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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF.
Vesterdaj "s bnnlc clearings were J7.27S.199:
balances, S1.1SI 175 Ljc.i1 discount rates
were flrxn between 3 onJ 6 per cent- Do
evrnestlc 6x-!.;ng; -was quoted as. follows:
New York. an.- pr.-ra.um bid; 3Cc premium
asked; Chicago sec lucrnlum bid. S3c p:em-
.lutn askeer. inclnnat:, Louisvrie anu .e ,
Orleans, riar bid. 15c premium itsKCti
o Wheat opened lower at 70 3-4;, July 79gf0c
' No. 2 red corn closed higher at ol 7-Sc bid
July; 42 l-4e No 2 mixed. Oats closed at
S2 5-Sc Julj , II. No. 2 Northern.
1 It la ijredlctod that If given the oppor
attinlty to vote the House will give tho
Bpooner 'substitute cmal bill two-thlrd3
e The Tresident !s saU to be determined to
t force eltner a reciprocity bill or a r-cicrec-,
Ity treaty He t consUerlnp the advlsa
o blllty of calling an extra sesson of Con
, loCAt, AND SUBURBAN.
Investigation of flndlnc of clothes and ln
f dlcatlcns cf suicldo on Kids bridge develops,
Vao far, as practical Joke.
City officers l"spct wharf properties.
f; Civic Improv -nient League flics com
..jflalnts against the bill board companies.
Petition In circulation for the release of
Bert Mueller anj J W. Bynum from Ches
Scarcity of steel delays tho construction
cf World's Talr buildings,
Mrs. Mamie K'enum. 17 years old, at
r tempts suicide by taking- carbo'le acid fol
lowing a quarrel with her husband which
. brought about separation.
The march ng club and drum corps cf the
Jefferson Cl-b -nil! attend the State Ccn
Ttntlon, at St. Joseph, Mo. '
A party of Tennessee travelers, after
Trailing for their steamboat to pull away
from a sandbar, try to complete their Jour-
iiey overland, but their v. agon is upset and
J irreral are severely injured, one fatally.
X Macon, Mo man sues for divorce be-
cause, he says, his- wife publicly prayeJ that
be might fall down and break his neck.
Commissioner Johnston of Washington re-
. turns home from St Louis well pleased
..with tho prospects for a fine exhibit of his
JJ State's resources at tho World's Fair.
jv To-day Is to bo the great day at the
- l-eona saengeriest. ana r, vnu .
An Iowa man kills an officer who tries to
arrest him and then defends himself suc
cessfully for three hours against an attack
by a large posse, being finally killed.
Three Italians who kill a prominent cltl
een near Pittsburg. Pa., barely escape
Five New Mexico cowbojs who He In wait
for an old Indian fighter are killed In the
fbjht when the fighter arrives, while three
cf their companions escape by flight.
The new cruiser, Dener, Is launched at
Thomas B. Reed tries in vain to pacify
gn angry negro with his one-tlmo famous
frown, but succeeds badly.
Richard Croker. It .s reported In New
.Tork, la coming back to compel a retraction
Ot certain statements recently made about
Two ships from Tacoma are causbt In
Eeat Ice floes off the Alaskan coast, and
a Is still missing.
John A. Drake's Wyeth, dam Fonsle, by
P. Fonso. won the American Derbv nt
(Washington Park. Chicago, In 2:40 1-5. The
race was run over a heavy track, as the
time would Indicate, fclxty thousand per
sona witnesses It. Hildreth's Luclen Ap
pleby was second and Bennett's Alladln
third. McChesney and Cruzados did not
Start. Otis Ted for the first mile, but the
heavy impost of 125 pounds and the going
General Lord Kitchener will arrive at
rtn June 23 and will sail for Eng
land the same day.
The Princess of Wales has adoated the
Cad of flower painting on vehet.
The peeresses who attend the coronation
of Edward VII are compelled to wear ruby
Velvet robes with white ermine.
London Is crowded with sightseers, and
the hotels and theators are doing a rush- I
tag business Transcortation facilities are i
tug business Transportation facilities are
'" taxed to their utmost capacity
jiSi- VThltelaw Rclfl declined to ride In the Cor
el cnatlon procession In a carriage with the
rj'ttpresentatlves of the French Republic and
the Sultan of Turkey, and a upeclal car
rrlage baa been provided for the American
Another alarming rumor concerning King
f3Kward's health was circulated yestarday
cjrrto lQe effect that his Majesty suffered a
Bolpartlal stroke of paraljsla last Tuesday.
-Mtr The new Spanish loan of J70.000.000 has
etcSroved a startling success, Madrid alone
afcavlng subscribed for the full amount eight
Oraes over, Europe Is amazed by this fresh
evidence of the resourcefulness of the
The steamer Monkbarnes, from England
to San Francisco, was on fire four days
whllo at sea, and was only saved by heroic
Oaynor ar.d Greene, the American fugi
tives In Canada, lose their fight to evade
txlal at Montreal, and are ordered to Jail
Melville E. Stone, general manager of the
Associated Press, and other Americans
.were received In audience by Pope Leo.
French poets are to form a union.
A full-dress rehearsal of all who are to
participate In the coronation of King Ed
ward VII will be held at Westminster Ab
London salesmen and iht proprietors of
Stands are"d!sappo!ntcd that Americans are
not falling over each other, as had been
expected, to pay exorbitant prices for goods
and seats from which to view the corona
Jewels worth millions of pounds will be
worn by the peeresses who will attend the
SToronatlon of King Edward at Westminster
The French Chamber of Deputies has In
dulged In more disorderly Scenes, in which
Deputies of the Right hurled Insults at
eSputlea of the Lft, who responded In
kind. Seconds were sent In several cases
to arrange for duels, but none were fought.
