 2 11 IH21 46 Young W M Rogers 31 8 31 8 70il FLON LON FLON LON 95 3 2 31 5 5 T Knight W H McCorkle Cockle 20 50 20 BO 6371 PEG PARKS 98 4 6666 Kitley Kirtle P OBrien O'Brien 100 200 100 200 200Time Time 12 241 491 1 011 1 141 141Winner Winner Ch f by Riley Belter Better Skelter Shelter SkelterPost Seltzer Post 5 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving hard Hurly Burly played with her field It was a sharp form reversal too Both races were run in the same time Today she had twelve pounds on Ferroll Ferro ran a fair race She is not at her best She may im ¬ prove from this race Eight Bells was on the outside all tho thou way Tab her She is a good filly Our Gertie Erie and Flon Felon Flon Felon both showed speed The latter was outclassed and stopped badly Overweights Overweighs badlyOverweights Eight Bells 4 pounds TOW SECOND RACE 1 Mile All Ages Allowances t J J O 5400 added net value to winner 405 15 entrance 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A Vi X StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L O 2301 WBITETFROST BITTEREST 107 21 32 22 23 It 14 Barrett Barrette ESGardnerSon3 57 1011 201320 5y87 CANDLEBLACK CANDLEWICK 99 51 5 4 3 2H 25 Clawson Lawson W A Pinkerton 6746 698o MISS GUSSIE GUSSIED 104 6 4 3 45 32 310 T Burns Ed Fitzgerald 6655 6953 MAZO MAO 79 3 12 15 11 41 13 T Knight Welch Co 30 30 20 30 7Glt iHINDOONET 104 4u 6 6 SNK SANK 55 5U N Turner H E Leigh 10 15 10 15 6781 HAMPDEN HEMPEN 104 1 2 52 6 6 6 Hewitt W M Wallace 6 30 6 15 39iWinner Time 15Time 241 49 1 01i 1 14 1 39i WildflowerPost Wildflower Winner Br f 4 by Iroquois Wildflower Post 2 minutes Staitgood Sainthood The two leaders were driving hard third cleverly White Frost was the Qlass Lass of the field She had to do her best to win Barrett Barrette was at work on her the entire length of ttio trio stretch Candloblack Camelback ran a cracking good race He moved up fast on the far turn and looked very dangerous at the eighth pole This is a good colt and in condition right now He should win at once Miss Gussie Gussied was tangled up at the start With clear sailing she w uld auld have been much closer up Mazo Matzo showed speed for about five and a half furlongs He was out to the last ounce and sweiving swerving at the finish Hindooaet Indolent and Hampdon Hampton were beaten off all the way wayScratched Scratched Charley Christy 119 T7 fC THIRD RACE 1 2 Mile 2yearolds Allowances Quickstep Stakes 5 J J tj 1500 added net value to winner 2260 60 entrance 300 to second 100 to tothird toothier third Ind Indo Horses Wt St X K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C S4W OVERTON OVERTONE 125 41 21 21 H T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 45 6 5 45 65 H718AILYAR 65H718AILYAR 118 11 11 H 21 W Martin P Dunne 8 15 8 15 315X6ViTOLUCA 6749 BLACK VENUS 122 2NK 31 31 32 J N Turner E O Pepper 3 4 3 31 5X6ViTOLUCA 115 51 51 41 41 Clawson Lawson S C Hildreth Children 3 51 3 51 51704jJOLLY 15tW3 704jJOLLY ROGER 118 7 75 64 55 Thorpe W J Donohue Downpour 10 15 10 15 tW3 IW3 307012MAY OLINTHUS PLINTHS 125 3 4t 52 62 Shields J G Brown Co 12 30 12 30 7012MAY DROIT ADROIT 108 61 62 7 71 720 Foucon Soupcon John Huffman 25 60 25 60 6984 LOBOS 118 8 888 Barrett Barrette Mason Co 15 15 6 7 Added starter Time 12 241 36 48 Winner 48Winner B c by BelviderePeninah Belvedere BelviderePeninahPost Post 19 minutes Start fair Won driving hard second and third also under keen pressure W Overton Overtone again showed his class and staying qualities He is a colt of great quality Burns rode him hard from the three furlong pole home An eighth out it looked as though he could never catch Ailyar Halyard The latter got away well and ran a cracking good race He hadnt hadn't class enough and weakened at the end Martin punished him severely in the closing drive Black Venus was running fast at the finish She was close to the rails all the way and was well handled Had the race been five furlongs she would have beaten Ailyar Halyard Lobos heavily played was off poorly and showed no SDond Sound He did not race to his notch Toluca Toucan ran only a fair race She set ms backScratched backscratcher to like weight off Olinthus Plinths has evidently gone back Scratched Gold Fox 118 Cathedral 121 Bill Anthony 111 H 1 6 FOURTH RACE 1 18 Miles 3yearolrts and upward Selling 3 JLvV 500 added net value to winner 505 15 entrance 75 to second J25 to third Iiid Iii Horses Wt St St J4 X StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners Owners6954FLORONSO O H L C 6954FLORONSO Pinkerton7014DON 104 5 5 5 21 H 121 13 Clawson Lawson VV A Pinkerton 7014DON ORSINO ORSON 94 31 4 3 3 3 21 22 T Burns C A Tilles Tiles 69 6 OFFICIAL 90 1 21 1 1 211 32 31 Gray T W Coulter 4444 70132DOROTHY III 102 41 31 21 4U 41 41 4u Barrett Barrette C J Kelly Co 15 15 8 10 6867 ROGER B 105 2 IH 41 5 5 5 5 Conley Coney F C Moshier Mushier 30 30 30 30 Time 30Time 121 25 371 50 1 02i 1 401 1 531 531Winner Winner B c 3 by Fonso Fonts Florence E EPost Post Post 2 minutes Start good Wou Would under a stout pull second eased a trifle after an early drive Third and fourth driving hard Floronso Florins was much the best He ran around his field and was always well in hand He is good and has some class Don Orsino Orinoco ran his race He is not good enough to beat Floronso Florins Official is an honest colt Dorothy III ran her race too This company was too fast for her Roger B finished strong Scratched strongScratched Kriss Kiss Kringle Cringle 90 Morte Mote Fonse Fosse 107 107Overweights Overweights Overweighs Dorothy III 2 pounds Roger B 3 r7 I f I FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 