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HOKSES ENGAGED AT HARLEM HARLEMThe The class of performers attracted by the big ad ¬ ded money to the Twentieth Century Harlem and Garden City Handicaps the popular Chicago stakes and the Austin and Riverside selling stakes is far ahead of that drawn by the same races of previous years The handicaps are among the richest in the country and the Garden City is a dash for sprinters that always enlists the speediest short distance runners of the day As individual nominations are frequently duplicated through the list of the seven fixtures for horses three years old and over the following table of the more prominent entries to the stakes mentioned has been prepared It is ample proof of the claim that the racing will be of high class classSIXYEAEOLDS SIXYEAEOLDS AND UPWAED SardonicMarta Sardonic Marta Santa SantaAndes Andes AndesAlaska Alaska AlaskaThe The Pride PrideJohn BrightScintillant John Bright Scintillant Malay ScintillantMalay MalayAilyar AilyarFingal Fingal Ailyar Orimar Mint Sauce John A Morris Federal Hard Knot Pat Morrissey Trebor Sir Hercules Rosa Tree Headwater Death Greyfeld Pink Coat Jessieji Jarboe Harrow i Sly V Goal Runner Streamer Cambrian Geyser Lennep Bummer Sevoy SevoyMaggie Maggie Davis May Beach VigilansThe Semper Frangible FrangibleSemper Vigilans The Unknown UnknownHaviland Haviland HavilandCorblets BayPhoenissa Corblets Bay Phoenissa PhoenissaDoublet Doublet DoubletHermencia Hermencia HermenciaHottentot Hottentot HottentotWater Water Cure CureWax Wax Taper TaperYellow Yellow Tail TailFlorizar Florizar FlorizarThe The Conqueror II IIKnightbanneret KnightbanneretPosition Knightbanneret Position PositionReseda Reseda ResedaThe The LadySam Lady Sam Fullen FullenBohul BohulScarlet Scarlet Bohul Lily LilyBard Bard of Avon AvonSearcher Searcher SearcherColonel Colonel Ballantyne BallantyneDuke Duke of Connaught ConnaughtIntroduction IntroductionArticulate Introduction Articulate ArticulateEthel Ethel Wheat WheatTel Tel am on onHernando Hernando HernandoMagnetic Magnetic MagneticSilverdale Silverdale Admonition AdmonitionRoyal Royal Victor VictorGolden AgeCluster Golden Age Cluster ClusterTJledi TJledi TJlediJoe Joe Frey FreyWellesley Wellesley The Monk MonkAlvescot Alvescot AlvescotSpecific Specific Tayon SpecificTayon TayonMacGyle MacGyle MacGyleMontanic Montanic WaringVulcain Waring MontanicWaring Vulcain VulcainLouisville Louisville LouisvilleMr Mr Brown BrownCyrano CyranoConstellator Cyrano Constellator ConstellatorCaviar Caviar CaviarSarilla Sarilla SarillaOrontas Orontas OrontasPlanudes Planudes Sharp PlanudesSharp Bird BirdGonfalon Gonfalon GonfalonKentucky Kentucky KentuckySt St Simonian SimonianBen Ben Chance ChanceLady Lady Strathmoro StrathmoroFrank Frank Morrison MorrisonDeuman Deuman Thompson Autolight ThompsonAutolight AutolightLady Lady Schorr SchorrMaude Maude Gonne GonneSt St Marcos MarcosJiminez Varrq VarrqBurnio JiminezVarrq Jiminez Burnio Bunton BuntonNitrate NitrateLeo Nitrate Leo Newell NewellRolling Rolling Boer BoerKenilworth KenilworthLand Kenilworth Land of Clover CloverSix Six Shooter ShooterAlard AlardMoney Money Alard Muss FOUEYEAKOLDS Omdurman Silurian June Gayle Dick Burgess OdnorFlying Flying Odnor Torpedo Sweet Tooth Argregor Fancy Man Edith Q Carl Kahler A aeneas aeneasA D Gibson GibsonWestern Western Duke DukeCactus Cactus II IIAmpere Ampere AmpereAlta Alta Loma LomaPaul Paul Clifford CliffordToah Toah ToahSouth South Breeze BreezeMcWilliams McWilliams McWilliamsDuelist Duelist Lady DuelistLady Berkeley THREEYEAROLDS laim 01 uueau Magi MagiMerriment Merriment Jingler Herodiade Pronta Grey Fox J W Rhodes Rollick H John A Clarke Easy Street Hand Rail JtcChesney Abe b rank rankBlennenworth Hargis HargisArian BlennenworthHargis Blennenworth Arian ArianThe The Giver GiverMonsienr Monsienr do IArme IArmeMemnon Memnon MemnonLittle Little Scout ScoutSouth South Trimble TrimbleProclaim ProclaimGriffiths Proclaim Griffiths GriffithsPaul Paul Creyton Lucion Appleby Brannigan Preetorins Inspector Shea Runnels Keynote Homestead Jack McGinnis Gallantrie Waninta Brixton BrixtonCharles Charles W Meyer Father Wentker Jack Rattlin Talpa TalpaWamamoinen Wamamoinen Sweet Billie Glen water Step Onward Bessie Spahr Ed Austin Quality Terra Fin Emathion Haydon Stella Perkins Barouche Frank Me Amote Gallagher Dewey Rag Tag Lacrimae Of the 545 nominations for the twoyearold stakes itvniayrjbtf iaid1hattKeywiir contribute toward making these five events and the overnight dashes for that age among the most interesting in the west because of the record number of entries and the large array of stable interests they represent All the youngsters of prominence that have appeared at this early date are entered and the fact that all of the big stables in the list of nominators have been liberal in naming their twoyearolds bears out the prophecy that no colt or filly that indicated superior speed as a yearling has been left out Aside from this there can be no line as to the form of the young racers at this time Secretary Nath anson has been fortunate in his efforts to induce owners to hand in the names of their twoyearolds the final date for registering not yet having been reached and in this detail the Harlem stake book now in press will bo of special interest The secrecy that usually envelopes the identity of the youngsters trained by the leading western owners will be removed by this publication publicationThe The season at Harlem will bo one of fortythree days only but the program of stakes and purses will call for the distribution of 200000 Purses will bo increased in value and an effort made to im ¬ prove the quality of crosscountry sport in keeping with that on the flat Ten or more stakes for decis ¬ ion during the midsummer and fall meetings will be announced in July JulyThe The full list of nominators numbering 208 dif ¬ ferent stables and showing the number of entries made by each follows It ranges from the 67 entries of E Corrigan 60 of John W Schorr 49 of S C Hildreth 48 of P Dunne 45 of G C Bennett 26 of M HTichenor Co and 32 of C R Ellison to those having sinerle representatives Owner No NoAbadie Abadie Mrs M 5 5Applegate Applegate W