The Senate has settled down to work, be
ing at present engaged on the bill to reduce
military service from three to two years.
The St. Louis Cardinals lost two games at
Pittsburg yesterday. The Browns won
from the Philadelphia Athletics by a. score
Of 5 to L
Cornell wins all three of the great boat
races at Poughkeepsle between the various
bit college crews.
England wins the International polo series
by taking the third game. 7 to L
. The Kaiser gives a prize for the fastest
jaoht In a race from Dover to Heligoland.
f. Winners at the Fair Grounds were: Po
etheen. Fore and Aft, Lany Wilt, Gfhclni
rjiess, Jordan, Tlckfui and Santa Ventura.
Larson won first place prize and Grun
?net won time prize In Forest Park road
, New Tork. June L Arrived: La Savole,
1 Qucenstown, June 2L Arrived: Etrurla,
fmm New YoTk.
- New Tork, June 2L Sailed: Minneapolis,
Tendon; Trave. Genoa; Noordam, Rotter
fdam; Vaderland, Antwerp; Victoria, Llver
rpool; Hekla, Copenhagen.
Yokohama, June 2L Arrived previously;
f optic. Sail Franclscp.
Hamburg. June 2L Arrived: Moltke.
. , t w c?-l -J. ri.. i.t-
v;ncri)ourK. juuu .a. isiiitcu, muwuu,
TNew York. (21) Sailed: Bt, Louis, New
Antwerp, June 2L Sailed: Zeeland. New
' Bremen. June 2L Sailed: Grosser Kur
.turst. New Y'ork.
Liverpool, June 2L Sailed: Lucania, New
li Queccstown, June IL Sailed: Celtic, New
Havre, June ZL Sailed: La Bretagne, New
. 'London. June ZL Sailed: Minnehaha, New
American Derby Xci Native Nursery Stake
J Aladdin. Third. J
'WYFTH FIRST IN AMERICAN
DERBY, LUCIEN APPLEBY SECOND
Aladdin Finish'"1 Good Third Western Turf .Classic A'as Hun on
a Heavy Trick in 2:4015 Heno, the Favorite, and Other East
ern Candidates Finished in Ruck Jockey Lyne Rode Winner
Barney isciireiber's Otis, Under Heavy Impost, Led
for First iiile and ili-'ht Have 'Won on Fast Track.
SIXTY THOUSAND PERSONS SAW THE $20,000 STAKE RUN.
Chlmgo, 111., June 21.-
-Wycth, a Western
horse, wun the fifteenth American Derby ,
this afternoon before G0.OD0 people in 2.40 1-5.
He incidentally addod a twenty-thousand-
dollar stako to the wealth of his owner,
John A. Drake. Hullman did all that he
could with his fine Jockeying for Heno, tho
hope of the Eust and the favorite, but could
not save the day.
There la no room for argument about the
best horse wlnnlnj. The race was free from
rojgh riding or anything in the nature or
a foul, was cleanly run and truly won, and
Wyeth was the best of the twelve S-) car-old
colts that lined up at the barrier to-day
before Starter Dv.-ver. Jockey Luclcn Lyne
rode a sensational race on Mr. Drake'3 colt,
Heno, the heavily plajcd Eastern colt,
went to the post favorite at 2',3 to 1, bJt
tailed to finish inside the munej, though it
was not altogether his fault. He ran game
ly and fast. It looked as If Jockey Builman
made a mistake by using Heno to much in
tn0 early part of the race. For furlong
i afler furlong he fought for the lead wlih
gamey schreiber's Otis, and they set a
. which. In the slow and dead track,
told on both of them at the supreme mo
ment of tho race the struggle to the home
FUll It 1 LIU O.N OTIS.
Singleton, on Otis, was censured by many
good jucges of racing for using what ap
peared to bo singularly poor judgment In
taking to tho front a colt carrjins 127
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CKIZADOS AMI McCIIUS.NBV
MAY KACE FOR ifiW.OCO.
Chicago, June 21. A race between
"Lucky" Baldwin's Cruzados and S
C. Hlldreth's McChesney for fJO.OOO is
a probability. These two heroes were
compelled to withdraw from the Der
by owing to lnjur'es received on
Wednesday at Harlem. Mr. Hildreth
said to-day that he would take up
Baldwin's bet for a race over the
Derby route, and when Mr. Baldwin
was told of this to-daj he said his
challenge held gcod and that the)
would make the race a feature for
some future date.
POST ODDS ON WYETH
WERE TEN TO ONE. t
The post odds to win were:
Heno 2t-, Corrig.m 40. Pentecost 5.
HermlsS, Arsenal 3, jcth 1? BUie's t
Commoner 7, Otis 20, Hildreth entry
(Luclcn Appleby and Lord Qucx) 12
Prowl 20, Allacln 20. &
pounds and trying to tip such a large and
It is onij fair to presume, however, that
Schreiber's Jockey rode according to orders
Pentecost and Arsenal ran a disappoint
ing race. Neither had a position sufihiently
mar the front to be regarded as a .--trlous
contender and V-Mtors from the East, who
had witnessed their races on the track-)
around New York, declared that tlu unsit
isfactory performai.cis'of tl.tso two colts
would hau to be attributed to their unusu
ally long and trj Ing railroad Journey on the
ee of such an Important contest. Arsenal
and Pentecost were Oelajt'd nine hours in
making the trip from New York to Chicago,
and turfmen belce that the reason ad
vanced for their poor showing Is not with
DISAl'l'OIVI EI M O Y.
