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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. 100:
Yellow Tail Won Fiom
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1'oints at I.-sue.
FLINTLOCK RAH TO
Hughes's Horse Was Hidden Ac
cording to Forecast and Won
in a Canter.
AVOID AT A LONG PRICE.
Dan Honip's Mare Got Second
Event After Being Hacked
From 10s to OS Merrie
George and Sanctum
fr FLINTLOCK 1ON Til IT WAY.
They had better be looWlwr 4
$ onl. lest Flintlock, set the
Jnmp on Ihcm around the hnlf- ?
$ mile ground -while they are i
i "pottering; along." Flintlock
4&. ran hit up anr tfunrter in til 6
4 when he net read. If the
4$ others ro moping; along; up the sj
4$. back stretch and he suddenly
tosses n fast quarter nt them
they may not he able to catch $
s him. Mr. Hatches In n keen
. mnnnger, and Is llnhle to ex-
4 ploile a torpedo In the middle 4f
of the track. If the) are not O
4 alert to-dnj. The Republic,
October 23. 4
The siortIng editor or The Republic feels
complimented that such n. t-hrewd horse
man as J K iiushci should take his ad
Tlce about tlio riding of and running of a
race. Hushes ten 1:1s horse Flintlock in
accordarce with the aboe forecast in the
fourth race at the Fair Grounds j ester
day, and he non In a gallop by eel en
Monsieur Beaucalre was favorite at 12 to
10. He bled during the race and finished
last. Bessie McCarthy, backed from fours
to twos, was third. A world of money was
bet on her. AlaCdin. the longest shot, was
As forecasted In The Republic the pace
was slow They ran tl.e half in .5! which
was crawling time. Beaucalre was lead
ing, with Flintlock second, and McCarthy
third At the three furlong pole. Call it
suddenly hit Flintlock with his whip. The
horse dashed away from the others like
& flash. He opened up a cap of flte
lengths in fifty j ards. The sudden change
from a slow gallop to extreme speed won
for Flintlock The others were dazed.
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Cay. Judge. P. A Brady . barter A. 15 Hade Weather clear, track govd
Irst race, for ".-ycar-old. purse
)wt f & I '
"i; ; I 4id
ai e I sa
J.,'t IToupee. Doneran
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4 I (' I
2 V 4,
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1 I VK. 3'
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luai (Sanctum, rlmhin . lit i
v. '(., re-r Fcle, M7
SI 'Orient. I Austin... 7
Sr Tom Olney IJtlnjston 1 I
M7 llenton Calvtt Si
MS Knlshone. Jol I 100 I
; Hill Kye lord I; ,
S7 iHell coeur. L.uJen . ' 1M I
Stmt rod "n drlrins wmd llr Winner. 1L il. iUrvlt'J h. k . S. Tmy ITore.
Toup raVdwd i-anrlum In hHig-suiUlnM drive. Sinttum tiled, l'errjr tan t bi tra
form Orlfit ran a ri La.l nu-
Time -. .I91-. -I 44. J't. 1SH.
Second race, for S-year-olds and
fi mM. FoW M9
MS Tom llankln-". II. And-I
I rton . I
S harn Hird. I. Jllller.' IIS
TJlm a lonr llaadc 4H
llldj Flrknlzht. tjllltt; M
'Hindi. Shrhan . I 17
iraitir. Uvlrj5trn . .. 11: .
'TatT Tower. SarTs i7 1
!ltdmm I Austin . I
Man itocd. Wen cIrrlT- miJ drtrtnt Winner. I. A. HnU- b. t. i Ttthony? TmKft
Nt Avoid won dntvlnr away. Mar.klrn ran a ?lfi)M raw. IMrd hod wed. tat jl";
Icc wa vry badly ridden and tired, lady ran a dull race. Hindi will ran inwatlr. HutR
had a little earlv pred
Tlme-.I3,. ',. 30,. :U. li 1-15
Thrid race for 2-year-olds, purse
ill) 4.nr Davl P Austin' 1M '
Ufndon. C Jllllfr UK I J
.Mfrrl- Oeorn- 4-.han! 17 1 1
"K Kintilirro Fnler ' 17 t
iS) Brill antf F Smith 17 ! 4
r n. WlUlama. Mijtrj loj 0
Start Koo.1. Won eaally. --rnd fme WlnfiT. T I". Havcm'a b f.ilvyalW Valeri
ana Davii dlrlsyel a prt bum of !. llenden tnlirht have woa with raane luclt.
Goire hd arlv ppred. Th othr nver were contender.
Time- 07 .lW. i. .i Jt1!. !".
ffin Fourth race for J-jtar-olJs and up. hanJIcap, purse JO?, one and an eighth
(lOOl Fllntlork. Clalvlt .... 1 IK
Ml AUddl-i Fhrehan ... I 1
V Bessie JtcCarthy. J I
I Mathewa I IK
3(K0 'Monslenr Ileauealre. '
D Austin . . 1
Ptart rod. Won easilv tti'1 drivlnr Winner. J K. IlnicWa eh. c Kncht of El
lenille Flash In the ran Fllntlork was under restraint to the three rations'. Aladdin ran a
rood rare McCarthy did not run her race Ucauraire bled.
Time 14 .M4. '. J.-04. 1:17. I-S. 1:1 13.
Fifth race, for 1-year-olds and up.
i! Tellotr Tail rt Klnr .1 141
1S !Athl-ov F s-mlth ...I let
OH) Ladr Ftrathn-ore. D I
I AuaUn . HI
r7) 'nourke Cochran Calvitl 1
4 Ulerer J Mathewa I l"
K3 ILleM Opera. Ijrl-Ktton' 1ft)
Start cood Wen eleierlv
hUm. V.ITm. 1af1 m-nn nJnr a-
lmely strathmoM ran her race Jlarer had
Time . "IT. ?. .13. J't. ixt. i:iS'j. !:
Sixth race, for 3-year-olds and up.
i3 Irettllohn. Foler
tt9 jLv Dorsey. JI jonn- 1
t pen .15
1" I 1
f I t'
fPS Klnntelle. rerklns I 110
t n.ird. " Miller
104 Aulea. lord . ..
S Helen ITtnt, 1" Smith
O jllencal. IJvlnrfton
3 Iproeper La Oal. calvlt
s: INearet. D Acttln .