E 7 7Arthur Arthur James 11 11Baker Baker W R Co 5 5Barnes Barnes Wm S 13 13BellLV BellLV 6 6Bennett Bennett G C Co 45 45Bradley Bradley Mrs R 7 7Brannon Brannon Mrs J B 4 4Brenock Brenock John 4 4Boots Boots CT 16 16DardenuW DardenuW W Co 6 6Doss Doss FW 4 4Drake Drake J A 21 21DunneP DunneP 48 48Dyment Dyment N 6 6Elliuon Elliuon CR 32 32EzellLH EzellLH 4 4Ezell Ezell Lazarus 6 6Fay Fay John 5 5Ferguson Ferguson TG 4 4Fountain Fountain DS 7 7Fuller Fuller J W 7 7Gardner Gardner E S 6 6Goldblatt Goldblatt Mrs M 7 7Griffin Griffin Mrs L 4 4Griffin Griffin HT 11 11Harlan Harlan S P 6 Harry New NewMuresca MurescaSouth Muresca South Elkhorn ElkhornWyeth WyethOwenton Wyeth Owenton OwentonCunard Cunard CunardMessina Messina MessinaMoabina Moabina MoabinaBelles Belles Commoner CommonerFaranlass Otis Faranlass FaranlassOtis Andy Williams Ernest Parham Elsie L Jaubert Amir ante Aladdin J V Kirby Nellie Waddell Henry Zitt Mackay Landseer Illowaho Lass of Langden Cameron Sailor Cadmus St Hera Flora Pomona Old Hutch Miracle II Waswift Brown S S 8 Burke 8Burke Ownbey 6 6BunburyBC BunburyBC 4 Cahn 4Cahn A 12 Campbell 12Campbell C B 7 Carey 7Carey Thomas 11 Chinn 11Chinn 20CookFred Forsythe 20 CookFred 26 Cook 26Cook G W 5 Corrigan 5Corrigan E 67 Cushing 67Cushing J E 12 Lindenberger 12Lindenberger 5Lowman George 5 Lowman J B 14 Licalzi 14Licalzi T 10 LindC 10LindC 5 Long 5Long George J 9 McCarthy 9McCarthy JJ 4 McCorkle 4McCorkle W H 6 McHaleTJ 6McHaleTJ 4 Mahone 4Mahone C E 4 Magrane 4Magrane W P 6 Marion 6Marion L Co 5 MiddletonJungbluth 5MiddletonJungbluth 12 12Milam Milam J C Co 15 Morris 15Morris G B 6 Morton 6Morton S G 4 4Moshier Moshier F C 6 Mossom 6Mossom Mrs F 5 Ha vill George B 4 4Hayes Hayes T P 6 6Hermann Hermann Cassin 14 14Hildreth Hildreth S C 49 49Hodges Hodges L N 6 6Jacob Jacob S TyCo 6 6Jeffers Jeffers C E 7 7Johnson Johnson C A Co 8 8Jordan Jordan M 6 6Ketchiman Ketchiman W H 11 11Kelley Kelley Frank J 6 6Lansing Lansing W L 10 10SchreiberB SchreiberB 29 29SchulteWF SchulteWF 5 5Scoggan Scoggan H J 8 8Scott Scott G W 4 4Schearer Schearer G W 8 8Simons Simons A 10 10Sloan Sloan WM 8 8Smith Smith C H 4 4Smith Smith JD 4 4Smith Smith R A 7 7Stewart Stewart J T Co 5 Landeman W H 13 Newman J F 8 8Parke Parke O G 4 4Phillip Phillip Frank 5 5Pugh Pugh JW 5 5Respass Respass J B 26 26Robertson Robertson J Co 6 6Robinson Robinson H 5 5Rogers Rogers W M 8 8RowellH RowellH E 9 9Rudolph Rudolph E M 7 7RyanT RyanT H 14 14Schorr Schorr John W 60 60Strode Strode J U 6 6Talbot Talbot Brotf 13 13Tichenor Tichenor M H Co 36 36Tracey Tracey S S Co 8 8Tucker Tucker R 5 5TurneyBros TurneyBros 20 20Vincent Vincent B 4 4Waltring Waltring C T Co 4 4Westerfield Westerfield R M 4 4Wood Wood FT 9 9Woodford Woodford fcBuckner 9 YeagerJC 6 Three entries each L O Appleby Baker Gentry G W Belknap Co Frank D Boas J C Cahn Clay Bros P Corrigan H A Cotton A R Cowser Doll Bros Paul Egbert Fizer Co E J Gehlbach Co E T Graves S Guggenheim Hedges Harvison Joseph D Lucas W H May Son Quinn Bros D P Rodgers Co M Sabath E Trotter W E Vater Wink Williams J W Wilson WilsonTwo Two entries each H C Applegate Wm Baird Bolich Sweet C E Brossman Bruhns Co Wm Cahill R E Campbell J D Clayton James Curl J G Follansbeo Matt Foster R M Hennessey P G Hildreth F W Holtgrewe H L Jones Keating Hccker S Lazarus L T Lee Son A M Lin nell B L Marders Co P J Miles Geo W Mil ¬ ler J J Murray Co R R Rice J O Keeue Darling Craig John S Rothert John Hackett H T Banford J A W T Shafer W B Sink Jr L Stanfield Gus Straus T D Sullivan W M Wallace W H Wheeler WheelerOne One entry each H T Batchelor F Bellows Burton Leith Christian fc Wheelan W W Clark E F Clay J Coffey C DeWitt Co W A Eng man John B Ewing A L Ferguson J W Forsyth J K Finley Edward Frazer D V Grace Co F Gray D M Hanlon D Harrington Co W Hedges Co Jageman Weil B Kaufman L Landry Lockart Bros J W Marsh Mills Bry ¬ ant Mills fc Sellers F W Miner William Mulveil Gfcprge Mule T J OHern W II Richardson W H Rowles k Co JM Schorling T H J M Shannon K P Shipp John S Ward G B Watkins David Wheelan Ray Wilson WilsonThe The renewal of the M Lewis Clark Stakes will again be important in its relation to the American Derby of which it is designed to bo an annual pub ¬ lic trial decided just one week before the groat Washington Park classic It is for threeyearolds at nine furlongs and this year shines with seventy six entries of which no less than fortythree tire candidates for the big Derby Among the oligibles that are not also in the American Derby are Corri gans Mackay Rollick IT and imported Judicious Jiugler Gallagher and Flora Pomona The race is carded for Juno 14 and a complete list of its nomi ¬ nations is as follows the stars indicating the American Derbv elicribles Balm of Gilead GileadTrialmore Trialmore TrialmoreAbe Abe Frank FrankEd Ed Austin AustinMarcos Marcos MarcosOutlet Outlet OutletMerriment Merriment MerrimentCharles MeyerGramyChreo Charles W Meyer GramyChreo GramyChreoOwenton Owenton Lingo OwentonLingo LingoPicquart Picquart PicquartWaswift Waswift WaswiftBlennenworth Blennenworth BlennenworthBronze Bronze Medal MedalFoxflyer Foxflyer FoxflyerJed Jed JedJohn John A Clarke ClarkeArian ArianDr Arian Dr Hart HartHunter Hunter Raino Mackay MackayLeroyd Leroyd LeroydRunnels Runnels RunnelsMemnon Memnon MemnonPaul Paul Creyton Jingler JinglerDark CreytonJingler Dark Secret SecretMcChesney McChesneyBaroucho McChesney Baroucho Pyrrho PyrrhoBelles BarouchoPyrrho r Belles Commoner CommonerSt TammanyDuke St Tammany Duke ConnaughtThe of Connaught The Ledaean LedaeanBaldomero Baldomero BaldomeroPronta Pronta ProntaRollick Rollick IT ITWyeth Wyeth WyethCameron Cameron CameronLucien Aggressor ApplebyAggressor Lucien Appleby CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGB HORSES ENGAGED AT HARLEM Continued from First Page Hip HipSailor Sailor Cadmus Brixton Dewey Sister Addie Kildermond The Giver j Bessie Spahr J1 1 Judicious JudiciousHargis Hargis f Keynote if Blowaho s South Elkhorn Curiard Gallagher f 0tis Glen WTater Homestead Phil Knight H L Coleman Jaubert South Trimble Aladdin Terra Firma Indian II Yampa Henry Zitt Red Tip Harry New Golden Rose Moabina Flora Pomona Lord Quex Andy Williams Charleston Racing