Perhaps the gieatrst disappointment In
the race for thos who decided at the list
moment to pin their faith to u Western
horj-e was thoc who backed Belle's Com
moner. He failed to finish within tho first
three. The r"al surjirltos of the race were
Luclen Appleby and Aladdin, who finished
second and third, respectively. Luclen Ap
pleby would hae been conceded a good
chance had the track been heavy, but when
the dust was seen flying as the horses went
to tho post for the first race on the card,
those who had placed their faith in him in
the future books gave up their bets for as
good as lost. Corrlgan and Lord (. . ;an
Just about such a race as most peopl ex
pected of them, while with the go.rg as
good as it was Prowl had no chime what
ever In this company. Had ihf tm.k 1 ef n
heavy he would have been conctdt I a fair
The 'Cincinnati colt, Hermis. broke down
after running about a mile, but his showing
ui io mui iime uici not lead one to believe
at. "" wou.d have bcen TvcI1 UP ,0 the
. nnisn had he been able to complete the
W1KTII, On- LAST.
3IOWEII THE FIELD IJOIVV.
One of the best features of the race won
by Wj eth was that he got off last after the
fall of the flag and wore the field djvvn one
by one. Striding along In irresistible stl,
Wltnout any apparent effort and nt thr.
'"' " 1,lle sometn.ng in reserve.
Coburn rode a patient race on Aladdin
He avoided the early pace, never hurried
his mount at any p irt cf the contest, no
matter what tho leaders were doing, and
he was rcwatdi.d by finding at the finHh
that his horse had enough left to make a
grand run through the ctreteh, where ho
cxme from behind and made a desperate
bid for third honors.
OTIS AM) HENO 'IOOIC
THE LEAD AT THE START
The story of the race Is soon told. There
was but Httlo delay at the pot, and
Starter Dnyer got them away with a goi-d
send-off. Otis and Heno at once showed In
front, with Wyeth last. Round the turn
! from the half-milo post to the head of the
j stretch the field came tliunder.ng along nt
I a good pace Otis and Heno had drawn
I clear of all contenders, and all were light-
Ing for the jead. Past the stand the same
pair were running head and head, well in
front of the field, on the outside of vvheh
I were Corrlgan and Arsenal, both a little
I too far back to please their hackers,
i Round the clubhouse turn went the flylns
leaders, and by thN time Aladdin had taken
j third place, closely attended by Bella's
j Commoner. WJeth had moved up from iast
place and had passed Prowl, Pentecost.
Lord Quex. Luclen Appleby, Hcrmls nnd
Arsenal When half the distance of tlw
race had been completed Heno and Otis
still held a comnandin lead and showed
no signs of tiring. Belle's Commoner ai-d
Wjeth were the nearest attendant., al
though Aladdin was still up and on the rati
Coburn apparently preferred to drop back
to fifth place rather than hustle his horse,
with half the race to be run.
MADE HIS RIUE TOO SOON.
There was no change In the order down
the back stretch, hut when a full mile had
been completed, Builman seemed to think
the time had come for him to make his run
It was a poor piece of Jockeyship. Heno
when let down drew away from Otis and
went round the far turn. Increasing his
lead fully three lengths before Hf-ro
began to show signs of coming back. As
they rushed round the last turn Into the
straight run for home, Heno had still the
honor of holding first place, but the effort
was costing him dearly, and already his
. , , , , . . ...
stride, wan beginning to shorten perceptlblv.
Ho ran on with bulldog courage, but could
not shako off Otis tebn cln.rt nn nm.h r.t
... ---- - - - --..
the gap tne eastern colt bad opened up
around the turn. Belle's Commoner. Wjeth
and Aladdin now appeared to be running
more strongly than the two leaders, and
those who are quick to discern when a
race horse Is apperoachlng the beaten point
raised a cry that neither Heno nor Otis
would get any of the money.
No sooner did It become plain that the
favorite was really In distress than Otis
also began to cry enougn.
WINM3U HAD SO.MCTin.VG
LEFT AT THE FINISH.
With a furlong still to run, both were
straight as a string, and it was plain that
jneither could stay In front of the wire.
Then lt was that Lyne made his move on
He sat the colt down, and the son of
Wadsworth and Fonsle came away past the
leaders with little effort, and a hundred
yards from the wire was hailed as the win
ner. Lyne kept him golne and at the same
time had a little In reserve In case some
of the others should come behind with a
rush. He was watching for this, and saw
Luclen Appleby and Aladdin coming fast
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IIrp nnd Pedigree Weight and Owner. Time