Start rood for all liut Proper Won ea,ily. second same Winner. E tuhrss ch. K. X
Dorian Quadruple!. Itttljohn won essed up Dorsey ran an even race. Klngstelle ran to her
best form Weird tired. Aules ran a itroni race. Prlat'a race was tad. Bengal ran aa Inex
plicably bad race. ITosper was off badly
Time 1SU. -4. &. fii. 1-M. l-tttj.lS'i. l:i.
Thev rushed their mounts off their strides
In their endeavor to ratch the leader and
ail finished In a bunch behind him
He.ssle McCarthy i an awful blow to
the bettors. She wis industriously touted
as a good thing She was for the book
makers. Tom Kilev and Jesse Mathews
must have given their friends on the block
a benefit yesterdaj. Next time the book
makers mav return the courtesy.
OTHER RACES TO FORM.
The, other races were run right They
made a bad I-to-J shot of Sanctum In the
first race Toupee, who should have beat
en her previous time they met. txat her
handily Touper- waa 1 to L
Tho second race went to the long-overdue
good thing. Avoid. Sharp Dird led and
went wide on the turn. Haack. old Jlm-a-Ing.
went wider "rtilL Had he not done
so Jim would havo ben clos up Calvlt
gave Lady Free Knight a bad ride and
Avoid, saving ground under a line ride
from Foley, got up anil won. The Honlgs
won a swell bet on tho race. Avoid was
backed from 10s to 63.
Mcrrie Georgo was an Insane 4-to-3 shot
in the third race. He led for a quarter
Then Anne Davis sped past and Slendon
followed. Anno won in 1-OS. fast time,
Mendon nt 4s was second. Had not Miller
timidly pulled Mendon up at the three
eighths pole tifi would have won He lost
flie lengths there George ran a tired
third. It was said that he broke down.
TELLOW TAIL'S VICTORY
The fifth race went to Yellow Tall, the
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klilA lotion yVJlfiri
SJ. the ami a lialf furlong:
1 H I '. M J S. I F K j CTi rt,
ink' ... ! is ! iaki - i - i
. ws 4 ' I r f ah I b tt
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up. purse . sis furlongs.
s. 1 r. Iop.o
: j l'ijwj
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Shdl n,l 6 1 7
J file and a hnlf furlongs:
I JL i Ji 1-iL )fu LiL
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purae . mile and seventy yards:
Op ' CI I PI
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: 1 s-s
14 1 12
Winner. Ilackett &. Co s ch. h . . Watercre
Atneiroy ran an exira rooa race na cwmesiru
early "peed. Opera was eore.
selling, purse 1V. one mile:
Op f CI i PL
13 I 13
is 1 r
S I 14
second choice. He beat Lady Strathmore
previous time they met. but she was
backed from 2s to S to 5. whilo he went
from Is to is. Funny betting. The lady
was third. Athelroy showed lmproicment
and was a good second.
The lat race saw the three choices run
among tho last four horse's. I'ettllohn. a
good thing, won easily. Weird, who had
a hard time winning a tm top-and-bottom
selling race, was a 4-to-l shot. He led for
seven furlongs, then tired. Look at Helen
Print's race yesterday and that against
Dai e Sommcrs. Then ponder. ISengal had
no excuse". Prosper La Gal was all but
left at the post.
TO-DAY'S FAIR GROUNDS ENTTJE3.
First race, one mile and seventy yards:
ftn KlnnT's curt V
MS ?! Char
SM "Hondo . M
Hi Class Leader . M
K3 crime ss
1jl2 Hegtra l
KQS K4cr)a ...13
Kl Doct4r Hol-
acher . ... 1
3 General Dlx .. W
k Oramena .. t
W Star Uaser . nt
M4 Pweet Irea-n. 1-!
. 'leStTT Wilt . 37
Ferond rare, file and one-half furlongs
in "Haven Hut
1K3 'Lady Fonsa
OC4) Kilo .
Hi Ixinon Girl )
f flank f-olltm.l4S
loa Our IJIlle 19
73 Ituek . . .KM
1M efjidy Hea
H Quaker Girl . VH
vtt eadie Uurcti
Hi Lady TBIitla .liX
Third race, six furlongs.
SS Ladr Idria .. li
t) 'Budwelser . .
m: One Mora .. . ISO
Ml Tom Crabb . H3
r.i Kd Sliver 147
Hi Iolly Gray K
S Doctor fecharff 103
1404) Miss Guldo lil)
M 7.1rl . ...w
333 Je Ones . 1
M3 'lU-reneo Dare
VSB 'Optimo . . IW
luuS Mocorllo . . .U
Foanh raco. ons mile. Forecast Handicap:
S17 Bugler ford ..lit
M Lord Her- Oil) OU Htona . 1
rnenre . ..11 M3 Don Clllgli . M
K3 Walnut Hill SI K7 ImboOen M
ray) Miss Craw.
Fifth race, one mile and seienty yards
1I Kalse . .. .IB
104 Emily Oliver .1M
M Nettle Reeent- n
mtr . . 167
343 Cxano . .. .
ts4i Bird aarer
!r Venus Vlc
IW Dfrua . .
Prrrho . .
Oof) Varna Ttraao
1 'BUng . .
. . 9
Wl 'Peart Diver 1 1 0W7) 'llerce J.
Sixth race, cne mile and seienty yards.
7 I-ourquol l"as . K l14 Pettljohn ...
Ml Jack loung .. K sat Annie Max .. Ias
111) Avoid 114 Itencal . .tag
lU Jigger lva) SJ1 MalWrr IW
!: Heuel .... IW
Beyenth race, one and one-eighth mils:
H Sard Is n . ..
v Neversueh .
174 CoMtn G'lt
ter .. 5
!1 feond Mats . S
317 Treaer 31
WJ) Captain Gas
TUB TtEPUBLIC-3 8ELECTI0N&
First Race Sweet Dream. Btar Carer, Larry
Second rtace Lay Ttistla, Quaker Oirl La
dy Free Knight.