Postponed. CHARLESTON RACING POSTPONED CHARLESTON S C February 24 The heavy rain which fell during the early morning hours made the track unfit for racing Consequently the races to ¬ day were postponed and the card which was down for decision was declared off and new entries sub ¬ stituted for tomorrow tomorrowThe The judges today received information favorable to the owner of Bad Penny which will in all prob ¬ ability exonerate him from blame in the electric battery affair Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF The New Orleans Picayune of February 23 has this to say of Judge Rees action in the recent steeplechase scandals The longpromised finding of the stewards in connection with the steeplechases run here this winter which have created no end of scandal was landed out this afternoon As predicted the rul ¬ ing was a sweeping one and among tliose suspended were twelve jockeys eight horses and as many owners and trainers The matter will bo gone into thoroughly by the officials and no effort will be spared to find the guilty parties Whiliy it is hard on the association o have fE fEe e can3aTs crpr piiQg up so frequently still it shows that the officials are doing all in their power to purify matters and they certainly deserve the support of all those who have the true interest of the sport at heart The ruling in full is as follows New Orleans La FebruaryI22 1902 Secretary Clark The following named jockeys horses their owners and trainers are suspended pending investi ¬ gation of the steeplechase races in which they have participated at this meeting Jockeys G Ellison D Brazil A Bartley W Penn D Gaddy A Johnson H Hayes G Wilson T McHugh J M Gormley R Slater J Weber Horses Coley Dagmar Bristol MacLaren Falella DivertissomentW H Dixon Miss Ransom By order of the Board of Stewards CEESCENT CITY JOCKEY CLUB The running of the horses the riding of the jockeys and the evidence obtained otherwise war ¬ rants the suspensions named in order to fix the responsibility and punish the guilty guiltyIt It appears that jockey G Ellison was the head of a syndicate who apparently fixed the results of the different steeplechase events Their plans wore well laid and in selecting a winner they chose one who had a reasonable chance on form to win con ¬ dition of track field weights etc considered to avoid a repetition of the sequel of the Lizzie Kelly race last season and apparently as long as there were no dissensions among them they cashed cashedThe The different races declared off from time to time was for a purpose in connection with our sus ¬ picions picionsBrazils Brazils part in the affair will probably mean an end of his career in the east It is understood that he was one of the leaders of tho gang Ellison it is claimed has put his share of the spoils to good use and that he has purchased a hotel in Bramp ton Canada CanadaNo No action has yet been taken in regard to the local business men said to bo connected with the fraud Several of them besides a couple of book ¬ makers will also come under the ban before the stewards are through with tho case In the Circuit Court at Louisville lastJSaturday Judge Fields in sustaining the demurrer of the New Louisville Jockey Club to an amended petition of T P Hayes tho turfman in his suit for 50000 damages on account of the refusal of the club to receive his entries at the race meeting last spring hold that the jockey club is not a public associa ¬ tion and has the right to do business or refuse to do business with any persons whomsoever it chooses This practically ends the suit as Judge Fields has already sustained a demurrer to the original peti tion Page  DAILY RACING FOIIH TISSUED EVERY DAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OFTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB EDITOEIAND PKOPEIETOE F H BEUNELL BEUNELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOE CLINTON C RILET RILETSECEETABT SECEETABT MBS F H BEDNELL MnUrcd in the Post Office at Chicago as second class matter DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph 184120 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO ILLINOIS COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDBntored Bntored according to Act of Congress in the year 1902 by Frank H Brunell in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C D S A ATh Th chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FOEM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will bo keenly pro ¬ tected SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS TERMS TERMSFor For Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400Tin Tin above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass mail mailDaily Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass mail in all cases casesLocal Local subscriptions outside the down town dis ¬ trict will bo declined at other than firstclass mail matter rates To bo considered and answered all queries to DAILY RACING FOEM must be sent over the full name and with the address of the writer Those names and addresses are subject to a local and foreign directory test New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW OKLEANS LA February 21 The form of Tuesdays New Orleans fields is First Race Lady Contrary Laureatea Icon IconSecond Second Race Dinero May Allen Honda HondaThird Third Race Ida Ledford Intrusive Malay MalayFourth Fourth Race Aaron Rose of May Lord Neville NevilleFifth Fifth Race Strangest Azim Lou Rey ReySixth Sixth Race Emma A M Henry of Trastamare Jleme Wastell New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track muddy Apprentice allowance allowancePirst Pirst Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 30688 Bishop Reed 5HI 5 30756 Palarm SiH 52 30499 Fourth Ward JH 9 30759 Lady Contrary Hs 29891 Lowell I 30756 Laureatea Hx 30385Woodstick 4i ° 99 9930723Icon 30723Icon I 122 Z 30740 King Ford 3 103 67o 30689 Anna Handspring 3100 foO 30771 Insolence i 119 11930288Rendezvous 30288Rendezvous o TO bto Second Race 3 13 Furlongs 2yearolds Maidens Allowances AllowancesElectric Electric 109 30786 Disappointment C 109 t 30757 Frances Porter 104 68a 30786 Sly Boots 104 67a 67a307573Honda 307573Honda 104 690 30706 Sue Vius 104 680 