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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1902.
WE CURE VARICOCELE
Johnny Corbett and Newhouse
Like McGovern's Chances.
Doctor Kessler Makes Good
Pistol Score at Fifty Yards.
Peaceful Won Labor Day
Handicap at Delmar Track.
... .,- - -. r--" -i'.'?'SE
PEACEFUL WAS FIRST
IN LABOR DAY STAKE,
Arnold & Co. Won the Big Delmar
Event With the Fast Son of
St. Florian Serene.
SCHWALBE MADE TO GIVE WAY.
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
DELMAR PARK JOCKEY CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING-Septeraber 1. First Day.
Judge. P. A. Brady; Starter. A. B. Dade. Weather cloudy; track fast.
A.-1A. First race, purse SW). for 3-year-olds and upward, one mile and three-ilr
Flflh race, six fot Ion gs :
Christine A 187
Judge Voorbee. 197
Full Dk 10
Jane Oaker 11)
Free Coinage IT)...
fa Ghor i
Utile T. Tucker (4)
west Baden (3)...
Sara-amp (4) ....
Parole d'Or (7)....
Wt. S. K H S S.
S3 2 Ink 34 2' 1
102 I Hi Vt S'4 5
107 J 4' 2nk Jh 2'
104 7 I 6 6
113 C Ink 4 41 4h
104 1 14 1' :no '
104 S J 7" 7" -
107 4 H " '
F. I Jockeys.
i C Bonner...
znolJ. Wright ..
If. W. II. Wood
Open Om PL
4 4 1
10 S 1
10 II S
j - t-s
110 S) $
3 7-1 C-i
6 7 S-2
11 IS (
Weight and a Hot Struggle With
Helen Print Stopped Mr.
Schrciber's Filly Shelly
Beat a Good Field.
Peaceful, the bay gelding by St Florian
Serene, owned by E. J. Arnold & Co.. won
the Labor Day Handicap, value $2,200. at
Delmar yesterday. The tl- bay won easi
ly from Edgardo, 20 to 1. Alice? Turner. 10
to 1, and Schwalbe. 2 to 1. 'With his stable
companion, Felix Bard who waa eared up
when his rider said Peaceful could win he
was held at 3 to 1 In the betting
The time for the mile and seventy yards,
1:4$, was good, condition of the track con
sidered. .. . ,, .
It waa a good start. Schwalbe and Helen
Print at once shot to the front, nttended
by Peaceful. Then came Edgardo. Lunar
nd Blue Mint, with Wax Taper showing
unusual early speed under Beauchamp a
At the half-mile the order was un
changed, save that Dean took Schwalbo
back a bit and let Helen Print set the
pace. At the three-eighths Schwalbe made
her move. Helen Print was tiring, but
when Schwalbe challenged she hung on
Kamely and gave the Scnreiber filly a deal
of trouble to the stretch entry.
Peaceful fell back a bit when Schwalbe
began her run, and it seemed that the
Scnreiber trick would win. At the stretch
entry, however. Battlste gae Peaceful his
head. He came on with a rush. Then
Dean called upon Schwalbe. She did her
best, but Helen Print's dogged persistency
end the weight she carried proved too much
fop the little filly. For the first time In
five races she was forced to give way.
Peaceful came on and won easily.
Edgardo. well ridden, came with a ruin
n the rail and was second. Alice Turner,
off badly, and much Interfered with, fin
ished up with a great burst of speed and
was third. Schwalbe faded to fourth place.
Blue Mint ran a good race In fifth position.
Lunar, given a bungling ride by Miller,
was sixth. Wax Taper was evidently short.
He had fine early speed, looked well and
ran well as far as he went. He Is high in
fiesb and evidently In need or work.
To-Day ' Delmar Entries.
First race, selling, six furlongs:
Second race, purse $500. for 3-year-olds and upward, fix furlongs
K S. F. Jockeys. Open Close It
' 5" lno Scully 3 IS .
'., , T. Dean .... . . --
HO Carrie Hope (3)... S7 4 C 54 3"i ".- C Bonner .. IJ .0 10
39 Henclst (4) 101 Sh C4 4n 4 Itanaume .... IS J
411 Peter Durvra 45).. 104 7 7' 7 &S Ratlin. 3 3 1
MS Fred Hesaig (4)... loO 2 : 2 ' ' Miller .... . . J-f
John Ruskln (41... 106 I 4' 4' '4 Otis 3-2 --1 4-i
Merry Water (4).. 100 10 V S" " - J. 0"Cunnor. SO 1;
26S- WaLan ) S 1 10 19 1 ,S fay-Xf. S S &
Anvdla Hay (5.... si 3 ' - h 10 II. Gllmore.. W M
Start rood. Won drlrtnc; aocend eas4lr. Winner. F. Walboufer" ch. r. . Doctor Hatbroack
Carers. Aransas, o3 well In his ntrlde. waa lt ridden anil wore Mona down in ibe stretch run.
l!ona had speed, hunr en well and rnlsht hare vran had Dean been a little more enerreile at the
nnlih. Came ran an improred race under a cood ride, but was stbppin-r at the end. lie-iai't Im
proted: closed fast. Duryea was tery sore and ran a bad race. Heasb; was short and aiopped.
Time :13, 34. :J7. :0i, 11U. I:B4.
Third race, purse COO. for 2-year-olds, five and one-half furlongs:
1W1I1 SheUr ..
!Clate Hell ...
Flora Levy .
Wt. S. K
in' 1 J 3'
112 J mo
no 7 l'
104 S t
107 2 2no
117 4 4'
If- I ....
T. Walsh ...
T. Dean ...
I-S jTi Tio
7-2 S 2
3 S-2 g-J
t i 2
10 30 10
3 IS 6
IS W IS
Start cood. Won easily; second same. Winner. J. ArnolJ & Co.' ch. c. 2. AIbert-Su!e las
ley. Fhelly. well ridden, was best. Pourquol Iaaran to the malk. Makda was irolr.x well when
the was cut off and thrown off hr stride. She clowt fast, but could scarce have won. Mies Eon
ran a cood race from where ahe tot off. Knickerbocker le a bad worker and wants to tie raced
to be In to her best form. Sanctljslmn did not show any of her usual rpeed.
Time ill, :243i. :27. :484. 13. 1:094.
AJQ Fourth race, the Labor Day Handicap, value $2,200. for 2-year-olds and upward
vlijy one mile and seventy yards:
Ind. I HORSES. jWt. S. U 4 4 S. F. I lockeya.