Third Race Tom CJatb. Joe Ross. Optimo.
rourth Itaea Bugler. Mlts Crawtard. OM
Fifth Race Plena J.. Bird 8Cajtr. Tearl
Flxth Race Mallory. Annls Max. HrtxeL
feeienth Race-Coldta Glitter, Captain Oaa
DL'GLER TO BCATIIIls CIUWrORD.
Crack Filly Can Scarce Give Hayes's
Colt the Weight Asked.
Two-year-olds find weight oppressive
going over a mile of ground. Gehelmnlss
essayed to give Jack Young 39 poundt in
this stake last fall. She was beaten. OJd
.Stone and Miss Crawford are not the
equals of Gehelmnlss by twentr pounds.
Nor Is Bugler or Don O'HIgh the ciual
ot Jack Young as a 2-year-old. Still Ok!
Stone and Miss Crawford are giving away
too much weight to three colls in the
Forecast Stake to-day.
MI Crawford can beat Old Stone at the
weight"" That is a cinch. That she can
beat Bugler is not so certain, or Walnut
Mill If he runs his best race. She Is
giving them twenty pounds. Bugltr has
Jn.JJvork,nE fajlt- He did flie furlonirs
in 1:E and elx furlongs in 1:16 with 166
pounds up and handily. Hill has done
Just as well O'HIgh has won at a mile
from ngid horses and from Athena, to
whom Miss Crawford cannot give twenty
pounds going a mile.
BUGLER WILL BE A PRICE
Bugler should be S to L Crawford will
be G to S. Bugler Is the best bet then.
Walnut Hill has a chance. O'HIgh prob
ably likes mud best, but also has a
chance. Miss Crawford can surely beat
Old Stone at the weights. Miss Crawford
can beat Hennence at the we'ghts. Bu
gler beat Brancas In a stake, taking
eighteen pounds from him. Brancas can
beat Miss Crawford. In all. It looks like
Bugler cr Walnut H1IL Do not forget
that weight tells on a 2-rear-oM colnr o
MALLORT OR HETZEL.
The fifth race Is a good betting propo
sition, ililiory and HeUel .liould run
ope. to Mallery I the truest horse.
! With a ly up he should win. Petlliohn
should U thlr.l uIiIIa AniitM Max lu-i a
xnvi:nstrn wn.i imphovk.
TJm aixih raee ll lx-tneen Neierauch.
Captain (laston and floMen Utter. It
18 a qocstloit of catching Galn. lie lias
all Ihc speed, hut may not stay. He will
raid the last eighth troublesome. 5oIden
Glitter will ko mil. hut Neier'uch 11
the one they we to tn-at At 2 to 1 tie
will be a x,cd liet The other races are
too hanl l. forei-ast.
Bettors m m,d It adilable to sen rally
eschew faiurlte and apparent Hure win
ner and try atxl plek n long -hot with a
chance Tom t'rabli looks like a lS-to-1
shot kIk ha a great cliance. while I-arry
Wilt. mmena awl OoMen tl'ltter are
horse wro win Im held at literal prices
and who may win lx not let Crabh slip
at a price lie Is In where he can win If
uc gets away.
itnyriMi aon t-uoici: stuck.
AMIiI Tlijme llliunlllleil nml Iled
fern I'lnol for Miotr Weluht.
Now York. it. Cold, winter
like weather preialled at Ilrlshton Beach
to-day. and rain began railing before tho
last race was run. Four faiorites and two
ecuu cnnit-eii 4livII.l the money.
The Olh.leA O.Lm it. nt in Itostand. tlte
favorite, arter a hard ilrlve through the
stretch. lid Thyme was second. Iwt was
dhMuallfiod for being thrte pourwls slnirt
In weight Redfeni. her rider, lias lined
J3."X Sraraarj .
Firat race, one anl ene-slxteenth mile WoH
na. 147 aUennon). t t I n Peeper W.
IKuIltri. t.. j. ernd I. le Noie. W7 (nlli.
i to I. third Time. II) Ij I lei- Alipan-nt.
(rantytale Hand A na. Dortor Hle.elU T--t.
Null lltanrbe Katbhrtde. C)j-en Elizabeth. Wil
liam 11lnin. I Jara. l'kk K-Lerlft. Zadok
and Hoanxr alo rar Trepan IHI
-ernd race, rix tureflr Mamie Worth, ill
(Hurnsi. : in l won. HlRh Clianeellor. HI
HJ-Nrtl. to H. eeeood. IMtarlta. IW (lllsslnx.
14 t,. 1. thirk Time. 1 -is 3 5 Merry Kasland.
Illrna Auriesvllle. InrinctUe. Akela and Mi
xer Kir also ran
Thlnl race. ix furliniot. handicap Wo Tan.
127 Olleksi titn. won. t-unnjllr. lit (llurn-).
Ho 1 aecond. Hai-o Klnr IS (O Nell. : to 1.
third Time t 13. Autumaster. Mollnov. Mo
ranic. EaphraU. Oatllch. Haranrue and Tom
cot aleo ran.
Fourth race ore mile and on rurtonr, the
Choke Makes-Itostand. ta ((.Moral, a to .
won. Ciloniay. Il (HIckK). IS to 1. eecond. Hold
Hell. IH lUU-hoeui. 41 to 1. third. Time. 1.31
IS Wild Thsme flnlrhed arrond, but waa dls
auaimed for being ehort ot weight
tilth race one mile and one furlonc Dsly
Rteen 14 illlcclnr) 7 to a won. Tribes lltlL
lit allekerlcxi. to i, eecond. uncand. e
dtejr. ml. s to 1. third Time, ui 4-J. stone
wall. Hlu Victor. Anlmcelty. outsider. Allan.
May Worth and Lord Advtjrate also ran.
54.1th race, alx Jrurlorgs Golden Drop. M7
(Fullert I lot wCn. Tot San. ls (U"Nel!). 4
to 1, econd. Woodehade, 4 (Ftaherl. 13 to 1.
third Time. 1 13 : S urtre. JuJre. lionet.
M. Theo. Mneiln. Hob Hun), fchorteake. Ssll
xer Iae. Ituntc. and ban Itemo also ran
TO-DAT-S HKinilTON HEACH KNTIHEa
First race, raaklen I ytar-olds. Bve acd oo
Gay latetto .