Modslv ch f.. b Wnr Dance Rallet, 117. E Corrlgan 2 Z
K -Klu-ko. b c . bv Kr'e Dal C0I0..0. II.", Hnidtn A Co
Hob rock, b c. b Ten Droeck Jennie C. Hi. O. M Rie
I Volnnte. b
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3. Truuliaduu ,
c . bv Gripstad FNter to Clara r .123 Sarta Anita Bt ib!e I
. bs Pat vim ov r.nvorl'c. 123, Morris & Patten
b c. by LI bon GlenlJtn;. 1:3 M Younir
16. 1. Silver Cl-ud b c. bv G-lnteul-KiTlmnil. Ill "-anta Anita Stable 2:3;U
3. It'ue Wing. b. c . bj 11 Met Mil dine 111. Mell) urne Stab e
3. blr Joseph, ch. c,. by G'en"Ig Susie IJnuiKnl. lis. J J fcwlgert
ltS7. 1. c j. Todd ch. c . b Joe II filler Ro .i I!. IIS D M Ca-ty 2.3GH
- Ml. b pon) b f hy Imulrir Hrlher. 113. Santa Anita Stable
3 Wan. b r.. bv Warw let. Mary Anderson, lie. T II. fcteien.
1SSS. 1. Kmo of NVrfclk. b c bv Nn-'nlk-Mnrlon. IS Finn Anin Stalile..2:t)i4
3- I'aloi n. b k. c . by F.il e to M ill c W'od. Ml. McMal 011 A. Co
3. Los Amrclrfi. b t . by G'eneU La Polka lib Svnta Anltn Stable
1SSJ. 1. Sroknne. ch. c . by II der AII-Intepose 121. Montana Stable 2:lli
- Sorrcrto. ch. t... b J f H'-ok-r Kosa II, IIS. G Wa'tni'm
3. Retrieve, b. f . by l-ke of Montrose I'atti 116 IatioId Broo
IS). 1. tlml ivb. b. g. bv I.nk- Binekhurn Vintape. li;i. G. V 7tnklns :-;
2. S.ntlico. I), c. Iiy Grl-st-ad rura B.. IIS. Santa Anltv StvM"
3. Ben Klnnsburj. b. c. b) Regent Ml. KIU. Di'j 13 C. King burj
1SSI' I StruHureith b g bv Slnthmnre Flower of Miath. 122. G It Morris :t9
j-v-et cL. D. c. ny ijonvrieuo.v tijp-Tr, lli, Enstln & tvirrable
Klnttmn. b. c, b, G! ngarry Patricia. 125. Jacobin Stable
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I'aldiv.ir, ch c . b Joe Horker Lena's First. 122. llastay stable
Clctro. h. c., by Long ell w Belle Knight. 113. E. Corrlgan
Boundle" br. c. by Harry OTallon Endless. 122 J E. Cu'hlrg.. ..2:28 O.M0
St I-orards. ch c. by St. Bltlse Rolladonna 123 J Tt & F.P. Keene
Clifford br c , by Bramble Puches", 122, Leigh &. Rose
Rev el Santa An ta. b c. bj Cheviot A laho. 121 Santa Anita Stable 2 !5 19.750
Senator G-aily. ch c bv I oquols Satinet. 122. Marcus Dal
Ltpot. b c , Ly Judge Murray Spln.ter. 132. E Corrlgan
Vlnl. Co-it, b c . by I.-o-atu Arc Brand. 127 Woodford a Buckner 2:12 9 Hi
Warrrn on. b. c. I v F o 1st Addle W rren. 1-2. W. Oliver
Ivbej rh c. bv S. athmore B'le cf the Hg'ds. 123, Stanton A Tucker
Sldn-v Lcca rh c. by Trp Gallant Ad 11-C II. 122 Thompson B-os.2.Vi 9.25
James, b c . ly St. Jam s Ileinte. 12.' w. u. Barrlck
Lt. rtlb-on. br. c. by U W Johnson Sophia Hurdy. 129, c II. Smith
Robert VI adleH br. g bv Al ha Vlrgle, 119 Mrs R Bradley 3 33 4-S 1:73
Terminus b c. by Blasei Mls Ill'n,p. 127. W T. hafe-
The Iirader. b c, bv Lorgitreet Prfense. 122, R. T. Wtl'on. Jr
Vvth. b c. by Wad.r ortli Fou.ie, Hi, John A. Drnke 3:(0 1-5 2)
Lu. Im App el y. br c. bv imp St Gco-ge Li-vre. 122, Sam HIMteth
Aladdin li c. by Imp St. George Merry Wise. 122. Geo. C tlennett
tvVVVTVTVVTTTVVVVVVVVV ' O O O
ST. LOUIS TAIU ASSOCIATION SPRING MEETING-June 21. Forty-?econd Day.
Judge, P. A. Hradj ; s:arter. A. B. Dad. Weather clear, track heavy inside, lumpy
Atil 1 PJfe 5, for 3-ycax-olds
I'otbccn. 3 ico
blown all. 4 U4
lldlloni. 7 li.
14 ILona iilnor. .1 i
IV7 lAII's W.1I. 4 ll
-'It .VIae Miller. 3 97
'i l-Nev.l M.. 4 $
1-' .HansliOruuRh. .... 1 -j
J12 ll-uclno. 7 lii
,Jlm turner, i ....i 101
F.in Spia. 4 In
lennl.dii. r. 1..1
241 Lulu 1-light. 3 1 Jj
b7 Jbubmarlr.e, 4 1U7
Tio-hiSJ?!?."0? ca, 'L1 ' ,sec5d dr'1.ne Winner: S. W. Street's b g.. 3. Poteen-Diana
ii?',V?rni,i ,as,' ' eight lengths prcvlou. out He was Ilrst as far to-day He likes mud and
1 .. - -5 e i"" .In hlro f'w Vail ran a nice race and finished well Ransom lan a gooi
,,,i i;, ,J .'' wllh a rU!,h L,una Minor ran a good race, under a poor ride. Hanabotough
Eo. into the deep uoing and was anchored Same aijmes to Submarine.
Tln.e-.Oo'.. :iS. .-Sllfc. .15'. .l.lOVi. 1.33. 1.334,. 1.44. 1:534.
Second race, purse OT0. for S-ycar-oUls.
S V' 'i s F
104 2 ' li li ii"
100 4 4" 44 3' 2
lv3 5 5 5 1 4' 3
I WJ 1 3 34 !nk 4"
I 1W 3 1" 24 5
22'. Fore and Aft
(If 9) Ed Lai son
(:-.) iiiou-rt e: Ijinsini
141 U hri'llne A
111 I Katie Cromwell..
n ,,.twli,"?P,'H's' second same Wnncr: Y. Gerst's br. c. 2. George Kinney Top
l?M Al!ti.-,rl r r1"- wls mu ' th0. h""5t- Bd Lason anlshed well under a poor ride. La i
wcll' t"!ow.d I -cd ,V B trtmt'Dd',us f"50- Christine A. wants sloprj mud Katie Crom
Tlme A3. .:..'," :is"i. :31.. 1:03. 1:19H.