OS iPeaceful IS) fTl4 B 3h 3 T V 1'4'Hattllt .....
CJS tEdKardo IS) I SJ 1 S'H C 4 4 P 'Iaae
ST Alice Turne- IS)... 103 3 11 r Z"i S1 3no . llcnncr ..
433 Srhwalbe (J 107 4 2 Tl lh 14 4nk T. Dean ....
CJ4 lUlue Stint IJ) SO 2 S4 no V ' Scu'Iy
K4 llAinir IS) 100 Sr.o V V 7 J. MUer ...
91 Itelen Print IS).... 35 7 lno 1"4 2" 21 7 txjuden
EX iKltty Clyde IS... 104 S Ch 7 Snk '4 h OtU
f Irellx IUrd (Si :i; 11 10 10" " f T. WaUh ..
IS IWax Taper IS).... lot 4nk 4nk P 10" 10 IWuchtrcp .
2J JDandy Jim (4) SJ U 7nk' 11 It 11 11 Hannre
C2S Nellie lwn.....
75 Roe of R-d.....
171 W. L. Geore...
OS Doctor Sell tff..
K4 'Uarklylte ..,...
IT'S Iu Hasl.. .. J05
CT7 satchel ,
3CS SIlu Dora....
Ill Uzht Hunt..
(S3 1-almette ...
Second race, purse. 3-ycar-olda. Are fnrloPirs:
.... Mallvert US Sat Dr. Kammerer..ll
C1J Doc Mayer IH U7 Floyd K. Ill
C2S Joqulta US .'. Hetrel Ill
CIS Sid Sliver IIS Ki Jean Gravier....US
fl Hyland H
Third race, purse,
2-year-olds, six and a bait
la Two Lick 10S I SSS Pickles 110
607 A LArk 1"S CSS Wolfram 10)
60S Mudlavla 100 1
Fourth race, purse, six furlongs:
Ml Ethylene mi 4S7 Ed L. 10
teas) Hllee !'; 1 ll Van Uoorebeke.lOS
C14 Hummer 103 I
Fifth race, selling, one mile and sertnty yards:
C41 Guide Koclc...l'H S 'Dutch Carter... SI
33)Flop tl C7 'Ida Ldford S
463 Arolxari 101 S3S El CanT 10C
CSS The Meesenrr..l"3 MI 'Nettle Rer-nt.. 9
Sixth race, selling, one mile and an eighth:
(SSI Tabr To-a.,
83 1 at Ilenaal ..
Apprentice allowance claimed.
To-Day'a nepobllc Selections.
First Race W. L. George, Doctor Scharff. Le
gatlos. Second Race II land. Sid Rllrer. Floyd K.
Third Race Wolfran. Plrkle-. A Lurk.
Fourth Race Hummer. Ethelyne Hllee.
Fifth Race Ida Ledtord. Nettle Hegent. Flop.
Sixth Race Bacchtu. Hucena. Taby Toss.
VES8ELLY EASILT HEATS SCHOLES.
Dauntless Club Hrrnlta 3111c Courae.
Itepord a Harlem ReKatta.
New Torlc Sept. L Louis Scholes, the
Toronto Rowing Club crack, was beaten to
u standstill by Frank Vesselly of the Bo
hemian Boat Club, at the thirteenth annual
regatta, of the Middle States Regatta, As
sociation on the Harlem River to-day.
SCTVnLLAVT BROKE THE RECORD.
Ran Mtlo and Three-Slxf e-e-ntbs la
ltS7S-ti at Harlem.
Chicago, Sept. X A new world's record
for running horses was set at Harlem to
day, when Sclntlllant won the Twentieth
Century Handicap, at a mile and three
elxtecnths. In 1:57 2-5.
The previous record for the distance was
1:5SV. and was made by Boanarges at
Washington Park, July 7, 1SS3. Sclntlllant,
carrying 103 pounds won In a gallop by four
lengths; Jlmlnez, an added starter, being
second, a length and a half in front of
Scarlet Lily. Nine horses went to the post,
with the Hlldreth entry, McChesney and
Searcher, favorite at S to S.
First race, alx furlcnirs BC Cuthbert. 104 (Trea
nor), IS to 2, wen: rEtienne, 105 IBlrkennnhl,
I lot second; Vyra. in (Hoar), 17 to 2, third.
Time. 1:12 3-3. Emma R.. Carl Kahler. Miracle
II and Semi Colon also ran.
Second race, fire furlongs Gypiene, 10S (Helget
son), a to 10. won: Watoma. lot iWlnkueld). 4
to i, seeoad: Blue Miracle. 1113 (Seatou). IS to 1,
third. Time. ISO 2-S. Belle Oraham. Kite Star,
Hickory Comers and Prodigal Son also ran.
Third race, steeplechase, short course Dagtnar,
137 (Downs), 10 to 1. won; Old Fox. 13 IH. S.
Wilson). I to 1 second: Mystic Shrlner. 1SS
(McAullfTe). (loL third. Time. t-Jl 3-3. Bristol
and Le Moon also ran.
Lord Farsndole threw rider, end Meddler broke
-Fourth race, the Twentieth Century Handicap,
mile and three-sixteenths Sclntllatnt. 109 (Wlnk
fleld). 7 to 1. won: Jlmlnez. IK (Blrkenruth). 11
to 1. second: Scarlet Lily. 97 (Helgerson). 10 to
1. third. Time. 1:57 2-S. Pink Coat. McChesney,
Pearcner. lltmter Ralne, Nitrate and Joe Frey
finished as named. '
Fifth Tace. mile Rose Tree. M Oleljerscm). 3
to 1, won; Toah. S (O. Walsh), t to s. second;
Alard. SS (Donnelly). 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:38 2-S.
Doctor Stephens and Harlland also ran.
RrxUi race, six furlongs Bnmie Buaton. 103
(Ooburn), 6 to S, won Federal. 103 (Buchanan),.
X to 1. second: Brnlare. 109 (Ransch). 6 to 1.
thtri Time. 112 4-S. Moneymusa. Little Jack
Horner. John D.. Tea Rose II and Candidate also
Seventh race, mile and a sixteenth Frank M..
103 (Robblns). I to 1. won; Scotch Plaid. 197
IMIrkeriruth). 3 to 1. second; Lady Chorister. 104
(Ransch). 12 to 1. third. Time. 1:4C J-S. (Marias.