Hob Hoy . . ..
Ilrlarthorpe .. .
Golden Mallow .
I'M lteer ..
second tare, chanlell
ly sleerdechaae. handicap.
atjout two are! une-hat
Haron I-exr .
. . 1
Enrlzht and Tm candles. U Mener entry
Third race. Pnvltsre take. six furlongs:
Italn ur Milne .. . I'I.IHcIc Turpia ..
t-talarart IS'tioM Doms ..
Fourth rare. Billow Handicap, ona and o&e
SaUata R Hurstlvarne Ill
DuxerK Bn . .. VT Haly (inis
stamping UrwinI . It" Ijiv Casta !
IllyrU e. . . . S Si H Hell H
Pherlrf l!e . lTl Badge 1
race, selling, oae and one-sixteenth
Hot, lillllard . . . tiavlota H
llllan.I ... . hi Locket Ml
OhMKMia KI3 C4snuDJrum 13
IVnirnJ IW Mary street H
Payne lirly Rve M
Baikal Vs i-wamplanda
Cottage Maid . ...I4C Unmasked V-t
All Q-ld U
Mxtb tace. Hlgh-W eight Handicap, six far
iMnc Henry ... .. Its Asceclon lis
Paul Clifford ..-.. .11 Brlndler 133
Ire Watir .. .. 113 Uonoiraph 1M
Cay Bo ITS Damon 1M
Health H Girdle 1-M
Ing.ld "a Rlsle U 1)
t nmakel i: Contusion 1S
N..rtriern Star .. 134 CTsnmell 146
BRIGHTON BEACH SELECTION.!
New ork. Ot S3. Selections:
lint Hare Alcorxjuln, liar Lethario. Briery.
Stciael Kace JU4lge Phillips. Ten Candles.
Thirl Race Stalwart, Rain or 5hlns. Tur
pln. Fourth Race SherlfT Bell. Hugenla narca.
Stamping rt und
Fifth Race Ssraniplas4s, Unoaskel. riltly
tilth Race Brigadier. Young Henry. Wea:th.
A AJl AT WORTH.
Clalmlns; Assay of Hurses at
Chicago. Oct. S The selling and claim
ing war which has been waged by McCaf
ferty Bros, during tho Worth meeting
broke out afresh to-day and for a time
tiKro nas much changing ot ownership.
When the smuko cleared away J. J Mc
Cufferty led Mtry McCafTerty away for
ll&M. which was SStu aboio her entered
Then W D Ttiyman, former owner of
the filly, retaliated by cltlmlng Stemwlnd
er fmm Fr.?d T Wood for f.vO. dtcm
ivlndcr was entered for Kit.
In the second race 11. T. Grimth's agrnt
bed Mezzo up to tl.U. which was 110
above hrr entered price. After losing Mez
zo, pat Iiunne cammed Ulcnnco from J J.
Gray & Cbu for l.r(.'X She was entered for
There was no feature on tho card at
Worth to-day. It being tho poorest pro
gramme offered during tho three weeks
of racing. WeatLir clear and cold; track
First race, on mlle-t.edu. 3(7 (Terrell), j to
. won. rrasx i . ise ii-oitaai, to z. secrcq;
Pocca. It- HI. lhllll4si It to I. third. Time,
1 11 3 S. Atheola. J J Cnrbett, Hweet Tooth.
Captain llamm. Benson. caMwell. Harvestsr.
Mary Moore. Paul l haley. Icenl and Oscar also
Meeorel race, ooe sn.1 one-sixteenth mile Mex-
37 if thilierl. 13 to 1. uon CWntlce le?
IU Wilson). 4 to t. seeomi. Sarah Maxim. K)
ill Phlllipsi. M tn iv tklnl. Time. 1 7 1-3. Fair
mar Anna, isouncan sin unran also ran.
Third race, six forloncs oubsiltut for rega
Isr race. Je-larfl oSl Mary McOHTertv, Sti il
Wilson). 7 to t. won. PtemclcJ-r. its UL Phil
lips), i to i second. GoolaMn. M lOrrctll. M
to L third Time. 1 11 1-i Benstmharst, Csrd
wellton. Nabockllsh. Chrtsttsa A. Lady Radnor
and Bard Hams also ran.
Fourth race, cne mile and aeveaty yards
Charlie ThGni"n. 13 ll Wlhmn). 3 to 1. win:
Promn. 14 iDavlwoa). 1 to l. second. Alfre-i
C. im l Bonner . Ii.l. third. Time. 1.41 3-i
Attlla. IxHifTllle. Bard cf Aios. Alee and ex.
htsnonlan abo ran.
Klflh rare, selling-, seven farlonrs MansaM.
K (Ferrell). 13 t . won: Kxamlner. IM III
Phlllipsi. 3 to I secund. Muni. SI ( Bonner),
3 to L third. Time. IS :l coruscatr. Waln
a Motneti. (faUthee. Whisky Rlag and Hob Fer
rell also ran.
rtxth tact, six farlMtgs La chspfone. C
(Hooker). 30 to I. won. Kalpn Young. M IU
Wilson) 3 to H recurel: Insu-ument. 10t (I"ol
laki. 3)l(i t third. Time, t 14 3 3 Midler ef
FixTtune SaMied am. out was divjuallflcd for
fouling LoU Krrft, Annora J . Carmettta.
Coroner Kelly Trapsetter and Plea also ran.
TO-DAY- WORTH ENTRIES.
First race, sewn furlongs, rellirg:
Antoles . . .
IOC ' lloresun . .. .
rKJid race. Itie furloecs HHw::
Blr Ben IICat4we4ltoB . . . .M
Uaht Hunt .MS j KesMnlwiat . . Ml
Nsbeckttah lMTor JoftBssn . . ISO
Oult II .. rj 1 Filly Deck H
lJMlls IVsaner . ? Lowty M
Never Pre . Mil
race. Fort Dearborn Handicap, see
GMn Rule ....
Ostoola! Girl . .
Schwalb . .. .
lltlGregor K. MS
I Kaow .. im
Peeloe Stephens . .. si
The Dsn ho
Fourth race, oae and oiw-sliteeath mile, han
dicap Incubator ...