100 Yards 3yearolds and upward Allowances 4 JL J JL Purse 500 value to winner 450 10 entrance 75 to second and 25 to third fnd fend Horses Wt St Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 7042 MACY MAY 110 2 21122122 IH 14 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 25 25 27 13 13J41 J41 THE MANXMAN MAMMA 110 3 3 3 3 3 2H Thorpe J J Harrison 4 4 31 4 70413TRAVERSER 100 1 Hi 11 li 2 3 Slack R Bradley 15 15 10 10 Time 10Time 24 491 1 14 1 391 1 45 AlgaOff Logoff Winner 45Winner Br c 4 by Hindoo Indoor Alga Off at first break to a good start Won easily at the end the other two were driving Macy Marcy was the best He had to be hard driven though at the head of the stretch to get clear The coJt cot is gstting gusting cunning and bears in some from the whip He came very near being disqualified HP and Traverser Traverse swung wide enough in the stretch to give The Manxman Mamma room to get through on the inside When straightened the three were about on even terms Burns used his whip on Macy Marcy The colt bore in and it looked as though he sharply interfered with Traverser Traverse The lat ¬ ter tear in turn bumped The Manxman Mamma Slack who rode Traverser Traverse made a claim of foui foul He was slow in making the claim aad ad before giving it notice the judges announced the result After hearing Slacks story Thorpe was sent for He also claimed that Macy Marcy interfered with Traverser Traverse A long consultation was held but the judges decided to let the race go as the horses finished Traverser Traverse is a bad horse and always darts to the rail He may have been the direct cause of the interference The Manxman Mamma was nicely ridden and ran an extraordinarily good race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Floronso Florins 100 The Devil 100 Fort Erie Form Chart. FORT EB E FORM CHART CHARTFORT HARTFORD FORT ERIE ONT July l Pffjfcth day Fort Erie Jockey Club Summer Meeting WeathJ Wealth WeathJiClpudy Wealthily iClpudy cloudy track fair Presiding Judge John J Carter Starter H D Brown Racing starts at 2 30 p m T 7115 1 I K FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Wt St J4 A M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 112 2 11 11 12 11 Flint A C McCaffdrty 4 10 4 8 70tit MAXIMO MAXIM GOMEZ 95 4 21 22 22 22 Valentine M Clancy 6 10 6 10 7015 FORSEEN FOREMEN 105 5 51 6 3 31 P Clay P M Civill Civilly 7038 NIMROD IMO 112 8 77 62 41 McGlone McConnell H H Stover Stove n 858OUR BISHOP 107 1 41 41 4 53 Powers F Garner 7UWJDAVE S 109 7 8 8 7 61 Freeman Campbell Bros Brows 7005 MIRTH 951 6 62 51 8 7 E Scherrer Sherrie W Meehan Methane 20 40 20 30 6977 FAUSTONIC FAUSTIAN 10419 9998 W Young H F Leet Let 40 60 30 50 6N88 688 CYCLONE 106 3 3 3 51 9 VanKuren Anuran Rickabangh Bricklaying Co 60 10060 75 7037 BLLE BELLE OF ST GLAIR LAIR 95 10 10 10 10 10 L Smith F Weithoff With 40 60 20 50 Time 50Time 24 49 102 114 114Winner Winner Ch h 7 by Tom Nicholls Nichols Mollie R Post 5 minutes Start good Won handily Jesse had the speed of the party Was tiring tho thou last hundred yards Maximo Maxim Gomez came very fast at the end Would have won in a few more strides Nimrod Imo made up considerable ground in the run home There was a weak ride on Dave S SScratched Scratched Scratched South Africa 110 Earl Fonso Fonts 101 Skillman Skill 99 Annie Lauretta Laurent 93 93Overweights Overweights Overweighs Davo Dave S 2 pounds Mirth 1 Faustonic Faustian SECOND RACE 4 12 Furlongs Purse 250 2yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses 5 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners H L C 5197 TUT TUTU TUT TUTU 23 IH INK Sherland Shetland J S Wadsworth Adsorb 846 70063ANNOWAN 32 22 23 N Hill F D Collins 21 21H 424 7067 GAVOTTE 11 33 30 P Clay H Peyton Python 4 4J 646 70923 FRED PERKINS PERKINSHAPPY PERKINS 7 42 42 Powers J Dyment Doyen 4 4BningtnGrdnrS HAPPY KNACK 114 9 9 97 7 5 5K H Lewis BningtnGrdnrS 6832 30FLORIDIAN JIM LICK LICKFLORIDIAN 113 8 61 61 61 R Mason H H Stover Stove 30 30J 30 20 20 FLORIDIAN 113 6 51 51 72 McGlone McConnell J E Seagram 8 12 6 10 7006 LEAL LEA II 110 7 888 Freeman J James 8 10 4 8 6802 KEEN WINKLE 11011 11 11 9 Flint M A Coleman 20 40 15 30 7094 HEROICS 110 5 10 10 10 VanKuren Anuran T Costello 30 40 30 40 6602 REED 113 10 43 9 11 Gallena Galena D C Schafer Chafer 20 30 15 25 20Time Time 251 50 56 Winner B f by Strathmore Stratford La Juive Jive JuivePost Guidepost Post 6 minutes Start fair Won driving Annowan Annoyance came strong on the end Hill waited too long with her Tut Tutu Tut Tutu fought it out gamely The race should improve her The others were of no account accountScratched accounts Scratched Amah 110 Overweights Overweighs Happy Knack 1 pound 71 1 7 T THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Yz Str Star Fin Jockeys O H L C 109 3 22 21 21 2 x IN Flint W A Harper 6951 PEARL 92 4 INK INK 11 1 21 Valentine H H Stover Stove 3433 70403BELZARA 343370403BELZARA 102 5 7 71 53 41 3 E Scherrer Sherrie Gibbs Gobs Son 12 50 12 50 70402TONY 5070402TONY HONING 107 2 4 51 7 32 41 Sherland Shetland P M Civill Civilly 5 d 5 6 70102TEN PINS 89 1 8 8 61 51 52 Tully W H Roller 5656 7009 JU DGE GE QUIGLEY 100 7 G 61 4 61 6 Powers E Slaughter 2 21 2 2 69il LAURETTA LAURENT D 104 8 9 9 9 8 7 P Clay E Moore 15 30 10 30 7010 BON JOUR 10216 51 31 3 7 8 N Hill H Williams 8 12 6 10 70373LORD FARANDOLE97 9 31 42 8 9 9 L Smith J Rivard Ricardo 20 30 15 25 1383 HENCHMAN 97 10 10 10 10 10 10 McQuade Maculae BenctnGardnerSO 200 50 150 6801 TOM HUGHES 9811 11 20Time 11 11 11 11 R Mason R J Hynes Haynes 15 25 15 20 Time 241 491 1 15 1 42 42Winner Winner