Red Apple. Donator. Lakevlcw Belle. Rarens
trury. Essence. Toottah and Red Tip also ran.
To-Day'a Hnrlem Entries.
Following ore the Harlem entiles for to-day:
FTral race. 2-year-dds. lira furlongs:
Start good. Won eatlly: second and third driving. Winner. E. J. Arnold & Cns b. g.. . Imp.
St. Florian Serene. Peaceful wae well rated tehlnd the pare to the stretch entry, then came very
fast. Edgardo dosed with a rush after enduring hard racing lack. Alice Turner was off t-adly. ran
around the fleid and flnlhe.l with a great burst of speed. She Is very fcood tuft now. The weight
stopped Schwalbe. Helen Print is not up to a race. She will do prently. Lunar waa 1-adly rid
den Bard had a easy race. ....
Time :0S. :174. 24. :42. -SA. 1-07, 13J. 1-34, 1:42.1:18.
Fifth tace. purse COO, for 3-year-olds and upward, one mile and a sixteenth:
Unden Ella S
Burnett's Way (4)
Russian II) ..
ITammany Chief (), i(C
Wt.18. U 4 -a B. F.
"3o7 S Eh" 4'4 2h 24 'o
9 2 1 ! 1 1 3"
104 S 4 24 3 I
107 2 ' Sh C 4l 44
104 4 3h Sh f Eh
10O 1 2h 2 4no E h
1 1(C 7 7 7 T 7 7 f
Otis .1 3
T. Walsh ...I 10
Donlran ....l 5
J. Miller .... S
Sayera I 1
1 4-S 4-S
! 1 1-3
Start good. The hrst two were doing their best. Winner. C A. Johnson h. m.. C. Linden Ella
H. Ella war twice c-ul oC In tint half: came fast In the la-t sixteenth, and Otis, nculdlmc Houbre.
rot her up Just In time, aallnda wan weakly handled at all atages. Walkaway ran a good race,
""n'i-wL'-JSZ: -37U. aoL i-a-i. i:ic. itx. iscu. ivs. Jkh.
641 Sixth race, purse COO, for 3-year-olds and upward, eeven furlongs:
Ind. HORSES. Wt. S. H 4 S. F. Jockeys. Open Close PL
Ui Icicle (4) "ill C 2 V 1 1 Battlste -S 1 T5
OS OuMe Rock (7).:.. 107 7 7 O V V T. OBrien .. 10
631 Doe Skin (S) 2 4nk Sh 3 2no G Bcnner .. C 7 2
t Orris (S) 107 1 ink 2 a 44 T. Dean .... 7 W 3
CJ3 Tragedy IS) 102 11 10 Sh 4 f OtU 30 t
S.H dales (S) 104 3 3h 7i H C4 Payers J 1S 7-S
SIC Cotton TUnt (S)... 102 4 Sno 3 J 7 Dade. 15 SJ S
630 Van Hoorebeke (5) 1W 12 P ink J J. Miller .... J 10 4
63S Star Nell (41 17 10 II 11" II " Tooman SO 100 41
5s Pfeitcnlan (3) S S1 34 lo A. W. Book. K )
42 Curd Gtllo-k (4)... 87 S ! -J" ' Crab 50 100 40
K8 (Joe Vail (I) 101 12 13 12 13 Lotden 20 1(0 40
o..m Tt ..tt. ,mwm1 Mm, trier?. TL J. Arnold tc Co a ch. re 4. HacOTeT-TTaecm.
Icicle had the rpeed. and being unchallenged won as he pleas3. Guld Rock ran a very good race
and clored strongly. Doe rttn went to the mark under a good xtf. Orris tired In the run home.
Tragedy c'od with speed and determination, dales, weakly ridden, ran a dull raca. Van Hoore
Time :ISK. -JH. T. :H. li'X i-lS't l-3-
642 Seventh race, purse BOO. for 3-year-olas and upward, rtx furlongs:
Kiss Quick IS)
Ifluls Wagner (2).
The Eoer (4)
Sinn 14) I
Miss uae Day w
Tenny Bella (....
(T. Waloh .,
i' jltoubre ....
Bonner .. 3-1
London's b. m.. 8. Bobby
.,. -j rn& e wn v.e Hvint? to the limit. Winner.
. iri 1 - xrt.m rw.ii.1, hmb. hiiiic hut B3021 nn nast her horses and wore Warner down
to the stretch The Borr oK badly, cloud up fast. Sinn ran to the rrark. Mae Day Is acre and
.our r.d far from her form, but she ran a good race under a weak ride and dosed fast when her
EiS "oVdVrtJaSt wamedtrp. Elaltlc stopped. So did Weird acd Tenny Bella. Likeness ran a
nme--:lHi. MM. 3U. :, 1W. 1:"-
Ooody Two Shoes..
Sarah Maxim 103
O'er Land and Sea. ..ICO
Olen Rice 100
Teal Spots 100
Marr Glenn 100
Second race, alx rurkmgs:
Silver Flxz IOC
Atlyar .... ...... 112
Kinnu R.. ............ .103
Ben Mas iJ
Preetortus ............ 33
Fade Meny ... 33
Lady Idrla. ...... 37
Theory .... ........... 37
RfirMTrmlt ...... SS
..100 -Ben Mora s
Third race, one mile:
J. V. Klrby
Talpa ....... ......
Champagna ....... 37
Water Edge 37
Golden Glitter. 37
Fourth raoe. one mile sad one hundred yards:
Ttmlare 107 1 Ethel Wheat. lot
Rolling Boer..... lOSIJuse Holly... S3
CDrflgan ............ ..101 1 Maiuue .... S3
Meter Dixon .1021
mu race, z-year-oias. six itinocga:
Gold Ball... ...... ...
. TVpsoll ............
An Rarotr. .
Perldea ....... 3 A
Du .......... e
Belle Mahons. ........ a
sixth race, malfirn lockrys. one mlla and a six
Commodore Dewey., .lit King Barleycorn 10S
Chorus Boy 1I Cherries .ldt
Davis S. ...104 Leo NeweU............ 37
The Carton ...1(2 Tlama fc
Simoon ................11 loa c... ........ ...... ss.
Tartar ... . ...10S Ultrada ............... 91
Radiant Heat........ .108 All About..... to
Oolden Scepter....... .10f
:- REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
f: Qilcago. Sept. L Stlectistu:
First Race Musical Slipper, Elloam. Sarah
Second Race Theory. Sliver Flzx. Emma R.