Ha I IJU Riley ..
15 jt Tammanr
IM I Bonds re . .
"it Unaltsbter .
' 3 1 LnurevlB.
34aXr Tenay and Byways. HUrtr'th entry
Firth race, five and tjie-half fnrlongs:
Cltttoa Krxge -HJ Ckaagor hs
lulnlsnd til Prince Stiver
Witchcraft . .. 1JJ Wlnrs JH
Orderlr -S Rut Kllsworth . .. i
The llebrsx . ! Will a-n Wright .133
Ananias . Itl
Sixth race, one and one-half mile, selling:
Brief .. ..
H" I Lady Chymter
ChliMgo. Oct 33. -Select Ions-
First Race Ileorr McDaalel. Aside.
Second llaceLnolj Warner. Big Bea. Na-
Third Itaee OoMen Rule. ColonUI GlrL Oreg
orK Fourth Hare IIIMr.lh entry. IiralKhter.
. Klflh ILirc-Oirton Forze. ltainMml. Tta He
brew Mith lUce-Brief. lineal. Tancred.
l.tTHMl THfK tll'KNS TO-1I1V.
John lerkea Sleeta IHIee In the To
Cincinnati. O. Oct. 3 Wltheiery pros
pect of the best meeting cier held here,
the I Jlonla Jockey Club tieglnn to-morrow
for tnenty-nlne days, the meeting closing
Seven slak.s. W(ili lCtrt ndilfd. will lw
decMed. There are a dozen oier-nlght
handicap, with atWci. and the li-rjtl
condition and selling eient. The Indica
tions are for a good track and fine
First reee. x furlenas
Tam Ofhantr SIiTaxman 1
Doctor Sturky . KlMl.i Mae ly h
Hrd lUtra ..1 1 (iirl Kahler US
Tri Curl M3 Dtek WeJIei . .. Ill
Second race, one, arel ear-elahth mile:
John J Began
Bannle Hurk .
. il.Aifrlanta UK
. ' ttlliil . ..Iwt
73 Mueeetn . 104
S chlkad . M7
31 , Colon H Anderson . W7
Third rare. Bie and one-halt furloagp.
Apple . . .
Oudon . .
Ijangfold James .. Ml
CotjuRKMloro . . . M7
Huckleberry Finn ..HT
Fourth race, on- mile. Tobacco Mrakea.
Kthel lheat .. ,
Hlle ... . ... !
. Ml Flora Wlttoughby . IX
Fifth tare, nve-elghths cf a mile:
. K4Kleatea 190
M mil Flelschmasn 1M
HM'llay c&mta M7
14 Uallla . . ... lis
11 Lyrist 110
Hath race, teien-eighths ot a mile, selling:
kasy lra4le . I Amorous . . .1
OaU Water . M , Bob Franklin ... 100
Kanctlsslma .. . . 7 Jake Oteenbsrg . 1
The Boer 7 American Olrl 146
t-leuron 97 Dasa Mommtra ... W3
tchel 37 Taxman Its
on the Quiet M4
Cincinnati. O, Oct. H -Stlsetlons:
l.-Jlr,, Hee-Dkk Welles. Mlas Mas Day. Karl
geeond RaeeJohn J Regan, Adelantt. Briers.
Third luee-lluckleberry Finn. Marshal Ney.
FVurth rUce-John Terkes. IHIee, Kthsl
Fifth rtaeu Mlis Flefchmann. Oatea. Ljr sb
With Race Dave Sonuners. The Boer. Jaks
GALE PREVENTS EFFORT
TO BEAT TROTTING RECORD.
Lou Dillon May Try Again To-Day
mt Memphis Track Exciting; Fin
ish Seen In 2iOtt Pnce.
Memphis, Tenn.. Oct. a. On account of
untoward weather conditions. Ix)u Dillon
C.-Wj did not attempt to lower her record
to-day, and tho attempts were postponed
The weather was raw and cold, and a
strong wind, amounting almost to a gale,
blew directly down the back stretch.
Axdeught. the strong faiorite in the 2:15
trot, had no trouble In disposing of Turley,
ami won In straight heats.
The 2J0 trot developed an odls-on favor
ite in Jay McGregor. Hudson took him to
the front at the start In both heats and
tho horse was never headed.
Directum Miller was played all over the
ring to win the 2 15 pace. He finished
fourth in the first heat, but won the suc
ceeding two In easy fashion.
The most exciting finish of the day wis
In the 2-t pace, one dash. Clipper and
Foxy Curd fought for the mastery down
the stretch, and only the Judges could
separata them, the former winning by the
narrowest of margins. Summary.
3:U trot, purse ll.fXO:
Axdellght. ca. g. by Axtell-Deught
Mlesi 1 1
Turley. b g i Madison) S3
Itllanl Panders, b. r (Merritleld) 3
Austin Boy. b g (McCarthy) 3 I
Hugh Wynne, b g (McCoy) I 4
Bonner, b. r (Sherman). g dj
2:30 trot. rurs 13.1100?
Jay McGregor, b. h.. by Jar Itasrkcr
Notra llarr. (Hudson) 1
Judge. Greene, b g. (Walker) .. 3
Kinney Lixj. blk. m. (DoMe) 2
Cole Direct, blk. m. (Geers)
I.2S pace purse 31.)
Directum Miller. Lr h.. by Dlrectoa
Mar Day 4 1
Lilly Salt. b. m. (Hate;i 1 g
Klhel Me, b. m. (McCarthy) g 3
Argus Pointer, h g (MePherscn) 3 3
Mary Gordon, br. m. (Hadson) 3 4
NathalU Brown, rh m. (Bet!) da
Time :.lla. 1.0. ZM'i
: care, mil dssh. purse 1404:
Clipper, b. g. by Diablo (Thompson)
rosy ijriz. or m. (near . ................ ....
Uuote. hi tn. (.V. McDocalJ)
Wagon race, trotting, amatenr drtrars:
Walter fralth. bg.br Buffalo Wilkes
(Ievrreux) 3 1
Charlln Mac. blk g Uoats) 1 :
Pug. gr r (Smathers) j j
Time 3.174. 3 14U. 3:14.