B h 5 by The Hook Santa Anita AnitaPost Anita Post 14 minutes Start good Won driving tho thou next three driving hard Flint outrode outride Valentino at the finish Pearl crowded Tony Honing on the rail the last sixteenth Ben Jour stopped to nothing Judge Quigley had no spsed sped Bolzara Bola would have won with a good rider She had to go all around her field Scratched Stray Step 104 Quack Quack 98 Scraps 85 85Overweights Overweights Overweighs Bon Jour 2 pounds T 1 1 Q FOURTH RACE 58 Mile 2yearolds Allowances I JL JL O Niagara Stakes Value 1000 Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Ow Ow6925HIARTIMAS M61172PRCE 6925HIARTIMAS 118 2 21 IH 11 12 H Lewis W M Hendrie Henries 12 35 1 2 35 61172PRCE Se70943RECORD 343470943RECORD 3561172PRCE PLAUSIBLE108 1 1 2 2io 210 McGlone McConnell JE Se Seagram 3434 70943RECORD 108 3 3 3 3 3 L Smith E Mo Moore 5 5 115115 115115Time Time 24 36 1 02 02Winner BiggonetPost Winner Ch c by Candlemas Candelas Biggonet Bygone Post 12 minutes Start fair Won handily Record ran out at the stretch turn He cut up considerably furlongScratched furlongs at the post Prince Plausible tired the last furlong Scratched Ben Viking 110 Canuck Amuck 108 7119 FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Vi StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H J 7068OUR JOHNNY 115 1 30 303022 1N H Lewis W Cheritan Christian 2323 710710353569263BEAU 7070 LANKY BOB 105 2 11 H 111 11 26 Sherland Shetland Steele Co 7107103535 69263BEAU IDEAL 102 3 21 21 2 30 350 Neumeyer Mummery E H Hanna 45 45 7010 VICTORINE VICTORIAN 95444444F 40Time Healy M H Healy 30 40 30 40 Time 261 51 1 03 1 16 1 42 153 Winner HookerOff Hooker 153Winner Ch c 4 by Fresno Jess by Joe Hooker Off first bieak beak to a good start Won in a hard drive second also driving The pace suited Our outclassedScratched outclassed Johnny Lewis outrode outride Sherland Shetland when it came to a finish Victorine Victorian was outclassed Scratched Trivoli Tripoli 102 Sue Kittie Kitties 100 TEl Telegraphic Correct Concise Comeb Comb form SHeets and Entries expertly indexi4 Training News a Specialty Off our own Presses PressesBefore Presses Before the Chicago dailies 126 FIFTH AYR AYER Page  Brighton Beach 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BRIGHTON BEACH FORM Nfiw YOEK YOKE N Y July 12 The form of Wedues Swedes lays Brighton Beach fields is isFirst misfires First RaceBen Traceable Ronald or Songster Atlantus Atlantis Ella Daly Dally DalyPC Dally PC lid Race Ben Lodi Prince of Wales Meddlesome MeddlesomeThird Meddlesome Third Race Briar Sweet Tabouret Tambour Octave OctaveFourth Octave Fourth Race Tripping Rondo or Beu Beau Ron ¬ ald auld Penp Pep oDay today oDayFifth oafish Fifth Race Kirkwood Ironwood Hilee Chile General Mart Gary Siitli Sit RiC9 Ein Erin Merlin Taranto Arrant Brighton Beach Entries. BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES Pr liabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 6 116 660 67663 Bon Ronald 4 113 700 70532Atlantus 4 108 680 70812Songster 3 107 690 7079 Visenta Vietnam 3 107 665 7033 Ella Daly Dally 3 99 670 Second Race 58 Mile 2yearolda Maidens Allowances Ind Indo Horses color sex pedigreeWt pedigree Hdcp Dc Improvident b c by Spend ¬ thrift Liantha Pliant 112 Task Master b c by Knight Knightof Knight of Ellerslie Wellesley Pearl Glen 112 The Burlington Route b c by byCandlemas bystanders Candlemas Candelas Puritan Lass 112 Fast Black blk balk f by Water ¬ cress A biloue blouse 109 6363 Deceptive 107 630 7024 Meddlesome 107 680 6970 Ben Lodi 107 700 5668 Leando Leland 107 635 63570242Prince 70242Prince of Wales 107 690 7024 Judge Magee 107 645 6949 SkyScraper 104 650 65070543Subject 70543Subject 104 670 5629 Coquina 104 655 6733 St Sophia 104 660 7080 Country Dance 104 640 7109 MailBag 104 665 665Third Third Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Fillies Allowances Ind Indo Horses Horses7058Tabouret Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 7058Tabouret Ill 700 7082Briar Sweet 111 800 6527 PinkChambray Ill 675 7004 Octave 106 f80 6915 Fleeting Gold 106 690 7023 Calculation 106 670 7031 Fenetta Vendetta 108 665 Fourth Race Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Handicap 6974Peep oDay today 5 126 6451 Dr Catlott Calotte 4 119 7055Rondo 5 116 67663 Ben Ronald 4 112 7025 Caldron 4 107 70i63Tripping 4 106 69712Nosoy 3 100 708l3Sensational 7055 Jefferson Fifth Race34 MUe Moue MUe2yearolds 2yearolds Selling Selling70833Kirkwood 70833Kirkwood 112 7083 Brahmin 110 708H Hileo Chile 109 70002General Mart Gary 107 6920 Lepida Lapidary 104 6920 Diminutive 104 7083 Russella Russell Walden 102 Sixth Race 1 116 Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling70793Ein 70793Ein N 4 110 709 King T 5 106 7079 Taranto Arrant 4 102 70573Merlin 3 96 6661 Inspection 3 85 Washington Park Form. WASHINGTON PARK FORM The form of Wednesdays Washington Park fields is isFirst misfires First Race Spirituelle Spiritual Santello Antelope Galathee Althea GalatheeSecond Ablates Second Race St Callatine Palatine Ben Hadad Add Bangle BangleThird Bangle Third Raca Racal The Roman Charley Christy Al Fresco FrescoFourth Fresco Fourth Race Morte Mote Fonse Fosse Daisy F Alvar Alva ado II IIFifth Fiftieth Fifth Race Uarda Guardia Timemaker Tidemark Mistral II Washington Park Entries. WASHINGTON PARK ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances nd Horses Age Wt Hdcp Dc Hdcp70743Tulla 70743Tulla Fonso Fonts 105 700 700Approval Approval br c by Pessara Presser Ruperta Rupert 108 69833Galathee 108 720 69903 Bill Anthony 108 715 6865 Silver Tone 108 650 65070453Santello 