680307572May 307572May Allen 104 69o 30786 Lizzie Brooks 104 690 30757 Dinero 101 00 30757 Black Patti 104 675 30604 Step Around 104 bS5 bS5Third Third Race 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Owners Handicap Handicap3e6902Intrusive 3e6902Intrusive llm 307853Trebor 7 93 71o 30788 Lennep 7 93 SO SO30788Nobleman 30788Nobleman 5 90 00 0030690Malay 30690Malay 6 8a TOa TOa30787Prince 30787Prince Blazes 7 fj So 30787 Ida Ledford 5 80 750 30787 Banish 6 ij ijFourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 3yearolda and upward Selling 30568 Lord Neville 7U7 710 30673 St David 1111i S5 S530784EdGartlandII 30784EdGartlandII 7 114 00 30784 Judge Magee 6 114 700 30756 Fleetwmg 112 670 30484 Ante Up 4 110 610 30726 Divonne 0 30785 Gracious THS Zp Zp307843Aaron 307843Aaron 3075901ekma PQ3075901ekma nJn r im PQ 30739Afra ccn30739Afra ccn S2 30655 Roseof May 3 im 100 i O OFifth Fifth Race 1 31G Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling 30787 Lou Roy fJ 30589 CharlesD 6 105 m 00 30787Strangest 6 104 307391Eugenia S 6 102 30770 Zack Phelps 4 96 30347Azim 4 96 30692 The Jefferson 7 94 30770 Homage 4 94 30761 Beggar Lady 4 92 307GOBean 4 92 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards 3yoarolds and upward Selling 30787 Henry of Trastamarc 7 113 30771Avatar 5 113 30770Prestome 5 113 30801 Dramburg 5 109 30769Saragamp 4 102 307562Lofter 5 101 307693Mcme Wastell 3 90 30602 Emma A M 3 90 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM OAKLAND GAL February 24 The form of Tues ¬ days Oakland fields is isFirst First Raco Elmer L Flattered Elkarn ElkarnSecond Second Race Montoya Mildred Schultz Lemuel LemuelThird Third Race Flamero Hungarian Lavator LavatorFourth Fourth Race Morris entry Botany Colonel Bal lantyne Fifth Race Meehanus Muresca Irate IrateSixth Sixth Race Forkford Lass of Langden Larry Wilt Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather threatening track sloppy sloppyFirst First Race 5 18 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp HorsesAesop Aesop 4 108 30730 Rasp 4 101 675 30015 Pencil Mo 4 104 660 30778 Elmer ElmerL L 4 104 700 30590 Woeful 4 104 635 635307302Elkarn 307302Elkarn 4 104 685 685307453Bilitis 307453Bilitis 4 102 680 30746 Baldo 3 99 685 30557 Mike Murphy 3 97 665 30790 Derby Winner 3 95 670 30747 Flattered 3 95 690 29652 Jerry Edwards 3 93 670 670Second Second Race Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling Selling307903Montoya 307903Montoya 112 725 30790 Breton 112 705 705SOS09 SOS09 Lemuel 107 715 30746 Sand do lee 107 700 700307902Mildred 307902Mildred Schultz 107 720 30608 Lento 107 710 30626 Sleeping Child 104 705 705Third Third Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30733 The Gaffer 4 109 710 30778 Lavator 6 107 715 30733 Flamero 6 107 725 307783 Hungarian Hungariani i 6 107 720 720307462PM1 307462PM1 Archibald 4 107 705 705S0792 S0792 Tyranus 3 97 710 710Fourth Fourth Race 1 116 Miles 3yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap302932Homestead 302932Homestead 3 118 735 73530776Sombrero 30776Sombrero 3 110 750 750307932Diderot 307932Diderot 4 103 730 73030714Colonel 30714Colonel Ballantyne 4 95 735 735307762Botany 307762Botany 3 95 740 740G G B Morris entry entryFifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 306982Meehanus 6 112 750 75030795Tiburon 30795Tiburon 6 110 730 30811 Mission 5 105 715 715E E Hanlon 3 105 307313 John Peters 3 103 725 725307503Huachuca 307503Huachuca 3 103 735 73530G98 30G98 Muresca 3 102 740 740307922Irate 307922Irate 4 100 735 735Sixth Sixth Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30505 Senator Matts 6 110 690 29999 Forkford J 4 107 725 25877 Maratine 4 106 695 Rcvufti t 110100 no Ob Q nn uO 73 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Daily2 Daily2Quiet Quiet I 1 Tower of Candles 32 PLACE TORI MITCHELL GALANTHUS GALANTHUSwere were our best bets yesterday at Oakland One of our advertised specials at New Orleans won galloping 500 forfeit if the above were not given givenTODAV TODAV TODAVat at New Orleans we have two grand mudlarks that will bo cut loose for a killing and our cor ¬ respondents wire us that these two should win off by themselves We advise all our old clients to call and get in right rightGive Give us a trial and be convinced that what we advertise wo do We dont give eighteen handicapperslun races daily like other handicappers lun nn GUESSING WIN US The Best of Reliable Information Informationby by Wire from Our Experts Daily DailyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT ST ST30O 30O Weekly Wired at 1O ain OLEARYS FUTURE BOOK ON AMERICAN DERBY BROOKLYN AND ANDSUBURBAN SUBURBAN HANDICAPS HANDICAPSWrite Write for quotations Commissions handled on all races Long distance telephones Yards 628 and 654 654JAMES JAMES OLEARY 4 1 8389 S HALSTED ST STCHICAGO CHICAGO IIX t ORDER CAME TOO UTE FOR SUNDAYS ISSUE ISSUEWESTERN WESTERN TURF MOST SUCCESSFUL HANDiCAPPER I ADVERTISE WHAT I DO I DO WHAT I ADVERTISE BARGAIN WEEK LARGE DOINGS I will guarantee to put all my patrons on two good long shot shotwinners winners cut of three this coming week not including the Texas good thing thingI I exoect my patrons to clean up good TO PATRONS I have stopped issuing SPECIALS on my local NEW ORLEANS HANDICAP SHEET at the request of my fellow JOCKEYS AND HORSEMEN who claim that it ruins their odds at the track here By not SPECIFYING same on my local sheet puts mo in the very best position to get next to the good things that are being uncovered and winning at long odds nearly every day of this meeting The HORSEMEN here have absolutely no objection to me furnishing information on their horses in cipher code to my OUT OF TOWN PATRONS I am at the track in person early each morning hustling for this inside information and I also have in my employ experienced men whom I retain at a high salary to time all the morning trials of the horses at the local and at the old Oakland race track here where many of the good things are sent to be prepared and worked out before day break to win their races at good odds the coming week but have my rail bird there Johnny on the spot to time them all KlfiiireG KILLINGS KILLING KILLINGI I am next to