Thlnl race, pur.-c 800. for S-j ear-olds
U M K I
t' 4 Ink
S t'u. 7
71 74" 54
6no 6U 0s
3 1' 2
10' li," lu
4nk S' '
S 9' 9U
2nk 2h 41"
1 I Snkj 3h
II I 11 i 11 '
Larry Wilt. 3
Ti Gown. 4
l)r Blaise. C
Nan Dora. C
ivectn. 3 . . i j
'LI! tie Tommy
r. 4 ll
fctart grvid. vrn easily: second driving Winner:
J-anci 1-ree Wilt was much the best, went to
.l?.i i .. , .'.., K and closed fast. Tea Gown. In her clement, ran Improved race and
lr in t Blaise suited by the track, was prominent for seven fuiloncs. Uterp ran as
'Time 03. :17H. :3). MK, :57. 1:WH. 1:214. l:3S'i. 1:. 1:521.
'JfkL Fourth race, th- Native Nursery for MUsourl-bred colts and fillies. 2-vear-"
olds, live furlongs: value Jl.(j0:
(!)) (Gehelmnlss I Hi
115 iVIIndorn 113
1M Ed ILnll I 1J3
241 lir Kamm-rer..,. lis
2iW iFlora Levy 105
v,iMa.rt E0ril ..'? lsv. "ecor.d hindllv Winner: B Schreiber's b f . 2. faln Thersla. G--heImnl-3
and Mlndoia ran a tram The filly went to the front when ready and won essllv.
merer liked "the' TOingbui u'rld "'" "" Jer the whlp- M Ba" cl0"ed Mel1- Doctor ICam-
Tlmc .13. :zi. .3J. .524, 1 DC.
Fifth race, purse tlOO. for 2-year-olds
Wt. S H u ; I s. r.
101 3 8nk 3 4" I V ink
101 4 4nk 2' 2 lh 2"
l1! 3 lh lh Hi 3' 3h
h 0 5 5 4nk 3nk 4 41
104 1 2" 6 5 5 i
2 9 '.Jordan 3
2t iBicwer Schorr.
25 lalnor. 4 ,
(21C) Itlalde Rock. 7.,
243 IWallabout. 4 .
T.r statt ,Knn'i:- ?oa '.,nf: second same. W nner: T. P Hayes's b. c . 3. Lampllghter-Emnu
Ji,ri,T'.anVi,n le Wl,th ",e Rn0,r.c; "" WS" T,aam. nnfl ""I'M-J strongly.' Brewer Schorr was
forced Into thr hal going on first turn and compelled to run In It for half a mile He ran V
good race and probably was best. Odnor was poorly handled Guide Rock swung wide In rtretch
and ran out nil tho wav down He nhnuM him i. fi,i..i ivmk.., , .1. ... i".1
Tim iK -ii i i-. i.iiit -.. ,:;
-C6. :1J, .22',. .45. .53. 1:124. l:2ot.
Sltth race. 3-v, ear-olds and upward,
215 iTickful F
(2 S) 'Ch nt.relle. 3
244 Ll-t Arrow. 3....
at iJor Doughty, c ...
(229) (I'haroah. 5
22.) iChlrkTmsuga, 5....
(211) (isnl". 6
2IS ll'rlnce Rial, 5 ..
111 2 Ink
Ml 5 2
lis 7 r
1"9 R th
US 4 (,'
114 c 4h
111 3 S
109 1 7'4
Ptajt eoM wrn eal!; fcond earno. Winner: Flzrr & Co ch
rn-t'r.tr.. ,T. - . v . t.3 ;wi niuiiir,uiKii)n) up iRTii3 nas iniaequaiciv handled
CElkarrauftA fens to have irone T. Thrnw I'rlncc Reftl' nco mit Ul '
Jillllt V, 4, U4,
Savenlh rnce. purse KOO. for I-year-olds
10) i 1
111 I 1
1'iJ I 4
117 I B
1 1 s
W i 5
I 114 I 3
107 I 1
Santn Ventura, 4.
Jake Weber. S
Joe Go.. ?
Torn Collin.. 7....
.. niruie stone. 4 .
162 IVIIts Aul.rev. 4....
. ... rutrh Carter. 5..
. . 'Mitchell. S
Start good, wen easllv: F-ccnd anl third ame. Winner. F W. Holtgrcwe's ch mT 4 by
St Iinnn! V entner. Santa br-ke smartly II ed h track and never was In darner Iwfter
!7i!!..acd J.1?, UI"!f? " "fak a Jike Weber Is of no present account Joe Go.a n i
pond rnrc Crllln. did not eem to want to run when he could not get to front lie sulkeJ
MK. Aubrey ran a bad race for her iui . u.cv.