Third Rare I. V. Klrby, Talpa, Ora-myKre.
Fourth Race Corrigan. Ethel Wheat, Rolling
Fifth Race Au Rerolr. Topsoll. Gold B1I.
Klath Race Chorus Boy. King Barleycorn. Tbo
GCXFIRE WOX IIASDICAP.
Thirty Thousand Persons Witnessed
Races at Sheepsbead Day.
New York. Sept. L Thirty thousand per
sons, the biggest crowd that ever visited the
Sheer-ahead Bay track on Labor Day. saw
W. C. Whitney's fleet filly Gunfire capture
Oie Twin City Handicap to-day. She was
15 to 1 In the betting and ran the mile and
a quarter in 2.-05 1-5, 1-6 of the track record.
Blues was favorite at 7 to 2. and be closed
with a terrific burst -of speed, but was
beaten out half a length for first money.
SHEEPSHEAD BAT SUMMARIES.
nrst race, full steeplechase course Eophone.
143 (Borry), 4 to L won; Inspector Stevens. US
(H!der). S to S, second; Judge Phlllpps. 143 (p.n
nelly). 100 to 1. third. Time. S:10. tallait. Sem
per Irs J. Furlough II. Jim Megibben, Cock Koo
in, Qypsle. Foolhardy and Terrible Terry alo
Second race, alx furlongs Alsono. 37 iCnch
ran). 6 to S. won; Unmatked, 117 (Burns), 12 to
U second: Clorita, 113 (Odom). 1 to 1. third. Time.
1:11. Ben Battle. Extinguisher. Sparklet, Har
row. De Reafike and Hanover Queen also rao.
Third race the autumn maiden, for S-rear-olCa.
last live furlongs of Futurity course Parlslenne,
112 (Wonderly), to 1. won: rTkilfuU. IS (Uuins).
11 to S. second: Incubator. 11 S ILsndryl, 20 to 1.
third. Time. -S3 3-S. Eallmaker Athlana. Show
man. Faulconbrldre. Merry England, Sdoto. Hy
mettus. Queen Elizabeth. Bcuntlng Beauty.
Clarion. Polonlua. Counterpoise, William Haie
and Governor also ran.
Fourth race, the Twin City Handicap, for 3-year-olda
and up. one mile and a quarter Gun.
fire. 104 (1L Cochran)). IS to 1. wen; Blue. US
(J. Slartln). 7 to 2. second: Hyphen, lit (Odomi.
5 to 1. third. Time, 2-OS 1-5. Whisky Klna IBs
Eminence. Advance Uuatd. Herbert. Franceeco.
Baron Pepper, The Rival. Tom Kenny, Daly and
Articulate also ran.
Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs Glnrlosa.
1W (U Smith). 4 to U won; Orlctt. 13 (Redfern),
11 to 6. second; Maker Owyer. li (Uums)i. 7 u
2. third. Time. 1:07 3-5. Arcade. Amorous. Wlt
fulL l'etlt Blue. Princess Tulane. clnquevallt.
Right anj True. Pageant, CapUvator and Bb
blnet also ran.
Sixth race, mile and a alxteenth The Rival
MO (H. Michaels). 20 to 1. won: Max Mlc. 10)
(Ransch), 6 to S. second: Carbuncle. 119 (Burns),
6 to L third. Time; 1:47. FU Finnan. Potrnie,
Swamplanda and Operatcr also ran.
Inrth race, six furlongs:
Paul Crryton If Canllle 101
IBlserta 101 Knight of Snowdon..lOl
Griffith 104 Optional 91
Ibold ....... ,.104 Atheola .. S3
1 Gibson IJgbt 104 Isnce 91
IFllrUnstr 104 May J 9i
Macana ........ ......104 Chiron St
Firing Virginia. Ut Stabel Winn 3t
Sixth race, one mile and a quarter:
Lady StsrIIng 37
Drutnmond ....... 34
I Know 31
Bessie McCarthy..... 33
Sheepahead Day Selections.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL. . . t'
New York. Sept. L Selections:
First Race Ipse Digit. Squid. Sontag.
Second Race Captain Arnold. Old Uctcfa. Him
self. Third Race Aeeful, Bensonhurst, Fire Eaters.
Fourth Race Lax Casta. Hataaoo. Hanover
Fifth Race Mab-! Winn, Essence. Chiron.
Sixth Race Wild Pirate. Past. Latson.
fiLEXWATER BACKED OFF BOARDS.
To-Day'a Sheepahead Bay Entries.
First race, five furlongs:
Ipsa Digit 107 Ithan 33
Dainty 10S Ballroom Belle
Racists ..1CJ Isle of Wight. 39
Wyeaeld 103 Healing Salve 33
Sweet Nell 101 Zadok 93
Squid .J Jnlla Arthur. S3
Sontag Dekaber S3
Harriet 8 99 Marloaetta 9
Fair Lass 93 Also eligible:
Antarctic 93 Wilful
Nellie N 93 Black. Diana 91
aalht Larstoa . 93
Second race, one mile:
Ol Hitch.. .,
Third race, alx furlcngs:
Bensonhurst 117 Roxboro HI
Blue Ribbon ....117 Fire Eater 107
Cinclnnatus 117 Merry Acrobat 1C7
Aeeful! 117 Irascible ...107
Kacker Dwyer.. 117 Fleetnr Venus 101
Wild Thyme... Ill J Lore Note.............lM
Bae Tint Jit
Fourth race. Flying Handicap, alx furlongs:
Hataaoo .129 'Hanover Queen.. .....107
Lax Carta... ....... ...1)3 IFemraeaole )0S
Gay Boy. .....Ill IJobn Barleycorn..... 97
Pr.r Exeenan.......;icrivernla 97
Caller IN I
Talent lias a Good Day at Kenllsrorth
Buffalo, N. Y.. Sept. L The second day's
racing at Kcnllwcrth Park was very satis
factory to the talent, but rather disastrous
to the books. In the third race the Cana
dian contingent was on hand to play
Gould. Harvest Moon refused the first
hurdle and Neponset fell over the last, giv
ing Gould practically a walk over for the
In the sixth Glenwater was backed until
the books refused to take any more money.
First race. Are and a calf furlongs St. Daniel.
US (Harden). 4 to 1. won; Kptdemlc 107 (O'Neill.