70453Santello 115 715 71570452Spirjtuelle 70452Spirjtuelle 112 750 750Second Second Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances 7076 Our Chance 110 675 70UBangle 115 725 6932 Ben Hadad Add 115 735 7356S07St 6S07St Callatine Palatine 117 750 750Third Third Race 1 14 Miles 3yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap70763Forte 70763Forte 3 90 785 7857015A1 7015A1 Fresco 3 94 790 79070752Charley 70752Charley Christy 4 95 795 79569852The 69852The Roman 4 109 800 800Fourth Fourth Race 1 110 Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling64092Daisy 64092Daisy F 3 90 690 69070152Nathanson 70152Nathanson 3 101 670 67070133Alvarado 70133Alvarado II 5 107 685 7075 J H O 4 110 665 7013 Morto Morton Fonse Fosse 6 110 700 700Fifth Fifth Race1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances70762Uarda 70762Uarda 3 95 750 7075 Mistral II 4 103 735 7011 Braw Lad 4 103 685 70753 Hohenzollern 4 107 715 7016 Meddler 7 109 680 68069853Timemaker 69853Timemaker 4 110 745 THE LATEST READY FOR DELIVERY Monthly Racing Form paper paperFrom paper 100 From June 125 inclusive inclusiveLeather inclusive Leather Two = rionths riots Racing Form paper 200 FourMonths Fourteenths Racing Form leather on order 500 Tne Tine Leather Book is Specially Bound for Hard Use Its Covers are Flexible and the Index piinted painted on Linen Paper and Lettered for Finger Use The Books Index is Plain and Serviceable THE INDEX IS FULL AND COMPLETE H 0 EDITION IS LIMITED THSRE THESE ARE BUT FEW OF THE LONGTERM LONGER VOL VTOL UMBftJ ORDERS E1LLJDA3 RSCSJIVtSD WE PAY THE FREIGHT Dally Racing Form Publishing Co 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL 25 CENTS IN PAPER 50 CENTS IN SOFT MOROCCO American Sporting flanual faucal of 1898 1898A 9 A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON 13EN EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT 3eorge Siler Silver on Pugilism Tom Gallagher on Billiards F H Brunei and C C Riley on Racing Ed Sheridan on Baseball Louis Sass on football cyclina cycling and athletics athleticsAN athletics AN OFFICIAL COMPENDIUM OF RECORDS RECORDSIACING RECIDIVATING IACING ACING TROTTING PACING BICYCLING BILLIARDS BASEBALL ATHLETICS PUGILISM AND THE PDGILISTIC DIGLOTTIC EYENTSOF EVENTS 1897 JSTD STD TABLES NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES THREE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS SUMMARIES BY EXPERTS ON EACH SUBJECT DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDKDITED DISCUSSED KDITED KITED BY K HL BRUNEI DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL Page  St. Louis Form Chart. ST LOUIS FORM CHART ST LOUIS MO July 12 Fiftyfirst Fifty day St Louis Fair Association Spring Meeting Weather cluar cellular track fast Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter C C Chinn Chin Racing starts at 230 p m O FIKST FIST RACE s Purse 100 2yearolds Selling L I x Ind Indo Horses Wt St M V6 Si StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6r05 RED PIRATE 103 5 62 32 1 Snoll Knoll A Cahn Can 4 o 4 44 7064 GEORGEDUNNTT10 2 2 2 22 Vancamp Vance V Heard 44 5 4 44 7034 LA FAYETTE FAYE 103 3 3 43 32 Combs J F Grefer Refer 8 10 6 8 6847 JERRY HUNT 103 1 12 12 4 JMcDonaldB McDonald Schreibt Schreiber r 75 957585 7064 BLENHEIM BLENCHING 103 4 41 52 52 Gilmore W H Cutler 8 10 8 8 6997 MR BROOKWOOD BROOK 100 7 7 61 61 E Penu Pen W L Creamer 15 25 15 20 6910 TUBE PAINE 103 8 877 Hall J W Medliu Medium 12 20 12 15 7031 EASTER JOHN 100 6 52 8 8 T Leigh J Hullmau Hillman 50 100 50 75 75Time Time 12 244 50i 57 57Winner Winner Ch c by Pirate of Penzance Penance Ray W WPost Post Post 9 minutes Start good The first two were driving hard Jerry Hunt had no excuses excusesHe excuses He was off in front and quit badly at the finish George Dunnett Dunne appeared to be winning until untilRed untilled Red Pirate came to him with a rush at the sixteenth pole The latter had all the bad luck and was the best 71O3 SECOND KACE ACE 1 31O Miles Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Vt Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H If O 70B03DEMOriIHENES 104 6 53 53 5 It I2 Snell Smell G W Yelverton Telethon 443 165 16570613DR 70613DR BERNAYS BETRAYS 104 1 3 31 3s 35 21 JMcDonaldB McDonald Schreiber 35453535 7081 UPS AND DOWNS 107 7 7 61 1 22 36 Furr Furor O Inloro Inglorious 12 50 J2 40 6995 MASSACRE 101 4 41 41 41 5 41 T Williams G Whitman 10 10010 75 7570602MISS 70602MISS FLORIDE FLORID 102 3 21 I 22 42 5 Givens H Pierce 8 20 8 15 7061 LAURA MAY 102 5 6 7 6 6 6 Ctmbs Tombs J Fleming 15 15 6 6 6078 FRANK SIGMAN SIGMA 104 2 INK 2 7 7 7 Ellis J B Sharp Co 50 30050 150 150Time Time 25 50 1 021 1 16 1 441 1 58i 2 05i 05iWinner Winner B c 4 by Reporter Lady Lou LouPost Outpost Post 2 minutes Start good Won cleverly recond recon in a drive Dr Bernays Betrays had no excuses He does not seem to have recovered from his severe sickness at San Francisco Demosthenes Remoteness was well ridden Ups and Downs held on better than usual 71O4 THIRD T RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling ind bind Horses Wt St St70302COUNT M Vi Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H 1 70302COUNT FONSO FONTS 105 12 8 2n 42 12 JMcDonaldBowers McDonald Co 8845 69942KING GOLD 110 2 268183XALISSA 2 INK 11 2 Wilhite Iolite E G Wachter Watcher Co2 6 25 68183XALISSA 96 7 910 5nK SH 311 T Leigh J Huffman 3634 7030 ATTAINMENT 100 5 6 61 62 42 Vaucamp Vulcan Timmons Simmons Marksl2 50 12 50 4450 WIGGINS 96 9 97030VERIFY 72 42 22 53 Lines FosterBrumiield24 5 21 4 7030VERIFY 96 4 467602FOURTH SNK SANK 71 7 62 Frost 2 3 2 21 67602FOURTH WARD 100 