Half-mile itash. racier, amateur drivers:
John M . blk. g br Parts (Mr Smathers) ..
ureenune. d g. tur. uiuugs)
2VO EVnt-lXCE FEE FOR STAKES.
Hot Spring Jockey Club Annonncea
Hot Springs. Ark.. Oct. 23. The Hot
Springs Jockey Club management has de
cided to take the entrance fee oft Its
stakes, which close November It
The stakes are as follows-
The Hot Springs Inaugural, for 3-year-olds
and upward. ISO to start. II h adjed. one mile.
The Eastman Hotel .elllna Stakes, for 1-year-olcs
and upward, ti. to start. 11.000 adJed.
The l-ark Hotel Stakes, for 3-vear-eMs, JS
to atari. 3I.CM) added, seven furlong.
The Arlington Hotel belling HtaXet. ftr 3
year oMs and up. Its to surt. SLOW added, mile
are, a si&tei4iii.
The Choctaw llandkap. for 3-rear-oMs and
urward. 33 to start. 11.CCO added, one rails
The Malestle Hotel Handicap, fcr J-yeaM'ds
and lp. S3S to start. Sl.VD added. Ct and cne
The Hitchcock steeplechase, for 3-vear-oMi
and up. IS to start. 11.0-0 added, full coarse,
Th Jefferson Iavls stakes, for 3 yesr-cl-la.
IS, to start. ll.u aded. four furhmga.
Tee Iron Mountain sviltnr Stakes, for J.ytar
olde. 13 to start, tl.1,0 added, cm mile
The ijs.le Sukrs. for 3-year-old miles. 3S
to start. ll.s aditeit. four furlongs.
The Arkansas Handicap, for 3-year-olds and
dp CS to start. 31,0.') added, oae mile anil a
The Hot Springs Derby, for l-yrar-olda. 3
to start. 13.ej added, one mile and oacelghtb.
The Farewell Selling Stake, for 3-year-oida
end up. 33S to start, 11.0O added, eat mile and
wiiitev gets wonuiicny rimi.
Horseman Will Itemnve All Ills
Stock to Kentucky Place.
Lexington. Ky Oct. 2X It was an
nounced this afternoon that William C
Whitney, the millionaire New Tork turf
man, had closed a lease from A. J. Alex
ander for ten years for 1.COJ acres of the
Woodburn farm, and that he will remove
all the horses at the Labelle Stud, as well
ai hU English stock to Woodburn.
W. C A. HOARD MEETING.
Women Prominent In Charity Work
Will Gather Here Sext Week.
More than sixty dekgates from all parts
of this country and from several foreign
nations haie signified their intentions of
attending the meeting ot the International
Board of the Women's and Young Men's
Christian Association, which will begin
here Wednesday and last a week.
The first day's sessions will take place
In the Women a Christian Home. No. lSH
Washington avenue, in the afternoon ot
that day the Slate Board, ot which Mrs.
C C Kalnwatrr Is chairman, will have
Its annual meeting in the same place.
Thursday the comentton Is to aseemble
In Cen cnary church and sessions win be
held thete eiery day until the end ot the
The International Board supervises more
than thirty department of active Chris
tian work, and has under its care Insti
tutions for the aged, the blind, hospitals,
orphan asylums and homes for the desti
tute. The president of the board, who will
preside at the meetings here. Is Mrs. W.
S. Stewart of Philadelphia. The other of
ficers are first xlce president, Mrs. R. A.
Dorman. New York: second vice crest-
dent. Mrs. J. II. Winters, Dayton, 0.:
third vice president. Mr. Finis P. Ernnt
1 es Hss.ru. Colo.: co rrc ponding taezttazr. ,
Mlas Emily II. Stenart. Baltimore, record
ing secretary. Mrs " Shaier. I'llcJ.
N Y . assistant setretary. Miss Emily
Hurgin. Philadelphia, treasurer. Mrs.
Cornelius 3. Van Wagoner
The otBeerx am! delegate are women
prominent In rlulw ami harlty urganlza
tlonn. ami their board Is one e-tabllslwd
on a Hrtn basis.
Chun h flenomlnatlons f tlw city will
proihle lunchHn ea-h ilav for the dele
gatesi The order follow Wwlnesilay.
Episcopal. Thurday. Presbyterian: Fri
day. Itaptlst. Satun(a. Mithwllst; Man
da). Chrtnilsn and Lutheran, and Tues
LINE-UPS ANNOUNCED FOR
Chlrnco Team Probably Will rrlve
Till Hienlnc nml Will Piny nt
the ". II. C. rampns.
IJne-ups liaie been announced for the
game or tacrwao schetluleI for the Chris
tian Brothers campus to-morrow after
noon, the Chicago team hailnp- rjrwarded
Its llat to charliea T. Noble or the local
team. The visitors probably will get here
G A Wats.ni has been chosen os ref
eree, ami will tiffltlate at what Is probably
the first regulation game of lacrosse eier
plaied htre The local team 1 compoaeil
of amateurs, many of whom oro well
known In local athb-tlc circles.
One of the St Iuis men. who has often
apiieand on the fiw.tl..ill Held, la Harry
Klek y. a former Ht Loufct I'nlicrsity man.
Twtlie men play on a team, and the
game H contette'l on a field 12 yant
long, t barging an opponent Is allow, d
when vlthin elx feet of tho hall. o inter
ference 11 uveii4nl. as m football.
Tho Ilni-up to-raorroiv ls giien below.
Tho game is ssheduled for 2- u m
.. G4i Doctor II baker
..1-o.nt .. . p Tktney
il,ier jwlnt . T Cm.n
Mrst Ceiense ,N. liisiioa
. second aeicnse W. IA Bi-c
.. Tntid deiense .11. J4u.i.gan
....ceaier G Uaulett
..Ihnd home 31. J. Lunnelly
evond home P HMbrt4.K
Mrst hiime .c. J. lKnneu
Outslile home . . C Moirroa
Hutse home .. ..O. WihsI
1-teM captain O Gaueun
Imulre . .F )tub.Mze
IVatsun. Ksttas J Por.ruw,
B. llebatsr. T. IV Partridge.
W IL Gibson
Wra. Ilvwell ..