(fail, second: Maghont. 112 (McCain), I to U
third. Time. 1:13 2-S. Airtight. Baikal, Reserva
tion. Her Letter and Star of the Sea also ran.
becond race, one mile Sarc Tryoa. S3 (Dart).
1 to 1. won; DactyL 114 (Morris). ( to 1. second:
Colonel Anderron. (Walnwrlgbt). 3 to I. third.
Time. 1:44 2-3. Long more. Gold Ray, Lord Ster
ling and Will and O.lssa also ran.
third race, one and three-fourtha mile, hurdlea
Gould, 1SS (Hum). 7 to 10. won: Neponset, 133
(Carroll). S to 5, secoid; Harvest Mooa, 1S2 (J.
Tbcmas). IS to 1. third, lime, 33 1-6.
. . -.e tiwtN
leta. 110 (Alexander). E to 1. won; Maude Gonne.
110 (Mclnemey). IH to 1. eecond; Homestead. 104
(Minder), I to L third. Tune. 1-21 2-S. Foneda
and Aulea also ran.
Fifth race, mile and twenty yards Golden Cot
tage. 101 (J. Paly). ( lot, won; Bounteous, ICC
(Morris). 20 to L second: Loone. 109 (Minder). 24
to 1. third. Time. 1:111-1. Brlptt also ran. Banish
left at post.
Sixth race, six and one-half furlonra-Glenwa-ter.
lot (Mclnerny). 2 to I. won: Janice. 103
(Minder). 7 to 1, second: Daffadowndilly, 110
(Knight). 3 to J. third. Time. 1S3. Early Eve.
Khe.kl and Autumn Leaes also ran.
To-Day'a KcnIIrrortk Entries.
First race, five and a half furlongs:
Chamblee no Gillie 10S
Lampoon . 107 Mrs. Wlggs 1CS
Alice Csry ,707- Boottlech Blue 103
Special Tax- .107 Ed Lnyson 181
Onyx 107 Miss Glrln. 33
Magnonl . ............ .107 Avignon ...... ..... 37
Kluanrla IOC Peklra S3
Becond race, nve and a half furlongs:
Travers ... ios wacnlta 99
Re'.na de CUba....10l Pride of Surrey Jl
Dtlmarch IH Belle of Bobemla... 3
M. F. Tarpey 10ft Rubs 39
Third race, one mile and an eighth:
.13C lBrlef ..H.T21
.......111 Irmarrl ....120
123IJenla Jarboe 119
Footth race, aellln. one mile and seventy yards:
Wellesley 1)4 1 Roysterer .....M...J3S
5-,n.j'ri,5ir? ,n iTemtrrs. rH
Jack McQlan Ul I
BUth race, one mile:
Hop Scotch 107
.Blue Hldxe 1-e
Start good. Won cleverly: seconJ and third drl'irg. Winner. Walberg & Co.'s ch. f.. 3. Han
cter Mlsa Booker. Oaker waa nicely rated to th three-eighths, made a fast move, was subjected
to an early drlte. but was giving away at the end. lnrlctu. clo-el fast under a weak nde, and
showed much Improvement. tut hung at the end. Colnaie. high In Ceh ran to the mark. Ohor
was rore and rargr-J going to poet, but ran hi" rare urir a vigorous ride. West Baden atoppeX
Saragamp wants a soft track. Parole broke down.
Time :is. -it;. -3J'i, :S1U. l.tHU. 1:17. l3)-i.l:41U. l:SS. 2:.
Hufral.i. N Y Sept, 1 Selection":
First I lace- Lampoon. Slaghonl. EJ Ltyson.
J-cond luce Travere. Snark. annua.
Third Race Jee.le Jarboe. Janice. Clrcu.
lourth. JUce Tenegra. fcan Andres. Jack Mc
ulnn. Fifth Race Tanned. Artist. Chlckasha.
Sixth lUreic, Hiherman, Oiifey. Klng'a
GOSSIP OF THE QVARTEniTRETCll.
Good Sfartlnc at Delmar The Prep
aration of Varlona Trainers.
The "no recall" starting system may hf
the t-'at. and Messrs. Dwyer. Holtman.
Casluy nnd Bruen are no doubt better
starter than Mr. Dade, jet with seven
good starts In seven races, averaging ten
horses to the race, many bad actors and
bad Jockeys and delays at post averaging
three minutes, racegoen at Delmar were
not dlspovd to find fault with the starting
yesterdaj. or to discuss the merits of the
various starters and starting systems.
One gteat merit of the recall flag wns
shown In th third raco yesterday. Mr.
Dade j-elled. "Come on" to a seemingly per
fect start, and threw up the barrier. Everv
horse In the Held but Will KhIH- the hn'l
favorite, who won later, broke In perfect
style. Mr. Dade did not throw hit flag
when he saw Shelly prop. Of course, th
fitld broke and ran a short way, but hat!
the no recall system been In operation
biielly would hav- been left at the pot.
It li all very well to say that he should
be left and all that, but he plainly was
the best horse In the race, and backers of
Pourquol Pas. ho would have won had he
been left at the post had no complaint to
One Imnroi-ement mlrrht he made In this
regard. When a horse props and refuses to
break when the field goes to a good break
he should be compelled to break and run
a fair distance at good speed down the
track Just to teach him manners.
Sam W. Adler. manager of Delmar, re
turned from hl Eastern trip Monday. Mr.
Adler spent most of hlt time while away at
"The Saratoga meeting was easily the
most succeseful from every standpoint In
the history' of horse racing on the Metro
politan Circuit." declared Delmar's mana
ger. "The attendance was something Im
mense and the racing high rlasw from start
to finish. The Western contingent fared ex
ceedingly well. The big Drake stable wort
races with Runnels, High Chancellor anil
Wyeth. RunneN If a 3-year-old that Tom
Hayes sold to Drake last winter for Illtt)).
ayes developed Runnels at Delmar lat
year. Runnels signalized his debut at
a 3-year-old at Saratoga by running a mile
In 1-29 and a fraction.
"Eistern horsemen consider Runn' one
of the best colts of his nge shown In the
East this season. Huntressa also ran some
creditable races at Sartoga. Wadt Mc
Lemore developed thl filly at Delmar last
year. She was taken away from Mcl-emor.;
out of a st-lllng race at Brighton Beach.
Paul Miles, who raced at the Fair Grounds
last spring. Is winning rac In the Eiit
with Cogswell and Loone. Albert Franklin,
who alo racd with us last spring. Is get
ting his share of the purses In the East
with Olefiant and Christine A. The succes
or these owners In the East demonstrates
conclusively that horses good enough to
win at Delmar and the Fair Grounds have
class enough to win anywhere.