Time :124. .24s,. :37V,, :50. l:03v;. 1:174.
to the finish, but all he had to do was to
keep his horc irolng to stall off their furi
ous rush. Woods and Coburn were- driving
hard th-oush the last sixteenth of a mile,
and thev certainly vot the most out of their
respective mounts, but it was not In Luclen
Annlebv and Alnddln in brat Wvelb nnd ha
I nns.ftl ln 'rr thu t. Ir.. n enrnfurmlilft n-lnna,.
by almost two lengths
OI.TGAMUD UASTSII CRACId
Otis, despite the heavy weight he was
carrying, ran on to tbe erd In the m6st
rn-olute fashion and flni&ned fourth, de
priving Heno of that barren honor, he hav-
'nS the satisfaction of winning the duel that
lle and, ll'e Eastern colt had fought out
PVPTV Inch nf fhet tnili-rnii. nirer ihn rll
tween fhese two coltlwlore beaten bv
.i.i 'r:!l?S,r" L"?.wVe.Dealen -D'
Derby ciurse. It was a grand struggle be-
mi:,! vjivii iremenuojs enortB anu were rar
It Is no exaggeration to i
say that to-dnv's Amiriean Derhv wni tho
finest contest in the eyes of horsemen that
has been seen here since Boundless beat an
equally large and high-class field in 1SD3.
rirst race, one rrrlle, for 3-year-oMs and up
ward, purse Jiofl Waln-a-Mclnen. 102 (Beau
champ). 2 to 1, won. Federal. 123 (Coburn), even
secend. Jlmlner, 122 (Hoar). 3 to 1. third. Time;
1:4 1-Z Harry New. Barrack and Paul Creyton
Second race, six fnrlonrs. for 2-vear.i!d in
upward, purse, SC00 Elsie L. 93 (Dean). 6 to t.
won. Vulcaln. 124 (Cavwnod). 8 to 1, second;
Zlt la. 106 (Otis) 15 tn 1. third. Time. 1:16 3 5
Scorpio. Lukeward Kenilworth. Maud Oonne,
MemniTL. Knlcht. Vnni.v tlmfl Tree. Flllfrt,,
anl Wlsend!ne also ran I
Th rrt race lh. l.rlr,. nerhv. J?0 (I0O ,M
for 3-yrar-olds. one mile and a half W eth. 123
!L.Vnel 19 In 1 wi.n 1... nn on.1 nn.-hnlf lAn.n'
.,--,. ..--,, ,..,.. , v. ..-. - -- . ........
(J. vvocnsi l'l ro l. second
by thtee lenaths: Aladdin. 122 (Coburn). 20 to 1.
third by three lengths Time. 2:41 1-5, otls,
Heno, Prowl. Belle'. Commoner. Lird Qucs, Ar-
nyii.i, jiermis, e-orngan ana -envrcv aiso ran. ..,,..,
Fourth race, seven and a half furlongs, selling. REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
S-year-olds and upward, purse JtW Alfred Var- Sparta. HL, June 21. Lyle's Walters of this
grave. 112 (RedfernV 4 to 1, won: Stuyve, 99 place defeated the Hoehra of St. Louis here to
(Ranich). 4, to 1. second: Lacrlmae, 97 (Dean), dy by a score of li tn . The feature of the
in to I, third. Time. 1:36. Wild Pirate, bast game was the bitting of Lelner ot Sparta. Bat
Knight. B. a. Campbell, Semi Colon. Ed. Adack i terles: Hoehns Barry and Rogers. Sparta Fin
and Sjrlvla also ran. ley and McCrlght,
Schreiber's Entry, Geheim
ness and Mindora, First
and upward, oiu mile and seventy yards:
10i !C llonner...
14 lw. Jones....
iind upwards, mile and seventy yards:
Jockes OpenlClosei PI
lO'Nelll 4 jTi 73
Watson J S 3
Bell 6 7 5-3
T. O'Brien... G IS 8
T. Walsh.... 2 11-3 1
DomtnlcK ... b 13 b
J O'Connor. 13 12 5
Morse 10 2) 8
Dale 10 4
Newcom .... 15 7 3
jpiunkett .... 15 50 15
I 11 I 11
the front when readv and won an lir nlrnaed
b B F. Jockejs. lOpenlCIO'e PI
3' 3 14 Domlnlck ...I 3-5 "w T
i'f 4' 24 T Walsh.... 3 5 2-5 8 5
2.4 2h 3' O'Neill 7 10 3
lJ Ink 44 Bell 15 K t
5 5 ST. O'Brien...! 8 I 9-2 9-10
and upward, mile and three-sixteenths:
J. 0 Connor.
1:39. 1:464. 2.O0W.
...;: "?... "-"" '" -
ona mile and twenty yards;
7-2 7 3
3 IJ. o Connor.
" IT O'Brien...
8 IBomlnlck ...
h., 5. Ecuador Sw Inir
iirj. iroiB. i:bi. 1:474.
ami upw ard, selling, sir furlongs:
4 V. S.
i i ii
4 I :
6 I M
34 1 4
5' I tP
5 IT. Walsh....
' c r.nnner ...
7" 'T. O'Brien...
9' IA Lines ....
10 IW Jone. '
Fifth race four and a half furlongs 2-rear-old.
purse JMO-Sldney C. Ive. 118 (Dean). 7
to 2. won: Watklns Overton. Ill (Wood.) 8 to 5
pwimd: Rheta. li; iKnlrhO. 7 to 2. third. Time.
iMIv Tom Crgan and Reckoner al.n ran.
Sixth race seven and a half furlnnc selling
for 3-jear-olds and unward. pt.rse SB00 Urovvnl"
n.Irsisn. 104 (Nutt) 12 to 1. won. Freo Pa.s. 101
nielgerson). 15 o 1. second. Trie Blue 105 (Co
bum). 5 tn I. .third Time. 1-TS 7-5 Ev-i Rlr
Oueen of Dlxlina Colonel Bvliantvne Lakevlew
Belle. RawriBburv. Vassal Dance. Huzrah and
Boomerack also ran.
nnce Hesiilts at Denver.
Denver. Colo . June 21 The June meeting of
the Overland Raclnt Association opened to-d.y
Ten thou.and persens witnessed the race. Few
favorites won. Antcnlus. In the third race, was
backed from 20 to I Sown to 2 to 1 and wen
easily from a field cf fifteen starters. Lottl
Smart, the favorite in tne pacing race, collided
5 K1" lf" e distanced: Wea h
er fair: track slow. Results:
i.-ir.t Mr. .! .. n. .., n-n,,
won In three stralsht heat. Time. 2:17i. 2:174,
::i.v. uaroonate. loltle Smart and Lulu M.