the Texas contingents which are going to cut loose one of the best things of the meeting This one has been shipped here in the best of condition good and ready to win first out This one will be heavily played in all the leading pool rooms throughout the country for the largest killing of this season I strictly reserve this information for my out of town patrons This will come off the latter part of this coming week This extra special price 200 to all subscribers of this special I will mail free my special weekly information sheet The Texas good thing will be specified on my weekly special information sheet to show all patrons that this is no humbug and should anything happen in the meantime that he would not do the day of race I will notify all my agents who handle my weekly sheet to assure all patrons of same sameFREE FREE INFORMATION SEEKERS pay nothing and get nothing My success is I pay the price to get next to the real poods for my patrons to keep them I am paying a nice sutn to get NEXT RIGHT to a couple of good things which will be cut loose to win at long odds this coming week although T know from my timers that these are in the best condition to win A TRIAL WITH ME WILL CONVINCE YOU YOUTO TO CONVINCE YOU of the merits of my new system of furnishing you with the proper information I will mail you my weekly information sheetcontaining the names of the horses which arc progressing in their morning trials UNKNOWN TO THE PUBLIC and many of them nonstarters also of those which are being especially prepared to win at good odds the coming week I will also send you the names in advance of those which I am waiting to be cut looseat long odds to enable you to look them up before betting your money on thorn I will also keep you posted during the week on any extra good ones and wire you by my SPECIAL telegraph code on those mentioned the day of tho race as they come off before 11 30 am amTERMSS200 TERMSS200 for One Special or 500 Weekly Including ail Information InformationKJ KJ fT I p p TO HANDICAPPERS and those who play their own figures My weekly sheet should 1 J I I w I prove a great help to you as I specifiy on it tho condition of the horses who are ready or not ready to win tho coming week and many of tho nonstarters You can buy my weekly sheet each MONDAY at leading hotels news and cigar stands at CHICAGO DETROIT ST LOUIS CINCIN ¬ NATI MEMPHIS NASHVILLE LOUISVILLE PINE BLUFF ARK BEAUMONT TEX Should you be unable to get same at your city send me your order Price 250 weekly mailed by special deliv ¬ ery SaturdayI each Saturday I STRICTLY REFUSE to sell same to my New Orleans local patrons but I will put you next to the good things at the track after the second betting has been posted to enable the owners to get their nrat EXJOCKEY VIC BRITTON PO BOX 692 HEW ORLEANS LA LAMy My correspondence is too largo to answer free trial information seekers Race Track Information Bureau BureauSUITE SUITE 500 263269 DEARBORN ST TELEPHONE HARRISON 36S9 RATES 100 DAILY 400 WEEKLY WEEKLYFirst First Race S to I3 to 8 Shot Fourth FourthRace Race SO to i Plunge for the Limit Good GoodThing Thing Fifth Race S to I Shot ShotThe The above three good things will run at NEW ORLEANS TUESDAY If you value good things take advantage of these three Our manager at New Orleans informs us to instruct all patrons that these three long shots arc equally as good as was PRINCE BLAZES 15 to 1 won and BANISH 12 to 1 won and wired by us to six hundred clients Form Letter Handicap on New Orleans and Oakland races on sale at 9 am Wires and mail orders promptly attended to toRace Race Track Information Bureau BureauAlso Also sold at cigar stand Adams Express Bldg 185 Dearborn St Kolmans cigar store 267 Dearborn St news stand northeast corner Van Bnren and Dearborn Sts LflUWELSEAIOTQI LflUWELSEAIOTQIMy My advertised for Monday 4 to 10 to 1 special with three 3 races no starter starterkadee Chickadee kadee 51 Mr Rose 7f easy easyTOWer TOWer Of Candles evens ANY PRICE A GOOD ONE ONETODAY TODAY TUESDAY MY ADVERTISED 8 10 20 STARIS NEXT THURSDAY ANOTHER FRANGIBLE FRANGIBLECOL COL J C WOOTERS MGR BUNCOBRONCHO INFORMATION CO 94 Lincoln Ave Tel 3031 Dearborn DO YOU WAIMTTO WIN WINa a bunch of moneyl On Saturday tho first I know of two to start On form they figure to also ran but I positively know they have been secretly prepared and it will take a record to beat them I want you to bet your money on them straight and you can go the limit On Tuesday the fourth and Thursday tho sixth I know of one each day that ARE CERTAINTIES so the trainers say The average odds on these four will be 8 to 1 DO NOT MISS THEM If you answer this adv and enclose stamp I will prove to you that I have INSIDE INFORMATION on these horses direct from track trackWALTER WALTER BENNETT 413 WABASH AVE CHICAGO 30746 Ural 4 104 710 307283Senator Bruce 3 96 710 307452Courtior 4 104 705 Heart Solo 3 91 29547 Little Gun 4 102 700 Winnie W 3 91 301582LarryWilti 3 96 715 307472Lass of Langden 3 91 720 Page  Illinois Central Turf Exchange Commissions on all Races sta ° ° 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ry 8v Lf 8 v luto tit 12 40 1 in Returning trains at 445 and 605 pm 22nd i2r39th st i2r and after last race 163rd 39th St 12 1 63rd 12J50Grand St 12J50 Grand Grossing 12 Ktnsington 1 New Turf Exchange ExchangeOn On St Paul Railroad Canal and Adams Streets StreetsFHU FHU T xvMl viJ 1st Train Leaves Union Depot at 1250 p m xiiu 1 ft uvi Jll rl inui mm u 2nd Train 05 Pm 3rd Train 1 55 p is Returnjng Trains at 445 545 and after ast rG rGftotual ftotual Running Time THirtyFive fflRUtes fflRUtesROUND ROUND TRIP 25 CENTS New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW NEW OKIiEAXS JLA February 24 Seventysixth day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 200 p m O Or j FIRST RACE 1 Mile Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling Horses A Wt St M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 5 95 3 23 2H13 12 12 Helgeson G Rowe 34475 6105 6 51 3 41 21 22 Miles Moran Pfifile 4 4 31 85 307723BEQUEATII 7 102 8 8 G 51 41 3 Lyne R E Watkins Cola 20 15 6 30760 LINDEN ELLA 5 100 1 7 7 6 32 42 Louden C A Johnson fc Cot 662 30572 BRIGHTIE B 7 100 9 9 9 7 7 52 J