"The Saratoga meeting broke all records
tor auenunncn ana specuntlon." continue!
Mr. Adler. "The admI"slon feo for men
was S3 and ladles had to pay 1L On one
of the big days there were over 13.000 paid
admissions. Joe Ullmnn and Kid Weller
are booking for a syndicate of millionaire",
supposedly the Moore brothers of Rock Is
land, and Diamond match fame. Weller
Is making the book and Ullmnn takes the
money. They handle as high as SJ0,(S to
a single race. Aleck Ullman quit the Sara
toga meeting S43.00O to the gcod."
The Republic forewarned Its readers yes
terday that Llkenesu would probably run
a bad race, and previous to that told them
that Harry Robinson handed Mr. Gumberts
a gold brick when he let him have her out
of a wiling race. The mare had run six
furlongs In 1:14 at Klnloch. nnd the next
time out won a very good race In the mud.
Yet Sir. Robinson let her go at STOOi It
would seem that a young mare who can
run In 1:14 galloping Is worth more than
1700. Likeness has very bad tendons In
Besides she Is nn nnlm.il thnt does not
run to her best form on the usual prepara
tion 01 nay, oats, carrots, worsts, rubs. tc
Sho needs n vers special nnd careful prep
aration. The Republic doubted that Mr
Powers, who trains Mr. Gumbert's horses,
could give her as good a special prepara
tion as Arthur Worley. who trains for Mr.
Robinson, could. Mr. Powers could not
give Innovation and Clales a preparation
such aw they received before he got them.
This Is not entirely to Powers'a discredit,
though It makes him look like a trainer In
ferior to other people.
On the occasion of her first out at Kln
loch Likeness ran Just such a race as she
ran yesterday. Mr. Worley had not had
time to get her ready. Then the sharp
Delmar turns and hard track did not suit
her bad legs as well as the easy turns and
fclortous velvet surface of Klnloch. Fur
ther, conditions at Klnloch were more aus
picious for the careful preparation of such
animals as Likeness.
Bonner rode a bully race on Jane Oaker
yesterday and a better one on Doeskin.
By the wns. Alice Turner, who began bad
ly and was cut off at the first turn, ran a
fine race In the handicap. She Is In fluo
condition, high In flesh nnd strong and
sound. Ethylene Is bound to have Improved
with the rest of Mr. Start in' s horses. She
will be hard to beat to-day. Jim Martin has
.hanged his "hard. cast-Iron prep." has put
needed flesh on his horses, sweetened them
up, and done well by them. They are all
forty pounds better than they were two
months ago. Look out for Ethylene to-day.
These Martin & Patton horses were all
overtrained from April 15 on. They were
low In flesh, high In bone, short In wind
and easy to catch. They won't be so hence
forth. Mr. Martin, by the way. Is having trouble
with C. Bonner, his apprentice rider. Clif
ford Is a good boy at his weight, ninety
pounds. He gets nn apprentice allowance
of Ave pounds, which makes him a val
uable bos. He could not tide a bit Inst
spring and threw many a race away for
Mr. Martin, while learning to tide. Now
he can ride some and thinks that If he
could shake his contract with Branch Mar
tin he could get a good retainer, as well
as the usual riding fees. No doubt he
could. However, if he managed to free
himself of the contract he would not get
the benefit of his apprentice allowance.
That five pounds off gets him manr a
mount. Judge Brady Is quoted as saying
that the contract Is Ironclad and cannot
be broken, and good lawyers agree with
"I do not know what to think of Miss Mae
Day." said W. W. Elliott, when asked why
the good mare was running such poor races.
"I bourht Hllee simply to get Mae Day.
Mr. Schawacker, who ownd both, would
not sell separate. I wanted the mare. Hllee
I did not value. He has won me twelve
races, while the mare has won but two. and
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GAIL HAMILTON WINS
Six Heats Necessary to Decide tbe
?10,WH) Race for Three-Year-
aslr' L"oaW I ..sssajfloaaa
Carl Wilkes Takes First Honey iu
2:07 Tace, Taking Second and
Third HeatsAfter Finish
ing Seventh in First.
Hartford. Conn.. Sept. 1 The I10.W0 Fu
turity for 3-year-olds was the feature of the
Charter Oak Grand Circuit meet hero -today.
A field of eight starters In this race was
reduced to three In the final heat.
Gall Hamilton took first money. It was a
great race, heart-breaking finishes charac
terizing a majority of the heats. John Mc
was the favorite In the betting, selling with
Gall Hamilton at lyi: Wig Wag , and the
John Mc and Gall Hamilton fought It out
In a royal battle. It took six heats to set
tle the question of supremacy, the Penn
sylvania horse being beaten by a nose In
Red Robe, from Macon. Ga.. put up a
spirited race, taking third money. This
horse beat out John Mc In the fifth, under
the whip, making the sixth heat necessary.
In the 2-30 trot Wllque. after a stubborn
contest, took flrnt money, with Rhythmic
the blind stallion, second. Six heats were
also necessary in this race. In the first
heat the watches of the Judges went
astray, consequently no time was taken.
Zephyr was withdrawn after the fourth
In the 2:13 trot. The Roman won In
straight heats, having an easy time and
outclassing the field.
The best racing of the day was provided
In tho 27 pace. Carl Wilkes taking first
money, winning the two last heats In com
paratively easy style. The JLStw purse In
this race was divided, the three leading
hort-es In each heat dividing iUM.
About S.(V) persons were in attendance.
A light air from the south blew down the
home stretch. The weather was very
warm, excellent for fast time, and the
track was remarkably fast. Summaries:
Hartford Futurity, foals or im. purs JW.tejo:
Call Hamilton, blk. f.. by Oaklanj
Uarcn Jennie Hule- or Heron
Wilkee (Hudson) 1 4
John Mc. b. c. I Hilar.) 2 1
Red Robe. b. f. (Brady) C 7
Hell Moor. ch. f. (Oeen) 7 2
Direct View, b. c IA. MeDonaldi .1 C
Kentucky Vilk-s. Jr.. b. c. (Kyer-
on j mnn , a4 3
Wigwag. iTbomas) S S
Sister .ollette. b. m. (Cahtil) dls
Tlme-2:US. 2:17'. 2:v. 2:17".. 2:3',,
2-1) trot, purse S3.0v. three In nve:
Wllque. b. g . by Queechy, by
likes SDlrlt- Jr.. (A. I .