1 54 8 8 7 Gilmore G Grassmuck Grass 8 20 8 12 6443 DEWDROP 105 3 369453LADY 10 10 9 8 May M P Mattingly Matting 20 100 20 100 69453LADY CALLAHAN 105 6 11 9 10 9 Newcom Newcomer M S Hughes 1469 GROGANETTE GROANER 103 8 43 32 51 10 Suell Sell P Grogan Groan 50 100 50 100 6673 JUDGE STOUFFER105 10 11 11 11 11 Hall F Phillips 40 100 40 75 4974 TRAMP 107 11 12 12 12 12 Goodwin Godwin J Long 100 500 100 300 300Time Time 24 494102 115 115Winner Winner Ch g 4 by Prince Fonso Fonts Artless ArtlessPost Artless Post 4 minutes Start good Won in a mild drive second and third driving hard Count Fonso Fonts was much the best Off last he picked up his field one by one and had no tiouble trouble at the end earlyScratcued King Gold tired badly at the end Lady Callahan quit early Scratcued Scratched Harrie Harriet Floyd 10J Randazzo Rwanda 99 Travis 110 71O5 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7000 65857u32GUIDE FORBUSH FORBES 96 4 4 4 4 22 IN T Leigh G C Bennett 752 6585 7u32GUIDE ROCK 97 3 21 21 11 H 24 Lines F W Johnson 3 3 2 13 5 70632JACKANAPES 100 2 34 3 SNK SANK 4 3 JMcDonaldA McDonald Covington Coving 2 4 95 34 69842LIBATION 97 1 14 IH 21 3 4 Frost A Cahn Can 3533 3533Time 43tWinner Time 26 51J 1 04t 1 18 1 43t Winner B g bj Free Knight Isabella IsabellaPost Isabella Post 2 minutes Start good First three wore driving Libation and Guide Rock killed each other racing in front Forbush Forbes was perfectly ridden and closed game and true It was a tight fit but Leigh outrode outride Lines at the end Jackanapes closed strong Overweights Overweighs strongOverweights Jackanapes 3 pounds r7 I CC FIFTH RACE78 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O II L C 66763 BEQUEATH 109 3 44 52 42 3 is Snell Smell A Cahn Can 5 12 4 10 694 SEAPORT 112 4 51 41 21 12 22 Combs P Tomlinson Tompkins Co 24 3 7575 70612 BliAU Lieu MONDE 112 1 14 11 13 24 31 WDean Dean HGSeamau 4 4 3 4 7033 IMPERIOUS 109 9 7 7 72 42 44 Frost B Schreiber 10 SO 10 20 6963 LIVADIA LIVONIA 107 U fl 11 9 7 52 Hall J Griffin Co 10 20 10 15 6762 BILL JACKMAN JACK 109 12 12 12 10 9 61 Hmkey Homey O G Parke Parker 10 30 10 20 109 7 31 32 52 5 7 Gilmore T Sayois Sao 10 30 10 20 706 KINGS PAWN 10J 5 8 10 11 10 8 Lines BensouWattsCo20 50 20 40 6818 PROMPTO PROMPT 112 2 21 2 32 62 9 JMcDonaldA McDonald P Murphy Co 8 12 8 8 5919 BENV1DERE 112 10 61 6 62 8 10 Leudrum Ludlum C E Patterson 21 6 21 4 7030 KING OSCAR 112 14 14 14 13 12 11 T Leigh J Huflmau Hula 15 100 15 75 70293REEFER 107 8 9 8 8 11 12 Hendricks Kendrick R E Maddox 15 10015 75 6560 FUSING 109 6 10 9 12 13 13 McClusky Nucleus SchrzeudlMyerlS Sacredly 200 15 150 6J62 1506J62 GEORGE T TODD 112 13 13 13 14 14 14 Wilhite Iolite Stubbs Stubs Bros Brows 12 50 12 40 Time 131 25i 371 1 04 1 17i 1 30i Winner 30iWinner LegacyPost Legacy B g by Belvidere Belvedere Legacy Post 9 minutes Start good Won ridden out second cleverly Bequeath was the best but was stopping badly at the finish Seaport and Beau Monde had no excuses Imperious closed strong Prompto Prompt as usual had lots of speed Seaport was going better than Bequeath at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Aberegate Abrogate 112 71O7 SIXTH RACE34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6967 SORROW 95 4 31 33 2 12 flotliersall forties J C Cahn Can 6634 663470312MONTGOMERY 70312MONTGOMERY 107 1 H 12 12 31 Mclntyre McIntyre W P Magrane Marianne 852 7585 75857C622H 7C622H S 1OBACCO 108 3 21 2 33 32 T Leigh W L Cassidy 2 1258585 125858569943QRGAN 69943QRGAN PILOT 105 5 41 41 41 41 JMcDonaldA McDonald Covington Coving 10 20 10 20 206945SIDDUBIA 6945SIDDUBIA 105 6 51 52 51 511 Snell Smell J C Ghio GIGO 8 20 8 15 6942 MITCHELL 108 2 6666 Gilmore A Hobusch Hobs 10 20 10 15 Time 15Time 21 4911021141 Winner 4911021141Winner B f 3 by Faustus Faust Belle Broeck Brock BroeckPot Brock Pot 14 minutes Start good Won in a mild drive second driving hard Sorrow was the best When Hothersall Others hit her with the whip at the threesixteenths pole she swerved and crossed H S Tobacco but did not stop him Montgomery swerved to the fence when Mclntyro McIntyre hit him with the whip He has been nerved and is a bad proposition over a hard track Brighton Beach Form Chart. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM CHART CHARTBRIGHTON CHARTERING BRIGHTON BKACH BACH N T July 13 Sixth day Brighton Beach Kacing Acing Associatic Associative Spring Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 230 p m 71O8 1 Mile 600 added 3yearoids and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt tit Vi Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners 69jliCAAlPAiNIA 97 3 21 2170252HER 31 21 1 Maher T D Sullivan 544 70252HER OWN 99 4 1 U 14 23 OConnor O'Connor Mrs W C Daly Dally 2i 2 2i 70583 PRINCE AUOKLAND91 6 4 4H 4 34 McCue McClure J Corbett Corvette 10 8 8 7028 HAN LON 101 1017 7 34 347o8 52 5 54 51 43 Dupee Dupe C Hughes 545 7o8 TANIS ANIS 101 5 54 32 2 McuurmottH McDermott Patterson 50 20 40 5413 GUN METAL 95 1 1776 7 7 63 63 610 Songer Sponger J Hyues Hues Co 50 15 30 70 33ALARUM 107 2 61 6 7 7 7 Doggett Doge R C Doggett Doge 20 8 15 600 DOUBLE QUICK 109 8 8 SimmsTime Summertime 8 8 8 8 Simms Sims F Brown 24 2 2i Time 254 491115 142 Winner B m 6 by Hayden Edwards Virgie Virile Wright Start good Won easily Campania Campanula was perfectly handled and lucky She is fond of light weight was the best and ran in her best form Her Own appeared to be galloping the first three quarters but failed to respond when challenged in the stretch still she ran well Priuce Price Auck Amuck ¬ land vas a good horse ail through but had no chance with his jockey