Miller T C Stephens Cola 15 12 4 30708 ST WOOD 6 107 2 1 I 2 53 G Patterson W S Laird 6883 30770 MEGGS 7102 76 41 3 8 75 J Waldo G H Marlmann 20 40 40 15 15S0772 S0772 EL MORAN 5 105 10 10 10 10 9 8 T Meado L A Buisson 40 50 50 20 30769 PRAIRIE DOG 5 102 5 418 8 61 93 A Jones W W Clark 6642 6642307712DRAMBURG 307712DRAMBURG 5103 4 3n 6 9 10 10 Minder J J Ogles 15 15 10 4 4Apprentice Apprentice allowance Time 25 51i 1 19i 1 47 47Winner Winner Ch m by Fortissimo Lucasta LucastaWent Went to post at 1 59 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second the same Lovable was best at the weights and came away without much effort in the run home Helgeson had her wellin hand for the first half Joe Doughty saved ground at the stretch turn and was easily the best of the others Bequeath came again at the end caught Linden Ella tiring and got third money in the last couple of strides Linden Ella finished near the inside rail in the deep going She was crowded back while rounding the first turn St Wood showed early speed but found the route too long Jones could do nothing with Prairie Dog DogScratched Scratched 30075 Blocker99 30722 Junaetta 95 95Lovable Lovable show 3 to 5 Joe Doughty show 4 to 5 Bequeath show 3 to 1 Prairie Dog show 4 to 5 SECOND RACE 78 Mile Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 307503 ALGIE M 4107 3 5 4 It 13 112 Landry Daniels Co 1 1 710 out 29389 BIG INJUN 4 109 7 8 710 3 33 2 Minder J J Ogles 8 15 15 5 505S4 DIFFIDENCE 5 110 8 71 3 22 2 31 Gormley E Reynolds 10 20 20 6 28870 NANNIE J 0 110 1 3 G 4 4 42 Lyno J P Ilousley 12 20 20 6 30709 IIAIDEE 4 112 4 2 In 63 61 58 Brennan B V Prather 56 6 8 85 29015 CORBEL 7110 6 41 5u 5H 53 61 J Waldo T A Gay Co 10 20 20 8 30621 ERICSELL 4 109 2 6 8 8 7 T J Miller Mrs M Abadie 8872 30656 ANNU 4102 5 1 22 7 8 8 Preston C H Williams Co 15 20 20 8 Apprentice allowance Time 26 521 1 211 1 33i Winner Ch f by Hanover Johnetta JohnettaWent Went to post at 2 29 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Algie M took the lead when her rider was ready and came away easily in the run home Big Injun began slowly but ilinder kept him on the inside all the way and saved a lot of ground at all the turns He outgamed Dilliderice when it came to a drive The latter ran in improved form Haidee and Annu were made too much use of in the first half and tired tiredScratched Scratched 307052Tragcdy 110 30723 Eight Bells 110 307272Lady Kent 11030759 Van Hoorebeke 107 107Big Big Injun show 2 to 1 DHHdonce show 21 to 1 30803 THIRD Steeplechase RACE Short Coi CoiSteeplechase se Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Horse A Wt St 3 0 9 12 StrFin Jockeys Ownen O H C P 307412MR ROSE 5 130 2 22 21 li 12 15 i Corner J W W Rile luioy 4 5 41 65 30707 IIARV B 8 127 1 H 12 2 22 23 23 Kelly Bece Co 66585 30741JCEYL6N 5 135 5 5 5 5 5 42 3 Corbley W Walker 3 16516545 30741 KING ELKWOOD 9 132 3 42 43 43 43 32 410 L Brown J A Maxwell 12 20 20 5 30003 CANTADAS 6 138 4 3 31 32 3 55 Burris A Bellow 757513101120 Time 757513101120Time 327 327Winner Winner Blk h by Ben Hiniyar Tuberose by Gharaxus GharaxusWent Went to post at 255 At post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Mr Rose was at homo in the going and outran and putjumped his field all the way Harv B was hustled along all the way Ceylon caught King Elkwood tiring and got up in the last stride Cantadas could never extend limself goingScratched in the going Scratched 30707 MacLareu 136 23857 Tor r eon 135 30723 HelQn Paxton 130 130No No show betting 308O4 FOURTH RACE 1 14 Miles Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Horses A Wt St St U 1A X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30787 JESSIE JARBOE 6 97 3 12 13 13 13 n 13 Hope MrsMGoldbltCoS 4465 30787 SILVER COIN 5 97 2 42 43 23 26 28 28 Louden C A Johnson Co 45 45 45 out 30769 STAR COTTON 5 90 1 31 3 33 3 3 38 Boyd H A Cotton fG 7 7 2 2307893L1TTLE 307893L1TTLE ELKIN 4 93 5 6 G 6 5 4 4 W Wraldo J J Ogles 88785 30507 ERNE 3 87 4 23 25 45 43 5 55 Helgeson Mrs E Harris 10 11 10 3 3307683LEROYD 307683LEROYD 3 87 G 51 5 52 6 6 6 GThompsonH A Cotton fG 7 7 2 f Coupled in betting Time 251 501 1 181 1 451 2 13 Winner 13Winner B m by Eothen Ida Glenn GlennWTent WTent to post at 329 At post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Jessie Jarboe took the lead early showed the most speed throughout and was never in trouble Silver Coin hung when driven strongly to get up Star Cotton did his best The race was a procession all the way Leroyd did not like the going goingScratched Scratched 30787 Prince Blazes 110 30743 Mynheer 107 307C9Digby Boll 88 Jessie 88Jessie Jarboo show out The entry show evens FlliiH RACE 1 Mile Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling fj Ind Horses A Wt St M Vz U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 307682 UC11O DALE ALE 4110 3 12 13 12 12 14 Odom Fizer Co 9101 1 25 307702DR CARRICK RICK 25RICK 4 102 1 22 2 2 25 25 Lyne S T Smith 3 3k 95 12 307703 LITTLE LOIS 12LOIS 4 IOC 4 31 45 3 3 3 ERobortsonG Gill 3882 30770 PAY THE E 3882E FIDDLER 102 2 43 3 48 45 410 Gormley L Landry 10 13 13 3 30770 CARLOVINGIAN 4 101 5 5 5 5 5 5 J Miller S S Tracey Co 15 20 20 6 Time 25 512 119 147 WTinner 147WTinner EccolaWent B c by Faverdalo Eccola Went to post at 359 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second the same Echo Dale was at home in the going showed much the most speed and was never in trouble Dr Carrick ran well for six furlongs but tired in the run home Little Lois barely managed to last long enough to beat out Pay the Fiddler and Robertson outrode Gormley when it came to a finish The winner entered for 400 was run up to 500 and bid in inScratched Scratched 307253Annoy 110 30709 Deponan 109 30333Jena 109 30705Miss Soak 99 30770 Bal ¬ loon 95 30710 Annie Thompson 90 30770 Belle of Elgin 90 90Overweights Overweights Echo Dale 3 pounds Little Lois 3 3Echo Echo Dale show out Dr Carrick show out Little Lois show 3 to 5 O kO SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 7O Yards Purse 300 3yearolds Selling Ind Horses A Wt St X 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30767CHICKADEE 101 4 IH 21 2 2 12 J Miller H T Griilin 3 31 31 1 30769DIGBY BELL 