It. C Passftmre
II. li 3iuip.y
It. I ennlst n
11 J Kim
C T Noble
Referee G A
Josh Louis. W.
WHITE SEALS S. ALTOX IILCES.
Pennant Winners Will Piny Local
Champions nt Kiiluge Park.
The While Seals will iday the Alton
Blues of Alton. Ill , the champions of the
Trolley League, to-morrow afternoon at
Kulage Park, Ieo and Newitead avenues.
The managers of both teams have been
trying t anunge this match for some
tlmtt and a hot gnmo is looked for. P. J
I,Lnra .W."L ?? b". ll" to tor ho Seal-.
i.hlIo Uefleld. the Alton southpaw, will
fJ!? f,or ?'" u.am- -"" teams will haie
tho following players In line:
White Seal" Poaltlon.
... ...hlanif n
..... . Burg
.. .. Murphy
. . Catcher
First bass .
Second bass .
. Third base
Lett (Veld ...
Right field ..
3II3SOIHI TIGERS DOW5ED AGAI.V.
Simpson Boys Whitewash Columbia
learn 1 to O.
Columbia. Mo . Oct. 23.-B- a score of 12
to 0 Simpson this afternoon defeated tho
Missouri Tigers. The feature of tho game
was a sixty-flve-yard run to Missouri's
one-yard lino by I'opo of Simpson la a
fake delayed pass.
In the first half neither side scored and
most or the game was played in Simpson's
territory Simpson tried to kick goal from
--. m Vb.
'le aiZZ?! nr.'
W9ITC If Unable to
V.. Slilll S. tcur mv.
... I t -..e,,, v- . Z- .. . vi. iww, 4iiiun la ine most aoo
ir, . , a - JH,?iw,,.n to mllcal science. All correspondence Is conadentlsj.
IIcurs-9 a. in. to I p. tx Scndara. 3 a. m. to 1 n. to. Cbnsultatlcn and eiiAiMtinS eiir
DBS. FRANCIS & FBAHC1S. fPJBg jfc &
THE ORIGIN, STAGES, DEATH-DEALING COURSE AND CERTAIN CURE FOR
My Serum Spcclflo Treatment for niood Poison Is the only remedr
knotvn to nbaolulely cure the diarase, removing: every trace of i,oilo
on, tnlnt and rebuilding; the entire sy.tem tr.tn, the damping? bu t
EZSTnirt.1 re.'Sealth". ' "" ",h fl"h' n?w nlon'evv
BssssssssL t asssssssaf
CII S. A. Dl'FF, 31. D.
the addition of soand. bealthv flesh:
his burden of disease Is lifted. It drives the
pains are no more.
f0riPel.VAO,.!s',CeJrJr,'Jh?eU,'lm,., ier.'K; - wri,,,a "aate. to refond every Ilr J14
Vrftirl tufir- ie5'nil-.,l.mMiJin,rvdo P01 receive a complets. nfe-long cur. ,na
1?' ,i?i.mJi?.?.!,5K.B- t. United SUtes'Trun Co.
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lfrZS!MlifZ?r2?2t.t?J?tJt? nTnlence of any one applying for treatment, and
CIIA.1. A. IllFF. 31. D 8IO Olive Street". St. Louis, 3Io.
- j y
ric.lhlTrrTctV,BUtttr'!6yl"' OU,k9 B i,UT la "nnSUz" VT-
is. iv.wor. oroadway and Market Streets. St Lonls, Mo
field, but failed. The Imlf ended with the
ball In Missouri's poem sshmi on Simpson's
In the secoii 1 hilf Simison got the ball
on a fumble on Missouri 1 twenty-flve-yanl
line anil put the boll 01 er for a touch
down In the tlrst file minutco of the half.
Three times during the ectmit half Mis
souri had th tall on Simpson's ten-yard
Iln-. but each time was held for downs.
Missouri position simnson.
Myers Fraaler . (Vnter I II I'lcklng
Htenger ltlcht giarl. Reynold
Haggard Illrht tackle Kenrejgi
11 Andersfi . . Right end 4afB
lloC .. I-ft guiir.l J 'VsoB
Dall !ft tarkle 4jB
Crons i-tt end
Blliey . ouarter hark IvTiTi
Wnlff . ltlcht half birk Trues-o:t
Mcbols Anderson. Ie-rt bait bick Mann
Ananxsa . Fu'l buck lleaier
Halves Thirty minutes Ottir als Mr .Vail ct
Iowa. or.net t or St Ixuj svore, 1: to 0.
AMO-iG THE i:-TKKN ELEVENS.
Harvard Has I.ltrht I'rnetlce Ynlo
Meets West Point To-IIny.
CambrWge. Mass.. Oct 22. Harvard had
very right practice this afternoon. It was
open pnctlee. ami a large crowd of stu
dents went down ! the Held, but saw very
little actual football.
The 'iarlt subs lined up against the
tsr-onl anil wvrnl once, but the regular
"larsity dkl nothing but signal work. Har
nnl expects, a hard game tilth Brown to
morrow afternoon, the more so, as very
fen of the Crimen men are In good con
dition, a n.l It nlll probably bo necessary
to play sel-ral substitutes
YALE MEETS WEST POINT
New Haven. Conn . Oct. 23. Yale --4"3
play tho lrt out-of-town game ot tPis
schedule to-morrow at West Point Sev
eral hundred men wilt go to West Iolnt In
the morning and nearlv b) went to Nee
lork to-night with the tlrst sviuad of about
Kinney was not able to run to-day. and
Fheilln did not dress for practice at all
Hocan. Rockwell and Roraback may not
pljy through the game If It proves ardu-
I'r-ictlce to-lay for the 'varsity eleven
consisted in tuning up at opposite ends of
the tleiii as nt kick-off. and running
through the protective formations for
uh.tier caught the ball to run it back.
."VOT IRI.EH TO DO HIS DEST.