Hanlon Hanson appeared driving throughout but came strong and game at the end Tanis Anis is fast but belongs among the cheapest Alarum is still short He inclines to mud Double Quick is of no earthly accfuut accouter at present presentScratched presents Scratched Rotterdam 108 108Overweights Overweights Overweighs Tanis Anis 1 pouad proud Gun Metal 2 Double Quick 1 7109 SECOND RACE 58 Mile 600 added 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vi 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 2 K IH Songer Sponger J Galway 6 8 i 7 7 5t 2 OLeary O'Leary Rogers Rose 20 50 20 oO 70243MARK MILES 112 3 12 1U 12 Z Jones C F Grady 8 15 8 15 7024 DAN CUPID 112 9 88 61 41 Murphy J D Smith 2 2i 2 2 2LA LA PENITENTS 11111 10 9 7 5 Lictlefield Liquefied C Littlefield Littered Jr 5 15 5 12 6900 MAIL BAG 109 7 2 41 4 62 Dupeo Dupe W L Oliver 10 15 10 12 6970 SAVORY 112 5 9 10 8 73 Simms Sims J E Madden 8 li 8 15 6879 HIGH BORN 109 10 11 11 9 81 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 30 50 30 aO 69703 RARE PERFUME 112 8 3 5 10 9 Maher John Daly Dally 3 34 3 3 7024 SOMERS ISOMERS 112 1 41 3 3 10 Doggett Doge M F Dwyer 10 20 10 15 5794 RO3EBED 112 4 6 6 fell deadTaral deodar Bromley Brome Co 2 3 2 2 2Time Time 12i 231 361 50i 1 03t 03tWinner Winner Ch c by Hanover Nellie C CStart Start Start fair Won driving Hurricane was lucky weli eli handled and saved ground throughout Goblin is a good looker and came very strong at the end Miles was lucky and well handled too He is not much to the eye but fast He swerved all dver diver the track at the end and will win WOOD but among cheaper ones Cupid got away badly took the long route and got an atrocious ride Ho is a grand looker aud Maud stayer slayer Watch him La Penitente Penitent was practically left at the start was coming fastest of all at the end and ran a really good race Vas easily the best Mail Bag was srtort retort Savory is not much Hitrh Hit Born was off badly Perfume is on the small order and belongs in lower class Somers Isomers ran well and was pulled up in the last sixteenth Watch liim lima Rosebed Rosebud fell dead from heart disease diseaseScratched diseases Scratched Belle of H 1C9 1C9Overwei Overwei Overweigh hts hats La Penitente Penitent 2 pounds Tl 1 i TflIRD Felid RACE 34 Mile 700 added 4yearolds and upward C JL JL J Owners Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vt Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C C6880TOGDEN 6880TOGDEN 100 2 INK n iij ii i Maher Marcus Daly Dally 15 15 llOlS lOllS llOlS6793TREMARGO 6793TREMARGO 101 1 2222 Jones W flayward lanyard 5856 5856Time Time 12i 231 35 47 1 00i 1 13J 13JWinner Winner Br c 4 by Kilwarlin Kigali Oriole OrioleStart Orioles Start fair Won in a gallop It was a record breaking performance for this track Ogden was never extended He is a wonder with light weight and up to a mile is the best horse here except platersScratched platters Hamburg Tremargo Tremor ran a great race but he belonus belongs among selling platers platters Scratched Dr Catlett Cattle 100 Charentus Carets 100 Ben Ronald 100 100Overweights Overweights Overweighs Tremaigo Remaking 1 pound Till FOURTH RACE34 Mile 1000 added 3yearolds and upward 6 X JL JL The Flight Handicap Ind Indo Horsej Horse Wt St H Vt i StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C C6852ISID 16570012SWIFTMAS 6852ISID OR 125 6 31 21 21 11 Hamilton Marcus Daly Dally 24 34 24 165 70012SWIFTMAS 116 7 54 4 43 23 Taral Aral Turney Tourney Bros Brows 3534 13567292CLEOPHUS 6969 HANDSEL HANDEL 114 5 1 H IH 3 Doggett Doge J A Bennett 4 4 24 135 67292CLEOPHUS 126 1 6 3n 34 4 Simms Sims M F Dwjer Dower 2524 252470022VAN 70022VAN ANTWERP 103 3 44 610 6 510 Maher Bromley Brome Co 8 15 8 12 67U92DOMITOR 111 2 777 620 Dupee Dupe C Hughes 8 20 8 15 7023 BILLALI BILLABLE 98 4 50Time 24 54 51 7 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 20 50 20 50 Time 12i 231 334 474 1 01 1 14 Winner Ch c 4 by Amphion Lampion Isis Start go d Won easily It was a fine race in every way Isidor Insider was best and is a crack sprinter and weight carrier He is in his best form Swiftmas Swiftness was somewhat unlucky and pocketed closed very fast at end He is good and got a strong ride Watch him Handsel Handel ap ¬ peared pearled a trifle sore in his preliminary He favors soft or muddy going and is good in such Cleophiis Clovis is in fine trim She got a bad ride Antwerp belongs among cheaper ones Domitor Dormitory was very sore previous to che ache race Billali Billable belongs in a lower class He likes the track though Scratched Damien 120 Loiterer 109 Premier 106 Tickler 101 Beekman Beckman 95 7 1 O FIFTH RACE 1 Mile 600 added 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St VA V Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 7057RAPPAHANNOCK 109 1 24 21 H J3 11 Doggett Doge F M Woods 1 1 35710 7001 GENERAL MACEO MACE 96 2 IH 14 22 21 2U OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 6644 66447053HANDPRESS 7053HANDPRESS 104 4 3s 3 34 34 33 Maher J Hynes Haynes Co 2525 7025 HOWARD S 112 3 4 4 4 4 4 Taral Aral Bromley Brome Co 5655 Time 5655Time 254 49i l02i 115 1421 1421Winner Winner Ch c 3 by Potomac Lavinia Livonia Belle BelleStart Belles Start good Won easily Rappahannock outclassed his field after the first five furlongs and was pulled up to a walk Maceo Maceio ran his race So did Handpress Handless Howard is of no account TITO TIT SIXTH RACE58 MileT Millet 800 added 3yeafolds and upwardr upward Selling fl JL JL O Extra Race lucl luc Horses Wt St i Vt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 70232 9209207028CHARENTUS MISS LYNAH LYNDA 