Rythmic, br. s. illujsuni
Darwin, g. g. (Eck-rt)
ptyr. b. m. (OMrs)
Horace Wilson, ch. s. (Hhank)
Aiirea iar. br. a. icanni) ,
The Quaker, br. r (Clark)
Time No time ?-1t- ?r3i. "!!.. -r-it ".hi;
2:19 trot, purse. SJ.. three In Ile:
The Roman, b. g.. by McKlnney Wanda.
by Eros (Benson) I 1 '
Mlte-tO. hlx. g. (tllmey) J ; .
I'atchen Staid, b'k. m. iShank) 1 5 :
Austin boy. b. g. (Lewlt) 2 4 :
Baron Bell. b. a. (Hudson) s 1 ;
Authoress, blk. m. (Stridor) d a
M. M. D.. h. m. (M?Klnney) ills
Tlme2:12i,. 2:12'.. 2-10V.
2-47 pace, purse. SLSv: three heats, mile each:
-wan itiixes. en. g.. oy iiaes nutwood
(A. McDonadldi '
Dumont W.. b. g. (Ernest)
Riley B.. blk. a. (Ervln)
You Bet, b. g. (Walker)
Nathan Sttaurs. b. g. (Curry) ...
The Ill-hop. b. r. (Wilson) ........
Sphynx 8.. b. g. (Spear)
Annlsdrnss. ch. g. iKent) ..
I-nttle Smart, eh. m. (Lromls)...,
Martha Marshall, b. m. (Noble) ..
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GOOD PISTOL SCORE
Totaled 9.1 Out of Possible 100 in
Competition for National
Hararaa Races at St. Panl.
. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 1. The races at the
State Fair to-day were fairly well contested,
the 2-9 pare being the feature. This was taken
In good styla by Brown Ham In straight heats.
Four heats were necessary to decide the 2:15
Cass, trotting, which waa wen by Gentle Lady.
239) nace. nurse 31.000.
Brown Sam. b. r. (Fenton) J l i
Minnehaha, b. m. (Drvery) 1 2 2
jjiooece. D. m. luatstu)
rharies Dewey, eh. g. (Collins)
Fred the Kid. b. a. lAmes) ....
Pathmont. b. s. (Cirndthon)
..... 7 7
..... 9 dls
Grshen Jim. b. r. istattlxwr) ....
Roy Day. b. a luidwlg)
Tags, b. m. (Collins)
Dick Turpln. br. g
C. F. W.. blk. b. (Flik)
Time 2:12V. 2:im. 2:irt.
2:4S class, trotting, purs 11.00):
Gentle Lady 114!
Black Lady 2 2 3 2
Bird I. 3 2 13
StephrnL, 4 4 2 4
CaC .. 4P W
tO nmmiimiimtmmmmtnM S XlF
Ioctor ClTmy Sdli
Ioctor Hnn!s t dls
JlATul'w ..... 9 Ulal
Gsrnet Irlnce 14 dls
Tlme-2J). 2:1C';. 2-20U. 2:lT-4.
Races at febraaka State Fair.
Lincoln. Neb.. Sept. J. A fast track for a halt
mile course, good weather and a large attendance
marked the opening of the Nehraaka State Fair
races. The races continue for live 3av and :ne
entries for all events are Large. Result::
Hp-ctal Lincoln Roadster Club trot, purse S400
Bllotte won In three straight heats: Nellie Ash.
second: Anna Will, third. Rest time. 2:13!.
2:4) trot, purse S3J0 Mark Hanna wen la three
straight heats; Anuria, second; Queen Tolus,
third. Best time. 2-24S.
Hlf-rr.ll running Druggist won: Over Again,
second: Billy Van. third, llest time. -SL
WESTER!f JOCKEY CLLn 3IEETIXQ.
Rnllnara Affect I ne Owners, Trainers,
Jockeys and Ilorar.
Chicago. Sept. 1 At a meeting of the
Western Jockey Club to-day disqualifica
tions were removed as follows: S. C Cot
trell. owner, the horses Leetka. Lady In
Blaojc: S. E. Flnles. owner, the horse Two
Annies. Toad Ralney: M. C. Kelley. owner,
the horse Candling. Horses Croesus, prop
erty of W. Courtney &. Co.; Ice, property
of G. Mansfield: Brother Fred, property cf
E K- Martin; Bourbon King, property of
W. F. McKlney: Zenald. property of GUI
Summers: Colonel Cassldy. property of Q.
T. Vltotoe. Owners and trainers: H. L.
Johnson. T. I'arcell W. P. Reed. Jockeys:
T. Collins and A. Wheeler.
The following trainers and Jockeys wera
reinstated: William Hurley. Thomas Mc
Klnney and Paul Warren. J. J. Troxlor
was reinstated conditionally.
Acting on tne recommendation of the ot-
Ona of the features of the revolver and
pistol shoot at Bobrlngvllle last Sunday was
the remarkable score made by Doctor E. H.
Kessler. which hau been forwarded to the
Lnlted States Revolver Association for com
petition in the national championship. The
doctor scored 33 out of a DosslLta IM at flftv
yards on an S-lnch buU's-eye. his four other
scores bringing his total to 433 In fifty shots.
All his scores were made at the SO-yard
range with a 22-callber target pistol, using
rdlnary factory ammunition. Firing ten
shots to each target, he made a, steady rec
ord of good scores, railing down on his sec
ond string, however, and totaling but TS.
His five scores In detail were 84, 78. 9, S3, JO
The target was Indorsed by the local rep
resentatives of tho United States Revolver
Association, and was forwarded for com
petition In the national match new In prog
ress at Sea Girt. The score was tho only
attempt made by local marksmen In the na
tional pistol championship.
Captain Creecy of the Police Department,
Alfred Greller. the nttnraev .! tv..k
Fromm entered the national revolver con
test at fifty yards. All made good totals,
trornrn leading with 41S. Gfeller being sec
ond with 4CS and Captain Creecy scoring 335.
All scores were made In fifty shot out of
a possible 500.
Alt three contestants used 44-caIlber tar
get revolvers and plain open sights, tho
limitations placed on the weapons requir
ing their weight to be less than two and
three-quarters pounds and their trigger pull
to be two and one-half pounds or more.