100 3 31 12 13 ISK 2C W Waldo W M Sloan 05 65 1 25 SOG93CAST 25SOG93CAST IRON 115 6 6 4 52 3 3 Lyno R E Watkins Co3 4485 307403THE 4485307403THE WAY 1011 2 51 51 4 42 45 Minder J J Ogles 15 17 17 5 307713CORINNE C 95 1 2 6 6 52 51 Wallace F Goring 15 17 17 5 30761 KING TATIUS 99 5 41 32 31 6 6 Gormley WultringCo 20 20 20 5 Time 25 51 1 19 1 47 1 52 Winner SabillaWent 52Winner B f by Sir Modred or Duncombe Sabilla Went to post at 4 30 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second the same Chickadee came fast through the stretch caught Digby Bell tiring and was going away at the end Digby Bell ran well to the stretch Lyno took matters too easy with Cast Iron luring the early stages but the horse outgamed The Way when it came to a drive driveOverweights poundsChickadee Overweights The Way 11 pounds Chickadee show 1 to 2 Digby Bell show out Cast Iron show 4 to 5 Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL February 24 Ninetyeighth day New California Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather wet track sloppy Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter J J Holtman Racing starts at 210 p m Q Q V7 FIRST RACE Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile Purse 400 OvJOV 6 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St V4 StrFin Jockeys O H C P 30699 LOUWELSEA 3 107 6 66 51 2 12 OConnor G W Baldwin 4883 307743KILLDOE 3 97 3 11 12 11 25 L Jackson B Schreiber 75 85 32 12 30792 CLARANDO 6107 2 41 41 3 = JDaly K M Borchert 5 10 6 2 306303YOUNG MORELLO 5 112 1 31 31 31 42 JWoods WScharetg 3 3 145710 30713 SCALLYWAG 4 109 5 41 65 6 55 Hoar J L Crooks 10 20 20 6 30694 SILVA CRUZ 3100 4 22778 TIRADE TIRADEQUID 6 6112 112 7 7 7 7 710 Conley C A McCaull 15 50 50 20 QUID QUIDADO 20QUIDADO ADO 5 109 8 8 8 8 85 Prior C Mautelen 20 100 100 40 30733 ZURICH 6 109 9 9999H 40Time Smith D Halliday 30 100 100 40 Time 114J Winner 114JWinner OnWent B f by Rey el Santa Anita Leola by Lean On Went to post at 2 12 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Louwelsea off poorly made up a tremendous gap and won going away running in vastly improved form Killdoo was excessively urged for the first half and quit at the end Clarando finished stoutly and outgamed Young Morello for third money Scallywag was up against too much early speed Silva Cruz showed early furlongsScratched30403 speed and properly placed can win at five furlongs Scratched30403 Bagdad 112 poundsLouwolsea Overweights 112Overweights Louwelsea 3 pounds Louwolsea show 6 to 5 Killdoe show out Clarando show 4 to 5 Young Morello show 2 to 5 OkO O SECOND RACE 13 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Maidens Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M t X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 307733TOM MITCHELL 103 1 11 12 12 J Kanch G P McNeil 2 13521 710 I 30257 TEMPRANO 98 4 31 2 2 Hoar G Van Gordon 15 20 15 6 307732DELSEGNO 106 2 41 31 32 J Woods Chinn Forsythe 2232 35 30695 LEN RENO 106 7 7 51 45 Kelly Dickey Linder 6 12 12 5 306613JENNIE MGOWAN 103 5 52 02 52 L Jackson B Schreiber 68 8 3 MAMIE 108 3 22 4 G J Daly J Lodge Co 10 30 30 10 30488 J H BENNETT 100 10 88 7 Troxler L A Blasingame 30 60 40 12 30773 GUIDA 109 G 02 7 810 Birkenruth A B Spreckels 10 20 15 6 15BORDER RED TAIL 103 9 999 McGinn Collins Co 20 50 50 15 BORDER MARK 106 8 10 10 10 OConnor OBrnBrosSndslO 20 20 8 Time 8Time 251 52 Winner 52Winner B g by Montana Contrary Mary Went to post at 241 At post 1 minute Start straggling Won easily t second driving Tom Mitchell beat the gate and showing speed and a liking for the going appeared a certain winner throughout Temprano ran well an finished strongly Delsegno broke flatfooted and made up much ground in the worst going Lcn Reno is best in sticky going but made up considerable ground from a poor start Jennie McGowan is a very moderate racer Mamie is a fine looker and promising Scratched 30791 La Figaro 100 Tom Mitchell show 1 to 3 Temprano show 3 to 1 Dolsegno show 1 to 3 Q Qrf O THIRD RACE Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile Purse400 O J O J J 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 304712QUIET 3 103 6 43 25 In 12 L Jackson W B Jennings I 1 1 91013 29930 PARIZADE 3 101 3 11 11 23 22 J Ranch D Cameron V3 41 41 65 30274 DAWSON 3 97 2 3 SH 65SH 31 31 32 J Daly W B Sink Jr 20 100 100 30 30795 EDUCATE 4 107 5 21 42 41 4 Hoar W WE E Cotton 3 3i 1S5710 30711 LEMUEL 3 106 1 51 53 5 51 5 Troxler W H Ketchiman 20 SO 30 6 30438 INVICTUS 4 109 4 6666 6666Time Winslett J Wilson 10 20 20 5 Time 1 141 Vinncr Ch c by Goldfinch Silence by Rosicrucian his soreness Parizado was probably short but in fine form and ran a good race Dawson fresh and improved showed unexpected speed and finished well Educate is evidently overdone and quit the betterScratched stretch Lemuel is of ordinary caliber and runs like a rater Invictus can do better badly m Scratched 30795Tiburon 109 30792 Alzura 107 Quiet 107Quiet show out Farizade show 1 to 2 Dawson show 10 to 1 Educate show 1 to 3 3O81O s 0131 Me aml 7 ° Yar l8 Purse ° ° 3yearolds and upward Ind Horses A Wt St H y2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30777 WATER SCRATCH 3 95 2 H 11 H 1 12 Hoar G Summers Co 2 4 4 6 5 30775 BRAGG 3 88 3 2n 2 21 2 2 W Knapp Curl Co 46695 30696 FLORONSO 7107 4 5 41032 30 38 Birkenruth P McGuire 3 31 31 910 30728 THE WEAVER 3 92 5 41 3 41 2 415 415 L Jackson H I Wilson 8 30 20 7 30697 EONIC 4 98 1 31 5 5 5 5 Winslett C Young 75 32 1 12 Time 251 50 J 1 171 1 47 1 51 J Winner Ch g by Watercress Helen Scratch ScratchWent Went to post at 3 33 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second driving Water ran as if ho outclassed the field and showed the way throughout his lead never being seriouslyendan Scratch badly ran v a fast six furlongs i v v Eonic M prefers v 1 a sticky iuiwjMii dilhcult uuviiuiiiHuiu track but ran slower an inexplicably going xne bad vveavero Water Scratch show 1 to 3 Bragg show 2 to 5 Floronso show out Eonic show out race 30811 FIFTH BACE E 34 Mile Purso100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys H C P 30628TOWER OF CANDLES 4 93 2 12 14 15 15 30105 IMPROMPTU 4 93 5 65111025 SBsTLE Sg i S i ff f ssr JStolS 20 20 6 