107 1 1 U 13 is Mallei Male WB Jennings Col2 35 920920 7028CHARENTUS 113 4 42 42 34 2 Taral Aral O L Richards 5544 7023 DECIDE 111 6 3 34 24 33 Hamilton W Lakeland 3 6 3 4 7058 TINKLER TINKER 100 5 66 51 43 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 10 50 10 40 5235 SALLUST SMALLEST 109 2 51 51 6 510 Doggett Doge R C Dogsett Doge 10 30 10 30 5J98ORFHOS 100 3 23 23 41 6 Dupee Dupe MooreHon Moorhen acker backer 10 20 10 20 5153 WOOD RANGER 101 7 Fell Neville W Jennings 6 30 6 20 20Time 014Winner Time 12 234 35 481 1 014 Winner Ch m 5 by Fauslus Fabulous Talla Tall Bena Buena BenaStart Beast Start straggling W9n pulled up Lynah Lynda was lucky beat the barrier and had everything in her favor Under such circumstances slio slip was easily the best but is uncertain She beat nothing of class today Charentus Carets is a fair horse but wants a longer race Decide got away badly He is improving Watch him He will win soon and looks very good Tinkler Tinker has no class Sallust Salute showed speed but was short Orthos Orators had a loc of speed Ho looks cheap but has a fine burst of speed speedScratched speeds Scratched Blissful 98 Overweights Overweighs Sallust Salute 5 pounds rj I t A SEVENTH RAOE1 12 Miles 500 added 4yearolds and upward Handicap C HandicapC Handicap JL JL TJC ATC Over 6 hurdles Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1 2 4 6 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 70592 KlNVARRA 131 2 31 31 3io 20 14 1 Anderson F C O Rellly 3 3 2i sT 6831 ELCID LCD 130 1 12 14 14 12 215 210 Cochrane Cochran A G Blakely Blackly 10 10 5 5 68812 BROWN RED 139 4 21 2 2 38 38 34 Chandler M Kearney 3591035910 70o93BEAUFORT 359103591070o93BEAUFORT 139 3 48 410 410 415 420 420 Collins F D Beard 6 20 6 15 709 BEAUMONT 138 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Callahan Mrs James Blute Lute 5 25 5 20 20Time Time 2191 ConnemaraStart Commemorator Winner 2191Winner B c 4 by V Vrger Verger rger roger Connemara Cinema Start good Won easily Kinvarra Invariant was best and will improve Watch him Elcid Lucid ran very green and lost at the jumps He will improve also Red appeared dead tired after only three quarters Throw out this race He is a very uncertain and bad tempered horse at besit best Others are of no account at present presentScratched presents Scratched Forget 170 MR WILLIAM EASTONX EASTON EASTONXWILL EASTON WILL SELL SIXlYFOUa THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE THEONION TENSION ONION STOCK YARDS WEDNESDAY JULY 13 730 P M MThev The Thev The are the consignments of nineteen breeders including the Nantura Mantua Sunny Slope Eothen Ethan and Parmos Armors Tarnis Tarnish and are the Progeny of TeutonJils Teutonic Rossington Crossing Montana Regent Patron Teuton Teutonic Tea Tray Albert Jils Jails ForesterEothen Forester Johnson Volants Volant King Lee Forester Klngftfonso Kingston AlbertKlngftfonso Belvidere Belvedere Eothen Ethan Candlemas Candelas Falsetto BelvidereFord Belvedere SilverminePatton Silvering Silvermine Silvering Ford ham Deceiver Onondaga DunboyneOnondaga Patton Wadsworth Adsorb George Kinney Wagner Logic Dunboyne Sunbonnet And DeceiverAnd Deceiver other Successful Sires H half brother to Traverser Traverse and a full sister Jn blood to Aau Au He mr to among those to be offered Page  TWENTYFIVE TWENTY DAYS RACING RACINGJUNE RACING JUNE 35 TO JULY 23 INCLUSIVE INCLUSIVERaces Inclusive Races Commence at 230 PM Sharp Rain or Shine Admission Including Seat in Grand Stand 100 TRAIN SERVICE ALLEY L REGULAR TRAINS ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD EXPRESS AND LOCAL TRAINS TRAINSWill Trains Connecting with all Elevated Roads via the loop every four minutes Will leave Randolph Street as follows J12 45 tl 00 1 05 110 fl20 125 1 30 fl 40 1 45 1 50 t2 00 2 05 t2 20 2 25 f2 40 CABLE AND ELECTRIC LINES Indicates through express no stops south of Van Buren Burn Street f Express with loop connec connect connecState connectable tion ion transfersat transfers 60th Street stopping at Van Buren Burn Street Hyde Park and South Park only State Street and Cottage Grove Avenue cable lines connect with all South Side crosstown linos limos transfers at 60th Street Parlor Local stopping at all stations with loop connection cars on direct to gates Calumet Electric Street Railway to South Park Avenue and 63d Street SEASON OF 1898 MIDSUMMER MEETING OPENS JULY 25 HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB CHICAGO CHICAGOTHIRTEEN CHICAGO THIRTEEN STAKES CLOSE JULY 1 5 5TO TO BE RUN ON DATES BEGINNING JULY 25 SIX STAKES FOR WHICH ENTRIES CLOSED HAY 3 WILL ALSO BE RUN DURING THIS MEETING THE CoLUMBtA Columbia STAKES 1500 Added For THE CICERO STAKES Selling 1000 Added Entrance 10 each 10 additional to start 1000 10 additional to start 1000 added of which threeyearolds and upward Entrance23 each For all agos Lagos Entrance 10 each 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 of which to start 1030 added of which 203 to second horse The winner to be 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 to be 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 in 1893 of a at auction Horses entered to ba sold for 3030 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 value of 230D 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 503 to 2303 then 1 Ib for each 200 to each 109 to 500 Starters with selling prices not won three races since July 1 allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of a stake of the value of 9DD allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of 1200 then 2 Ibs Dibs for each 103 to S30 Starters must be named