In the special match for members of the
Unlcum Revolver Club actual scores were
made as follow-;: Dorman. 170 out of 200:
Frank Fromm. 169: Gfeller. 167; Todd. 13:
Captain Creecy. IS); Sommerfleld, 153; W.
P. Byrnes, 121: Staley, 12A: Gibbons," 126;
King 110. Handicaps on a percentage basis
were awarded several members, making
their scores as follows: Todd. 5 per cent ex
tra, total 161: Creecy. S per cent extra, US:
Byrnes. 23 per cent. 149: Staley, 5 per cent,
143: King. 10 per cent. 121.
William Bauer. SampDorman and Robert
Staley served as offlclal referees. The occa
sion was the first fifty-yard match with re
volvers and pistols ever held In this city.
JOHNNIE CORBETT AND
NEWHOUSE REACH CITY
Champion's Former Manager and
Trainer Arrive nnd Pick Mc-
Govern to Win.
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lorm. Hne sulks, acts bauiy. nas Keen
febrile all season nnd will tx a dead loss to
me unlets, she picks ut In her form. That
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bought her she had been tunning Maude
Gonne and Sharp Bird great races.
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Louis. Hllee Is not good as he was. but
he can win somewhere, and he has done
well by me. I have won him out In purses,
while Mae Day owes me a lot yet."
J. Miller gave Lamar a wonderfully bad
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Helen Print Is getting good. This filly has
onlv run her ni-A on one occasion this vear.
the day she beat Terra Flrma and Dewey In.
a gallop. She was stalling then, though
she had only run a race or two. She was
hammered to death and went stale early.
Ed Stnbbs. a clever hurdler. Is bringing her
She ran a grand race yesterday, but was
a bit short and stopped. She put Schwalbe
away at that. This filly la big as e. stallion,
strong, fast and game as they make them.
She Is crobahlv the best 3-year-old flllr In
the West when at her form. She will b
worth a Im , .ivt race. '
Battlste was over-anxious with Louis
Wagner yesterday. He got him oft well
and rushed him. as all negroes do. Wag
ner's best races were run when he came
from behind. Kiss QuICeC. well ridden by
Sayers. came along and wore him down at
license of Jockey J. Dupee was revoked.
It was ordered that W. S. Trevey be
notified to return to the lllgband Park
Club not later than September 15. The
first money In the purse won by Terry
Ranger, on August 18. In default of which
both he and the horse stand ruled off,
JOIIX A. DRAKE ISSLES CHALLENGE.
Offer, to Match Snvolile A-galnat Any
Horse In Fnturlty.
New York, Sept, L As the result of a con
troversy among several well-known turf
men gathered at the Holland House last
evening, regarding the merits of the Fu-
turlty winner, savaoies owner announced
his willingness to engage In a special match
race with any individual member of the
Keene entry or any other or the starters.
Any owner of a defeated horsn In the big
race who feels that it was not truly ran,
may now -ecure a tecond and decisive en
gagement with the winner very readily.
Captain Sam Brown, the Pittsburg oil man
and owner of Blue Ribbon, ventured the
opinion that Irish lad was the best In the
Futurity field at the weights. Charley
Johnny Corbett and Frank Newhouse.
former manager and trainer of Young Cor
bett, the featherweight cb.impa.loo. passed
through the city yesterday on their way
from Cincinnati to Denver. According to
Frank Newhouse. tho champion will be de
feated by McGovern In the coming con
test unless Young Corbett changes some of
his routine at present, which Newhouse
claims includes infractions of training
The men passed the day In the city and
attended the ball game In the afternoon.
On the way downtown they stopped at the
west End Club and her- Newhouse talked
of the champion and his chances.
ennouse Claims that Yotlnir rrnrhete (
not following a strict enough training
regime to do himself Justice In the coming
battle and predicts that McGovern will wm
According to Newhouse. Young Corbett
has departed in various ways from strict
training and has Indulged In relaxations of
lat- which cannot help, but be hurtful to his
chances. Newhouse went Into detail on the
matter and si-oke at length of the cham
pion's habits. He stated that failure on Cor
bett s part to adhere to the regime pro
scribed for him was one of the reasons that
he (Newhouse) bad separated from tho
Johnny Corbett did not have much to say
upon the subject, but merely said that he
had no hard feelings towards the cham
pion. From one or two remarks he let
drop, however. It seemed that he also fa
vored McGovern's chances in the pending
Charles Haughton of the West End Club
returned from Chicago Saturday and has
arranged with Abel and Attell to start for
this city at short notice. Attell has been
experiencing a plethora of managers of late
and he and Abel have furnished Quite a
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tangled little situation by their recent
It will be remembered that Attell ran
away from Jack McKenna several weeks
ago and Placed himself nnrter the imiianr.
1 jh'P of a man named Levy In Chicago.
nen nis Dout was arranged with Abel, the
latter was under the management of Sara
Wolfson. Abel and Attell seemed to have
had simultaneous disagreements with the
managers, however, as Atten switched ta
Wolfson s care Immediately after the fight,
while Abel left Sam's camp and to under
the charge of William Pascoe.
Pascoe handles Morris Rauch and one or
Iw. 5?r Jshters and brought Rauch to
this city when he fought here last winter.
Charles Haughton announces that he will
15 "-T,.1- 7en ,n a da- or two. and that
both will be In this city by the end of the
week. A a preliminary to the bout of Sep
tember 11 he has matched Kid Farmer, a
Chicago boxer of considerable ability, with
St. Louis Tommy Sullivan. Haughton law
Farmer knock out an opponent In Chicago)
and was pleased with his style of boxing.
Haughton also received a letter yesterday
from the directors of a fair at that titr.
asking that he send them a good fight
.e!.Bht! raeet KVnf: oca, celebrity. hlca
Klrksvllle Is vastly proud of. Haughton will
turn the letter over to Jack Keefe of (East
f-eUm,s- "i? Dure of CM Is offered.
Keefo may decide to take a run up there.
MORRIS BROS. QL'IT THE TCRF.
Owners of Morris Park Have An
New York. 8ept. L The long-contemplated
Tetlrement from the turf of A. H. and D.
H. Morris has been definitely announced.
W. K. VanderrSHt's Horse Won. j
Parte. Sept. L At the ft. Cloud race, to-day
W K. Vanderbilfs Quo. Ego. ridden by Tho.ni
sen. won the Prtx Pomoeraye, and bla Baltlmir. I
was third ta the race for toa Prtx ilea AUrve.
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I wUl rcmoTs the evil f-
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