Second race, trotting, one mile Frank Dal
won second third and fourth hat nnd the rare.
Time. 2.2ti. 2.23t, 3:281. Celest R. won the
last heat. Time. 2:2S'4 Susie R. and Teller also
Third race, five and a mlf furlongs Antonlus
won. Skirmish, seconc: Comet, third. Tine. 1 10.
Fourth race. O-lorado Derby, one and one
elehth mile Mv.IIe won: Sol second: El Pilar,
third Time. 2-00.
Fifth race, one-half mile Amoruna won:
Dutch Princess, second; The Senator, third.
S'xth race, six furlong. Trank Ireland won:
Frr-rik Pearce. second: Tlburon. third. Time,
TtpriTrtT m ttptrr-raT
"t-1 ..,ll,ul "-lt.l 1 ALu
Jefferson City. 7Jo.. June 51 Npvnrta d.featM
Jefferson City to-day in s w-ell-niayed game by
the score of 4 to 1. Jefferson City mad- Hire
hits and five -rrora and Nevada eight hit and
one error. Batteries: Nevada Thomas and
Check. Jefferson City Lawtner and O'Halloran.
T , 1 ' i Ti j D Cornell Scores
Intercollegiate Boat Race victory, i;
Ilis Gelieinmess and Mindora One,
Two in Missoiiri-ISrcd
JORDAN WINS THE HANDICAP.
IJiL'wer Schorr nadl.v Hidden and
Otluor Inadequate- Handled
Santa Ventura at
Saturday's racing brought out a nice
croud to the Fair Grounds. The track
events were neitha sensational nor of great
Interest. i:-irny Schreiber's neat pair. Ge-
I helmness ami Mindora. ran one. two In tho
j Native Nur.r Stakes for 2- ear-old colts 1
and fillies bred 111 MiuoarL
A They got off last In a field of five,
They got off last In a field of five, took ,
I tbr.ir timi nnit nil i,w t IrorT. ndh0fmniGd
! .. , 1.1. 1. ... .1.1. .' -.' . ...
viuu vviiii utr siauic mate at ner wuners. j
Mindora probihij could have won. He was
taken casllj all the wav and did not make !
his run untii Gtiieimness was well In the i
lead and then finished strongly. The stable j
probably did not wish to earn future penal- j
ties for him. So it won with Gehelmness j
Mindora is a grand looking colt, hi and I
full of style and quality. He is very like
his plre, Sa!n. but a larger horse, eve-n now.
He gives great promise of being a star 3-
Ed Ball ran third In the stake and Dr.
Kammerer fourth. Flora Levy was last.
Fore and Aft ran a gcod race in the sec
ond event and beat Ed La son rather
Though Doctor Strectt's Potheen was
last by twenty lengths last out he was thit
many In front In the initial event. Doctor
Sirem's horses nlwajs win at good odds.
Th s one was held at 10 to L
The third was an excellent race. Odnor
and Jordan were favorites. Jordan received
a good ride and won. while Odnor and Brew
er Schorr were not well ridden. Brewer
Schorr was compelled to take the soft go
ing on the first turn. This knocked him out
of the race. Guide Rock would have been
third with a good ilde.
Tickful made a runaway race of the sixth
event. Chanterelle ran an extr.1 good race
and was second. Little Arrow was a good
Santa Ventura, alwavs a long-odds win
ner, landed the last race In a gallop.
ThOUeh Jnke Whor TVim fnlllnp n,l I r.f-
ter were all plajed at short prices. Santa I
Ventura breezed away from the field. Lif
ter ran a good seeond. while Jake Weber
was third. Tom Collins ran a bad race. He
did not seem to want to run wnen he could
not get to the front.
MAJOR DAIAKKIiriELD IX A GALLOP.
Won the Tldnl Stnkc-K, Worth ?2,000,
on a Mutlu) Track.
New York, June 21. On the worst day
that thfe Tidal St.U-p Inr -t.vnrir.nlrta lrnrth
i X-V.O00, at one mi.e and a quarter, wis ever
run. F. C. McLewee & Co.'s Major Daln
; gerlleld galloped home an easy winner at
taheepshead's Bay to-day, on a track that
i was covered with water before the heavy
Five good S-vear-olds farpd the starter for
! this event, with Maj r Da.ngerfleld it hot
favorite at 7 to 10. ar.d Goldsmith second
choice at 2 to L Dixleline was third choice
t at a to 1.
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drenching downpour of rain. Only a
few minutes was lost In Iln.ng up at the
barrier. Goldsmith was first to shrivv. but
Major Daingertleld raced to the frc nt In a
few strides, with Go'd Cure second and
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tinue to show ihe way to the first tura
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ed forward and was soon ten lengths to
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In fiont of UKIellr.c. From the eighth pole
to the wire it was a prov-ssion -laJl
Dainsertleld won in a gallop by me
lengths. tJold mith srcoml. the same dis
tance 'n front of D xiellr.v.
J G Lvnnn's Monte Carlo won the Surf
St..kcs for 2-year-olds, from the favorite,
Cl?odvKwon0llthe Innugural Steeplechase
over the "hort coutse by half a length
from Foolhardy, the favorite. Summary:
l-:.st la-- toe lnaivui.11 Etjpltc.iase, short
ivurst-It..d. 1M Ua:rj. 4 10 1. w.vn. Fool;
lanlv. 1. illev.itt 7 tu o, second. Sallust, 15J
tUa 3 t 1 thud. Time, 4 1 Detameroa
and" Itl'-mg also ran .
secuml race seil mr. '.! fcrlongs. on train track
Fen.isole. 1 (Mwthi. 5 to 1. won. Morokana.