Dnn Patch's Owner Snys Pacer Can
Go Mile In liSS.
p.nrrBMc spfi-i li
st I-aul Minn . lct 22 W M. Savage,
owner of Dan Patch, who broke tho book
ies tin the Memphis track and estab'lsbed
a new world's record. Is confident that tho
big pacer has not even j et shown his best
speed and can lotior even 1-J4U. Mr Sav
age said to-day of Dan's summer pacing:
"Dan Patch had not been urged to m
his very best by Mr McIIenry In Wis
trial") against time this summer, and I
knew th.tt once he was called upon to On
1J7 he would make good. When It was
definitely settled that Dan would start at
Memphis. I told Mr. Mcllenry to go tho
limit, and while 1.36'i it good enough Just
at present. I am confident that the stal
lion will eclipse this mark If ever called
upon to do so
"How fast can he go? I don't know.
He is a wonder for sneed and seems to
have a tremendous reserve that has even
astonished me, and I have of course stud
led his work more closely than any oat
elso. All I can say Is that he is an ex
ceedingly fast horse. I am often Inclined
to think he can go In 1:55. I really think
he ran make that mark yet.
"I am not planning on any more record
breaking, but when the time comes tho
stallion will show all that la required.
Mcllenry will tell you the same thing.
Mr. Saiage say a Dan Patch will be ship
ped to Minneapolis at the close ot the
season for the winter.
Relnhart and Chick Meet In Finals.
Garden City. L. I.. Oct 33. At the conetus
ot to-day's play la tho Intercollegiate Golf,.
snniatlon'a annual tournament on tba Ga
is, rinks onl two of the thlrtv-three
lerfans who atarted la the contest for tha In
dividual championship, wa left In tha race
Tho survivors are: max y. tteinnart or
Princeton and W. C Chick of Harvard, and
they will meet to-morrow In the final round
of thlrty-slx ho! to decide who shall havs
the honor which waa won last year by II.
in nun hcct niuniUTCC
IS OUR BEST GUARANTEE.
.7rr w' to talk or writ to every sufferer from VARICOCELE.
nTi llCTunE- RITTCHE, BLOOD POISO.V. SERVOCS DE
IIILITY and allied weaknesses or diseases peculiar to men. la lis
lS7e.f J" "al'dles we acknowledge no superior: ws can glTSj
fn triSri,?alf-k,'?,'.'',.a?t nJ "''M eure obtalrabl. Yean, of prattle
"JLST-V,0 -iIOMJ. MilUOt'S. BLOOD and SPECIAL Sls-
hr'Jl ,n H ""y advantages over family physicians Ws have cured
nou'indj of weak broksnowa. dlscouiaged men. We can do tns
iSST... Jro? Perfect confidence In our ability to curs every aufferar
11KISJ 'iLe VJ0. m'B "l generooe offer of par when cured. Invss-!-,..t
7jr2"L.,rUnic elsewhere Wa offer you something different and
Krr.i!30?.f.ra.5un,llve treatment than can be obtained elsewhere,
liin-i".-- IJf.b' n"3 seo your health menaced and your manhood
Iti 5rS,Sr,rwn'2.WB wl" guarantee you a Intlnr curs and rsstor
atK n under the above lair terms W rite to-day.
tatle Affecttcas. Eczema, pronaals and all Chronic Skin Diseases.
'"reared. Hydrocele. Kldn'r. Bladder and Pros-
call, sivtnr a ml! deao,,!. Af w...
mnl- i-l. tT . e . . . .
My method cf raring blood polen Is by a Pr)4?cua
Srum that I Introduce Into the blood by subcuUneous
injection (hypodermic; and Internally, and br Its antagoa
!im i.i,ne T,rn-'of 1I?1 Poison the taint la ejected from,
the body, as well as the counteraction and removal et I
mercury and potash poisoning. My serum treatment ra-1 -organises
the corpescfe, Pe tn- bloSd. dlsorganlies. niu-W
trallies and expels all twtwa from the istethrodgh tha ill
same ducts that carry off all effete matter. The eorpSelsSlf
are renewed sr th fresh, pure blrwd. which supplies tho tls-
L?tiliil4"?.u"d ,,h tn.,,rf. hu,na,, organism: w tha? ti.
whole bodr Is restoeed to Its normal slxe. strength and
J?? ,2..Sf.I,.mnfff',Jirf,,'r "ce of the "llabll
Itr that I claim for Hpectflc serum than the many I havs
SEiSJV' .,i.',nl.tifV, '' ""eld of hJoS potU5
1S2Z: ,t2L-.?Jf'.ht,'lT l eyebrows, or soms vital
2SE; .mr...taIS "511-. aPParentlr doomed: and
",.fc.JTJnf.n.,.h"t,r Venning my coarse of trsat
? ?rlS?iJT.'nt''T,T-TOrd- robust and healthy, stithoat
rL-,Ie 5UJIreruri1n " tlm-- Tb" positive sf.
tT,r .SZ??T. Berum are notices bU immediately, as ths
if.rK!Sne!i,IW -T0. I" "sffestatlons of the dlseaaa
sK'tlT;, .S: ",.'a.J'tai '? J""T?" m weight by
poison oat ef ths bones so that alt mrh.. and
Pouth Side ef P O.
BE PAID UNTIL CURED
Trustworthy, Reliable, Competent.
Our Methods of Treatment Over
come tho Worst Cases of Neglect,
Mistreatment and All Disorders.
WEAK man need not bs weak. It Is his
ojn fault If ho remains so. Dr Meyers A
CO. have cured thousands, are curing them
every day. Kindly remember that ours Is ths
iMucsi ana most rriuhie in.titute in tn
country for the treatment of diseases peculiar
A man ts naturally suspicious of those phy
sicians who make bold to p-omlse everything.
The thoughtful, conscientious physician, re
alising the complexity of roan s dfeeases. Is
most guarded In his promises Lok'ng over
tha past and at the prisent. we find that the
physicians whose promises are the greatest
invariably havo the smallest nractlce. Our
promises are to slve you thorough, honest
iivaiiceni wnn ic- cwmi. nwucin inu ecicu-
. close students in an the latest med-
A tb0RmI!, mcaxcil Jaca,1,n ttl "
kidn.T cr ht-Jdtr troubl... har- tou wtak-
-.;.. . .. - m- aa
CTjraiaiiT iiitiio you 10 trail ana trt" lava;
st our time, wn d: Yoar iiir wiii
not DroffM to he Infallible. e. or no cta.tr
lacurabl - i we frankly tell you so. In fact.