through entry box at the usual one race bince Vince 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 named 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 ofentirely offensively entirely different interests to preceding the race One mile mileTHE millet THE JACKSON HANDICAP 1000 Added furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs start or the stake may be declared oil Two THE AUSTIN STAKES Selling 1000 Added For threeyearolds foals of 1895 Entrance THE GARFIELD STAKESSelling Starkness 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 10 additional to start 1033 added of of which 200 to second and 100 to third horse each 40 additional to start 750 added of Added For threeyearolds and upward En ¬ which 230 to second and 100 to third horse Weights to be announced three days before the which 150 to second and 75 to third horse The trance 10 each StO STOL 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 the publication to be sold at auction Horses entered not to be horse The winner to be sold at auction to be sold to carry waight weight for age 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 3000 to carry tered termed to be sold for 2530 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs then 3 sixteenth miles milesTHE mildest sold for 2000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs then 1 Ib for each weight for age Allowances 2 Ibs Dibs f r each Ibs Dibs for ech Zech 500 to 1500 then 1 pound for each THE LA SALLE SALE STAKESIOOO Added For 100 to 500 A winner of a stake of the value of 500 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 100 to 500 A 100 to 500 Starters with selling prices must twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 each 1000 to be entered for not less than 1500 Start ¬ winner of a race of the value of 1000 or of four be nam name id through entry box at the usual hour 40 additional to start 1000 added of which ers with selling prices must ba named through races of any value after the closing of this stake of closing the day preceding the race Seven 200 to second and 100 to third horse A winner entry box at the usual hour of closing the day to carry 5 Ibs Dibs in addition to the weight fixed by furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs of a stake since April 10 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two preceding the race Five and onehalf Neal furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs the selling price Starters with selling prices THE SPEED STAKES 1000 Added For all stakes 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more stakes 8 Ibs Dibs THE ASPIRANT STAKES 750 Added For must be named through entry box at the usual Entrance 10 each 40 additional to ages extra Maidens allowed 10 Ibs Dibs Four furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 that have not won hour of closing the day preceding the race start 1000 added of which 203 to second and this One and oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest THE HUMBOLDT HUMBLED HANDICAPIOOO Added more than three races to the date of closing 100 to third horse Twoyearolds Toeholds to carry 90 additional to stake Entrance 10 each 40 For twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 Ibs Dibs Ibs Dibs and 108 THE FINALE 1000 Added For threeyearolds fouryearolds foretold which 150 to second and HANDICAP start 750 added of each 10 additional to start 1000 added of uoward upward 113 Ibs Dibs A winner of a stake of 1100 or threeyearolds and upward Entrance 10 each 75 to third horse Nonwinners Snowiness of a stake of the which 200 to second and 100 to third horse of other than selling in 1898 to ten races races 10 additional to start 1030 added of which Weights to be announced three days before the value of 1000 if nonwinners nominees of four races 200 to second and 100 to third horse Weights carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Threeyearolds and upward day appointed for the A winner of other allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of three races 5 Ibs Dibs of two of of the of in race nonwinners nominees a race value 100 be announced before the ¬ Ibs Dibs maidens beaten to three days day ap than selling after the publication races 8 Ibs Dibs maidens 12 1898 allowed 3 Ihs if such nonwinners nominees of a purse race are for the winner of other than Five and onehalf Neal furlongs pointed race A a of weights to 5 Ibs Dibs extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs ten times 18 Iba Ia gelling purse race after the publication of three races in 1893 8 Ibs Dibs Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs carry weights to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One and onesix ones ¬ THE LINCOLN STAKES Selling 1000 THE FORWARD STAKES 1000 Added For teenth tenth miles Added For threeyearolds foals of 1895 twoyearolds toeholds foals of 1896 Entrance 10 each UOTIPR TO NftM Ft INfiTftRS Infiltrators Entries for these stakes will ba accpatel accurately oily with the understanding and upon agreement of each nominator that the decision of the Judges with respect to all iwnuu incubus LV iiuiiiumivmu qU93tions relating to the racing or the interpretatioa interpretational of the conditions of stakes shall be accepted as final In all selling sweepstakes more than two horses can be named by the same nominator but only two in the sams sans interest can start although the starting fees must be paid for all named ENTRANCE FEES MUST ACCOMPANY NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONSADDRESS NOMINATIONS ADDRESS ENTRIES TO M NATHANSON NATHAN SECRETARY ROOM 1 130 ADAMS STREET