1" iJ Mertln) 5 to I. simo, Military ..C4
(L'ticr.anam. 1W to 1. third Tlm 1.11 3-a. Dela
io. aban lonneliL tlclawaha, L.iket. Guessnorlc.
Charles W Mer anil MoranJa ao ran.
Third race, -urf Stakes, tor 2 yvar-olJs. nve
and one-half fuilorti vlonte Carlo. 122 tOdom),
13 to 5. won. Charles Elwood. 1.-7 (Wondorly), 11
ta r, second: Hackeasack. 117 (J Martin). 30 to
I third. Time. 1.10. slave, showman. B-jundme
1'eat.ty and banny Shore (added starter) also
Fourth race, the Tidal Stakes of 12,000. fcr
3 J.ar o.di. ne and one fourih mile A.ajur Daln-H-.Hi.ld.
I2s (Shavv). 7 tu 10. von, Goldam.th, 135
liiuru-s). 2 to 1 sreend. Dlxlebne. 13s vOdom). 9
I I I. third Time. 2-0-J 3 I. Remorse and Gold
1 Cure also ran
inn race. 2jear-cias nve xuriongs uiorto-s.
V. IWomlrrlM i to 1. wen Seolhsaver.
Ifnavri. 6 to I. snona. jioum uur-. lu. icmiui;,
f to l. thirl Time. 1.13. c.n.jucvivllt. Darx
I'ln. t. B.rblnet. Blue l'.ft, Mary McCafferty.
Ixi'd Turco Ductnr Salor Blue janQer, OlA
I orv anl Brlni'tor al o ran
Sixth race handicap, one ard onr-slxtcenta.
mile, en tu-f Unci-man, 110 (Uonderly). 3 to i.
won. Frlvino. 113 (Burns). 2 to 1 econd. Swlft
inas 12s iJ Martin) even, third Time. 1.5J.
Only three stl-ters
Mun:Irt Fnlr Ground Entries.
First race, five furlongs, purse, 2- car-olds:
(lj) Fvrunla lv. 24 Mindora 103
. .. Laiaa'tghter ...1 51 237 Happy Chappy.l
JT1 Cl-tlsUn A.... Iai I (243) Avoid It5
Second race, six furlongs, selilnx:
U -Maggie Young. 107
20) Doratlce 113
171 Herodes 1"2
211 Mr TimbertHke 102
45 Edna Kenner . 100
241 Nnra-ico 1.
W Waban II"
261 Luna Minor 9-
250 Mr. Mulksy 114
Ifl I.u'u Flight lv
247 Alaltl 10l
210 'Man 97
121 NelUe Bavra....lW
Third race, one mile ard seventy yards, selling:
19 'Mr Pomeroy.. lj 242 Sklllmn 1)
2H Gilbert 11) 23S Little Master...l)2
2C1 Tennlson II) Cman 1M
234 Ixin- 112 247 Will Fay 115
224 sorapa 107 ICl Potheen las
259 I'rlnte Plenty.. in 204 Sworusmn ....1H
. . Licochee . . . .115 233 Larry Wilt 105
Fourth race, cne mlie. purse:
. . Lucust B103somlM
.... Snlve .. Ill
. . The Covenanter lit
2Ci Mjnheer 11'
(243) Kitty Clyde...
2)S Miss Threea..
F.fth rate, six furlongs, selling:
232 Rcjal Alhl-te. 1 2 250 Hazel Huxhlett-107
93 Free Coinag ..114 26 Iugurtha 1
Zi$ Eva'. Dar.ing 11- s4 5Iona B 113
242 Verify it" 219 Annie OtdnId..113
2y .loe Lessur ... 114 212 Wild Katie Ill
217 Sam Lazarus. ..HI 254 Morris VoImer..U7
2j0 Louis Wagner. 1"' 254 Ivu Ana.. ...... 107
Sixth race, one mile and an eighth, selling:
61 o7ey Forge 17 l 259 Ida Ldford....liJt
23i Eda Riley 1C3 243 Orris 100
ISO Kdk-anlo 1" ! 1231) Winepress 100
r2 lflare .
99 1(233) Silver
Apprentice allcwance claimed.
The Republic's Selection.
Fltst Race LauraliEhter. Avoid. Happy Chip
pv Second Race Dorallcr. Hi-odej. Navailno.
Third Race Loonc Harr Wl't. filbert.
Fourth Race M j nl-eer Kitty tHsd. Grantor.
Fifth Race Eva's Darling Free tTolnas-. Jo
'sixth Ra:c Ida Ledford. Cogswell. Ida Riley,
Itcxnltn ut Fort Erie.
Rufalo. N Y . June 2t Results at Fort Er'e:
First rice, four and cne-balf furlonjrjSpeclal
Tax won Hallucination, second; Nioat Owl,
third Time. 9H
second race. .Ix fuilongs Easv Street won.
Senator Eeveridge. sscend. CMrtsey. third. Time,
I Third race, seven fu-loncs Florena won:
Drummond. scond; Matue fcpencer, iniru. nine.
Fourth race, the Bnrraio stakes, tour ana one-
half furlongs Stand I "at wo.i. tpriagbook. sec
ond. I.orlr.a. th'ra lime. .
Fifth rnce. handicap one and one-sixteenth
mile Huntress., won, Hoblcman, second: Alste
M . third Time. 1 3 P.
iitxth race, handicap fteerlechase. short ccurs
The Esmond, won Yaicdhara. second; Trenc-thj-Mere.
third. Time 2.1SV
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