as JJjJjSr TIE f fWinner Winner B f by Candlemas Duchess of Towers Went to post at 403 At post 3 minutes Start bad Won easily second drivin Tow got oil rummip ald Jackson making the most of this advantage took a long and winnS r iilly practically cantered through the last quarter Impromptu ran to his best form d favors a muddy track and closed a big gap from a bad start Dr Boyles bad start beat him n at the end after a strenuous effort to get up He is best evidently on a slow well for a half and is in good form Sharp Bird had no chance at the start cuppy track M MTower Tower of Candles show out Impromptu show 8 to 5 Dr Bovlo shnw out SIXTH RAGE78 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M S StrFin Jockeys 307952GALANTHUS 30774BASSENZO 3 94 2 S S S at J Sal 30795 307782SEA GRAFTER LION 4i2 J H S S S S LXo 307292EL REY g Q f i i 2 51 l i Winner Ch g by July Snowdrop Went to post at 425 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second the broke fiatfooted and under hard same was to pressure get but up came away y quickly rght at th Bassenzo ran a good race and shows steady improvement in speed and stamina ina Graftef il h tf eud loppy track He shows considerable soreness and is much below his bes a Galanthus show out Bassenzo show ovens Grafter show ovens Page  Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather wet track sloppy sloppyFirst First Race 58 Mile Mile4yearolds SellingInd 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Vt Hdcp Hdcp307823Cathedral 307823Cathedral 6 106 700 30701 Kingful 5 103 665 30765 Barney Saal 6 103 690 69030797Incahdescent 30797Incahdescent 6 101 695 695S0780Sackhen S0780Sackhen 5 101 680 30721 Grace 6 101 675 30779 Gratia 5 101 675 30800 Intent 5 101 685 68530765Juniper 30765Juniper 4 99 680 30799 Donna Bella 4 97 680 680Second Second Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp30735Oton 30735Oton Clay Ill 675 675St St Bishop b c by St Carlo Griselda 109 650 30763 Little Tower 106 690 30781 Dr Worth 103 685 68530763Palms 30763Palms 101 700 30752 Mollie Brooks 98 695 30735 Botina 98 680 680Third Third Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolde 3yearolde and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 30798 Barney F 5 110 685 30511 Dyke 5 110 670 30460 Tortugas 6 110 675 30780 Latiria 8 108 675 30752 Capitolia 6 108 680 30797 Mudder 4 103 700 30376 Lady Florence 3 93 695 30763 Swan Dance 3 93 690 690Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and npward Selling Selling307803Millstream 307803Millstream 7 112 685 685307663Sylvan 307663Sylvan Dell 5 109 680 680307973Joe 307973Joe Gammage 6 109 680 680307983Frank 307983Frank Fowler 1 5 109 670 30796 Lulu Hammond 5 107 675 675307832Suttee 307832Suttee 6 107 690 30650 ABride 4 107 670 670307543Custodian 307543Custodian 4 106 685 30796 Chinooka 5 104 695 695307963Scorpolette 307963Scorpolette 4 104 700 700307522Lady 307522Lady Eiley 3 92 685 685Fifth Fifth Race 4 12 Furlongs 3yearolds Furlongs3yearolds and upward Selling 30358 Ventoro 6 110 685 68530783Ordeal 30783Ordeal 6 110 700 30687 Celia 6 108 670 670307793Canrobert 307793Canrobert 5 108 670 30765 Ruby Eiley 6 108 675 30779 Troubaline 5 108 680 680307792Trilby 307792Trilby Nelson 8 108 695 30762 Sadie Southwell 8 105 685 30780 Johnny Brown 4 103 680 680S0359Emigrant S0359Emigrant 3 95 690 Notice. DAILY RACING FORM is a publication which is built by its staff from day to day Its form and the number of its charts are copyrighted The chart numbers are so arranged that legal identifi ¬ cation is easy of proof The selections and handi ¬ cap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis The latter come from the work of four experts after the telegraphic receipt of charts and entries All persons are warned not to use said chart or index numbers selections or handicap figures Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON S C February 24 The form of Tuesdays Charleston fields is First Race Cathedral Incandescent Barney Saal SaalSecond Second Race Palms Mollie Brooks Little Tower Third Race Mudder Lady Florence Swan Dance DanceF9urth F9urth Race Scorpolette Chinooka Suttee SutteeFifth Fifth Race Ordeal Trilby Nelson Emigrant Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF The list of declarations from the Montgomery Handicap includes fourteen of the original sixty four nominations as follows Alfonso Major Johnson Rochester Alard Kaloma Wild Pirate Telamon McChesney Lady Schorr Silverdale Streamer Charles W Meyer Florizar and Specific The threeyearold brown filly Ace of Spades by King Eric Virginia by Virgil was sold several days ago at Lexington Ky by O H Chenault to Frank Sloan price private At the same time Mr ii Sloan sold to J H Hayes of Charleston W Va the well known race mare Birdie May Julius Bauer trainer of the Featherstone stable is in California He will spend a fortnight at Oak ¬ land and on his return to Lexington will be accom panied by OConnor The Featherstone string will be shipped from Kenmore Farm to Gravesend about Aprill Elopement dam of Alcedo has foaled a bay filly by Sir Dixon at Catesby Woodfords Raceland Stud Bear Paris Ky THE flinerioan Sporting jnamial For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing HANDBOOK OFFICIAL Tne Pugilistic Record of 1901 OF FIGURES COMPENDIUM Handicapping and BookmaMng Tables TablesFIVE BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FIVE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS Summaries fiy Experts on tfie Past Years Doings EDITED BY F H BRUNEI DAILY RACING FORM PUB co 1241 26 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO SOc in Soft Morocco Dally Racing Form ALL THE TURF PUBLISHER OF THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE THEWESTERN NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALL TRACKS pertly Indexed IndexedTelegraphic ARE FULLY RE ¬ Telegraphic Correct Con ¬ PORTED cise Comely ComelyTraining Training News a Specialty SpecialtyOff SpecialtyV V Off Our Own Presses Be ¬ 124 126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PRICEONE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 750ONE ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIRSTCLASS MAIL INPIAIN ENVELOPE